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Ti rwJ= o N D J cT I = t r Tiifl RICHMOND CLIMAX Ii q IVOLUME 5rC RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MARCH 8 1899 NUMBER 40 11 6RI6SBY MUNCEY General Agents Eastern Ken1w- kyEquitable Life NEW YORK ttt AGENTS WANTED IN OFFICEMain Street Richmond Ky ANNOUNCEMENTFOR We are authorized to announce JOHN B CHENAULT of Madison county a candidate for the office of State Auditor subject to the action of the Democratic State Convention FOB REPBESEXTATIVB We are authorized to announce M H 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 tIed general assembly of the State of Ken tucky subject to the will of the Democratic party PROFESSIONAL CARDS ATPOEITSYS 1LW MILLER ATTOBXBTATLAW RICHMOND KETTOCIT Office in the Bnrnam Building next door to armcrs National Bank feb3ly A SUJ1vANJ ATTOHNEY ATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office over Taylors Hardware store op posite Court House on Main Street II B HOGG ATTORNEYATLAIVB- ICIIMOD KENTUCKY Office No 13 First St up stairs 3130 J 0 D M OIIENAULT ATTORNEYS AT LAWS RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen aults grocery JPHTSIQIANS DR H R GIBSON PHYSICIANAND SURGEON RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office in the Joe Ccdint building il and to Sec ond Street over Vhne t old drugstore 27 CHAS HOOKER VETERINARY SURGEON Graduate Ontario Veterinary College iVeterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty rOmco up stairs over store recently accu Richmond Harness Co East Main St Richmond KyaprT4y ZT C JASPER M JJ Medicine anti Surgery- OfficeCollins Buildine Main itrcet Telephone at resilIence the Cart place on lIroltd way RICHMOND KENTUCKY G VEVANS1DPJlY8IcIA SUnGltoN RICHMOND KENTUCKY DR T J TAYLOR Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery RICHMOND KENTUCKY SBOffice and residence on Second Street DENTAL STJEQEBT Dt hetM c tonSOt DBCTtST op LOOISVILLR Ky aaOlrice next door to GoTernmcnt Building lUchmSnd Ky Office hours 9 to 12Ito tnovl7ly Four nice rooms for rent Call at Dental Office of Dr Hob- son next door to postoffice DR FRED SMITH DENTIST trsOffice over Collin Grocery same office lately occupied by Dr W W JanHly Dr Louis II Landman No KB West Ninth Street Cincinnati Ohio will be Bttbe Hotel Zimmer Richmond Ky on Wednesday March 8 1899 returning every second Wednesday o eachI month Deference every physician of moa Ky feblSIy KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY R ill CITE FiwiJcit IjMtfea Ij- EBAUY BIBLE MEDICAL AND COM MERCIAL COLLEGES Tuition for Literary and Bible Course m a More than teachers 10000 gymnasium Thousands of successful alumni tocIal and moral welfare of students receive special attention to both sues For catalogues address the President jlyCTtt lLLIHm ENTRAL ShORT LINETO New Orleans BestlinetoA- RICiNSAS TEXAS MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA Pnllraan Tourist Sleeping Car l aveo Louis vllle every Thursday nlgh and rpns through ill to San Francisco AsK your ticket agent for particulars or write AgtntLouisvilleFree Reclining Chair Oars Louisville Mtmphit and New Orleans IK HANSON WM KELLOH9 OP A CikNW AQFA4 oa iTtU mt WHAT IS GOOD What is the real good 7 I asked In musing mood Order said the law court Knowledge said tho school Truth saul tIle wiso man Pleasure said the fool Love said the maiden Beauty said the sage Freedom said the dreamer Home said the sage Fame said the soldier Kqnlty the seer Spake juy heart sadly The answer is not here Then with my bosom Softly this I heard Each heart holds the secret Kindness is use word John Boyle Olleilly Mr S A Farkler Editor of the Micanopy Fla Hustler with lila wife and children suffered terribly from La Grippe Ono Minute Cough Cure was tho only remedy that help them lUacted quickly Thousands of ther use this remedy as a specific for La Grippe and its oxhaustiug after effects Douglas Wells LETTER FROftrOR W P LAWRENCE 11STDEC 29 1898 J MY BEAu MOTIIEH After landing at Las Tunas I took the yellow fever car and started out to full a camp site a Cuban doctor accom panied me to pilot me to a suitable spot We went 10 or 12 miles inland and stop ped at the place he had reference to Of till the places I over saw this was the Worst one for a camp Low flat and with grass higher that my head and alive with mosquitoes 1 explained that was not the place I was looking for and we moved further nu and stopped again this place was but little better than the first and as night was approaching I concluded I would co back and take nn early start the following daytho Cuban promising to got a house for me for myself and patient for the night which he didNext morning with myoutflt consist ing of one yellow fever case and six others who had been exposed to Infection and were to be kept by me for 5 days in detention camplcook3 nurses and three hospital corps men with tents provisions cooking utensils and medicine we started and located a camp on the Cnjanana River about nine miles from Sancti Spiritus Tents wero pitched in grass three feet high and patienta put in them when night came I slept in an empty car Then came the work of cleaning up the ground six Cubans who had machetes wero employed to cleanup In a few days I had everything In ship shape my patient doing nicely and no other developments Iliad time to look aroundOur camp was situated on high roiling ground near the bank of the river named above in fine view of the mountains near fcnncti Spiiitus The watero the river was clear as glass and I could see fish of the perch variety in all the deep places The banks of the stream were covered with tropical growthpalms etc Strange birds parrots mid other kind kept the echo ringing with their weird notes familiarsoundstlio quails broughtmeings of some pretention showed that informer days this part of the Island had been cultivated but now palm thatched cabins with dirty sickly half starved inmates tell the tale of indebt edness and warfare Over half the people I saw Buffering from calenturachill and fever I held a levee each day and ministered to their many ailments the greater proportion were suffering from malaria and starvation To see a grown woman skin and bone only grab a hardtack and swallow it reminded me of Old Joe dog and the beefsteak bone After staying here until day alter Christmas the sick being well again we moved the hospital to my present loca lion three miles north of Sancti Spiritus onehalf milo from 4th Tennessee campon a peninsula made by two crocks names unknown I have a beautiful location and I think as healthy as can be found in the island I have iiTIII7 YOUe STOW p PIe Every morning I have a bad tastR in my mouth my tongue is coated my head aches and often feel dizzy I have no appetite for breakfast and what food I eat distresses me I have a heavy feeling in my stomach I am getting so weak that sometimes I tremble and my nervesare all unstrung I am getting pale and thin I am as tired in the morning as at night What does doctor say You are suffering from im pure blood What is his remedy v You must not have constl paled bowels if you expect the arsaparilla to do its best work But Ayers Pills cure constipa tionWe have a book on Paleness and Weakness which you may have for the asking WPHt 4Nb pSPr- riisi would like to conjnlt emIuet physicians bout eondl lion WrIt III fl the parttculul- 1IJomcue You will zeceivea pruags PcpyJC PJi FL j oOALASQWTELY PURE Makes the food more ddktous 1 ftdwholesotneI not quite got my camp to my notion but am ready for the reception ot yel low fevers patients when they present themselvesSanciti is like all Cuban cities I have seen tile roofsthick walls grated windows narrow streets and poverty and filth A young Cuban lives Lucre and he assures me that every house in the city hum had yellow fever in it with the exception of the one now occupied by Gen Snyder and staff within two years So you see my chan ces of doing business here is very good especially when those wild Tennessee Hill Uillins get paid oil If they would keep out of buildings and stay in camp their chances to escape the disease would be much better but soldiers will be soldiers and they must take their medicine even if it is bitter The weather is perfectly delightful except in the sun during the middle of the day This a ui the temperature was 05 degrees at noon SO degress at C pm i2 jthis ianbout the average DelightfulAJreezes blow air day long and in the shade I feel verycornforta hlo In the shade with woolen shirt and trousersMosquitoes would trouble me if 1 did not smoke them out of the tent at night before letting dowii tho walls Black gnats red bugs anti fleas are the greatest nuisances no remedy against them have to grin and scratch I have learned to cuss in Spanish think it has better effect on Cuban brothers and does not seem to hurt my conscience so much as old stylo ems words do I have employed a native as my valet and am learning to speak Spanish quite fluently for me I may bring him my valet back home with me as he is inexpensive rituals and clothes I have quite a number of interesting things among others I have a botella water jug made of po rug clay which by constant oozing through the pores keeps the surface of the jug wet and this by being fanned by the breeze causes rapid evaporation thereby cooling the surface of the jug and consequently the contents I have a big black mule to ride and generally go to town every morning to report to my coruinauding officer My candle is getting low 60 must bid you all good night with best love to all and yourself and papa in particular Wishing you a merry Christmas and happy New Year I am nsalways Your affectionate sonrWIV E A Narrow Escape Thankful words writtqn by Mrs Ada E Hart of Grobin S D1 NVas taken with a bad cola which Bottled on l lungs couglisctiit and finally fterini nated in Consumption Four Doctors gave me up saying I could live but a short time I gave myself up to my Savior determined if I could not stay with my friends on earth I would meet my absent ones above My husband was advised toget Dr Kings Now Discovery for ConsumptionCoughis Colds I gave it a trial took in all eight bottles It has cured me and thank God I am saved and now a well and healthy wo ulan Trial bottles free at Perry and Thomas Drug Store Regular size 50c and 100 guaranteed or price refunded 1 AN BX BtLBNT M INATI N SUCCESSFUL ENTERPRISE BASED ON MERIT The Importance ol Informing The Public ot Tho Value of an Article Through The Leading Newspapers The few remedies which have at tained to world wide fame as truly beneficial in effect and gives satisfac tionfo millions of people everywherei are the products of the knowledge of the most eminent physicians and presented in the form most acceptable to the human system by the skill of the worlds great chemists and one of the successful examples is tho Syrup of Figs manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co Unlike a host of imita Lions lllli cheap substitutes Syrup of Figs is permanently beneficial in its effects and therefore lives and pro motes good health while inferior pre parations are being cast aside and forgotten In olden times if a remedy gave temporary relief to individuals here and there it was thought good but nowa days laxative remedy must give satisfaction toall If you have never used Syrup Qf Figs give ita trial and you will bo pleased with it and will recommend it to your friends or to any who suffers from constipation or from overfeeding or from colds heath Inches biliousness or other ills result ing froman inactive condition of the kidneys liver and bowels In the process of manufacturing the pleasant family luxiulVo made by the California Fig Svruu Co and named Syrup of Figs figs ard 1U ed 5s theyflre pleasant totbe tttelkit tho medicinal properties of the remedy areobtained from ant eIcalent comliTriallb Iplants known tole medicinally Jaxa tivoatid to act most beneficially As tho true and original relnedyjnairied Syrup of Figs is manufaclured by the Califvrniiv Figs Syrup Co only p knowledge of tiiat met wilt assist in avoiding tLe worthless imitations manu factured 1Yother parties The Corn pany has selected for tidttIm lending pufiTlcationsSoftheUnitedStatCB fftheolillibecolumns ruUIIIHESi 7 YouieaDear mil You Bay you often lay down the law to your wife How do you go about It JoneWhy all yu neediinfirm Hess I usually go into my study lock tn dboiriaidp it over the tran4u 1ye4 oa lifim1 I1l5e1P yc4 BAKING POWDER I QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF GENERAL INTEREST I CourierJournal 211991 Louisville Will you kindly enumer inhistoryThe first cold snap of which there appears to be any authentic record oc curred in the year 400 when the Euxine Sea was frozen over for twenty days From October 703 to the following ebrnary tim seas about Constantinople were frozen a hundred miles from shore A cold wave is said to have swept over England on n midsummer day in 1035 In 1063 the Thames was frozen over for fourteen weeks From Kovemuer10TG till the following April England hall exceptionally cold weather The Cotteeat was entirely frozen in 1291 In 1433 the cold was so intense that the birds sought shelter In the towns of Germany In 1400 the Baltic was frozen and passengers crossed be tween Denmark and Sweden In 1G94 the Hhine and the SchmIdt and the sea at Venice were frozen All the rivers of Europe and the ZuvderZee were frozen and ice was in tho Hellespont in 1622 Birds perished in England the forest trees were split and the Thames was covered with eleven inches of ice in 1084 In 1691 the cold drove the wolves into Vienna where they at tacked people in the streets The winter of 17SS9 was a hard one tborugh out Europe The winters of 1810 and 1812 were serve in Russia That ot 1812 was rendered especially notable by the awful Russian campaign of Napoleon On January 2 1219 the cold was so in tense in parts of Norway that quick silver froze and perSons exposed the atmosphere lost thcii breath In 1855 the cold was severe in the United States the mercury congealing in Northern Indiana in January The cold was also notable in January and February 1856 December 1860 January 5 1801 December 1S74 and January 1881 Spains Greatest Need Mr KP Olivia of Barcelona Spain spends his winters at AlkenSC Weak nerves had caused severe pains In the backof his head On using Electric Bitters Americas greatest BlpQdand Nerve Remedy all pain soon left him He says this grand medicine is what his country heeds All America knows that itcures Hvifr and kidney trouble purifiesHbe blood tones up the stom ach strengthens the nerves puts vim vigor and now life into every niucle nerve and organ of the body If weak tired or ailing you need It Every bottle guaranteed only 50 cents Sold by Perry Thomas Druggist 1 THE NEWSPAPER A little boy in a neighboring town was required to write an essay the other day Tho Newspaper was his subject and here is the resultFI dont know how newspapers came to be in the world I dont think God does for he haint got nothing to say bout them and editor is not in the Bible I think the editor is one of the missing links you hear about and stayed in the brush till after the flood then came out and wrote the thing up and been here ever since Idont think he ever dies I never saw a dead un and never heard of one getting licked Our papT is a mighty poor un the editor goes thont underclothes nil winter dont wear no socks and pa hasnt paid his subscription in five years LITERARY NOTES Book News for March covers the literary field both broadly and in do tail and records not only the general literary progress of the year but tho ape chile development of the book trorld in the past month A feature of more than passing interest is the symposium by authors setting forth above their au togrophsin some eases with amusing frankness the aims which prompted their respective works Crititsal cor respondeuce from the publishing cen tersof the United States and likewise from London illustrated reviews of the more striking books of the month and a list of those which are having the best sale in our chief cities combine to make the March Book Newii very useful to every book reader John Wanamaker Philadelphia SlId New York Monthly Gc a month 60 a year Gpv NEW YORK FASHIMS A chile costume is of drab Swedish cloth with self bands and black velvet bows as trimming Many of the high stock collars in vogue have cascades iridescent beads dangling from the front almost to the beltEarrings are actually returning to favor The daintiest ones in vogue are pearshaped dropped pcarlssurmounted by a single diamond Linen laces have been shelved by point do Paris and Valenciennes for trimming underclothes All of the charming Spring dresses shown bv Best k Co for little girls reveal if possible a greater wealth of shoulder ruffling and general butter flyishness than ever The sleeves too are full enough to look pretty anti silks both plain and figured Ire shown among Spring novelties Narrow shirred ribbons are as pre valent amoung trimmings as ever They give a dainty finish to any garment and fill in deficiencies most beautifullySome exclusive designs appear in the new lengths for ladies shirt is always In good taste for street wear Spring costumes of lightweight black earners hair serge are very desirable Taffeta silk shirt waists are made very attractive by the addition of crye tal buttons EVELYN CABLE Horrible agony is caused by Piles Burns and Skin Diseases These are immediately relieved and quickly cured by De Witts Witch Hazel Salve Be ware of worthless imitations Doug lasWehls- EVERYTHING GOES WRONG AT BEAR WALLOW e Bearwallow although only a wide place in the pike where wagons pass each other or as Dan Dougherty once said of Miadlesboroughthat it was a cackling station for migratory birds is capable of as many misfortunes it appears as any city of a hundred times its size It is interestihg to note what has befallen the village as portrayed by our correspondent Col G D Hill Here follow the fracases Isaac Oggs fine work horSe died fast week J S Ogcut his foot badly last week Irl Hicks prophecy that rain would fall so heavily as to break in house tops has been verified Clifton Benjres kitchen fell breaking the furni ture badly Squire Youngs chimney fell today J A Lain came very near getting his right car broken during the freeze but escaped unhurt We are sufferipg awfully from bad roads uleiS M Graves is very low Mrs J Adams is very ill We pause here for breath hoping that the calamities that have befallen Bearwallow citizens will bo sufficiently stayed to permit of their recuperation elsu the little hamlet will be wiped olf the map Coughing injures and inflames sore lungs One Minute Cough Cure loosens the cold allays coughing and heals quickly The best cure for children Douglas Wells BAD BUSINESS An old graveyard digger who lived in a village at the foot of tho Grampians was one day complaining about the dullness 01 timed Man John is trade that bad wi ye said a sympa thizing neighbor Bad returned John bringing his staff down with an impatient gesture I have na buried a leevin sowl this sax weeksN Y Tribune Paul Perry of Columbus Ga suf fered agony for thirty years and then cured his Piles using De Witts Witch Hazel Salve It heals injuries MARRIED MATLACK Captain Frank Matlack a a widely known passenger conductor on the Cincinnati Southern died lost Wednesday morning in Covington Deceased is a brother of Capt Tom Matlack a popular conductor on the K C The latter is pleasantly recalled by the writer as one of the best men that ever pulled a bell cord on the old L C L Short line between Louis vill Lexington and Cincinnati Endorsed y the Governor West Virginias chief magistrate recommends Perttna the National Catarrh Remedy and Nerve Tonic EPRESENTATIVE MEN I lire slow to speak for publication This is ho- I I cause their influence is so great Tho endorse I Kent of Governors Senators anti Congressmen guarantees merit Public words of praise from such promlnentomcials must be based on positive knowledge The recognition which the eatan remedy Peru a is constantly receiving by mea of national fame Is very gratifying Amdag reecmt letters from perstms of eminence is the following from Governor Atkinson of West Virginia The governor ays rjllFPoi lJouglas CHARLESTON West Va Marcia 9 1898 The Ptmitf Medicine Co Colttmbut GKXTLXMKH leaareeotllleHyoer pre Bcription Pcrusa aa a toeIe Ita TepwUtloa La a care for catarrlt it excellent it luiving beea scd lIya member efjpeepl kaowa to ewIk the very best reSSlU Very truly r Q GOT Gff AxKrxaoy Catarrh is the aatloaal disease Not an American family is free from it Tho search for relief saA ere is con atant Experiment of all kinds are continually macje without result for good Ignorance of ilM causes and nature ofcatarrh isiiBiTvnal Catarrh is elusive persist ot peneattng It may exist in any organ pf the body For this national malady there exists the national acieMtthcaeedyPeruna whichfor forty yelolS has bcn doing a grand work Pcrana is the Keffinehin toeot tiatarrk Taadofisaa it wiasrever it y uist Is thc of Pr nartuumPrNl 4 t ziglca1- 11oeL Columbus tO EJ 100 alntkRttoerwllNte to vellus IIOft ub3ct 9t dilI DrI1fat- iIIiu a u AI4AgSsWIU JIoa na f tI iiiD r 1c KK KK KiK Ds1 KKTta tiding Sjrtclartsts ef Aswlcai 2OYEARS1NQHIO 250000 CURED WECURE EMISSIONS Nothing can be moro demovalixiiig to young or rokldlonccd men than thejnret ItJenco or these nightIy lORu Produce weakness nervounces flor dlJtInlUldawlloltralnofr1mpto marriedtUe I whether canted by evil habits in youth ourtiewNOCURENOPAYI Header ouneei1bc1p Early abu to or conBiposure Methodwin HYonngand hnjznrd nervous irritable and ex citAble You become forgetful moro eand despondent blotches anti pimples i stoopingformthe blight of your existence WE CURE WHCOCEIE ciI No matter how serious your ease may ourNEYcure It The wonnr veins return to a their normal condition and hence thtllsexual organs receive nourishment organs become vitalized all IbenctNO CORK NO PAY NO OPEItAfTLON fCURESSVPIIILISOLEETSTIIICTURE VA1tICOCELE SEIINAL LOSSE BLADDER AND KID NEY diseases CONSULTATION FIlER BOOKS FREE CHARGES OMETREATMENT DRS KENNEDY KERGAN 122 W FOURTH ST CINCINNATI 0- kfi KK KAJK K Paint For Sale We have an unlimited quantity of black paint suitable for barns Iron Fences Gutters c Will sell in any quantity priceForon or address 11114tor Light Co Jan2S3m Drugswe because we know nothing adout the drug business b- utPaFnth We make sell and apply After more than 30 years actual practical perlencein the making selling and on of paint we feel some what in claiming that we know something more about the business than those who have torn short time as clerks and dealers been selling OTer the counter 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 will produce better re suits for less money than any concern this aide of the larger clUes Now make a list of paints wanted from White Lead on get figures from all then get our figures and If wo are not lower and give you better goods than any one else we that we wont ask you jo buy InspectionUQl M11 WILL II 203 nix STREE- TRICHIIOND KY 02The largest and only exclusive wholesale and retail dealer in Paints Wall Paper Win dow Shades Window Glass Oils Varnishes Brushes Artist and Painters supplies generally stock the largest and prices alwaj s the lowest 00 TO THE English Kitchen U W Short St Lextogjn Ky J W1CAJKIM bltrit1e Regular meals 26 ceRt Lotigiig Z cents Most convenient sad centrally located hotel In the city Fine equipped bar InroaectIuu Ihk A AAl 50 YEARS l EXPERIENCE PATENT 1 TlrHMAM DcslN- yryy CYRIBnTlllle seeding aketch an4 lon ai quickly certain oqir optsden INS asr am Invention Is Proltalu1ktlons strtotlr Mt3 tent fred OI4e t s f JIIrPatents taa through pseelve tfxeioliwMw wUVmt thorI4il- jIlh1trattiA LV de- csiethni ot any scleattfio r R yer four itrthj k J ItWai v7 il uI FOR SALE The executor of Lee Jake White deceased offers for sale privately about I Aura of Lnd1t Wi of which lies Immediately Foxtown the alance Is between the land of Wm Bennett and Dudley Triable Thelatter is in bluegrass and has not been ploughed for thirty years Address John G Cole Ex Box Ii9 Winchester Ky JantJm 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 generalsuperiority andwe are selling them at prices that will surprise you quality con sidered JOHN DONELSOK == News and Opinions= = 0Fese National Importance The SunELONE Contains Both +44 + Daily by mail 56 a year Daily and Sunday by mail8 a year 5t 8 5tIS TIlE GREATEST SUNDAY NEWSPAPER IN THE WORLD Price 5 cents a copy By mall 200 a year Address TIlE SUN New Yo- rkQRINBACKS 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 Bankers both emanating from London and the fabulous corruption fund raised in England and Germany estinated at 1500000 were the agents that se cured the closing of our mints against silver The walk into my parlor policy of England during and since the Spanish War is the latest evidence of English Diplomacy in shaping the 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 proportionFor understanding of the money question or silver issue the has uniformly given evidence of its ability to teach explain and produce all facts and truth It is a paper that ought and can be read by all classes with pleasure and profit WHHosnalCO Commission Merchants Cattle logs in4 hp UNION STOCK YARDS CINCINNATI 0 TELEPHONE 7346 j0rAll information regarding livestock cheerfully furnished Consign your stock direct to us 6ept ly ++CLL AT + lffl SALOON PARLOR WREN IM TOWN Coolest andmost refreshing of drinks that can be found in tiki city are dispensed by uptodatfc and accomjaor dating clerks 8MMti W4r Kept lap JQnILlJnJUllilqr Pho3 St C irIcInMlfDiKK We Dont Want a Cent Of your money unless you get value received for it For that reason we are always glad to have you look around the store and learn how much better YOU can do here than 0anywhere I Suites Bedroom I f lMahogyBeautiful Brass and Folding Beds Elegant Sideboards sExtension and Center Tables Odd Dressers Chiffoniers Parlor Cabinet Book Cases Hat Racks Etc Etc There is also on display in my store the most elegant display of Morris Chairs ever I brought to Richmond My 1Rbe excelled A handsome line of Couches in Velvet and Corduroy just received from the city Clothes Hampers Scrap and Work Baskets Smyrna and Wilton Rugs are also attract p ive additions to our business If you are a lover of beauty it will pay you to call and my line of Framed Pictures Me dallions c We also make a specialty of Jframing pictures Our line is full and complete rind in charge of Mr M G Brown a graduate embalmer 1and funeral director It will pay you to call on me before purchasing elsewhere r 1J SI NEVILLE Collin9USuccessor to J 8 rNIGHT PHONE 23G A BOON TO MANKINDU I DR TABLERS BUCKEY PiLE 1ei B CURE I f A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILEDl TUBES BY MAIL 75 CENTS BOTTLES 50 CENTS JAMES F BALLAfiD Sole Profflelor 310 North Main Street ST LOUIS HO For sale by PERRY THOMAS Druggists I1 Madison Monumental Works ESTABLISHED 1863 JAMES T HAMILTON PROPRIETOR Monuments Tombs Headstones Statuary and Foreign and American Marble and Granite + + + t+ + + + PUB WORK A IPEGIALTY +++ ++++++++4 Tliosevho are contemplatjmr buying Marble Granite or any kind of Cemetery Work will find it to th lr1nterest to call at the old stand in the roM of tim M a Church on Irvine Street where they will find constantly on hand a large stock of finished work to select from itt prices to suit all classes of buyers fifblu W G GOUGHEH one of the best workmen 1n Control Kentucky is in charge of our establishment and this means satisfactory work In every phase Parties living at a distance should write to us for designs which will be furnished oa application IrYOUR PATUOKAGE SOLICITEDa3 J7 MES D HJMIL T0N Proprietoi REPAIRING AND SPECIALTY TIMKING FINE WATCHES All Work Stmranteed 1 LE LANE J Er vETHR cS OPTIOIAN 4 2ND STREET RICHMOND KY REMEMBERYeu can buy more GROCERIES for less money a4TnuRMANS thaft on Earth Give aseall THURMA S GItOCEIY Co1 Coa MAUI AND CaacipsiEiie tlliqHMpNP ICY vr I L1 aiI IItII 1T 11ZikI i 7I 1iF 2 J i J h The Richmond Climax J aDd EdItorstIlLLERProprietorsA D a E WOODS Auocbte Editor WEDNESDAY MCH 8 1FS9 PUULISUKUEVKBY 7KD5RSDAT BY The Climax Printing CO PRICE FEU YEAR 1501 ANNOUNCEMENTFOR We are authorized to announce JOHN B C1IENAU1T of Madison county a candidate for the office of State Auditor subject to the action of the Democratic State Convention FOB BEPBESBSTATJVE We are authorized to announce M II WILL lAMS a candidate forthe Legislature subject to the action of tile Democratic party We are authorized to announce W W COMBS a candidate to succeed himself in the next general assembly of the State of Ken tucky subject to the wilt of the Democratic party tritE evidences aro that perpetual motion has been discovered The revenue stamp must bo licked and seemingly licked forever ONE reason why the gum on our revenue stamps tastes so badly is that you lick to pay Egan a salary of S5500 pe- rvearfor conduct unbecoming a gUn tieman etc IF removing the tariff duty on wood pulp will smash the print paper trust why will the piacingof other things on the free list not smash other trusts TILE Democratic State Executive and State Central Committees have been called to meet at Lexington today to fix time and place for holding the State convention Mn AIXSEU asserts that the continued rumors of his resignation causo him much annoyance The constant lack of truth in the rumors causes the public much more annoyance No one criticises American soldiers for fighting the Filipinos We are proud of the way our men fought But who is proud of the policy that made it necessary for the American soldiers to turn their guns against the Filipinos BRYAN would be such an easy thing to beat in 1900 that the Republican organs hail with joy any rumor to the effect that i lans are being laid to prevent Mr Bryan from receiving the Democratic nomination for President IN a recant suit from Laurel county in which Judge Beckner was a leading attorney the Court ot Appeals decided that the County Superintendent of Schools has the right to remove mem her of tho Bonn Ilf Examiners at any time and without cause CoxeiDEijixfl the fuel that catfish mouth Taylor was thought to have n cinch on the appointment as Judge Burrs successor we are prepared to en derse unequivocally tho selection of Walter Evans great is the contrast in the decency anti brains of the two men fouxEY GINKIIUL TAYLOR did not Inst any longer in tho race for the United Ststos District Judgebhip than ho will when Watt Uardin gets a whack at him on the stump He went to Washing ton the President took a good look at him felt the bumps on his head and told him he did not need his services Glasgow Times ATTOHNHYGKNBUAL W S TAY LOU whose knowledge of law could he safely stowed away in agnata heel is a candidate to succeed Judge Barr on the U S district court bench Time pre sumption of little accidents in office is astounding Time AttorneyGeneral is said to lie backed by Doboe and lieu tot two other sweet things Cynthi ana Democrat Tin Goehel election law has been pissed upon by the highest court in the State and declared constitutional It is in operation anil there should be nothing more said about it The Demo cratic party should not take it up as a party measure any more than it should take tip any one of the other bills that were passed by tho last legislature Cyiitlilana Democrat TUB Augusta Chronicle accuses us of saying mean things about Senator Goebul We deny the alligation and defv tho alligator We have never said a mean ihing about Sonator UoobelWe fuel at liberty to discuss the offeringfirpeople of Kentucky If his record isnt good that is certainly not our fault We do not like machine methods in politics and WI are going to smash every machine we can Thats all there is to it Lets sing the doxology Cyn thiana Democrat CiFiBrowerCo I LEXINGTON KY MorrisChairs 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 Rs Ur y At Any Ratc We do not agree with that sarcastic Frenchman who called American home life A matter merely of easy chair house coat and slip pers But there is no doubt that in trinity is found one of the outward and visible forms of do mestic happiness B5J You cannot invest money ina chair that will give you as much satisfaction TRY ONE YOU WILL UKEIT We have put six on special sale this week At 675 Oak pr Mahogany frames any color of cushion CF1 BroerCo14p MA1 N LEXINGTON KY HfM 17 Iri t2oI J A FRIEND of temperance sent the quotationWocity of time Ideal We are aware that we shall never reach it butthe suburbs are very pleasant To the Ihouchtfui citizen he who has the highest moral welfare of his corn munity at heart the above is strengthening and reassuring if practically applied IF the next century added not a dollar to time worlds material wealth nor a single discovery to science nor a new mechanical appliance it might be just as well or better for sons of earth It would give the spiritual an oppor tunity to catch up The history of na tions shows that their decline began when their prosperity was at its height and when they felt most secure then It was that their foundations crumbled Jfpw that much of what Congress failed to do is justly chargeable to the Speaker we are glad to note that Democratic opinion of Speaker Reed is being shared by our Republican fiiend long as Democrats and Populists were the victims of his tyranny the Republicans hailed and applauded Iteed as a great and good man But Repubilcansmake a difference whose ox is gored WE rrint the following without comment except that there are others besides Woodford The County Assessors report shows that the taxpayers of Woodford county had on deposit in bank Sept 1st 1S9S 113188 The statements of the five banks in Woodford county January 1st 18U9 showed aggregate de posits of about 55000 an increase in months of nearly four hundred per cent This is prosperity in great chunks or somebody lied to the assessor Tim InteriorJournal was 27 years old last Friday Having read it ever since 1887 with more regularity and greater interest and profit than any other paper published in America Europe Arope Irope Orope or Stir rup we celebrate its recurring anniver saries with a pridn almost of owner ship May it continue the foremost country paper of the state wielding an Influence for good that will endure long after the baud that guides it has laid down the pen that has been so long the envy and admiration of the press and public of this and other States KENTUCKYS highest naval officer is John Crittenden Watson and we are rejoiced that the failure of the Senate to confirm the nominations for promo tions results in the advancement of this gallant Kentuckian to the position of Hear Admiral ranking both Schley and Sampson as bis former relative rank and all the Commanders go up together Senator Lindsay is credited with championing the cause of the Kentuckian but back of him stood the Lexington Gazette which first called his attention to tho injustice that hud already been done to Critten den Watson by the Secretary of the Navy in advancing both Schley and Sampson over him Time CLIMAX made an humble appeal for justice to the distinguished Kentuckian but the Ga zette deseryes all honor THE editor of the CLIMAX Is in receipt of a letter from Major General Nelson A Miles acknowledging with thanks a suggestion that he examine the files of the York Sun of last summer and find therein the most unreserved con demnation of the food provided for our soldiers in Cuba Time particular case which then aroused the ire of that great journal but which is now unfriendly to General Miles attitude on the beef question was time awful death of private soldier Tiffany who in the Suns own language was Starved To Death The young man stricken with fever in Cuba was sent home on a transport but the food was so wretched that his vitality was hopelessly under mined He reached homo and frfcnds and all that countless wealth could do was employed to vitalize the emaciated starved creature but in vain He died and thero arose a storm of indig nation at the cruel care he had received from time country in whose service he had enlisted Remembering the Suns unsparing criticism of the commissary depart ment at the time and knowing telegraphedGeneral and compel tho paper to eat its own msord with the hope also that itmight aid him to establish the truth of his claims that our soldiers had been fed on rotten meat While in Atlanta last Julwe met a soldier who had been wounded at San Juan Hill He was a regular ot eight years service Said he We cm fight Spaniards twenty four hours every day thats our profession h-utdd if we can light starvation I Questioned closely ho said his experi armyinupholding the flag of a nation that would permit its men to starve in sight of plenty But this was only one stanceGeneral Miles is engaged in a diffi cult task While he has truth on his side the whole machinery of the gov eminent seems to be against him We are for General Miles and trust he will kick over the whitewash bucket tire pared for the packing houses and ex pose the mercenary murderers of the Spanishpoisonous beef PERSONAL visitinMrs Hutchison was called to Russell Cave on Saturday by the serious Illness of her niece hamefromguest of Miss Booker Mrs Richard Heber andchildren Woodford are visiting Mr and ira Jima Grimes at Red House Mr W Tandy Chenault of Nash Me6BrsJU S Marshal Short of Paint Lick has moved his family to M Vernon to make that place his home- lion J Davis Reid of ML Sterling spent from Saturday to Monday with his daughter Mrs D M Cheuault Lexingtonthe guest of Mr and Mrs G G Prewitt toEstilldames W W Pigg and Claude Smith Mrs Win Devore and Mrs Lilly Buckley left yesterday for Louisville where they will purchase their Spring stock of goods lIon Thos G Stuart of Winchester the most progressive citizen today In the Blue irass was the guest of Mrs French Tipton on Sunday Miss Mame Wilson Carpenter re tumed with Mrs Turner from Richmond Wednesday to a few days at home Stanford Journal Messrs R Lee Davis and J W Cole MrlJavIsfriends in the capital of Rockcastle younJtlarmer prettydaughtorweekMr Chas Jacobs one of ourforemost tailors was in Lexington last week llgencyforcounty ofCofleecountyKansallormerly summoned to the bedside of his sick mother Mrs Zerelda Berry at Union City last week Mr Joseph Joplin and bride nee Mrs Hume will return from Lexington today preparatory for their departure for the groom e home atOmaha stopping in Chicago enroute Mn Moffett who was chosen chairman In the oratorical contest held Isagrcatfrionded the latter in this city Lancaster RecordS whobaebeenprovId6Qherlittle iiiilIui Only tfieftrst Step is Difficult The first step in Spring slioutJ be to cleanse Natures house from Winters accumu lations Hoods Sarsaparilla does this work easily It is Americas Greatest Spring Medicine Itpurifies the blood as millons of people say It makes the weak strong as nervous men and women gladly testify It cures all blood diseases as thousands of cured voluntarily write It is just the medicine for you as you will gladly say after you have given it a fair trial Bad Blood Although put 70 years of age I am thoroughly well It was three bottles of Hoods Sarsaparilla that made me so after spending over 00 In medical attendance My trouble was a raw sore on my ankle MBS LoUISA MASOIT Court Street Lowell Mass Running Sores After worrying four months I gaTe my children Hoods Sarsa parilla and It cured them of running sores Hoods Pills cured mo of dyspepsia and constipation Mas KATE E THOMAS 31 Governor St Annapolis Md Consumptive Cough Five years ago I had a consumptive cough which reduced me to a skeleton Was advised to take Hoods SarsaparIlla which I did and recovered normal health I have been well ever since MATILDA BBIDOEWATEB Cor Pearl and Chestnut StsM Jettcrsonvllle Ind lld28awai IToodi care liver Dis the nonlrrltatine and Ionly cathartic to take with lloodi Sanapanlla been quite sick Is betler Jessamine Journal Mrs Walker McKenney nee Miss Hallle Boggs of Winchester came over on Saturday to visit her parents Mr and Mrs K C Boggs at House She was accompanied by her little niece daughter of Mr and Mrs Ben Bopgs of this city delightfullyhonor of the seventh anniversary of the marriage of Dr and Mrs A H Stewart It was also the birthday of Mr Hargis The affair was notably handsome the dinner and decorations being in har mony with the occasion Mr Green Clay of Cincinnati is here on a visit to his mother Mrs Mary B Green is delighted with Cincinnati anti Is making satisfactory progress in his law practice A rather pleasant occurred to him last week In a competitive examination in German open to the United States Mr Clay won a prize being the only American to succeed against the German scholars Mr and Mrs Mat Cohen entertained Friday evening at 6 oclock dinner in honor of Mr and Mrs Joe ChcnaulL There were twelve guests present Misses Margaret Chonault Elizabeth Taylor Hart Minnie Wapcrs Mr and Mrs Joe Chenault Messrs Jeptha Chenanlt Cass Tribble Nat Bachman Joe Tevls Jas Neale Eight courses were served The decorations were red carnations The affair was recherche Prof W K Argo who has just been elected Superintendent of the Colorado School for the Deaf and Blind is a son inlaw of Jude Wm Chenanlt of this city He was chosen to succeed Prof D C Dudley who was forced to resign on account of failing health Prof Argo has been connected with this in stitution for some years as a member of the faculty and his hundreds of Ken tuck friends will be gratified to learn theystillis unfavorable to his return to the Bluegrass RELIGIOUS Beginint this evening at 730 and continuing probably four weeks on prayer meeting evenings Rev Jasper K Smith will deliver short lectures on the Presbyterian Confession of Faith omitting those portions held in common with other evangelical churches The talks will bo brief but interesting and instructive Wo reproduce part ofa sermon delivered by an old darkey down South many years ago for the beauty and good sense in It My God bress your souls ligion am like de Albam river In de spring comes freshet and bring all de ole logs slabs and sticks dat carrydemwater go down den a log catch here on dis island den a slab let cotched on de shore and do sticks in de bushes and dar dey lay withrin till long como an odder fresh Jus so dar come a vival of ligion and dis ole sinner is stuck on his ole sin den dat ole blackslider is cotch where he was afore on jus such a rock den one arter anodder what has got ligion lays along do shore and dar dey lay till anodder vival Bclovid bredren God bress your souls keep in de current DEATHS WILMOKE The death of Dr CS Wilmore at Kirksville last Saturday resulting from paralysis was a great shock to this community where his virtues as a good citizen and his talents- as a tine physician were well known Maggitwho is a sister of Mrs W B Smith and Mr S S Parks of this city Time Interment took place on Monday at 1 CemeteryTheof the esteem in which the deceased was held by the medical profession publicationAt a meeting of the physicians of Madison county held a com mittee was appointed to draft suitable resolution to the memory of Dr C S Wilmore who departed this life Saturday March 4 1819 in the 76th year of his age Ho had been actively en gaged in the practice of medicine for 1 years Ho was a man of sterling reatlytoat all hours tender and cheerful in the sickroom dignified and honorable in his association with professional breth promisessympathiesj this time of their affliction Resolved That the profession has lost one of its most honorable members ontt dignitywasdefence T M POYTZ- M C HEATH I Corn C J BALES J JONES The death of Mrs Wm B Jones which occurred on Tuesday ourlastbelovedfriends Her death bed was the scene of a remarkable exhibition of Christian fortitude and trust Conscious of her approaching end time dying woman called about her couch all her loved ones and delivered to each a message that was profoundly teaching her words seeming almost to have been In spired The scene will never bo for gotten Deceased who was the beloved wife of Capt Wn Jones was form erl Miss Mary Rnlu Allen of Green county Tenn whore she was born 25 1815 She was united in mar riage at her fathers home near Columbia S U on July 12 1805 and for withherthence to time1Presbyto Increasedherof devoted friends drawn from all classes and conditions for she was a favorite everywhere Aside from these devotedhusband OWKd ii Il William and Richard Jones In this hour of their sorrow this household should bo comforted by the knowledge that theirloved one exem plified all the Christian virtues in her life and triumphed over death and time grave with the confident hope of a blessed Immortality The funeral services at time family residence wore conducted by Rev Zernow iastor of the Presbyterian church after which time long procession of sorrowing friends fol of their loved neigh bor and friend to their last resting placelll our beautiful CIty of the Dead Where shall we find another like to her awayOrHow bind the broken hearts ot this sad day I 0 The stricken hntSindflnds that his beloved Is silent for the first time when be calls The voice of mourning answers him 4 In echoes sIlcnt empty halls Her friends her church will miss her welcome face And those who know her best will sorrow moat Bat all her pain Is past The sweet voice now Will swell the anthems of the heavenly host CEW LOCAL iMr Joe Wilson of Louisville has accepted a position at the It N I B depot Do you see Rico Arnolds warn ing that their Sweep Out Sale will last but a short time longer New Clerk Mr Richard L Gentry Jr lately editor of the job department of time CUUAX has accepted the position of clerk with Stockton Hngan Richard likes tho place and can already tell dis tilled aqua from H2 SO4 Kit and Mitch Those entirely capable and eminently satisfactory merchant tailors and cloth iers Covington Mitchell are ready to supply tho trade with the latest styles In genta wearing apparel to or der or ready made Their store is the largest in the Blue Grass and their stock unsurpassed Court Day Bad weather kept the largest part of the court day crowd around thostore stoves Anyhow there avas some busi ness done About 1000 cattle at the two yards bringing 3J to 6Jc the latter paid by the head without weighing Good steers brought 4U to 6c heifers 4 to 4J mules few only and brought 50 to S75 Seeks a Divorce Ben Way of Louisville who married Miss Grace Taylor last June seeks a divorco The bride is a daughter of Expostmaster John Taylor of this city and it is said she never lived with her husband since the wedding cere mony was performed Tho husbands petition for divorce alleges fraud force and duress Way also declares he was intoxicated and wholly irresponsible at tho time Mrs Way is visiting a sister in Pittsburg Some Elegant Work in Art We have written considerable of the fine portraits made by the Walters1 party artists who have been stopping at the Hotel Glyndon in this city for the past two month but all we have said could not in the least convey even a slight conception of the elegance and genuineness of their work We have never known an artist that could make a portrait so natural Every detail of feature and dress is supplied with a definiteness and correctness that is remarkable There is nothing mechani cal in their work but every thing is freehand movement directed by a gift or talent of the artists such as is found only in rare instances A talent the gift of nature which is able to impart into every production lifelike feature that makes tho picture appear almost to breathe and relieves tho bare and strait monotony the characteristic cf so many pictures That Farm ProblemThe Stale Soards Reply Another letter from Prot CW Bell member of the State Board of Examm ers has been received but it is too lengthy for insertion this week and our response would consumo additional space which wo cannot spare The The Professor claims that his figure is a positive solution We reply that from his diagram wo could make a million positive solutions and each would contain no more assumption than his own Tho Professor will bear inmind that wo comprehend the point he is endeav oring to make viz That his solution- of the problem is time only one that can be made all others being indetermi nate inasmuch as they assume the lengths of the parallels whilst ho gives a positive solution We propose to prove now that his problem is inde terminate both from our standpoint as demonstated last week and also from his own diagram which wo will illns trate next weeK with drawings Beautiful Portraits What is more beautiful and dear to the living than a portrait of the be loved who have departed and are now on the other side of the great divide that separates our world from time world to come This is illustrated by tho knots of people ever gathered around Moberleys show window to view the portraits of prominent people placed there by time Watters Party during tho last two months Their portraits have in every instance beengreatly admired not only as perfect likenesses but as time most beauti fully finished pictures ever presented here Life like they are to such an extent that one feels almost like saluting them and the softness and beautiful finish of the work calls forth univer sal praise The back ground and shading give that gentle relief which but few artists know how to produce This finedls play of portraits will continue on exhibition three weeke An Eslill County Soldiers Troubles The Jackson Hustler thus elaborates the misfortunes that befell an Estfll County soldier last week Dan Rice a member of the late 4th Kentucky who hails from Estlll couu ty hoarded the af ternooutra In Monday at Stanton with the avowed purpose of going to Lexington Having upon Awarded Highest Honors Worlds Fair DR J tli MMNG NWDIRMOST PERFECT MADE 1Ia r E c ji IE HAVE PLENTY OF COAL tAnd can fill orders promptly Our Pine and Straight Creek 0Coals can not be ex celled We also handle Hay Corn etc Tele ISS Strictly Cash NEFF MILLION His person a pistol and a bowls knife lie soon manifested a desire to tako charge of tho train After Capt Mar tin had relieved him of his fire arms he drew his knifo and announced his intention of carving up the urbane conductor In disarming him Capt Martin received n slight cut on the finger Capt Martin telegraphed the authorities at Winchester and when the train reached that point Mr Rice was introduced to a gentleman dressed in blue who cave him a pressing invitation to stop over and spend the night lie was tried on time following day at Winchester and is now a guest of that gentleman in charged time county board hug houso located back of time court house where he will remain for fifty lays at the public expense They Dont Know When They Arc Killed The circulars scattered broadcast last Friday morning before the break of day excoriating the editor of this paper for his alleged false statements made in this paper recently regarding the squab ble oter tie election of Mr Moffet at C U created a great sensationin the printing office whence they came Otherwise they only amused those who gave the tiine to their perusal As the authors are unknown we supply the deficiency by addressing this to time Chief Kickers of the Knockers Your circular to band I have sub mitted my former article to equally respectable students and they pronounce It correct In all essential particulars This does not raise the question of ve racity between you and them It sim ply develops tho fact that you are a set of sore heads and dont yet know that you have been run over and crushed by the Facultys juggernaut of common sense Boys you are dead wrong the un feelingstowardto him On time other hand he had counseled compiomise in the interest of peace among the student body This hepublishedcollegeTimetherein ir corrected would not have positionIdents have repudiated your circular whQfancicddrop down and square your bill at this ofllce we will call off our dogs of war TtomblinglyC E W The Mysterious Darkness of Friday The Phenomenon Explained At 4 oclock Friday afternoon last with alarming suddenness and depth the darkness of night settled over the nightforbegan to lift the hardest hall storm in memory fell for five minutes pelting furyTimelarge hut they rained down in such quantity that tho streets were white with time icy pebbles This interesting explanation of the wonderful phenomenon and Its relation to tornadoes ap peared in Saturdays Louisville Dis patch TIme manner in which hail is formed is accountable for its rapid fall and the short duration of the storm Time atmospheric conditions for a hail storm are identical with those of a tornado travelling some distance ahovo time earth It is always local in character and in this respect bears out tIme asser tion that hail is produced by a tornado passing in time air When hail falls there are two clouds or strata of air the upper nnn cold the lower warm A current of air rotates around a horizontal axis and a flake of snow falling from tho cold upper strata becomes moist when it reaches the lower cloud hero it fs caught by time whirling current and carried back to the cold strata This is repeated doz ens of times and can readily be under stood by examining hall stone It is formed of layers one of snow and an other of ice Time ice is the vapor or water which was caught in tho lower instantaneouslyfrozen an infinitesimal thickness When this Is congealed snow gathers on it and it is carried downward for more moisture This continues until gravitation overcomes the influence of tho vortex or until centrifugal force hurls itont All this takes but a few seconds and when the stone is released from the currert it dashes down This rotating motion in the air does not continue more than a few minutes at most which explains why hail never falls more than a few minutes Tornadoes and ii hailstorm must neccssarilend as rapidl- yCORJESPONDENCJ3 VALLEY VIEW No damage so far has been done at this place by the tide Manager G A Roy returned from a business trip to Cincinnati lastSaturday Mrs Susan MaGuire returned from Lexington last week where she visited friends On account of hijrh water Miss Lela Harris suspended lie i s boDl until the tide recedes WC BlggeretaQ who has been confined to his room with grippe is able to be out again George W Hutchison manager Bar ker Cedar Co was in Nicbolasville one day last week W J Roberts of London left for home Friday after a stay of several days hellion business At this writing the Kentucky river is 5 feet 3 and rising at tho rate of 3 inches an hour Residents in tho lowlands are preparing to vacate it is rumored here that Miuo lIestess Fred Burton proprietor of Hotel Burton has rented his place to A D Goosey Mr Burton will move to Cot tonburg Conrad Davis a tenant on tho farm hogsheadsFriday The highest average price realized for tobacco from this section was realized in the Cincinnati market TAT ELL EssI 100 Reward 100 The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is ateast hasbeenthat is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure is time only posiiivo cure now known to the medical Catarrh being constitutional disease requires a con CatarrhCuroIy upon the blood and mucous surfaces of trill system thereby destroying the Rlldgivintbepatlentstrellgth doingitsiworkumclMuith In its curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for forlJlTolildaSold by 8t 16 cents HI1 Family Pills are theJt iJa UUQ i I Notice to Creditors All those having claims against the estate of Columbus Perkins decd will please file same with tho undersigned properly verified on or before the 25th day of May 1899 or same will Admrsra Notice to Creditors All those having claims against the estate of Joseph Hcatbman decd will please file same properly verified at once to B B MILLION Admr rocMlw With the will annexed Our Goods AND+ Our Prices Compel you to trade withus when you gi e us a trial 1Illi ffi Wlm e1B- 1icDIB ID ID IlV The ladies cannot be deceived by catchy phrases nor bombastic claims All we have to say iSJ we buy in the best markets of the world select the latest goods and when you buy you know you have the latest uptodate goods Is that what you want If so trade with WniteAND Gibson1 are 7So Co Win and Miss were on last at the of the C P on Rev K Tho of eggs PUBLICSALEAs will offer for sale on the near at 200 m on II1JO A Y MAR H 3 Two lots immediately in acres farm of in per cent with notes hit come to with rI1lr1i L E tlrr i w 7I7Iffi7I mz married 4+++ + + 4 4 +++ ++++++++++++++++++++++++++4+ I mean to any particular house get a and buy where you can get the BEST the MONEY Come to my store and convince fI yourself of the wonderful reduction in Wraps Dress Goods Underwear Wool HosIery Comforts and of all kinds I DONT FORGETour line of Mens Boots and Shoes are the complete and n in the city I also a good of Clothing and Overalls My 7 Istock of is to too will only a few are now making them go 104 for Yards Overcoats and Always for my advertisement I can save yon I 7 I iI Cor and 1st Sts Richmond Ky F71 71 71 7f7J F 7 7ij 71 7 11 7f7J7f7J 7I ti 7I Ir w 1 k j1 7 You tell that when in need anything in the Hardware Tinware or Stove ++ line not to stop until they get to the Old Reliable House SHACKELFORD CO + + They are now buyingfor l CASE ++ + + 4And receiving Largest and Most Complete Stock for the Spring trade that ever came to Richmond tV They have had lifetime experience in the hardware business and they think they know the peoples wants They prepared to sell you anything the hardware line for less money than you can get same goods anywhere Itfow when you are not trading with just keep your on your rabbit foot and your eye peeled for D B Co tt y vvvv7F 7f U I 7J ffi ij MARRIED TAYLORSNYDEII Taylor Pearl Snyder married Thursday residence brides uncle Snyder Broadway Jasper Smith ofllciating price went beyound all cacklcations I premises Foxtown p 199 Foxtown containing about23 one twelve months bearing interest negotiable intended purchasers should prepared comply tho above terms J W COLE mch8Sw EXECUTOR I + + if so divorce GOODS for LEAST BlanKet Notions That most best carry line goods numerous mention so quote prices fthat watch money O O Main F D B sHe the the hoodoos Sale As administrator of R B Cornell son deceased I will on 5 About time hour of 10 oclock a m- on premises one milo from Rich month on Big Hill pike offer for salt publicly tho following described erty One twostory frame resfdencIJ- with about 4 acres land Tin house fs in excellent repair contains seven rooms all outbuild Timelandacres unimproved land on south side placeI1 set of harness 1 milch row 1 piano and lot of plows e TERMSAllsums under 10 cash In hand over that amount cash i in six months and balance in twelve months with at C per cent Possession given immediately J B CORNELISON feb225w Administrator m 0 IiiliW1ia m f tIlf1 mkf ilJb s 01 6skoaka 223 E ugh Street Ky Journal of Osteopathy sent free on application 1j5 LI Is right at hand so is the IiJp- ilil Vulcan i Plow Are you turay Marth Lexington And Bell CenterCut IfDisc Harrows tour store is heavilystocked with every article El Nails Wire Stoves Tinware Cutlery etc MR WM BUCKLEY our experienced tin ncr is constantly in demand for lI 6 UJMlerJlli 2p t kc IIif t t Blankets 38c to 500 + H upLadies up100Yard12 Lace 5c upPerfume up 250 up OWEN McKEE rayour folks of q of J a j in hand SHACKELFORD RiChImond Public tho a interest S S PLOWING TIME IrIChilled sucha l l Iii1ElTaylQf BrOis upLadies yardClothing Ia kt Forget Us When iu Nod of Jon Work Charles E Douglas Ceo D Simmons As good as it looks APPEARANCES ARE DECEITFULIand 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 the best to be had Bv ry- R nge u r n hen BORN STEEL RANGE IS THE BEST in Construction the Most Economical in tho use of fuel and tho Most Jereet and Satisfactory in Operation that has yet been produced We have secured time exclusive agency for this line of Ranges and will ho pleased to show them to you Sizes Styles ana Prices to suit everybody r The Cash Hardware House DOUGLAS eX SIMMONS Hardware Stoves Tinware Pows and Plow Gears Har rows Cultivators Everything ia the Farming Line Blacksmith Supplies meKlllly Advance Advertisement J t f WATCH THIS EVERY WEEK Next week forlthis week in table linen napkins and counter panes THe Maine Commission Co Dry Goods I otioBS asticl other artacles Re member the Dame when hI doubt TJOS IEPEN Manga 0 Cobnr AXII UAPlI1j i3y RICHMOND EY m Ii4 i t IT ti V 4 i EJUSTAPEDAYS LONGER 4 And our GREAT SWEEP OUT SALE will ecrowdeI ut by our immense stock of SPRING GOODS WHIOrf WILL SOON BEIN Our OUT been a grand sucCCSSThp1f lid clean out our stock fwSr and make for n treated tda feast of bargains Our only aim was to being taken fast If hvnt ourammensefSpring Line We have variety of bargain still left which arevery you takenadvantage of mleyo want to do at once as the invitation is extended to all Rethis Jt CUT PRICE SALE l t Sn the everything in thw y bf Boots Shoes Hats Caps Underwear and Neckwear Do not fail Asee ingreat cut prices we are making on Hats Yours for good goods at low prices rt p4RICE ARNOLDSUCCESSORS TO WALLACE RICE J if tt t The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY MCII 8 1899 Dr Hobson Dentist The best smoker the Proctor Knott Lgar Many farmers aro not yet done gathering their corn Wheat is looking well considering the time it was sown Sell your hidts and buy your seed patotocs at Thurmans The total assessed valuation on the 71 miles of railway in Madison is S564 9tiO Dr L II Landman will be at Hotel Zimracr UU city on Wednesday March 8 The wills of the late Joe S Boggs sail Thos Harris were probated on Monday We pay the highest and sell for the lowest prices on earth Thurman Grocery Co J D Ilil and Eliza Lane of Big Hill were married on Monday by Squire Turpin Photo Buttons tho raging fad 2c or 3 for OOe at the new gallery over Mubnrleys store feb225t Squire Nath Turpin declines to make the race for the Democratic Leg islative nomination Daughters of the Confederacy will meet with Mrs J M Poyntz at 10 oclock Faiitay morning R L Potts lias opened a general merchandise store at 8cac town with Elbridge Harris in charge Hud Dunn ot Whites Station was in 1alaska last week and bought 20 head of yearlin cattle at 4 cents V C Fielder of Lexington is nursing a broken arm at the home of his father D Fielder at Waco Rev T S Hubert will deliver his lecture on Home Sweet Home at Berea Tuesday evening March 14 Squire lurpin acted in place of Judge Sullivan at County Court Monday the Judge being too ill to preside Bo sure and get your picture taken at the new photograph gallery over Moberleys furniture store Pholes for 25 cents febSLflt If you are thinking of purchasing a Spring suit you should read Coving ton Mitchells advertisement and profit byiL- The Wallers Party popular artists a Hotel Glyndon are displaying now pictures in the show windows at Mob erlrys arcade The Walter Party popular artists at Hotel Ulyndoii are displaying new pictures in the show windows at Mob erleys arcsvle Mr Jako Shearer of Red House while crossing Otter Creek on his way to Richmond Monday caught an eight pound red horse Valley View boasts of another general merchandise store mId it is conducted by our wideawako corres pondent J L Sowers For twenty hours the creek at Red House was past fording on Saturday More water than for years says G W Deatherage of that place The new lock on tho Kentucky river will lie located at Valley View below the railroad bridge Work on it will commence about June On account of rush in advertising several newsy correspondents letters wore omitted from our last CLIMAX They appear on fourth page this issue In the absence of Judge Sullivan ou ticcout of illness Hon R Harris Crooko was elected special judge during tho session of quarterly court last week Lightning struck the flagpole on the Sue Bennett Memorial Sthool at London on Monday while i o school was In session George Jackson the janitor was knocked down by the shock EsShoriir A M Scrivner of Estill county called at this office Monday and renewed his subscription for an other year Mr Scrivner has been a subscriber over since time foundation of this paper Wagers Cohen sold to Dan Mitchell of Carlisle 5 year old chestnut maro by C H Pursell 21UU dam by Booster by Marabrino Patchia for froO J W Bales sold to same a nice brown 4 year old gelding for 21 Time Madison County Election Commissioners have decided that the local option election held last November in the Richmond Union and Elliston precincts is null and void The election was won by the temperance people Now the County Board puts the whisky people on top again Livingston Colonel Granville C Clark who lost his dwelling by fire In January last re ceivVd February 21 through Mr J W Chancy county agent a check for 1000 from the Hurst Home Insurance Co of JIHlersburg Ky Mr Clark says that tbo claim wits adjusted by Mr Chaney and Dan S Harber which was satisfactory in every respect in ev ery particular and recommends said company to all who desire flretclcfis protection against lire lightning and windat less than i one ba1f tire cost charged by old line cofapwiies n r p Proctor Knott Cigar Partridges and other birds were frozen to death by the wholesale dur ing the heavy freeze After the snow melted they were found dead in flocks and coveys LOST A heavy plain gold ring Return to this office and get liberal reward Frozen to Death Awhile man name unknown was found frozen to death near Million yesterday morning Fire Near Kingston The new frame residence ith all its contents belonging to George Young near Kingston was burned on Sunday night Loss 1000 no insurance Richmond Ladies Are delighted with the beautiful up holstering materials and artistic Upholstering done by J II McCarty in the old Stouffer room opposite Court House Lot Umbrella At some placo of business about two weeks ago I loft an umbrella with a Celluloid handle broken Finder re turn to J H Walters at Hotel Glyndon and receive liberal reward fcb22ft Surplus Stock Apple trees nt your own price received at our Nurseries for the next 45 days and other stock at reduced rates P F ADAMS SON maiS4t Waco Ky For Assessor G W Dcatherage tells the CLIMAX that at tho proper time ho will announce for Assessor subject to thenc lion of the Democratic party He would make a good man for the place Fair Notice All persons indebted to the under signed will please settle their accounts before the 20th Of March 1899 or will have to use means of force in their collection W H MANSFIELD mar82u Another Death From Meningitis Mrs Samuel Boulware of Kingston died of spinal meningitis on Sunday aged44 years This is the second death from meningitis in Madison in a week the first being Mrs W B Jones near Kirksville Estill County Loses Tha decision of the Estill Circuit Court awarding the county 8000 damages against the It N I It road for constructing its rightofway over some county highways was on Wednesday last reversed by the Court of Appeals Wanted A hustler to Hell an article offering good profit A specialty for which there is a steady and increasing de maud No samples required Good situation for right party Only those meaning business need apply Address Manufacturer Cleveland Ohio febloCt Stock Barn Burned Ono night lat week about midnight the stock barn of Mr James D Parkes was destroyed by fire No cause known Tho barn was worth tOO farming implements 300 also a car load of cottonseed meal Mr Ben Bowen is our informant Stone Is For Johnson State Auditor Stone is back from Washington City where he wont iu the interest of Frank H Johnson of Louisville candidate for National Bunk Examiner The Louisville Times claims that Johnson is one of the best Indorsed candidates for the place Drowned In Taylors Fork On his way home from this city Sat unlay night Win Abshire a well known farmer was drowned while crossing Taylors Fork The stream was swollen by time late rains and the current carried time corpse several hundred yards below where Mr Abshire attempted to cross Railway Assessment in Madison Time Auditor reports about 42 miles of track of the L N B It in Madison with a total assessed valuation of 412710Twentynine miles of track in the county belonging to time It N I Broad is assessed at 152250a total railway valuation ol 504900 Singing School Organized Prof R 0 Adams organized On Sun day night at time East End Christian lurch a singing class of about thirty pupils Wo wish him success in the work he has undertakenand with the assistance of his class a great deal of good can be accomplished and all in terested wiil be benefited thereby Fire Insurance Money Paid Granville Clark has recioved from the Hurst Home Insurance Coof Mil lersburgrtime full amount of his policy 1000 on his house burned last Janua rYefhe claim was adjusted by Di rector Dan S Harber and Supt Chaney and Mr Clark expressed the utmost satisfaction with the companys acts Highest Price at The nest House Harry S Morgan sold his crop of tobacco at tho Peoples Houso in Louis ville recently His crop sold for uiore money than any other tobacco that was offered that day and there were 1030 hhds changed lianda He thinks this good price was greatly due to the energy and special attention given his crop in the warehouse by Msssrs Head and Reese Mr Morgan says be advises everybody to ship to tho Peoples House if tboy want to get the highest insrk H ptJc J iNIi HAVE PLENTY OF COAL mWE And can fill orders Q promptly Our Pine 2Knot and Straight Creek J Coals can not be ex celled We also handle Hay Corn etc nb 21 near R Teleiipho Depot Cash NEFf MILLION S tiIiIiShropshire Won Central University will be represented at Lexington by Mr Nt Shrop shire at tho Intercolt giate Oratorical Contest having been declared the winner of the preliminary last Friday night Mr O C Crooke of this counfy was awarded second lionoi The contest was presided over by Mr Harry Moffett of Lebanon Grindstone Out ol Whack Nearly evory day we receive marked copies of papers niging Honorable So and So for some office at the Jail elec tion It goes to show one of two timings There is either a world of money in holding office or there is a powerful chance of men out of a job who can find nothing else to do Any of these as pirants can have the customary card inserted in this paper at space rates cash in advance but the handle to our grindstone is lost and no axes can be ground at this ofliceLaucaster Record Brilliant Concert in Prospect A number of our citizens arc seeking to engage Mr Powers the brilliant New York vocalist under whom Mrs Lillie Logan Kean of this city has been studying during time past winter in a concert to be given here- In the near future in compliment to Milk Kean Mrs Keans voice has met with unusual recognition from this distinguished teacher and also from the Now York musical world and it is much fo be hoped that we shall have the privilege of enjoying so sure a pleasure A Card ol Thanks The students of Madison Institute wish to express to the people of this community their cordial appreciation of and hearty thanks for the generous aid received by them in their undertak jug on February 28 The donations were most generous and the patronage most liberal Owing to the kindly in terest and assistance of our friends in the town ard county the Weeks So cial was a great success We thank youGEORGIA LETTOX MAIIOARET HAIIRELL FRANCES MASOX Commit tao Killed by the Electric Light Current Former Jailer J L Juett died at Cynthiaua from the effects of a severe electric shock An electric light wire came in contact with an iron column in the new Hamilton Hotel and charged this entire building Mr Juett was leaving time hotel and stepped upon a zinc plate and was knocked to the floor by the shock Ho was taken to liii residence where ho died in about fifteen minutes Several other persons were shocked and the hotel was set oq tire by time current but no material damage was done to the building The company that operates the electric light plant at Cvnthiana is the same1 which has secured the franchise in this city Local Option Election Annulled The local option election hold last November whereat a majority of tho voters of three districts Richmond ISlliston and Union declared for no license has been declared null and void by time County Board of Election Commissioners John B Cheu ault and B J Clay sitting W A Lang lord absent The constitutionality of the vote was questioned it being claimed by the friends of license that an election would not be binding held as this was in three precincts at once the majority to control In other words that time voters of one section ought not Ray what the voters of an other shall have Accordingly time at torneys on both sides agreed to submit a statement of time case to tIme Board which made a ruling In accordance with the above statement However they grant an appeal to the Circuit Court when a very pretty point in the new election law will be tested The friends of no license or local option claim that the powers of the Hoard are not such as to permit it to exercise the functions of the judiciary which in this instance it is claimed it did It Is stated that the Boards jurisdiction ceases with a statement of the actual facts that is that the election re suited as shown on the face of the returns and from this opinion appeal may bo taken However as the attorneys agreed to submIt the entire ques tion to the Board tho latter probably meant no usurpation bat simply corn plied with the request for their opinion and allowed appeal therefrom Burnam Moberley and Crooke were attorneys for time saloons R W Miller for the advocates of no license The latter also will claims that tho Board was not legally organized and did not meet as per law on the fourth Monday after notice of ontest was filed Waller Grimes ie charged with ha ving knocked Ed GrHco on too head mOl tally iouwdig4mzz at JiMiucaU c c 1 r +t+ ++ +++fl a so rr r W e m THE EARLY BIRDjfifcvl h GETS THE PICKu p iCo PI OF THE DAY liIIlg ++++44 + 444eeoe4444h44444 New Spring Soils NOW ON SALE Mens Youths and Children COME AND SEE THEM 9 THEY WILL PLEASE YOU PRICES ARE RIGHT NONI BETTER NONE CHEAPIR 4- C vingikn Mitchell0 1 OneFourth Off Clearing Sale 6iwill last By the forelock if you want the benefit of the OneFourth m IOFFOn all Heavy Goods suchas Suits pvelconts Shoes Un derweai Hats c HJ The Colkkr 1k STRENGAprhato If j ifrfr4 Articles tho trust wero filed at Trenton N J If your child is cross or peevish His no doubt troubled with worms Wbitba Cream Vermifugft will remove time worms and its tonaceft rEiltore its iiaturaiicheerfulness Price 25 teiUs Sold liyiJerry4e Tl M uujHm 1Q ICc 1- 1III infantry com mitted suicide at Pinar del RIO Cuba Hgestos yspepsia TaWett strengthen time stomach Mid creates a hearty appetite by insnrlwjr pifrfect di gestipu All draggista MCtltekJfor 25 ceutsa box c t5 1II r i 1899 The Busy Bee Cash Store I Z7 S e2 t S Sends Greetings to their many Friends and Patrons wishing them a happy and prosperous New Year for 18S9 t 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 UR M TTI UHDERBTJY UNDERSELLj ASHt alwayscontainOur first offerings for the New Year will be nice hopeBleachedLondsdnle Bleached Cotton 6c yard fruit of time loom Bleached Cotton Go yard i Masonville Bleached Cotton Gc yard best 104 Pep perell Bleached Sheeting 15c yard i good 104 Unbleached Sheeting 12c yard i good yardwide Brown Cotton 3Jc yard nice Sea Island yardwide Brown Cotton 4c yard AAA Trion Mills Brown Cotton 4Jc yard n u We are Showing Some Beautiful Percalles at 5 Cents We have just placed on sale the largest lino of Hamburgs Laces and Embroidery ever shown in the city This line contains all the new timings in Nansook Embroideries Jaconet Embroideries Swiss Embroideries match sets of allkinds hand and machine made Laces of nil kinds Our buyers have made a specialty of this line and nothing has been left undone to make this department one of time most important factors in our immense businessCAVe 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 thus opportunity Buy your spring cottons while you can get extremely low prices on them Wejire showing some special good timings in Table Linens and quoting special prices on them for a short time interested ask to see this line when yod come in oftheirpricesAmericanindigoblue LlcoleumsOilclotbs linesthat LadyI fe us Agenls for Its Ioyif oiyIto m nem wnen you ome in All winter goods felt the keen edge of our cold steel and prices have been made on winter and Shoes winter Overcoats and Clothing Blankets and Comforts Flan goodsbeforeWg Have Jttt UnlDaQ a you for past we II AND cents The only mis to tko with Hoods SorstpuUla j Hobson and Shafter might organize a kissing trust Much pain and uneasiness is caused by piles sparing neither age nor sex Tablers Buckeye Pile Ointment cures the most obstinate case Price SOcts in bottles tubes 75 cents Sold by Perry Thomas mnrllm Farmers all over the State report that numerous lambs were irozen to death during the Klondike weather The result of an food or drink are promptly rectified without pain or discomfort by taking a few doses of Herbine Price 50 cents SId by Perry Thomas marllm The telephone exchange is being fit tedup in the third floor of the Barker building in Carrollton Have you a cough A dose of Coas sens Honey of Tar will relievo it Price25 cents and CO cents Sold by Perry Thomas marllm Two white prisoners escaped from Eddyville night According to a telegram sent the officers at Paducab To Curl a Cold in One flay Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets AH druggists refund money lilt failr 0 cnre 25 J The genuine has IB Q on each tablet nov90m joe Bailey who declined o wear a dress suit Is now aboht to get his shirt off cures Djspcp and Indigestion Regulates the Liver Price25 cts SolS by Perry Thomas successors to W Q White A largo ax handle will proba bly be located at New Providence To allay palM subdue inflammar thou heal foul cores and Ulcers time most satisfactory result bv using Ballards Snow Liniment Price 25 cents and 60 cento Sold by Perry Thomas t imarllm for 1898 taxes All tsixes due from real estate will be ad and sold dpi April 3rd Court all tax due on be levied on at any timej and all poll tax not paid at dQce will be it will to doliO You elected me to collect your tax and that X am sure toidoi iC Y R 4w Il 01 OcA C S k ot m YoudontSatisfyy9urselvesthanking patronage very respectfully W II OLDIIAM COMPANY RICHMOND STERLING GEORGETOWN Aoodact overinduteenee prisonTuesday PTEA areoOtalned TAXESThis vertised County perscmaltyIyil srarnisheed whetiever possible Respt aHm- chS flj8tiL III ear aVasaO- as2s xWi A Serious Position is that of a person who through neglect of a seemingly trivial cough or cold is threatened by that dread destroyer of mankind consumption Do not neg triningItBells IineTarHoney will cure a cough or a cold in one night and exhilarate the lungs azaiust tho inception of danger It Is it potsible that the hens were forming an egg trust I haebeen afflicted with rheumatism for fourteen years and nothing seemed to give any relief I was able to be around all the time but constantly ant fering I had tried everything I hear of and at last was told to try Chamberlains Pain Balm which I did anti was immediately relieved and in a time cured I am happy to say that it has not since returned JOSH EDGAR Germantown Cal For sale by Perry Thomas marllm Take careof time pennies and some body else will take care of the dollar for you Rev E Edwards pastor of the En gUsh Badtist church at Minersville la when suffering with rheumatism was advised to try Chamberlains Pain Balm He says A few applications of this liniment proved of great service to me It subdued the inflamma tion and relieved the pain Should any sufferer profit by giving Pain Balm a byPerryGratitude lasts only as long as the butterfly while malice has more lives than a cat You can be cheerful and happy only when you sue well If you out of sorts take Herbino it will brace you uePrkt 50 cents Sold by Per ry marllm Five men and a women were lIDded under an avalanche In Colorado A boardinghouse was crushed For Children the best cough and cold remedy ever discovered in Dr PjneTarHon It is pleasant to take and perfectly harmless One dose at bedtime stops the cough nil night It is guaranteed to cure croup and whooping cough 25c at all druggists It Mayor Radcrof Jefforsonvillpvetoed the ordinance permitting limited box ing contests If 42teCUBANOILcUTCS matfea and Sores Price 25 cents Sold by Perry Thomas nucceuon to W G Whlt B f JWilliam Reid Aged ten years was crashed to death by a falling tree near Greenvill UH4 S wl Kinds Dillbehead and Caused discharges from lila ears We used several kinds of medi clue without much benetit until wo be SarsaparillaTJmlboy 5a now entirely weLt iL C DAVIS ugHill X3- solid rSfte toe BOtxkritating the uypsii k1o t mnhHoodlI SAr o hiC1 A III = J 1 want can shirtines new styles 3jc Simpsons black and mourning prints 4c entertaini more complete We have no carried over goods in these lines They are all fresh and new new styles new pat this line before you purchase bio fittingcorsets shown to the trade Try one We have some special good timings in Ladies Jack ets and Cafeslert that we are closing out at just one half the If interested call and see them have Boots oa cft are MT could short Bells Scrofula salt rheum and all diseases byhoodsGreatest Medicine It Policemen were call id in to prevent fist fighting on the fluor of the Colorado House 111t elCOllclrdlltlaandTootbachc cud Summer Complaints Trice 25 Cents Sold by Perry Thomas Successors yG WhIten A project is on foot in Paducah to build a largo infirmary to cost 25000 keeptimeby using De Witts Little Early Risers the famous little pills for constipation and liver troubles Douglas Wells Natural gas continues to be a burr ing issus in time Indiana explosive belt Tetter SaltKheum and Kczcnia The intense itching and smarting inci lent to these diseases is instantly by applying Chamberlains Eye and Skin Ointment Many very bad cases have been permanently cured by it It is equally efficient for itching piles and a favorite remedy for core nipples chapped hands chilblains frost bites and chronic sore eyes 25 eta per box Dr Cadis Condition Powders are just a horse weds when in bad cQndltion Tonic blood pnrifier and vermifuge They are not food but medicine a9 the best in use to put a horse in prime condition Price 25 3enta per package Three more deaths from meningitis are reported from Henderson county A Neglected Cold Is an all embracing cause of disease It clogs the lungs with mucus It strains and breaks down the lung tissues Dr Hells PineTarHoney is an unfailing cure for coughs anti colds It rebuilds the tissues antI gives strength to the lungs by supplying the blood with fat formiug oxygen 25c at all good drug gsts It A strike of coal miners jn East Tennessee will be ordered next week un less wages aro raised These are dangerous times for the health Croup colds and throat trouble lead to Consumption A bottle of One Minute Cough Cure used at the right time will preserve life health and a large amount of money DouglasThe Japanese Government is said to haveselzed 20600 stands of arms and ammunition for Againaldo ChamberIahis CHgktceMelir Tlris remedy ie intended especially for coughs colds croup whooping famollsforlarge part of the civilized world The beeniecehrkOftiWI8jrg nt ant coughs it he cured twHMK tM that Jave ykl d prQmi lung effect rut of the dar Mack at coredohnMYftQellfeol fer vfcoe wt otmtft kas iW thai it Q9ccf1In k r f111 la Grippe is again epidemic Every precaution should be taken to avoid it CouJhCurecultural Journal and AdvertiRcrEldcu Mo eays No one will be disappoint edln using One Minute Cough Cure for quiuktoThe Senate passed the Evans Outage Bill anti Mr Evans is expected to rush it through the House Best of All To cleanse the sstem in a gentle antiItruly beneficial manner when time purfectCaliforniaby all drugcists at CO cents per bottle Houso and Senate conferres reached an aRreoment on time River and Harbor Bill Lung Irritation is the forerunner to consumption Dr Bells PineTarHoumey will cure it and gvo strength to the lungs that a cough or a cold will not settle there 25 cents at all good druggists itIIt comes from New York that tho Southern has secured control of tho AIrLine i Afoul breath is one of the greatest mill1aeselves but to those with whom they como in contact A foul breath is a great discourager of affection Itwould probably be more so if people only r just what bad breath means Had breath is one of the syuip Ums of constipation Some of time other symptoms are sour stomach loss hentlachedizzmeBS Indigestionworse things They all start with constipation ond constipation is inexcus able because it can be cured cured t easily quickly and permanently by the use of Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets helpthatiousness constipation indigestion heartburn or any of the rest of the theseJitt1eSend 21 cents iu onocent stamps to Worlds Dispensary Medical Associa tion N Y and receive Dr Pierces 1008 page Common tense Medical Adviser illustrated It Mrs Jessie Workman was burned to death at her home near Louisa MARCH AND THE JlONiS MClbiHg Better Tbaa The Chi Saw The saying abont tho lion and time lamb in March often proves false but there ia another and a better ono which is literally true When March comes in and finds you taking Hoods Sarsaparilla to purify enrich and vital ize your blood yon may expect when it goes out that it wIlt leava you free from that tired feeling and with none of the boils pimples and eruptions whiiili manifest themselves Because of youhaveS rparilla tot yoBrjrhig medicine we ftdvtee YOU to befclii today Wons sure you it will iBMceyaa feel better all tfclWtgl time ti IiN aeikll IICC 7 i HH e Xv r jr iT lIi f Jllrl r c 1r4IL ir tr tj = FddeJ I L t1 B i2er 1 Wantedflnldea of ththg o =Protect yoor Ideas they may bring jrou wealth Write CO t it JUtpr ne Wui1ugWn D C for their 1O prize olrer and Wt of two hundred tnvetbua wanWd RN1i1B1R1RTtine day May 2 1893 1st Class 2d Class BOUSD NolNo 3 No Ex SaD Ex SaD Ex SaD AM PM AM Versailles 22 6 5Z 8 30 Nicholasvllle 01 7 35 6 48 Valley View 11 26 8 00 8 20 Million 41 8 13 8 Richmond M 8 30 9 15 P M Unton 123 10 0- 0Moberley12 16 10 Brassfield 30 10 5FanoU 123S 104B Irvine I 11 3S 18 ro WBST BOCJtu IBiSunlExSun Ex SaD Ex SaD AM PM PM AM Irvine 200 M 223 lOS Bresneid 2 30 20 Moberley 2 41 45 Union 247 KlWimond 6 05 3 iS 2 15 Mllltan 19 330 300 Valley View 31 3 45 3 25 NUbolnivllle 6 M 4 10 4 3- 0Vcrcilhlea7 S3 5 00 6 10 A St C p rpjiC All trains connect with Louisville Southern trains to and from Ijo ville All tralni connect with C N O iT P trains to and from CincinnatiJ Train Dispatcher- W II ADAMS Superintendent Who can think Wantedfin Idea ctomelmplo tb4ng to IaIrnt1 Protect your ldss they may bring WrtuT JOllN WKDDEHUDRN CO Intent 06vL WasblnZtOU c for their price otter lid wt of two bvcntlOnS anted SDR CALDWELLSN Frnklort ft iiiti R iIW YI rID Effect December 5 IS93 DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY pm AM P ra pm 2 CM Lve Itlchmontl AT IUO 120 2 55 7 08 Winchester 42 618 i 4i Mayiville 830 ftM 93S Paris 8 4l 610 617 IS ill Georgetown 7 4 s7 II M Ar Frankfoit Lvc 7 00 3 40 Ask for tickets viaParisJNEWTON Q P- Ahccc n Qhi i1y Time of Trains at Winchester Ky WEST BOUND Mt Sterling and Lexington Accom 8 55 am Eastern Express for Louisville 7 30 am Morehead and Lexington Accom 3 00 pm New York Limited KFV 4 60 pm EAST BOUND Lexington and Morehead Accom 9 15 am New York Limited F P Vii68 am- LeiHton and Mt Sterling Accom 6 30 pm WMbfngton Express 23 pm- AmodaUoD traini run daily except SOn day Other trains run daily Through sleepingand dining cu service to New York For Information rates ornlecperreservations tall on or vrite K HOOD ylUchmond or OKORQE W BARNEY D A C O Ky Lexington Ky EASIER THAN EVER The present schedule of Illinois Central Railroad in addition to shortening the time to Memphis and New Orleans has made ifEasIer Than Brer to reach all points in Arkansas Texas Mexico Arizona and California The splendid train eervlcc with which the Illinois Centrals Memphis and New Orleans Vestibuled Limited is equipped makes it Easier Than Ever to take a trip to the above mentioned territory The Central is the only line which runs Free Reclining Chair Cars and Vestibniled trains weeklyPullman 25pmArr45pmLvoArr Houston Saturday i irtam 45pmArr20pmArrTlut Tine TIDier EnU to CiEfoniit Parties desiring to make a comfortable trip to the territory mentioned will do well to com with R H Fowler Traveling Passen ger Agent Louisville Ky ALFOBD KELLOND A O P A A U O P A Louisville Ky Chicago Ill dec29ly SOUTHERN RftILWty IScheduleu 1808 EASTOOCNa NTNo C N 1Lr Louisville 74ten 3aflpm 745pm 0O7pmAriOWpmArWESTUOUNIJ Noa No 2 No 4 Lv Lexington 739am 42pm 513am 537amArAr Shelbyrllle Bia m 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processesknownCo only and wo wish to impress upon all the importance of purchasing the true and original remedy As the genuineSyrup ofFigs Is manufactured by the CALIFOUNIA Pio SYEUP Co only a knowledge of that fact will assist one in avoiding the worthless partillsTOKNIA FIG Srittjp Co with the medi SatisfqeUonwblch given to millions of families makes the name of the Company a guaranty of the excellence of its remedy It is far in advance of all other laxatives as it acts on the kidneys liver and bowels without irritating or weaken ing them and it docs not gripe nor nauseate In order to get its beneficial effects please remember the name of the Company CAUFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO SAN FKANC1SOO CaL LOUISVILLE KJ KEW TORE KT Jan5ly 135 ECONOMIST RANGES Roofing Guttering and General Job Work LUE MITH SDR CALDWELLSN +4 + + + + + + IIiFOR+ e SoTTvai O ia tUtt ins + Six of the best Fire Insurance Com ++ panics in the United States Losses + t prollpUyi+ Insurance we again the best We +will not transact business with irrespon + sible 4 t f comp3Dlcsi Par ae Privahly I will offer for sale privately House and Lot situated on the corner of North and 7th propertyTheble and other necessary outbuildings the lot contains about 90x90 price will be reasonable for cash WILLIAM ENGLISH nov9tf Bichmond Ky REGENERQICOMPLETE BLISS dt li i1c Crat Lot lt1Uly IiMakes Cftbe 2weaStIOaZ FRENcn RE1UEDYnow within mY rrarti or carry Antrrlran ds tmiiiuont la Uivcly caantnUrtl to CUrt e inwt rnmpllcatM ewe ot Xcrvons Dcbllltr oi n ilne Dlicasc It net lnweruii7 and quicklY mullfliriln their Vwt iiKUihoo1 awl OM Men will recorei- clr youthful tiger ItlnviTorates and restores tt lvleor all sulTcreiit from SemlnalWrak Inipotenry Varlcocela Si crniattorhoa- ihtlr Entl4onv Tnt Ilrjla nnI Maarnlar Power ili rfiiorr Vakifilni7SJ Evil Breams Dcspon- iry ult IIf olnve nI nil clTcct of self tuilexcTMnnil Inilkxrctlon which unfit leulwi i study or taorrbiitn ItE1 EXt ito- ieato to Uij rout nf tio sIscaaetliat Is wh- jniir It U tiio ftrratrst Nrrtn Tonic In the work Vaf iswli tflrcu VlTiircad Action nnrl restore e lre of Vonlj It l a unrrcloos Blood Purl r iMthwHy tho IlnU Slow comes linrk ti ilerlrpHn liv 11II1n basing UCCISNEItG- in 11i Int p itkct Vj mail glOO pe cit fr MX V c cheerfully Trfun v rlitTB tit tunes do not egret n cure tliirafivfc Ad1rssIlie AnienicaOiflcuof- illIIll 115 Columbus HEW For sale in Richmond by Perry Thomas Druggists sepUlIy Wheeler Wilson Sewing Machine n ir if Rotary Mot a Ball Bearings For wleljy Deuu1c COt Blefa 18OI1dXy i fc1fibWd j Heres Toir Chance Some Extraordinary Offers by The Climax The CLIMAX wants five hunted new subscribers by the first of tbenew year In order to reach this ond somo ex traordinary inducements will be made Until further notice the following will be offered to subscribers WeekIlrThe CfJMAX 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 CoqrierJour nal both for one year 160 The CLIMAX and Weekly Cincinnati Enquirer 150 The CLIMAX and Ohio Farm 190The CLIMAX can also furnish any paper published in the United States or Europe at reduced rates- CORIESPONDENCJ3 VALLEY VIEW Miss Spicio linden of Lexington is visiting relatives ard frieudshere Mrs Dr Elmer Northcutt returned Friday from Jackson whero she vis ited her sister the wife of Hon T T Cope BlarEs Will Kelley and Henry Jordan are the proud fathers of girls that arrived at their homes February 22 and 23 ro epectively C A Barker of Chicago is here on business connected witn his lumber interest at this place being a member of the firm of the Barker Cedar Co which has a large plant at this point Mrs Nancy Jane Fathergill the mother of G AV Fathergill of this county and John and Milward Father gillof Jessamine county died at the home of her daughter Mrs J W Sou brouflhtheredeceased was 70 years old and had been blind for a period of 40 years Government engineers who have been here for several weeks looking for a location to place a lock and in SaturdayNothe lock will be located but it is be lieved that it will be placed blow the railroad bridge It is probable that the work will begin some time in June Tho steambuzzers of the saw mills here call long and lond during the early hours of the morning and call the laboring lads from the god of sleep and duringtile WithIoutCo and G W Hutchison of the Barker Cedar Co are the proprietors thnt sup port our town aim peace and- plenty among the sturdy sons of labor hereOne night last week we lost two our boys that belong to the upper crust mlsslnJVotho direction of Richmond alono by prearrangement to attend a Ciceronian entertainment They hoard not the eloquence of the demosthenian contest but they did probably hear the mellow tones of a parting good night that cheered them along their homeward Journeyin company together W E Chase and E L Haden attended the declamatory contestat Richmond one night last whek JAY ELL Ess IRVINE fEstlll Countyl Mr Herbert Ashcraft returned home SaturdayMr Mrs Thomas Williams Jr left Wednesday for Cincinnati and Louisville where they will make short Geo Vaughn passed through Ir vine this week on way from Mt Scratchum to Lexington where he at tending business college Mrs Win Heather has bought the ETarve Powell property opposite P L lumos residence anti will immediately myve to her new home Mr Townsman owner of the saw mill at West Irvine was on tho boom last week while the ice was running and got badly hurt He is now able to walk with the assistance of a caue At five oclock Thursday morning Miss Lsura Dixon daughter of Frank Dixon passed from tills to the other world For three months she has been Fridayherand buried Iy the side of her mother who many years since bade farewell to this world and its many cares Wednesday Miss Mary Miller gave a youngfriendsble cheery tree was cut down The treo was painted on a sheet with the gash in its trunk drawn to represent the byUeohatchets were made of gilt paper with a pin through them and each one tried to pin his hatchet in the gash Miss topmosthranehhatchet the farthest from the gash and won for her the booby prize Burton Smith carried oil the first prize which was n real cute penwiper made by Miss Mary herself Later refreshments youngfolksman in the moon was looking love Several years ago an Irvine boy bean his business career in the office of the Estill Eagle By diligence he rose rapidly step by step From the Eagle office he went to the office of the When death bas laid its cold and relentless hand KY upon a kind and loving V husband the c wife cannot be blamed for ask ing herself il all her years of devotion and work L and helpfulness V WLC while when it endIf common sense precautions against the en befewerkforetheliver said stomach are twin machines that unmkeIfpoison his blood Impure and impover Iftheythe blood Amen whose blood is rich and weUbeuulsealthy generallyandliverDiscoycrycircumstances It creates appetite car lungeratesnvioratingbloodmaker buttheWilliam1401cr IrufetedwithSyi1dld entirelyas e neat seen PMttilabk DC psHtMMt JMMr rtHllIIIt UUfI t 4 ocrc Help ft Nature Iir cine if thy do not thrive- On their food something is I f wrong They need a little I I help to get their digestive i 1 machinery vyorking properly f 501T5 q nOR OF COD LIVER OIL IYITHHYPOPHOSPHITESorJIHEf SODA I will correct this l IIteaspoonfuli = I times a day you will soon see 1 ia marked improvement For I I larger children from half to iia teaspoonful according to I age dissolved in their milk III you so desire will veryj T soon show its great nourish 1 mothersI I I baby she needs the emul i sion It will show an effect I at once both upon mother i and child Ilee and tco ill druggists YorkL J paperElltillsoon became one of the editors who manyimprovementsAbout four years all this young man realized that in a larger town there are greater things to so he went to Richmond whore he lisa continued in the newspaper business There as well as here ho was equally as success ful soon won tho respect of the elcerly made friends among the young people youngRichmondwed Like the majority of great men beganbusInessance has succeeded and will continue to succeed Thisyoung nina is no other than the worthy editor of the CLIMAX and the paper never before in all its careerbeen as popular and as great a success as it is now Estill county still claims and is quite proud of the young Editor A D Miller who made his old homo town a short visit last week Are hope his future visits will be more frequent anti less brief TilE MOUNTAINEEU RICE STATION Miss Mollie Rico who has been visiting her sister Mrs Thomas Kerby for tho past three weeks returned to her home at Irvine Friday Mrs JCerby accompanied her for a few days visit Mr T T Covington of Richmond was here Wednesday Simp Wagers tho accommodating and popular clerk of Wagers Rico seems quite Happy since water tins gotten low enough for him to take his usual trips on Saturday afternoons to Station CamprSalesmen Edmunds Cole Banks and Powers have visited Wagers Rico during the past week and they never have to leave without soiling a nice bill of goods John Rice and John Cox havo rented the old White farm at West Irvine for this year The rent paid was 351 Mr Rice will move his family there about March 1 and ho and Cox will cultivate the1 farm Miss Fannie Wilson is visiting Mrs E K Lano at Irvine Mr Lee Wilson lisa gone to Indiana where ho expects to make his future home The people of Rice Station as elsewhere have had a coal famine during the late cold spell of weather Chas AVilloughbybought n fine sad die horse from Charles Rice AVedues day Ho also Lought several cattle in communityMr drove to Richmond Thursday and returned that night MissCordie Aitierine is visiting her aunt Mrs H C Rice in Irvine UNION CITY Mrs Zerolda Berry is sick at her home onMuddy Creek Miss Curtis McKinney began her school at Union Monday Mr John Noland visited his mother on Muddy Creek last week The pike is in very bad condition owing to the previous freezes visitingfriendsA Singing school was conducted bv Prof Edwards at the Baptist church Sunday afternoon Mr and Mrs Will Jett entertained a number of their friends last Wednes delightfulMr Travlce Noland left Monday for his Western home in Illiuou Trtvice- is a lively fellow and will be greatly missed by his Union brothers Union City has lost a number of her mate citizens Among them are BerryTomPreaching at the Baptist church Sunday by Rev Eaton Large congre gation and a good sermon notwithstanding the inclemency of the weather A FiulUful Ulnndrr Wilt often cause a horrible Bum ScaIdCnt or Bruise Bucklens Arnica Salve the best in time world will kill the pain and promptly heal it Cures Old Sores Fever Sores Ulcers Boils Felons Corns nil Skin Eruptions Best Pile euro on earth Only 25 cts a box Cure guaranteed Sold by Perry Thomas Druggist 1 Secretary of the navy Gage has been boasting of the extraordinary prosperity of tho government finance A man who holds the heavy pocket- booK ofanotlierat his command may boast with the eamdpiosfeffly qfter he has looted it for lila own use The whole wealth of the country is at the command of Congress and that respec table bodyjias Los years been looting ifso as to Ruricli the treasury of tile United Statafor thin boiiefit of the sure increasing army of public dependents pn itWhfQn everiho6ecretary or any other person or personscan prove the plethoric treasury Inany way en riches tho body of the pnopo froiq which its contents are drawn are benefited the bythen recent boasting may beingtod taste TliQernsHest things way exert thai grcalesj influence De AVitta Little Early are unequalled for over coHaatfgiojastipaUon alid liver trpubies SiuMlI pillJxilt pilititfepiIi DQU- Iim aWw i l r County CourlDays r rS J Paris Bourbon county fifstMohday Richmond MAdison connty firel Mon day 1 LexIngton Fayette county second Monday Stanford Lincoln county second Mon day Georgetown Scottcounty thlrdlJon day Danville Boyle county third Monday NicholasvUle Jessamine county third Monday Winchester Clark county fourth YouVersailles woolfJrdtcthinty fourth Monday Ttat Tl1robbinj ilea athe VIiould quickly leave you If you used Dr Kings Now LifePills Thousands of sufferers have proved their matchless merit for Sick and Nervous Headaches They made pure blood and strong nerves and build up your health Easy to take Try them Only 2a cents Money back if not cured Sold by Perry Thomas Druggist 1 BUSINESS AND PRAYERS a =Chicago Inter Ocean In one of the suburbs west of Chica go is a grocer who although devout churchgoer niul a faithful citizen has the reputation of figuring closer in his business dealing than any other man in tile village Ills enemies say that he once bit a coffee bean in two to make weight and that he stops his clock at night to save wear and tear ou the wheels The grocer lives above his store and his home is connected with his place of business by a pair of stairs indoors The grocers son takes the late watch in the store and every night at nine oclock the good man opens the door at the top of the steps and the following conversation takes iVJphniljave tho books EYes father Have you set the s alesligltJU Yes father Well come up to prayer i Regardless orAge Tim kidneys are responsible for more sickness suffering and deaths than any other organs of Ihe body A majority of the lila afflicting people today is traceable to kidney trouble It prevades all classes of society in all climates regardless of agesex or con dition The symptoms of kidney trouble are unmistakable such as rheumatism neuralgia sleeplessness pain or dull ache in the back a desire to urinate often day or nigliH profuse or scanty supplyUric acid or brickdust deposit in urine are signs of clogged kidneys caus ing poisoned and germfilled blood Sometimes the heart acts badly and casts Wasting of the kidneys are found in the urine which if elected will result in Brights Disease the most dangerous form of kidney trouble All these symptoms and conditions are promptly removed under the in lluenco of Dr Dihners SwampRoot It has a world wide reputation for its wonderful cures of the mostdistress ing cases No ounecd bo long without Itas it so casto get at any drug store at fifty cents or jono dollar You can have a sample Dottle of this wonderful discov cryi SwampRoot and a book telling all about it both sent to you absolutely free by mail Send your address to Dr Kilmer Co BinghamtonN Yaud kindly mention that you read ths lib eral offer In The Richmond Cu MAX VI During thlpyjear 1808 Judge Lynch tried sentenced and executed 121 prisoners Pull returns have not yet come in from some parts of the Klondike but as far as is known the record is as follows Alaska C Arkansas 17 Mississippi 12 South Carolina 15 Indian Territory 3 Illinois 1 Kansas 1 Geor gia 9 Now Mexico Missouri 7 Alabama 11 Kentucky 5 North Carolina 4 Louisiana 8 Tennessee 6 Texas 3 Virginia 4 Maryland 2 West Virginia 1 Washington Wyoming 3 Oklahoma 1 and Florida 1 The Kentucky Stock Farm Publishing Co announces the closing of en tries on March loth to its Expectation Purse fifth in its series of purses inaug nratedju 1890- Successful from the start its Purse for foals of 1805 over 500 nomi nations notwithstanding the wide spread depression in the interest that year it has been patronized by the bust class of horsemen in the United States and Canada The subscribers to these purses realize that on the opportunity offered their youngsters to wm money depends to a large extent the future of the business and so realizing have liberally patronized them in the lst and will no doubt so continue to to in the future The 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 andllavo good prospects should they develop speed Nothing disgusts a horseman more than to find that he has purchased a colt that develops extreme speed but cannot profit by it Youngsters should bo prepared for the market by being liberally entered In stakes and purses The Stock Farm Publishing Company will be glad to send you an entry blank Address them at Lexington Ky mchl2t Hidden Beauty In Egypt the custom is for Princesses coveringtheIn America the beauty of many of our women is hidden because of the weakness and peculiar Egyptian vailed in this country many snffererswouldbe cover their premature wrinkles their- sunkencheeks their unnealthv scmplexion from Jhe eyes of the world with the veil of the Orient Bradfields- FemsleRegulator brings out a womans true beauty It makes htr 5tron and well in those whotegeneralhealt1i Btrual disorders It stops the drains womltocause of headache backache and nervousness It takes the poor de fadiprwomagain making her face beautiful tjy making her body well VWZ3itS soil It tOni a bMW i1Ismi for our free lI1utrated book for1l kKiti- iMWriiiiii1l j d lathe best for Female TretMw cUi111 irregularities In Female Organs Should be taken for Ctente of Lilt and beforeCUMMUM PUatcrs Od Time Remedies havo stood the tosrf6rtwcntyjcars Maao only by New fpenerr Medicine Co Chat lcinooa Tennessee I Perry 5 Thomas druggists successors to W Q White decSlyr All druggists sell Dr Miles Nerve Plasters t Jr J psi I i uWU IAM 08 YEARS OLD audDevenaed any remedy eqtll to lit Beufe PlneTnr reliefInweak mice etrongMrs M A Mctcalfe TWucahKy a a o I d PLEASE arl TRYit t I CANDY CATHARTIC t tf tf Ring out tho old Ring in the new Ring out tho false Ring in the true We 3g to you the new and true from the piney fSrests of Norway DR BELL- SPineTarHoney Natures most natural remedy improved by science to a Pleasant Permanent Positive Cure for coughs colds and all inflamed surfaces of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes Tho sore weary coughworn Lungs are exhila rated the microbebearing mucus is cut out the cause of that tickling is removed and the Inflamed membranes are healed and soothed so that there Is no inclination to cough SOLD BY ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS Bottles Only 25c 60o and 100 SIzM BE SURE YOU GET Bf Bills PIitiTarHoftijr For sale by Perry Thomas successors to W G White outhern Mutu1 Inc1n1 o m f uy t Of Lexington Kentucky Life Insurance Reversed We Pay While You Livei101 Line Companies Pay When You Die Which do You Prefer STATEMENTFEBRUARY 1899 4 LIVING BENEFITS PAID FEBRUARY 1899 Name Address Cost Paid Howard Shepherd Lexington Ky 14 50 31 17 Howard Shepherd Lexington 14 CO 31 17 Howard Shepherd Lexington 14 60 31 17 Howard Shepherd Lexington 1450 31 17 Lucy Brandenburg Eichmond 1350 2902 Daniel Swope Lexington 1150 24 47 F M Drake Grand Rapids Mich 12 50 26 69 J E 8 Taylor Newport News Ya 12 50 26 69 Mrs Mary Golden Lexington 12 50 26 69 J AV Davis Carrolton 12 50 26 69 X C Thompson Lancaster 12 50 26 69 Daniel Boone Club Eichmond 1250 26 69 Daniel Boone Club Richmond 12 50 26 69 C DNewell Mayavihieio 50 22 25 Milton Johnson Maysville 11 50 21 47 Dr F B Powers Lawreacoburg 11 50 24 47 Thomas G Bell Harrodsburg 11 50 24 47 D G Falconer Lexington 10 50 22 P Q ATaylor Lexington T 0 50 yj 00 Val Schmidt Louisville S 50 17 44 Robert Menzies Chicago Ill 10 50 22 25 Cumberland Club Somerset 9 50 00 Morning Herald Lexington 9 j 20 06 Mrs B W Bronston Lexington S 50 17 44 Roosevelt Club Lexington 8 50 17 44 H T Logan Lancaster 9 50 2000 Enoch Grehan Levington 7 50 15 00 R M Fennell Georgetown 7 50 i5 00 Mrs II J Tvi K AVhites Station S 50 17 44 John McGurk Lexington 850 ii 44 B B Brcedcn Paducah 750 1500 John C Payne Georgetown 700 14 11 John U Payne Georgetown 6 00 r 12 Oi Mary V Bowmant Danville 3 50 7 05 Mary AV Bowman Danville 350 7 5 A Spottswood Lexington 3 00 i O A M Spottswood Lexington J3 00 r 04 Catherine Cass Lexington 250 5 02 Jacob Straub Louisville 300 c 01- WO Beard Catlettsburff 300 604 W A Hart Lexington 3 00 6 04 John W McGinety FaUnouth 300 604 F P ODonnell MaysvilloV V iI 6 00 12 07 Adolph Greible Lexington v 300 r 04 T E Linnoy Danville I 600 1207 Nelson Hamon Fennell 6 00 12 07 y W SloresXouinville 350 502 D C Yates Georgetown V 2 50 502 Miss Mary Gormloy Lexington 5 00 io 05 John Larery Lexington 7 i no 502 J FMctfenney Shelby ville i 5 00 1005 J W Sayre Lexington 2 so 5 02 Lewis O Ewald Lexington 2 50 502 Fitch Hodgkin Winchester 250 502 New Taue Lodge 1604 I 00 F Richmond 5 00 10 05 Miss Florida Gibson Richmond v f7 2 50 02 AV F White estate Lexington 5650 62 00- OR Marschall Lexington 5250X 15000 D Finch Danville i 5550 15900 A L Marschall Lexington t vU 18 50 iis 00 John L Fisher Louisville i 54 50 iso co F X Haydon Owensboro j 53 50 153 00 D B Good estate Lexington 5350 153 00 D B Good estate Lexington 53 50 153 00 0 R Marschall Lexington 62 50 150 00 D B Good estate Lexiugton r 51 50 14700 REason Lexington 485013800 H H Collins Donnrail vr t 5050 inDr S II Stevenson Chicago III t 50 50 144 00 Dr A P Taylor Lexington fcj V 49 50 141 00 Dr S A Donaldson Lexington i 46 50 132 00 Good Co Lexington J 5 r 47 50 ic 00 Jr Meyer Danville ij 48 50 is 00 John P Koch Louisville iJ 4650 182 00 Mrs J D Armstrong Jxxingtoirv 47 50 135 00 Metoilf A Armstrong Lexingtqn I71iO 13500 J V Riloy VerBaillea T V r 46 50 13200 OR Marschall Lexington ji 42 60 12Q 00 William Dettsch Louisville 1 1 29 50 39 12FE E Shekeil Lexington 2lir 44 O ios si 74M76Catherine 10ED6930GpyvoG977afqlGOJ77ProfitOverCit ii FOR FULL mFORMATIONiiADPRESS 4 SMITH BOWMAN rHjT toil Sopffary IllS i T1 MILLKtf iMMi JIll BMomni Jty ic+ I if ID o S S S S rr LL- DRUGGISTS f 21i 4INEANCY j URtUTURE s ROM 0- OURTEENT IFTY FIVE uR 90 PER SETi fltw Rockers4aOW5WW s ChiffoniersSide Lamp Stands9 tI Umbrella Racks iFramesEtc Etc en i Cheap9Attractive ARE rilE OLD AND RELIABLE FIRM t BlGGfRSTAfr OLDHAM DAY TELEPHONE NIOIIT TELEPHONE 67 t Jsse ss e sse 8Aee ses ee ss us s oOs sG eosCssOs aS CSS S S SOSS S S S S S S o IPJ CASH STO RI PJI e a 0e On and after January 1st 1899 our terms wIll be 0S I SPOTCASH I s e AVe have attempted to run our business by col 0 0 e lecting our accounts the first of each month but have been unable to collect thorn all a8 promptly care therefore compelled to sell 0 for CASH that we may pay cash for our goods 0 8and will endeavor to make it to the interest of G time trade to do business with us AVo have n g nice line of Staple and Fancy G racer1 asaQuoeaswaro and Glassware c Give us a 00IImng u or coun ry pro lIceoeS 0ess i HIG GI NSIIL ELLIS I 1 i WEST MAIN ST RICHMOND KY 0 S i a i ia a a a a a a a a s S S S S 0 5 50 S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S s s sssss DONSPILECURE WHY SUFFER AGONY T iWhen DONS COMPLETE PILE CURE is gnrirShteed If to cure you Jt it th6 discovery of an C5iincnt lhysician- K G Knife I Ko fntsfr fipnof Business I jThe firft treatment nga r9lict Itlias curcdthpi niids and will euro you olilipitnIvcara PILB O1fErt tec cureIeufferingPrIce 5100 Prepaid to any Address DON CHEMICAL COMPANY CHA TA KXK1A TENN L satbly CURESPILES jjjjjjjjn n