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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r UCUI o 1Tff2ICflMOND CLIMAX 7tt IIVOLUM 25 T RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 22 1899 NUMBER 38II1i J I r p 6RlfiSBYf MUNCEY General Agente Eastern Kentu- ckyEquitable Life NEW YORK ttt AGENTS WANTED IN UNOCCUPIED TERRITORY OFFICEMain Street Richmond Ky TIVF SOLICITORS WANTED EVERY Cubyernmentas Official Historian to the War De dacampsticneral in Hong Kong in the American trenches at Manila in the camps with Agulwejaido on the deck of the Olympia with and in the roar of battle at the fall of Manila Bonanza for agents Brimful of original pictures taken by eovcrment photographers on beFreight haIChicagO oct284m PROFESSIONAL OARDS ATrORNEYS RW MILLER grATrORNETATtLW RIcUMOND KENTUCKY Office in the Bnrnam Building next door to armers National flank feb3ly poI14 ATTORNEY ATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office over Taylors Hardware store opposite Court House on Main Street II B HOGG ATTORNEY AT LAW- RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office No 13 First St rip stairs 3130 J 0 S DlL CHENATJiT ATTORNEYS AT LAW evRIcInoDOffice on Second street over Chen aults grocery PHYSICIANS DR H R GIBSONLPHYSICIAN AND SURGEON RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office in the Joe Ccilint building iS and ao Second Street over Wnue e old drueitore 7 CHAS HOOKEBSCVETERINARY SURGEON Graduate Ontario Veterinary College Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty agOSlce up stairs over store recently accn pied by Richmond Harness Co East St llicbmond Ky apr7ly H C JASPER M VeMedicine and Surgery Ofhce Collins BuildiniMauStreety Telephone lllOd way RICHMOND KENTUCKY EVANS M D Gw f PlITBIOIAN AND SURGEON RICHMOND KENTUCKY DR T T TAYLOR Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery RICHMOND KENTUCKY EfOfftce aad residence on Second Street DENTAL StmOEHT DT 1ett tOnSOt DENTIST or LOUISTILUI nOOSce next door to Government Building RichmSnd Ky Office hours 9 to 121 to 4 noTl7ly Four nica rooms for rent Call at Dental Office of Dr Hob- son next door to postoffice DFRED SMITH DENTIST taQfce over Collins Grocery same office lately occupied by DrW W Jiurgln anI2ly Dr Louis II landman No503 West Ninth Street Cincinnati Ohion wiU be at the Hotel Zlmmer HIchmond Wednesday March 8 1899 returning erery second Wednesday o each month Reference every physician of Rich mond Ky feblSiy KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY It III CITE fraifcit Uivgtea fy- EIUKY BIBLE MEDICAL AND cOM- MERCIAL COLLEGES Tuition for Literary and Bible Course E year More than twenty teachers 10 gymnasium Thousands of successful ahm Hocial and moral welfare of students ece vepeclal attention to both sexes catalogues address the President jIy- 7iILLIIIDENTAL SIXOIITL- INETOPlewOrleans a BestLineto- ARKANAS TEXAS MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA Louil11eto San Francisco Ix to ocFreeH j MempklsaadNewOrlwAA i XaUOfW uP J Le J w A LOVE SOiyiG f DEDICATED TO rA sTJ If we have met dear heart before yoreIfwehadbelngbackaznong walonhig4Inwbateoeyerformwed I love thee then as I do now t If we should live in after time When earth is nearer to her prime yawcetInThy sonhsomebowPdknowagujndo As I If In some land from this afar Within some other fairer star If in tim realms beyond the sties The visioned walks of paradise shoreIdThe Minstrel Stock and Farm It is estimated by tjie offlcialsof the Departmentof Agriculture that tho baylocrop of the United States 1S98 reacLid a value o nbont 400000 000 The first stock dealer from Centra HavanaCuba MondflyThe heavysnow during the past two to Cthealmostbeen stvepTheon the farm where they are to be fed for shipment is in keeping with the crop rotation system which must be adopted or the productiveness of the farm will be diminished year by year The rotation should bo in grains and asses or such forage as cow peas or so of that class much of which can be returned to the land J M Owen and John DfRecs have engaged 2000 lambs at 5 cents per und Tugglo Sharp sold to J W tes sixtysix feeders weight 1100 lbs at 4 cents W II Itobb bought of R H Ware twentyeight good IeedesOiweight 1150 Ibs at 140 Drown received 2extrafeeders which he bought of Simon Weil at 4 cents Weight 1160Viucbes- rte SunMripe beef cattle are reported scarce in every market while there is a surplus ofthe halffat kind Cattle ripe for the butcher commands the highest price of the season while the tendency is downward for the halfripe sort Tho moral in this is evident to ery man who studies the wants of e market Send your product whether fruit grain or live stockto inaiket when it is in tbecondition that the trade demands Halfripe fruit sells for little more than the halfrot tenShelby Sentinel HarryLazerousweek 1100 head of cattle to Baltimore He sold them to Lehman Bros of that city at 165 They averaged about 1250 Bland Highbaugh Summers within the last three weeks shipped enty car loads of fine cattle to Jer Y City rittsburg Indianapolis and Louisville Thoy paid 4 nod 1M cents for stockers and 4Ji for export cattle These cattle were bought principally in Tennessee The same stockmen are busily engaged in planning and ar ranging to have another stock sale at Sonora in JIarch on a larger scale than ver attempted before During the summer months of each ear the Tobacco Trust sends out a number of men to canvass the entire tobacco district to ascertain the acre age of tobacco each farmer has as well ropWhenC popounds of how much tobacco veach county lap and supplied with this knowledge is enabled to dictate prices to the grower When the Tobacco Trust sends its paid agents out to as certain tbiTacreage and condition of the crop about the best remedy we can suggest is to kick the agent off the premises and flatly refuse to furnish Information to any oneEx Hicks prediction of a wintry Feb ruary Is being frigidly verified I IS YOUR 1hAiTURNNGGRAY 1 What does your Ilirrors y Does it tell you some little streaks of gray Are you pleased friends of the same age show this loss of power also grayhairwithout help while dark hair rapidly becomes gray when once the change begins uersDillr Vigor will bring back to your akSthe color of youth never falls Jt is ust as sure as that heat melts snow or that water quenches fire- cleanses the scalp also and prevents the formation of dandruff It feeds and nour ishes the bulbs of the hair making them produce a luxu growth stops the hair from falling out ana gives a fine sift finish to the hair wellWe a book on the flair aaI Scalp which you JU1 obula frH JOo r et If u ltol1taiJ111I beael4- from Ia THI rltenel1lldDraltOow Dtt IC41 1T JvwT- L t r p QO1AL2SQLUThLY PIJE II Makes the food more deliCious and wholesome I SE Extraorflary Clubbing Offer The Richmond Climax And The Ohio Farmer Both one Year For Only 5150R Never beforeihas there been offered so much value Jlj KipVl reading also Iowa pit e Every Oife knows whey THE CUJTACC is T6tlise not familiar with The Ohio Farm we will say thai quality andqnantify it is clearly the ader of tho agricultural press of America Its editors and writers are all practical farmers who own and rut their farms Its market reports are carefully corn ot pi liherreaders with as satisfactory reports from as many market centers It is all times liberally illustrated temeers use are freely given careful and udious attentionllsgiven to each lie tartmentarepermittedInNo snide or lake advertisements are allowed in its columns at any price For enterprise in obtaining ouy- thing of value for its readers and for liberal expenditure of money to secure tl aiecultural paper equals It A strong feature is made by the pub Usher of the Farmer to furnish its readers with practical articles at whole sale prices hij wllrsend to each ne wsubacriberanel with each sample copy their premium list For free samplQf copy address The iitJ Farmer ClovolandfOhio But send alt orders 16 rrIEJ RfoitioNDy CLIMAX Mr S A Fackler Editor of tho icanopy Fla Hustler with his wife and children suffered terribly from LaGrippe One Minute Gough Cure was the only reuiedy lhat help them It acted quickly Tbpusandof others usnthb remedy asa Bpecific for La Grippe and its exhausting after effects Douglas WellsbApropos of the actionof theCqunty Board of Equalization fellow who was raised so to speak sends in the following bit of humor says thoFal m liouthHis boss went dead an his mule went lame lie lost six cows in a poker game A hurricane came on a summers day And carried the house whar he lived away Then an earthquake came when that was gone An swallowed the land the house stood on An the tax collector he come rounSAn charged him np with the groan horrible agony is taused by Piles Burns and Skin Diseases These are immediately relieved and quickly cured by DC Witts Witch Hazel Salve Be w parelas Wells rIOT SO VERY FAT The other day farmerentered a liv ery and sale stable says the Sandy Herald and said he wanted to sell a cow alilie was iu hard luck p He wanted to sell bad What condition is the cowih 1was tho natural inquiry of the proprietor of the stable Finest If ever sawtho farmerref hiOdSh8 ltdtlo L foodknd is as fat as buUer tSuestbiB h fiealthiestBut interrupted the liyerymrn VI dont like cows that aretoo fat Oh well replied the fanner anx- Ious to make the sale at all hazzards ibo aint so damned fat The smallest things may oxert the jreatest influence Do Witts Littlo Early Risers are unequalled for over owing constipation andlivec troubles Small pill best pill safe pill Doug las Wells A TRUE 7 RAT STORY Mr A B Ely a carriage maker of Paint Lick who never was known to stretch the blanket ot veracity says hat one of his horses appeared to be greatly annoyed at times lately contin stamping and string about n its stall and observing large sores on thetmiinals logs he decided thai it bad the scratches Upon gping down to the stable a few mornings ago rather quietly Mr Ely says that he was greatly alarmed to find not less than fifty big rats gnawing on the borsesjejjs ana hoofs What Shall we do- aA serious and dangerous Iieaaopr vails in tills ountry dautrbusb e caUse so deceptive It comes oAso slowly yet surely that it is often firmly seated before we are aware of it The name of this disease which may jo divided into three distinct stages is First Kidney trouble indrcated by pain in the backrheiimrUisminmbago frequent desire to urinate often with a durning lenstr thbflow ofilrihe be ing copious or scant with strong odor Hallowed to advaice this reachoH the Second stags or Bladder trouble with heavy pain in the abdomen lowdown between the navel and the water passage increasing desjre to urinate Pll8ingsJultY1 tJj ncelsnr to draw it with itruaihtsIfuricaddorgai- if l bas formed it wlll prbvo da erens neglected J The Third stage is Brights Disease There is comfort in knowingthat Dr Kilmer tho great kidney and bladder specialist has discovered a Remedy famous for its marvelous cures of the most distressing cas isand known as Dr KilmeraSwaDipKoou Itis flold by all drnggists Asa proof of thq wpnderful virtues of this great discovery SwampRoot a bottle and book of valuable irijfpnpiitlpa vll be sent ablut free by mail Oft apjiiicfion lo Dr wsFCJic hasnon Wi men 4i iblLsiiiI- raI4 Cijt f 7 n B4KINO PoWDER BREVITIES OF FUN rWeary WillioSay Dusty did yer DustyRhoadsuNo barlColorado Springs Gazette Armstrong Shortson claims to be a s lookskJJeDTown Topics musieVOlil like1tThis new play Cyrano do Bet productionnasePhiladelphIa North American mealIsipgitataken a position much in advance of th al atLBoatonThe man that I marry she saidlfl beforehogentleman at whom the shaft had been youCleveland mypupilso o aftbem m grember sVYou talk about politics said s1periorsmiletile single tax idea Ise1 know 1IiEsQuickstepbody but single men should be taxed Chicago Tribune FOR LA GRIPPEm WnbashavChicagos oldest and most prominent d C jCough BliefniaForTHE PLATFORM WOMAN he Has Ever Been a Blat Upon American Womanhood The platform woman ever has been Americanpersonalklowled women leave behind when they go to their meetings writes Edward Bok i n the January Ladies Homo Journal homesleftsservant sitting in idleness with work on Keverpr J and to do I have seen their theirowndevicesin derision of tho motives of their wives No woman in a happy Ameri tQlistenFortunately the platform womans in uithice is steadily on the wane She was never a power She was never eyen picturesque Her worst injury was wrought upon certain weak women who for the time she deluded lint oven with them she was soon regarded with wonder rather than with interest with suspicion rather than with confij donce Less and less lias she able to get listeners and it is significant spokenduringbeen seen again The disappearance ablotbeingSURE CURE FOR FROST BITE Mr J N Hazelden writes to the followingHere 0 cure for frost bite It was given to me by an old tramp sears ago when I was Buffering from this disease and Ihave since used itjiiiccessfnlly many times KEDYIFor achiIdtakpathirnblo full of gun powder place it in a pan and flash it under the foot affected holding tlio thppowdergrowiHpjBrson If thofirstflaslz doesnjjt leavingthewill bo a slight aching sensation torn few minutes and then the cure will be perfect In Lancaster somo years ago W 0 Rjgney came down street early one GrayThoj pain rom frosted feet I told him of my remedy but found his feet so dreadfully swollen and inflamed WM afraid to use it and told him BO Uncle BII IIrffry it ray son try it It is death tiywayV tahiefcured the iaost graEefur person I ever sarIIN WASHINGTON Why those men are fighting I jpb dont mind them I But one of them has the other by the lUl r I lhMsn tli 5AidtUo otherlianin opponents ear betweeuIds teeth l Qh come along Bnt wait It may boa murder Wilt you come along fIIj hey5aoLdghth ea c WINit ap do t tIIi v r bat il o 1 It S9HC Aim iKentuelcy Stock Farm A company is being organized in Paris Ky for the purpose of buying the old Bourbon Fair Grounds and uckiFairis said to be at the head of the movement and has circulated a subscription paper that has received large Gum ber of signers It has been decided by tho owners of the historic old grounds either to cut the place up into bnildlng lots or sell it as a whole for agrlcult ural purposes An oldfashioned Kentucky Fair means that their will be no xceptthoseour country agricultural society but we trust that such will not be the cast with our Bourbon friends and that they will try to utilize the good half mile track they Already have without hOlebrecthe breeders should take an interest in the new association and do all ia their power not only to assist in the promotion of the contemplated fair but also to revive the oldtime interest of the Bourbon county people iu contest of speed by light harness horses The Stock Farm wishes the new association great success and believes that revival of trotting racing properly managed will go a long ways to wards securing it STRENGTH OF GRIZZLY BEARS IPnblle Opinion The strength of grizzly bears is al O8t beyond belief says a hunter I have read about the powerful muscles in the arms of African gorillas but none compared with those in the arms and shoulders of big grizzly bears I have seen a grizzly bear with one paw shot into uselessness pull its own 1100 pounds of meat and bones up precipices nd perform feats of muscle that trained illetes could not do I have seen izzly bears carrying the carcasses of gs that must have weighed 70 pounds veral miles across a mountain side to their lairs and I have heard hunters tell of having seen cows knocked down as if by a thunderbolt with one blow from the forepaw of a bear Three summers agq I spent the season in the mountains near Hudsons bay and one moonlight night I saw a big grizzly in the act of carrying a dead cow home to her cub I hada position on the ountain side where I could see every movement of the bear in the sparsely timbered valley below me The creature carried the dead cow in her forepaws for at least three miles across gged chap rocks 10 feet high over llen logs around the rocky mountain des where even a jackass could not ot a foot hold to a narrow trail up the steep mountain She never stopped to rest a moment but went right along- foliowcdandI just about half a mile from the beasts lair I laid her low The heifer weighed at least 200 ponnds and the bear about 450 DANGER IN CALCIUM CARBIDE Rules Governing Its Sale In New York Liquefied Acetylene Gas Prohibited Superintendent Murray of the Bureau of Combustibles has made regulations governing the transportation storage and sale of calcium carbide which the firemen declare to be a source of danger in a burning building because when water reaches it acetylene gas is given oil A number of stores keep it for use in bicycle lamps Hereafter in transit or on storage it must be inclosed in hermetically sealed i IIronif not kept No package may contain more than 100 pounds It must bo s ored in isolated buildings that are fireproof j and waterproof No artificial light or heat will be permitted in the building where it is stored Not more than twenty pounds in bulk or in cartridges may be kept in any store or j factory and this must be in a fireproof safe or vault above the street grade and it must he kept six inches above the floor The manufacture transportation storage sale or use of liquefied acety lene is absolutely probibted within the limits of this city New York Sun LAST ROASTING PLACE A local paper published a long obituary of a man who had died in the community closing with the statement that a long procession of people followed the remains to their last roasting 4iplaceand discovered the supposed error and asked the editorto make a correction in the word roasting but be said ho could not do it until the seven years back suhscription that the deceased owed had been paid Public Statement From A Public Man lIonW H Ohloy ExSecretary of State of West Virginia writes an open letter C0ATJJSTOJr W Ya Mar 9 1808 To whom it ma concern II Imost heartily recommend Pernnas of great benefit in cases ofcatarrh It is especially beneficial wherever the raacoua membranes are affected Ass toata it certainly has no superior WHOHtETExSccwUryol State YS Hon W II OMUBT hrunahas cured thousands Olob utiEite eases of catarrh aadis perhaps the oaly efficient remedy mexUieee lor eat rrhal diseases but there ar ovutlea mtiltitndca of popl who rw jtUl t IRla with catarrh M jMMil 11 e the- oi 1 D4 rr Mn 35aw dhM4M 1- 1ss1u it II KK KK K D KKD- e 12U250000 CURED WECURE EMISSIONS Nothing can bo demoralizing toyoung or middloagcd tutu than tho pmr Iherproducos7mptomJThey ciwhetherourliewJlethodcure you NO CURE NO PAY shorelater Youaotrill euro you Yoa run no risk CUREDTounff nod haggard nervoa Irritable and cx moroseinod ffitankea eyes wrinkled face stooping Lv tonaltheWE CURE ARiCOCELE ISI inyb1willcurtM tbltfuualJjj altunnaturalmanly Owen return No tempOrar but II permanent curS IUlUred lTICSCURES GUARANTEED SYPhILISILItETr VA1UCOCELE SEMINATJ LOSdES IlIAPDRIt AND KIDNHY ditePe1I CONSULTATION btrTREATMENTg KENNEDYTKERGAN 122 W FOURTH STsCINCINNATI O s K K Paint For J t 4 Sale We have an un limited quantity of black paint suitable for barns Iron- Fences Gutters c quantityat For particulars call on or address 111V1ter LiEt D jan- 2s3nDrugs we do not handle because we know nothing adput the drug business but Pal Il111fs We make sell and apply After more than 30 yeara actual practical experience in tbe making c and on of paint we feel some what justified in claiming that we know some- thIng more about tbe busmen than three who baTe for a short time as clerks and dealers been selling over the counter paints canned and keged of which they were unacquainted with the quality of contents We guarantee to give to the people of this and adjoining conn ties better paints that will produce better re suits for teal money than any concern this aide of the larger Now make a list of paints wanted from White Lead on get figures from all then get our figures and if we arc not lower and give you better goods than say one else we promise yon that wo wont ask you to buy Remember we submit samples for your Inspec tion IDWWiiMDIl 209 I1IS BUEL- TRIOHMQNDXY 3The largest and only exclnsiro wholesale and retail in Paints Wall Paper Win dow Shades Window Glass Oils Varnishes generanrstock I GO TO T- HEEnglish Kitchen U W Short St IAnBgtoa Sijy J V HAiffMlS Eropriciwr meals 9S cents Lodgteg 5 otnU IHIteItho fat 6O YEARS EXPERIENCE II TRADE HrlAiw Dasitios- CcmmowIS Ac S ak flh and dISIJIa nwy ETentlon IIdtflnflc feIlhlliweekly cisof auY WI9 IuTaak TVKi morthe 81iiilnur WttOr u c illI FOR SALE deceLaedoltera 100 Acres of Land thebalaacebluegrasnd 6 Cole Ex Box 25s Winchester Ky JanJIm S iDRIYIHt IS BOTH HEALTHFUL AND PLEASURABLE and you can also say extreme y comfortablewhen you are driving in one of our easy and handsome Buggies and Ph tons Our stock of fine carriages is unsurpassed for eauty style durability and eneral superiority and we- rea selling them at prices that surprise you quality con- idered JOHN DONELSON == News and Opinions= = illCIIOF National Importance The Sun- 2LONE Corjtains Both MM Daily by mail 6 a year Daily and Sunday by mail 58 a y- earsa 5 IS THE GREATEST SUNDAY NEWSPAPER IN THE WOULD Price 5 cents a copy Oxjnall 5200 a rear Address THE SUN New York GREENBACKS or Government Money At close of our Civil War ifl 1865 there appeared in the London Times the following policyAmerican Republic during the late Civil War in that country should become indurated down to a fixture then that government will furnish its money without cost It will have all the money that is necessary to carry on its trade and commerce It will precedentthethe world The brain and wealth of all countries wiU go to North America THAT GOVERNMENT MUST BE DESTROYED OR IT WILL DE STROYEVERY MONARCHY ON THIS GLOBE The famous Hazzard circular to capitalists in New York and the Buell Bank circular to United States Bankers both emanating from London and the fabulous corruption fund raised in England and Germany estimated at 1500000 were the agents that Secured the closhgof our mints against silverThe Hwalk into my parlor policy of England during and since the Spanish War is the latest evidence of English Diplomacy in shaping the destiny of the United States Govern menu Notwithstanding the famine price of wheat the Spanish War and fabu Ions expenditures of money by our yeargodhasand all other values decreased in the same proportion For a thorough understanding of the money uetion or issue uniomclygivenexplain and produce all facts and truth It isa paper that ought and can be read by all classes with pleasure and profit 1H1Hosha1Co1Conisstei Merchaits tiHo IDI Sn o UNION ST CK YARDS CINCINNATI cf TELEPHONE t316 All information regarding live- Stock cheerfulff furnished Consign year clock direct to us cept7ly +tCtLL Amf+ + + + lt1 SALQjON PARLOR WHEK IN TOWN lefJesningfdrinksfthat in the cjty are dispensed JQQmJt1QLI Ji WW lilt 1 lPlMIe3 jSedt- K7 o 0at 1 1WeDoI1t Want a Cent a Of your money unless you I 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 than Sanywhere Zn1 TTt wM cI cCD 1- cc3 J 1 IsJCD sc Ht ac w 1S-Bedroom Suites4I In BirdsEye Maple Mahogany Golden and Antique Oak JNj Beantifnl Brass and Folding Beds ef Elegant Sideboards 1Odd1SvjxParlor Cabinet Book Cases Hat Racks Etc Etc There is also on display in my store the most elegant display of Morris Chairs ever brought to Richmond JMYselection of Rocking Chairs and Moquette and Axminster Carpets cannot mbeexclledA handsome line of Couches in Velvet and 1Corduroy just received from the city SSClothes Hampers Scrap and Work Baskets Smyrna and Wilton Rugs are also attract ive additions to our businessIIf you are a lover of beauty it will pay you to call and my line of Framed Pictures MeSdallions c We also make a specialty of framing pictures 1Our line is full and complete and in charge of Mr M G Brown a graduate embalmer and funeral director It will pay you to call on me before purchasing elsewhere e St NEVILLE MOBERLEYnFL rSzwcessor to J 8 Collins SfNIGHT PHONE 29cA r a BOON TO MANKIND DRTABLERS BUCKEYES PILE CURE A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBES BY MAIL 75 CENTS BOTTLES so CENTS JAMES F BAlLARD Sae PreIir 310 North Main Street ST LOUIS MO For sale by PERRY THOMAS Druggists1DIHy Madison Monumental Works ESTABLISHED 1863 JAMES T HAMILTON PROPKIETOR Meauments Tombs Hlaistoles statuary and Foreign and American Marble and Granite FINE WORK A SPEG1ABTY Thosewho are contemplating buying Marble Granite or any kind of Cemetery Work will filld it to their interest to call at tho old stand in the roar 4of the M E Church on Irvine Street where they will find constantly on hand a largo stock or finished work to select from at prices to suit all classes of buyers jpp MIiW G GOUOHER one of the best workmen In Central KentucHy is in charge of our establishment and this means satisfactory rprk desIgnswhich0T YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED1- JK7 TeS D HPC7 IILTON Proprietor REPAIRIXO AND TIMING Art fi f A XXWATCHES wsft raReeel EJLwJEtEJLER OPTICIT2ND STREIST liicHMONl KY REMEMBERyOu buymriGUOOERImfOrresyat THURMANS thi aoywherekwt Ent If lrr = t acUI t J t 1Tat4LN GucsteCo i JI tZ IONDiKYr uII t mM i The Richmond Climax J aad EditorsAJlLLtRPTopretonA C B WOODS Attoclate Editor WEDNESDAY FEB 22 1899 IUDLIBUEDEVEKY WEDNESDAY BY The Climax Printing Co PRICE PER YEAR 150 ANNOUNCEMENT FOB AUDITOR We are authorized to announce JOlIN B OUHNAULT of Madison county a candidate for the office of State Auditor subject to the action of the Democratic State Convention TOB BEPEESESTATJVE Wo are authorized to announce M H WILL IAMS a candidate tot the 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 Ken tucky subject to the will of the Democratic party THE McEnery resolution declaring that it was against the policy of the United States to annex the Philippine Island passed the Senate by a vote of 26 to 22 Deboo voted yesLindsay no Carlisle Mercury JUDGE BARR resigned yesterday from the Federal Bench He has the respect of every lawyer who ever had n case before him Among those suggested as his successor are HODS A E Wilson Walter Evans St John Boyle David Fairloighi Jno WYorkes Dair Lindsey Judge Holt and Congressman Pugh A GRATIFYING illustration of the power of public opinion is McKinleya appointment of a commission to investigate General Miles charges of poisoning soldiers with embalmed beef The President affronted the public sense of decency and justice by rewarding Egan with six years vacation on full pay Now having saved the agent of tho AlgorGorbiu syndicate he seeks to placate public sentiment by ordering an inquiry Into very specific and sub stantiated charges of General Miles SEND YOUR ANSWERS IN Jttehotesvllle Democrat Below wo submit a list of ton ques Lions which we defy any goldbug or Republican to answer without evasion according to the facts as they can be proven and not convict himself of be jug in the wrong FirstIs not the purchasing power of the dollar greater now than it was from 1880 to 1892 Second If its purchasing power IS greater does it not take more labor produce or merchandise to get a dollar Tliird1f so tloos it not mean that in proportion to the amount of business labor produce etc there are fewer dollars in circulation FourthIs tho debt or tax paying power of the dollar any greater now than it was from 1880 to 18927 Fifth Does it not take more labor or farm produce to pay a debt of 100 now than it did in said period SixthIf it does will not a creditor who holds a note or mortgage drawn before 1892 Ret relatively more for such a note or mortgage than the debtor con tracted to pity Seventh Would thoro be any injustice to the creditor in restoring the same ability to pay that the debtor had when he contracted the dob- tEiglithiIs it not robbinc the debtor to increase the purchasing power of the dollar between tho time of his contract lug a debt iiul its payment NInthiIs not the lowering of the price of labor and produce many per cent equal to increasing debts and taxes an equal per cent Tenth WonM the free coinage of silver at the present ratio increase or decrease the purchasing power of the dollar THB President is backtracking in his Imperialistic ideas if we are the judge by his late speech at Boston That the inhabitants of the Phillip pines will be benefited by this republic is my unshaken belief Jhnt they will CiFiBrawerACo LEXINGTON K- YCaipetslL Do o Q a 1i war3 TTTT If so the full line of spring patterns in all the new and novel effects are now on exhibition See prices in show wIndow 1o 1 r I a 1taQ We have just brought down from our work floor 75 of these rugs in all si zes and colorings that we offer at f t S 80 e 5f 011ta ra JtTow is your time to se euro theivJ bargains for they tare a superb collec tion and wilLnotlasMong CJ BroerCo1 AND BROADWAY rMAIN LXINGTON7Ky have a kindlier government under our guidance and that they villlx aid od in every possible way to be Balfre specting and selfgoverning people is na true as that the Americanjpeople love liberty and 1iavan abiding faith in their own government and lu their own institutionsNO DESIGNS No imperial designs lurk in the American mind They are alien to American sentiment thought and pur pose Our priceless principles undergo no chan uDder a tropicalsun If we can benefit theso remote peoples who wilt object If in tim years of the future are established in gOvernment underaw and liberty who will regret our perils and sacri- fIces Who will not rejoice in our heroism and humanity I have no light or knowledge not common to my countrymen I do not prophesy The present is allabsorbing to me but I cannot bound my vision by the bloodstained trenches around Manila where every red drop whether from the veins of an American soldier or a misguided Filipino is anguish to my heart but by the broad range of future years when that group of islands under the impulse of the year just past shall have become the gems and glories of those tropical seas a land of plenty and of increasing possibilities people redeemed from savage indolence and habit devoted to the arts of peace in touch with the commerce and trade of all nations enjoying the blessings of freedom of civil and religious liberty of education and of homes and whose children and childrens children shall for ages hence bless the American republic because it emancipated and redeemed their fatherland and set them in the pathway of the worlds best civili zation Keep if up Mack and you will yet aid Bryan to save the honor of the nation PERSONAL Mr S E Booker was in Lexington Monday Mr G G Corzellus was at Ashland SaturdayMr Hood spent Sunday in Coylngtbn Miss Spencer of Carlisle Is the guest of friends here Mr Dick McKee of Anderson spent Sunday at home Mr Ben M Bohannon of Versailles is visiting in the city Dr W G Whites frlonds will regret to hear of his Illness Wallace Muir spent several days in Lexington last week Misses Katie and Ida Park of Irvine are visiting friends here Hon G E Lilly is at home from a professional visit to Estill Mr John Barnes of Mt Sterling is the guest of friends in town Miss Sweeny of Lancaster is the guest of Miss Van Grecnlenf Mr J Stone Walker spent several days Inst week iu Louisville Mr S Neville Moberloy visited friends in Woodford Saturday Miss Olive Fant of Flemingsburg is the guest of Mrs Hll Hanger Miss Bright of Fayettewas the guest of Mrs J W Bales on Saturday MissBessie Turley is at home from a visit to Miss Gaines at Lancaster Miss Ann Bennett lisa as her guest Miss Flora Samuels of Mt Sterling Miss Bessie Baughman was the guest Friday of Capt John Feeny Jr Paris Miss Maria Lewis Booker of Louisville is visiting Mrs J Lewis Booker Miss McChesney of Staunton Va Is visiting Mrs II B Hanger at Arling tonMr Birch McGinn of Chicago spent several days last week with his sister Mrs Pates Mr Chas T Chenault of Winches ter was the guest of his mother several days this week Mr and Mrs R E Douglas are visit lug Mrs W R Letcher at Avondale Cincinnati Mr J J Grecnleaf was in Lexington Monday and attended the Sol Smith Russell performance Miss Susan Hume rcurried Saturday night friai a two week visit to Miss Burnam at Frankfort Mr W IL Letcher and Mr L P Evans attended Miss Esther Burnams german Inst Tuesday evening Mr and Mrs J F Wagers and Mrs Joe Wagers returned Monday from a twoweeks visit to Cincinnati Mr and Mrs Hugh McElwalne of Fayette spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Joe Bales The C U Cotillion Club gave another of their matchless balls at the Masonic Temple last night Mr H C Davenport of Lawrence burg a former student of C U visited friends here Friday Mr Sterling Green after a ten years absence in tho West is visiting his father Mr Congrave Green Mr Jas T Shackelford Jr left Tues day for Montgomery Ala where he accepted a fine railroad position Miss Van Grconleaf entertained very delightfully Saturday evening in honor of her guest Miss Sweeney Mr Brutus Ham of Lake City Ill attended the funeral of his father Wm Ham in the Ruthton neighborhood Miss Burnam ot Frankfort and Miss Overall of St Louis are the guests of Miss Sue Hume on Lancaster avenue Mr and Mrs T T Covington are to iea handsome dinner today in honor of Mr Joe Chenault and bride Mr Coley Wallace attended the Re publican Railroad Commission com mittee meeting at Lexington Saturday Messrs Gprdon and Herndon Dudley are at home They have been at Anniston Ala with the 4th Ky volunteers Miss Jeauie Foland left Monday to resume her large school at Reynolds ville Path county She is spending a few days first at Lexington Mr Alex Denny of Garrard a popu lar exstudent of C U who made a great record at base ball as Srell as in the class room last year is visiting friends here Mr and Mrs Harvey Chenault spent last week in Bourbon guests of Judge and Mrs J Q Ward Mr Quincy Word came over on Monday to spend a week with Mr and Mrs Chenault Mr C x Bomllng of Jackson visit ed Attorney S R B Black Monday on hiaroturn home from Anniston Ala where has been an officer in the4thXy Mr Bomllng was a classmate in the Chicago TAW School frith Attorney BlackAttorney W SJMob ky fe back from H4iJthe icc r show on Canal street a thousand cltii zeus witnessed the novelty of Wills skating up and down the Mississippi river from Mobile tothe Gulf of Mexico Mr W G Carson and Miss Booker Duncan were married at Bloomfield last week The bride has visited MIss Mary Logan of this city and two brothers James deceased and Tate Duncan attended Central University Mr and Mrs Carson will live in Columbia Mo where the fpnrieHia a prominent merchant DEATHS 53diedmary 0 and was burled at his home at McPherson Kansas Deceased was a son of Elias Barnes Sr deceased and leaves three brothers and one sister all of this county viz Wm T Miltpnj Cyrus and Mrs Edwin Sallie Barnes HesterWAitDS C Ward husband of Mrs Sallie J Ward of this city died at Lexington Sunday afternoon Mr Ward has been an Invalid for many years His remains were taken to Ironton Ohio for interment Mr Ward was the only son of Mr Shad rock Ward a large real estate owner of Iron ton and Ashland Ky LOCAL MANY FINE PORTRAITS The celebrated artists Prof and Mrs Walters since their arrival here have turned out about the finest work ever executed in Richmond It speaks for itself Several of the portraits are on exhibition in Moberleys windows among them being pastels of the late Miss Amy Smith Neale Bennett Jr the late Mrs Z T Rico nrd crayons of the late Dr C C Smith full length portrait of Jack Ashers child and of the late Wm M Irvine Theyare maenificent lifelike productions and have established the reputation here of the Walters artists OsteopathyThe New Science ol Healing Wonderful Cures Wr ugh The CliMAx directs attention to the card of Dre Grinstead Murphey practitioners of Osteopathy the new method of healing that has in recent years attracted so much attention arid met with unparalleled success Its chief feature ia the absence of drugs of all kinds and yet is not Christian science nor faith cure Hopeless cases have been cured by this method which is fully explained and defended by Drs Murphey Grinstead in their magazine the Blue Grass Osteopath copies of which will be mailed free on application to 223 East High St Lex inton Ky See ad MB BRYAN HAS RELATIVES IN MADISON William Jennings Bryan is a grandson of Benjamin Brown of California and a grandnephew of Dr Charles Brown of Virginia who fried so faith fully to obtain the Jennings fortune for the rightful heirs Dr Brown made four trips to England in the Interests of these heirs after he was eighty years of age Mr Bryan has many relatives In Madison county among them Dr Ira Brown Oldharn of Speedwell Mrs William II Miller and Mrs John Doty their mother who was Miss Kate Brown of Virginia being a first cousin of Mr Bryans Mrs Gov J P Eagle of Arkansas who is a sister of Mrs W IL Miller Mrs John DotyanlDr Oldham is also of course related to the Grand Young Man DIG THING FOR RICHMOND The convention to nominate a Repub lican candidate for Railway Commissioner from this district will meet in this city on April 12 It will be re membered that the convention that nominated the incumbent Mr John C Wood of Mu Sterling met in this city four years ago It Is a compliment to Richmond and we feel sure to Mr C C Wallaces efforts largely is due the credit of bringing it here again The an nounced candidates are J C Wood John D White of Clay jW H Huff of Harrison Wm Dingus ot Floyd and W H Culton of Jackson The convention will bring several hundred delegates to Richmond and we trust their second visit will be as pleasant as that of 93 A Big Lid Deal Concerning one of the largest land deals made in Eastern Kentucky the Lexington Leader of Friday says Mr CE Smith of Richmond KyM the largest promoter of real estate deals in Kentucky is here today Mr Smith has just closed one of the largest deals made in recent years in Eastern Kentucky the purchasers being an English syndicate The developments in Eastern Kentucky during the next few years it is claimed will make mill ionaires out of those investing at this time The construction of the Black Diamond railroad into that section will open up the finest coal and timber lands in the world and the output will prove profitable to the ones who are now purchasing land in thatsection Mr Smith will leave tomorrow for Chicago on a business Irip and ho expects to closeasaleof 125000 acres of land In Eastern Kentucky JUDGE QOODLOES ESCAPE On that cold Sunday of last week Judge John D Goodloe having some ox in the ditch task to perform to save his stock from perishing by the cold rode out on lila place about a mile from the house The road was rough and frozen hard and Stumbling in the rugged dell His gallant steed exhausted fell The Judges right leg was caught be noath the animal and pinned him to the hard earth With excruciating pain and prone to the ground ho quickly reflected that he must by all means catch his horse before it could rise and escape or else he would be left in dan ger of death by freezing as he was far from home the ground rough and liLa limb possibly broken These gloomy thoughts passed in quick review before iris mind and as the IWrsestrulSled to his feet the Judge seized the bridle and thus secured nim By dint of great otTorthe remounted and slowly rode home The Judge is able to be out but is very lame Remembering the in tensetydd of that memorable Sunday It Is not too much to say that had the Judge pot caught his horse ho would Jiave irozen before beculJ have crawled home Replte Is Or Criticisms ti State tor Exwtaers Prize Mwed Doubtless some of the county teachers a very small per cent of whom in any county In Kentucky subscribe for their homp papers we are sorry to say remember the sharp criticism the Cu tAX passed inits issue of February I upon two of the arithmetic question sent oat rt ly by the State fiaperla tcadeat ol Education Apf ovei by the 8tte BEd bL Exaia lite 9e thra M1detbojfnl lIoeltI c f t c rested in the reply and ex planation otProf C W Bell of Har rddaburg a metnber of the State Board His reply is courteous one nod defends the Superintendent and Board but it is UxrflengUiy for insertion this week However we will restate the questions objected to by us and will give the CLIMAX one year free to first tbeteacheror pupil who willsolve these problems Bought 275 barrels for 15315 arid sold leaf Isleli a barrel What did it brjnga barrel QCfiF 1il altw ofits four nide- paraileLand two nq para1llslisanca etwecnthenonparahIe11iLdeScu rods lejigih of Jj nparallelsidcs SQ rgdt and 110 rods respectively fnd tb area 3 v tl6nSolve tho above end get the CLIMAX free Answers should cOme in on or before February 2S addressed to C g W box 603 Richmond Ky DEATH OP MISS KATIE FOX The saddeath of Miss Katie Fox last Friday was a shock to her many friends Her intellectuality and sweet disposi tion so feelingly portrayed be Miss El vira SydnorMiller in the appended article endeared her to those who knew her best Her parents and relatives have the sympathy of a host of friends Miss Miller in the Louisville Times thus writes and her words will find an echo in many aching hearts The announcement of thesudden and sad death of Miss Kate For of Rich mond Ky wai received with sorrow by beririends in that city Miss Fox had visited here several times and was well known At her home in Madison coun ty she was a delightful hostess enter taming constantly and her jjuests were people from all over the country Her father Mr R P FoxSr is one of the best known horsemen in the State bay ing bred and raised a number of swift trotters one of them being the crack Dr Hooker Miss Fox was noted for her quick wit and readiness of retort One can easily sunderstand what a loss the family and friends of thiabright and attractive woman have sustained Her many social qualities made her a welcome guest wherever she went and her tenderness and love for chil dren niade her a host of friends among the little ones She constantly had them to sbend the day with her and never tired of devising plans for their entertainment And now this bigbear ed brilliant woman is no more and the days will indeed go by like a shadow on the heart in the old Kentucky home from which she has departed To the parents who mourn her and whose idol she was comes the sympathy of all who enjoyed her friendship and enlivening society in early days In the little cemetery at Richmond where the pine trees are at home for the winds and their boughs cast a twilight on the grassy slopes below no lovelier or sweeter sleeper will be laid to rest than Katherine Fox Miss Miller lisa frequently visited Richmond and was some years ago a guest of Miss Fox Miss Terrllls Wonderful Escape From Death In a Railway Accident The only lady passenger ona train from St Louis One night duEt iweek was Miss Ethel Terrillt of this city She occupied lower berth No Ghf the sleeper which left St Louis in the evening The train was nearly two hours behind fiuie and the 511t4dat times was frightful Miss Terrill tells of her awfulexpenoncc thus I It was just at dawn that I was sud denly awakened by a crash tnat in my half dazed condition sounded like the explosion of a thousand cannonc such as Capt AVypant used to fire when my sister Mabel was Sponsor for thin Central University Battalion Just think of it My head was jammed into the remotest recesses of tbeberth and then ot a sudden Iwas car ried as if on wings sidewise until the car settled on its side thirty feet from the track down an embankment I was imprisoned The floor of the car every section the root all all was a shattered mass Alone ot all the berths mine was unbroken but there I lay with the heavy beams above me sc that I could not move I was too frightened to utter a cry Presently the train men having been notified I suppose that Iwas in the ruins began to cut and carry away the timber about me At last I was lifted outand strange as it may scenT I was perfectly safe absolutely uninjured Miss Terrill described further the es capeelof other passengers one of whom when he awoke was lying in his berth on the track with the ear wheels six inches from his head There were sev eral injured but liono fatally The wreck occuneil on a sharp curve just at the end ofa bridge Every car was overturned some being hurled sixty feet from the track Miss Terrills car stopped in its mad career just safe on land thfe river a few feet away which she aidwas an escape after all from death by the flood As if to test her endurance nfter she reached this city at midnight Miss Terrill was given another fright The driver of the omnibus fell from his seat and the driverless horses pulled the bus down the hill nearly to Zarings Mill before being checked Jeff MitchellGives a Fine Feed to a Few Friends Mr Jeff Mitchell showed his appreciation of the honor of being elected chairman of the Board of School Trus tees by tIre members by giving a perfectly delightful supper at Joes on Tuesday night of last week A fortunate few unfortunate so some said in being 13 in number sat down Itr the sumptuous spread The motive which inspires some deeds of kindness goes very far frequently toward compensat ing for little attendant disappointments but when to good intention Is added the substance of things hoped for thenf indeed id the host a beneficent being and his efforts to administer to thoin net roan most successful The latter condition confronted the guests of Col Mitchell on thisocns1rinJoe the matchless caterer n11eco1Vudcart j blancho and liis mvfioxi Ioi ha Awarded 5 Highest Hoiiors4Wcrds Pair DR IICfi BAKING POWDIR = mOST PERFECT MADE A pure Grape Cream of Tartar P ydIr Tm Mm Ammonia Atom or any keri L io 1z4u Thi flSWO- I q It1 diners was a little beyond anything we had ever befoaeseen hiwnttempL Ou article splendid bill of fare yas mackerjjilrorji Spain I WHen this was apl1 the jolly company Ke ame1oodtbirstyS thougb ofbnr fmUonfs foes felffnlouiofth fish and left not its bones to mark the platter Poor mackerel poor Spaiuhappy host French peas nurtured in the soil of the ally of Spain these too were quickly dispatched jTheyrEngiish walnuts JapaneBenap- kins were given more kindly consider atiowoutofregardforthefricndIynttitudo recent misunderstanding with the Donned Spaniards Through tho whole repast Mr Mitchell presided with char acteristic1 grace his visa vis being Col FAY Lyon of Beallyvjlle the guest of honor who represented Mr John B piienanlt Treasurer of the Board that gtjntleman being absent from the city The Board of Tfustces the editors of the city papers and n few others ex pressed their appreciation of the even ings entertainment and hope that Mr Mitchells example may be followed by all those who gain similar promotions in the citys serviceC- HENAULTSPEARS The community was treated to a de ligbtful surprise last Thursday when a telegram from Lexington announced the marriage In that city of Miss Bes ale Spears and Mr Joe Ghenault To only a very few intimate friends was any previous notice given so that to the greater portion of the community the announcement produced a big sur prise And yet It was not a surprise lor the eternal fitness of the union sanctified and blessed It They have been sweethearts ever since they met while children six years ego when Miss Bessie was the youngest pupil of Mad ison Institute and Joe a good student and athlete at Central University while In vacation spending his time indus triously on the farm In fact neither had ever loved before have loved no other since TheirIpiig courtship has been markedly K singleness of pur pose that surprised ng one when it eventuated as it should have last Thursday The ceremony took place at the home of the brides aunt Mrs Sarah Land and Jho former beloved preceptor of MJs Spears RevB C Hagerman pro nounced the words that made them twain one flesli They returned home at 7 oclock anl- Yre conveyed to the handsome resi dence ol the grooms grandparents Mr and Mrs Henry B Dillingham where the warmest welcome awaited them Few couples have bee then recipients of more kindly remark for both have a host of admiring friends Both are too welland favorably known to need ex tended comment The bride who was graduated from Madison Institute in 1898 is a daughterof Mr and Mrs E F gpears of Jessamine She is a sis tea of Mrs Ben F Boggs Mrs T T- Covingtonand Mrs R E Turley of this city Her lovable disposition enhanced by a sweet unconsciousness of her beauty and attractiveness compels the admiration of all Of her young lius band we can speak in only thekindliest terms Our friend from his boyhood we fournUiirn faithful without boastirjg industripns and thoroughly capable of making an independent livelihood and of providing a home meet for such a treasqre as he haswon We voice tjie wellwishes all their friends in ask ing Gods blessing on their marriag- eTALLEYVIEW Willie Sallieiof Kansas is visiting relatives and iricnds near Lore M F Wharton soHl a building lot to Mrs Sally Ann Cox for fifty dollars BornTo the wife ofFrank L Clark Friday February 17 a tim pound girl C Eo Gibbens of Ford spent a pleasant time with friends here one day last weekWilliam Lowery says ho killed a coon that measured five feet from tip of tail to end of nose Geo Sexton has accepted a position as sideman with II OY Carpenter the gen eral merchandise dealer Capt FMBryari and CplEL Baden of this place saw the white elophent in Richmond last Friday night Wm Talbott was called to Pyn thiaca Saturday to be present at the demise o an aged uncle James Talbott Therp is Catarrh jn this section of the counlrythan all other diseases put together and until the last few years was supposed to be incurable For a great ninny doctors pro nounced It a disease and pro scribed local remedies and by constant ly falling1 to cure with local treatment pronounced incurable Science hiss proven cntarrh to be a constitutional disease and therefore requires constitu tionartreatmeht Cure manufactured by F J Cheney Co Toledo Ohio is the only constitutional cure on the market It is taken intern ally In doses from 10 drops to a teaspoonful It acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system They offer one hundred dollars for any case it fails tocure Send for circulars and testimonials Address F J CHENEY Co Toledo O Sold by Druggists 76 cents Halls Family Pills are the best 1m Our hoods AND OurPrices Lu Compel YQU to tidew1ius when jOUgive us iatrfal 1JhB ffi ijiin4 ID j i- iccIDI1 Jl i PllThe Jadies eannotie deceived l yc tchyHphrases nor bombastic claims C All we haveto say isj we buy intb best Ilfketsof the world select the la testgopdsj and when you buy you kowyou have the latest uptodate goods Is that what you want If so trade wi- thhfleAs4ibon1W c Ir lA j f Ew Plenlj of Goal ++ 44 4SKnot and Straight Creek Goals can not be ex celled We also handle JV lily Corn etc Tele phone 21 near B N I BDepet NEFFt MILLION TaxesorWar Sheriff C 5lyer is determined to doJiiscijlty Levying and selling will be an every day business until all 1898 taxes are paid Look out for your pigs calves old clothes and dishes Fortify yourselves and be ready The death blow may strike any day and dont forget that death and taxesare a certainty Master CU1llMiSSiOlle8 S1 I Z T Lamb Admr of Ann Keene 1lU AgainstJohn Dfti EquityBy of Sale of the Madison Circuit Court rendered at the January Term thereof 1899 In the above style cause the undersigned will on Monday March 6th 1899 Between the hours of oclock a m and 12 oclock tn at the Court House door in Rich beingMrchto Public Sale to the higest bidder the follow Inz described property viz A certain tract of land tying in Madison county on the waters of Otter Creek containing fiftyare 55 acres and adjoining the HITERMS Sale will be made on a credit of ft and 12 months equally The purchaser will be required to give bond with good security for the of the money to have bearinglegallntcreatreserved upon said property until all the purchase money is paid 8 E SCOTT Master Commissioner M C C feb22Zw s t 7171 7F Are you married I44 + + ++ tuuu+++++ H+4+++ + + + + + + + 4 + ++ I I mean to any particular house if so geaclivorceand buy where you can get the BEST GOODS for the 4sN LEAST MONEY Come to my store and cphviriqe yourself of the wonderful reduction in Wraps ress 7J Goods Underwear WooLHosier331anketsjGsmfocts 4andNotions of all kinds NTtl That ourline of Mens Boots and Shoes are the most complete and tiest 0 in I also carry a good line of Clothing and Overalls My h Istock of goods is to numerous too mention so will quote only afew prices that are now making them go ir off off off off off off off off Hhl off off off off off ioff on 350 500 now 375 II 95 14 14 off T 50 38 75 95 14 14 14 off t to 50c up 50c up 19c Ic up 5c i12 Lace 5c up per up iAlways for advertisement I can save you money I I OWEN McKEE Cor Main 1st Sts Richmond Ky I7F 7fF 7F 71 71 I71 7eY 7tf7iJ7un n o STRENGStx 4 Great Semiannual CLEARING SALE is going on and great induce ments offered We out everything pertains to winter is our inducement i FROM REGULAR PRICE Mens and Young Mens Suits S 500 Suits i now 700 Suits i now a 750 Suits i now 800 Suits i now y 1000 Suits i now 1200 Suits T now 1350 Suits 1 now 1015 1Suits i now 1125 Mens aui tag Meas Overcoats S GOO Overcoats i now 450 750 Overcoats i now 565 1000 Overcoats i now 750 1200 Overcoats i now 900 1500 Overcoats 1 now 1125 1800 Overcoats now 1350 Onefourth Off all our CELE EMERSON SHOES I Emerson Shoes t off now205EmersonShoes 1 off PASTS MaWuaUOF 150 s i250Sho 300 UNDEJRW i nows 100 L 115 + 250 300 225 Blankets 104 foi38c 500 Comforts Large Size and + ILadies Wool Skirts + + + Ladies Vestsr 15c and Ladies Allwool Hose Spool Cotton and 100Yard Spool Silk Yards upPerfumeBrown Cotton 3ic 200 a suit Overcoats 250 and watch off off now i off off Ten for a for a Rip off on off i off i off T off now 95 off off i now off now t 14 now T off now off now S 14 off 14 off 14 off now 14 now off now off now now up 1oosa 5 s t and 78 now want to close that wear This 14 OFF 375i BRATED Pant 18200 Suits ioff now150250 now 190 300 Suits off now 225 i off now 300 Suits i J 375 now 450 750 i 565 Cents Button One Dollar The Celebrated Dutchess Pants Onefourth these justly celebrated pants 200 Pants i nowS150250 Pants now 300 now 225 125 Pants 200 Tiger Brand Corduroy Pants i now 150 400 Pants i now 300 450 Pants off 500 i 375 SHOES 125 Shoes off Shoes 115 cj Shoes 130 Shoes now 225 ARTTnderwear Underwear now 125 Underwear 150 Underwear off 200 Underwear 150 Underwear 190 Underwear yard Clothing and my Sakst I o Knee Suits Suits 400 Suits 500 600 Suits Suits now 190 Pants 340 Pants HATS HATS 100 Hats 14 off nowS 75 J150Hats175 Hats 14 off now 130 200 Hats 14 off now 150 250 Hats 14 off now 190 300 Hats 14 off now 225 tiGLOVESS 50 Gloves 14 off now 38 100 Gloves 14 off now 75 150 Gloves 14 off now 115 I250 Perrin Gloves 14 off now 190 TRUNKSI200 off now150225 Trunks 14 off now 170 250 Trunks 14 off now 190 300 Trunks 14 off now 225 350 Trunks 14 offnow H 265 400 Trunks 14 off now 2 ioo 500 Trunks 14 off now I 375 600 Trunks 14 off nw 450 750 Trunks 14 off now I V 565 800 Trunks 14 offnow i u 600 This great sale will not last long as the prices we make will soon mreduce our stock Now is the time for all those that need any immediate use or for later use to buy This is strictly a onefourth off sale 1 y HJ STRENGIThe Clothier The Shoer The Furnisher The Hatter lT8IECIil i9 rsla I 7 J 7 aa r 1 l I rJtfJ fl2 111y y You tell your folks that when in need of anything in the Hardware Tinware or Stove + line not to stop until they get to the Old Reliable House of D B5 SHAGKELFQRlt CO + +They are now buyingf or t rr t r r r v oASrr 1H+ t And receiving the La gtand Most Complele Stock for the Spring trade that ever came to Richmond vi They have ad a lifetime Experience in the ibardware and they think they know thetieooles wants They are prepared to soil youMythlng in the hardwarelme f01 less moo y than you cax got the same goods anywhere Nuw when are not trading with S co just kccp yotn ha1Cl on your rabbit IILIi foot and your eye peeled ffltlwotioos 1 i D B SHACK LFGRD CO ft I1 lIi tl r II l1 + r i iIIi Jffw= TTII tt tttit ttTHE GREAT SWEEP OUT SAlE IS STILL GOINGrOiM t iZThe people are taking advantage fthp pPorrtl1lt y rh qlgottlln Y is oftf w Mens 500 Stacy Adams Shoes all styles 395 = 500 Buell Bootees 395 295kCstyles and widths v 295 allsv295 VicialLstyles fiShoesi HATS IN ALL STYLES AND AT YOUR OWN PRICE I C r We want you to call and examine these goods and be con 4vinced that these prices never before known in t Richmond 6Q g tRICE ARNOLD The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY FEB 22 1899 Dr Hobson Dentist Timothy Seed Clover Seed Blue grass Seed and Seed Gate at E Death erage Oos Mr J S Boggs has been danger ously ill Nat Cotton lost 18 head of cattle by the cold Clover Seed in abundance at E Dealherage Co It is feared the cold weather has exterminated the partridges Uncle Harry Dykes is very ill at his home near Boonesboro Squire Cotton of Ruthton lost 20 head of cattle by cold weather Caldwell High School had to suspend last week on account of tho cold Bud Dunn of Whites Station sold to Mr Stagner of Illinois one stallion for 75 Timothy Seed at E Deatherage Oo Mrs Minerva Moody sold 100 acres of timber land to Tim Roberts of Bob town for SCOO II L Stevens bought a tract of land near Boonesboro from John Green for f300 Photo Buttons the raging fad 25c or 3 for 60c at the new gallery over Moborleys store fel22ol S J Roberts sold his Ruthton farm to Mr Van Hook who took pos session February 10 Last lecture of the course by Dr Henson of Chicago on Fools Tues day night next March 7 Nothinz that has struck Richmond in a long time was so welcome as the mild weather anti sunlight of Monday The National Bank of Cyhthiana reports assets at 009000 and indvid ual deposits 110000 Hows that for high Bo sure and get your picture taken at the new photograph gallery over Moberleys furniture store Iholes 6 for 25 cents feb225t George Haden of Million has been taking the Weekly Enquirer for fifteen years and orders it and the CLIMAX this wecl Eo Deatherage t Co have fine line of Bluegrass Seed Supt Adair of the Electric Light Co is detained at Cyuthiaua by sick ness Meanwhile he lias ordered work to proceed here Mr Wm Arnold put np eightinch ize and many others would have done so had not their houses boon stocked earlier in the season The free i5flU1 house was a blessing to the poor during the cold spell Other towns provided similarly for their unfortunate citizens Tho State Bank Trust Co was paid 1500 damages incurred by its late fire A steel ceiling and other changes will be made in the building John Shearer and Lula Francis of Duncannon and James Kelley and Nannie Alexander of Bearwallow were licensed to marry last week It is told on good authority that Col Wilmore is booked for l fat post tion under Internal Revenue Commissioner Wilson who lately succeded Commissioner Scott in office Nicbo lasville Democrat Rabbits are in abundance in these parts of the country A man is said to have pulled three out ot one hole last Wednesday and would have gotten more if his arm had been a Jittle long er Spears cor Nicholasville Democrat A nice stock of seed oats at E Deatherage Co The Luisville k Nashville B R Co has notified its agents at all points that if any coal dealers or consumers can purchase coal in Cincinnati that it will transport it Tree of charge in limited quantities luring present scar city Alden Benedicts Fabio Romani which will be presented at the Opera House in this city Saturday night February 25 is an adaption tjf Marie Corrillis famous novel entitled The Vendetta and Is one of the best melo dramas over written absorbing interest dealing with Italian love and ven geance The scenic effects and costum lug are pronounced by the press where ever the Company have appeared to be the best extant and the Company have been highly complimented by the public Messrs Benedict and Faust and Miss Martha Reauford receiving special praise Miss Graco Hunters Fire Serpentine and other dances are also highly spoken of and she Is atsi vereally conw red by 1Itl1 be the bcst In that JiM ROW bofgro th public iLJM fj Madison furnished about 20 soldiers to the Spanish War Mr J L Bowers enters an emphatic denial of the CourierJournal report that the river was frozen over at Valley View Mr J W Smith walked on the ice from his Run farm on the Ken tucky river to Ford a distance of nearly two miles All members of the Richmond Bicycle Club are requested to meet at H J Strengs store on Friday evening at 730 Important husiness on hand J L Sowers our valued ValWy View correspondent has organized a class in peuninanship Later on he should give lessons in composition in which he is very adept Charles Ballard caught a snake crawling on top of the snow in Capt Shackelfords yard last week Milward Brown embalmed the reptile at the request of the owner Ballard The terrific cold weather of last week reached Its greatest severity on Monday when the thermometer was 35 at Silver Creek 20 at Central University with variations elsewhere in the county Dr Heuson if not the handsomest Is at least the wittiest clergyman in Chicago He always strikes from the shoulder for he is as weighty as he is wittyN Y Herald At Court House March 8 Last lecture of series After a weeks successful engagement in this city the LehrWilliams Comedy Company loft Sunday for Cor bin ThiS company was greeted each night with a well filled house and ev eryone present seemed to get their moneysworth LOST A heavy plain gold ring Return to this oflle and get liberalreward Lost Umbrella At some place of business about two weeks ago I left an umbrella with a Celluloid handle broken Finder return to J H Walters at Hotel Glyndon and receive liberal reward feb22ft KIHKSVILLES NEW SCHOOL Prof Milton Elliott Jr of Crab Or chard and Miss Lottie Farris have opened a school at Elliott Institute Kirksvillo Both are popular educators and will we feel sure give the utmost satisfaction Photographs in Reach ol Everybody Hew Gallery Work Photos on buttons and on small cards just as true to life as a 1 cabinet may be had for a short while at the new gallery over Moberleys store the buttons 3 for 50 cents or 25 cents for one tho card photos 6 for 25 cents All the rage A Bargain Combination Wo desire to call special attention to our very low combination biter with the Ohio Funnier of Cleveland Ohio We have never before been able to make so low a combination price and never may again Think of two papers of the standing of these for only 150 both sent a year It is remarkable hind no one should fail to take advantage of it See notice on outsido page this Issue Fino For Using Sleigh Bells Replying to an inquiry on the sub ject the Versailles Sun says There is an old law on the Statute books prohibiting the placing of bells on any animal drawing any vehicle and providing a fine of from 2 to 5against either driver or employer for every day otart of a day that tho of fense is committed The writer has never heard of a prosecution tinder this act WON BY BAKER The big hat 8M size offered free by Douglas Bright Cotoany man whom it would fit was just a lectio small forLInsey Baker of the West End His head is 8 the largest in three States as the hatmakers have offered tho same liaUn a jlpzen towns in that many States Mr Baker is about 40 years old nail only four feet three inches tall His head ia 26 inches in circumference FillyTwo Years Ago In the list of students of the Mis souri State University during the year ending NovEmber 1817 we find the name of E H Barnaul brother ot lion C F Burnam and Mrs Eugenia Hume of this city Thp total enrollment that year was only 05 Now it over 500 Another brother Thompson Burnam was a student of tho University the- year before The roll Is being publish ed every week by the Columbia Mo Statesman MB BUCHANANS DEATH In the death of Mr A C Buchanan a familiar figure is removed from our midst He was one 61 our best known citizens and unosten tioas IleamassccTa good estate and leaves a widow rco Miss Hattie March and one child Funeral on Saturday lollowed by interment in the- Rlchuto dCemcterYilIfr Buchanan WM a native of Wolfe count bor Ws fwlwcantl nuuwoiw relvlvci gur v1vi u MenW 300 Box Calf Enamel 265 Y 250 Shoesall styles W 1 195 200 Shoes all styles v vX 7 165 150 Shoes all styles 120 TheI are Stony Proctor Knott Cigar Mr Oldham Will Announce We are requested to state that at the proper time Mr Sanford Oldham will announce his candidacy for County Clerk subject to tIle action of the Democratic pary and it goes without saying that he will make njjpod strong race Helpless From Paralysis She Was Horsed To Death A terrible denlhti1s that of lIrE Garland Kfudrcd of Befea last weet While seated in a chair near thefire her clothing became ignited and as she was a paralytic and hdlpleffs she was fatally burned Two children too small to rendereffectiva aid were the horrified witnesses of the holocaust Particularly Fatal Tolambs Mr T S Burnam and Mr Walleril Bennett of Richmond were at the Gait House last night Both gentle men are prominent tobacco planters and fine stock farmers of Madison county The recent cold spell said Mr Burnam was particularly fatal to lambs I lost a great many which were frozen to death although they were under shelter I dont believe beiIN DEFENSE OF THE ESTILL SOLDIERS Upon the written authority of Clabe F Tharp of Winston the CLIMAX is authorized to say that not one oftlie forty Estill county members of the 4th Ky was guilty of misbehavior on the trains at Lexington last week when some of the hilarious boys shot out the lights in the coaches nnd so terrified tho passengers that one coach load of rowdy soldiers was backed up to the station house and arrested Mr Tharp says none of his companions was drunk or drinking Declamatory Contest There will be an Interesting declamatory contest in the University chapel this evening at 730 Following are thecontestantsW Individualism Mo P F Adams The Dawn of Preman ent Peace Ky N L Shropshire The Nobility of Labor Ky O 6 Crooke The Triumph of Truth Ky L B Herrington Sun Spots Ga- R W Keenon The Anglo Saxon Predominance Ky Kentucky Press Meeting At a meetirg of the Executive Com mitteo of tho Kentucky press Associa tion held at the Gait House in Louis yille it was decided to hold the annual outing sometime late in Juno or early in July Tho place of meeting has not been decided upon Messrs Woolfolk McCarty and Brown were appointed a committee to look into railroad rates Those at the meeting were Messrs Harry Sommers of Elizabeth town Chairman Joseph Williams of Pal mouth Harry 1IcCnrtv of Nicholas yUle Clias 0 lIowmdof Hodgena ville Henry AVoolfork of Danville J H Westover of Williaipstown R W Drown of Louisville and D E Wallace ot Warsaw Coming to Richmond Alden Benedicts Fabio Romani which will be presented at the Opera House on Saturday February 25 iU a romantic mclodraina on tho order of Monte Cristo but differing ontir6l from that famous play and it is said to surpass it in interest and dramatic eff ects The scenery and effects are real Jstic especially the earthquake scene in the last net which is pronounced by the press where the slay has been produced to be oneof the finest stage pictures over presented to the public Mr Benedict has a company selected for the characters assigned thin and 4hey are highly spoken of by nil who have witnessed their performances Miss Grace Hunter who introduces her celebrated lire serpentine stereop ticnn and Spanish dances between acts is pronounced without an equal in her particular line CAPABLE ARTISTS J H Walters and party the popular artists who have been Jn this city for the past six months decided to change their location During tlielr stay here they avo met with marvelous suc cess JiavingTihado qne hundred per traits all of whjch have given entire satisfaction without exception Their work has been of the highest order and has recommended itself to our citizens Many of Cynthianaq best and wealth lest citizens bare had portraits made and have almost Invariably left orders for the second portrait so well pleased were they with the first one Seldom has Cynthian been favored with a visit from such high grade artists and to say that their work is greatly appreciated is but mildly expressing jt We can freely and unhesitatingly roe ommend them wherever they go as artists capable of the finest wprkand worthy a large and liberal patronage We will not further recommend their work for it speaks for itself Should they cVBicffl to Cyntbiaoa again key II will be grisst1 with C9ft a hearty weIeoie- c c Successors to Wallace Rice y IGENERAL MILES jTake of and they have lors SOur and 0 I and vilV i thread wool is as can and old a Gold is Scarce When You Want It A gentleman applied to tho four banks of this city on Monday for two hundred dollars in In every in stance he was told that it was too He succeeded in getting the gold coin finally by taking it in part from each bank Funny aint it Two Handsomo New Hearses Hearses alias funeral cars are dismal topics for public comment but when you see the two superb coffin carriers just bought by Oldham you will not hesitate to won der and comment upon their grandeur and massiveness Tho larger one is the first of its kind ever manufactured and is a thing of beauty Call on Mr John W Ballard Knowing your private and political record to be unblemished that you have worked for our party in and out of Benson that you have never asked for never held office and are not now seeking office we petition you to announce yourself for Sheriff subject- to the action of the Democratic party IAXY VOTERS OF KICHOMOXD Figures In Fayette At the Mrs Newman sale on the lath about 300 barrels corn sold nt180 and about 150 bushels of oats at 25 cents Fat at of 4 cents allnamed were for cash sow 11 Steer calves 15 Breeding ewes 3 Bull 30 horses at S25 to SCO will closely approximate prices Farming implements were also in good demand Biggest Deed on Record In consideration of 01600 paid toI Mr Chas E Smith of this cityby an English a deed will be re corded in the counties of Knott and Breathitt The revenue stamps attached to the deed cost 6150 And still the Spanish War goes on This is tile result of Mr Smiths sale of a of his standing Umber and timber land THE COUNCIL AND TIlE LApIES housewives should not complain when mud is tracked into their hous as soon as the sun turns tho mud to dust the wind will blow it IntO the house anyway Tho Councilman who would either be elected or embalmed in the grateful memory of our people should make a specialty of harping on cleats streets until wo get clean streets kept clean FELL OFF TIlE BUS AND BADLY JIUBT While driving the big from the midnight train last week Dick Shanks foot slippedolF tho brake as the vehicle was going down the lull at the cemetery ned be fell headlong to the frozen ground Ther passengers of the accident as the horses continued their journey for some distance Shanks injuries con sist of a broken jaw andIenlid painful bruises E E McCann And S P Dealh rae Firm- a The above named gentlemen will shortly reopen the store of E E Mc cann opposite tho Hotel Glyadon and will handle ailexclusive stock of China glass wooden and willow ware and ar tides of that nature The gentlemen have tjie to back them are bighlYCllteemedand will give to RIch- mond a specialty store not surpassed outside tho large cities Tby propo e to display queea ware aa14i Chiu- itichi M tave ever tawttfbt to Bfamwd Sby1fltS piece 1 tniH Net sit k114d H F HUlenmyer says that peach buds have been killed but he Relieves that apples pears cherries plums etc are still safe Whirlrd to His Death Charles Mitchell colored aged 25 WAS caught in the belt of the main sbaftoL Buckers Mill at Paint Lick yesterday morning and was whirled to his death Ice Gorge Brake A Valley View special to the Louisville Post of Saturday says An ice gorge tore away the Burt Brabb Lumber Companys boom at Ford this morning A special train bringing men from Ford to stop the boom there arrived this morning The gorge was from the headwaters of the Beware ot The Poisonous Pin Sinclair Hill son of James Hill of Lancaster opened n blister on his lip with a pin The place soon began to swell and become painful A physi cian was finally summoned but blood poisoning hind set in and now the boys entire face is nearly twice its right size and red as blood Theresult may prove fatal A Song ol The Fourth Kentucky Dear Dad The rose is red The violet blue If you love me as I lovo you Send me fifty IOU Papas answer Tho sky is blue The pink is pink Ill send you fifty I dont think The best smoker the Proctor Knott cigar IWE AIM S To have our Clothing the best that can beniade That is wiiyou ge here more value Sor your money than eIewhere Our Fall and Winter Suits and Overcoats I are any our SUITS and the set and tsame work SUITS care thought grades Every There no other ReadytoWearFOWLS you stylishly we at Govington stand but 215 WHITE gold scarce BiggerstafW oflice hogs estimate Brood Work syndicate part Richmond srust omnibus knnothing Partnership cap1al lNefi river I will pay Gc per pound for hens 3c for roosters and Cc for ducks feathered delivered at my coal yard this week It J W CHRISTIAN For Sale I will sell my residence on the Sum mit at a bargain if I can sell during the month of February Will rent house from purchaser febl4w JD CLARK 15AUKED PLYMOUTH HOCKS Twenty years a breeder of this one variety stock better than ever before Roosters from E B Thompson New York Eggs 16 to 1 setting 100 MBS M F ARBUCKLE Silver Creek Madison Co Ky febl53m Wanted A hustler to sell an Article offering good profit A specialty for which tberp is n steady and increasing demand No samples required Good situation for right party Only those meaning business need apply Ad dress Manufacturer Cleveland Ohio fcb56t Lord Salisbury praises the Czars idea of universal peace and then advises the country to prepare for war Paul Perry of Columbus Ga suffered agony for thirty years and then cured his Piles by using De Witts Witch Hazel Salve It heals injuries DouglasGeneral Miles will now have an op portunity to lecture to an official au dience on the beef question Dont iritate your lungs with a stubborn cough when a pleasant nnd effeC- tive remedy may bo found in Coussens Honey of Tar Price 25c and SOc For sale by Perry Thomas feb52t General Shatter will notice with min gled feelings that General Otis hasdone- it all without the aid of a hammock There Is a Difference a real difference a vast differencebe tween Dr Bells PineTarHoney aud other cough cold or lung remedy Besides cutting tho phlegm and curing the cough or cold at once it soothes the irritationheals the bronchinls and gooddruggists And now it is suspected that Mr Thomas BReed is not guilty of all the alleged epigrams attributed to him Are you restless at night and barns sed by a bad cough Use Coussens Honey of Tar it will secure you sound sleep and effect a prompt and radical cure Price 23 cents and 50 cents For sale by Perry Thomas feb52t Considerable progress is reported in tho FitzsimmonsSnarkey imbroglio Filz has engaged another typewriter iUItAF4 TEA cures Dyspep tjpation and lad gestion Regulates the Liver Price 25 cts Sold br Terry Thorns aucceison to W O WhIte Dont expose your Ignorance by talk tog about things yes don understand Frequently accidents joccur in the liQUEeliod which cause bnrns cuts and bruise For use in such cases Bollards Snow Liniment has ior years been the CJ taut favorite family remedy Price iSv For sale by Perry 4 Thomas l bla2t Legislative caRKJPt aro making speaking appoi 4 eBts and bcsinninc an active esnvss keeptbeby uai e De W Lsihis Iry Rsaeiis- I iias s Iil Jss oml- M4j9i 50 II r t I H Planters 1899 The Busy Bee Cash Store t2z7Sends Greetings to their many Friends and Patrons wishing thorn a happy and prosperous New Year for 1899 The great Mercantile Corporation THE BUSY BEE CASH STORE CO have made special arrangements with the manufacturers with whom they do business to make specialI prices for them duringthe year 1899r and they can promise their customers many rare bargains in all lines carried by them during the year Qt MU TTI TJHDEHBTJY TJITOBESBUtCASH t t Look out for our announcements in the local papers and circulars They will alwaysI contain something to interest you and our LOW CASH PRICES will save you money Our llrst offerings for the New Year will be nice yardwide Bleached Cotton no dressing 4c yard Hope Bleached Cotton Londsdale finish 5c yard i Green Ticket Londsdale Bleached Cotton Cc yard fruit of the loom Bleached Cotton 6c yard i Masonville Bleached Cotton Go yard i best 104 Pepperell Bleached Sheeting l5c yard good 104 Unbleached Sheeting 12c yard good yardwide Brown Cotton nice Sea Island yard wide 4 Brown Cotton 4c yard AAA Trion Mills Brawn Cotton c4c yard 4 We are Showing Some Beautiful Porcall sat 5 Cents We have just placed on sale the largest line of IIamburgS Laces and Embroidery ever shown in the city This line contains all the new things in Nansook Embroideries Jaconet Embroideries Swiss Embroideries e match Sets of all kinds hand and machino made Laces of all kinds Our buyers have made a specialty of this line and nothing has been left undone to make this department one of the most important factors in our immense t businessEWe wish to call your attention to the fact that all prices named on Bleached Cottons antI all domestic are subject to change without notice to take advantage ofithis opportunity Buy your spring cottons while can get extremely low prices on them 4 AVe are showing some special good timings in TableS Linens and quoting special prices on them for a time If interested ask to eee this line when yoj come in t received Ife m Igeals for tie Topsy U Hosiery Ask lo w fa when jw come in All winter have felt the edge of cold steel and prices have been madet on winter Boots and Shoes winter Overcoats and Clothing Blankets and Comforts Flan goodsbeforeW Have Jwt Un1o Q Q The Jn Goods kinds will be in You dont the larger cities buy what show year 1899 a stock in any of larger cities Give a going And again you a New Year you past we very MT AND Children who are troubled with Worms are pale in the face fretful by spells in sleep have bluo rings around their eyes bad dreams variable appetite anti pick tim nose Whites Cream Arermifuge will kill and expel these parasites Price 25c For sale by Perry Thomas feblMt Eggs have sold in sometowns in Kentucky at 33 anti 40 cents a this week To Iurc a Cold in One Jay Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund money if it faile to cure The genuine has L B Q on each tablet nov9Gm Joseph H Hanna was elected County Recorder in Carroll connty by the Connty Faults of digestion cause disorders of the liver and the whole system be comes deranged lierbine perfects the process of digestion and and thus makes pure blood Price 50 cents For by Perry b Thomas fcblB2t An old farmer with a small load of wood sold the fuel in Brackettetown Saturday for 2 50- Children Catch Cold more easily than grown folks and their constitutions will not permit of quinine or other radical treatment Dr Belts is not only harmless but is pleasant to the taste and is n certain cure for all coughs and colds Dont think men and pins aro of much use after losing their heads CUBAN OIL cures Cuts Born Bruises Rheu matism mid Sores 25 cents Sold by Perry Thomas pncccssors to W O White Dont think a man takes every fools advices because he asked yours Cough Ittmrdj Always Proves Effectual There are no better medicines on the market than We have used the Cough Remedy when all others failed and in every Instance it proved effectual Almost dmtilt we hear the yirtues of remedies extolled by those who have used them This Is not an empty pUs paid fornt so much a line but Is given in good faith iu the hope that suffering immunity may try the i remedies and like the writer be the Ya i Pathfinder For sale by perry Thomaij fobllm Dont spend yoormoiioy m trying to get something for nothing Totter SaltKbe mSa d Kcsema The intense itcblag imit smarting lad deato those diseases fe Instantly allayed by applying Eye and Skin Many vcr Ilses have been inured by it It is equally cfficien4 for tclilcg piles anti a remedy chapped hands ch and sore eyes SSete per box lc Fewsrw are just a M when to bad condition Teoie bkiod purifer aad ftnaif TW art not iced tat s top a hQn4 iii sss I IJ1 tI l J a act 1 W k all Frank Sherwood was down town to day the time since he had his tussle with cholora inorbus He says he drove thirty miles after he was taken and never came so near dying in his life After this when ho goes out in the country he will take bottle of Colic Cholera anti Diar rhoea Remedy with him Missouri Aguinaldo reminds Senator Hoar of George probably because they are so different r a CUDAEI RELIEF cnres Colin KeiirnlRlaand Toothache In five minutes Sour Stomach and cuanie Complaints Price 25 Cents Sold by Perry Thomas Successors to W Q White J Dont bore others just because others bore you These mire dangerous times for the health Croup colds and throat trou bles lead rapidly to A bottle of One Cough Cure used at tbo right time will preserve life health and a large amount of money be above to yonr children In a recent letter from D C to an old friend Major G A Stutter for twenty years United States Consul While at Des Moines I became with a liniment known its Pain Balm which I found excellent rheumatism as well against soreness of tho throat and chest giv lag me much easier breathing I hind a touch of tins week and two freely applied to throat and chest relieved me of it at once I would not bo without it for anything For sale by Perry Thomas febllm Mr S S Mooret tho merchant who was stricken with paralysis in ills store last week is materially Consumption is Prevented by giving early attention to a cold whether slight or severe A cold quickly disappears when Dr BoltS is taken Thif emedy makes weak luiigs strong 25cafc all druggists r It is stated by dealers over the Slate that fewer valen tines were sold this year than ever before The M derH Way itself to tho well informed to do pleasantly mil what was formerly dono in the crudest man nor and as well To cleanse the m break np colds headaches and fevers without isii pleasarit after effects use the delightful liquid laxative remedy Syrup of Figs Made by California Fig Syrup Co In order to be on the safe side Gen eral Stiles might provide himself with a book if synonyms La is a ipfdemic taken to avoid it Its elite Minute Coegh I publisher Agri Ad vcrti erEWen Ur No oie will le tirJsfls MImirt ItI- d Ipi Plasat I toh qik- sitt ptn IM4i o Q J t L Customers are not limited as to ttjo p their purchase We have our ware rooms qnantitrd kinds of domestic goods and as long as these special prices are named on theta customers can buy what they want We will offer good calicoes at 81c American indigo blue calico 4c new red calicoes best trands 4c Anion can shirtincs new styles 31c Simpsons black and mourning prints 4c Ladies Our line of will certainly en I terfain you for an hour or two Call und see them Oar great line of Carpets Mattings Linoleums Oilcloths Rugs Lace Curtrins and Oil Shades was never more complete We have no carried over goods in these that is atieath blow to all competition Call and inspect thislino before purchase AVe have just new lot of American Lady I nnd Featherbone Corsets aro tile most comforta ble fitting corsets shown to the trade Try ono AVe have some special good things in Ladies Jack ets and left that we are closing outat Just one half tho original price If Interested call and see them of goods keen our YS Oo uswX oxv ktlatest things Wash of shown by us season have to go to you want We will during the not nor equaled the us call Satisfy yourselves before elsewhere wishing thanking for are respectfully wo D OLDIIAM COMPANY RICHMOND STERLING GEORGETOWN restless dozen 25c Commissioners assimilation sale EineTarHonoy absolutely Price Chamberlains Chamberlains ChambcrlninH voluntarily GlenvillefW CiMabcrJIaias permanently O1l1OreslppJes CMlCii IM1WMa JII wI first Pant eai oa6o aVt OaXxsss surpassed prosperous patronage beriefiittedFrom Bas thainberlains byPerryWashington Consumption DouglasDont apologizing Washington Singapore acquainted Chamberlains against pneumonia early applications Georgetown improv- Ing PineTarIloney Commends effectually disagreeably aisi Every- precatitlolshunlille lbc CureAJSheoper tIhpa4iiS- adla CIjhtUie II Embroideries patternsyou These and Advance Advertisement t I 7 WATCH THIS EVERY WEEK Next week SESTLaclies Fleecedlined Hose worth 20cts for lOcts 12 yds Torshon Lace for 4c Bargains this week in table linen napkins and counter panes The Maine Commission Co Dry Goods Notions and other articles Re member the name when in doubt THOS MEIGHEN Manager Con MAIN AND CiiKAisipn nov23ly JlICHMbND Y p Iw mYfu II1V fuID tSVkk 01 seOa 223 E ugh Street lexington Ky BSP Journal of Osteopathy sent free on application To Be Haopy or cheerful or useful is next to an im possibility when one is suffering from a discomforting cold or a nasty little cough If you are down in the from the effects of a rough or a cold you will find your delight In the use of a 25cbottlo ot Dr Bells PineTar Honoy Druggists sell it It Most Kentucky towns are making tramps move on promptly because of the small pox in Louisville fearing the hoboes have been iu this city Tablets Buckcyo Pile Ointment- is no p naeea but is recommended for Piles oiiiy TlleooltwiU cure Price 50 m bottles Tubes 75 For nalo by Perry Thomas feb52t Senator Mason voted under pJmpnl Sioni Is he not a free Mason He must bo an odd fellow Seeuis asif all time things we like disagree with vs sad alt time things we duiic like uKree with us Dyspepsia lurks in moOt of the good things we eat and indigestion follows the gratiilfn tlon of appetite Of course it isnt Nature fault Nature docs time best sho canlud if a man will only help her bit at the right time lie may eat what he likes and ns much as lie likes Ir Pierces Pleasant PeUtls are for people who are troubled with Indigestion Particularly for those in whom it rnanifeta itself iu tjie form of upnstip tion rime lelletstare quick and easy in their action are in perfect kwrmqny with Nature They effect a pernkacnt JUT Yoa need taki heat regularly oulya little while AkttatwtMtn ocrMonAllywhen- y n wd tltemheIJo bava eaten taj kiBK tIttliMtlreeaWldl yell They mAl bi taken jMt M freely its you t WAter or w OU uecea x 1 Ocs ssd ss Iit a I 1 IUI au J IIi Public Sale As administrator of It B Cornell it r iy will Mih on 2tAbout the hour of 10 oclock a pi on tim premises one mile Trout Rich mond on Big Hill pike otTer fur sale publicly the following described property r One twostory frame residuum with about four 4 acres land Th housn Id in excellent repair eiintia seven rooms all necessary outliuIUi ings good orchard and Tic land is highly improved Also four acres unimproved land on south side of pike At the Same time ami place 1 I will 6111 rockaway 1 liuggv hors 1 set of harness 1 milch row 1 pinno antI n lot ol plows cTERMS All sums under 10 cash in hand over that amount i Ish j in SIX mouths and balance in twelve months with interest at 6 per cent Possession given immediatel- yJ B CORNELISON feb225w Administrator OTIVK SOLICITOuS WANTED EVERY WHERE for The Story or the Philippines by Murat Halrlcsd tomrnIlonet erament as Official Hlztorian to time War Dc psrtmtnt Time book was written In army camps at San fntcclico on the Pacific with General Urrritt In the honpltalast Honolulu la Hong Kong in the American trenchra at I Manila In the Inirarrent camps viSta Acul laldo OB the deck ot the Oijrmpia with Dewey Aad in the roar ot battle ntthc fall of Manila lleturprolltJlPrtlQUU tee AMm Lsas 7tK 00W4nt J a t rT Kr i w Wantedfln Idea SSrotect your tIes thy brtngyou wealib write JOHN WKUDEBQDBN a CO at nt JLttor lie n WMBlngWn D Co for their eUJX offer and list ot two hundred Inventions wat- cdRINIII BIRIRITi- me Table No S3 Taking Effect Mon day May 2 1893 Tht Class 2d Class EAST BOCJtD No NO 8 No Ez Sun Ex SnnlEx Sunl AM PM AM Versailles 10 V 6 52 I 30 NieholasvlUe 11 02 7 SS 6 48 Valley View Ii 28 8 00 8 20 MIllion fi 41 8 13 8MmRichmond 68 8 9 15 I M Union 12 13 10 00 Moberley 1216 1005 Vranfleld 12 30 25 Jonola 12 35 m 10 40 Irvine 1O 1135 m o o i NI NrilW- EST EOOSU Ib San Ex Sun Ex Sun ExBun AM PM PM AM Irvine 200 111 55 Panola 225 105 Bra ifl ld 2 33 J 120 Meberley 24t 145 Union 247 6 05 3 15 ills vnfiZr e 20 3 30 3 00 Valley View 031 a 45 3 2i Nlcholeavflta 65 4 10 4 30 VcrsaiU 750 5 00 810 A iC P C Piii pi All trains connect with Louisville Southern trains to and from Louisville All trains oonneet with C N O tT P trains to and Irom Cincinnati J W ROCK Train Dispatcher W H ADAMS Superintendent H WboeantbinkaiIIeI11t1 Pretect your Ideas they niay bring you wealth Write JOhN WEDDERBUIU cO aol Waebtngton D Co for their 1prlao oa and wt of two 11nnnUona want SCR CALDWELLSN rt iiIkttiIvy1In Effect December 5 1886 DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY 1111 am pm pra 6 30 live Itlchmond Ar 7 20 1ST 788 Winchester U 42 616 2S S If Maysvllle 8 30 640 891 Paris 840 510 6 U MM Georgetown 7 50 4 28 T II Ar Franifoit lire 7 00 a 40 Ask for tlctete viaParisJ IL P ahc n Ohio R i1y Time 01 Trains at Winchester Ky WEST BOUND Mt Sterling and Lexington Accom 6 55 am Eastern Bxpress for Louievllla 7 30 am Morehead and Lexington Accom 3 00 pm New York Limited 11 V 4 pin EAST BOUND Lexington and Morehead Accom 9 15 am New zork Limited F F Vll58 am Lexington and ML Sterling Accom 30 pm Washington llxprees 9 23 pm Accommodation trains run daily except Sun day Other trains run daily Through sleeping IInd dining car service to New York- For information rates oreleepcrreservatlons call on or write K HOOD NRyRichmond or GEORGE W BAHNEY D U A C O Ry Lexington Ky E11RTHIEM 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 Arizona and California Tbe splendid trAin service with which the llllnol antrar i Memphis and New Orleans vestlbuled Limited Is equipped makes it Easier Than Ever to take a trip to the above mentioned territory The Central Is the only line which runs Free Reclining Chair Cars and Vestlbullcd trains from Louisville to the South also a weekly Pullman Tourist Cartor California 15pmArrpraLvsvNewOrlcansArr Houston Saturdayft 4Sam 45pmArr2UpmArrnil is n Tree ffister Lolte U CaHcreia Parties desiring to make a comfortable trip to the territory mentioned will do well to com municate with R II Fowler Traveling Passen ger Agent Louisville Ky IVu ALFOKD KCLLOND A 0 P A A n HAHSOS 0 P A Louisville Ky Chicago Ill decZMy SOUTHERN RftlLWfty IN KENTUCKY Schedule In effect Urc 18 1808 EAflTUOUNa NO NO5 NaS Lv Ixiuuville 740am 130pm 745pm 907pmAr1009pmArNo 6 No 2 No 4 730am 4Spm 515am WESTDOUNDj IMam 45Jpm 537am aSOam 519pm 555am 812am 605pm 32am 1010am 735pm 7i5ara Trains 5 6 and 6 carry Freo Observation Chair Cars between Louisville and Lex ington EASTUOUNU WESTBOUND No lfI Df RTATIONS INa No 14 74B mLv Louisn Ar 735pm latOam iV pm BSiam Ar 510pm alOam 4pui laHamlArllarodsbgArj Spm 720am n 4tipro 710am CASTBOUNp WESTBOUND No tNo767 STATIONS No16 tNo G8 230pm 740am Lv FxraUvll Ar 1040am 735pm lL05pmlIJpm1101t4mIAr EASTOOUHU WESTBODKD 1No lltNo 5 RTATIOSS No CltNo 2 7JipmlazILCeam 705pm Ar NIchlrlll Ar 658am 355pm 1158pm aoopm Ar RlcbmndLv 005am 300pm 1opmtAr Irvine Lv 130pm STATIONS No No 3 745pznArAr Knoxvnie 700pm 745am Iil03mlIfpmArAr Jacksonville 900am Ar Chattanooga BJipm 045am Ar Atlanta 1030am ILMara SpmArLT CnattanoQja 055am Ar liirminghauIa6pm 1130am pmArTrain fa Cincinnati Florida A Havana Limited carries Through Drawing Room Pull man Sleeping car between Louisville Atlanta Macon nod Jacksonville connects at lAzing ton or Cbattanoctra with Pullman Sleeping car for New Orleans Free Cnalr can betweonLon unbetweengent coachea Train NOS carrios Pullman Sleeping car be Iiirzntnghamton to Jaclttcnyllle via Asbovllle and Savan nah also Tl Chattanooga and Atlanta No Bnnu PrOC CSaIr cUJexnJton tQ ChUIa WNewfltallyexecptSunuayA 1TALoutarllle Ky ezlnjtonKy F SOANNoN3d VPaOIL 1 M CULl T DC PWMlA JCf ir4 i ffdk wPn ftKIHljIs 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 CAUFOBNIA Ro Srstn Co only and we wish to impress upon all the importance of purchasing the true and original remedy As the genuine Syrup ofFigs is manufactured by the CALIFOKXIA Fia STRUP Co only a knowledge of that fact will assist one in avoiding the worthless particsronsiA FIG Sntup Co with the medi cal profession and the satisfaction which the genuine Syrup of Figs has given to millions of families malceJ the name of the Company a guaranty of the excellence of its remedy It is far in advance of all other laxatives as it acts on the kidneys liver and bowels without irritating or weakening them and it does not gripe nor nauseate In order to get its beneficial effects please remember the name of the Company CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO SAN FllAX CISCO Cal LOUISVILLE KT NEW TORE liT JanSly 135 ECONOMIST RANGES Roofing Gutteringand Job Work LADUE MITH i SDR CALDWELLSN +++++++++++++++4 + + + 4 + 1S0FRock i p + FOR 3re SWr ottao tIt tt It tS i + + + + + Six of the best Fire Insurance Com 4 panics In the United States Losses paid + promptly +tIn tbe Prudental you are offered the + best Life Insurance attainable and on + the most approved plana In Accident + Insurance wo again ve the best We + + will not transact business with Irrespon + + sible t comp3nIeI t Je2111t++++++++++ For Salt Frivatdy I will offer for sale privately my House and Lot situated on the corner of North and Ith propertyTheble and other necessary outbuildings the lot contains about 90x90 leet The will be reasonable for cash WILLIAM ENGLISH novPtt Bichmond Ky REGEROCOMPLETE BLISS e1 1 The Great Lot VIW1t7 i Makes the Weak StrOOt FRSNCXI R lI DYI now nlihin on y rracti or every Amrrlcnn dajrs trvniniput it io4UvciT cuinuttccil to cure 0 rawt complWntcd uf Nervous UClAlityoI- tii4IM = iMtue It aUIi powerfully and iiuivki i Isn rayilrnlly iVrfrrr to result fiber foT ttI1FI1O Younj men will roI ln theIr lost manhool arcl OM Men will recover itIr yontiful vlfor It InvlffomlM and restores tc life mil vigor all snUrrrrx from Seminal Weak SiCS IicpotrocT VarloKclo Sjicrnuittorhea- ijltly Kinlwloas Last rain nn1 Moacular Power- ss Minwrr Vakrfilimir Ertl llreams Despon nrr tarc ot Cci11cmie anti nil cfTccts of self ot or ArTutl cxccw aud IraUMrreUon ivhkh uuOti nf inr basinw stadyor irsrria IlEUKXCRO Txs to xMt iUo root ur tlrtliscasethat fswbr rupcs It b tho cnMtx stKrrTe Tonic In tbe world thrt ts w It tvcs Vlor rd Action nail rectoras he tlrc of Voulh It It a mansions Sloth l url rrthatlswhy The Ink Clow cornea heck to rMcrhiT lutetullon having IlEO ENBUO aa be iarrieil lu prnkvL Jly wall SlOO Ir-lIX fr SSW Ve rbrcrfully rrfund icr IKI fz iMixrsito pot effect a cure Ires irs tr Jl4its the American OlSce of n 1 JI At COEZ5NtWYORK Clmn ff For sale in Richmond by Perry St Thomas Druggists septll- 1yWee1er Wilson Sewing Machine notary Mot Ol ud BaIIBearinrSFOC I iMftdXT 4In 11 IT Hers Ttir Ckauice Sane Exlraordinary Offers by The Climax The CLIMAX wants five hunred new subscribers by the first of the now year In order to roach this end some ex traordinary inducements will be made Until further notice the following will be offered to subscribers The CLIMAX andThe Week ly Louisville 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 Twiceaweek CourierJour nal both for one year 160 The CLIMAX and Weekly Cincinnati Enquirer 150 The CLIMAX and ohio 1arm 190IThe CLIMAX can also fur nish any paper published in the United States or Europe at reduced rates County Court Days Paris Bourbon county first Monday Richmond Madison county first Mon day lexlngton Fayette county second Lincoln county second Mon dayGeorgetown Scott county third Mon day s Danville Boyle county third Monday Nicholasville Jessamine county third MondayWinchester Clark county fourth Monday Versailles woodford county fourth Monday WilY THE POOR GET POORER During the year 1893 ninetytwo utrustsor conbines were formed by wealthy and protected manufacturers of the United States with a capital all told of 1500000000- A few comparisons will enable us to grasp the meaning of this great capital says the Silver Night Watchman The total value of our wheat crop for 1898 is placed at 310602537 less than onetbird of the capital of the 1898 trusts The value of all horses in the United States in i897 was estimated at 452 649296 The value of our mineral products in 1890 was 623717288 The value of our sheep in 1897 was only f67020942 The value of our milch cows in 1897 was 369239993 The value ot sugar consumed in this country js now about 220000000 a yearThe total of wages paid in the sugar refining industry is hbout 52 000000 less than one sixhundredth of the trust capital of 1898 And yet there are people who cither can not or will not understandwhy the rich get richer and the poor get poorer HOW HE ARRIVED AT THE RIGHT AGE The lady in the witness box wane luctant to disclose her age and the presiding magistrate was astute enough not to press the question What is your age madam he had inquired and Whatever you choose sir she had made answer She ww under under oath You may be put down fortyfive years then said the magistral to the clerk What is your occupation madamSir said the witness you have made a mistake of ten years in my ago MutMowu fiftyfive years directed the magistrate Your residence Sir exclaimed tho lady angrily my ago is thirtyfive years not fifty fiveThank you madam said the magistrate blandly and the entire bench joined in the smile that went round the court A COON DOG CASE A novel case was tried in the Quar terly Court Wednesday says thd Stanford InteriorJournal Ed Adams of Jessamine county sought to recover a dog from Elijah Cheatam which the latter detained on his promises for thirty days A number of witnesses were introduced a large crowd was in attendance Letcber Owsley was special Judge and six lawyers were employed ia the case and two Baptist preachers were on the jury The trial consumed tile entire day The lawyers for the plaintiff claimed that he was a good coon dog and that the hides of the coons that he would have caught if be hadnt been detained would have been worth S10 They claimed this amount or the dog After a few mo ments deliberation the jury gave the dog to the plaintiff SheIt requires monoyto get in society nowadays Ho Yes and it requires brains to keep out of it CArrIed Down Stream When a man crossing some difficult place in his working career spurring all iiis energies to accomplish some I pssajteIn 1 his ssJonr ney suddenly finds his health giving way and feels himself =swept out of the thejcurrent dis easethen is the time when the marvelous rejnyeuatIn properties of Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery will andreatoratiolteminentlytciulant like so many malt extracts It re stores healthy power by reviving the innermost sources of vitality ia the nutritive andbloodmakingcrganlsm good blood abundantly and rapidly so that the waste of tissue and nerve fiber entailed by hard labor is onset by a speedy upbuilding of fresh eaeigy and strength pbye3danDherewiththirtyoneCommon Sense Medical Adviser in dotn bind tug With tills pittance for so valuable a work trulys gift to I must exurcsa goodthatmeasure of your usefulness never has been and never will be estimated by thetublL no not even by the multitude of humanity that mediCineUnited States I find persoM who have used end aetialachondlSpamgJuKlyoftheir good effects I am also enthused with con utditlonsfuremulsion for regular to emdorse and recommend proprietary wedkues bat in this ease I bve 20 b4acyja so oing t The ytkk ttpeido NN Doctor S5SS JIiIMIU 1Ssr aipsIi Ajl 6 Have You Heard wir 1 I You may have heard bout SCOTTS EMULSION and have a vague notion that it is codliver oil with its bad taste and smell and all its other repulsive lea tures It is codliver oil the purest and the faesin the world but made so palata ble that almost everybody can take it Nearly all children like it and ask for more ISflooks like cream it nourishes the wasted body of the baby child or adult better than cream or any other food in existence it bears about the same relation to other emulsions that youhavewith other socalled just as good preparations you will find that this is a fact The liypophosphites that arc combined with the codliver oil- give additional value to if because they tone up the nervous system and impart strength to the whole body cC and 5 00 ill druegists SCOTT UOWNE Chemists New York PARTED IN A DREAM The song is a charming story of tho parting of a bravo American soldier who fell at Santiago de Cuba froinhis sweetheart He appeared to her in a dream the instant of his death and in the parting asked her to wear for him a rose in her hair that he might surely know her when she came to meet him The song contains a beautiful sentiment that makes one wish to tako it home with him The words and music are both written by our fellow cralts man Halbert TJ Hoard of Fort Atkinson Wis a son by the way df ex Governor W D lloard of Wisconsin Tho song 25c net may be ordered of him Coughing injures aud inflames sore lungs One Slinute Cough Cure loosens tile cold allays coughing and heals quickly The best euro for children Douplasit Wells Bowman tt Terhune bought 23000 pounds of tobacco of Mr Will Irving- at an average of 840 per hundred Andy Peach shipped 10000 pounds of tobacco to Louisville last week It brought an average of S3 per hundred Owing to the bad weather and the bad luck many farmers are having with their lambs the Democrat has asked different farmers for their way of preventing thorn from chilling to death Mr George Nichols says when he finds a lamb chilled he bathes it in milkwarm water and places it near a stove lie lIfts for that purpose Mr John C Davis has also used Mr Nich ols remedy with success anda Jittle whiskey properly adminitcredis cellent but great care must bV exercised for it does not require a great deal to strangle the 3 oungliug to death Uarrodsburg Democrat NOT TOBECAUGHT Tho aged attorney looked keenly at tIle young lawyer daughter7heuked The youngster h siLted Before I give you a direct answer Judge he said with much earnestness I want you to pledge uio your word Unprofessionally that the inlor niation will not be used against me BEFORE BABY IS BORN A Valuable Little Book of Interest UAH Women Sent Free Ivary woman looks forward with faelinga of indscribablo joy to the one momentous event in her life compared with which all others pale into insig nificance How proud and happy she will be when her precious babe nestles on her breast how sweet tho name of Mother And yet her happy antici pation of this event is clouded with misgivings of the pain and danger of the ordeal so that it is impossible to avoid the feeling of constant dread which creeps over her The danger and suffering attendant upon being a mother can be entirely prevented so that the coming of the little stranger need not bo looked forward to with fear and trembling as is so often the case Every woman who reads this paper can obtain absolutely free a vain able and attractive little book entitled Before Baby is Born by sending her name anti address t9 the BradfiedRegc- ulator Co Atlanta Ga This book contains priceless information to all women and no one should fail to send font The Breckinridge News presents this list of prices paid back in the COs for tho consideration of those wholong for the good old times Grocery bills of J8CS are a variation from those of 1899 In this city in 1868 bacon retailed at 20 cents a pound brown sugar 18 cents white sugar 20 cents tea 175 to2 flour percwt 7 to 850 salt per bbl 5 syrup per gallon 00 coal oil per gallon 70 conts coal per bushel 15 to 20 cents The grocer of 99ian get on with a smaller cash drawer than the grocer of OS unless he has n much larger number of customers FINE NEEBLE WORK Please write to met if you with for any line offine needlework laiji a cripple from childhood and hay be coma very poficient and my aged mother and jnysolf are dependent on this the onlylhing I can do As a ample I will send any ethic following articles on receipt of oticthird the price named Large center piece or sIx dollies in drawn embroidered or the very fwhioBXbla renualsanco lace for 150 Lea handkerchief orcpllar very floe xoBnalaaqe7p cents orIn fanta chiristnobeaIhwltjjec broidcrd1Mi4 AOlt 9Jlt94J- JwiaJaY Cliti IYI C s PRACTICAL HINTS ON ADVERTISING r The sclanceofartvertisil1g is in its iinfancy says an exchange It Js grow inljn importance and efficiency every diy It usedto be speculative vent urenow it is a Scientific certainty No man hits ever reached the acme of business success Heights that we do hot dream of will be attained by twentiethcentury merchants I am one of those wfio believe that there is no llmitlp the possibilities of human achievements No man has ever yet made a success of business without advertising of some sort May be he dont call it ad vertising but it wits advertising just the same Advertising primarily con sists in letting people know you are in oxitanco and what excuse you have for it TakesMorePapers Than He Can Read Au exchange lliiis comments on the man who takes more papers Ulan he can read Most editors arc familiar with the man who takes liiOro papers than he can read consequently has no use for lila local paper lib takes it papor at Augusta Maine which contains nil till news of Smugglers Last Cruise the Bandit King tie and while storing lib mind with information Jiis wilo is reading last Years almanac But let them get into trouble he rushes to a local newspaper to get him out and wants it had If his wife or baby dies he wants a column obituary Yet ho is taking so many papers that he cannot help his local papor by subscrib ing This is the same man who wants a fifteen line local puff in your paper just to fill np yotr know GBEAT HISSLXG WORD CONTEST f The Climax Oilers a New Planlo Its Subscrib ers Who Take TheiiCtTnstiluUon In Corn bination Offer OPPORtUNITY OF THE SEASON Wo take pleasure in announcing1 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 the effect wnich Ins J produced on his ompalllon It is taken from a charming living southern author anti is offered to test the knowledge of our people ot 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 tho subscriptions received from contestants by The Constitution Atlanta Ga It will be paid by The Atlanta Constitution That paper has paid on missing word contpstsv alone nearly 10000 in cash prizes To one partyvMrM L Brittain was giyen a check for 1033 50 for one successful guess Where have received larg sewn ranging from 5S5 to over 300 on simi Inc propositions This contest is to run until April 1899 at which time the results will be promptly and properly announced Ever4afibs ribr whtks advan tnqe pf our htbbiDoler with The- Coirstituticrn may enter his own word to flit the Hank in the sentence It must be given to us at the time of the BUbsciripHoh so wemayfofwardlt l s thor wjthJiiai order for The Con stitution It is a plain fair plan and we feel sure that many will be Interested and will hunt up the word or take a shot at it The subscription orders un der this combination offer must be sent directly to this office and not to The Constitution Wo will forard everything o rselvesCLIMAXPTO Co From reports nearly fifty per cent ot the drop of lambs thus far in this locality hare been lost by freezin as they drop Some have resorted to the plan of securing the ewes in a house warmed by a stove and Yetr nursing the iairibs as soon ts dropped with good Tesuita11 Lexington Gazette You get more in the TwiceaWeek CourierJournal than in any other paper published bqth in quality and quantity 101 papers one year for 50 cents The TwiceaWeek CourierJournal ia ho equal of many dailies and the printsmoreterinoregoodstories than any other Issued Wednesday and Saturday A good commission to agents Sample copies free on application Write to CourierJournal Co Louisville Ky By a special arrangement you can get tho TirE CLIMAX and the Twicea Week CourierJournal both one year fpr only 125 This is for cash subscriptions only All subscriptions under this com ina tion otTer must bo sent through TIlE CLIMAX office A HUSBAND SAYSrn mywife Mothers Friend she could hardly get around I do not think she could get Talong without it now She has used it for two months and it is a great help to ber She does her housework without trouble Mothers Friend is an external liniment for expectant mothers to use It gives them Strength to attend to their household duties almost to the hour of confin meat ItIs the nand only prepara tion that overcomes mornings5ckhess and nervousness It is the only remedy that relaxes and relieves the Strain It is the only remedy that easyItbreasts in condition so that swelling or rising is impossible Dont take- mediinesinternaUy endanger hd lives of both u other and chiM Mothers Fricn4 Is sold by druggists for 5 t Send for our free Illustrated book its Bradflcld Repnrator Co Atlanta Gi Creditors KfotIcel t iA totltllwIMbeUL1JAtW t a Liii1z IIh the best torcmaIe Treaties Corrects aU I tlos In tesialQOrirans Should be I i takenfnr Cbxin of Life and before CsIUBtrtt1 t2rC 3l Tine Centdits havo stood the I test ttit twenty ears I IItc ty tty PnrSTcdttne eo Chat IICJgU Tcinmece Perry Thorns druggists successors to W- O White decSlyr All druggists sell Dr Subs Konro Plasters fasI h a e 1 IP PLEASEATRY ij CANDY CATHARTIQ PS 4 5ling out tho old Ring in the new King out tho false Ring in the true W eg to you the new and true from tho piney forests of Norway DR BELL- SPineJarHoney 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 exhilarated the microbebearing mucus Is cut out the cause of that tickling is removed and the Inflamed membranes are healed and soothed so that there sno inclination to cough YIIiJill too BY ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS Bottles Only 26o 60o and 100 Size GETIAMOBYEA tHJ1Dweak oars Etrone Mis JL A Jletcalfa gednmh Kr For sale by Perry Thomas successors to W O White Duthern Mtu1 Inc1me1 ony- Of Lexington Kentucky Life Insurance Reversed We Pay While You Live Old Line Companies Pay When You Die Which do You Prefer i T STATEMENTSJANUARY 1S99 ili DIVING BENEFITS PAID JANUARY 1899 Name Address Cost Paid yalter Tully Burgin Ky S 43 50 103 12 Jos Louisville r Ky J 4150 9775 Amelia Borgel Louisville Kr 142 50 74 35 Rev E D Gray Georgetown Ky 38 50 40 72 Dr S Stevenson Chicago Ill 4260 100 43 eatherineXang LOuisville Ky 3730 57 io Joseph Peters Louisville Ky J 41 50 97 75 Dr I H Welch Harrodsburg Ky 41 60 9775 Ella Jones Lexington Ky 40 50 95 OS Khza Castle Versailles Ky 38 50 880 Emery Hikes Louisville Ky 40 50 95 08 Geo D Robertson Lexington Ky v 37 60 87 19 Mrs Aihie J Taylor Lexington Ky 3650 8158 Geo D Robertson Lexington Ky 3460 79 43 A C Seadler Louisville Ky i 40 50 v 9 08 Geo D Robertson Lexington Ky at 50 79 46 L A M Grief Louisville Ky 30 50 92 44 K Arnspiger Lexington Ky 39 50 92 44 Capt H A Welsh Nicholasville Ky 35 50 82 oo J D rurcell Lexin lon Ky 39 50 9244 J H Baker Lexington 25 50 56 97 R Arnspifier Lexington o 39 50 8 so Lou Kanatzor Lexington 33 50 89 80 Dr G W Beelor Louisville 3850 W 45 A W Kratzer Loxington 37 50 87 19 v T Baker Louisville 33 50 18 06 LU Miiivard estate Lexington 37 50 87 19 Mrs J I Bright Lexington i 3650 S 58 A C Goode Lexington t 3650 S 8Jenny Murphy Lexington 3650 S 58 A E Taylor Oakdale Tbnn 35 60 52 00 Perry Crostlnyaite Lexington v t 3i 50 82 00 J B Jnisonberry Danville 3150 70 43 Dr H P Cox Ilarrodsburg 34 50 79 43 RF Johnson Baltimore Md V 2750 61 8 Ross Harrington Falmouth 3350 77 03 Williano Long Lexington 3250 7432 LillteGugle Louisville 32 50 74 32 Eli Strider Lexington V i V 3050 48 80 Lou Spalding Louisville 25 50 6 97 O A Culver Lexington 2350 6132 J W Appleton Lexington ir 27 50 si 85 JosII Power FleminRsburg 23 50 61 32 J M John Skain Lexington 2650 6941 ErnestHudson Lexington 23 50 61 32 Andorson Butler N Middtetown 27 so ci 85 Susan Brown Lexington 24 50 M ss Mrs Emma Haum Lexington X 2350 52 o4 Miss Annie B Ford Lexington zt 19 50 42 47 IV H Ford Lexington Lexington o C 23 50 62 04 W H Ford Lexington v 23 50 62 William Holmes Lexington 2250 49 76 J S Chrisman Danville 22 50 49 76 Clara B Stanwood Sun Francisco Ca 2250 49 76 Margaret G Hutchison Lexington 21 50 4738 J D Purcell Lexington t 21 50 4738 Mrs Maggie Burke Junction City 2050 45 02 Kate Strawder N Middletown 1950 42 47 Miss Lizzie Keating Macon Ga i 17 50 3S o3 John M Rees Louisville ui IS 50 4031- Dr R B Cassady La Grange 18 50 40 at O 8 Williams Burgin r 17 50 3803 W J PoleetHarrodsburg 17 50 as 03 Kate SJBrown Lexington 17 50 8S 03 Fred Close Jr Cincinnati 1 18 50 40 3t Savage Bros Black Mountain N C i 17 50 38 03 Harry SlcCarty KicholasVillo 1C 50 35 74 Skookum Gulch Pool Lexington 17 50 38 03 Skookum Gulch Pool Lexington cv 175Q 88 03 Skookum Gulch Pool Lexington n t 1750 33 oa Skookum Gulch Pool Lexington 17 50 33 03 Geo W Nnckols Lexington r i 1750 3303 Milton Jolinson Maysville Je 1750 sa 03 John R Allen Lexington 14 60 3117 J Alex Chiles Lexington i 1550 33 45 W W Quinn Nicholasville ifi 1560 33 46 Col RO Morgan Lexington i v r 1450 ai 17 GW Fitzgerald Georgetown 1 15 50 33 45 J V Coffey Yosemite v 14 6b 3117 J II Baker Lexington VV i 15 50 3345 45NNewport News Syndicate Newport NsiwsVa r is ro 33 46 W L Richmond Lexington 14W 8217 F II Norton Lexington vV 1400 311i roUE8117AhicePArnQldBihrnoud 25SRWarrcn 69Jdf TotatSz 246 4322 20687fCItssOrOiit4L NFORMATJO1r4DDrESS A t SMITH 1 QWMAN tjIIi1 i Il Iia I eI h rl1 f li ppsa a PALL I DRUGGISTS 14 i D tr INE ri i ttb ANCYURITURE ROM OURTTOIFTYFIV st 90 PER SET II Rockers45 Chiffoniers = tSide oards9 Lamp Stands Umbrella JePram es Etc Etc Etc t iirw iMyyCheap9 Attractiye t WE ARE THE OLD AND RELIABLE FIRM n nnrncrrtur U flhIflflfl ULUMLY1eDAY TELEPHONE 76 NIGHT TELEPHONE 67 J1e 0 SU S SSSS S S S SU S SSSsSSS 0- 0o it e 5 0 co ESV I 1I0 00 s 0 0 S S ab0 c SI S 5 On and after January 1st 1899 our eo 55 5 terms will be eo oe I ea- S SPOTCASHI10- S e ea IIG SIVobaveattemptcd to run our business by co IeS 5 lecting our accounts the first ot each month I 0 allSSI 0 are compelled to so I 0 o S for that 0 soeSIthe trade to do business with us We have a S nice line of 55SS call examine our stoc keo5Goodsexchanged for country produceb00So 03s li1 S HIGGINS IIWIl ELlISeae0 SU WEST MAIN ST RICHMOND KY i S I 0 S Qa a a a a s a a S S S 0 a 8 LN WHY SUFFER Qgua il When DONS COMPLETE PILE itocure you It is the discovqry otnCll mn Ho Kiiifs I Ho Interruption of Business J The first treatment brings immediate relief it has cured thou nands and euro yox e MR T s WILCOX poiirtIAancl chief cf the Chattanooga Firo DcpiitrOnts 6i It1iT1 ryc1rJtulrc tnr DO S O11tFj t itommcndccl to rner TIQ use tt One box cffcetcla permanent cure ItIi fcriag1vA pile k iiDONCKAITANOOQA TENN + L CURESPILE r n 1