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Digital page images are linked to the text file. c TT lii- I I s I TITlE RICHMOND LIMAXior V I VOLUME 25 1RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MARCH 15 1899 NUMBER 41i1GRIGSBY MUNCH General Agents Eastern KentU- ckyEquitable Life NEW YORK 111 AGENTS WANTED IN UNOCCUPIED TERRITORYT OFFICEMain Street Richmond KyIsTHE BEST OF THEM ALL 1 1 LIPP1NCOnONTHLYJlACAZlNE wberand entertaining reading matter JTo ronHmieit utorirt cAeh are toobjtctlonabla to moot rcudervo BubIcrlpllou whomtheJ B LIPPIHCOTT COMPANY Puollalisn J PHILADELPHIA PROFESSIONAL CARDS ATOfl1ETv RW MILLER AouxTATLAWwRICHMOND KENTUCKY Office in the Burnam Building next door to aimers National flank feb3ly JA SurLrTAN ATTORNEY ATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Oflioe over Taylors Hardware store op posite Court House on Main Street II B HOGG ATTORNEY AT LAiroRICHMOND KENTUCKY Office No 13 First St up stairs 3130 J 0 D M OHENAULT ATTORNEYS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY IaultsPHYSICIANS DR H R GIBSON PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office in the Joe Colin building andan Sec end Street Wniie old drue tore 27 CHAS HOOKER ETERINAR Y SURGEON Graduate Ontario Veterinary College Vterinary Dtntlstry ana Sterility a Specialty jOffice up stairs over store recently aceD pid by Richmond Harness Co East St liinond Kyapr71y H C JASPER M D Medicine and Surgery Oflico Collins TJuildine MainStreet Tlcphone fit resident the Carr place on Broadway RICHMOND KENTUCKY EVANS M D GW PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON RIi1tonKDR T J TAYLOR Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery RICHMOND KENTUCKY office and residence on Second Street DENTAL STJSQEST Dt 8XTt st stOnSQ DENTIST OP LOUISVILLE KY Oiomce next door to Government Ilntlding RichmSnd Ky Office hours 9 to 111 to 4 aovlily Four nice rooms for rent Call at Dental Office of Dr Hob son next door to postoffice D FRED SMITH DENTIST SOfflce over Collins Grocery same office lately occupied by Dr W W Burgin JanI2ly Dr Louis H iandman No 603 West Ninth Street Cincinnati Ohio wilt be at the Hotel Zimmer Richmond Ky on Wednesday March 8 1899 returning every second Wednesday o each month Reference every physician of Rich mond Ky feblSly KENTUCK UNIVERSITY L 115 CitE FieiiJ it Ltiiortta Ij ERARY BIBLE MEDICAL AND COMMERCIAL COLLEGES Tuition fcr Literary and Bible Course 122 a year More than twenty teachers 110000 gymnasium Thousands of successful alumni Social and moral welfare of student reeeire special attention Open to both idea For catalogues address the President JlyZ7tf lLLINm EJTflL t SnORT LINE TO New Orleans Best Line to ARKANSAS TEXAS MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA Pullman Tourist SIeepln Car leaves Loul throujtbto wrlutoLouivrllle Free Declining Chair Cars Lan iaUIe and New Orleaaa AHHANSOX WM A KCUM QP A Chicago A8yAitSNaiwUi NEW YORK FASHIONS Spring fashions present a bewilder- Ing succession of round waists An exquisite Easter lint is of white Italian Leghorn trimmed with pink roses and white tulle The evening gown oi white organdi- es made with the gored widths of the skirt joined prior to tho tucking cross- wIse which is so popular Slender ladies affect soft girdles of velvet ribbons satin or taffetas They are not appropriate forwomen with fun proportions cspangledhiffonfive inches long A dainty frock shown by Best Co for a maiden of ten years has gored skirt three yards wide fulled at the centreback and biased will a three inch hem Tho openfront waist re eals a blouse of white China silk he dress is of finest cashmere Two shades of the same material ap ear in many Spring suits The mater Is which combine most artistically are silk aud cashmere eridiein slightly altered shapes somo of which are positively dressy It needs to strike a happy compromise between the primitive garment in its generally unbecoming severity and tho dressier aist of silk organdie or other flutter iagstufL There is a larger showing than ever 19dnnjlea practical inclusion is always a sliver or other fanciful bonbonniere which should contain a few Charcoal Tablets Mr Ditman of 2 Barclay street can tell my readers about them Removable stock collars are quite tho ogue They are plainplaid and striped ringstraked and speckled up to the topnotch of fashionable agony and as plain or as fanciful as anyone could ish There aro sorts to euit all tastes and all pocketbooks Some very masculineappearing vests o f plaid or corded silk Madras pique or cotton vesing etc are seen One of the most important bits of trimming is the silk or velvet bow- knot It is put flatly upon sleeves at thotop yokes vests skirt fronts and waists EVELYN CABLE His Life Was Saved Mr J E Lilly a prominent citizen f Hannibal Ho lately had a wonderful deliverance from a frightful death In telling of it he says 1 was taken with Typhoid Fever that ran into Pneumonia My lungs became hardened I was so weak I couldnt even sit up in bed Nothing helped me I expected to soon die of Consumption when I heard of Dr Kings New Discover One bottle gave great relief continued to use it and now am well a nd strong I cant say too much in Its praise This marvelous medicine is the surest and quickest cure in the world for all Throat nnd Lung Trouble Regular size 60 cents and 100 Trial DrugStoreA Madison wife returning home recently who had been off on a visit found all of her dresses she had left in the wardrobe missing and thinking that her husband had perhaps been making lovo to some other ladyduring her absence she demanded very abruptly that he should give an account of her missing garments Wellsaid the innocent and candid man pointing to a big burned spot in tho backyard iou wrote home that if I wanted the key to the smoke house I would find it In the dress pocket of your polonaise in the wardrobe I didnt know a polonaise from a tennis racket and couldnt have found the pocket if I had searched for a week So I took all your dresses out in the backyard set fire to them and fished the key out of the ashes The whistle of a locomotive can bo hoard 3300 yards the noise of a musket and the bark of a dog 1800 yards the roll ot a drum 1000 yards the croak of a frog 000 yards a cricket chirp 800 yards a dinner bell 2 miles and a call for a newly married couple to get up in the morning feet 7 inches Con mpliIa Do not think for a single moment that consumption will ever strike you a sudden blow It does not come that way alongFirst a little cold nothing but a little heck ing cough a little loss in weight then a harder cough then tne fever and the night suddenness comes when hemorrhsgeBetter while it creepingYou AgerS duerrilPecloNt You first notice that you cough less The pressure on the chest is lifted That feeling- of suffocation is removed A cure hastened bypfccingoae of Dr Ayers Cherry Pectoral Plaster over the Chest A Book FrcIt is ea the eof tile Throat and Lungs s k si Fr1rIf yon tAT 8 any conplalM whttcTMT and deitre the be t MeUIcil advlcvyoa doctorLwithotCGt AddrtlA L J 3 AYU IAN IjC A5wTELY PURE DAKINfI POWDER Makes the food more delicious and wholesome eMM a F SSSSSSSSS sS sSSSSSS For tho CLIMAX jLINS N TUB DBTl A ST rL1I was a lillya Chlnoso lilly of the water class IIt grew on its bed Beautifully of rocks in a bowl of glass j old man tended it and cherished it with gentle IAn waterlilly with Dutifully a promised bloom so fair careIfrosty nights chilled it but it clung to life And the cruel cold kept up the strife I Pretty lilly zeroicaUyiBravely it poised its tender form its And it budded and looked awfully green Hut twas chilly nceIEach morning from golden cup it drank its tiny That seemed to warm it and rouse it up from its with icy rime Cheerfully I npncEI ILurked the germ of death that twould unfold its bloom and live but one brief hour Knew twas doomed This lilly white and fair as spotless drapery of summer In wonderous beauty would be wrapped in drooping faitsown white shroud cloudIWhen it bloomed Why these tears In the old mans eyes t For the dead flower in the j m urn 0 What touches his loving heart and causes tender thots to burn True and bright Why does he linger from hour to hour 1 Why sits ho there 1Is it the presence of his dead flower that keeps him sitting in his chair Thro the night Do tho changing forms in his grato turn back tho tide of years To a time when he watched some beloved late andalonewrenched by conflicting hopes and fears Without surcease Has time turned backward in its flight to some solemn night When a soul as the lilly beautiful and white Had sought release seetbo- Under the sod Tread lightly on sacred groundtis grief no man may share He asks no sympathy but meekly endures and does not dare Question lila God I EAGRichmond Ky March 2 1- 899Lsssssssssss8LTHE SILVER DOLLAR AND THE GOLD COINs A HARD CASH STORY BY CHAS MGILL A Silver Dollar dropped into a cash drawer where there was a Gold Coinl When his eyes became the darkness he discovered his compan ion and cried out merrily Hello Mr Gold Coin you look bright and new And why shouldnt I look bright and new replied the Gold Coin I have nothing to do Well now that sounds strange mused the Silver Dollar I have more than I can dO Mr Gold Coin The Gold Coin languidly sniffed his aristocratic nose and remarked That is nothing to me I do not have to co out among the common people and work like you do I have substitutes to do my work and you Mr Silver Dollar arc ono of them Then said the Silver Dollar with a merry twinkle in his bright e you are not money you merelyrepresent money where I am the real thing Humph muttered the Gold Coin with a lofty air I should like to know how you came to be money a common fellow like you The Silver Dollar was too good na tured to get angry at tho surly reply of his companion but smiled pleas antly and said Well Mr Gold Coin that is easy for mo to do White you lie here in the drawer and represent monev as you say I am the real stuff I dont represent anybody or anything I amp no mans slave I am free and out and circulate among the people and make them all happy and pros perous while you lIe here in tho dark and do nothing You might as well not bo in existence for your substi tutes as you call them could do their work without you as well as with you You are a worthless fellow said the Gold Coin with a snort of displeas ureurr it were not for me you wouldnt he worth half your weight and you wouldnt dare to show your seem public The Silver Dollar merrily laughed at this unkind fling and replied good iumoredly Really Mr Gold Coin I had no Idea that you were valued so highly Here I have been hard at uurkever since I can remember doingall the good I could and helping all kinds a t people to make a living until as you can seoJ am worn quite thinj while you look ns young und fat as over Then rolling hlrr sell up by the sideof the Gold Coin and looking him in the eye he con tinued And now tell mo who gave you tho right to claim mo as your ser vant or slave Dont you know that my name is Free Sjlver and that I am Money not representative of money like yoU The Gold Coin edged off a little nail he were Afraid to touch anything so vile as tho silver piece and remarked disdainfully 11 want you to understand that Iam no common stock I belong to a rich Jew who lends me to Kings and Governments who lock IBQ up and send out hired substitutes to do the work in my place I do hot soil my hahdswith work among common people like yon do Then by your own confession re plied the Silver Dollar you sire Dot money yo M eiB rely servant and do yurforkthrO4gl1 atibititute- a If you woal4t I e tww work vMfew digrs jrott would woa dcoyww J r J l money Is and the kind of work itflght to do For instance whoa you aw me drop in here I was just from the hands of a butcher who exchanged mo for feed for his stock I came to laboringman thelaborerthus performed the important duty of commissioner between capital and la bor neither of which could prosper without me But my experience with the two convinced me that labor is more generous than capital for the mine owner insisted that I was too heavy by onefourth to balance the days work of this laborer until finally the latter sold his work for less than it was worth for the sake of peace and to prevent any farther argument The last person I visited before coming to the mine owner was a poor widow who studied a long tiuie before she could JOOdIso that I felt quite lonely while I remained with her I notice that her hand trembled when she touched me and frequently the would take me up and look at me in a way that made me very sad On one of these occasions Ifelt a tear fall on my face and I wished then that I could multiply my species and fill her pockets At last she de cided to exchange me for coal but it made me hot when I saw that the ruins owner gave her less In exchange boujlbtlargeand I think I did scorch his conscience a little I meet with many different SqmetimesIdeal of sorrow and in others all 11 joy and gladness but I notice that wherever I go I am always a welcome visitor Everybody is glad to see me and none parts from me without regret goIqgi tie mound like you doand to tell you the truth I dont thnk that is ibe way for respectable money to do Our busi ness Is to circulate to keep moving for somebody is always in need of us Only the other day I was in n sick room where tho hither lilY at the point of death while his little ones were crying from hunger I tell you I got out of there in a hurry and sent back as much bread and medicine as I could exchange myself for OJ course Mr Gold Coin you never did anything of that kind and you dont know any thing about it All this kind of work falls on me Ionly regret that Ihave not a large family so we could do more good work The way it is now there are so feW of us that everybody wants ue at the same time and this demand makes us too valuable It increases our worth be youth a fair limit so that the farmer and the laboring man have to bid for ua in the open market and give up a great deal more of their produce and labor than they would if we were more plenlifuland easier to got In Met w6 are so valuable that a great many pee pie would rather have us than proper ty This reduces the value of property and makealtworthso little that those who own it Cannot exchange it for anything else and so thousands oJ properly owners who thought they were rich have been reduced to prdvorty The same conditions hurt the working peo veIproperty orbiiiki setorihaad IOU ra ino work for tl3ooewho hdsoe Lad now Mr Geld Coieonti4iue4 the Uvor Dollar as he hawd oaMWMiiiblo it tIM soak drawer I h f0 to ija If yot wr esioiy 1iU DM ud cinxairirt t M w 0 IIJ Ik 11 would be just twice as great la volume as we are now and in that case would do twice as much work and accomplish twice as much good That can never be replied the Gold Coin My owner will never con sent for me to circulate among common people on an equality with you He thinks too much of iqe for that You are a poor mans money and I am a rich mans money and my owner will see to it that associate only with the It rich And ha will keep me as exclusive and valuable as possible because that Increases his wealth and his power As the Gold Coin censed speaking a hand was inserted in this cash drawer and the Silver Dollar was fished out and t sent on his way to circulate among the poor many of whom have never seen the Gold Coin or any of his family in all their lives But they lire well ac qunintcd with the Silver Dollar and lila family and they dearly love his bright face and jolly ways 3 Horrible agony is caused by Piles Burns and Skin Diseases These are immediately relieved and quickly cured by De Witts Witch Hazel Salve Be DouglasOBEYED ORDERS Hang it boy exclaimed the ten derfoot from the east as the bellboy ot- a Texas hotel came bouncing in on him without knocking Havent you got any manners about you boyOfDidnt you ring three times It may have been three as I was in a hurry for ice water but that doesnt excuse you for bursting in the door Beg pardon replied tile boy as he backed outbut you ought to read the bell carl Its one ring for the porter two for the bellboy and three for a gun and when a guest rings for a gun in this hotel the orders are to get it to him pardouPhuladelphia Coughing injures and inflames sore lungs One Minute Cough Cure loosens the cold allays coughing and heals quickly The best cure for children Domlas Wells As soon as a woman gets fat say the Savage Bachelor her next move is to got a photograph taken that looks like the front of a butcher shop Mr S A Fackler Editor of the Micanopy Fla Hustler with his wife and children suffered terribly from La Grippe One Minute Cough Cure was the only remedy that help them It acted quickly Thousands others use this remedy as a specific for La Grippe and its exhausting alter effects Douglas Wells Pupil What iayour opinion pro fonsor is the most difficult mathematical problem Poor Professor grimly Trying to make both ends meet my dear sir No Right to Uglineis The woman who is lovely in face form and temper will always have friends but one who would be attrac the must keep her health If she is weak sickly and all run down she will be nervous and irritable If she has constipation or kidney trouble her impure blood will cause pimples blotches skin eruptions and a wretched complexion Electric Bitters is the best medicine in the world to regulate stomach liver and kidneys and to purify the blood It Jives strong nerves bright eyes smooth velvety skin rich complexion It will make a goodlook ing charming woman of a rundown IT HhioniasSENSITIVE ON THAT HEAD The illustrious senator who still luCked a dozen or more votes of reelec tion Was in tho barbers chair Time rnzorinl artist ran his fingeri through his customers hair Seems rather dry aud dead he said in a deferential and suggestive manner Great Scott exclaimed the Illus trious statesman fiercely Cant I go anywhere without having my deadlocks thrown up tomoZChlcago Tribune Was Beatrice weeping because her husband had appendicitis No she wept because he didnt get it until it was out of style Chicago NewsMollyJack stole something from under uiy Yery nose while we were down ut the shore looking at those fishing boatsDollyWhat was it a little smack Somerville Journal I NCURABLEDISEASES Many diseases considered fit curable are catarrhA itflaer oiner names Simple catarrh in the head is called Confftarrh of the lungs and its victim is no r doubt past help In the more adP 1anced stages but great num bees of people die of consumption needlessly It Li certain that every phase of catarrh includhjg many cases of consumption an cured by the right treatment Perup Dr HartmRus great preaeription attacks oatarrhal teases BcieBtincally aad evre them Dr Bartmrna explains it fully ba lila books which arc mailed cm application Here is alett r from Yrs Mat MaNIc Wiwho is ens of Many cured of consumptIon by Paraaa Shp say- sPerU4t MttiictM Go CoIur sis 0 DnA su4I cannot pnie your remedy i o highly Last wiater I had la eripjte a d hemorrhage of th lungs followed All the doctors artw cl hero told me I had to dia of cotMnrnptloa Then thoogktl wo ldash Dr Hart Han for dvkTrhJeh I dIG He scribed Peru a for DMaDd J took it according to lila diraetioM and was curedl advIse evetyboetjr that Ja troubled nth bugu taA Dr ftnrtmai treatment I tMa rs they wUJ not rrtit ll l aoY IID041i IIIak- htt 1 i giiy5C 1 1 r fi D KKThe Leading Specialists of Inericai 20 YEARS IN OHIO 250000 Gored WE CURESTRICTURE Thousand of young cnj nUiloneol manyant times tlicht di charge difficulty in commencing weak organs emissions and all tho l3lItlCTUmteariogyouturn Our NEW sitiixon T1tSAT Bhenceremovesthactricturopenmuicnlly sufferjag UdftIWECURE iniddlogedpnndTltalilyease They ore frequently unconscious a i eneralWkDeuManhood Nervousness looT item or Benhontj Weak Baek General JJcprosiion Lacknf Shrunken flart cte chEEr ant STRICTIJItIt t1Dlydoetorr fl y allow9usebtoH ofJlilefelof1entllIW3 TKKATMKNT will posi fe dollArstor L cannot cure Terms moJcrito urn cure K CURES GUARANTEED jVAI STRICTURE IMPOTKNCY SICRET 1RAINS ESKINffiYndDLf1THltDi hOOKSFREEJIOMETREAT1ENT DRS KENNEDY KERGAN 122 W FOURTH STREETa CINCINNATI O PaintFor Sale We have an un limited quantity of black paint suitable for barns Iron Fences Gutters- c Will sell in any quantity priceForon or address 111- 1TWatr a Light Co jan- aa3mDrriig we do not handle because we know nothing adout the drug business but Pau7ntsIWe make yean actual practical experience In the making selling and on of paint we Sect somewhat Justified in claiming that we know some thing more about the but nesa than those who haTe for a short time as clerks and dealers been selling over the counter paints canned and keged of which they were unacquainted with the quality ot the contents We guarantee to give to the people of this and adjoining coun ties better paints that will produce re sults for less money than any concern this side of the larger cities Now make a list of paints wanted from White Lead on get figures trom all then get our figures and If we are not lower and give you better goods than any ono else we promise you that we wont ask you to buy inspectionGEQi M1IttII 203 U1I STREE- TRICHMOND KY CirThe largest and only exclusive whole le and retail dealer in Paints Wall Paper Win dow Shades Window Glass Oils Varnlrhes Brushes Artist and Painters supplies generally stock the largest and prices always the lowest 1IGO TO THE English Kitchen 12 W Short St Lexington Xy 3 W LA3TZU rcpritor Regular meals 36 cents Lodging 56 rest- Mot convenient and centrally kieated hotel the city Fine equipped bar in connection 4d 60 EAIi- EXPIRIENCIE D 14TENTS TBACC MARKS DCMCN COPYRIGHTS Ac Anyoce senSIng a Retell end 6t stp4iaii J quJetlyaaoertaln our ot fnte wIIkerI- nvention is probebly pedeiitsii CiqaRWm- Uno ttrtcUT Handbiw oo PMoU aenlfreo =4kPatent taken throth XvmiiFcchncefr qccs9A wit1otci StittfttfiC iIrkaLA kMsomerr Iicutys4 vsalYi iiS 0Mtatton of Mr TwsIfcStbrij MURK ICtt111 1 uIT IIti III Our hoods AND Our Prices Compel you to trade with us when you give us a trial hmta LieJ H ID p IDmmID TIlJw The ladies cannot be deceived by catchy phrases nor bombastic claims All we have to say is we buy in the best markets of the world select the latest goods and when you buy you know you have the latest uptodate goods Is that what you want If so trade with VYhItBAD Giuson == News and Opinions== SSOFS National Importance The SunLLONE Contains Both MM Daily by mail 6 a year Daily and Sunday by mail 8 a year n 5 a 5 IS THE GREATEST SUNDAY NEWSPAPER IN THE WORLD Price 5 cents a copy By mall 200 a year Address TIlE SUN New York GREENBACKS or Government Money At close of our Civil War in 1865 there appeared in the London Times the following polieyAmerican 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 Dank ers both emanating from London and the corruption fund rAisedm Englandand Germany estimated at 1500000 were the agents that secured the closing of our mints against silverThe walk into my parlor policy of England during and since the Spanish War is the latest evidence of English Diplomacy in shaping the destiny of the United States Govern ment Notwithstanding the famine price iIonsgoldhasand all other values decreased in the same proportion For a thorough understanding of the money question or silver issue uniformlygivenexplain and produce all facts and truth It is a paper that ought and can be read by all classes with plea ire and profit YY1H1HoshaICo1Commission Merchants aUI Hogs ntaUNION STOCK YARDSi CINCINNATI 0 TELEPHONE 7346 JSfiTAll Information regarding live stock cheerfully furnished Consign your stock direct to act sepl7ly +++ + CALL Jf + + lfl ISALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found In the City are dispensed uptodate and aooommo datingjclerka IIiH SaiaI Wr pt sa T ulI1O141UlSfI1 Phoned1 tJ- lJjJDiHJ rJ Ik r 0 i u 4iWe Dont CentjLOf your money unless you ciget value received for it r For that reason we are always glad to have you look around U the store and learn how much g better you can do here than anywhere else ml Bedroom SuIteS I 1 In BirdsEye Maple Maliog I any Golden and Antique Oak l vS Beautiful Brass and Folding Beds 7Elegant Sideboards Extension and Center Tables pOddDressers Chiffoniers Parlor Cabinet Book Cases 4HatRacks Etc Etc There is also on display in my store the most relegant display of Morris Chairs ever i1 brought to Richmond j-My selection of Rocking Chairs and Moquette j Roxberry and Axminster Carpets cannot 6 be 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 ive additions to our business If you are a lover of beauty it will pay you toicall and my line of Framed Pictures Me dallions c We also make a specialty of framing pictures kac aOur line is full and complete and in charge of Mr M G Brown a graduate embalmer and funeral director It will pay you to call on me before purchasing elsewhere S1 NEVILLE IBM L Successor to J S Collins OfNIGHT PHONE 23En v A BOON TO MANKIND DTABLERS BUCKEYE PILE CURE A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED r TUBES BY MAIL 75 CENTS BOTTLES 50 CENTS F BALLARD Seta Profristo 310 North Main Street ST LOUIS MO For sale by WRK THOMAS Druggistsanl Madison Monumental forts j I ESTABLISHED 1863 JAMES T HAMILTON PROPRIETOR Monuments Tombs Headstones Statuary and Foreign andiAmerican Marble and Granite p FinE WORK A SPBGIALTY 4+M +++++ ofCemeteryWorkf the ME Church on Irvine Street where they will find constantly on hand 9fbuyersKentucky lain charge of our establishment and this means satisfactory work designswhich0T YOUR PATKNAGE SOLlClTEDl 7 MESDH1 MILT0N Proprietor REPAIBINO AND TIMEINQ PINE WATCHESAllSPECIALTY Work 6iraBteed C E LANE JE XI jT HE OPTIOIAN7 2ND STREET RICHMOND Ky Sell YourfiWesANDBITYYOUil i r Seed Potatoes at Thuri flansir Ife petlaeHih tandsenifMueImftwtPr1ces on earth 1RvRxAN GROC-oi Maiz AQI lD RICHMOND KY t r c i Srca Ik 1 1 r a flu1Tivt c rI n I j 5mu Jed Print I The Richmond Climax JCIPJJAULTPropriori and Editors C a WOODS AisocLitc Editor WEDNESDAY MC11 15k 1899 rnnLiauri EVCCY WXDNBSDAY BY The Climax Printing CoO PRICK PElt YEAR 150 ANNOUNCEMENTFOR We are authorized to announce JOHN B OHENAULT of Madison county a candidate for the office of Bute Auditor subject to the action of the Democratic State Convention FOl EEPBBSEUTATIVB We are authorized to announce 51 II WILLIAMS a candidate for the Legislature subject to the action of tbe Democratic party We are authorized announce W W COMIIS a candidate to succeed himself in the btuckysubjectparty fuAmericathat 2000000 of those will vote tho He publican ticket In 1900 Glasgow Times SEVERAL requests luive been received nt this office f Jr lists of names of from two hundred to five hundred Demo thtrue18crntioiiOXE of tho curses of war is the dis honest army contractor and tho dishon est officials who IJormit him to bleed tho government It has been found that some of the slices manufactured for volunteers were made of paper and InIieiiof the uniforms wore of the shoddiest of the shoddy THE Wlllinmbun Times says that IS prominent Republicans have been- 8ubpoonoed in that county hy John D ljeytimemberssiotml delegation have decided to in horse tho lIon lirutus J Clay for the Paris coinmissionorshipc TUB State Democratic Convention over which Louisville and Lexington made such a warm contest willbe held bnextbeen settled Wednesday by the State Executive Committee The official callvfor nutse conventions to be held at tipublishedIN the cause of an acrostic dedicated liv an lulmiring friend to the Kidimond CLIMAX the acrosticer advises the uurIlwrirftrifl Sure The clever CLIMAX olle vuuiii never no anything of that und to a fiiemlor neighbor we are ccertriiiLebinttflXenodochy means hospitnlityhence till Falcon is slightly off hut our ml niirer Oov IM Brown will please hereafter use only United States lan guage Tins all Aij 4stase and the nlle gator is n crooortMe whoever ho is It is from C W Jones a friend in Davcn paperIfreeze one of the inhabitants of Rich mond Kv placed a lighted lamp tin cler a pan of dough to keep it from freezing and the moisture which col lected on the bottom of the pan dropped upon the lamp chimney and froze The story originated from the fact that on ono of the umcnif lays foreman Hart of this office breath anti it froze in a solid sheet on which he skated home to dinnertTHE Republicans especially the Redpublican newspapers shouted for when a certain big iron and steel manu factoring company raised tho wages of their employes five or ten per cent Now the same company has combined w jib several others to raise the price of productsfromthin they were Who pays for this poorfIphilanthropist because he raised his salary a fen cents n day Tim Ameri cnn and laboring man are tho most easily gulled people in the world Nieliolasvillo flemoeratn CoxanBssjiAX DE AIUIOXD during the lust session arraigned tho Republican party in a fearful indictment and what dhisrobberyilgrabbers its violations of platform pledges its cotitonipt of tho Constitution its unjust and inudequalo scheme of tariff taxation its piling up war ex penees many of them representing not CtBrnwer Co1i LEXINGTON KY TUB Finl D olijndginJtfrum falang prewrat ions tire now bearing showillgIIfoirer pYUfur Idt of merchandise hu J never roAou the town A few pieces in the various departments are mentioned FURNITUREA coziness follows tlieuse of properly chosen furniture Your taste will find a wide range in our new spring stock CARPETS Exquisitely soft and rich in color Many patterns uovor shown before and at prices that will make them movers Only the most skilled anti experienced labor employed nil work guaranteed Wall PaperHundreds of new novel designs youhaventinntterup now come and see the now line raicSl Latest arrivals are decidedly nl tractive new weayesjmew Ideas in i Utorns Winch goods in Silks Madras and Muslins We have recently enj aged an export draper and otTer his services at reasonable prices 1Lr CF1Bro rCOIJ M AJN AND BROADWAYh fEn9T9N Kr u Ii7 t t 2 i privatejobsd individuals aro passed in reviewany Mr De Armond and branded with sCAthing and denunciatoryicriticism lo points out how tie party of llc K lnley and Hanna sluice its accession to power has studiously avoided every species of taxation that would touch the pockets of wealth because it owes its success to this class and has imposed e burden of sustaining the expense awnersn tibleThe incomes of the rich have been allowed to pay nothing to governmentI for the protection the tribute has been levied upon the foodoraiment and shelter of the poor w shomuch to empty the treasury to pileup the unequal burden of taxation debauch the instrumentalities of government to fill the offices with the tools of organized greed and to supplant a thminentpoliticalbrigandagend corruption rifo since Haunaism anti ot into the saddle until they anti their contingent of slush nders and horde of camp followers A nimericanMASS CONVENTION ORDERED At a meeting of tho Democratic State Executive Committee in th vcity of Lexington on MarJh S l89J it was ordered at a State Convention be held in S0tcandidates for State offices to be voted for on November 7 1899 Said convention shall be called to order at eleven oclock a m Delegates to said State Convention shall be chosen at county mass con veu lions to be at the various county court houses in counties have g but ono legislative district of w hich due notice shall be given by va rious county chairmen in counties having more than one legislative district there shall be a con vention for each legislative district eb held at some convenient point to be legislativein tho local the loca oui for said conventions at least ten ays r1or to the date fixed by this comiritleeSaid and legislative district conventions shall be held at 2 oclock standard time June 17 1899 said con r bhairmanlegislative district committees The asis of representation from each county hah be one delegate for each 200 votes nd fraction consisting of 100 or more otes east for the head of the Democratic electoral ticket at the Presiden nt election in 1896 provided that each shall have at least one v aoteAll known Democrats and others who supported W J Bryan for President uid those who pledge themselves to tho nominees of said State con IJarticipateIn onventionsGOWES COCHKAN Secy PERSONAL visitingfriendsMrs Florrio Heath Sevarance is still very ill at Stanford Mrs Keale Bennett is the guest of friends in ML Sterling Mrs Field Miller was bostes at Whist Friday afternoonhb OurgMr Richard Stoll of Lexington ROS in town on business Tuesday Col J D Harris has returned Iron a business trip to Louisville Regular service will not bo held at he Catholic church tonight Col C D Chenault spent several as in Louisville last QMr E V Elder is at home from a New York trip to buy goodslv nisitingMr Dudley Berry of Kansas is visit- Ing his lIiou City Miss Kit Chenault entertained tho- M A AN Club Friday eveninglMr Mason Brown of was the guest last week of Miss Helen Ben n titthBennett of Lexington was t sheett Mr and Mrs J Stone Walker re turned last week from a visit in Louis ville Miss Lizette Dickson spent several ays last week with Jliss Van Green r Mr Tutt Burnman of Frnnkfortdspent Sunday with his uamwood Mr W Fred Booker ol Louisville spent Sunday with his brother Mr S Mr Roy BnslLand sister Miss Julia f Clark visited friends at Kirksville ast weekIOur good friend Charles H Breck Jr i orders his CLIMAX to Walla Walla Washington Messrs L M Smith and G W Muir attended the Y M I German atLex iugton Friday night Mrs Wm D Oldham and son ofAunt Kitty Phelps has been ill n Cincinnati Mrs J F Stone reports her improved spentJCol J Ife Harris Misses ShunItkU McRoberts of MrslIIalcolmMiller Miss Susan entertained informally Saturday evening in honor of Miss Crooke of Louisville Mr James Aebill is lucre for a short visit lie is delighted with Colorado where he has spent three years Mr N V White of White Gib purcluashugachokline Mr Birch McGinn of Chicago was the guest ot his sisters Mrs John Pates and Mrs G E Lilly several days VJacksonfor Pine Oregon to make their future home Mrs Emmett Dicksonuof Paris who has been the guest H Blan ton for several days returned home Monday Miss Elizaleth Barrett and Miss Craigi who have been with Mrs Cur ran Smith left for Winchester on Thursday Mr and Mrs Joseph Joplin left on Friday for their future at Orruba ofIIMiss Pattie Stevenson tho fashion able dressmaker baa taken rooms on SmithBallard street with Mr and Mrs Billiard Million Miss Elizabeth Logan of Shelbyville n well remembered visitor to seven commencementfl of C U is the gneet of Miss Florrie F Bright Miss Little waS tt ocaed home on Friday ftomWashlngtonUlaltimore- aud New York whore she spent two months very delightfully tedaJfortion in the book department of John Wnnarnakers great store Mr Duncan Goodloe of Danville re speuttenGregory who is III of furor dwasiutownsioners Coutt as a witness in tho case RDLakcsLivIngeton Goorge10WDMrs It E L of Rich mouid Is at ttio bedside oLber SterIiDliSentlnllDemocrat i4licMy t ir ii J l Evil Dispositions Are Early Shown Just so evil in the blood comes out in shape ofscrof uta pimples etcf in children nd young people Taken in me it can be eradicated by tt Hoods Sarsaparilla older people tile aftermath f irregular living shows it etf in bilious conditions a neavy head a foul mouth toa general bad feeling It is the blood the impure blood friends which is the real cause Purify at with Hoods Sarsaparilla and n appiness will reign in your family Blood PolsOnI lived In a bed of fire for years owing to blood poisoning that fol lo clwedbody Itching Intensely Tried doctors and hospitals In vain I tried Hoods Sarsapa lla It helped I kept at It and was en rely cured I could go on the housetops and shout about 1t MBa J T VzruABstCarbondale Pa Scrofula Sores My baby at twowmonths had scrofula sores on cheek arm Local applications and physicians medicine did little or no good Hoods San saparilla cured him permanently He Is now four with smooth fair skin Mat S WKOTEJJ 1armlngton DelpSa aJ floodI Ptii cur liver ml the non4rrttat1n and oi17 cathartic to take with 11oo4a sarapartuui Richmond a musical at the Christian Church on tho evening of tha 17th for the benefit of the Womans Society of that clmrch Pans News t fionC lay of this city have gone to FlorIda to spend several weeks in hunting and tbusinesstucky Paris Newsta wdvancedeeveningwillllSsislhersolo1frs P C Karr ol East Main street is visiting relatives in Rich ondLexington heralde TheMmewill appear in Danville for one engage ment on the night of the 28th as Manger Veatch has sold one of the boxes a gndever not sufficient to fully encour wiohlngtoo nceoMiss Christine Bradley is reading law theGovernorto become a regular practitioner but isIqualifying herself more especially become of assistance to her father in willillexpiration of his term of office He is audLosdock ofTudgetown Ky was at the Grand n her way to College Hill yesterda3t tinhiois now only 16 years of age but voungestColonel whenheKentuck Luke P Blackburn commissioned the infant boy a Colonel in his cradle Once a Colonel in al ways a Colonel Cincinnati Enquirer ExGov James P Eagle of Little alittlepatiin Tennessee Col Eagle went to an1Pllsttwotermsie entered the Confedemte army as i GovEagleshaving been one of the Oldhams of errIRELIGIOUS Rev R J Hunter will preachat Sil vcrCieek Chapel March 19 residenceOne of the largestprayer meeting au SmithlasttheConfessionagain and he says upon a more inter 730Membersattend irminJhamhils I a First Presbyterian church of MaysviJIo SHaysHon James Barbour and is a graduate ofPrincetonCentralUniversity MARRIED ofDal1villellnd brideHebionoclock by tho Rev W Y Davis yearstheen1IgedInof Kentucky He is father of Hon JN Saunders of Stanford C U83 DEATHS 1rrLOoKCharles WhStlock age Iayettelliwas buried in Fayette dThursdaySburyjugground ten ddaysthiscitrandlleaves a wife and threg children violentIIIn65s VlastonSatmdaySCBIVENEB Florence Woods in HerbertScrivenernee onNorlhon Sunday The sympathy of many parents hasthuofhisOnlyChar eetown Mo on March De lateTlsMessrsJD R and Jack Freeman of ofDanvillengedabout tlrnIiwill take place at Millersborg tomor shiPpWas 80Jl1e time ego engaged in the liv wifetliree intllclrdfiftsnIl4IsI t F j i 6IiiWLh LOCALbRiders AttentIon anTheI A W will be held in Richmond sometime in June It will bring 300 t1aysInwidespread reputation of our city fonts h ci satizonsshiouldbicyclerit1ors representativeara21 members of thoRicbnnd Vhub1 which meets every Friday night his store bWeBaby Bates the Kentucky Giant was dead but we see by the Livingston Colonel that Bates tassed through there Friday enroute to his old home in Laurel county At the depot liontSam Ward who is a maui of npbeSIdeb ijWevillo twenty years ago They each aimed tobe 7 feet 11 inches tall not in their stocking feet however as they wore high heels Things Well lo Rememberli saytoostal regulations is causing people to d Miscmatter whether sealed or unsealed j w cThees of merchandise and papers will remain in the office as dead unless required postage is paid unless party to whom same is addressed con stampsSothem properly weighed and stamped If it is worth sending they are worth paying for A Collection ol Gems A local writer a gentleman with litherary talents of a high order has t dorst installment appears on our first page a poem cannot b it touch the thoughtful readers heart attesting the divine power behind the pen that drew hus beautiful picture of the dyinj S Read it and remember hareafter o look there for similar gems Thupriter enterffthe realm of poesy ctiye feet that feel confident of the priviledlions in prose and poetry we pledge onr readers that the author treats his masterlyfervorexquisite and his descriptiveness ad m whether the occasion c alls for lightness for love or for tragedy It will always be admitted givinpenuine sweetness and truth as for the wondrous beauty of the language of its setting In the eighth paragraph of the poem n our first page wonderous should be- wondrollsour errer Poles Pulled up the Middle of the Night w hhetherc t ithoosesinc b slysuit of the action of prominent Main street resident on Sunday night Some t p Olantedproperty of the Misses Walker at the intersection of Main street and Lnncas ter avenue were dug up and placed in the streetthe holes the pavement were refilled and the sod was carefully replaced So that when passersby came down the street on Monday morning they saw the practical results of a d t Inhecompanyhad propertyi and that while the question of their right to erect the poles was not ln volved the owners denied the com wasboththe owners hellievecompany by the eit council extended i he incontcstible right to erect poles wherever necessary Some who take an opposite view are disposed for the sake of promoting public improve plnceItsproperty But still another though a smalleri number believe that they have rights nthe matter which oven the city gov ernment cannot legislate away These parties cite the action of Mr Willis Joverninontbnilding who might puncture the pavement in front of the postoffice with a view of erecting a pole there He was actin purely as an officer of Uncle Sam an us such his admonition was heeded From this action it is contended whether with good reason we do not know that if Uncle Sam can stop the company then any citizen may do like he so elects At all events a nice point lisa been raised and no iHat ter what hastily formed public opinion may be the property owners s case aro abundantly ablo to press their contention to a finish if necessary and establish beyond doubt ejrilctly what the rights ot citizens and corporations aro in cases of this kind It is stated to the CwtAX that the owners and the company will probably agree amicably and that the poles will- be erected in front of the property Out dugMeanwhile is are lying in the street as a result of a midnight coup de main Sensational Rencounter Between Charles J Brorston and Jack Chinn at Lexington Jack Chum of Harrodsburg and Charles J Bronston the wciJnow lawyer of Lexington came near having a fatal encounter at the Phoenix Hotel in Lexington Wednesday afternoon theDemocraticBronston was in the hotel office talking to a of politicians when Chinnap- lroachd hilL and asked If was armed notChinntiBroustouhim Bronston cursed Chinu in return and called him a bluffer gmbbedBronst tytookBronston went to n pawnshop got a large pistol and returned with it iu his hand x As ho was entering the hotel an 9tookpleaded bis case and was released He returned to the hotel and stood for half an hour at the counter In the meantime Mr Goebel and Warden Eph LSllard took CoL Chinn to his room where he was afterward arrested by SlierifiiBosnorth ona neace Magistrate5000 r B worth went back to the hotel with him and wanted him to enter a Awrded Highest Honors Worlds Fairy tJa liCIt BAllNfiMDtll MOST PERFECT MADE FHKfrsffi40 YBAM Tm TAPflLiL- ir kiiiil11 J A or separatcn1frnni the main entrance ut Chinn preferred the latter BrSn stpn had he1tiii place at thecounter d had ceaSe out in front of the hotel he was standing with his pistol Neitberspplhotel and Mr Bronston went to his olliceShorllv afterwards he received a inca JtheChinn had told him to inform Bronston Jtakermake no promise as to the future Col Chinn leftlor homo Wednesday night Just before leaving Lexington a statement to a correspondent Cot hina said he attacked Mr Bronston ecause the latter bad in a petition in a assuit stated that Mrs Chinn had by collusion and fraud attempted to cover up certain property namelyjhe stallion Lissak at Lexington last fall The proceeds of tho sale Mr Bronston at judgmentheof his clients a Mrs Sally Crawford ho claimed in her suit that Chinn had Chicagobelongingnot made a proper accounting chusbandChinn Crawford owned ahalf interest a Chicago gambling house anti when e died left it anti nothing else to his t lihewidow Chinn did sell the propertysoirs Crawford alleges for paid her a cent She brought suit against him got a judgment bntanot collect the money luinn sold the horse Lissak Bronston on behalf of Mrs Crawford got out the attachment THAT FARM PROBLEM CltAtTEK VII Wo assure Prof C W Boll of liar rodsbitrg that the discussion of his arithmetic problem regarding the farm has not been profitless oa unpleas prononneoohisso far have absolutely no one to ispute our assertion Wo in rite attention to the Professors latest letter on our lost page third column His research into the definition of the word parallel is exhaustive and convincing but as we requested him to lay no stress upon our doubt as to the of his position on that oint we beg him to confine himself Jo problomiudeterminate arithmetic classes Let us see what other educators think- NASllVIUU1lEsNMarcb 8 Editor Climax Problem 10 Arithmetic is an hideRterminate oneI1 YBenedicLPh Harvard Actg Prof Math and AsC Vanderbilt University 3Deardemonstration of your contention in CLIMAX careful perusal You are un t surprisodhatedge the corn I belong to the Board of Examiners of this county and the applicants themselves had their fun over the question Our Superintend ntnrd nuysehfconsuitedabout it and parallelidesclear enough to some students Even if Hell were right the idea ot giving uch a chance exam pie to boys and absurdYbuexamination for county diploma and nly scholars of the different schools- ra eligible to take it The problem is ridiculous and the tact thiatonceizi a million times one may be able to hit upon a solution by right triangles gives us no right to restrict it fo that one when the million figures that can be drawn if time al lowed may each satisfy the conditions I send n few figures that I made tot pastime each of which mightas well be taken as the correct one per Bell Yours Yale 76 This is from the Professor of Maths KyGradedEd Climax Tho farm problem I saw at once was incapable ot solution and so dew onstrnted in all its phases to one of my classes Havebeon carefully following the controversy and can add noth ing to your position Ih the matter which is impregnable RonBBT RIGGS C U 90 Prof Ricgs was graduated at C U with first honors of his class NASHVILLE March 9 Ed Climax Of course ou are perfectly correct about the problem Hell has jnade a ludicrous error lie has no right to as sumo that tho perpendicular from one Corner of the trapezoid will cut the figure into righttrianglea Any number of problemFruity GANNAWAYJ OS Aside from time above opinions the foremost mathematician of Kentucky and others unanimously declare that tho editor of the CLIMAX is right in ids allegation that the problem is In determinate StaleBoardDavidson thrown in In a pot of warm consomme then we will have to pro mote Prof nell to an Aumiralcy in a does all by himself But we also asserted that this and other problems equallyBilly demonstrated thin Board of Examiners to deal with the momentous entrustedInduce part of a letter from a prominent educator not a resident or inhabitant- of this county The fact is teachers have been amusing themselves with the doings of tho State Board of Examiners for threetare and 1 have heard it at the- meelings of the State Assecintion iu private of course The printing of the l1Qthingquestions for Bell defends the substance or this question and time incompetent thatAndthe Guammar and Physiology questions also They seem to have bit off more than they can chaw The arithmetic problems to which Itook exception are as follows Bought 275 barrels of sugar for whatdllllitA farm had two of its four sides parallel and two not parallel distance between parallel Sides 76 rods length of nonparallel sides 80 rods and 110 rods respectively find area in acres problemSillya catch question and entirely iuap a question to students of arithmetic III closing wo assure Prof Boil of our oodeelngBl1tweenter the belief that tbe administration of the BonrdofEdutas we had nr right to exetnnd the re sult of this controversy lias I think fully supported mv contention Respectfully C E WOODS SlOO Reward 100 Tile readers of this paper will be pl nted to learn that there Is at least ono dreaded disease that science has beeti able to cure in all its stages and that is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure is the Iuly positive cure now known to the medical lrl tetllity Catarrh being a constitutional disease requires a con CatnrrllCuroly upon the blood atilt mucous surfaces of system thereby destroying the givingtheiuitlenVstrciugtb niudaumistiuig nature in doing Its work proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers that they offer Ono Hundred Dollars for any case thnt It fails to euro Send for list of Testimonials CoToledoiib Dnuguat 76 cents Ikt J Ptlsi tMJ 11 o 0 Yc n d i A WE HAVrPlENTY OF COAl I And can fill orders promptly Oar Plie Knot anti Straight Greek Coals can not W ex celled We also handle TeIeeTermsSNEFF MILLION fv S Neighborhood Telephone Lines For Farmers The time is undoubtedly coming very rapidly when the isolation of the farmer will become mitigated owing to neighborhood telephone lines by weanJofwhichthey can communicate witheach other without reference to the- ondition of the roads or press of work local paper of an inland city in New York state describes an linenwhere the subscribers constructed the no furnishing tho tools and doing the ork themselves the expense for wire iinstruments etc was equally divided among them and the cost was only bout 14 per share The line of course j is free to subscribers but others can S make use of it hy the payment of a small fee At present there are ten subscribers to the line Scientific American The truth of the above paragraph from tho Scientific American Is proved by what is going on in various commu X nlties in TCpiitii1zv Tn OIRrIr1Irnnt 71 n n goniery Madison Woodford and other counties of Central Kentucky neighbor hood telephones are being erected and each day brings the various farmers nearer together and puts them now in touch with time town and cities Richmond should take advantage of the building of these lines and see that c w farmershotion constant and inexpensive connec and people A uicklnexpeiisive and reliable mode of connection wil soon lead to the estab deliveryneighborhoods and will be worth thous of dollars annually to the trade of- ichmunond + get you You your folks that when need of in the +4 LI S Th And and Most for trade that to R 4 They have a in and know They are the line for than you can get the 7same goods Now are not with S Co just your hand on your foot your peeled for 71 Tr BIRTHS DYKES Mr and Mrs Jesse Dykes prettydnujhlerMarch February 19 to the wile of Robert nee Miss Nettie Hume of Irviue and niece of girlbabyA girl one glove may have right but she may have a ring ore CORRESPONDENCE VER visitedMendsMiss Jennie Hyatt of teaching a spring school at this Miss Carrie Meeks is at after spending n with lien sisters in Ohio Miss Mary D Ballard of Whites Sta tion ppent a portion of last week with Miss Bessie Uock day Jerry Powers and family of Rich spent and with John Powers and family Mrs Sam Hatter who has been quite sick the past month is up and attend to her duties Ed and Powers J D Maupin and I A Allen have sold about barrels of corn to W S Hume Co at 175 Master Charlie Duerson who was in tho at a with a corn stalk by one of his schol matcs is doing no good His father took him to Lexington Monday to con suIt a specialist Rev H B Zernow of Kirksville presented little Miss Emma evenlnJforShe belongs to the Sunday School here by Miss Merritt Jones MaslerCOillIIlissioncrs Stile Edna Tillet Etc PlIffNotice of Against Sale Elizabeth Turner Deft In Equity By virtue of a Judgment and order of Sale of Madison Circuit Court rendered at the January term therot 1899 In the above style cause the will on Friday March 24th 1899 Between the hours of 1 oclock p m and 2 InRIchmondhighestblddcrappurtenancesthereonson county Kentucky and bounded S3 follows onthonorth by other lands of defendant and on the conthinTKEMS Bale wIlt be made on a credit of six months The purchaser will be required to payuncut Interest purehuemone1lsE SC Yrr M C M C C nclI32 AIiUib4 Ult andWhlskej Psitcured at home with perilculartOR BM WOOILE lee lot Korth Tryor 8 OT LightflraiinaIionzht a Law weeks tfffflnm MM pee that HtrnKK Duck Eg M BIbOetzeCi6Iordera 8 hUW i ig 7J r7I w 7 E m7 + you married a 4 +++++++++++ +++ +++++++ +4++++ I mean to any particular house if so get a divorce buy where you can the GOODS for the LEAST MONEY Come to my store and convince yourself of the wonderful reduction in Wraps Dress Underwear HosIery BlanketsCdinforts and Notions of all DONT FORGET I7APerfume Cotton per Clothing Always watch for advertisement I can save money I I I Main 1st Sts Richmond Ky Yf2 7 tell in Hardware Tinware or Stove+44 + cJsE2the Largest Stock the Spring ever Richmond lifetime the hardware business think they the peoples wants prepared to in hardware money when keep rabbit 4i eye hoodoos L 71 wearing two on CREEK Rowland is home Satardav Sunday household Lawrence week ago Carlyle conducted undersigned LociastliePoMryThoroughbred Harry Are BEST Goods Wool lands 71 D J3 n y to Creditors olColumbiswith the undersigned properly verified on or wl1Jberachsltv With the will annexed COImissioners Stile Julia ofAgainstClark Etc lIfts in Equity By virtue of a Judgment and order of Sale of theJanuarycause the undersigned will on Friday March 24th 1899 Between the hours of 11 oclock a m and 12 RichmOndMadizon followingInRichmondplkelknownbounded and described as follows Beginning at a point on the Big Hill pike corner to lot No 3 shown on plot flied herewith made by 8 Parrish thence with said tilt e 68 feet to the line of lot No on said plot thence at right I9i5feet ittheortheof and adjoining the former lot and fronting on wasterlythe rear of 38 feet TERMS Sale will be made on a credit of and 12 months equally The purchaser will be securityforbearluglien upon said until all the purchase money paid8ECorrxLc MCC Sole 111 A I In pursuance of an order of the Madison County gourtentcred at Its March terra 1859 tbe undersigned State Bank tTrait Company of Richmond Kentucky will ai assignee of John Powers sell upon the premises in county Ky o- niIncypr11 9 Beginning at 10 oclock a ra to the and best the following property TIL certain tract of land on Lbs waters of Silver Creek and on tho Sliver Creek and Sienelanu Turnpike containing acres more otl less locatedfarms theIgoodrepairia well watered and inmost excellent condi thin At the same time and place the following per farmlegmules one xyearold inane mule ore yearling horse mule seven bead of horses twoyeariinghullsthreecorn in the crib- TJSRMSThe personal property will bo sold nibs a of eUty all sums of requiredtointeract fmau dta of sale all sums lest than stile to bo paid for In cash LANDThe land will be old a credit of six and twelve month to bear interest from the day of sale and the purchaser will be re qoired to give honi with approved security for tohrea MadisonCiunty iaigeeJtab foregoing sale sell publicly to the highest ofJJPoweea3i ktytbrea acres of land OB the fritters of Silver Creek IB Madtaoa county Kv 5ightyikisesal oe ci the best pIece of land Ia idaciMna coiiaty Ky istiiisbve Mt faath sin IAW t TUJST ci JIwslilii IHandkerchiefs Soap 5c a box and up Brpwn 3ic yard 200 a suit and up Overcoats 250 and up my ltoo ll ll at Sakst Sks Soz OWEN McKEEX Cor and anything COTheyreceiving Complete carne had experience they sell you anything less anywhere you trading and MCFSuuLAxDOn SIL place month struck school and SHACKELFORD CO 75ffi7ii Notice Master Crandall reserved xncbli2wPublic QtI Madison highest located 1r Advance Advertisement WATCH THIS EVERY WEEK Next week EEgrXadies Fleecedlined Hose worth 20cts for lOcts 12 yds Torshon Lace for 4c Bargains this week in table linen napkins and counter panes The Maine Commission Co Dry Goods Notions and other articles Re member the name when in doubt THOS MEIGHEN Manager Con MAIN AND CHEAPSIDE nov23ly RICHMOND KY p o eskocakw 223 E ugh Street Lexington Ky 7Journal of Osteopathy sent free on application TAXESThis will be your last notice for 1898 taxes All taxes due from real estate will be ad April3rddue on personalty will be levied on at any time and all poll tax not paid at once will be garnisheed wherever it will be possible to do so You elected me to collect your tax and that I am sure to do ResptH H COLYER mch84v Sheriff Uotice to Creditors ofJosephproperly verified at once to BB MILLION Admr mchglw With the wilt annexed DRIVING IS BOTH HEALTHFUL AND PLEASilfiABLE and you can also say extreme ly comfortable when you are driving in one of our easy and handsome Buggies and Phaetons Our stock of fine carriages is unsurpassed for beauty style durability and general superiority and we ate selling them at pflows twill surprkeyew quality xm si4ed DoLiO ITtk ITTl TK BT T X i CDEED with vcgetolilo caredJLJauXjB tendayaral Testimonials and TEll DAYS treatment freeDR H B GREEKS SOIlS Box K Atlanta O- nPublic Sale As administrator ot It B Cornell son deceased I will on turday Mare 5 About the hour of 10 oclock n in on tho premises one milo from Rich month on Big lull pike offer for sale publicly the following described prop erty One twoRtory frame residence with about 4 acres land Th house la in excellent repair contains seven rooms nil necessary outbuild hugs Rood orchard amid cistern The laud is hijjhly improved Also four acres unimproved laud on south edo placer1 set of harness 1 mUch row 1 piano and a lot of c TERMSAllsums under 10 cash In hand over that amount J caslr j in six months and balance in twelve months with interest at C per cent Possession given Immediately J B CORNELISQN feb225w Adminis- tratorPUBLICSALE As executor of Lee Jake White I prenniseauser M1 19 Two lots immediately in Fostown containing about S5i acres one farm of 144 JjC100 acres a few hundred yards south ot rostown on the Rich month and Lexington turnpike The balanceigAllinteiuIotl d to qbmply with the above terms i r li al- fr4w zacvioa lit i1Iw1N r1C jrIT I 1 Rnw Ic i JIIST A E DAYS Jfour GREAT SWEEP OUT SALEwill be crowded out by our immense stock of success The public has been treated to feast of bargains Our only aim was to cclean out our stock of Whiter Goods and make ready for our immense Spring Line We have variety of bargains still left which are SU fast If you havnt taken advantage of this sale you want to do so at once as the invitation is extended to all Re et OUT PRICE SALE Deludes everything in the way of Boots Shoes Hats Caps Underwear and Neckwear Do not failv to call and see the great cut in prices we are making on Hats Yours for good goods at low prices H 4 y The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY MCH 15 1890 Dr Hobson Dentist Mrs Williamsons cottage Is for rpntThe best smoker the Proctor Knott cijar Douglas Simmons keep all re prirs for Syracuse plows Irvine Azbill sold S200 worth of cedar to New York parties Thoroughbred eggs for sale by lIar ry s Morgan Whites Station See ml Fridays Danville Advocate contained a column obituary of n dog iiuineil Drake George Youngs burned residence at Kingston will be rebuilt at once by A M Venable Photo UtUtons the raging fad 25c or hr 50c at the new gallery over Moborleys store fel 22Ct The lumlKjr mills at Valley View have resumed operations after the suspension from tho high tide Mr and Mrs Matt Hackurof Irvine formerly of this cily are the happy parents of a boy horn March 7 The Anna Kean farm of 60 acres near Concord jchool house was sold to W WPiggat715 per acre Light IJrahma ogcs 15 for Mam moth lekin durk ctgs 10 for liar ry S Morgan White Station See ad Persons desiring to rent the pretty cottage of Mrs Mary Williamson should call on Hon Grant E Lilly for terms Ue sure and get your picture taken at the new photograph gallery over Moberleys furniture store Pholes for 2o cents feb22flt Herndon Dudley has been held over on bail to the Grand Jury for shooting at Wright Hamilton on Fri day last Mr J E Wilburn n master potter of Zanesvillo Ohio is superintendent of the D Zittle Co pottery factory of Waco Ed Bowman will move to Madi son county with Isis lamily where ho has rented for this year NIcholasville Democrat The Wallers Party popular artists at Hotel Glyndon are displaying new pictures in the show windows at Mob crleya arcade Dr Ileiisons lecture was about the Jist feature of the Winter Lecturo t nurse alt hough the Impersonation truly fino Mothers come ami see the beautiful lino of vest suits for the little men iiges three to cltlit years old Coving ton Mitchell Snwuy n hums and Hutch Dun cnn are now fighting the Filippinos their regiment tho 22 U 8 having landed at Maniilt- Commissioner Scott sold the Lester Planing Mill at Perai to Joshua Bur dette for 1450 He wilt improve and operate the flan- Shortcnhigbroad Henry Black same color shot at another ebony lined lIOn of Ham last Thnrs lay and was put in hoc bend foremost Dont go anti pay a high price for a suit that we will cut make and trim in the best way for only twenty dollars Covington Mitchell Mr J W Smith has received from a Mississippi friend a deadgame War horse roostor anti two hens valued at 25 Their eggs sell at f5 per dozen Montgomery Jackson and Thomas H Black of Spcedwellihave gone to Oregon to locate Plenty of room out West without expanding In the orient The best merchant tailored twenty dollar suit on cailh cut by Mitchell trimmed right made right Come to us we give you tho best Coin ton Mitchell There Is an epidemic of sheep killing dogs in the Union neighbor hood and shotguns are In demand as a protection from the dreaded flock destroyers Salllo Broadduc 13yearold daughter of John Uroaddus colored was burned to death Sunday morning by her clothes catching fire from the cooking stove lrT B Taylor ofWaco under went a successful operation for appen dlcit lat Louisville on Monday lie was accompanied by his friend Mr Chas M Ewbry A telephone has been placed in the AVestern Union Telegraph OffiC3 at the Glyndon If you are incapacitated just telaboy to telephone lo telegraph office and toleoperator to teleotc For the very handsomest memor andumcalendar in morocco and cold the Equitable Life Assurance Society of the U8 has our thanks Muncey k Grlgsby are agents here for this great company lion N DlIlles has sold fifty acres of his Hunters ferry tract of land on tho Madison side containing the store house to Mr Cossady who will His said erect ware house and other con veniences for the benefit of the farmers and traders and make it a shipping point when5ipck water reaches tho for ry jNichotaaville Democrats Proctor Knott Cigar E P Ware of Clark county and Miss Pattle Wilson of Red House were granted marriage license Jl8terdayI The Walters Party popular artists at Hotel Glyndon are displaying new pictures in the show windows at Mol erleys arcade Come and see what we are offering you in a new spring suit Every one a beauty and of splendid value at a very low price Covinjrton Mitchell LOST A heavy plain gold ring Return to this office and get liberal reward Wanted Situation By ap old gardner and milker Small wages to right man Address care A D Miller at this office igarlGtf Suits for el1daythe suit that- a man wears to be comfortable intoIbe busy in made of fine tweed homespun Serge or worsted and other choice clothes at ten and twelve dollars Covington Mitchell Good Sale of Tobacco Mr Thomas Prather representing tho Picket Warehouse Louisville sold the crop of Mr Chas Nichols of Fayette at anavorageSThForflent 125 acres of extragood grass land located about one mile east of Richmond on fourmile road Well watered and fenced JOE CiiENAUiT marlo3t Richmond Ky Surplus Slock Apple trees at your own price re ceived at our Nurseries for the next 45 days and other stock at reduced rates P F ADAMS Sos niarSit Waco Ky 0At The Proper Time Mr John S Long a well known and highly respectable farmer of the Kirks villo neighborhood requests us to state that at the proper time he will announce J for Assessor subject to the acIlion of the Democratic party Highwater We hear thatthe water at Clays Ferry is up over the pike and in Mr A Gums store There must be a rise of over 50 feet from low water Reports from Beattyvillo state that much of that town is under water LexingtonGa zette Kirksville Candy Pull We are requested by Miss Simmons to state that the Ladies Aid Society of Kirksville will give a candy pulling at the residence ef Mrs James Shearer Friday night March 27th from until 10 oclock Proceeds for charitable purposes Wanted A hustler to sell an article offering good profit A specialty for which there is a steady and increasing demand No samples required Good situation for right party Only those meaning business need apply Ad dress Manufacturer Cleveland Ohio febl5Gt ton Ball E K Wilson charged with the mur der of Miss Cloyd of London was allowed 3500 bail by Judge Saufley at Stauford on the ground thatthe crimi nal operation was committed to save the reputation of the girl and not with the malice aforethought constituting murder in the first degree Eggs Will Not be Cheap Jim Smith says that eggs will not be cheap so long as the roads are so rough that a man or woman cannot bing a b uket of them to town without break big three out of five He and Bud Shearer have half a dozen poultry yards on his Stony Run farm and last year raised five hundred chickens The Third Kcalticky Mustered JJut The Third Kentucky Regiment will be mustered out at Savannah Gaouor about the first of April They will be allowed milage home and one day extra pay for evory 20 miles In the Third Kentucky are u number of men known here among them being 2d Lt E Travis Duff of Co G of Glasgow Ky Talmaae Resigns Rev T DoWitt Tahnago has resigned his pastorate of his church in Washing ton and will devoto his time to literary work and tho lecture field This calls to minii the fact that to the time of the brief illness prior to his death Mr Si las T Green aged 81 read Talmages sermons with the same regularity that he attended his church the Christian of which there was no more devoted member A Popular Appointment Mr Dan H Breck has been appointed District Agent of the Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Company with control ofMadison Lincoln JcEsamiuo Eetlll Garrard and Cark counties He is known to everybody in the county and has so many friends that his work for this excellent company ought to le firstclass Mr G WKo5cheuhorg the popular state ngenfes hero and is meeting with suecesiIn his work jjNew pates on Foreign Postage Pastmaster Willis hands us the fol lowing to be published for the ben fii of tIle public the following postage rates for foreign countries Postage rate forletters for foreign countries Js five cenU for each half ounce or traction of half ouiacendt- hat if postage upon lottenf is paid la full at that ratelQ1oi 1dtflcwBcy must be paid lay hij Ii tk Iwtterg er i4 iIi j WE IIAVE PLENTY OF COAL And can fill orders promptly Our Pine Knot and Straight Coals can not Creekicelled We also Hay Corn etc phone 21 near R N J B Depot Terms I Strictly Cash NEFF MILLION IiJ W Ballard Will be a Candidate Wo are authorized to announce that it the proper time Mr John W Bid ard of Whites Station will be a can irlate for sheriff subject to the action f the Democratic party Mr Ballard is in every respect worthy of the honor His business capacity and success in life his integrity and high standing make him a most eligible candidate for mblie favor Frozen ta Death The man found frozen to death last fuesday near Million and n hose name was not obtainable in time t a add tq Mir notice last week proved to be Hiram Kelly 19 yearoldson of Nathan Kelley At inquest held before Squire Young it developed that the unfortUr nate was too drunk on court day booze to fight oil the fatal sleep that follows bitter colJ and death laid him in a hroud of spotless snow with none to succor or to save Falling BrickCause a Big Noise The brick copfug on the front of the torn Smith building on Maiu streetOC upied by McGliutocks harness shop ell with a tremendous crash last Thurs lay morning The ton of brick and mortar fell to the sidewalk along which everal persons had just passed and herewere two narrow escapes but no injuries The freeze caused the troubles it is thought There is firewall nearby which looks threatening now and his is printed as a kindly if gratuitous admonition to the owners to have it speedily examined Lawful Sabbath The Reporter has always contended that most of the saloon men preferred to close their places on Sunday and would do so assured that every place in town would close Sunday the clos- Ing ordinance was observed again and we heard of no jags on the town The best class of saloonkeepers owe it to themselves and to the community to assist in the absolute observance of the law If there arc infractions business sense demands that they call the attention of the police to it Keep the law and see that others keep it Preachers women and editors are not the only people interested in hay lug a nioraland lawabiding community Paris Reporter Alleged Wile Poisoning Red Lick beyond Kingston is in the throes of excitement over a case olal leged wife poisoning The victim Mrs Janice Hurley died last week after a short illness and her rather hurried burial aroused the suspicion of her friends who preferred charges against the husband Dr James Hur ley who was arrested and tried before Squire Sandlin The dead womans corpse was exhumed and the stomach sent to Louisville for examination to locate poison if such was the cause of her death Dr Hurley came from Clay county five years ago and later was indicted by the Madison Circuit Co tut for prac ticing medicine without license Supctu Portraits Prepared Hero I wish to say to the citizens of Rich mond that wo have a reputatioil in Central Kentucky that no other artist lies for making free hand Crayons and fine Pastel portraits We havealready done sufficient work hero to convince the most skeptical that there w no higher class work done anywheo Now our work is done right hero in your owntown in our Studio at tho Hotel Glyndon Wo do your work under your own supervision and not satisfactory when completed it dont cost you a cent Now If you wish our work you will have to call early as wo will not tarry after our rush of work Is over that We now have on hiatids- Respectifully J H WAITERS Afow faces can be seen at Mobeileys show windows at all times Assignment otUP Todd On Friday Mr Lewis F Todd the dry goodii merchant assigned to Cash her Greenleaf of the Richmond Nation al Bank Llnbili tea and assets unknown The largest creditor the Ilibben Dry Goods Co of Cincinnati theatened to bring suit whereupon Mr Tfldd lOt termined to take the step above Indi cated to protect all his creditors alike The stock is now being invoiced and will be shortly eoldTvl auction This assfgnmentjias caused many ex pressions of sympathy for Mr Todd who is conceded to be one of the most slraightforward industrious and deserv hug merchant in our city In the lan guage of Mr 11 B Dillingham who lem ned with deep rcgrot of the assign mont 1 have known Louis Todd for years and he is an lonorable and yorUiy gentleman lIis wjfa was f ueriy Miss Myrtice French the deooiii daughter of Mr and Mrs i IreiBh Mr Toddefutcro plans sOt kIMiW r 1 I0 J t ttLOIIGERmiIYiviI ++++ +++ MM cAnd BEca a a RICH ARNOLDSUCCESSORS if if F W hW0V Iller THE ELY BIRD h L CETS THE PIOI- L OFTHEDAY tLAAkSkLSLLSv YTY4VYV 1 NeSpringSuits= LLLAA1AhAL 00y I I fln0rrTn0v VYY NOW ON SALE Mens Youths and Ohildien COME AND SE1 THEM THEY WILL PLEASE YOU RIGHTLNONCHEAPER CO ViflgItOILR- iVHtchell0 X IeIeXX IOIextI UI1LIRILtV i DAYS lONG H I OneFourth Off Clearing Sale Ii will last By the forelock if you want the c benefit of the OneFourth iOFFOn all Heavy Goods SU hRS Suits Overcoats Shoes Un derwear Hats c PTDUPjnHI U U HLflU Tie Cfothier Thc Sfcwr Tfce tlattefJk Fariiskr Thel5 alt courtesies awefiiBaUife thd greater enoble it If your child is crots or peevfeh jfcl no doubt troubled with worais Wkited Cream Yertniu e will raaiov th wonnsand its tonic effect restorefts natural cheerfulness 1rict 25 ceutSi hId by Twrry Jr Ttomiu Saarilm cC S TIle Clark county grand Jary indict etliii insurance tothpauie for consplringto raise rates TheTralsPsWic Ju4lttbIJ pct 1 L J 1899The Busy Bee Cash Store ezt2 Sends Greetings to their many Friends and Patrons wishing them a happy and prosperous Mew Year for 1899 The great Mercantile Corporation THE BUSY BEE CASH STORE CO have made special arrangements with the manufacturers with whom they do business to make special prices for them during the year 1899 and they can promise their customers many raretbargains in all lines carried by them during the year Dwi MO UNDERBUY UNDERSELL CASH Look out for our announcements in the local papers and circulars They will always contain something to interest you and our LOW CASH PRICES will save you money Our flirt offerings for the New Year will be nice yardwide Bleached iottonno dressing 4c yard Hope Bleached Cotton Londsdale finish 6c yard Green Ticket Londsdale Blenched Cotton Gc yard fruit of the loom Bleached Cotton Cc yard Mnsonvillo Bleached Cotton Cc yard best 104 Pepperell Blenched Sheeting lac yard rood 104 Unbleached Sheeting 12c yard good yardwide Brown Cotton yard nice Sea Island yard wide IBrown Cotton 4c yard AAA Trlon Mills Brown Cotton 4jc yard We are Showing Some Beautiful Percalles at Cents We have just placed on sale the largest line of Ilamburgs Laces and Embroidery ever shown in the city Tithe line contains all the new things in Nansook Embroideries Jaconet Embroideries Swiss Embroideries match sets of all kinds hand and machine made Laces of all kinds Our buyers have made a specialty of this line and nothing has been left undone to make this department one of the most important factors in our immense business We wish to call your attention to tile fact that all prices named on Bleached Cottons anti all domestic are subject to change without notice bo take advantage of this opportunity Buy your spring cottons while you can get extremely low prices on them We are showing some special good things in Table Linens and quoting special prices on them for a short time If interested ask to see line when yoa come in linesD Agenh for To yUBrd of HOliel Ask to see them when you come in J I winter goods have felt the keen of cold steel and prices have been madeJ on winter Boots and Shoes winter Overcoats and Clothing Blankets and Comforts Flan goodsbeforeW Havc Jt UnlD QeQ The latest in Wash Goods all kinds will be in season dont have to go the larger buy what you want We will show the year 1899 a stock not nor in any the cities Give a call going again you a New Year and you for past we are very MT AND Judge Scot Declares Local Ontion Law Invalid The Nlcholaaville Democrat prints this important to local op tion literature Judge Scolls decision is not criticised for our learned Judge is sustained by the law and facts The Democrat says Local Option Law Declared Invalid On Monday afternoon Judge Scott rendered a decision that Is of vital interest to every man woman and child in the county Iv the case aRMiist J N Abraham for selling whisky Inn local option precinct it was decided that the local option In civil district No5 Is Invalid on the ground that the petition was filed and the order made the election at the same term of court The local option laws were voted for under the act of 1874 and elections were held In the various precincts dnr ing the summer and fall of that year This decision renders invalid local option law in all precincts in the county as the same sate of facts exists in all precincts Judge Scotts decision is In accord with the decision of the Court of Appeals in a similar caso that was ta ken up fromLee county This decision which is a just oyo according to law Is nevertheless very seyere blow to who voted to oust whisky In their respective pro cincts Whisky can now be in any precinct in the county just as it was before the act of J874 A little wantoI coulormily to law has reilered invalid the wishes and decision of tilE people In every precinct in the county I Cure alt liver tIlS bilious ness headache sour stota Sold by all drntepiti cents o taU with EaruptrUUk I hope your hired girl knows her place Yes and runs it Much pain and uneasiness is caused by piles sparing neither age nor sex Tflblers Buckeye Pile Olijtment cures most obstinate MM Price 50cts in bottles tubes 75 iti Sojd by Perry It Thomas marllm Some of the socalled pugilists should try a scrap iron tonic To CUP aCsWUCMl Iiy rake Laxative lironib Quinine Tablets All druggists refund mon Jyif it fail o cure 2ti The genuino h U Q on each tablet npvOUm 4 Doubt comes In atthe findow when Inquiry denied at the 4 ala CoR lip onllnll Indi l gestion flegulatea the Livcrr Price 25 eta Sold by retry TkolBu uece ora V W G White Coral la a talisman ajtainet lliUBiier sand evils by flood Md gtlltl To allay pains mbdile ItiS inHik tion foul sores aiii wkers tM e most result a4 obt iBed bi- a using Balkrda SIMI w LMiiierit PriciBi 23 cents v1t41 S9 GMta eM Kjr Ifcrry A tJ T ti 2 3Jc and law eav Soa 01 aXtt Bas Jef O feeS De k things of during surpassed equaled of larger Satisfy yourselves elsewhere wishing prosperous patronage respectfully W D OLIJIIAM COMPANY RICHMOND STERLING contribution saveoneH0oOds coMtlpaJ PillsIontpalnorgrlpft djor- HUWANTEAicarwDvepep PItlr patlsfftetory aQ OVs2s GEORGETOWN I have been afflicted withrheumatism for fourteen years and nothing seemed lo give relief I was able to be around nil the time but constantly sat fering I had tried everything I could hear of and at last was told to try Cham berlains Pain Balm which I did and was Immediately relieved and in a time cured I am happy to say that it has not since returned JOSH EDOAU Germantown Cal For sale by Perry Thomas marllm Amber is cure for sore throats and glandular swellings The result of ar overindulgence in foot or drink are promptly rectified without pain or discomfort by taking a few doses of Herblne 50 cents Sold by Perry Thomas marllm Discontent is time want of sehf reliance it Is infirmity of will- Hoarseness Leads on to serious irritation of time throat and may end in a racking rasping cough Dr Bells neTarIIoney will quickly clear the throat and leave tho voice clear and smooth It Is an infallible remedy for coughs and colds and all die orders of the throat and lungs Good druggists6ell it 25 cents It Diamonds produce somnambulism and ecstasy Have you a cough A doe of Coos seas Honey of Tar will relieve it Price 25 cents and 50 cents Sold by Perry Thomas marllm Opals are fatal to love and bring dig cprd tojlver and receiver YqU Can bo cheerful and happy only wbnsoIk nrt wel It you reel out take Heroine it will brace iofsbrts Price 60 certts Sold marllm by Per It Iff a felony to run a crap game in Tennessee under a new law Have You ken Coughing a a week a month a year Dr Bells PineTarJIoDpy will cuire that cough ere Can lie no doubt of it It lids cured nmaiiv others equally severe Druggists sell It 25 cents No euro no pay It You cant tell abquta boys salary by the engagement ring be buys for his girl Rev TS Edwards pastor of the En glish Badtlst church at Minersville Pa when suffering with rheumatism was advised to try Olumberl ns Pain Balm Ho says A few applications of this liniment proved of great ser vice to me It subdued the inflamma tion andrelieved llie pain Should any sufferer profit by giving Pain Balm a trial it will pleasd mo For snle by Perry k Thomas marllm Whenever some people are able to raise time wind they cant resist blowing themselves CUBAN OIL cures PI2Mfrs CnW BarnvBruises Rheumatism and Sores Price 25 cents Sold by Parry Ttomas mccesors to W G White Papa1 said Benny 1oobu lIcrwhy are days of grace allowed Mil nott Tut avoid weeks of disgracer- efdieihlIme lHloobQcopa- rTttat lrrv of Columbus Ga set wt years and thea tSTMH Pites ty using Ifc Witis hazel Sav e It heals iujitrfaj ii MO Wte MaltW rj t n Iic J Customers are not limited as to the quantity of Q their purchase We have our ware rooms full of all kinds of domestic goods and as long as these special pri J ces are named on them customers can buy what they S want We will offer good calicoes at SIc American indigo blue calico lc new red calicoes lest brands 4c Ameri can shirtincn new styles 3Jc Simpsons black and mourning prints 4c 5 Ladies Onr line of Embroideries will certainly en tertain you for an hour or two Call and see them II Onr great line of Carpets Mattings Linoleums Oilcloths Rugs Lace Curtrins and Oil Shades was nevermore I complete We have no carried over goods in these lines They are all fresh and new now styles new pat o you We have just received a new lot of American Lady and Featherbone Corsets These are the most comforta ble fitting corsets shown to the trade Try one We have some special good things in Ladies Jack ets and Capes left that we are closing out at just one half S the originalprice If interested call and see them We are he All edge our fS 0 em shown by us You cities to us before And Impartial for those llood short Price spiritual WHefe Sm IIIantercNetimlglanui Toothache cures Stomach and Snamcr Comploluu Price 25 Cents Sold by Perry Thomas Successors to W Q White In Iloilo there is not a hotel ora pub lic conveyance nut travelers are few Many Lives Are Saved by the timely use of Dr DeBs Pine TarHoney When a cold creeps upon you or a cough racks your lungs no remedy is so prompt or effectual Time last snowfall at Terre haute was 11 inches in depth keeptimeusing De Witts Little Early Risers the famous little pills for constipation and liver troubles Douglas Wells A license to retail intoxicants at Cen tervillo has been denied Tettci SaltRheum and Eczema The intense itching and smarting fuel allayedbySkin Ointment Many very bad ases have been permanently cured by It It is equally efficient for itching piles and nlpplcschappedand chronic sore eyes 25 cIa per taut Dr Cadys Condition Powders are just what a horse needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge They ore not food but medicine and tho best in use to put a horso in prime condition Price 25 tents per packaga The topaz is said to be a preventive to lung troubles and imparts strength Spring tireness is due to an impover ished condition of the blood and is cured by Hoods Sarsaparilla which enriches the blood The onyx is apt to cause terror to the wearer as well as ugly dreams These lure dangerous times for the health Croup colds and throat trou bles lead to Consumption A bottle of One MInute Cough Cure used at the right time will preserve life health amid a large amount of money DougInsCats eye is a charm ngilnst witch craft A LitHe SniKte or A stubborn cold or a deepseated cough cats be cured for good with Dr Belts PineTurUonoy This famous remedy takes in time will stop time progress of consumption and brine the color of health to tIme palid cheek Druggists sell it it Gamete preserve health and joy Ck MbertiRs Bgh Kemeil- yTbisreiaedy is Intended especially for coughs coMe croup whooping cough and influenza It has becojue faljioua Jot cures of thnso diwascp over a largo of tie civilized world The most riRtterinc testimonials have been received HilvInK arcorints of Its feood works of the asrgravatinjr and perijptenl it lies cared ofaevrro colds that i te jjetiiktdpromptlf to jt soothing effecfe the nj rtifUikh of fureofu1pr jpwu tst itl all detuiWon con 4i by Puscyt Thi iMntarilru o rI- i Vj rI6c La Grippe is agnin epidemic Every precaution should l e taken to avoid it lIulhCureAdvertiserEldoiJMoodin using One Minute Cough Cure for quicktothoBlackknow what they are talking about Why is it that one man is old and decrepid at 15 and another halo and hearty at SO It depends on the care he takes of himself Often a marts t body gets out of repair tho trouble grows until it lays him out in bed Whenever a mann feels that he is not as well as he ought to be when he is list i lees without energy and without vi I talitv whenever ho finds ho Is losing weight and that his ordinary work i gives him undue fatigue he neods Dr cryIfactive and his blood impure he keeps his nerves and his body under a con stant nervous strain He will not tlothearty when he is old Time Golden Medical Discovery euros many eo called diseases because nearly nU ill thinJb111digestionblood The Diver makes tho 4appetite good the digestion strong IIP himilatfon easy and time blood rich anti pure Next Monday will be County Court day at Carlisle and Owincsvillc lifst of AnjTo cleansa the system a truly beneficial manner when the if i iIfcctgenuine Manufactured hv time Cali forum Fig Syrup Co only anti for Faleyby all druggists at 50 cents per bottle The spring term of tho Bourbon Cir cult Court convened at Paris Monday The Spring Months Are most likely to find your blood im pure and lacking in time red corpuschH which enable it to carry nnurirthmunt to the nerves and other organs Therefore you feel weak tired and listless and are troubled with spring humors Relief is given by Hoods Sarsaparilla which purifies enriches and vitalizes the blood Heeds Pills euro biliousness Mailed for 25 cents b10 L Hood t Co Lowell Mass It Mr Joseph Choate the new Ambnsipador to Great Britain reached Lon don March 1st MARCH AND THK LioN Something ieller Than Tha t1J Saw The saying about the lion end time lands in March often proves false but there is another and a better one which is literally true When March comes in nail finds you taking Hoods Sarsaparilla to purify enrich and vital Iztf your blood you may expect when Kgoes out that it will leave you free front that tired and with none of tim boils pimples anti eruptions wjiicli nanik6t themselves Decaiiro of Impure blood in thin siirlng If von JoIlsSIiwe Miviqe ye to Imegin today We ns eutre jriw k1fU imtke you feel better ahIthmroh th hltH m r tiL q Iii l =Tr2Fr i o Ir 1 v IiWantedAn Idea =think kotct onr Mean theY bring eyWaaI1IDCtdD Write JOHN WEUDBKIiUIunt Patent D c for their prize oJrer 111n ot two Inrentloiu wanted RBNIIIBI111111Timo day May 2 1893 1st Class 2d Clus EAST BODSD No1 No3 NO 9 Bz Son Ex Son Ez Son 11AIVersailles 10 22 6 BJ S 30 Nlcholastillo 11 02 7 35 6 48 Valley View 23 8 00 8 20 Million 11 8 13 8 M Richmond SS 8 33 15 P M Union 1213 1000 Moberley 12 1005 Dralleld 12 30 10 25 Panola 1235 1040 Irvine1 1135 Ni No NO wio- WT Ez Sun Ex Sun Ex Son Ei Sun A M it p M A Irv1ne2i 11- 55Ianola225 loi Ilrassfield 2 30 r 20 Moberley 2 41 145 Union 2 47 Richmond 6 oi 3 2 Million 20 3 30 3 00 Vall View 31 3 45 NIoloinsV111e 658 4 10 4 33 Versaiflea7 50 5 03 6 10 JLM PM pTiil 1M AH trains connect with Louisville Southern trains to and from Louisville All trains connect with C N O T P trains to and from CincinnatiJ Train Dispatcher- W ADAMS Superintendent Who can think WantedAn Idea of somalmplO thing to patent- Protect Jrt thv bring yon wealtb Write JOHN WKUDEUnlTKN ft CO Patent Attor Wiubliistnii D C for their Jc1O oBer gf5 Of LUdCd invenUona e PERSIACURES rr tikkt I iciti R aiIy In Effect December 5 1838 DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY pm am pm pm 2 N c 20 Lve Uklimona Ar HO 7 20 j M 1811 Winchester 11 42 6 16 l1i f tf Maysrflle 830 140 930 Parid 840 510 GIT U28 Georgetown 7 50 4 28 7 M Ar Frankfoit Lve 7 00 3 40 Ak for tickets viaParisJNEWTON O P A h ke n io Eaiteaj Time of Trains at Winchester Ky WEST BOUND Mt Starling and Lexington Accom 6 55 am Ibutern Express for Louisville 7 30 am Morehead and Lexington Accom 3 00 pm Nevr York Limited F F V 4 80 pm EAST BOUND Lexington antI Morehead Accom 8 15 am New rk Limited F F V1188 and Mt Sterling Accom 6 30 VasbIagton Express 9 23 pm Accommodation trains ron daily except SUn day Other trains run daily Through sleeping and dining car service to New York Per information rates or sleeper reservations tan on or write K HOOD Agent LJtNRy Richmond Ky or OBOROE W BARNEY D A C t O Ry Lexington Ky EASIER THAN EVER The present schedule of Illinois Central Rail road in addition to shortening the time to Memphis and New Orleans has made It Easier Than Ever to reach all points In Arkansas Arizona and California The splendid train service with which the Illinois Centrals Memphis and New Orleans Vestibuled Limited is equipped makes It Easier That Ever to take a trip to the above mentioned territory The Central Is the only line which runs Free Reclining Chair Cars and Vestibuiled trains from Louisville to the South also a weekly Pullman TourIst Car for California 25pmArrArr NewOrleansFilday7 4Spm I0pmArr45pmArrArr Los Angeles Monday 9 20pm Arr San FranclcoTuesday5 ISpnr nil b ViiUr tt CiEfonii Parties desiring to make a comfortable trip to the territory mentioned will do well to com R II Fowler Traveling Possen eer Agent Louisville Ky WM ALPORD KELLONO A G P A A II HANSON O PA Lonisville Ky Chicago dcc29ly i SOUTHERN RflILWflY IN KENTUCKY Schedule In effect Dc 18 1898 EASTBOUND NoI NO5 Na3 Ir Ixmlsrllle 740am 3JOpm1 Ar ShelbyvlUe9OJam rrepm 807pm 1I5OpmArAr Leal ng ton laUam 6C pm iqgpm WOBTItOUHD No 6 No 2 No Lv Lozlnctou 730am 42pm 615a Ar Versailles LEanI Ar LareDtlObg 555a Ar Sholbyvllle 11i1JamiUCpm S32a a Ar Louisville 7JV m Trains NM 2 5 and Free Observa ion Chair Cars between Louisville and Lex ington EASTBOPNU WESTUOCST- XNoTlJ No7lLi STATIONS No 3rIpm Apn66pUl rfiiiilmllVLOilbVil An 42 I 2INCii 700rm laijamlAr UurKlu Lvl STBOUND WEST OUND Ka 15tNaS7 STATIOSS Na 16tNo68 PII500pm611 1D16am1At Veralles At 750am 415p a40pmilllOHmlAr Midway Ar 730am 338p IBpmllilfipmiAr Ucorctn Lv 700am 3O0pxr nASTIXJONU WESTBOUND tNo llWa 81 STATIONS ItNo 6ltNa 3 1Z5ptx10am1102am 705pm Ar Nlchlvlll Ar 58am 35p 1158pm 805pm Ar Illchmnd Lv 605am 300p LOSptn Ar Irvine y1IOpuSTA- TIONs No L No 3 745pArAr ICntkville7OOpm 74IaD 115pArAr Jacksonville 900a ArCitittanooga LSSpm SASau- kr Atlanta iaom ilJiean SSSpArLv Chattanooga olupm fl55a loapmlllIOaDAr Train No Cincinnati Klorioa ft HanD Limited carries Through Drswtnr Room Pull man Sleeping car between Louisville Atlanta Mtron Ad Jacksonville connects at Lcxlng tun cir Chattanocca with Pullman Sleeplns ca for NetrOrtean Free Cbalrcaro between Lou lsvlUe SOd I xlncton Observation Chair car between Ltxlocton suit Rome Cafe cars cle cant coachca Train l o 3 carries Pullman Sleeping ear be lJlrmnJthumton to Jacksonville Tia Asheville and Savan nah also via Cliattanooira nnd Atlanta y change Free Chair cars Lexington to Ghana 1NewSundayX PTALouisville Ky Lexington K pSCAKKo sa VI OM J L OULPT M DWArTiurOPAvae4ct2c LeIiIoITWt Kj An ExcellcntCombinntioJL The pleasant method and beneficial effects of the well known remedy SYRUP or FIGS manufactured by the CAUFORXIX FIG SYRUP Co illustrate the value of obtaining the liquid laxa tive principles of plants known to be medicinally presenting them in the form most refreshing to the taste anftxeecptable to the system It is the one erfect strengthening laxa effectuallydispelling gently yet promptly and onto overcome habitual constipation per manently Its perfect from every objectionable quality and sub kidneysliveror irritating them make it the ideal laxativeIn process of manufacturing figs are used as they are pleasant to the taste but the medicinal qualities of tho remedy are obtained from senna and other aromatic plants by a method known to the CALIFOKJIA FIG STUUP Co only In order to get its beneficial effects and to avoid imitations please remember the full name ot the Company printed on the front of every package CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO BAN FRANCISCO CCLOUISVILLE KY NEW TUliK HY1 For sale by all Druggists Price Ste per bottle Jan5Ty 135E- COPMIST RANGES Roofing Guttering and General Job Work LVE MITH i SDR CALDWELlS CONSTIPATION PEPSI N L 444 + t + t+++++++++ + + + + 4- 4ISRRock I 4 t SueFORian tt ett tS t+ Six of the best Fire Insurance Comi + panics la the United States losses paid 4+ + promptlyiIn the Prndental you are Ii best Life Insurance attainable and on 4 the most approved plans In Accident 4 Insurance we again ve the best We 4 not transact business with irrespon + Itwill t COrDp1nlesi 4 +4 4 + Tar Io PrvatiIy c 1Iwill offer for sale privately my House and Lot situated on the corner of North and 7th Streets back ot A II Burnams property The house has seven rooms good cistern sta ble and other necessary outbuildings the lot contains about 90x00 feet The price will be reasonable for cash WILLIAM ENGLISH nov9U Richmond Ky REGENERO OMPlETE 3LISS hV Ij Crsrt Rcslores Lostk Maltear Wea Slrou r ENcn RE DYnow nTltiin pny rrnr or rtery American dM tniitnuiit Is imNliirrly guaranteed to cure Rtnst imHloIr l of Nervous Drlilllty or tin Hicase It nitn powerfully and unkklr Ian PSjnlrally IVrfcrJ li the rr ull t it JEKUO Toting men will re in ItiiKiiiliool nol OM lIen will recoret r rout rtsor It In ortlS and restores tc c i iitur idl suCTiTtnt front Seminal Wcat PenflattothCabI1rit no VaiIiicas nvll Dreams De pon r luk of rojSarP nrl nl cUfcU of self i ii runllnl ntCllun whirl uunts r stUcu rTU ItEIlXCItO at uu rut nt io Ciseaso tltat Is why nw I eoestNrrwToniclothaworkl UonnndlCltDICIIiriIiJtl why Tie Ini Clnrv conies hark to iIeriiiw4es Inhteiifln iiaIng lIflNtlltO rinlh t t mfct Iy mall IOO1tlx rr fI 1v Uc rSirrrTully rrfunil vi vaev lo not effect a cure i M niw i lie American Office of tpA lCO 1l3Cclurnbusv HEWYOEK For sale in Richmond by Perry Thomas Druggists septllly Wheeler Wilson Sewing Machine etr Ui Rcrtary Moflot IUd Ball Bearings Fortalo by DwXttcCo tII woatl Ky i t U Hires Tenr OMaice Seme Extraordinary Offers yTfce Climax The CussAx wants five hunred new subscribers by the first offhonow year la order to reach this end some ex traordinary inducements will ba made Until further notice tho followIng will be offered to subscribers The CLIMAX and The Week ly Louisville Dispatch 125 The CLIMAX and the Home and Farm 130 The CLIMAX and either the Cosmopolitan Munseys or McClures Magazine 200 The CLIMAX and the Louis ville daily evening post 3The Richmond CLIMAX and Twiceaweek Courier Jour nal both for one year 160 The CLIMAX and Weekly Cincinnati Enquirer 150 The CLIMAX and OhioFarm 190The CLIMAX can also fur nish any paper published in the United States or Europe at reduced rates THE FARM PROBLEM citAFntB VJj HABRODSHUUQ KY March 2 1899 Editor Climax Mv DEAR SntAs you have so kindly offered mo space in your next issue to eply to what you lied to say iu The CLIMAX of the 1st inst regarding my solution of the Farm Problem I will make a brief reply although I would much prefer to let the matter drop ill could do so in jus tice to myself and the State Board Whet you wrote and asked me If my problem was not susceptible of many solutions and was therefore indeter minate I unhesitatingly answered that it was only capable of one solution which solution I claim is absolutely correct because It meets every require ment of the problem without having to assume anything whatever And I al so maintain that the diagram I drew is geometrically correct a fact that you deny and quote Websters Inter national Dictionaryto prove your position that is that the upper and lower bases of my diagram are parallel according to all geometricians and that even Webster although he made no pretentions to mathematics when fully quoted bears me out He says among other things that parallel lines are lines having the same direction or ten dency direction conformable to that of another line Wentwortii on page 25 of his New Piano and Solid Geometry says Parallel lines are straight lines which lie in the same plane and have the same direction or opposite directions when they are on the same side of a straight line joining their origins they lie in the same direction and when they are on opposite sides of a straight line joining their origins they are said to lie in opposite directions Edward Olney page 56i New Geometry says Parallel lines are lines which have the same or oppo site directions Emerson White in his Geometry published in 1895 says Parallel lines are such as lie in the same plane but cannot meet however for produced in either direction- C E Woods in his issue of The CLI MAX of March the 2nd 1899 admits that the lines used in the diagram submitted by me are parallel lines when he utilizes the same to prov my prob lem susceptible of one more millions of solutions by extending said lines in definitely and all the while calling them parallel lines Now I wish to say that I have the most profound respect for the Ed of The CLIMAX and the venerable gentleman whom the Ed styles tbefore most mathematician in Ky I think I know to whom he refers and know that lie has few if any equals and I would certainly be guilty of the rank est sort of egotism should I attempt to set myself up as being iu any degree comparable to him Butit is said that fools rush in where Angles fear to tread Now as Ive already rushed in and in the language of the most original character over Kentucky produced dont know whether to pene trate or retreat Ill just do neither but will maintain my position so long as I have authority to back me I contend that my problem is not an indeterminate because I have fin ished a solution that I have proven to be Geometrically correct and that to get any other solution it is necessary to make unnecessary assumptions- If I say that a fanner expended 1000 for sheep and hogs the sheep costing 2 per head and the hoWl 3 per head and want to know the number of each purchased then according to Ray Olney Robinson and others I have an indeterminate problem because it is capable of many solutions no one of which can be considered any more defi nite than another Before closing I desire to say that I have not the least ill feeling toward the Ed of The CLIMAX or anyone else connected with this discussion But on the other hand I must rather acknowledge myself indebted to him for The Amen of marriage II babyWitboutit wedlock iib a summer field that never- blooms a flower thatnever buds a night without stars a sermon without aben- ediction a prayer without an Amen There neverr was a husband aspiretohealthy capable children to hand down bythegeneration There never was a wife fit to bear that noble title who did not wish to wear womanhoods most glorious crown the sceptre of motherhood Ibousands of wedded couples otherwise happy foil short Of wedlocks greatest happiness be cause they are childless In the majority throughignorance distinctlyfeminineway there is one great mediant that does tint Tail to accomlislt its u pose It is Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription It acts directly on the delicate organs concerned vigorousvirileheals ulceration soothes pain and tones the shattered nerves It fits for wifehood and motherhood It quickens and vitalizes the distinctly feminine It ban- Ishes the maladies of the expectantmonths and makes babys Ott to easy and almost painless It insures the little newcomers health and nourishment in plenty It is the best supportive tonic for nursing mothers SpjkanecolWash lIerceaIfwriteglresmetrengmIplctureolbenilL I feel bdter iltan 1 kavt In Len years In cases of constipation JJf Pfcrced Pleasant Pellets should be used as an ptiontJtmi MIIft sis IIIiWt- C o J=o= iI1DiUlgef h SiIIRIISTTDo every change in the 1weather Does your throat Ifeel raw And do sharp pains dart through your chest t Dont you know these aro t danger signals which point to pneumonia bronchitis or consumption itself If you are ailing and have alost flesh lately they are 4 certainly danger signals The 0 question for you to decide is rt Have I the vitality to throw H oTf these diseases Dont wait to try SCOTTS EMULSION as a last re X sort There Is no remedy g equal to it for fortifying the A system Prevention is easy Scotts Emulsion prevents consumption and 8 hosts of other diseases which attack the weak end those with poor blood- SCOTTS EMULSION Is 9 the one standard remedy for inflamed throats and lungs for colds bronchitis and con sumptlon It is a food medi cine of remarkable power A food because It nourishes the body and a medicine because it corrects diseased j conditions Soc and 100 all druggists SCOTT BOWNE Chemists New York wo all need slinking up occasionally and while Im not willing to admit that Im altogether in error still I can and will profit by his friendly criticism Most Respectful ClIAS VBEUi Member State Board of Examiners P SI meant to say before closing that in my experience of about ten years as county examiner that I have always given teachers full credit for whatever knowledge they may display regarding questions that are in any way ambiguous I think it is the duty of all examining boards to give the widest latitude consistent with the work in band In that way they can get at the independent ideas of tho teachers and can form a better con ception of their actual knowledgeC B The smallest things may exert tho greatest influence Do Witts Little Early Risers are unequalled for over dining constipation and liver troubles Small pill best pill safe pill Doug last Wells HIS MONGOOSE EXPERIENCE Although I sold tickets in a red circus wagon for years continued the dime museum man VI was badly fooled once in an animal deaL I moan by this that I fooled myself I got a letter from a collector who wanted to know if I would buy a mongoose I wrote back to have it shipped at once and it was to be in the museum ready for ex hibition one Monday morning I had a rather hazy idea of what the beast looked like but I was sure that it was something big with tusks and I told our artist to go ahead on that idea and spread himself Ho did Tho picture he evolved would catch any ones eye at any range He took1 whole frame of canvas arid painted for a background a tropical is land with the mongoose chewing up sailors on the shore The picture was finished Sunday and couldnt help but rub my hands when I looked at it The moment it was hung out prople flocked around it and the early morning attendance Mon day wasremarkable The doors were opened before I got down and as I went up stairs I could hear a subdued growl Thats the moncooes I said to myself The idiots havent fed it It was the mongoose It was the crowd growling like a Roman mob be hind the scenes They had beon lured by the picturo and when they got to the ca labeled Mongoose hey could not see the beast at all It had buried itself in the straw Chicago Tribune Volcanic Eruptions Are grand but Skin Eruption rob Ufo of joy Bucklens Arnica Salvo cures them also Old Running and Fever Sores Ulcers Boils Felons Corns Warts Cuts Bruises Burns Scalds Chapped Hands Chilblains Best Pilo cure on earth Drives out Pains and Aches Only 25 cents a box Cure guaranteed Sold by Perry Thomas Druggist 2 Up in South Dakota a boy has been borp with two tongues and no brains If ho had been born twenty years ago and lived in Colorado what a nappy member of the legislature ho would make Tolluridd Journal t Parsnip Complexion It does not require on expert to detect tho eufTercr frolii kidney trouble Thc hollow cheeks tho sunken eyes the dark puffy circles under tubeyei the sallowparsnipcolored complexion in dlcate sit A physician would ask if you had rheumatism a dull pain or ache in the back or over the hips stomach trouble desire to urinate often or a burning or scalding in passing It if after passing there is an unsatisfied feeling as if it must be at once repeated or if the urine has a brick dust deposit or strong odor When these symptoms are present no time hould be lost In removing jhe cabse Delay may leadtorgravel catarrh of the bladder inflaramatibncausin stop page and sometimes requiring the drawing 01 the urine with instruments Or may run into Brighta Disease the most dangerousstngoof kidney trouble Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great discovery of the eminent kidney and bladder specialist is a positive remedy for such diseases Its reputation is worldwide and it Is so easy target at any drug store that no one need suffer any length of Umo for wont of it However if you prefer to first test Its wonderful merits monition The Rich mond CIMAX and write to Dr Kilmer Co Bm hamtonlf fqFajsainplej bottle wMlbook tolling all abontitJjotli Q1at 17 qymadh I- jjjjjjjITj u 1 Ceitflty Court Days Ct Paris Bourboncounty firatMondayi Richmond Madison county first Moa day 4 Lexington Fayette county second al5nday Stanford Lincoln county second Mon dayGeorgetown Scott county third Mon day Danvi1lc Boyle county third Monday Nicholasville Jessamine county third Monday Winchester Clark county fourth Monday Versailles r woodford county fourth Monday Dismarcks Iron Nerve Was the result of his splendid health Indomitable will and tremen dous energy are not found whore Stom ach Liver Kidneys and Bowels are out of order If you want these quali ties and tho success they bring use Dr Kings New Life Pills They develop every power of brain and body Only 25c at Perry Thomas Drug- Store 2 CORRESPONDENCE IRVINE Estlll County W M Snowtlen vas in Kicholasvillo and Uichmond last week Mrs Rose Wagers is visiting Mrs Claude Smith at Richmond Mr David Bergman was in Rich no id Monday and Tuesday on business Miss Amerine from near HiceJSta thou is visiting Miss Rico at this place Mrs S F Rock of Richmond is visiting Mrs S L Tudor at the hotel Miss Judith Tudor is at home from a visit to Miss Louise Vaughn at Hard wicks Creek r George VjlliamsIjs been in Clay county buying cattle He came home Thursday evening delighted with hia trip Burton Smith and his gun hind some trouble Wednesday and Burton got the worst of it He is now carrying his left arm in a sling Mary Jacobs gave a birthday dinner to some of her young friendsSaturdar The whole neighborhood was shaken with their merriment May all of Marys future days be as lively and charming as that Saturday The death of Mrs Grayhams father caused Mrs Graham and family to leave Irvine Sunday evening They would have started Saturday but Mr Gray haui was in Jackson buying logs and hid not return home until Sunday evening Friday when Willie and George Williams went to the dinner table they were agreeably surprised to find under their plates a beautiful gold watch for each of them The handsome presents were given them by their father W T B Williams Several weeks ago Hadio Wagers went to Arizona to try farming in the West He was greatly disappointed in the Arizonian country thinks it is en tirely too rough Thursday he returned to Irvine saying Mt Scratchum is good enough for me March thes ndBurton Smith celebrated his sixteenth birthday by giving a donkey party to his mans friends Tho occasion was quite jolly Charles Flynn came nearest retailing the donkey and was rewarded with a lovely basket of fruit Earl Soul took the booby Theft some palatable ices were brought forth whiah so refreshed the young people that they found it difficult to tear themselves away even when the clock was nearing a dozen We wish Burton manyjmppy returns THE MOUSTAISEEK iVE1VBY i Wheat looks well at present considering the cold snap J S Stapp this placo is building an addition to his store house Alford Williams a Mexican Veteran and a Confederate soldier is very sick at his home near Ruthton The farmers have not gathered all of their last years crop of corn Kisser Hobson should hear the fol lowing little story by Col Gordon Me Cab of the Duke of Wellington On one occasion the Duke then get ting far advanced in years and rather feeble was waiting to cross a street crowded with heavy vehicles A stal wart young roan approached with lifted haf tendered his services as escort and conducted the gallant old warrior in safety to the other1 side Then bowing extremely low lie said Your Grace this is the prod est mo ment of my life In years to come I shall tell my children and they shall tell their childrens children that I had the honor to serve the hero of Waterloo and the conqueror of Napo lean With a glance that showed Intense disguest the venerable hero he was the genuine articlereplied Young man dont make a l1n fool of yourself This with the profanity omit ted is what Hobson might say to the oscillatory dames and maids that he encounter Be Careful No woman can be too careful of her condition during the period be fore her little ones are born Neglect- or improper treatment then endan gers her life and that of the child It lies with her whether she shall suffer unnecessarily or whether the ordeal easyShesomething wrong MOTHERI FRIEND Is the one and the only preparation that is safe to use It is a liniment that penetrates from the outside 1erna1irng91wrong They are more than humbugstheyellcIangerIife Mothers Friend the muscles naturollyrcHcvcs the cause of nervousness and head risingbreastsshortens the pains and helps the patient to rapid recovery From a letter by a Shreveport La woman I have been using your wonderful remedy Mothers FrieriiU JfjustDnrcfeis ecll It oi 51 r bottJ- eTHg BRADflELD REGULATOR C ATLANTA OA E fasdior cur free tttnitrated Wok f elers2abyiaora y N ti UwOMEN Should know that the old rinse Remedy Is the best tor Female TroaL corrects all- IrregulnrltleslnFernaleorgan3 Should betaken for chugs of Life and before QIWBlnk Planters 014 Thee Remedies have stood the test for twenty years Made cab by New SpencerMedlctoc eo Chat tsnOOf Tennessee Perry Thomas druggists successors to W G White decSlyr AU druggists sell Dr 1Ilcs Nerve Plasters t CANDYCATHART1C JOe t25e 50c s S C 0 C S C S C C 4 frm o Ring out tho oH Ring In the new I Ring out tho false Ring in the true II We Jg to you the new and true from tho piney forests of Norway DR BELLSI PineTarHoney Natures most natural remedy improved by science to a Plcasant Permanent Positive Cure for coughs colds and all Inflamed surfaces of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes The sore weary coughworn Lungs are exhila rated i the microbebearing mucus is cut out i tho cause of that tickling is removed and the inflamed membranes are healed and soothed so that theta Is no inclination to cough f DRUGGISTSr GETITrNOM7hilfeledocabFor sale by Perry Thomas successors to W G White Charles E Douglas Geo D Simmons As good as it looks JARE OFTEN DECEITFUL and things that are showy many times prove to be worthless An article that is in daily use as a Cookhig Range is must be Substantial and Reliable Itshould be the best to be had THE w APPEARANCES DORN STEEL RANGE IS THE BE3T in Construction the Most Economical in the use of fuel and the Most Jerfcet and Satisfactory Operation that has yet been produced We have secured tho exclusive agency for this line ot Ranges and will be pleased to show them to you Sizes Styles and Prices to suit everybody The Cash Hardware House 4 DOUGLAS SIMMQNS Hardware Stoves Tinware Plows and Plow Gears Har rows Cultivators Everything in the Farming Line Blacksmith Suppli Smchl1y Doal Forgot Us flea in N4of Joi Work STnl W1NGTIMEUFB l Vulcan Chilled Plows And Bell CenterCut 18 DISC Harrows EJ Our store is stocked with every article found in afirstqiass Hardware Store such as Collars Hams Traces Backbauds etc 1I Nails Wire Stores Tinware Cutlery etc JJ J1LJEi nor is constantly in demand for guttering J12 roofing and repairing J IiWewillwtb Willi- UnderselL l Taylor Bros Mill t il a u it 6 ITRY IJIIALL DRUGGISTS 24- S S M iir111k jtfltUairv I1Iu I- ongTunE A f ROM 1JI 1 OURTEENTOIFTYHVE Z 90 PER SET I r Rockers c I m Chiffoniers = Side Boards Lamp StandsC fUmbrella Racks Frames Etc Etc Etc sfJ c Cheap Attractive j4cWE ARE filE OLD AND RELIABLE FIRM lilBIGGERSTAFF c DAY TELEPHONE 76 NIGHT TELEPHONE 67 0 s e Sse se ee esSo55O5s s sssosee 0000S S SS eSSI 0 IJI CASH STREI IPJ IeSe On and after January 1st 1899 our 3 terms will b- eSPOT C CASH 0 0 tIt We have attempted to run our business by co 1e9e lecting our accounts the first of each month- S 0but have been unable to collect them nil g promptly o are therefore compelled to sellefor CASH that we may pay cash for our goods 0I and will endeavor to make it to the interest of 8ethenice line of Staple and Fancy Groceries 0S Queonwaro and Glassware fee Give us a 0 eoOeelgQfQoods exchanged for country prod uceous oo eA 1 s 1 HIGGINS IfA S X ELLIS 11 1 WEST MAIN ST RICHMOND KY 0 00 I A dSS s S S S S SI 4 S S S S IS S S SS SS I IS eS e S S ea ss I I WHY SUFFER AGONYJ guaranteedto a t4 5Thei cured thousands and will euro you MR itS WILCOX rom tcnt merchant liLicianIIand chief of tho Chattanooga Fir Bcimrimuht Alter Y crsof suffering DONS 1ILE OtNTMKN T aysIcmmendeU to ire Thc use c f one box effect 1 a voluntarily give you ths statement hoping it vvjll be the means rutfcrsig iJliCHATTANOOGA TENN i BI iV- HVBCURESPILE J eilHlJto J I f 1