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Digital page images are linked to the text file. p rr 1 r r T r o r I TilEl RICHMOND CLIMAX I VOLUME 2 5 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MARCH 1 1899 NUMBER 39 i 119 GRIGSBY MUNCEY General Agents Eastern 1entzz- e1yEquitable Life NEW YORK ttt AGENTS WANTED IN UNOCCUPIED TERRITORY OFFICEHain Street Richmond Ky- ANNOUNCEMENT FOR AUDITOR We are authorized to announce JOHN B CIIENAULT of Madison county a candidate for the office of Bute Auditor subject to the action of the Democratic State Convention FOB BEFBESIWTATIVB We are authorized to announce M n WILL IAMS a candidate forthe Legislature subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce W W COMBS a candidate to succeed himself in the next general assembly of the State of Ken tuckysubJect to the will of the Democratic party PROFESSIONAL CARDS rrORNEYS RW MILLER ATTORNEYLTLAw- nlCUKOND KENTUCKY Offlce in the Burnam Building next door to arraers National Bank Ieb3ly j4i S1TLLIV ATTOHNKY ATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office over Taylors Hardware store opposite Court House on Main Street II B IIOGG ATTORNEY AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office No 13 First St up stairs 3130 J 0iS D M OHENAULT ATTORNEYS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen aults grocery PHYSICIANS DR H R GIBSONP- HYSICIANAND SURGEON RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office in the Joe Ccilini building iS and tt Sec ond Street over White old drugstore i7 CHAS HOOKER VETERINARY SURGEON Graduate Ontario Veterinary College Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty asOluce up stair over atore recently accu by Richmond Harness Co East Main SU Richmond Kyapr7ly ff C JASFJSR M D Medicine and Surgcry- OIlIceColIin8 nuildinc MainSlrcet Telephone nt residence the Cnrr place on llroadway RICHMOND KENTUCKY EVANS M aGW PlIYBICIAK AND SUKOKON RICHMOND KENTUCKY DR T J TAYLOR Iractitloner in Mcdicineand Surgery RICHMOND KENTUCKY romce and residence on Second Street DE1TTAL STJEQERT 1TionsotDzNT1T or LOCISVILUC KY eaOffieo next door to Government Building ElchmSnd Ky Office hoursV to 121 to 4 novl7ly Four nice rooms for rent Call at Dental Office of Dr Bob son next door to postoffice D FRED SMITH DENTIST OSOffice over Collins Grocery same office lately occupied by Dr W W Burrfn Janl2ly Dr Louis H Landman No West Ninth Street Cincinnati Ohio will be at the Hotel Zimmer Richmond Ky on Wednesday March 8 1899 returning every aecond Wednesday o each month Reference of Rich mond Kyfohl6ly KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY- E 10 CITE fmilfit 1el ERABY BIBLE MEDICAL AND COMMERCIAL COLLEGES Tuition for Lltersry and Bible Course 22 a year More than twent7 teachers 10000 gymnulum Thousaud of auccecitul alumni Social and moral welfare of students receive special attention to both sexes For catalogues address the President Jly21U ILUNThLLSUOUT p New Orleans Best Line to ARKANSAS TEXAS MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA Pullman Tourist SleeplnCar leaves LOuis YUle every Thursday lIght runs through AskVonAlcketaitent for particulars or write ton H Fowler lrAveUngPllseD fer Agent VaedfnW Chair Car LoaUvflle to Memphis and New Orleans AHKANS N WMAmLtl QP i CkIco AoJA I4srIIW For the CLIMAX THE EAR Richmond Jms again sold herself to the Bar Sold her song sold her brothers Sold her fathers sold her mothers Sold her minds sold her beds Sold her clothlng old her breads In the words of Amanda Smith God willing may lie give us His presence and enlighten the minds of the people for we are very dark ou this subject anti the Bars are flooding our landwith this accursed fire and men and vpineii are being devoured by it May God bless the efforts of the few who were brave enough to stand up for the right The sin tho shame the sorrow The crime the want the woe Learned here in these workshops- No band can paint we know Oh I that a gentle wind would Como today and take nil who have their breaths tainted with spirits to a bright world where all together they could njoy their glory a world so far away that none of the rising generation could ever be influenced by them and where a weeping wife mother or sister could thoIU A Bar to Heaven A door to Hell Whoever named It Named it well CITIZEN Horrible agony is caused by Piles Burns and Skin Diseases Theso are immediately relieved and quickly cured by De WilLs Witch Hazel Salve Be DougInsPrices of Cattle Hogs Sheep etc Sixteen Years Ago Also Eleven Years Ago A friend of the CLIrx has given us for publication a printed report of Market Quotations for Jan 29 1883 and it reads as follows CINCINNATI Jan 29 1883 DEAR Sir Below find market quota tlons for today Receipts of cattle liberal prices about as last week Best butchers 500 to S5 25 good 460 to 185 fair 425 to 450 common 350 to 375 Best cows 450 to 475 good 400 to 450 common to fair 250 to 350 Feeding cattle in good demand 500 to 525 good Has to 485 light 400 to 4 25 Best bulls 375 to 400 good 3 25 to S3CO light 300 to 325 Shipping cattle very dull reports from the East being bad Best shippers 560 to 585 good 530 to 540 light 500 to Si25 Prospect bad for shipping cattle for this week Receipts of hogs fair prices 10 to 15 cents lower Best butchers 065 to 680 packers 050 to 665 light 030 to 040 shoats 600 to 615 Receipts of sheep are light demand also light advices from the East not good Best 5 25 to 550 good 450 to E475 common 300 to 350 Iambs 420 to 550 Yours etc KIDD BREWER Live Stock Commission Merchants Herewith we reprint some interest jug stock items from the Georgetown NewsEnterprise of Feb 10 1888 JBrokeTobacco 17 cents Pair mules 250 Eleven head work mules to Carrithers Beard S1825 average of 166 Mule quotations 14 to HI hands i0to90 143 to 159Oto110 15 to 15 lIOto125 151 toIOlGOto165- At the sale of stock of tho lato Isaac Wingate horses sold from SIO to 135 mules i8 to 118 cows 24 to 52 heifers cents per pound Comparing the above figures with the heartbreaking prices of today what ought every farmer and stockman to do Simply vote for the single stan thirdin your mind HE WAS HANDICAPPED Old Gentleman dictating an indig nant leUerSir My stenographer being a lady cannot take down what I think of you I being a gentleman cannot think it but you being neither can easily guess my thoughts Youths Companion SlOP Coughingi Every cough makes your throat more raw and Irritable Every cough congests the lining membrane of your lungs Ceasetearing yourthroat and lungs in this way Put the parts at rest and give them a chance to heal You will need some help to do this and you will find it in Age s CIICITq pectoral From the first dose the quiet and rest begin the tickling In the throat ceases the spasm weak ens the cough disappears Qo not wait for pneumonia and consumption but cut short your cold without delay Dr Ayers Cherry Pee tettl Plaster should be evertheluDgSoCeveryerSK Write to theDoctor Unvual cpportDUlIl4 and long cx perlluce qulf1 u tor you medIcal athIce Wrlle rtlrlars rour ca ezperlenuhe ox as YlII scelvO a proznpITep7 coAMHM DR 7iowcll s- sSiuti t H QIe j OALA5CLUThIY PURE A DEFENSE OF STATE BOARD OP EDUCA TIO- NHAUR0DSBuIIG r KY Feb 16 99 Ed Climax MY DEAR SmIn your Issue of the 8 Inst under the caption Two Ridiculous Questions Asked at Teachers Elimination you in your usuahly vigorous style and upon seemingly good grounds removed great patches of cuticle fromthe State Board of Examiners one of which I am whom You cited as instances of the Boards incompetoncetwojiroblems approved by the State Board of Education The tirst one read as follows Bought 275 barrels sugar for 45375 and sold it at 3 G2 a barrel what did it bring a barrel Of course the problem1 as it reads is meaningless but it seems to me that any county board of examiners ought easily to arrive at the intentions of the State Board In cases where such errors as this one may occur and make such corrections as in their judgment eeeui advisable I cant wholly excuse this and many other errors that crept in last year but will say in defense of the sUperintend- ent and other members of the Board that our troubles last year were legion duel of which was we had a ilow printing firm that was not equipped for the business and it was with the greatest difficulty that we were enabled to furnish the questions at all And besides the Supt was overworked with his bicnnial report a document- of of nearly 800 pages lie also had on bis hands extra work a suit against the city of Louisville for false listing which by the way he won thus saving to the other schools of Kentucky about 50000 fiftysix thousand aununally Iwould also like to say a word to those who are unacquainted with the amount and character of tile work required of the State Board We are called upon each year to furnish about 1800 eighteen hundred questions principally o n eleven branches We are supposed to ask none sensible questions not to repeat any and not to ask any in the exact language of the book Also the questions must be reasonable general no catches go difficult enough to meet with the heartiest approval of the educated crank easy enough for all applicants to get a firstclass They must not overreach the most in competent county boards they must come up to the standard of the most uptodatecounty boards They must not be the same as last year and the year before they must not differ too much from last year and the year before They must be along the same lines as indicated by the former State Board but they must not bo like the former State Boards Aud last but not least they must be gotten out in time to eend to all the counties in Ky but they must not be gotten out in time for thieves to break through aud steal and sell But it is in the second problem that you unintentionally do the State Board an injustice It Teads as fol lows A field has two of its four sides parallel and two not parallel i distance between parallel sides 75 rous length of nonparallel eidesSO and 110 rods respectively j find area in acres You say that you have submitted this problem to the foremost mathematician in Kentucky and he and oth ers pronounces it incapable of solu tlonNowI am forced to believe that the persons to whom you submitted the problem passed judgment hurriedly and without really waking an attempt- to solve it At first glance it does appear impossible But you till see from the diagram and solution submitted that it is a very simple problem merely involving a knowledge of the rightangle trlaujle taught In all arithmetics I hope you can print the diagram and solution if you cant please sub mit it to tho parties that pronounced M incapable of solution The answer Is 2538 acres I am inclined to think that the per sons to whom you submitted it after n hurried examination took the view that the problem should reneiand the par allel sides 80 and 110 rods Either seems simple and fair And it docs not require a knowledge of Geometry as some may think tp soke U either way Jtl llttB- elieving that you will not hesitate to print the foregoingthus righting an unintended wrong as to believe I ammost respectfully CHAS W BEIL Member of State Board of Examiners P8I am unable to get any other solution to tIme problem In fact I feel safe iu saying that there is no other for that reason it is not an indeterminate problem W DELL Rejoinder to foregoing will be found on Inside pageEdCUAX Mr 8 A Packlery Editor of the Micanopy fta Hustler with his wife and children suffered terribly from La Grippe Ono Minute Cough Cure was the only remedy that help then It acted quickly Thousand of oibera use this remedy as a specific fiLa Grippe udJt exhmotw1teiem W cj C BAKING POWDER i LiJ A SAD CASE I will tell you how it is said the pbysiclangrown up stepdaughter nnd I married that widow Then my father met our stepdaugh ter and married her That made my wife the motherinlaw of her father In law anti made my stepdaughter my stepmother and my father became my stepson See- Theiimy stepmother the stepdaugh ter of my wife had a son That boy was of course my brother because lie was my fathers son but he was alsO the son of my wifes stepdaughter and therefore her grandson That made me grandfather of my stepmother Then my wife had a son My motherinlaw the stepsister of my son is also his grandmother be Myfntberbecause lila stePsister is his wife I am the brother of my own son wha is also time child of my grandmother I am my mothers brotherInlaw my wifes is her own childs aunt my son is my fathers nephew and I am my own grandfatherand I cant stand It Truth A Thousand Tongues Could not express the rapture of Annie E Springer of 1125 Howard st Philadelphia Pa when she found that Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption had completely cured her of a hacking cough that for many years had made life a burden All other remedies and doctors could give her no help but she says of this Royal Curekitsoon removed the pain in my chest and Ian now sleep soundly something I can scarcely remember doing before I feel like sounding its praises throughout the Universe So will every one who tries Dr Kings lie Discovery for any trouble of the Throat Chest or Lungs Prlc SOc and 100 Trial bottle free at Perry Thomas Drug- Store every bottlo guaranteed 5 InterCollegiate Base Ball The Kentucky InterCollegiato Base Ball Association has been organized and a series of games arranged to decide the championship of Kentucky The schedule is as follows April 7 CC vs S C Lexington j April 8 K U vs G C Georgetown April 15 S Cvs G C Lexington C U vs K U RIchmond April 22 K U vs S C Lexington C Cvs C U Richmond April 29 C U vs G C Georgetown K U vs C C Danville May 6 S C SoC U Richmond C 0 vs G C Danville May 13 S C vs K U Lexington O C viuC U Danville May 20 S C vs C C Danville G C vs K U Lexington May 278 Cva G C Lexington K U vs C C Lexington Juno 3 C U vs G C Richmond LexingtonjGLast year C U won the champion ship in base ball foot ball find defeated Center in joint debateall of which was an eminent sufficiency for one year although not the flirt time Robbed the Grave Mrisubject is narrated by him as follows I was in a most dreadful condition My skin was almost yellow eyes sunk en tongue coated pain continually in back and sides no appetite gradually growing weaker day by day Three physicians had given me up Fortunate ly a friend advised trying Electric Bit ters and to my great joy and surprise the first bottle made a decided improvement I continued their use for three weeks and am now a well man I know they saved my life and robbed the grave c another victim No one should fail to try them Only 50 cents per bot le at Perry Thomas Drug Store Suc cesors to W G White 5 FOR THE CAT Doctor said he Im the victim of insomnia I cant sleep if there is the least noiso such as a cat on back fence for instance This powder will be effective replied the physician after compounding a prescription When do I take it doctor You dont take it Give it to the cat In a little mIlk- Coughing Injnres and inflames sore lungs One Minute Cough Cure loosens the cold allays coughing nd heals quickly The best cure for children Douglas Wells PANOLA Twas a famous cold snap No work has beendoue on the farms hero this winter wayfroutWheat ia frozen out some but there is enough for a fair crop if it lioKld suffer u more 3 t yaread irlpwLittleaM1d MI ayb5Psiwd- Ydat I tT w Ito= CORRESPONDENCE IRVINE Eitlll County Miss Fanny Wilson is visiting her grandmother Mrs Lane countyboyshowe Sunday on a special train CityMoneaday to spondA few days with his parents before leaving Kentucky Misses Louise Vaughn Maudo Mill er and Messrs Harry Shepherd and Joe Vaughn visited Miss Annie Wa gers at ML Scratchum this week Mr Souls closed the Bucking Fac tory during the extreme cold weather He spent most of this week with his parents at Clav Cit who are elderly and fast declining in health Mr and Mrs Sam Vaughn and Miss Louise Vaughn returned to their home at Hardwicks Creek Thursday They were accompanied by Miss Judith Tudor who will visit her sister Mrs Vaughn Mr Oscar Park of Middlesborough was in Louisville week on busi ness He agreeably surprised his reIn tives and friends by making a short visit to the town of his childhood be fore returning to MMdlesborough It has been some time since Mr Park was in Irvine and many had changed so Manydiscussionsdnlged in and greatly enjoyed by alii We are only sorry Mr Parks stay in our little town was so limited TlIB MOUNTAINEER The Kidney Conplcxton The pale sallow sunkencheeked distressedlooking people you so often meet are afflicted with Kidney Com plexionTheir kidneys are turning to a parsnip color So is their complexion They may also have indigestion or suffer from sleeplessness rheumatism neuralgia brain trouble nervous ex haustion and sometimes the heart acts badly The cause is weakunhealthy kidneys Usually the sufferer from kidney disease does not find out what the trouble is until it is almost too late because the first symptoms are so like mid sickness that they do not think they need a medicine of a doctor until they find themselves sick in bed Dr Kilmers SwampRoot will build up and strengthen their weak and dis eased kidneys purify their diseased kidneypoisoned blood clear their complexion and soon they will enjoy bet tf healthYou get the regular sizes at the drug store at fifty cents and one dollar or you may first prove for yourself the wonderful virtues of this great discovery SwampBoot by sending your ad dress to Dr Kilmer Co BIngham- ton N Y for a sample bottle and a book that tells all about it both sent to you absolutely free by mail When writ ing kindly mention that you iend this liberal offer in Too Richmond CLIMAX V NOTICE The first Edition of The Empire of the South having been exhausted a Second Edition will be ready for dis tribution by or about March 10 99 It is a handsome volume of about 200 pages descriptive ol the South and its vast sources beauurull y illustrated and regarded by critics as the most complete production of its kind that has ever been published Persons wishing to secure this work will please enclose to the undersigned 25 cents per copy which amount ap proximates the cost of delivery Re mittances may be made in stamps or otherwise Adtlrcss all communications on this subject to W A Turk Gen Pass Agt Southern By Washington D C Dream ol The Hobo Id never go to sleep agin If I thort Id have nother nightmare like that sighed the weary hobo Was it horrible The horriblest I ever I dreamed I wortn keg o hard cider and wor a workin Detroit Free Press A welldressed gentleman walked in to a cigar store Let mo have a good importedjcigar please he said We have no imported cigars replied the dealer who is a redhot ex pansionist i we have some fine Cuba and Manilla brands but no foreign goods Polite Shopman showing goods Here is something I would like to call your attention to madam Its the la test thing out Mrs Roundtree absentlyIf theres anything out later than my husband Ill take it i only as a curiosity Illus trated American FENDING THE NATION Catarrh isourcoun- ryenemy Lagrippe lung troubles and other diseases of k tho mucous mem brano take hold of our people and fatal results follow with alarming fre qneney All of these troubles jt arc catarrh an- dcannot ezkt wkere the membrane are clean sad iealthy Mrs Lou DY Fayettevtlle Tenn tella I her letter how Dr Uartana great catarrh remedy Pereaa cured her of la grippe sad Ktioaa lull com plication She says I was afflicted with a disease eom monly known as la grippe two years ago tho doctors said I had consump tion I got one bottl of Peruna and the second night DIY cough stopped I took several bottles and I will say that I believe Iwould be a dead woman BOW if it had not been for Peruna Mary M Pruitt Palp Mo says Peruna Medici Co Columbus O I had la grippe for three successive years it seemed to get a tighter hold OB me each year It seemed IWaIIla the jaws of death What lid helped tae before would not do me wy good t wa a4verti cBi tof PerHiM I ca ea two 1itM1e a4 ened me I hv at felt sajr agpISSII uceY- O y ww In aa way rw i Vp i I il il ci if1- NERVOUS WEAK I DISEASED MEN- i2NOCURENOPAY TilE NEW METHOD TKEATMEXT poettivefySexual Ulsrnto It Is the result of years experience In tho treatment of these diseaecr- WE CURE SYPHILIS This tcniblo EUxxl rotron the terror NEWTIUArlotah ThcrmnjriiiinyourtyUiu lfyou lavo ores In tho Iuoulhor tongur pains ia Ibo joliitj roro throat hair or eyebrows falling out i InlIClor blotches rtnmach arbe cle you hare tboeceoudaTystsgo e1 1Iroo loiizm Wo olict the mod obtlnato case rultblIeo o tho I world for tsao wo accept fur treatment and cannot cure Uy our trcalmeuttho nicer heal tho hair crows ogata pain dlrapncar thofkin bocomiJi healthy anti- niarriago r POSSibio and Ltc IjCURESGUAftANTEED t young an men have their ripirnnl vitality rapped oy early nbufcj later cifcmr mental we No mustier the enure our Ntir Method Treatment the refu- seWECURElMPQTENCYl J And reftororll parts to ft normal condi tion Ambition lifo anti energy era newed and one feels limeei a man amoDKinen Erery core Ii treated mdi Tidnally nocurcall Lenco our wonderful incccH No matter what ails you consult n confiJenlially We can fur nUh bank bonds to guarantee to accom pliih what wo claim 250000 CURED We treat and rare EMISSIONS VAKICOCELK IlLKKTl STRICrUlU IMPOTENCY SKJRFi 1 fnnvsniTAiinvFIIKE If unable In call writ for QUESTION BLANK fur JIOJ1E TlUJAXMEJfTr RS- KENNEDYS KERGAN 122 Wa Fourth St CINCINNATI O KK KK KK K Paint For Sale We have an un limited quantity of black paint suitable for barns Iron Fences Gutters c Will sell in any quantity at a very low price For particulars call on or address 1111V1a1or a Lit Wc Jan- 2S3inDnigs we db not handle because we know nothing adout the businessbutPli7n zts We make sell and apply After more than 30 years actual practical experience in the making selling and puttlafIU of paint we feel somewhat that we know some thing more about the business than those who have for a short time as clerks and dealers been veiling over the counter paints canned and keged of which they were unacquainted with the quality of the contents We guarantee to give to the people of this and adjoining coun ties better paints that win produce better re suits for less money than any concern this side of the larger cities Now make a list of paints wanted from White Lead on get figures from all then get our figures and t we are not lower and give yon better goods than any one else we promise you that we wont ask you to buy InspectionOE QIL WILLOIiO 2W L S11X STREE- TniCUMOND KY wThe largest and only exclusive wholesale and retail dealer in Paints Wan Paper Win dow Shades Window Glass Varnishes Brushes Artist and PaInters upplles generally stock the largest and prices always the lowest DOTO THE English Kitchen 12 W Short St Lexington Ky w XJ1lXJLSrmr1te Regular meals 25 cent Lodging 25 cents Most convenient and central located hotel In the city Fine equipped bar in cosnection kkkL4AA BO YEARS EXPERIENCE TiUDC MARKS i IDCMOMit rYy4 CoPffiIGI4Ts Ae Anyone rending Ii stetel cud d lee y ctlonslltrlctlcolUlMIitW sent treeOldat sx1- siaUnta cioi 5 co Ttelis nMec the Sdtndlk RrkawA bniI Ontel 11IrMS4 we r cuJMtIIt ot aur e4si e Joa a ear four eiqL JHff t FOR SALE The executor of Lee Jake White deceased otters for sale privately about io Ai of Lana thebalanceand Dudley TrIbble The latter Is in bluegrass and has not yearsAddress John G Cole Ex BoX 259 Winchester Ky Jan42m IS BOTH HEALTHFUL AND PLEASURABLE and you can also say extreme ly comfortable when you are driving in one of our easy and handsome Buggies and Ph tons Our stock of fine carriages is unsurpassed for beauty style durability and general superiority and we are selling them at prices that will surprise you quality considered JOHN DONELSON == News and Opinions sSSOFS National Importance The Sun2LONE Contains Both MM Daily by mail a 6 a year Daily and Sunday by mail 8 a year cCc 5a 5 IS THE GREATEST SUNDAY NEWSPAPER IN TIlE WORLD Price 5 cents a copy By mall SLOG a year Address THE SUN New Yo- rkURflINBACKS or Government Money At close of our Civil War in 1865 there appeared in the London Times the following policyAmerican Republic during the late Civil War in that country should be come 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 precedentinthe world The brain and wealth of all countries will go to North America THAT GOVERNMENT MUST BE DESTROYED OR IT WILL DESTROY EVERY MONARCHY ON THIS GLOBE The famous Hazzard circular to capitalists in New York and the Buell Bank circular to United States Bank ers both emanating from London and the fabulous corruption fund raised in England and Germany estimated at 1500000 were the agents that se cured the closing of our mints against silverThe walk 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 mentNotwithstanding the famine price of wheat the Spanish War and fabulous expenditures of money by our goldhasand all other values decreased in the same proportion For a thorough understanding of the money or silver issue uniformlygivcnexplain and produce all facts and truth It is a paper that ought and can be read by all classes with pleasure and profit H1Hosha1Co1Commission Merchants Qittlo legs mi Slump UNION STOCKYARDS CINCINNATI 0 TELEPHONE 7346 a9All information regarding1 live stock cheerfully furnished Consign your slock direct to us eept7ly ++U1LL AT ++++ JrttSALOON WREN nTTOWM 9 refreshingofdrinks in the city are dispensed by Sliptodate and accommo dating clerks OfMftt ftwafcf Water ke4p M TIIp Si11I1oEP- hon S Second St r 5k 71fOHllONIJtX1 Ii j 1weDont Want a Cent 4 1Of your money unless you get value received for iL For that reason we are always glad to have you look around the store and learn how much better you can do here than anywhere else p S BedroomSuites l itCDI r ptL I r I ICD J J cJ-la ck0 1 1 In BirdsEye Maple Mahogany Golden and Antique Oak Beautiful Brass and Folding Beds W Elegant Sideboards siExtension and Center Tables Odd Dressers Chiffoniers Parlor Cabinet Book Cases Hat Racks Etc EtcIThere is also on display in my store the most i Aitelegant display of Morris Chairs ever brought to Richmond My selection of Rocking Chairs and Moquette Roxberry and Axminster Carpets cannot riACorduroy just received from the city Clothes Hampers Scrap and Work Baskets L Jia Smyrna and Wilton Rugs are also attract ive additions to our business JI If you are a lover of beauty it will pay you to k i call and iny line of Framed Pictures Me dallions c We also make a specialty of JJframing picturesjm kacxtc 1joand funeral director It will pay you to t1f wrcall on me before purchasing elsewhere t1 SI NEVILLE MOBERLEYJ Successor to J S Collins 83NIGHT PHONE 23S jJI V vif j e A BOON TO MANKIND I D TABLETS BUCKEYE PILE I I 1HllErCURE 11101 A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBES DY MAIL 75 CENTS BOTTLES 60 CENTS j JAMES F BAlliRD SoIa Proprietor 310 North Main Street ST LOUIS MO h For sale by PERRY THOMAS Druggists Janl5ly Madison Monumental Works ui ESTABLISHED 1863 1 JAMES T HAMILTON PKOPBIETOII i Monuments Tombs Headstones Statuary and Foreign and American Marble and Granite + + + + 4 + + +FINE WORK A SPECIALTY +++ 4 Those who are contemplating buying Marble Granite or any kind of Cemetery Work will find it to their interest to call at time old stand in tho rear of the M E Church on Irvine Street where they will find constantly on hand f a largo stock of finished work to select from at prices to suit all clnssos of buyers 1fIln W G UOUOHER one of time best workmen in Central Kentucky is charge ot our establishment awl this means satisfactory work in every Parties living at a distance should write to us for designs which will be furnished on application EIr YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITEDl J7MES D HK7VTIITON Proprietor REPAIRING AND A SPECIALTY TIMEINO PINE WATCHES All Work Guaranteed L E LANE JEhTEIJEE OPTICIAN 2ND STREET RICHMOND KY REMEMBERP You can buy more GROCERIES for less moxcyiat THURMANS than anywhere on Earth ifI as a ll QOLAXDCLgLPSIDE if TUURMAN GHOCEEY CO sRICH1hIOND p L 11J c hi Xi T1 The Richmond Climax JCCHFNAULTtSPOpIctOSSfld4iOtL C B WOODS Associate Editor WEDNESDAY MCII 199 rCBUSHKUXVCRY WEDNESDAY BY The Climax Printing Co PRICK PER YEAR 150 will miidbardlyboto Rutsoll Asbistos strAlgerFrou a friend in the land of flowers tho CLIMAX learns that Jack Frost failed in his efforts to hit Florida be low the orange beltISEVEN hundred Philippine warriors fighting for independence were slain by tha American troops one day last week At that rate benevolent as simihition will begin where total ex termination leaves ofT OVB year ago last Saturday wheat brought Oo per bushel Last Satur bytherenecessitated false show of prosperity which even wheat producers did not for the had sold before tothethaJudgethat nearly every Republican in Ken priingAnd heres fearing the place will be awarded to the man with the biggest instead of the bi st audicialTHE Franklin Favorite thus jests serwithYesterday was tho birthday of Father George I le was born 167 years ago and according to all reports was one of the most old MiIiiramostin 1narrif e IIIiJ married a win tidoworslowjuCLICOMMKXD us to time Kentucky editor who like B J Newlon spurus tho ira putatlon that whisky has given creat lieS to our Cornuionwealth In a witty and wonderful speech in Congress lately Champ Clark used this language Whether the inspiring cause is the climate the soil the water the lime todoCommenting upon time above Mr Kcwlon says This is but another way of putting that old sa g about pretty women fast horses and good whiskey which is a downright insult to women and horses Mr Cktik knows well enough that no Kentuckian or Missourian either as ratodowhiskyhave however reached wonderful heights in spite of whisky Had they kept from under its influence there is no tolling what tlaIIIIJht have achieved TJIK Louisville Commercial is the Aonlytilt temerity to attack the Whisky Com bine And it is daily exposing the in wnrdnessjof tit scheme which it says will eventuate in a groat scoop of the distillers whereby they will simply buy their own properties and pay Mr Stnll a handsome commission on Ibe tianaction This is one of many eye openers of the Commercial ands commend it to our local distillers for their contemplation Again wo feel constrained to remark on behalf of time distillers of this State who have given Mr Soil options on their properties that they would like to see the color of his money We should be glnd to see some millions of cuM cash unloaded in Kentucky in ex change fur a choice assortment of our tauglefoot factories but thCre will be- n profit for anybody in swapping real state and valuable machinery for handsomely engraved stock certificates in a New Jersey corporation that al ready smacks wore of water than of whiskey LJ8mwerLO J LEXINGTON ICyb Morris Chairs No one has succeeded yet in designing AN EASY CHAIR that for all around service gives more solid comfort and contentment than the Morris Chair So Its USUS sayS AtAny RtFWe do not agree with that sarcastic Frenchman who called American home life vAchair house coat and slip 10persdoubt that in trinity is found one of the outward and visible forms of domestic happiness E2TYou cannot invest money in a chair that will give jou as much satisfaction TRY ONE YOU WILL LIKE IT Wet have put six on special sale this weekoAt 675lOak or Mahogany frames any color of cushion LfiHrowerCoJ MAIN AND BROADWAY I LEXINGTON 1ya- epU1 THE country is evidently laboring under the mistaken Idea that the Washington imvestigatioh is Into the quality of beef tarnished the soldiers It is carried on for time purpose of as certaining it there is any way to pun Miles for daring to commit lease majeste with Mr Alger as the offended one THE Columbia Herald proposes to publish a list of girls who can cook wash and iron Better publish the names of the yonng men who dont chew smoke drink gamble and swear It wouldnt take half as much space might induce one of trie cooks to taongncePost ASIDE from its politics which are as rank as high weeds in warm weather the Louisville Commercial is printing some mighty interesting and at the same timo wise and editorials al fecenthome town It is to bo regretted that these utterances have a general appli cationso widespread is the evil of mis governed cities A volume fs condensed into this one paragraph from the Commercial Louisville is wonderfully endowed by nature It is pitifully handicapped 0mandthem by their own servants When will they rise up and overwhelm the forces that are shutting out its chance grow THERE is an almost universal belief t private individuals have no rights t corporations are bound to respect AS these organizations obtain their vileges from government and as a t is based the con se blntcor are first and last Clli guersnorance of his rights or fearful of as ting them when opposed by corporations every citizen should know bis exact relation to these organizations and maintain his rights Upon this subject Mr Bryan in an address before tho unesota Legislature last week admi biy states time case As a legislator myself for a very short me I felt inmeasuredge questions because If we were m pieritsinto an exhaustive study of the new questions which arise from time and there is such a rule It is one you can accept no matter what part be lo sengdealing with the fictitious person called a corporation you can not afford give that fictitious person any higher r ght or privilege than we give to the natural personseThe created big inanIs not entitled to greater consideration at the hands man than is time individual created bj Almighty God and placed here to carry out the divine will In other words when wo come to deal with the corpo tion we Iiaye got to seo to it that it es not exact from the Legislature any greater privilege than we are willing to afford to the individualS PERSONAL Mr II B Hanger at rlingtonoCol C D Chenault was in Cinciu natl Sunday Lexingtou withfriends GWMajor Matt Adams of Winchester is visiting Mrs B W Turner severaldaMiss Flora Samuels of Lexington is visiting Miss Anne Bennetth seeraldasentertlinedthe withhisentertained theIleft yes erday for a business trip to Pineville Mr A R Todd of Kingston has gone to Cincinnati to buy machinery y euleher Mr Richard Stoll of Lexington was TribbleMr and Mrs C E Smith left Saturday for Cincinnati to be gone several days Miss Katherine Cohen of s i titreetMrs Carpenter of Stanford is the guest of her daughter atMadison Institute CyntbianaIsII Hart Mrs Georgia P Duncan of Danville is visiting the of Mrs a C rookebCityMossouri 0 W Pig spentBeveral VersailleslOwenStrotherast week ofherifth StreettStatlonlefther parnts Rollidaysisit friends ofMrsburg last week homelateBaltimore Mr Jeff Morgan of Whites Station courtinspentSunclayJohn D Harris Satnrdayiu Cincinnati yesterdayforf spring millinery M Benny White was admitted as a itslasto Larkinfi Will Myers last week Mrs R E TurIe entertained at din ner Thursday evening in honor of Mr and Mrs Joe ChennUlt Mtiterlinglather who is critically IllsMr William Hocker of Kansas Oity atDrcuniDIoAlbert Boeeof BrasfieldleH Satar day tot MWUlttown bat will paotw = Lci C Durabtttty is Better Than Show J The wealth of the multiof millionaires is not equal good health Riches without health are a curse and yet the rich tile middle classes and the poor alike have inHoods SaWersapariltasistant in getting and main ming perfect health It ne neaverScrofulaThree year ago our son now eleven had a serious case of scrofula and Ing ofandwa six Mteenperfectlye DAVID LAZED Ottawa Kansas neaNauseayearsHadsleep My age was against mt but Hoods we Sa leightram the mother of so sonwellStWashington onrhel hapedwhich soon cured Mae A VAN WXCK 123 Montgomery Street Paterson N J NeWfDfsappamts Jloods rill cure Ilrer till the nonlrrltatlng and only cathartic to take with ilooda Sarupaiilla coyMrs W T Lafferty and Mrs arence Lebus of Cynthiana are ests of Mrs M M Harber Mrs C F Domain entertained at dinner Friday evening in honor of Miss Susan Hume and her guests Miss Maydwell of Carapbellsyille is visiting Mrs G M Willging on West Main street and Mrs A M White C fehenaultrow to be the guests of Miss Booker Misses Helen and Laura Bennett en eveninJrin Th3lissturn next weekromn Washington stop ng over a short while at huntington Miss Maria Lewis Booker of Louis ville who wqs the guest last week of homESaturdayOn eenln elventhill give its next German Mr W B Shackelford will timirsf enJrand niece rLexingtonll qhcharmingr lifriendsher return Mr Spencer Smith of Harrodsbur was the guest of his brother Mr Mer riweather Smith of C U last Tuesday CUonSaturday jjwhichcasthathe plbelowhelloWe are in receipt ol a delightful lot ofLuracommunicationregret he imposes silence upon us Mr and Mrs T J Smith Jr will shortly begin housekeeping in the Sin mons property on avenue hebousecomplete the interior will be one of the beautifulhomesW D Weatlierford of West Lincoln was in Danville Monday Mr Weath sojourninnowlookingfor a long time Danville Advocate SundayforIn his absence his practice will be V1osst tinate course in Medicine and Surgery At a meeting in Washinuton City unanimouslyelected JamesBgreat Commoner Her election is a manyfrfeJlds honorLexingtonMiss Susan Hume was hostess at a 1yeveninlDIlOveralloclock after which delightful refreshments were served Then beautiful prizes were awarded and all present f delightul100 Reward 100oThe readers of this paper will bepleased to learn that there is at least hasbeen isthobeingaCatarrhG surfacesIt righeconstitution and assisting nature in do ing Its work proprietors have so thatthey forlistAddress F J CIIENBV Co To ledo Ohio Sold by Druggist 75 cents Halls Family Pills are tho best lin MARRIED RedHousoander and Miss Mondy Collins were MartinRobcrtChristianofcounty and Miss Lena Thompson of this county were in Louisville last Ihurmmd- ayFnAlCiLtCSBCv Graham Frank and Miss Emma Lucas will be married RevCoftheIs well known and highly thought of in this county Ho was a schoolmate at Ky Universityof RovJ Robert now IhursqaYaFternoon dence of the brides parents Capt and MauliGKeithed in marriage Roy Jasper 1C Smith whichMrin Fayette Tho bride was for sometime organist at the Second Pros voicethatpubliccntcrtntnments Her Jiasbaea otGooclIet ycisgmana ii i1 r BIRTHS CiiEXAULTt Congratulations are be lrsJ1h03OouslasaIker time advent Friday last a 10pound sort Ills fathers indus and his mothers toorn tiamentman DEATHS PAKKES Mrs Parkes died on dnesday last at theuliome of her son aw Win Hagannear Kirksville Funeral ceremony bv Rev Thos S thERichmondrly 86 years of age and wra all LEI a consistent member of the Ihi tIstHarrJParkesKansas City Mo The death of another saint occurred last Wednesday wh re owardhaCbeenchurch and besides many friends she leaves four children Mrs Elizabeti lIrsLucyWm Martin of Fayetto county wealthiest tillOslaslFallwouliJhave halbeenrniserrand leaves a fortune worth S50 lIrsW111and Mr Joe S Boggs of this city and Middiesborough LIin aftyernoonJoplinHume Nuplials lIrJosephtiltbrhlesHarbor on High street There will be no Ltattendantsw witnesses immediate relatives of e contracting parties In tact the ceremony performed by Rev T ta ostemtionscent bereavements in the bridoVfamily e bride who is the young widow of late Curtis BurnanvHume was tle Miss Rella Harber one otihe inost sociutbellesa stranger hero having visited his rela Whiteillers fOielevenUnior1lrItic lielistedg ationed at Manila with a Nebraska giment of which he was secretary toe Quartermaster lIe obtained an- onorable discharge and returned to America on Feb 1C anti the re OniaTuhedepartlnlforRichmond after a shunt visit to relatives KntElHh1arQat The Wallers Parly iTTJi ljh winjarticle concerning the whehavede some of the finest portraits over 8 own in Richmond was taken from the Mt Sterling Gazette TJiese popular artists mentioned in reVious issues and who came to Mt- terling so highly recommended are mthisc p suchhancegrade so artistically and beau tHuli atSamuelJUdjtEBthe twin daughters of Bruce Duty All agree that better work not be praisEforassistants have tho faculty of catching lidelitycompleted for Mrs J M Pickrell a por o RichiartfJ Band and wife for Mayor Baird a i ofhethe making of a potrait of the late Ellis tintypeMr Wattors added about 20 years age t tportrnltthat partiesDrDeanplaced an order for a duplicate picture of his lather The Faculty Firm An nteresting controversy among bythoago the societies empowered the six contestants for tho honor of represent InterCollegiate AccordingltheMr Harry Moffctt a popular student theLonorto deprive him of time honor and they threatenodthe needlesshardfair minded students who t ofheweredrawnopposing sides was so close that Onat est Mr Moffett was sustained by but o timoKnockereselves into believjng that a chairman of recognizedHero choiceforsKnockershould membersbacIrin onetilsmember of either literary society As qualifiatioriSare several precedents to sustain Mr MolTetts election the boys were dead wrong and had to act ugly without a appearedbefore upimeldMrdeservedly popular gentleman will Fridaythe insubordinate that they have it is reported dcciddct to ocqmcsce and- rea saying nothing which is alike creditable to them and to the boy the calf ran over a long Jiengo Awarded Highest Honors Worlds Fair DR iicECREAM BAKING 1O1WDLRMOST Ir trom40 YiAKS THf STAMPAK 1 i 4 1 AHEPLYJ THE STATE BOARD OF EXi r rns ii ffi lIontusfaOur ned clslllus 0 cNTLE51ANOn February 8 tIme CLIMAX called ne Board ci Examiners and Superintendent Davidson to account in the fol lowing article ltIDJO rAnts QUI TJOXS nrcllri w arithmetichichwere SuperIntendentthe State Board of Education is guilty of approving them then the woodcocks ofUltfor153i5what did it bring a barrel sidesparallelRnb lengthfacresThis to he forenTbst mathmatickin in Ken pronouncest Itbarrelf cheapButlies before xi E ofducation thatbavecommon schools examinations On our first page today we print a re ply to the above from a member of your Board Prof Chas W Boll of HarroilgburgjWho says he mid the other member Prof Clarke of Hindmaif are responsible for the questions to which the CLIMAX took exception Replying to the gentlemans com inuuication the CLUIAX sues no reason whatever for receding from its position f taken with perhaps more positivity thaw politness and consequently we efand pat on our original proposition Tho questions are silly arid dismissing the first one with Prof Bells charac terization of it as ineammixmg1we turn to the catch problem about the farm We pronounced it incapable oJ solution in other words that there is no one proper answer to ithut an in finite number Therefore it is an indeterminate proposition and wo are surprized that the State Board of Examiners should propound to school chil dream such a question which Prof Dell alleges is incapable of but one correct solutionaver that it is susceptible of not only one nnswer but a million a- bi11i6un fact there is no limit to the number To prove first that the pro fessors solution is not the only one we present this diagram which speaks for itself It maintains every given dimension specified in tho original question and yet is absolutely as cor rect as the one on our first page to which Praf Bell clainisa patent light Just reread this problem and compare it with our diagram A field has 2 of its 4 sides parallel and 2 not parallel distance between parallel sides 75 rods length of non parallel sides 110 and SOro respective find area in acres Now haying refuted his claim that there is no other solution except his we proceed to demonstrate by the fol lowing diagram the limitless number of possible solutions Observe that we present above in black lines the only solution time professor is able to give In solving his rightangleISince time length of tire parallel sides is not given right there the problem anIso long as the given dimensions are preserved The length of the parallel sides not being given we lave a right to assume them to be any length we wish There fore we Can extend the parallel sUe ABtoAE to AG to AT mind so on to infinity The other parallel DC can likewise indefinitely extended to DF to DH or to DJ etc without in the slightest violating any of the specifica tions but retaining always the same distance between the parallels 75 rods and time length of the nonparallel lines SO and 110 roils respectively Hence evtry time we lengthen the parallel lines we increase the area and everytfnlo wo shorten the parallel lines we diminish tho area As we can lengthen or shorten the parallel lines at will on infinite number of times itis plain that we can get an Infinite number of answers and one of which will be correct fta another Summing up we reiterate tho ques tion belongs time class of indetermin ate problems and hencQ admits of more than one answer no one of which can bo called THE correct one furnishiughimself by drawing two rightangles whoso bases are not geometrically rare allel and iitbitrnrily assuming that there is no other wayto solve it One of thTque8llons Is meaning toss whlle tliO Other is indotormi nate a catch involves n knowledge of geometry pnd isnot a fit question to testacTjilbii knowledge of arithmetic Trof Bell lan not yet wrest from the venerable sctr lltol hero thoMitlo of the Foremopt MftthdmatldBu In Ken tucky Jtesp C S Woopg C fE HAVE PIENH OF COAl And can fill orders promptly Our Piae Knot and Straight Greek Coals can not be ex celled We also handle Hay Corn etc Tele phone 21 near R N I B BepQf lera Strictly Cash NEFFIL MILLION A5 Tues or War Sli riff Colyer Is determined to do his duty Levying and daybusinessare paid Look out for your pigs calves old clothes and dishes Fortify yourselves and be ready The death dayanddonLtaxes are a certainty Master Commissioner S Sale I z T Lamb Adcir of Ann Keene Plff Against John W Keene Etc Dfti EquItyDy of Sale of theJanuarycause the undersigned will on Monday March 6th 1899 Between the hours of oclock am and 12 oclock m at the Court House door In Rich beingMarch followInlrA certain tract of land lying in Madison county Ky on the waters of Otter Creek con thelandsTudor and being the same land conveyed to 1865TERMSapd 12 months equally The purchaser will be forthebearinglegallnteiestreserved upon said property until all the pur chase money is paid S Eo SCOTT Ofeb222w a I a a are 5c W a l I g your in + + to stop until to DB ++ now ti J And have a are to in than Now with Co your hand your jimeatlmen murders taking daily Pnntagraph Good argument you thus against expansion To civilize with the christianize with the cannon is not written in the Constitution of the United ho in and your subscri- ptIonPublic Sale of R B Cornell deceased o- nuthy MircA 25 the hour of 10 oclock am nn the premise one tulle from Rich on Big Hill pike offer for publicly the following prop erty One frame residence with about four 4 land The housn is in repair seven all necessary outbuild good orchard and is highly improved Also four acres unimproved land on side placeI1 set of harness 1 much row 1 piano and a of co TERMS All sums under 10 cash in band over that amount i j in six months balance in twelve months with interest at per cent immediately J B Administrator rjI3J Vulcan J Chilled iI PlowrnImi 4 J 7I7I7f7Jffim7I7I 7I7I I 71 Are you married 12 4 + + + +++ + ++4+++ + 4 4 + 4 + + + + 4 I mean to any particular house if so get divorce and buy where you can get the GOODS forjdLEAST MONEY Come to my store and convjnc yourself of the wonderful reductfon in Wf aps DrestJ 7J Goods Underwear Wool Hosiery Blankets Comforts WLandNotions of all kinds y L 71 DONT FORGET7 to That our line of Mens and Shoes are the most complete and best L in the city also carry good line of Clothing and Overalls ryif Istock of goods is to numerous too mention so will quote only few prices that now making them go Blankets 38c Vests 15c Allwool and 100 Soap 250 Always my advertisement can save yon I 1ltD OOWEN McKEE Cor Main and 1st Sts Richmond 71 1 I7F 1 I + HeHcHeIeaE I 7J +71+a LIYou tell folks that when in of anything the Hardware Tinware or Stove + line not they get the Old Reliable of SHACKELTTORD CO are buyingfor receiving the Largestand Most Complete Stock for tilE Spring trade that ever came to Richmond had experience the hardware business and they think they the peoples lwants They prepared sell anything the hardware line for less money you get the same anywhere when you not trading S keep on rabbit ffi foot and your eye peeled for hoodoos + D B SHACKELFORD Co 7ti illr 7 71 7F 7JI 71 7fU 7F7171 71 1 provoked place make also sword States Monday will Court Day renew administrator son will About month described twostory acres excellent rooms ings cistern laud south lot plows cash and Possession given GORNELISONf- eb225w BEST Boots for O They Our Goods AND+ Our Prices Compel you to trade withus when you give us a trial 1IfuID 1f1Bj rn thaIDIflD m ID ra IDIv lli1j n The ladies cannot be deceived by catchy phrases nor bombastic claims All we have to say is we buy in the best markets of the world select the la test goods and when you buy you know you have the latest uptodate goods Is that what you want If so trade with White AND Gi son f1 PLOWING TIME Is right at hand so is the And Bell Center utll II 8 ILiisCollarsg 6J Nails Wire Stoves Tinware Cutlery etc Jij i MR WM BUCKLEY our experienced tin J gutteringm jj W will iot e g UrHl 1riJIni Faylor Eros4l 4 jlL iiI i Rta l Jj- iiI1iin nIL jrj 4 ri 104 for to 500 upLadies t+ Ladies and up Ladies Hose 19c Spool Cotton le up Yard Spool Silk 1HandkerchiefsPerfume 5c a box and up yardClothing BJ Overcoats and up fft watch i money aTtcl 8 OOISI Ky f 7 t need House f4 They rir lifetime in know you can goods are just land Call I sale contains The 6 IJ1ItF II rMt1 nil L LI- DAYSLOERt rl OneFourth Off Clearing Sale RI I will last fill By the QCldryOu want the 1 benefit of the OneFourth t OFFOn aU Ueayy Goods suchas Suits OvercoatsSiioes Un derwear Hatse H1I STRENG J The CIttijcr Tile IIIer Tile Iater ILe Ftrskr n d i tTI tttt4iI tLONGERmim w And our GREAT SWEEP OUT SALE will be crowded put by our immense stock of Je t SPRING GOODS WHICH WILL SOON BEIN Out CUTPRICE SALE has been a grand sncccssTh6 public has been treated fua feast of bargains Our only aim was toclean out I our stock of Winter r Goods i and i make ready for ourt immense Spring Line W w havea variety of bargains stilLieft which are A V RerM to call and see the great cut in prices we are making on Hats Yours for good goods atlow prices A RICE ARNOLDSUCCESSORS TO WAlLACE RICE J 1t 1 fi The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY MClI I lSro Dr Hobson Dentist The best smoker the Proctor Knolt tigar Dr Vuught has been elected Presi dtnt of the Board of Health Eggs briny 30 cents a dozen But very few are to be halt at any price The Vulcan plow is guaranteed Two days trial allowed by Taylor Bros agents Uo and hear Dr Henson at Court House next Tuesday night March 7 on Fools See the ad ofVulcau chilled plow Be 11center cut Disc Harrow for sale by Taylor Bros Ballard Bro of Whites Station bought 35 hogs from Dr Wm Hocka dayat315 A turnpike is much desired from Kingston to Rod House says our Boar wallow letter Photo Buttons tho raging fad 25c or 3 for SOc at the new gallery over Moborloys storo feh22Bt Hioliuioiidri Cycle Club meots with Mr H J Streng Friday night Im portant business Wagers t Cohen bought of Zenie Cojb 30 head of 800lb heifers to ship this week at S3GO An Evening In Palestine by 1rof McGurvey with storeopticon views Friday night Coal is coal and costs money to buy Hereafter Coalmen Noll Million will sell only for cash toe ad The American and Spanish Navy will be pictured on canvass at the Court House Friday night Chas Whitlock was brought to the Infirmary Monday from Valley View to bo treated for bronchial trouble Mr Win Ballard bought of C D Chenault Saturday fourteen head of Shorthorn heifers Prico over SOQ Wagers Cohen bought of John Powell a 5yearold gray mare by Black Squirrel dam by Peavino Price 8050 WagoN t Cohen shipped to Cincin nati Tuesday a load ot cattlo and hogs and report a bad market owing to Lent Be sure anti get your picture taken at the now photograph gallery over Moberleys furniture store Photos for 25 cents fob22ot Handiig on ttiit telephone post in front of Nell McSwainVr store is the skin of a blaok opossum killed recently in jarrard The itreets of our city overhead are a network of wires telephone tcle graph and soon the electric light wires will he added In proof of the superiority of the Vulcan chilled plow Taylor Bros al low a two days trial and if notsatifac tory return them Heal lifelike views of battleships Spanish and American will bis shown at the Court House Friday night Ad mission only 25 cents 1 W Earing Co have tabhshed a flour supply houso at tho foot of Big Hilt lor the accommodation of their Jackson county trade Mr Underbill th Impersonator said Dr Hciisou IuIL right and will give you a line lecture At Court Court House Tussday March 7 Dr Henson is pastor of the First Baptist church in Chicago and the wittiest clergyman in the citroAt Court House next Tuesday night W A Arbucklu has invested 1000 in a bull and four heifers aUthorogh bred Hereford the first ever brought hither We wish him great success Tho meeting of the Ladies Mission Society of the Christian church will be held next Sunday It was postponed on account of sickness of some of the members The Baptist and Reflector of Nashville Term compliments Dr Honsoii as follows Dr Hciuons bet ure Wit the principal event of the week Fortunate all tho thcologuea who can hear him and study his wonderful power over an audience So manly and strong is ho co flexible and easy so full of good humor and cheer fumes and yet so full of earnestness and high moral pnrpose At Court House March Short Wheat Crop Madison farmers from all source claim that owing to the hard freezes the wheat crop will be almost an enliro failure only that sown very early will bi worth harvesting New Faces The Waters Party artists are very busy in their studio at the Hotel Glyn don making hue portraits of prowl nent citizens old and young They will show several new faces in a low days In iloberloys windows YTantcft A hustler to seJl anarticlo offering good profit A specialty for which there is n steady nut increasing de mand JJo samples required Good situation for right party Only those meaning business need apply A- d1resnufacturiCelandOllio fcul6t LOST A heavy plain gold ring Return to this ofllco and get liberal reward Paralyzed Mrs Henry R Pickels was summoned last week to tho bedside of her venerable father Mr C C Burton of Wilmorc Jessamino county he having suffered a stroke of paralysis 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 feb22lt Great Gilt To Kentucky University On Saturday last Robert Breckin ridge Halligan a former dupil of Pros J W McGarvey presented K II with 500000 Ilalligan is a wealthy copper mine owner of Chicago UARUEU ILYJIOUril TUUKS Twentyyears a breeder of this one variety stock better than ever before Roosters from E B Thompson New York Eggs 1C to 1 setting HOO Miss M F AKHUOKLK Silver Creek Madison Co Ky feblo3in Mores to Lawrcncsburg Mr F C Tevis of Kirksville having sold his torc to his brother Mr W W Tcvis has decided to move to Law rencebnrg where on March 5 he will open a general merchandise store He has confidence in the future of the capital of Anderson and will cast his lot among her good people with a determination to add to her commercial supremacy Winchester Court J A Ramsey auctioneer reports 500 cattle on the market 20 good steers weight 725 pounds at 4 25 steers weight 750 pounds 3250 14 plain yearlings 26 10 fair yearlings S25 19 500lb heifer 19 10 375lb heifers 4c common cows 2Jc ewes with 50 lambs 5 each for owes and lambs thrown in 800 lambs for first half of Juno and July delivery 5c Onethird of cattleleft unsold Wheat Not Much Hurt It incurious and surprising to see how well the growing wheat looks now after the recent extremely coM weather says the Lexington Gazette Even that sown late looks fresh and vigorous in the little furrows left by the drill And the crops which were put in earlier and covered the ground show but little of the blades frosted The snow has protected the plants and they are all right- Dangcrous Illness Mrs Win B Jones of Silver Creek was taken suddenly ill last Tuesday night and at this hour is still in a dan gerous condition LATEII She lied at noon yesterday and will be burled here at 1 oclock p in tomorrow Sue had meuengilis About the same time Mr Wm Simins the excellent blacksmith of Mr Jno Donelson waa taken violently ill and is threatened with pneumonia Telephone Line From Ford via Red House As before announced articles olin corporation have been fifed in Win chester for the erection of a telephone tine from Winchester to Itlchmond by way of Ford and Red House The line will cross the farm of Mr JW Smith on Stony lIon and ho will have ndi trouble and only trifling expense to put up ia box at his house near the river If lie takes the initiative olher farmers will doubtless follow suit Mr Clays Chances Brightening Information of an encouraging na ture to the success of Mr B J Clay in his application for appointment as a commissioner to the Paris Exposition ha3 been received heroand we reiter ate our cordial well wishes for his suc cess Having EO narrowly missed the Swiss mission and taking his defeat like a man Mr Clay deserves recogni Lion and in turn would reflect credit upon the Presidents judgment in his selection A Beautiful Ornament Thanks to the Danville Planing Mill Co are due for one of their artistic calendars on which an autumnal farm scene is beautifully and faithfully portrayed The title is from Jas Whit comb lliloys poem The frost is on the punkin and the fodders in the shock Mr Georgo L Walden is Junior member of tho firm and to his wife our esteemed friend nee Miss Mary M Smith our thanks are specially directed Through the kind ness of Mr Milward Brown ofMobcr leys furniture house tim picture has been framed for us Crystal Wedding Mr and Mrs William H Miller celebrated their chryetnl wedding on Mon day At their homo on the Irvine pike About sixteen guests tint down to as bounteous collation as was ever spread under their hospitable roof Mrs Miller was formerly Miss Old ham and is a lady of the finest sensi bilities highly educated and beloved by a wide circle of friends Jot her many Christian virtues and womanly trait Mr Miller nt present one of the most skillful clerks in the SPI vice of theGoV ernment ill the office of Collector Yerkes at Danville was for many years tho model clerk of the Madison Circuit Coiiil Their crystal wedding was a happy occasion and we trust their lives may be as harmonious their purposes as well htendedl1U11 their lAst days as pleafcant as they have been since tue day they joined bandit and hearts and destinies fif teoa years ago 1i A Three Card Monte Club The latest fad wo have heard of is a newfangled order at Kirksville called the Three Card Monte Club which is supposed tobo designed as a promoter to matrimony in that section The club which is composed of three or four couples of Kirksvilles1 most promi nent society people make it convenient to meet at in appointed night in each week at some neighbors house and while away the time in social converse It is a source of regret to a particular handsome Caleast bachelor who rom plains that all the goodlooking girls have selected their partners leaving him out in tho cold An Evening in Palestine An illustiated lecture with appropri ate songs by Prof J W McGarvey Jr Large and splendid views of Jeru salem Bethlehem Nazareth Jacobs Well Sea of Galilee where Jesus walked on tho water River Jordan Dead Sea and many others shown with a storeopticon that burns tlie acetylene gas In connection with these wilt be shown some very fine views gf The War Ships and Torpedo Boats both American and Spanish the leading men on both sides The big guns Cuban scenes etc all fully described and explained You cannot afford to miss it Admission 25 cents children JO cents At Court House Friday night Mat Black cut in The Back Just how a man could gel angry enough to cut Mat Black we cannot understand Mat is a jolly greasy harmless thoroughbred son of Ham named Happy because he is always in a good humor and ready to wajton you But last Tuesday afternoon Mat was a little drunker than usual probably and must have provoked trouble with David Henry a white man from Kirksville and when an inventory the gross proceeds of their scrap was taken it was discovered that Mat was cut in three places and Henry was blinking through the bars of Castle Lackey Mat is so fat and slick that his wounds did not penetrate deep that besides a short vacation in bed he will be none the worse off Henry was shortly after being incarcerated re leased on S300 bond The fracas created quite a furor in tho neighborhood First street Lieutenant Scott Goes Free Lt E D Scott a nephew of Gov Bradloylbut for whom the former en tertains no love was set free at his trial at Anniston Ala for shootilig Col David G Colson sometime ago When the trial was called only ono Witness for the prosecution Lt AVil bolt appeared Col Colson being unable to attend by reason of his wound The court dismissed Scott which will be approved by a great majority of the private soldiers of the 4th Kyin whose behalf Scott had rondo a successful fight to have Jhein mustered out of the service Nearly nil the officers being well paid desired to remain in the ser vice and Scotts action angered them the strife ending in a personal alter cation between Col Colson and Scott resulting in the wounding of time for mer Now that tho soldier boys are out we trust tho affair will be dropped Madison County Tobacco Brings Twentyfive Cents a Ponnd John Mocks of Madison county cultivated last year twentyfive acres of land belonging to Senator John D Uarrij and raised SoCOO pounds of to bacco which was sold at 25 cents per pound Tins land was cultivated on the shares and each received 100 per acm The above is literally true except as regards tho date which was 1887 The Stem 13 copied from the Georgetown News Enterprise of February 10 18SS anti illustrates the contention that there are forces at workbesides supply and demand which are knocking farmers sly high in this glorious Republican jear of 1839 A number of stock reports for 1888 from the same paper aro printed in to days CLIMAX on its first page It will make your mouth water and your heart burn to read them Century Club Meeting One of the most delightful of the ways enjoyable meetings of time Cen tury Club took place on 1riday night with Mr C DXhenanlt as host The brilliant setting of his spacious draw ing room was made more brilliant by the subject under discussion Electricity Prof Parks tho distinguished professor of chemistry and physicsof Central University read a paper that was both learned and entertaining Major Harris characterized the profes sors paper as bewildering nsellilK interesting inasmuch no doubt as Prof Parks traversed the vasty depths of nnchnrtered space in a way that was alternately aweinspiring and mirthprovoking TIme interest of the audience was keyed to the highestpitch when suddenly the host pressed a button and shocked tho listeners with the announcement of supper Here dee tricilv was given a practical demon strntion for the toothsome viands were dispatched with marvelous avidity Prof Parks this time Cot being chief operator The evening the discussion the supper worn all that could have lucn coinmensurate Club with the dignity ainrVdemands of tho t Hoodsready cBIclent satisiAC tory prevent n cold or lever cure nil lire Ills tlelt head aclie Jaundice con Ilp tlon The oolf nib to take with toI 0 ate Yrlee Mt liool r 1J r K t+++++ Ht+ 6 WE IIAYE PLENTY OF COAL And can fill orders promptly Our Pine Knot and Straight Creek aCoals can not be ex celled We also handle Hay Corn etc Tele phone 21 near R N I 0 B Strictly CashSNEFF MILLION Proctor Knott Cigar Will Be a Candidate We aro authorized to announce that at the proper time Mr George Roland ol Union City will bo a candidate for Assessor subject to the action of the Democratic party To Cure a Cold in One Night take Dr Cells Pine Tar Honey It clears tho throat soothes the broach ials and exhilarates the lungs 25c at payitSale Reoorls Auct Delph gives the Lexington Gazette tho following account of his work last week at the Shannon Sale Dairy cows brought from 3 to O- At Sam Bean Sale Milch cows at 30 to 1750 work mules from 00 to 74 Stock hogs at about3 cents At Mrs Mary Vance Sale Much cows at 20- lleilersl5to22 Mules at O to 65 Brood sows 8 to 10 work horses common 2 to 30 agricultural implements at each sale were in quick demand Much pain and uneasiness is caused by piles sparing neither age nor sex fablers Buckeye Pile Ointment cures the most llto case Price SOcta in bottles tubes 75 cents Sold by Perry Thomas marlIm For Bank Examiner Mr R R Burnams name appears among others that are applicants for Bank Examiner for Kentucky There is no mistake about it that Madison wants a great many things but we are proud of the fact that we haveso many capable citizens Those who hold and havo held high offices did themselves honor and those who seek preferment are just as able and worthy LATER Mr Buniam says he has not filed application for the place but may possibly do so Rev E Edwards pastor of the En glish Badtist church at Minersville Pa when suffering with rheumatism was advised to try Chamberlains Pain Balm He says A few applications of this liniment proved of great ser vice to me It subdued tho inflammation and relieved the pain Should any sufferer profit by giving Pain Balm a byPerryNcw Stock Yards a Go That the news of the formation of a new stock yards company printed weeks ago in the CLUIX was trie to the letter is attested by the fact that articles of incorporation have been filed at Frankfort setting forth the objects of tho company and capitalizing it at 950C The incorporators are N and S A Dcatheragc and J J Embry of this city They will convert the fair grounds amphitheater into stock pens and will buy and sell stock with admirable shipping facilities being lo cated rightat the junction of tho two railwaysGood Old Granny Melcalfe 88 years old living at Paducah Ky says that Dr Bells Pine Tar Honey is the best grip cure cough lung and bronchial remedy that has been sold during her life It Shooting Near Town Sam Todd son of Capt Wm H Todd shot Uomulers MillionScolored at Thomas Gibsons sale last Thurs day near this city The report is that the negro was halfdrunk and shoved a door in Todds face The latter remonstrated with him and the negro seized Todd by the collar and ho pulled his pistol and shot the negro in the bowels Mr Todd comes to town and surrendered but was released on bail given by Col Caperton to wait examining trial next Saturday Million was Drought to the Infirmary and isre ported out of danger If your child is crOss or peevish it is no doubt troubled with worms Whites Cream Vermifuge will remove the worms and Its tonic effect restore its 25C01ttISoldMrs Robert Hampton met with quite a painful accident a few days says thu Franklin Favorite She feI anti broke her hip boneIPaul Perry of Columbus Ga suffered agony for thirty yours and then VjttsWitch DougbaaLexingtons streets and alleys are be lug given a thorough cleaning by the city brigade Chamberlains Coagh Kemeily This remedy is intended especially for coughs colds croup whooping cough and influenza It hums become famous for its cures of the diseases over a large of time civilized world The most llitttcring testimonials have been received giving accounts of its good works ot the aggravating antI coughs it has cured of severe c lds that lave yielded promptly to it soothing ellects and of time dangerous nttnckfaof croup it has cured often the life of tho child The extensive nee of it for whooping cough has ehov n that it robs that disease of all dangerous con seqnences Sold by Perry Thomai o 4 h Substantiated Claims TarHoneyfrom those who adbrollchiala1fections which it is guaranteed to cure 25c at all good druggists It Messrs Noaks and John It Owens are making a firstclass newspaper out of the Corbin News Ninety Per Cent nomeformty of diseases The reason whyHobds Sarsaparilla cures when all others fail efIeetuallyexpelsrheum boils and all eruptions are per manently cured by this great medi cene Hoods Pills are tho best family reliableA very interesting revival is in progress at the Broadway Methodist church in Paducah Have you a cough A dose of Cons sens Honey of Tar will relieve it byPerryA company of barnstormers advertised to present Dr Jekylls Lightning Change in a county town last week To Cure a Cold in One Day Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund money if it laikt 0 cure 25c The genuine has L B Q on each tablet nov96m The Journal says the smallpox scare at Nicholasville has abated Time danger lino has been passed I have been afflicted with rheumatism for fourteen years and nothing seemed to give any relief I was able to he around all the time but constantly suf fering I had tried everything I could hear of and at lastwas told to try Chamberlains Pain Balm which I did and was immediately relieved and in a short time cured I am happy to say that it has not since returned Josir EDGAR Germantown Cal For sale by Perry Thomas marllm Many chickens perished during the cold weather The loss to numerous poultry yards in Madison was great With a Calarrhal Affection of the throat or head or any pulmonary ailment a slight cold or a hacking cough is a serious thing to haveit is so serious you can not afford to have it Delays are dangerous Dr Boils Pine Tar Honey will cure a cough or cold in onoaiight It will remove the catarrhal affection or pulmonary ailment and build tIp tho tissues supporting the lungs It The rain falls on the just and time unjust but trio latter nearly always have tho formers umbrellas Hoods Sarsaparilla never disap It mav be taken for impure anti impoverished blood with perfect confidence that it will euro It Mr Kiplings White Mans Burden is one of the most sublimo poems Mr McClure has ever copyrighted CUBAN OIL cures Plantr Cut Burns Bruises Rheu matism and Sores Price 25 cents Sold by Perry Thomas acccascrs to W Q White Tim wets carried the whiskey dee Ion in New Roe precinct of Allen county by a vote of 132 to 57 The election was a quiet one downytusblonsbrin the woman who is suffering with some organsdistlteilysome positions make HIP pain and discomfort set in less Perhaps the nerves are most affected and this in turn disturbs the digestion Nothing will ever completely relieve a cure The stall of socalled female complaints may bo a very slight thing in deed It may be that in the beginning some small hyciemc measures wonlu stop time trouble Certainly at this time a little bit of the right medicine would stop it When the trouble becomes worse it is harder to cure hut still it can be cured Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription will positively cure any trouble of this character It lDav- be absolutely relied upon ItafTonfs lasting relief to a women whose natural modesty has kept her from consulting a Jib yeiciitml Send 21 cents in onecent stamps to Worlds Dispensary edical Associa QrlierroMedical Adviser prolusely illustrated It is expected plans for the new court house at Covington will bo accepted this week The result of ac overindulgence In food ot drink are promptly rectified without pain or discomfort by taking a few doses of Herblno Price 50 cents Sold ly Perry Thomas marllm Circuit Courtis In session at Bowling Green with an average docket One hundred new cases were docketed for trial Tetter SaltKhcuia and Eczema The intense itching and BBuutiB inci allayedbyveQbadcaseshaveis efficient for itching piles anti ippleach3ppedand chronic sore eyes 25 cts per box Dr Cadys Comlitka Peers ore just what a horse needs when ia bad condition Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge They aro Rot food but medicine ad the in HBO to put a horse in prime coaditfpa Price 25 zente per package The organization of thE Second Ken tucky regiment progressing saUsfjie torily it These lire dangerous tim sforthe health colds and throst trou bles lead rapidly to Consumption A bottle of ie Cough Cure used At time right into will praeerve life health and a large amount ot innnOy potlgIM J t r ij r 1899k The Busy Bee Cash Store tT a Sends Greetings to their many Friends and Patrons wishing them a happy and prosperous Now Year fo- r18MMIb The great Mercantile Corporation THE BUSY BEE CASH STORE CO have made special arrangements with the manufacturers with whom they do business to make special prices for them duringthe year 1899 and they can promise their customers many rare bargains in all lines carried by them during the year UUR MOU I44d4UNDERBUY 1JNDERSELL CASH alwayscontainOur first offerings for the New Year will be nice yardwide Bleached Cotton no dressing 4c yard Hope Bleached Cotton Londsdale finish 5c yard Green Ticket Londsdale Bleached Cotton Go yard fruit of the loom Bleached Cotton Cc yard Masonville Bleached Cotton 6c yard best 104 Pepperell Bleached Sheeting 15c yard good 104 Unbleached Sheeting 12c yard good yardwide yardwideDrown4 jc yard We are Showing Some Beautiful Percalles at 5 Cents We have just placed on sale tho largest line of Ilamburgs Laces and Embroidery ever shown in the 41Embroideriesmatch sets of all kinds hand and machine made Laces of all kinds Our buyers have made a specialty this line and nothing has been left undone to make this depart ment one of the most important factors in our immense bU8ine8sfIIWe wish to call your attention to the fact that all prices named on Bleached Cottons and all domestic are subject to change without notice to take advantage of jthis opportunity Buy your spring cottons while you can get extremely low prices on them We are showing some special good timings in Tablo Liners and quotum special prices on them for a short time If interested ask to see Ihta line when yod come in We are Ag n s for tho To aynr d of Hoi rYIASR to s5 thc m m you coins in winter goods have felt the keen edge of our steel and prices have been made on winter Boots and Shoes winter Overcoats and Clothing Blankets and Comforts goodsbeforewg Have Jt U1deav Xas coo CSXrn kctct Youdonta stock surpassed nor equaled in any the larger cities a call Satisfy yourselves before going elsewhere And again wishing you a prosperous Year and thanking you for past patronage we are very respectfully OLIJ11AM COMPANY RICHMOND MT rsTERLING AND GEORGETOWN Advance Advertisement rf 1ii K T WATCH THIS EVERY WEEK Next week tSTXadies 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 THOSJMGHEN Manager Coma MAIN AND CiiEArsiuic nov23ly RICHMOND K- Y1Btz1 q lW 3 l Q eskoak 223 E High Street Lexington Ky iSrJournal of Osteopathy free on application To insure a happy new ear keep tIme liver clear and time body vigorous by using De Witts Little Early Risers the faoious little pills for constipation and liver troubles Douglas ti Wells The Kentucky newspapers mire al ready campaigning in favor of stronger laws against pistol Infers AMANUBIAN TEA cures Dyspep PIMt 8ia Conrtipation and Indi gestion Regulates the Liver Price 25 eta Sold by Perry Thomas lucceasors to O White It is said another brokerage estab ishment is to bo opened in Lexington this woek To allay pains subdue jtnfljmina tion heal tout cores and ulcers tho most satisfactory result are obtained bv using Bollards Liniment Price 23 centa and 50 cents Sold y Perry Thomas jcaarllm Geo Stuart Sam Jones oiile partner is Bowling Green MBMiaj in the revival In progress there MARCH AND TUB I10N SeaethlBg Better TkM TKfi Gitl Saw The saying about time Utjiarut the lamb in March often proves false hut there is another and a hotter one which is literally true XJien March comes in and finds you taking Hoods Sarsaparilla to purify sod vital iso your you unity e4ecI when it goes out that it will you free from that tired feeling R4 with none of the boils pimples au eruptions which manifest them tvel txxaiuso impure blood In the spring If you have nqt already ta hoodsSa- rmmmpaciile your priI4lcsnedwhne wb advise you to higin todiw sg sure you lJl make eeI totter all thioilgh the comaiiugswmiiase mchllm in c oIJy- g J f g Soa 01 t vaX at s r Io sent in lirst of All To cleanse the system in a and truly beneficial manner when the Springtime cornea use the true mid pei feet remedy Syrup of Figs Buy the genuine Manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co only and for sale by all driifmijjts at 50 cents per bottle Mt Sterling has a skating rink RELIEF cures P1CUDM iIUDci EonrStomacb and Boaricr Complaints lricc 25 Cents Sold by Perry Thomas Successors to W G White It is believed the Fair Grounds at Columbia will bo put in condition and a big exhibition held this year DIgeslos What Are They A remedy in tablet form for Jhe cure ot Dyspep81a and nil stomach trouble 25c a box at all druggists It A good toad movement in Meade county promises to bear fruit as the agitation is interesting farmers and businessmen You can bo cheerful and happy when you are wen If you bout of sorts take Herbinoj it will bravo you tiePrice 60 conti Sold by Per ry k niarllra Hundreds of rabbits have been fond in hollow trees and underneath in tbo mountains frozen They taken refuge from the cold La GrippQi again epidemic Every precaution should be taken lo avoid it ts specific ultra fa Ono Minute Cough Cure A J JShepenl publisher Ann cultural Jvirnal and AdvertiflerEldent Ia Pleasant Jo takuiftuick to act OCHjfllas Wells i iiiII1fiI oftheirkinds of domestic goods and as long as these special pri theySS indigobluecan shirtings new styles 31c Simpsons black and- S mourning prints 4c enSj LiroleumsOilcloths thesulinesS terns new prices We are famine prices on lines inspectthis1ineo LadySble fitting corsets shown to the trade Try ono S We have some special good tImings in Ladies Jackets and left that we are closing outat just one half S the original price If interested call and see them All cold Flan t ot 1899 not of Give us New weII a IImO W Snow enrich for gentle Toothache only feel rocks tjSRrttelntecf these Charles E Douglas CeO D Simmons As good as it looks 07 APPEARANCES ARE OFTEN DECEITFUL and things that are showy many times prove to be worthless An article that is in daily use as a Cooking Range is must be Substantial and Reliable It should be tIe leqt to be had cyiR ng u ar1RC tcc1I BORN STEEL RANG P IS THE BEST in Construction the Most Economical in the use of fuel and tho 4 producctlWepleased to show them to you Sizes Styles anti Prices to suit everybody The Cash Hardware House f DOUGLAS SIMMONS Hardware Stoves Tinware Plows and Plow Gears Har rows Cultivators Everything in the Farming Line Blacksmith S pplimchl1y HPS Talce a d van tagc of the cut rate on MAX and numerous other papers i j + 1 ttDtrDaguinet for Ooutt 1iy d Jt rj Jt rn ij f h j t T r jII w i q I f 0 u I FdeJ J palS WantedAn IdeaWho can think mple to patent Protect tour Idesi tneyimir bring wtaltn Write JOHN WKDDKIUIUKN t CO Patent Atoro I1SP WuhlnV4n D Co for thetr prize ottaDd Wt of lIunl1rcl1lJ1nntloua wDled R N1I 8 B1111Ti- me Table No 33 Taking Effect Mon day May 2 1898 1st Class 2d Class JUST BOOSD No1 ziIo 9 Ex Sun Ex Sun ErBun AM PM LAiT Versailles 10 22 6 S3 f 8 30 02 7 35 48 26 8 00 8 20 Million 8 13 8 80 Bichmond 53 8 30 15 PM Union 12 13 1000 Moberley n ie 10 Brass eld 12 30 1025 Panola 12 II 10 40 Irvine 103 1L3 2 0 4 NOII No 10 WEST Bocsui Ex8inEx8un Ex Bun Lx Sun iiiiiM PM AM IrIne r 200 11M Panola 225 lOS Brasifield 2 30 20 Mobertey 241 145 Union 2 J7 BIohmond 6 M 3 15 2 Million 20 3 30 3 00 Valley View 6 31 3 45 S 2- 1Nlch 6 13 4 10 4 sa Versailles 7 50 00 8 10 A irC i All trains connect with Louisville Southern trains to and horn 5oiItllIe Alt trains connect with C N O IT P trains to and from Cincinnati J W ROCK Train Dlspa her W n ADAMS Superintendent WantedAn Idea Who ecn of tome thickI tbUg to Protect Write Ofl your WEDDERI3tJItN ttwv ooDg Patent neys WaabllllOl1 P tor their prIze ttIand Wt of two IIlYCntIOfl wanted r I tttjO Ij iIZ 0 l tJ 1 oo = m tc E l= O IrIS = 0 1so a ic= t tS n tg IrI0 1 i8 cr= SSSO z r= rr= r= 0 IItjgggggggg onuppupuuucnp t t 0j- oi 0 10 0 q s tI ol tJg 11jP Ij1 Btoo en Jf uIk E8E8 2oF 28S Z uwnEn SDR CALDWELLSi1 NDIGSTION t rkf incinn U PiIiy1 In Effect December 5 1S93 DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY pm pm pm 2 Ot fiV Lye Ilichraond Ar IU 7 20 II 7 Winchester 11 42 S U Maysville 8 30 40 931 Parts 8 40 5 10 6 17 10 28 Georgetown 7 4 28 7 M Ar Frankloit Lve 7 00 3 40 Ask for tickets via ParisJNEWTON Q PA nen ke ul Dliio i1y Time of Trains at Winchester Ky WEST BOUND Mt Sterling and Lexington Accom 6 85 am Eastern Express for Louisville 7 30 am Morebeod and Lexington Accom 3 00 pm New York Limited F F V 4 60 pin EAST BOUND Lexlagton and Morehead Accom 9 IS am New York Limited Fl VllliS am Lexington and Mt Sterling Accom 6 30 pm W Express 9 23 pm Accommodation trains run dally except Sun day Other trains run daily Through sleepIng nd dining car service to Now York For information rates or sleeper reservations rail on or write K HOOD LINRyRichmond or OHOKQE W BARNEY- D A C I O Ry Lexington Ky EASIER THAN EVER The present schedule of Illinois Central Rail road in addition to shortening the time to Memphis and New Orleans has madelfEasIer Than Ever to reach all points in Arkansas Texas Mexico Arizona and California The splendid train service with which the Illinois Centrals Memphis and New Orleans Vestibuled Limited is equipped makes it Easier Than Bver to take a trip to the above mentioned is the only line which runs Free Reclining Chair Carsand Vestibuiled trains weeklyPullmanLve Louisville every Thursday9 25pm Arr Memphis Friday JX 18am pmLveArr Houston Saturday S bam 5pmAn2UpmAirKB ii Tie ffiiUr Entt to CilHbrsii Parties desiring to make a comfortable trip to tho territory mentioned will do well to com municate with R U Fowler Traveling Passen ger Agent Louisville Ky Wu ALFOBD KELLOND A Q P A A H HAHSOM Q P A Lonisville Ky Chicago Ill dec29ly SOUTHERN KillLWIIY IN KENTUCKY Schedule lu effect Drc 18 1808 33Jpml145iiiiiAr 950pmArAr Lexington ia45am 045pm ia35pm WESTJJOnKD Nad No 2 NO 4 4npmAr 5T7am 15am Ar Larencebgi20nm 515pm fi55am Ar Shelbyvnie 912am CO pm C32am Ar Louisville 1040am 735pm 7ioam Observatlonington EASTUOUKD WESTBOCMX- No UlNo llSTATIONt5 INa i2INa lT IauamMiSpmdlSpin UU3a Ar IlurodsbgAr 4Z3pm 720am 700pm laSaamlAr llurglp Lv 415pm 710am EASTDODND WESTBOUND Xa tNo767 flTATIONBINo 18tNoC3 Pi 740cm1v 73pm tOSpm017pm64Upm 1110am Ar Midway Ar 730am 338pm 716pm 1205pm Ar Gcoretn Lv 700am EASTPOUSP 300pmI iNo I tNo 51 STATIONS ItNo ftltNa 2 7l5prnlLamILOSam 705pm Ar Nlchlvlll Ar 058am 356pm lIJpm Ar Rlehmud Lv 05aml iOOpm lXSprnr Irvine Lv 130pm NO I NO 3 LT STATlONSI 740am Ar ia45amlia35pm Ar 700pm 745am Ar Asheville 510am ArSavannah310cmAr 045amAr5pmArLv Chattanooga IOpm liacspmilLSOamArAr New Orleans 8SOain 8SOam HavanaLtml1edearrle AtlantaMaconton fir tThettanoc n with Pullman Sleeping car Loulsvlllebetween Lexington and Rome Cifo ran ele ant coaches Train No Z carries Pullman Sleeping car bo JJtrinInhamton Jacksonville via Axfcevllle and Savannah also via Cnattanoogi and AUantarNo ehanio Free Chair cars Lexington to ChaSte soNewSundayA PITA KyPaARKON3dWashington Cr Washlnston DG WA WKHTATiOEAGPA VabthgpDC Lcg vlU Ky T JRIJPOf Fi TIm EXCELLENCE OF SYIOP OF FMS is duo sot only to the originality and simplicity the combination but alsoS to the care and skill with which it is manufactured by scientific processes known to the CALIFORNIA Fio SYRUP Ccfronly and we wish to impress upon all the importance of purchasing the true und original remedy As the genuinoSyrup ofFigs is manufactured by the CixiroiBfu Fio Srncp Co only a knowledge of that fact will assist one in avoiding the worthless imitations manufactured by other parties The high standing of the CALI FORNIA Fio SristT Co with the medical profession and the satisfaction which the genuine Syrup of Figs has given to millions of families makes the name of the Company aguaranty of the excellence of its remedy It is far in advance of nil other laxatives as it acts on the kidneys liver and bowels without irritating or weaken ing them and it does not gripe nor nauseate In order to get its beneficial effects please remember the nameot the Company CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO SAN FKAJJCISOO Cal LOUISVILLE Ky NEW TOKK KT an51y I35aEC- ONOMIST RANGES 4J Roofing Guttering and General Job Work LADUE MITH O SDR CALDWELLSN iitFOR i 4 M e iortxao I 4+ 44 4 Six of the best Fire Insurance 4 panics In the United States Losses + promptly Comi t + 4+4+ In the Prudental you are offered the + + best Life Insurance attainable and on + 4 the most approved plans In Accident + i 4willBible companies 261 Second Street t UpStairs JeZljl 1 ++++ ++4+ ++ 444 + For Sals Fivt1yQQc- I will offer for sale privately my House and Lot situated on the corner of North and 7th propertyTheble and other necessary outbuildings the lot contains about 00x90 price will be reasonable for each WILLIAM ENGLISH nov9tf Richmond Ky REGiEINEROFRENCIZ i now wliMn easy rrnrli or every Amrrirnn l ilnys inntimrnt U positively cunrantml to curt mnrt mmpllcatcit case of Nervous Ucblllt or Vniln Dlimne It nets imwcrfully anti quickly NVw Man IhyMrolly IVrfprt U the mull fIIP n r of ICKCKUO Young met will re- In their It nianaotkl aid OM Ben will recover liolr yuntifil vljor H In jonxlcs ami restores tc life mil vlior nil saHrrcn from Sentinel VcaK ewes Jnitwtency VnrlcoctlB Spcrnuttorhca lulitls KmlwJons Ijfwt Hrala antI MosrnUr Power rak Mitnorr nakprulncss Evil lrrini onry j t k nt Con irnct arl nl rltiTti of self nr xxnal rxccwnn lcd rmUm which nnflU lit o rmiwe tJIIor imrta JSECENSI- IOesatIotIm rt r tia diseasethat is why mrw it U o crmtcKt Nrrvp Vonlr In the world b Itulvcs V orntuI Action nml restores UrllrIhatmtnn in tnrlwlIIII llOl1 mall 103 per lx fT t 5V i c rdrcrfaliy rrfund Mrr Is Ixiirs not effect a euro a Al li99tio American Offlcecf r Ir t COs5 rzwYogc Cumbus r For sale in Richmond by Perry I Thomas Druggists Eept21ly Wheeler Wilson Sewing Machine Rotry Motiot and Ball Bearings For sale by DcweyMuricCo Bk1- pAl1Cy i S u iii i Bores Ttir Gkuce See Extraordinary Offers by The Climax The CLIMAX wants five hunted now subscribers by the first of thenew year In order to reach this end some ex traordlnary inducements will be made Until further notice the following will be offered to subscribers The CLIMAX and TheVeek ly Louisville Dispatch S125 The CLIMAX and the Home 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 OhioFarni 190The CLIMAX can also fur nish any paper published in the United States or Europe at reduced rates FORT SESTILL COLYERSPEEDWELL CROOKSVILLE Got Ed Brown writes up Fort Ettill Colyer Speediccll and Crooksville Aol have in a former issue of TUB CLIMAX given an account of the Sour- Wood I will now proceed to give au effusion in regards to the places named in the heading of this article As Fort Estill comes first in the list I will proceed to depict it for the perusal of the public This place is about three miles South East of Rich mond and is located in a beautiful situation Tho country which surrounds it is exceedingly fertile and yields abundant crops of nil kinds It is one of the most elevated localities in the county It is located on the Bighill turnpike and on the Louisville Nashville railroad It is a considerable shipping point It has a good school house blacksmith shop and public scales Some of the principal farmers of tuis neighborhood are Matt Gibson Ed Rice Willis Hisle Joe Boggs Bud Cornelison Mrs Dick White Mrs Gregory John Mason and Col J W Caperton who are the largest landed proprietors of this section Col Caper ton owns the old homestead of tho well rememberedand popular Col William Rhodes who was one of the finest old men in the county Mrs Geogory resides in one ot the oldest brick residences m the county Near this place was the former home of our popular State Auditor Samuel Stone This place was named in honor of Capt Es till from Virginia who emigrated to this county in the pioneer days and located here pad built the fort which has ever retained his name lie was one of Madisons noble and gallant sons From him has deccndod the large and influential Estill family of the state known for their hospitality Influence and refinement The Capt was killed in the battle between Ills followers and a body of Wyandott In dians at Little Mountain three miles from the present city of Mt Sterling It has always gone by the name of Es tills defeat yet the Indains were killed almost to a man The whites would have gained an easy yictory if a man by the name of Miller had not deserted his companions in the hour of need he was sent with a party of six men to flank the foe He and his men decamped a lwere never heard of again Tile foe seeing this weakness of the whites made a wild rush atthegallan lit tie bandand were received with a shower of bullets which laid many of them low The Captains arms had been broken in a former encounter with the red men in tile previous year and when lie was attacked by a powerful chief who was too much for him considering his weak arm he was felled to the earth and dispatched with the savages das ger The Captains negro servant by the name of Menk acted with much heroism in the engagement by running out from the lines and bringing the wounded in on his back The Captains deceudants have remembered his name and have erected too lila mem ory a handsome monument in our beautiful cemetery as a token of their love Menk haS 2 plain shaft erected to lila memory and dedicated by Col Jonathan Estill one of Captains grandsons Captain Estill rest thee brave and gallant one In thy narrow dark and lonely celL There is no nobler or more honored grave In our own grand states nobler clime COLYER Colyer is quite a small place located on Muddy Creek It hasastore black smith ehop and a school house It was named in honor of our popular sheriff Hugh Colyer Some of the principal farmers of this section are Taylor Rice Col Jonathan Estill grandson of the Indian fighter The Yates boys there are scions of one of the oldest families of tile county Thomas Smith William Bates John Todd Mr Cox George Parks William O Chenault Silas Tudor Sid Noland John and Boyle Doty and Thomas Baldwin Mr Ob Proa tee Mel- At sometime in her life Cupid pleads in every worn ans ear r comeSitthink twice before she shonldIhas chosen her for his life companion dralttringher sex she has no right to answer Yes until her health is restored If she does hereelfanclherhornewill remedythatand derangement of the delicate and im unallIthasaecomplishedds of ewes M is shown by tens of gratefulpatients organismand motherhoodhappyWomenI was weak I could scarcely walk about ofAllensto a mete I was never free from pain atnightFavorite Prescription and olden Medical Die AftertaklDgslept well and gained In Scab I am doing all thefamilytI A man or woman who neglects constipation suffers from sloW PleasantIellcts tlelantivetJae1lLfo fp U1I1 fiji= i1 1tion ioiljYetI Ifatty andII I s turbs the stomach and takes t I away the appetite The disagreeable f fishy odor and f taste make it almost I durable What is to be unenI I This question was ans- i i wcrcd when we first made a I I IlEMUlU19ffJJNJ I IiypoIt f = was nearly twentyfive yearsi I ago yet it stands alone to I 5 day the one great remedy a I for ail affections of the throat I t and lungs = I The bad taste and odor have been I beenI= I rrelyI 3 I s Ibe SCOTTS EMULSION and di I j It Thais why it cures so s many cases of early consumption J StingsIi I I a SCOTT now NE ChcJsts New York S tIItlllIBaldwin is one of tho largest landed proprietors in this district Ho is an Elder in the Christian church of Richmond is a good citizen and hospitable Christian Gentleman The writer on several occasions has enjoyed the hospitality of his family Muddy Creek one of the principal creeks of the coun ty flows through part of this section Flow on slide on rush on little stream Mingle your water with thq old Kentucky Flow on noble Kentucky W the great Ohio Rush on broad Ohio to the Mississippi father of waters- MississIppi dow on to the briny deep of the Mezic gulf SlEEDWKLL Speedwell is located in a beautiful country ten miles from the city It has a good school house blacksmith shop two or three stores two churches Christain and Baptist Ainey Fork meeting house is one of oldest in the county Some of our best citizens are from this locality for instance Henry Dillinghain Clay Broaddns Pleas Broaddus and exRepresentative J Speed Smith Near this place was the homo of the laters father who wasa noted man in the county in his day and time Dr Brownlee Oldham is located in this village fcquiro Hendren and William West are the principal farmers of this section are Budd Todd George Todd Mr Gilbert and Sam Deatherage iwell known as Big Sam Near this place was the former home of our most popular coal merchant Merritt Harber CKOOKSVILLE Crooksville is located upon the upper waters of Muddy Creek It is quite a small place It has a school house store and blacksmith shop This was the home of the once large Crook fam ily most of whom have gono to other climes and States to seek their fortunes Near this place is the home of Benja HeIschool teachers in the county and was an excellent surveyor Attorney Harris Crook of this city was from this region Ono of our oldest and best known mer chants John Crooke late lather of Bud and John Crooke assistant cashier In the Richmond National Bank was from this section This place received name from the Crooke family Some of tho principal farmers of this section are Seth Todd and Bull Crooko That Th robin Heailacuc Would quickly leave ou1f you used Dr Kings New Life Pills Thousands of sunerers havo proved their match less merits for Sick and Nervous Headaches They make pure blood and strong nerves and build up your health Easy to take Try thorn Only 25 cents Money back if not cured Sold by Perry Thomas Druggists 5 tiER IDEA lIeyou say you like a manly man What is your idea of a manly man Sue Well for instance one who doesnt stay and stay and stay just because he knows the girl isnt strong enough to throw him out Illustrated Americanh SEND YOUR ANSWERSIN- INlcholasville Democrat Below we submit a list of ten ques tions 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 being in the wrong FirstIs not tile purchasing power of the dollar greater now than it was from 1880 to 1892 V Second If its purchasing power Is greater does it not take more labor produce fir merchandise to get u dollar Thirdlf so docs it hot mean that In proportion to tho amount of business labor produce etc there are fewer dollars in circulation Fourth Is the debt or tax paying power of tho dollaraby greater npw than It was from 1880 to 1892 Fifth Does it not take more labor or farm produce to pay a debtofjlpo now than it did in said period SixthU it does will not a creditor who holds a note or mortgage drawn bet fore 1892 get relatively more for such a note or mortgage than the debtor con tracted to pay Seventh Would there be any Injustice to the creditor In restoring1 tho samo ability to pay that tho debtor had when he contracted the debt Eighth Is it not robbing the debtor to increaso the purchasing power of tile dollar between the time of his contract ing a debt and its payment NlnthIsnot trip lowering of tjie price of labor and produce many per cent equal to increasing debts and taxes an equal per cent Tenth Would the free coinnge of aiivert the present ratio increase or bf4bedo1JMi tljrt j County Court Days Paris Bourbon county first Monday Richmond Madison county first Mon day LexlnstoD Fayette county second Monday Stanford Lincoln ounty second Mon dayGeorgetown Scott countytliirtlMon- day Danville Boyle county third Monday Nicholasville Jessamine county third Monday Winchester Clark county fourth Monday UViiles woodford ounty fourth A frightful Blunder Will often cause a horrible Burn Scald Cut or Bruise Bucklens Arni- Ca Salve the best in tho world will kill the pain and promptly herd it Cures Old Sores Fever Sores Ulcers Boils Felon Corns all skin eruptions Best Pile cure on earth Only 25 cents a box Cure guaranteed Sold by Perry Thomas Druggist 5 Client How many lawsuits do you think will be necessary to straighten out this property Lawyer I dont know How lago is the property The emptiest things may exert the greatest influence Do Witts Little Early Risers nrq unequalled for over coming constipation and liver troubles Small pill best pill safe pill Doug las Jr Wells A MISUNDERSTANDING SheI would liko to get somo silk plaid hoso Have you any Salemau abstracted lyLetmc seeSue indlgnantlyHow dare you sir GREAT MISSING WORD CONTEST The Climax Offers a New Plan to Us Subscrib ers Who TakeThe Constitution in Com bination Offer OPPORTUNITY OF THE SEASON We take pleasure in announcing a missing worJ problem to our subscribers in connection with The Weekly Constitution of Atlanta Ga This is the sentence I was immediately conscious of tho effect which his product on his companionsIt from n charming living southern author and is offered to test the knowledge of our people of their own writers The missing word is a plain everyday English word not a compound word slot a proper name and is used in its ordinary acceptation The prize to be given will be 10 per cent of all tile subscriptions received from contestants by The Constitution Atlanta Ga It will be paid by Tho Atlanta Constitution That paper has paid on missing word contests alone nearly 10000 in cash prizes To one party Mr M L Brittain was given a chock for 1033 50 for one successful guess others have received large sums ranging from S585 to over 300 on simi lar propositions This contest is to run until April 1899 at which time the results will be promptly and properly announcedEvery who takes advan tage of our clubbing offer with The Constitution may enter his own word to flU the llank in the sentence It must be given to us at the time of the subscription so we may forward it together with his order for The Constitution 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 We will forward everything ourselves CLIMAX Pro Co Mrs BrownI was in the new drug store to day Its just lovely Mrs JonesYes- Yes they have six different shades of pills lDetroit Journal The Kentucky Stock Farm Publish ing Co announces the closing of en ExpectationPurseurated in 1890- Successful from the start its Purse for foals of 1895 having over 500 nominations notwithstanding the wide spread depression in the interest that year it has been patronized by the best class of horsemen in the United States and Canada The subscribers to these purses realize that on the opportunity moneyde5endsthe business and so realizing have liberally patronized them in the past and will no doubt so continue to tho future Tho increased interest shown in the business during the past year and much emphasized by the successful sales just closed should Induce owners to enter liberally What buyers most want are race horses ones that are well entered and havo good prospects should they spced disgusts a horseman more than to find that he has purchased colt that develops extreme speed but cannot profit by it Youngsters should be prepared for the market by being liberally entered in stakes and purses The Stock Farm Publishing Company will be glad to send you aircntry blank Address them at Lexington Ky mch2t The Japanese are as a race so small that It is necessary to build specially low bicycles for them THE FIRST BABY Its Coming is Looked Forward to With Both Joy and Fear and its Safa Arrival is Hailed With Pride and Delight by All Tho arrival of the first baby In tho ImIdelightstowhen the little ono shall nestle upon her lisptheBut her happy anticipation quickly van ishes she realizes the terrible pain and suffering through which she must pass while bringing the little one into the world indescribable fear of the so6sidissipatesicer learnedbyno necessity for the sufferings which at bythetific liniment for n few weeks before tho trying hour expectant mothers can BO prepare themselves for the final hour that ho pain and suffering tho dreaded event are entirely obviated and it is wifely passed through with com- plllutivelylittie i discomfort women aro interested r and especially expectant mothers who for the lirst time have to undergo this trial in such a remedy for they know the pain andsuffering 0 sy nothing of the dan ger which is in store for them Moth ers Friend is womans greatest bles sing for it takes her safely through the severest ordeal of her life Every woman should bo glad to read the little book Before Baby is Born which contains Information of great value to all It eDdakeliJorCo AtlMtt Ga r u t jjjj Is tho best for Pratt Trestles CorrocU all IrrcKUlnHUoBlnKeiualoOrBans Should be ta ken for Cbclaet Life and before CMMSlrlt Plictera 04 Tlxe Reectics haTe stood the test for twenty years Uo nl tiy Wew Ppcncf r Verildne Co dttnuifc Tnese Perry k Thomas druggists successors to W Q White decSlyr All druggists sell Dr Miles Nerve Plasters gyhL rJInIli1JIwAM 88 YEARS OLD anduveroaed any remedy equal so Jr Beaa PineTar honey It gives quick and permanent relief In grip as well as conjbs and colds It makte weak lunge Btrone Mra M A UctcaUe Pb1ncah K7 1d II IIIIII e 0 4411 r PLEASEt I t 7RY t I J CANDYCATHARTQ Wm jJ CI f ei5Ww aRing out the old Ring In tho new Ring out too false Ring In the true WP 3g to you the new and true from the plrey forests of Norway DR BELL- SPineTarHoney Natures most natural remedy Improved by science to a PftasantPcrmancnt Positive Care 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 tho cause of that tickling is removed and the inflamed membranes are healed and soothed so that there Is no inclination to cough SOLD BY ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS Bottles Only 25o 60e mat 100 SIxH BE SURE YOU GET Dr lells PimTarRimy For tale by Perry ft Thomas successors to W O White uthrn Mt1 Inv1mont 0 IU p UY Of Lexington Kentucky Life Insurance Reversed We Pay While You LiveuOld Line Companies Pay When Ton Die Which do You Prefer STATEMENTJANUARY 1899 4 LIVING BENEFITS PAID JANUARY 1899 Name Address 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