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Digital page images are linked to the text file. w i iri i TE TIlE RICHMOND CLIMAXprintshstlno l =hI iiIoIit I VOLUME 26 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 22 1899 NUMBER 25 oqkQ7e 17 JeIiolcd I r rHKIAlniNO WATCUE5A s s a f art ej a AU Work Guarantee 2ND STREET RICHMOND KY rr t Q 9 I For Rent J + ++ Choice of three good t- Pr office rooms over Doug d las Simmons hard ware store Main St Also very desirable c eijifhtroonv residence with modern conven is nces GRIGGSBY KUNCEY i EASTERN KENTUCKY REAL ESTATE AND COLLEC TION AGENCY R LEE DAVIS Manager Farm Mineral and Timber Lands bought and sold on commission Accounts in and out of the City taken for Collection JC9T Write or call on me for further Ilinficulars 01 FICB Room 9 Moberley Build- I Kirlimnnd Ky- PROFESSIONAL CARDS AT031T3TS R E ROBERTS ATTORNEYATLAW U1CIIMOND KENTUCKY Tee in Moberley Building u w MILLER ATTORNHYATLAVT RfHMOHn KKSTOCKT if in the Hurnam Building next door to a rs National Itauk febSly 8UIJJ VANJ A1TOKNKVATTA- WIIirilMOND KENTUCKY I vir Tuyliir Hanlwiirn M TC op I Icurt llonw mi Miiin Street II H0i i ITTOKXKY AT LAW K iiMoM KENTUCKY iIue No 13 First St up stairs 31 DJ L M C3IIKNAULT A T7O UN g Y A T hiliV- IIMNU KKNTUCKY lli on Swcdnil struet over Chen a 8 grlltiirv W R LETCHER AltoriieyatLaiot 1 IIMXI KENTUCKY uIi with T J Smith Jr over qaICllIl MitrliiJis T C Lowry AttornyaILaw Atiliorliv niiildn Richond Ky PETSIOIAJTS O its GIBSON G CBSON riiYJiciAfr tNt sonaEONR- IIIMONK KENTUCKY IJIIie in the Joe Cijini bmldiuR and M Sec- Ond Street va Wme old Jtue lnre 17 CHAS HOOK Jt f ETKltWA It Y SURGEON Graduate Ontario Veterinary College Veterinary DIn ttry and Sterility a Specialty iraOffice up stairs over store recently accu I pled by Richmond Harness Co East Main St Rklunond Ky apr7ly II C JASPER M D Medicine and Surgery Ofhce Pratbcr Building Main Street Telephone at residence the Cnrr place on JtroHdway RICHMOND KENTUCKY iEVANS1 M PHYSICIAN AND SDUQEON RICHMOND KENTUCKY DR T J TAYLOIL Practiliatxr in Medicine and Surgery 4RICHMOND KENTUCKY aOfflce and residence onSecond Street D3NTAL SrnGERY- nT Oeete tt tQnSQt VE1TZT 4 or LoUI8VlitiKT e S OlSen next door to Government Building RlHiwSud Ky Office hours 9 to 121 to inu i7ly v D FRED SMITH DENTIST zomee overCollins Grocery same office lair occupied by Dr W W Bunrtn JanlZly L Dr Louis II Landman No West Ninth Street Cincinnati Ohio win be at the Hotel Zlinmetf Richmond K y on WEDNESDAY NOV 8 1899 returning every second Wednesday atachmonth Reference every phydcian of Rich mond ICy febl6ljr S 12 WOltTli tK TKESEXTS For 50e worth of workTO ae giving away watches bicycles sewing ma chinos guns fee Ac to introduce Our paper PASTIME it highclass illustrate od family paper of from 1C to 32 largo pages 01 to 128 columns of Chloe Good Stories Literature Art Humor Letters of lYnvel in Forieun Lands c Ac And nil you have to do to get 12 worth of presents is to get 20 subscribers at lOc each Send lOc in stamps for full amIlourAddress TilE PASTIME Co Louis- vIlle Ky A WONDKItrUL DISCOVERY Npt only cures but keeps well Is sold by an organized company of re sponsible business men and Las en dorsement of thousands of Clergymen and noted people throughout the coun try We speak of that wonderful In strument Electropoise and ask your careful examination into the cures it has wrought Col A P Nunally of tho InterOcean Chicago writes early three years experience with Eloctropoiso only confirms the truth of your claims I say my friends that this instilment is a most wonderful in vention and I would not part with mine if I could get another Send address for our book gives letters from people who have been cured by Elee tropoiso ELECTROPOISE CO 513 Fourth Avenue Lovisville Ky v sept 2Myr Dr IL Goldstein The Optic Specialist of No 644 Fourth Avenue Louisville will be at the OIyndon Hotel Richmond WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 22 returning ono day each month Eyes exam med and glasses scientifically adjusted PURITY OFTONE combined with great range and power are some of the strong points of the Cono ver Schubert Kingsbury and Crescent Piano dng n IQ lrum n of very sold construction it is rficommendedto those who desire durability as well as a handsome ap pearance and fine finish We have several styes Some in Mahogony Rosewood etc Prices range from 22300 up Easy pay ments HARDING RIEHM H G KENT AGENT RICHMOND KY PRETTY FINGERS t HANDSOME RINGS The one deserves and should bo adorned with the other Our assortment of FINE DIAMONDS AND FANCY GEM RINGS- Will provcan interesting study Our prices for white perfect and brilliant gems are very low In Single Stone Diamonds and Three Stone Coiubiua lion lUngs we have somethiii especial ly attractive both in design and price F J YEAGER No 28 21 St Richmond Ky lepeIy I klad lo aanW 7 Tfnie of Trans ct Winchester Ky WEST BOJND- tt Sterling antI IexlngtonAccom 6 55 am Eastern Express for 730 am MoreheaU and Lexington Acconu S 00 pffl ewtorkL1mitedEFV4SOptnEASTBOUND Lexington and lloretoeacl Accom 9 IS am New Limited FFV Jl 68 am Lexington and lit Sterling Accom 6 30 pm Wa Express S 23 pro Accommodation trains sun dally except SUn day Other trains run Through sleepingand dining car senlce to New York leepeuescrvatloDScRichmond Ky orGEORGllV BARNEY D PAc OByi Lexington Ky DEMOCRATIC TICKET wsww ANNOUNCEMENT FOB COCSTY CLERE ARCIIEAVANAUGIIto the action of the Democratic Party RAYDUnNto the action of the Democratic Party Wo are authorized to announce D n TEVISa candidate for County Clerk subject to the action ot the Democratic party We are authorized to announce M M subjectWe aro authorized to announce JESSE subjecttoSUBBIFP FWAGERScountysubject to the action of the Democraticparty WBALIARDSheriff subject to the action of the Democratic are acthSrtzed to announce MARTIN GENTRY a candidate for Sheriff of Madisoncounty subject to the action of the Democraticparty DDnOAOIDUSDemocratic party FOB ASSESSOR 6LDRAMcounty subject to the action of the Demo cratic party LBARERcounty subject to the action of the Demo cratic party GEORatNOLANDcounty subject to the action of the Democratic party WDEATILERAGE heDemocraticWe are authorized to announce Blb btiNN of the Glade District a candidate fot Assessor subject to the action of the Democratic party POE JJULCIt jlitsuLACKEYcounty subject to the action 6 tie Democratic party OPcounty subject to the action 6f the Democratic party We are inlhoViien to announce JACK ROSS a candidate for Jailer of Madison county for theDemocraticWe are authorized to announce F J PER KINS a candidate for Jailor subject to the action of the Democratic party THE MUNICIPAL OWNERSHIP OF PUBLIC SERVICE INDUSTRISE lIon Gustav Tafel Mayor Cincinnati OI It is the duty of every city to provide for its citizens pure airpure water abundance of light and free highways all of which are absolutely necessary for the well being happiness and pros perity of those dwelling within its gates In order that these essential of life may be provided without stint as they should be and inasmuch as they must be supplied without a single ex ception to every member of the mu nicipality the task of supplying them should be undertaken and accomplish ed by the municipality itself and not intrusted to a private party or corpora liOn Should the municipal selfadminis tration of water supply be admitted the question then arises shall the self aduiiiiistnuion be extended to other public service industries which a1 though not of indispensable necessity to all citizens rro used by a large per centage of them such as gab and eke tic light street railway andeven tee phonesI first discuss the municipal ownership of the water supply as this is admittedly the must important and indispensable of public service Industries apolicy of liberal abundant sup ply of pure water to every citizen being dicated by public policy Statistics show Manual of American Water- Works that in 1896 there were no less than 3190 complete works in existence in this country 1 of which are owned by the municipalities which they supply while 1489 are owned by private companies 17 plants being of unknown ownership For the purpose ot comparing the cost to the private consumer ofpuUlic and private ownership I selected 30 works operated in the moro populus cities under coudi tions as nearly as possibl alike and denpite the drawbacks at present at tending the municipal management of works In large cities owing to the prevalence of the spoils system 1 found that the rate charged by them is less than that charged by the private com panics The average is as 2045 to 2555 annually per average household These comparisons as a matter ol course are hut approximate because of the great diversity existing in dif ferent cities in the methodbf obtain ing the necessary supply of water ow lug to the distancoof the points of de livery from the source of supply the ditl rendejit the price of coal etc As an illustration of the result of long public management of city water works those operated by the city of Cincinnati will servo a good exam pic they having been continuously operated by the municipality since their purchase in 1839 The rate 1 Word to DoctorsWe have tho regard for the medical profession Qar preparations antagonizinlay it as an established truth that internal remedies arc positively injurious to expectant mothers The distress duringtheJOOutbs leviated by external treatment by applying a liniment that softens and re Jaxe tho overstrained muscles We make and sell such a liniment com bining the ingredients in a manner hitherto uahaown and call it lothersEf1end Wo know that in thousands of cases it has proved more than a blessing Jo expectant In others It overcomes morn lug siifcness It relieves the sense of tightness lit adu1acI cease and danger from Swollen Hard and Rising Breasts is avoided Labor itself is painWemend it and wo know thas multitudes of women go to tho drug stores antI buy physicianshavejust a fair test T ere is no possU o cbance of injury icing the result be cause Mothers Priend is scientific- allycoinpounded It is sold ntt a bottle and should used during most of the period of gestation although great relief is experienced if used only a shoit time before Send for our il Justrattd book about Mothers F nemdi THE BRADFIELD REOAJLATqRCO ATLANTA OA fl charceil by the city of Cincinnati is one of thin very lowest in the country amounting to but S1250 a yeartoibp average householder anti of the 3lKl plmilrt in country there ate hut wo tlmt hnvo lower ilmrpir viz Hart fonl Conn with 00 nnd Akron Ohio with 1200 Nevertheless the inItbrell1liosMworks and putting them in their pres ent condition has been paid off from the receipts until there is but one mil lion dollars approximately still re maiuinir These figures apply up to and Includ hngtlie year 1830 and the good showing wns made despite the fact that a politi cal ring had for many years extrava gantly misused persons for political purposes Since that time however under different nnd moro prudent management the annual cost of oper ating the plant has been reduced from 07003100 to 174 253CC per annum sol that the present city officials will find it possible vith6ut Increasing the pres gnt rate of paying from the surplus earnings the interest and sinking fund charged on the indebtedness created by the building of the new six and one halfmilliondollar water works This clearly demonstrates that under reasonably good management even un municipalitycly and abundantly than under private manigement How much greater the advantage therefore could the spoils system now in vogue be displaced by civil tervfce competent men be retained- in positions capably filled and prefer ment be the reward of duty well and faithfully performed The municipal ownership of water works is therefore no longer an untried problem i its success has been clearly demonstrated in the past i the agitation for its adoption in thote cities which do not yet possess their own works argues its continued success in time futureThere is another feature of private ownership of public utilities on which I dpsire to touch Tho profits they make are frequently eo large as to make it of great importance to them to have their respective franchises asnearly as possible peren nialand whenever a renewal is about to be had tl en large corruption funds are brought into play which are used for influencing the public press and also directly in bribing time individuals ntrusted by a municipality with the conduct of its affairs It is therefore not altogether a rare occurrence to see two or three corporations hold undis puted sway in a community by Influenc- Ing elections of members of the legisla ture of councilmen and other officials with whom they have to deal If by self administration this bane Ilnl influence in our municipal life can be eliuiiuatedj the gain from the stand point of morality alone would be in calculableBefore recommending however the extension of public ownership from water works to street railways gas electric light ete I think it absolutely essential that the merit system be first introduced to prevent the manipulation ofthcse large enterprises by politic ians for selfish or political purposes In fact I think tit such an extension without the safeguard ot civil service would be a great menace to the community The discharge of great numbers of old employees and substitution of nowand untried oneswbich would ac company every change of adminitra tion would certainly result in demorali zation to this and in great financial loss In addition to this the enormous ncreivse in patronage would enable the political boss to more securely in treuch himself in power so that the difficulty of dislodging him already great would under such conditions be well nigh insuperable This danger would be entirely dis pelted by the application of tho merit system under which employees after laving beeif appointed regardless of politics and because of fitness for their respective positions cannot be did charged except by degree of a non partisan civil service commission for causeIn ordur that all this may be accom pushed it will be necessary that a great er measure of home rule be accorded our cities and that they be rendered secure against the continuous meddling of State Legislatures Tho absurd condition now prevailing wioroby members of the Legislature a great majority of whom are from coun try districts and unacquainted with the needs of municipal life should dictate the method of government of a city which they in no way represent is in every way repugnant to sound reason and in direct contravention of the spirit- If not the plain words of the various State constitQlions How often is Legis lative aid invoked and obtained by cor porations against the express desires of the people of some community and in the face of vigorous protest and how often do politicians carry out their ne farious schemes through this same agencyIn that public utilities may be safely managed by a community it is necessary that there be a distinct sep aration pf the executive and legislative departments of the city government and that the executive department to whose charge the rianagernent of the service industries should be intrusted have at its head one official who should be held responsible fonts proper ad ministration and should therefore be endowed with time necessary The socalled federal s powerlj ion most nearly meet with monte of this scheme of government Under it the mayor is at the head of the administration end on him rests the responsibility of its proper con duct He Is invested with the appoint ments of the heads of the departments of law public safety accounts and pub lie Improvements with power of re moval upon stating to council his reasons for EO doing The supervision of tho public service industries should then in my opinion be assrnelto the directorY of public in proveinents who should have the pow er to appoint superintendents of the various industries The employees un der the superintendents however should be appointed unde the nfcrit system and removable only for cause by nonpartisan civil service com mission y uclra ystem incnldi indeed pnl great power hue the liiwila or one of j ficial the mayor but the good or bad management of the affairs of the car ralion could then be brought to the ilnor of the proper person and the present unsatisfactory condition of dividing till n noiihlbMity between many officials would bo obviated Important questions affecting the management of the several industries would be considered by the mayor together with his cabinet consist ing of the heads of departments and disposed of as they arise In conclusion I would say that the administration of our cities which have been called the nerve centres of tho social industrial and political world represents the one problem of government that remains unsolved in our republic Its present condition with hilt few exceptions is a reproach to our civilization und our form of gov ernment As Prof Wilcox has said in his Study 01 City Government inlthoamongst us find it worth their whiles to turn aside from the pursuit of their business long enough to assist in bring lug ordinary business methods and common honesty into the administra don of our cities the consequences will be disastrous oIeaulc tr1lio s Are grand but Skin Eruption rob life ofjoy liucklentf Arnica Salvo cures them i also Old Running anti Fever Sores Ulcers Dolls Felons Corns Warts Cuts Bruises Burns Scalds Chapped Hands Chilblains Best Pile cure on earth Drives out Pains and Aches Only 25 cents a box Cure guaranteed Sold by Perry Thomas Druggist 2 Thelong heralded and much herald ed pyrotechnic star falling did not come off and the astronomers have the credit of deceiving many thousands of people and causing much loss of sleep to credulous persons No Kiglil to Ugliness The woman who is lovely in face form and temper will always have friends but one who would be attract e must keep her health If she is weak sickly and all run down clue will be nervous and irritable If she has constipation or kidney trouble her impure blood will cause pimples blotches skit 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 gives strong nerves bright eyes smooth velvety skin rich complexion It will make a goodlook hug charming woman of a tundown invalid Only 50 cents at Perry Thomas Drug Store 2 GOOD SHORTHORN SALE Cobb Lillard of Boyle county on Monday closed out their herd of Short horns and had one of the very best sales held anywhere this year Forty three head which included a number of calves sold for S6435 an average of not quite 150 a head sayslCough Cure It cave my wife immed iate relief in suffocating asthma fleasant to take Never fails to quick anl1tungIt has recently been decided by a New York City judge that Jim Cor bettis an actor and not a pugilist There will be no appeal from this judment The public reached the same conclusion sOmetime ago Dr II II linden Summit Ala8ays 1 think Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is a splendid medicine I prescribe it and uiy confidence in it grows with eon tinned use It digests what you eat and quickly cures dyspepsia and indi- gestIon Perry The combined vote of Jones and Mc Lean the opposition candicates in V0hio exceded that of Nash by over 50000 Yet the Administration feels that a great victory has been gained But HUpposo the opposition combines be tween now and next year and the same votes are cast against the Republicans will McKInley feel the same way about It when the votes are counted To Cure a Cold in line Day Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund the money if it sigIis a new religious sect in North IThere which makes it a rule to from head to foot and pnt on clean underclothing As cleanli ness is next to godliness they ought to get there and stay there as isam Jones puts it We know some who claim to have been regenerated who look like they never have taken a bath or changed their underwear Certain ly of such is not tho Kingdom of Heaven III wouldnt be without DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve for any considers tion writes Thomas B RbodesCenter fieldO Infallible for piles cutsburns and skin diseases Beware of counterfeits Perry Thomas Sales of wool last week broke the record the amount exceeding 25000 000 pounds This shows what the mills and factories are doing in the east The demand for domestic wools has not been better in many years which is gratify- Ing to the sheep raiser especially wizen prices are several notches higher than than they have been for several year The clip throughout the west was heavy and this season sales were made freely on the singe most sheepmen being fairly well satisfied with prices The enormous demand for worfl will encourage sheep raisers and give a strong im petusto to this growing industrj Diovers Journal PUTNAM FADELESS DYES DO NOT STAIN THE HANDS OR SPOT THE KETTLE Sold by C L Searcy Waco Ky Thomas AdamSjPanola Ky o25lm To climb a treoto catch a fish Is taking much and doing nothing They told me I was everything Us a tie I am not agueproof King Lear BayscryWvtts Witch Hazel Salvo cured her It it tho best salve in America It heals everything and ounce all skin di seneca Perry 1 Thomas I t MR HILLENMEYER WHITES ENTERTAINLY OF WEATHER CROPS RESULTS AND PROSPECTS The first snow of the season lost year fell on October 26 and only four times in the past twenty years lisa there been nnowf this month Alter September 22 of last year rain in largo volumes flirlJjbtul1acreage of wheat had been sown and from this early snowing came the ban ner crops After that date came the soil remained wet and uncongenial ami the later sowings resulted in yields varying from fair to very poor This year owing to the dry wetl cr of September little seeding was done then but October with its balmy air aud frequent showers was an ideal time for committing the golden grain to the earth Never withiu the writers memory was so large a porportion of the crop sown so early at the same time nor does he remember so perfect a t t and so much vigor of the individual plaut nor so many elements conducing to the reasonable expectation of lull harvest next year The dry hot and long summer has brought from the low strata of tne soil its valuable riches anti from thesesprinn this bright verdure and robust vigor that makes the new sown fields so pret ty just now While the lower depths of earth are yet quite dry there is abundant moisture near the surface nor does the best interest of this grain demand full saturation It was the ex cess of rain in leaching out of reach of the roots available fertility that made the growth ot the plant so puny and un satisfactory last year Water is much needed by many country people by the measure of rain that would fill the brooks and pools but would not add to the present luxuriance or well being of the wheat plant SjThe crop year of 1S98 was nota banner one to the farmer Not a single staple yielded largely and while prices have been satisfactory or are likely to be 80i he hardly so inach money to jingle as those following industrial pUiuuits But in turning from the past to the future from labors ended to those beginning he has much to stimulate the hope that this auspicious opening of another years effort is the promise of larger measures of reward- IMIOflTA1 To feeders Breeders and Shippers of livestock Competition open tq all Stales and markets The management of the Fiitsburg Central Stock Yards East Liberty Pennsylvania are offering the following premiums for the best load of cattle consisting of 12 or more head 125 the second best load of cattle 12 or more head 75j the third best load of cattle 12 or more head 50 The var ious competing cars of cattle are to be on exhibition and sale Monday November 27th 1899 The above premiums will be open to all breeders regardless of weight The contest will be decided by three disinterested judges of cattle selected at the discretion of the General Management of the Pittsburg Central Stock Yards On the above day wo will have here a number of butchers from the East who make a specialty 61 handling choice cattle at all times and especial Iy chice cattle for the Holiday trade There will also be large orders for the Export Holiday Trade Competitors need not fear of the market being oversupplied that their cattle will not sell for a strong price Yours truly SIMON ODONNEJL nov83t General Manager HOW MUCH TO FEED One must feed according to the sea sons The warmer the weather the less food and if the birds have a good range they may Hot require any assist ance at all There are some however who have their fowls in confinement and they inquire how lunch to feed There Is no ruleas individual fowls differ but one method is to give in the morn- Ing only about onehalf as much as may be supposed the birds require Then scatter millet seed about a teaspoonful in the leaves or litter so as to make the birds work by scattering This will keep them warm harden the flesh and promote the appetite At night give them all they will eat When each hen has had enough she will walk away from the food When the last lion has finished her meat remove the food that is leftover Next weigh the foodgive it to the hens mind when each hen has eaten all having left the food weigh that which remains You will then know just how much a dozen hens will eat at a meal The next morning give only onehalt as much as they ate soas to have them somewhat hungry and induce them to scratch This is the only way to know how much food to give Farm anti Fireside Extraordinary Offer Time CLIMAX and time Ohio Farmer weekly for 150 till January 1901 The best bargains ever offered in good reading This Ohio Farmer is clearly the leader of the agricultural press of America It is thefsraues paper practi cal reliable aud entertaining Twenty weekly with liberal illustrations and comple market reports from all the leading market centers No farmers home is complete without it You ought to know more about this great Agricultural paper It will pay you in and cents to read it a vear Subscribe at oncw and get tIm full benenlTof this great offer Sample copies of both papers free Dont wait Write us today tf MILES OF POSTAGE STAMPS C F Jenkins in the Scientific American says that during the year 1893 the United States Uureau of Printing and Engraving issued 2500000000 of the common red twocent stamps enough to go almost twice around the earth Stacked one upon another they would pile up 150 wiles beyond our at mosphere equal in weight to two of our btg locomotives and would inako a blanket to keep the frost off the city of Washington If these stamps worked In relays each taking the letter as far as allowed bjr the postal regulations the message would be carried beyond the most W knoto star f and at the fastest speed at the disposal of the postal authoritiesi would occupy millions of times the age of the Mirth ia traw it E fi TESTING BRIDES The following relatesa custom which would not be bad to follow in our own count y in this day and time when girls are taught so little of domestic artsIn Siberia there in a good custom that a bride on raining to her hus bands house hiss to give a dinner prepared with her own hands as a test of the education she has received If she succeeds in gratifying her guests it is taken as a proof not only of the young womans own excellence but also a recommendation of her whole family by whom she was instructed It is an egregious error to go to the exception iifstead of the rule 1 DHtKaJ The Leading Specialists of America 20 YEARS IN OHIO 250000 CURED K VIE CURE EMISSIONS Nothing cnn lo moro demoralizing to young or iniddieageti men than the srca ence of thee nightly Inner They iirotlaco weakness nerTonsnesB a feeling srmptomTheylifo and social hftppiDes No matter whether caused by evil habits in youth ourjewcuteynu i NO CURE NO PAY orhterI Exposure have disenseil You nd aro not tiafu tlll cured Our New Method E wilt euo yuo ourunu- orikU5OOOCJRE r4 Yoanfr Man Y 03 nro pale fecblo L and haggard nervous irritable and ex jcitable Yo become forsclful morore tttchc antI pimple sunken eyes WTi1kCt face ftoopinc rOvealrWE CURE WFdCOCELE i mayIBhl I willItheir normal condirtou and hence th i roxual organs receive proper nourish j4 mont Tho orpins vitalized nnnnlurxl draimi or latffs ccaso nnili ik tnnoly tower return No temporary I I asuredr1TION SKKSSAUY NO DETl i1 TIUX rllOM Lllmi 8IGUIDES GUARANTEED ftitVe heat nml cjio SVlHILIS lIIOnseYfit hitrlN a 1aioisnrE If oahe to call write a BLANK for J10ME m V5J T1IEAMINTKENETkEnwi I W 122 W FOURTH ST fe CSWCIHJJATJ o T v r dl SCR CALCWLLSN Now being over tlTE Uy1ahl shouldsettle down to business and forget our few political differences We do not be lieve in a paternal government and ask no special priv ileges or favors except that you favor us with an oportun ity to show you our well selected large stock of New Goods and demonstrate that we can give you much better for your money RMURN than any other house in the state Wall Paper from 4c on up to the finest goods made Win dow Shades lOc on up Picture Frames 20c on up We make a Mixed Paint for S110 per gallon in white black and all shades of colors the best on market at any price Stock of Window Glass the largest and prices right Call on B QI M1ll1tII1 tf JUH STREE- TRICHMOND KY Notice to Creditors All parties indebted to Thos E Gibson decd are requested to call and settle at once and all parties haying claims against said de ceased will fll the tame with the undersigned properly verified on or before January 11910 or same will be barred JAS V GIBSON Admr npYSlt FLORIDA GIBSONAdmrx MAGNETIC HEALING Originated by Prof S A Weltmer the most wonderful man of modern times Profs Wilson KennoQY Graduates of North Missouri School of MAGNETIC HEALING Moberlv Mo will be in RICHMOND on and after NovO J899 to practice this wonderful method ui curing ALL diseases with out the use oj drugs CURES under his method appear as caseThetaught and prJl lieetllJy Pror Weltmer is purely scientific Magnetic healina hues prauticed In all ages with mow or less success Every generation has had its healers many claiming this heivling power to be a special gilt PHOF WEITMERniK MOST WON DERFUL SCIENTIST OF TillS AGE hiss demonstrated that itls not A pnrticularPrlHealing in the forefront of all healing or curative powers Cy tho wonderful a treatment its cura lIve powersreach every krOp disease Those who are nmictcd Rheomlc tism Dyspepsia Liver and Stomach Conpiaint Diseases of the Kidneys Heart Disease Female Troubles of any kind Nervous Debility St Vitas Dan co Paralysis Asthma Consump tion Deafness Diseases of tIme Eyes etc Lost Vitality Canter Tumors and Goiters sunken Chest Magnetic Treatment will reach any diseaso if properly applied It is knowing how that gives relief and cures We believe Unit nnycnse of any diseiSe can he ctuedbvoartreatment So donotdis psfr but come and see us Consulta tIfl Free rcrinssS15 per treatment or7 per- weic at offico Outside of office special tebns OQico Hours 8 to 12g in 1 to 5 p ww II i1 jj J FURNITUREO i Rest SweetI and Peaceful I I have received large shipment of the handsomest couches ever brought to Rich and will have them on special sale for InextJew weeks at prices ranging from Iijthe to latternsi40 New fresh attractive designs TAKE A PEEP into my store and view the handsome line of desks a regular avu I lanche of beauty which are beingoltered I Ifat prices out of joint i1t Window Shades0 1 Among my lIar vostof furniture fancies there is- nolmemorecom plew than our j Everyjlglexamine the handsomest line of furniture to- tjjQ fbe found in Central Kentucky f iS NEVILLE MOBERLY1 220222 W Main Street rDA Y PHONE 23 RICHMOND Try NIGHT PHONE 23 x 1 flSZ 74 p Tie Sofa Itol tatal Co OF UEXIINGTOIM KY LA1f4 186000 PAID INLIVING BENEFITS 72 73400 RE SEE YE AMD SVRPL US JiIta torn of Lite lum We pay the same profits to the living that Insurance Companies Wpay to the estates of deceased I largest profits consistent with safety and conservatism I Every precaution for the protection of tho investor For iparticulars apply to c14 SVflTH BOWM2NSECRETARY LEXINGTON KY MRS A T MILLION Local Agent Richmond Ky 71 7f 7171 71 71 F W M RES AIRTIGHT HEATER IL is Is what you want in S i preference to all others Reasons g why you should get Jit and no other gives more heat andKgS uses less fuel more substantially built and like a hot 1air furnace It hits a large la iatil1 sur face which circu lates the air rapidly and heats the rooms nheaterfrom ashes as it is carried away by the patent ash Hue It has perfect regula tion and easy to op dg crate The design f v 9ofthestovoisp r of the outside faciJlr never burns off and is 4i bright all the year round For sale by V +DD RMKBF RD i MPAN 7w IMAIN STREET RICHMOND KY 47 I f 71 f I wJ s j T t JjlIk 1 j I 1 The Richmond Climax 4 n j c OnGNAuurmmProprietor A D 1IILLBR Ilualness Manager O E WOODS Editor WEDNESDAY NOV 22 1F9 rU HHin KDKVKKTWKDH BSD AT BT The Olimax Printing Co 5 MtMK IKU YKAIC flSO = THE LATEST Taylors plurality in 2232 in tJio Siiti all rvtiitus Iiuiiii counted u- nlts Vt4 to litte4u till fina Ilulietill in dotilit THE GwKgow N wc pertinently Knyh that iI tliont lidt In one of these I Fclfaiinoiiititd aiigflrf of purity in every county In Kentucky Goebels mnjiritj would Iwve IIHMI 100000 or more TilE Kentucky Hniist of Reform at 1 xington will bf formally upcuotl ou November 23 An invitation to be- present issued by Mr W P Walton one of the Board is acknowledged with thanks TIIH Louisville Post rejects Mr Car neaies 125000 gift for n public library on the grounds that it would be a con fession of mendicancy To boll with sueh editorial advice based on jealously and false pride TUB late campaign deadened more aspiring Congressional timber than any event in many years The man who failed to support the regular State ticket this fall stands as much show politically a Junebng in h with a jt paper shirt on Ix a fight for civil liberty in Ken lucky lion i J Bronston has shown patriotHisby a thankful people Pantagrapli No it will ra le forgotten and thats r not all It iIIllt he forgiven TIIH sudden ilxath of Hon Evan Sottlo Coiijircfifitiinn from the Ashland district cast a gloom over the entire Htato his speech Wits the best of the entire campaign hero and lie made an impression as to his abilities and per sonality that will never be forgotten by a grateful Democracy J 11 WBSTOVER President of the Kentucky Press Asscintion has ap- pointedr the following delegates to at tend the noxt annual meeting of the National Editorial Association which beheld in New Orleans in February J M Allen Cyuthiaiin J R Williams J Waraiw Harry Sommers Elizabeth t town Henry E Woolfolk Danville Charles Hart Morimnfleld Harry Tandy Padueali J W VeerlandLon isville C M Lewis Shelbyvillo and Itobort 15 Morningstar Bowling Green J TilE Trusts arc advancing prices all the time and arc consequently prosper lug They are nt like the merchant who mid one day that he had made ten thousand Inline tml when asked how r plkxl lly marking up my goods The menhunt might mark up his goods but the cuHiomers would still have the right to buy t Ifi vvhere mid leave the gooils on his IIIllw But not so with the Trusts When buy mark up their g ls the Ainurhi people must pay tliiir mlvinrjail piirft or jo witliiuit the artioltihi is tho puwur of monop IJ0 II in tin Valley View Ar gfiiit is a lit le too hitter we fear toward the bolting Democrats A majority of tleb men may lie credited with perfect Rinivrity in their action fir itiHUAHtionably their passions more tlmji tliuir intelligence were worked upon by disHppoinlcd leaders and or ganized npponmts of Democracy Let these wayward broihers be spared the hitter denuncitttion that we are wont to hoop upon those who forsake a aceIthe future Dciirocracy cannot win If mistakes have been matte it biiooes us to get together if we wish to wal loptbu common enemy mill not spend oir time fighting each other Time cam piign of 1KX i l fnt appmacliing We need orery vote Reniomber this Cd1Bro8rCo1 LKXINGTON KY Ke e beoom TVT Arc tho foundation stones of this business und our success rhjliMn the midst of one of the best posted und most critical commu nities in America is due e them uv Cvuva Sov Is radiant with the most- b 3Jiutif ul conceptions of the worlds leading facto Ties and we confidently invite your inspection The autuRvementsof Amer lean factories are simply m irvclous Very few pco pla can own u Millet a Bro VU a Turner but thanks to modern retail ing hundreds can own the beautiful creations veof fer this week CJHrowerLoJ MAIN AND BROADWAY LEXINGTON try IJPtl If 1 t Hows this The home county of the lending Brown orators Which presuma bly knew them best gave increased Democratic majorities Henderson county the home of John Young Drown give Goebel an increased majority Scott county the home of Hill Owens gave Goebel nearly 200 more than it save Bryan Washington cone ty where Roaring Bill Sweeney was reared and Marion the county of his adoption both rolled up imreased ma joritlex toe ioebel Kenton county the home of Theodore Ibllam and also of Goebel gave a majority of about 2 100 for ioebe and so on and so on down the line TilE only thing forjieople tr h nosy is tti jxtSKPsa thfir souls in peace and wiiit for the meeting of the State Uird There is no danger that the eminent gentlemen will do violence to their own consciences and to the Re publican party by doing anything that thchouldnot and it is fooliMi to Jet mad and make silly threats that scare no one and which are not made with the intention of carrying them out Meanwhile if any individual Republi can wants to fight he can we opine find Democrat to accommodate him so if they do mean business let them keep a close watch on their mouths Stanford Journal ALL mankind admires courage and manly qualities William Jennings Bryan of Nebraska is the personification of both McKinley possesses great cunning but has demonstrated that he possesses no convictions that we will adhere to He is the personification of doubledealing vacillation weakness and treachery and those who invested in lila election are able to realize on their investment only through the strong hand of Hanna who manages their man in the White House The race between Bryan and McKinley next year would be too onesided le be really interesting were it not for the fact that the money kings and Trusts arejgoing to spend upwards of 50000000 in an attempt to hold oii to thn reins of government VE are as are all the balance of OUr people hoping for a speedy termina thou of this revolution but it drags Its weary length crushing hearts and breaking up homes till the end seems as far off as when it first beganLett- o CLIMAX from wife of a soldier in the PhilippinesThis meaning of Imperialism which President McKinley denomina ted forcible annexation which would be criminal aggression Was McKinley a copperhead when he said that Was he disloyal to tne flag Was not he a Republican Was there ever an utterance so calculated to give courage to Aguinaldo and his people as that And yet he nowdenounces anti imperialists because they express opinions similar to those entertained by the President a short time ag- oPERSONAL Mrs J W Bales loft on Monday for Estill Mr and Mrs T E Arnold are in Lexington Miss Ann Freeman id at home from Louisville Mr Hurry Moffett of Lebanon was here last week Mrs W It Loyd id at home from Woodford county Miss Elizabeth Barrett is visiting friends in this city Mr It L Gentry of Lexington spent duuday with hill family Mr Allen Zariug spent several days in Lexington last week Mr John Arnold spei t Thursday in Winchester on burines- Afr nud Mrs Chas Barclay of Il linois arc visiting in Madison Miss Florence Hood is visiting Mrs Kate II Hush at Winchester Mrs T Clienault Willis has a guest Mrs Frank Miller oh Lexington The Century Club met with Mr C D Chenault on Friday evening Miss Janie Feland of Stanford visited Miss Leta Fuland Friday and Saturday Miss Minnie Dunn spent several days last week with Miss Bessie Tur ley Mcsdams J C and D r Chenault are in Cincinnati for a few days this weekMrs A P Mitchell of Jessamine visited her brother Dr Jasper last week Miss Addie Hunley hd as a visitor last week Miss Nettie Forester of Lex ington Miss Jeannette Powell of Jessa mine county is visiting relatives here this week The wife of4Rev F S Pollitt is critically ill at Horrodabnrg says the Democrat 17th Messrs Philip Gentry Wrn and Shelby Gentry left last week for San Francisco Mr James Archibald Bell of Shelby was the guest of Mr T Hood Little this week Mrs F B Jngper him returned to Lexington after a visit to her son Dr H C Jasper Mrs T Y Fisher left last week to visit her daughter Who is teaching at Tampa Fla- Friends of Dr Jasper are glad to Dote his recovery from a long siege of ma larialjever Mr C G Forbes writes to have his CLIMAX sent to Osborn Ohio care C L Geralangh- Mrs Eugenia HuTne and Mrs aucy Chenanlt were in Lexington last Thursday shopping Miss Bessie Turley is in Winchester visiting Miss Anna Swift Pendloton and Mrs Walker McKinney Dr R Goldstein optician Louisville will be here on November 27 at Hotel Glyndon for one day only Miss Iay Taylor of Ambrose Jessa mine cottoty spent Saturday and Sun day with holies Viola JHlllort- Messrs Ben Boggn R E Turley and G B Turley spent several in Gar rard county last w khuntitlg- MtChirltll H Breck Jr of Walla Walla Washington leaves today alter a short visit to his old home here Dr W Moss GIbson Jett Monday af ternoon for New York to take a post graduate course In medicine and sur gory lrsi Tevis Wilk rson of Lexlng ton was the truest last week oi her sis hers Mrs James Tevis and tbe Misses Russell Mr D M Terrill and daughters Misses Ula and Johnnie left Friday to attend the For Hunters Association at Estill Springs XIIns Annie WageroL Irvine whose beauty has gives h kfttewide prom inence was the gMftt of Mayor and Mrs Claude Saittk JMtW4I6k beidrMontMQIMr u i 2 k rest from lila long and faithful ser vices in the railroadbnsiness at Mont gomery Mrs Emma Walker Herr represent ing Jin Eastern newspaper nyndicafp is attending the National Fox Hunters Meeting at Esiill Springs In riper torial ability she has few equals In the Sate Messrs James W Smith and D Bates Shackelford according to the formers Htntetucnt killed birds rab hits ducks and chickens during their two dnys bunt last week down on Stony Run Mrs C F Burnam of Uirhmond visited Mr and Mrs James H Bur tiani last weekWhit Moody and laughter and Miss Lily Moody of Kingston visited relatives and friends here last week Paint Lick Enterprise A B Ely received a handsome pres Ant last week a box of cigars from Thompson Ramsey who is In Arkan sap and in the kindness of his heart passed them around to some of his numerous friends Paint lick Enter prise Mr John B Chennult and Miss Lida Burgess marry today at Maysvlllo and will take a bridal tour east Only Immediate relatives will be at tho ceremony from this place being the parents of the groom and Mr and Mrs Harvey ChenaultRev W Young was hero several days last week When asked how he liked his new home he said ho hardly knew as he had 1een there but little being engaged almost constantly during the recent campaign in the interest of Temperance Mrs A D Miller and little daughter Elizabeth and Miss Mary Gentry spent last Thursday in Lexington with Mr R L Gentry On their return home Miss Mary stopped off at Ford and was the guest of Mrs Leo T L Todd until Saturday Mr Richard Parker Gregory and Miss Belle Rayburn were to be marred this morning at 6 oclock at the home of the brides mother on the Summit The groom is an excellent young man while his bride is one of the loveliest young ladles in this community The best wishes of many Iriends go with them through life Mr Merritt Harbor is able to be at his coal office though his health is hardly good enough yet to run the risk of being out during this weather Mr Harher has for years been the earliest riser among our merchants and the most ceaseless in attending to his duties hut ho deserves a rest and should take it for prudence sake Miss Fannie Wallace of Paint Lick will not leave for Tampico Mexico to teach there as a result of her election to that position by the Southern Synod of the Associate Reformed Presbyter- Ian church held recently at Charlotte N C Miss Wallace is a niece of Ides srs H L and 0 T Wallace the latter recently Prohibition candidate for Governor of Kentucky and is the ef flcent correspondent of time CLIMAX A Lexington friend of Miss Eliza beth Barrett announces her engagement to Professor Fred S Minier The wedding has been deferred on account of the death of Prof Miiiiers father in Kansas Elsewhere appears a no tice of this sad event Miss Barrett is a sister of Mrs J Speed Smith and n daughter of the late Hon Wm F Barrett of Louisville one of Ken tuckys most successful lawyers The xroomtohe spent a year here as director of the Richmond Military Band Not only his superior musical talents but his exemplary conduct and gentle manly bearing attracted people to him and we learn of his approaching marriage confMent that while Kentucky surrenders alovely blossom from tier gar lIen of womanhood she wins the heart of a modest but most worthy and tal ented citizen of the great West rill Prandennial Club wet with Dr A Wilkes Smith on Friday evening last The Transvaal was discussed Gov McCreary leading the debate Rev Edgar CarpenterDr Wm Foster Jr and Mr R E Roberts signalized their entry into club membership by highly interesting talks on the The Transvaal Among the invited guests was Lieut Carlo B Brittain U S N who gave a lengthy and learned talk on the subject Dinner was served at 630 and it embraced all the delicacies of the season prepared and served as only Westover Terrace can do such honors Mrs Smith graced the dinner with tier presence and adiltd to the en joyment of that part of the evenings entertainment The entire house was opened to the guests the debate taking place in the circular parlorand continu ing until 11 oclock when theguests departed pronouncing this one of time swellest and most enjoyable of the many memorable meetings of the club RELIGIOUS Mt Zion church hiM selected Rev T Q Martin for their pastor for the ensuing year Rev Mr Faulkner hiss met with much encouragement in his meetings atnhe Second Presbyterian church He is fast winning an enviable position in the esteem of our citizens and deserves the best at their hands Rev Mr Creeof Louisville preached twine at the Baptist church on Sunday lie is possessed of extraordinary pulpit abilities and displays talents that would adorn ministers many years his senior He is a most promising young theologian of whom his church should hAnrnn1I Rev J L Wills has rented the farm of Mr JH Leonard two miles from town on the Mackvillo plkeand with his estimable fanvly will move there to live the first of LeccnmherHarrods- burg Democrat Rev Wills is conduct ing a protracted meeting at Speed well this county where he is wellknowu and highly respected Eleven ad ditions there already MARRIED IJzsLrLANTiiuA benutiful wed ding was that of Mr Samuel P Hisle and Miss Nora B Lautsruhmtebnecureil at high noon on limp liP h Iiistat Union City Christian church The church was beautifully decorated for the occas sion and before the appointed hour was tIlled to its utmost capacity The Wed ding march was rendered by Miss ballie Powell and tlie ceremony was pronounced by Rev T 0 Martin An elegant Wedding breakfast was served at iOfltUe 8t tile hospitable homo of Mr and Mrs Noble stepfather and mother of tlte bride After the cere the happy couple tool time 3 oclock train West r where thex wilt spend their honeymoon Tlte yonpiladlesjuwho is a BOM 61 Jrand Mrs Willis qualitiespanying this couple as tar M toUrnyi t i IActions ofthejust Smell Sweet The fragrance of life is vigor and strength neither of which can be found in a person whose blood is impure and whose every breath speaks of internal troubles Hoods Sarsaparilla purifies O tal esandenriches the blood gives a good appetite and makes the weak strong Run Down4 Hy husband Was run dvom in health arid all tired out Those excellent medicines Hoods PsandSarsa parOU wIt hon up again Mrs H L Tcrunda iaANever Disappoints Hoods Hill curs liver llll the nontrriUUni and onlr catbsrUo to take with Iloods Sanipanlu A Female Quartette Friday Night The CLIMAX has pleasure in announcing that the celebrated Meigs Sisters Quartette will give an exhibition Fri day night next November 24 at Masonic Temdle at 8 p m Reserved seats without extra charge at Stock ton Hagans Tho quartette is composed of the following Miss Harriett Meigs Jst Saprano Mrs Jennie MeigsDurham 2nd Sa pranoMiss Cqra Suters 1st Alto Miss Florence Meigs 2nd Alto Judge Elzie Million On Friday last Mr Elzie Million County Judgeelect received his com mission from the Governor and as soon as he can dispose of some private business will assume his duties as Judge probably inside of tvo weeks It is to the interest of all the people to have their affairs well administered and to that end we sincerely hope Judge Millions career will be entirely successful and satisfactory Wishing less we would be unworthy of citizenship The Palace Hotel We again take pleasure in calling the attention of our renders to the Palace Hotel Cincinnati It is headquarters for Kentuckians and is the best pat ronized hostelry in time Queen City Mr Maxwell the genial manager is one of time best hotel men we ever knew and his success in the business has been uiir pre edented When you are in Cincinnati be surand give the Palace a caR if you are not in time habit of stopping there You will find the fare first class and all the appointments of the very best Shall Cities Own its Water Works Gas and Electric Light Franchises New and old members of the council and citizens generally who have the welfare of their town at heart should rend the able and instructive article on our first page This was the address delivered recently by Mayor Tafel of Cincinnati before time Convention of American League ot Municipalities at Syracuse N Y The CLIMAX suggests a perusal of time Mayors timely article with the belief that it will beget new ideas of our rights and responsi bilities in the government and control of public service industries At Masonic Temple This Week On Friday night next November 24 the Meigs Sisters Quartet will appear at Masonic Temple Time repnta tation of the Meigs Sisters Quartet is national No lady quartet has ever been held in such high esteem by the music loving public and no lady quartet has ever justly received such flattering testimonials from every quar ter Tho quartet still retains the three most prominent voices with one new and exceptionally fine voice added We confidently affirm that our citizens will be delighted at again having the opportunity of hearing these Queens of Song Proposed b a Richmond Man The Grand Lodge Knights of Pythias at its late meeting at Henderson adopted the proposal of Past Grand Chancellor A C Green of this city to levy an assessment of CO cents per head for five years for an Orphaps Home There are over 6000 members in Ken tucky hence in five years a handsome fund of nearly 20000 will have been raised Committees to solicit funds also will swell the sum Then cities will be asked to make proposals for the location of the asylum If the scheme succeeds it will boa monument to the forethought of our citizen Mr Green who has held alt the important offices in the order An Explanation Messrs Woods Ferrill who sup plied the city with election returns two weeks ago were no more satisfied with the service than wore some of their patrons who complained of no real news Tills was literally true for nothing of much value was received The explanation doubtless is apparent to everybody now as it is now two weeks since the election and the result is as much in doubt as it was when time sun went down on Nov 7 Time truth is the returns were not to be had and the gentlemen make this voluntary ex planation in justice to themselves Next time they hope tIme majority will be so large as to leave no doubt about the result S Russells Comedians Russells Comedians which opened the season at the Wilson Opera House have tho greatest list of all star artists that have ever appeared in Owego Among some of the celebrated artists are the Patients Leonzo Fred Russell J Marcus Doyle Mazier Uonloy Mis Mildred Eddy FarenteHo and Pieco Berry and Hughes Three Zi llas brothers St Clair Siateas cake wakers and many others This is thejsaroe big company which has so often charmed and dazsed New York Chicago floe lun Piiiladelphia Ciiiciniiatf uR Frnnrfsco aid nil tIle big cites of tho United titates and Canada Owe o Bt ojrcl N Y At White di Bushs opera house tonight Sam Black Dead News lately reached hero that Sam uel Emerson Blank a native of this county had died of rapid consumption in New Mexico some time ago Deceas ed has relatives here He was a pupil at Central University in 18837 was a declaimer and flue student Later h6 took the LL D degree at the Wash tanghtiWtaconsiil during the boom thdre lohghsvingNeWMexico Ho secured ppsitioaIa the Weather teureu and eJpod hjta asflyayt co wsr w- a utJl f LJj t I 1M Sam Black was n bright Jinppy lieafl ed boy niidIad hflldOtibt8o- uid hat tno Innrk Iti tie wdri tdeek iJiediil atSJCehtfai TJniversSty liishoarest compaitqifbe Ipg JvO W Beckliark thepD1Qtlllic candidate fur Lteiilenonf year Time news of Mr Blacks death was received here from Mrsr Mabel Terrill BeKKa ot St Lewis who was in New Mexico about thin time of lila death V i Mr A H Merrill of Vanderbilt Universitys Faculty has accepted an invitation to deliver one of his humor ous and dramatic entertainments at the court house on Thursday evening November 23 He will recito uBip Van Winkle An Idyl of the CatsKills Of this selection let our Richmond renders observe this from the Chautauqua Assembly Herald Without scenerY or accessories he brought before the thousands assembled in the Amphithe atre the main fcatuics of BoucicauKs great romantic play giving each character its true individuality and in the case of dear old Rip himself suggesting by voice and manner Jeffersons great creation The scenes selected were Rips departure from the house when he is driven away by Gretchen the scenes on the mountains with Hendrick Hudsons men and the return to the village of Falling Water and his recognition by Meenie Eachscene was most clearly pictured so that the audience saw as it were in imagination all the story as it was unfolded before them by the single voice that they heard Mr Merrill is a former schoolmate while at Vanderbilt of Prof Win Foster Jr the distinguished Professor of Chemistry at Central University by whom ho is most cordially endorsed and recommended to the lecturegoing public Persons may attend Prof Merrills reading aud later attend the UD C reception at Mrs C ft Chen aults from 8 to 12 Obituary Abram John Minier ms born Fob ruarv 9 1830 in South Lansing Temp kins county N Y and died jn High land Kansas October 21 1890 being thus at the time of his death years 3 months and 15 days of age Tlie son of Rev Sylvester Minter of the Metho dist Eplscopnl church he was next to the youngest in a family of five consisting of three sisters and two brothers The only one of these surviving him is a sister in Danqy N Y His early life was spent in his native town Hit ed ucation was obtained in Newark Val hey Academy Inclining to a mercan tile life he began a business career in Ogdensburg then in Ivirkwood N Y While in Kirkwood he was married to ssSeptemberOl55A moved to time new but fast settling ter Highlnndinhis home ever since He opened the first store and became the first post master In the town TIme fatally made their home on their farm near High laud in 1872 where he resided until the his death Their children are as fol lows Almira Catherine who died in her 7th year Frederick Sylvester John Bayless Abram Merton amid Julia Etta These with time exception of the first together with his wife remain to mourn his loss lie united with the Presbyterian church July 12th 1863 Besides hold ing the office of postmaster Mr Minier had been for a time County Assessor and Trustee Possessed of fine musi cal abilities he was soon leader in that direction The old chapel choir was under his efficient leadership bis own villageliedispositiona devoted husband and father lie was quite a reader being well posted on all the events of the day To his friends ho was very loyal lie was con fined to the house for nearly eight weeks and during most of the time suffered acutely but bore it all with remarkable patience As he neared his end ho ex persoimaTsaviorcome Rev A B Jnwis STATE or Onto CITY LUCAS coUNTYaFrank J Cheney makes an oath that he is time senior partner of time firm of- F J CHENEY if Co doing business in the city of Toledo county and State paythmeach and every case of catarrh that can not be cured by the use of HALLS CATARRH CUBE FRANK JV CHENEY Sworn to before me and subscribed in rap presence this Cth day of Decem ber A D188C A AV GLEASON iNotary Public tSEAL wv J Halls Catarrh Cure is taken inter nally and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Send for testimonials free F J CiiEiiEY Co Toledo O Sold by druiwist 75c Halls Family Pills are time bestlm PUBLIC SALE 01 HOUSE fi LOT We will sell pnbliclywilhont reserve on the premises at 11 oclock a in on Saturday November 25 1899 the two story house and lot on the northwest corner of BStreet and Broadway in Richmond Kyniand known as Ranisey property The house has seven largo rooms balls porches ce- llarc and is In good repair There is a good cistern and oilier Improvements The is on one t best streets in Richmond and Is close to Cnldwell High School and rouven ient to Madison Female Institute For TUrther Information call on triA under rigiieImit Suite Bank Trust Co 011rlayR ETDILEYS- ecjr Richmond B Corporation CHEAP RATESON ACCOD- NTOPThanksgiving Day VI- ABIG FOUR ROUTE DIgFourstartIngFABEjroKTHC BOUND vamp Tickets will be suodf op return to and Including peceraber I I For fall information and particulars M1o- rMeelllllketJlhalta etc cal on AcemsBlir lIltrlw or theundeuais- e4w1x3 hINCU Vf LDl1- PsPassb4Agt A a tc4cIATL t C t WHEN IN A SHIRT Laundered by the Richmond Steam Laundry you mIl l o satisfied You will have a pleasant hot home feeling that is the invarible resultof their FINE LAUNDERING They are A No 1 in the business and never fail to please their patrons If you dont know it it is time that you did Send them a postal and they will call for your washa bles riRICHMOND STEAM LAUNDRY s PUBLIC RENTING OF 6ItASSLANDThe on Friday December 1 1899 at 3 oclock p m rent for the year 1900 to the highest bid der 280 Acres of Landsit uated at Duncannon and known as the John A Dun csn place The land is all in bluegrass well watered and will be rented in three par cels Terms made known on day of sale MRS SARAH M BLACK TOM FEBIULt Auct novSZ2w r DEn ANIMAL WANTED I will move free of charge carcasses of bathes anywhere in Madison county I will p2Jill cash 50c for i eve Jiel Ol Will pay 150 per carcass for dead cattle and I will move them at my own expense if S m BrDDmn la ORANGE ST RICHMOND KY ZTeicjthone care Hnrat Fowler nor84ir VIARUING T BijNT R Mrs Ellen V Gibson hereby notifies the public that she umnot tolerate hunters on her latin Any person caught on the premises with law a gun will prosecuted to the toll extent of the Nice 1tia For ale premisesSaturday November 25 1899 at 10 oclock a m the nice one story cottage on the West side of Laurel Street in lUchmond Kv The house repairhnic There is n cistern and other Improvements It is convenient to Cald welt High School Terms easy and made known on day applytoTrust Co R E1 TURLEY Beefy Richmond B t1 Corporation paOFFICE OF VALETINE H HOBSON A MM M D D D S RICHMOND KyN i8p99 To MY FRIENDS AND PATRONS lam trying to reduce my business to a cash basis and in order to do so I have decided to allow 25 per cent discount on all work ior cash when work is done If cash is not paid no discount will be al lowed Thanking you for past favors and soliciting continuance the same I am your obedient servant yH HOBSON DENTIST RICHMOND KENTUCKY j- fj B Our Prices Help You B TOECONOMYI- iii Make out values your standard rS you will find every day needs jil m at everyday D ffi ffll III rn SATISFACTION- Ij LJ rn Is our aim the goods behind 0 Lour promise is our living jj J raj mm m rn- f3 For anything and everything n if kept ma firstclass Furni EJ ture Store you will fi- ndjitat 1rn 1rn l W S OLDHAMS 8 B- w SUCCESSOR 18 UifiEKSTAFF 1 OLJIIAIIiffi m IE UNDEHTAIING J fi- 3 E1 LINE COMPLETE lID ffi j1DayPhone75 Night136 sQcOOO 0 eo i 2tec 0 Jo 1nIIJ 0 e r e aa r=Sa s i The Biggest- S g iT Brightest and 0 Se trtig e Best Display 0 Ii i J Dont fail to stop in andseewhat we have 0 s 0 Wash Fabrics Outing Flannels light and dark ground solid colors stripes and checks extra heavy fine iI quality at lOc per yd Good values c also at 5and Sic SIs I Eiderdown Cloaking Flannels good qual ity solid white pink and olive at 35 and 4na0s SKIRTSLadies Outing Underskirts a e 0S39 inches long 2k yds wide 25ceNet Fleeced Lined Skirts at same prjce Black Net Skirts 50c s KNIT UNDERWEAR lGood warm garments vests 19 25 and 0 50c Union Suits 25 50 and ODe s 0 E BLANKETS AND COMFORTS S o Just come and inspect them See the e a bargains in these winter coverings Prices extremely moderate A nice t upI 4 j I a SILK WAIST PATTERNS ei IPlain and fancy a variety of color and Q styles every piece new the very 00a lESt at the price Splendid values 0 0 1 s s RIBBONS So 0 Fine all silk ribbons in thnew coloru 4 I effects for neck and belt 25c por yd iI 0 1 3OelJlce as I Oe 3e y 0 Floor Oilcloth in different i 1115s tao widths and patterns I OV brOa 4 rVIg lOots qo a5 rIa Sa E Don t fail to ca IIne0 0 Yours Respectfully 0411 raSI OWEN MKEL ta tl w Os 1 ls aJ Itaea ss S S S SSS t c os 0S S SSISeSSSSS0GCOCOOOeO 0 11 cr THERES NOTHING LIKE ITINo nothing to equal our ULTRA Shoes for Ladies You get everlasting comfort when you pet our Ultra A perfect fit for the foot no pinclilnjr or cramping No matter how wide or narrow your foot may be We can fit you perfectly They are put up for wear and will outwear any common make They are a beautiful Shoe They not only please the eyeBeyonLgrandest Shoes on earth They are made in many dif siiapmiCome Pre are For Winter We must have good SHOES and BOOTS if we expect battle successfully with winter weather We have lfar the best line of SHOES and BOOTS to be foundr this section They wear better last longer and better than others Our prices are always low v never have dissatisfied customers OUR VALTl CONVINCEFREEMAN BROS o FIRST STREET RICHMOND KY o t 3c Sko Ito ascertain its condition you may find that a new one is necessary Pave the vay to home happiness by getting one of our 4J- Ii ffi STOVES OR RANGESrsi IrIFor heating or cooking we can se you k For parlor dining room or kitcnenwe haveIthe latest 1l HEATMAKING APPARATUS t FOneof the ACORN RADIATOR at our price bargain talk that vill make touwalk toward our store TAYLOR BROS tItt 1 t fi I r Ti fitiif 1 r JiL1N 1 iTh g 6 D1ciNO T THE PRICE YOU PAY 8 tri For Your Living Every Day But Its What You Get For Your Money S3 t1 You may be a millionaire you may own a palace fair honcytcuts J ho ice 4 r1tV ey et GRADEBOOTS C 6 offering tillS fall We guarantee to save each Jyou money on purchase Call find see us and be convinced that we carry the most complete line of Boots and ftfoulldill Richmond and at prices that will please youVi fg e RICE ARNOLD WALLACE SUCCESSORS RICE TO j g I The Richmond Climax YVliNESDAYNOV22 1899 Dr Hobson Dentist lip Van Winkle tomorrow night nele official majority in Clark was 4t J Hnsells Comedians at opera house tnight- Mfiir Sistes Quartet Masonic Temp Kiilay night K Nolaiid who shot Judge Jliarii WlS held in 600 hondo t S ad of grass land for rent by Mrs Sarah M Black on December 1 Tl Pantograph got its dates mixed iiiiii huM eek2d instead of 21st The new city council will be in iliictil into oillco tho first Tuesday niulit in December Klzie Million gave bond ns County JiiliriMlect iiis bondsmen being Edward Miliim K C llargis and Ztinia Cobb Tim Original Nashville Students ill Iat White ISushs Opera Jliiiir Thursday night utml University beat Washing iu1 Lees foot ball dub at Louis vWii Monday 16 to 2 It was a great iciry Sujit J W Vngers has received a cliirk to iay teachers for theXovember lni ami will pay next Saturday Nov 1inInT 25 Mr Arthur Todd took a ppecial it embalming at Louisville and prirtre1 to give satisfaction With w S tHdham fur liture anti under tIsi Tlie banks ifj Paris have fottlnd taxis with the city fur tiio present yir i iving an aggregate of nearly jN Thoy hoped fur the election of 1iIIUl mty council and then a iii fiiiiiiiwl hut paid in full when the liincratH won Viuchustor Deino a Russells Comedians at opera house tonight We have some special prices on vehicles for the noxt 30 days Also 1 McSherry wheat drill at a bargain tf HICIOINS Luxox Four hundred choice pure bred Plymouth Rock cockerels and pullets perdorenlheEggs 15 for 50 cents MRS II II COLYEII sopt2OtfRichmond Ky Millers Get Merry Mr Allen H Zaring attended the banquet of tile Central Kentucky ilill ors Association at Lexington lastThurs- day night This is an annual event and Mr Zarintr is always on hand Has Heard Them I heard the Meiga Sisters last sum mer at tho Lexington Chautauqua and was deligbtetl with their singing I consider it the best female quartet I have ever heard J D CLARK Named Him William Goebel Mr and Mrs Jame McCoy welcomed a twelvepound boy Wm Goebel to their homo Monday morning Jim is the happiest man on Laurol street and took a day oil Monday to entertain his distinguished visit- orsOVB1COAT Gouiiigton 8 Mitchell H A fJ lADIE8l1 nsss f 4 A 1w gOR Sr434Oai assortment of Ladies Jackets Furs leScripiQ1r each article but can safely say that we have a i Stock of WII = tAJthe LOWEST on high grade goods and Vnoother firm in the City can compete with us We are offering a select line 61 tofJaekets at following prices J2OO 2 24 300 4 49 6 74 8OO You will find in this lot a complete assortment f of colors modled lifter patterns of recent a f cut and made of materials that we can re 11JfJt You must see thesc before you have made Jup your mind to purchase a wrapV See our Tailormade Suits for Ladies if you t tiff think of buying as it will pay you fr LADIES GENTS AND CHILDRENS HOSiERY The values in this Department can not be Vresisted TRY US t GENTS FURNISHINGS AND SPECIALTY i LADIES DRESS GOODS r If in want of MLLLl rlDRY call and SCGUS 44- Pt r we can save you mauey s= f d zpeeEju11y SU7D1Z to Ca1 7rale EaYSELDER AGENT FOR MfCALL VATTERNS j turmoilflavebelowDepend I We have some special prices on 1MsherryIf HIGQIKS Luxov tjaSomein Richmond is at this office The person that can so identify it as to snt1 isfy the finder that ho is the owner of payingjEighteengood land two miles east of Ricumond an the Irvine pike For particulars call on or address BEV AT TamaLE IjanOO Richmond Ky New Wall Piper House in Richmond Thomashasot wall papers and have Mr W LLeeds a skilled artist to hang and decorate rooms tl suit all tastes and purses No trouble to show goods aug23tf Your Thanksgiving Turkey to be enjoyed must be eaten from a handsome table combining beauty and strength to bear its load of goodies We are prepared to urnlsli Table Sideboard and Chairs S NEVILLE MOBEKLEY Strayed or Stolen From my premises on Lancasjer avenue last county court a and lemonspotted female setter the property of Sam Ross A liberal re ward will be paid for return of same to the undersigned novl4t DAN M CHENAULT Leaves For Conway Mr and Mrs Jesse Dykes have moved to Conway Rockcastle county to run n store there Mr Dykes is a good manager and salesman and has a nice family who will be a great accession to the village We wish them success Major McDowell Dead Major Henry Clay McDowell one of the foremost citizens of the State died last Saturday near Lexington He married a granddaughter of Henry Chy1and leaves a wire and six children Mrs Belle McDowell of this city was a cousin Keep Your Turkeys Again we say to turkey raisers hold your turkeys If dealers cant give over cents let them buy buzzards and ship east Everything on eartlj that wo use has gone up in price except turkeys Hold your birds if you have to oat them yourself Strayed or Stolen From my premises on Tuesday night November 7 a white female setter with lemon spots on body awl hips speckled face and long tail Will pay S3 for return of same o under signed D B TEVIS Richmond Ky- navl5tf Rip Van Winkle Here The children as well as the grown people should see Rip Van Winkle impersonated by the giftedreador and declaimer Prof A H Merrill of Van derbilt University who will be here tomorrow Thursday night Admission children andstudents 25 cents others 50 cents Smallpox Scare Few persons heard of the alleged ease of small pox that was reported last week TIre rumor nrose over the find ingof a negro man in the court house yard with symptous of that disease but investigation cleared up the mystery and his subsequent death revealed the fact that it was another disease Tharp Recovering Claiborne Tharp who fell from the train at Muddy Creek some weeks ago is recovering It was a narrow escape from death as the young man first struck the bridge and then fell to the rock bottom of the creek 15 feet below Ho was at the Infirmary here and im proved FO as to be able to return to his home in Estill He Is a son of exJudge rliarpVMr StrcngGot There 0 K Mr Henry J Streng lately ol thus city was the only one who had no cp position in the election of officers of the Kentucky League of American Wheel men One hundred and ninetyfive votes were cast The result was as fol lows For Chief Coitenl ThosB Dew hurst Lexington 56 R F Pclonse Louisville 140 For Vice Consul H J StrengKich mond 136 y For Secretary and Treasurer Owen Lawson Louisville 190 For llepresentativeP E Allison Louisville 152 ChasE Dudley Paris 80f DrT 0 Jenkins Newport 83 SUITS cavingtwt iuu c 1f Gold Medal Spelling Match There will be a spelling contest at Elliott Institute KIrksville on Friday afternoon between the schools ofT H and G C Farris A gold medal been offered by the leading busl ness men of KirsVsville and a nice pro gram will be rendered The public is cordially invited to attend The Game Law Out The game law was out last Wednes Until the first of January it will be unlawful to kill partridges or have them in your possession The crop of birds will be short this year in comparison with last year we are in formed The severe winter of last season ia said to be responsible for the scarcity No Teacher Chosen The School Board was unablo at Its meeting last wecicTo choose a successor to the late Miss Alire Arnold The vote resulted in a tie 33 for Miss Viola Million and Miss Florida Gibson There were two other applicants but the contest narrowed down between Miss Million Jiud Gibson and is not yet settled David Freeman Dead Mason Mo Nov 1IDavid Free man a Mason county pipneer died this morning on his farm near Callao where he had lived sixty years He was born in Warren county Kentucky in I8li Seyeral years ago lie had his coffin built and personally superintend ed Its construction Then it was stored away to await the summons that has just come Are You Going lo Marry Squire D P Armer has receivedhis commission as Magistrate in the Itich mond district and has gotten out and polished up his famous marriage ceremony which united many happy lives in the holy bonds of wedlock when he was serving as Magistrate before Par ties who are in guest of his services call up 69 by telephone and we will have the Squire in readiness in three shakes of a sheeps tail 5 Reward Strayed from mj farm on the Maple Grove turnpike one mile from Million Station n red milch cow three years old with white spot in forehead and white spot on shoulder and hips brush of tall cut short dehorned in good condition and weighed about 900 pounds when last seen a week since Will give 5 reward to any person bringing said cow to my premises GUEEX LOWBKV Moborley Ky OVERCOATS Covington Mitchell City Ordinance At an adjourned meeting of the City- CounselVhield November 1C 1899 The following ordinance was passed lie it ordained ly the City Counsel 6f Ridhmond Ky 1st That the health officer receive for his services one hundred 100QQ dollars per annum 2nd That the clerk of the Police Court receive one 100 dollar per an num for his services 3rd All ordinances in conflict with the foregoing arohereby repealed CJ AUDE SMITH Mayor Jt A BAitLOwi City Clerk Preachers Wanted From the Argent it appears that there is a good field at Valley View for preachers not because the harvest is particularly ripe but the laborers are unusually scarce Brother Sowers says It is reported here that Ilev J W Prather will preach here next Sunday morning at 11 oclock a m There has not been any preaching at this place for nearly three months and a good sermon would be beneficial Ii Is a shame for a town this size not to have preaching every Sunday We welcome yon Brother Prather or any other minister who comes among us Donation Day Tuesday November 28 is Donation Day at the Infirmary and to It is called the attention of our good people to the fact that they can render the Institution a great service at a very small cost to themselves if only every one will bring some gift however small on that day Think what it would mean to tho support fund if every child brought even pne egg or one potato Anything tLat you can use In your own borne is needed there Bo dont hesitate to bring anything you may bo able to spare from your own stores The need especially 1st Groceries of all klnds coal kindling coat ojl salt dried preserved or canned fruits and vegetables table cloths napkins tray cloths sheets for single beds pillowcases towels and dIshM A committee will be on hand to vrelcdMe you and receive yQurKlitstfrofn 0 a ni toO pm jlultttr NUfinber X ALYWrPz4I- It SUITS Covington Mitchell Caught a Wild Cat Judge John C Chenault nail Mr A D Miller while out bird hunting in the free Slate of Estill last week captured a wildcat which they boxed up and exhibited in the CLIMAX office The animal though a young one is much larger than the ordinary house cat but exactly like it In appearance though so vicious that spectators keep at a dis tance from the teeth and claws of the ferocious animal The capture of the wild cat was considered as notable as the 75 partridges that Messrs Chenault and Miller pulled down with their Parkers Easy go Take Ecrjv t OperateBecause purely vecetableyet thor ough prompt healthful satisfactory Hoot s Pills Sonic follows raise whiskers because they cant raise the prisn of a shave Used by British Soldiers In Africa Capt C G DennISon is well known all over Africa as commander ot the forces that captured the famous rebel Galisho date of November 4 ISS 7 from Vrvburc Bechuanaland he writes Before starting on the last campaign I bought a quantity of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Djarrhoea Remedy which I used mvself when with bowel complaint and hind given to my men and In every case it proved most beneficial For sale by Perry Thomas novllra You cant blame a half staved actor If lila work is bad A poor liver always refuses to act well If you are suffering from drowsiness in the dry time irritability of temper sleepless nights general debility head ache and general want of tone of the system use Horbinc You will got relief and finally a cure Price 50 cents Perry Thomas novllm When a housekeeper gets ready for winter she wishes thin weather would quit fooling and begin Bad Blood Cure Free Eating Sores Tumors Ulcers Can cer of the Nose Eye Lip Er Neck Breast Stomach Legs or Arms are all curable by B B B Botanic Blood Balm which Is made especially to cure all terrible Blood Diseases Persistent Sores Blood and Skin Blem ishes Snofula that resist other treatments are quickly cured by B B IJ ErnptionsPimplesBlisters Red orBrown Patches Blotches Catarrh Rheumatism etc are all due to bad blood and hence easily cured by B B B Syphilitic Blood Poison literally driven from this system by B B B Botanic Blood in one to five months B B B does not contain vegetable or mineral poison One bot b3druegistsSI six for So Send for a free sample bottle which will bo sent by return mail Whenyou write describe syrap toms and personal free medical advice will be given Address Blood Balm Co 438 Mitihell street Atlanta Ga july26lyr If wn love our neighbors as we love ourselves they would be more conceited than we are Impurebloodmatter Take Hoods Sarsaparilla at once and avoid the ill Be sure your friends will find you out and so will your wife goingdownwhen the wagon is heavily loaded But applyingthehill If he did his sensible horses would probably balk Many a man is uphillWhen his stomach is out of order and the allied organs of digestion and nu trltlon impaired in their functions a friction is set up which to be overcome In addition to the performance of daily duties Afoul makes a foggy brain and the man with a disordered stomach line often to his way through the days business hike A man nppointmen18Problel1l8 end to This condition is en tlrely remedied by the use of Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery Jt puts tlue stomach and digestive and nutritive system into a condition of perfect health anti gives a dear brain a steady hand and a light step for the days duties When constipatioii elog the channels of the body Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets will work an effectual cure of that disastrous disease A traveler says the aveargo train boy is a banana skin It will not be a taany who quulitieJroftokubW that people everywhere tnko oxperieliIn e and in telling of the benefit have received from It of bad caldsit has cured of threatened attacksof pneu cbitilrenand iVbooplnr cotiRlii Itie nsralid oed tnsdclsie Yor sale by Perry ThG1oYlliil INUUMtNTS ITRAORDINARY AT THE Busy Bee 0 Cash Store yc lses 5OT emO The appended items are intended only to show how reasonable are our prices and how great are the inducements offered to early fall purehasersalso as a drawing card for the purpose of giving yu some idea of the magnitude of our fall stock The beauty of our EuglandGermanyNever before have the good people of Madison and adjoining counties had such an showingShelvesandgroaning under the weight of the enormous stacks of goods that are piled upon them Not a single item in this great store in this enormous stock of goods nor in this great syndicate of three the largest stores in Central Kentucky will be shown to a custo mers this fall that is not in itself a GENUINE BARGAIN DRESS GOODS We are very fastidious about our Dress Materials they must be of the most exclusive kinds in the costly weaves while the lower priced fabrics reflect true elegance which is the harmony of good taste We are offering a lino ot bcautilul all wool mixtures double width and pret ty and stylish for lOc per yd worth 39 Wo are showing the handsomest line of CrolXDB in the market this season Prices from 29c per yd up the fine imported weaves that go out freely at 248 per yd We are showing a complete line of Venetians Broadcloths and all weaves adapted to tailormade suitings Our prices quoted on these lines will be much lower than you can expect them to be Our extraordinary line of plaids will- enable you to make a quick selection and get the latest bargains out BOOTS AND SHOES The enormous stock of Boots and Shoes that crowd our shelves and ledges has forced us to use our knife in this department and wo have cut to thin heart in every Hue We never had a more complete stock of Children School Shoes Ladies Fine Shoes Ladies Work Shoes Mens Fine Shoes M ns and Boys Boots nail everything to be found In a firstclass shoe store and prices we are naming on them arc mov fag out ip Bags Carts and Wag ons Dont wait to get your shoes come now We are agents for tho Regina Shoe it 4s made on nil the new style lasts and it Is the best S300 shoe for ladies in the market Ask to see a pair of our Regina Shoes CLOAKS AND WRAPS We have one entire room in our great store devoted to our Cloak and Wrap Department All the Eastern and one of men and women suffer from with female have this suffering contend with In to their other Tsblers Buckeye Pile will effect a curl Price K cents in tubes 75cts Perry Thomas No matter how a man feels of a cleverness ho likes to feel that she considers him oyen more clever than she is herself Infant Is something fright CuI Nearly dieberoro they reach one year they are nd onehalf before they are fifteen The UMJ of Whites Cream would save a major ity of these pricious lives Price 25c Perry Thomas novllm Near Mrs W Stokes aged CO was by a train while her blind husband across the Constipation means the of matter that bft dis charged and unless is done the foul js and the system to bring about regularity of the bowels Price SOc Perry f I Western Cities have been culled by our buyers and not a stone has been left to nrake this the Banner De partment of our store All tIm new J aCketsjcbody You can buy a handsome Silk Lined Jacket Capo from us at the same price a cheap one would cost elsewhere Dont fail to visitpnrCloakI Department look tbrou new things whether you want to buy or not Polite and salesladies will wait on you All Domestic are being wrapped up with the margin of profit entirely lost sight of You can save money on each and every item pur chased in this Department Good Call coes that make nice comforts and dresses are 3c per yd All best brands Indigoes and Simpson prints at lower prices than anybody else sells them Good Canton Flannel 5c Good Quality Cloth in light and dark shades 5cIAn elegant Flannelettes for wrappers and homo ydGood 5c better nc per yd Red Flannel heavy twilled loc per IYd are selling splendid Mottled yd in gray red and blue at 8Jo Good Jeans lOc per yd Good Bed 5c per yd Best ydBest Apron Gingham 5c per yd Nice Dress Gingham 5c per yd Bettor grades 7J and 8c por yd Our Bleach and Brown Cottons arc being wrapped up at very low prices in order make room Bring your wagons and load them up they wont be low again this season extend a cordial Great market east affords prices reach everyone Bring wagons will many goods leave the prices buggy hold them WeDOLDIIAM COMPANY GEORGETOWN Thousands especially women weakness to addition Ointment quickly siovllm mortality onequarter onethird before fivoJ Vermifuge Paducah F leading track accumulation waste should matter absorbed noisons Herbine unturned or salesmen Goods only Outing Percales Ticking to as If you have sore throat soreness across back or side or your lungs feel sore or tenderer you are threatened with diphtheria or pneumrinia apply Ballards Snow Liniment extor nally and uso Cousssns Honey of Perry Thomas novllm Its only a waste of time to call nj liar a Pain Balm Cures thcrs Why Sot You has been using Chamber Bairn with good rosultsfor a lame shoulder that has pained her continually for nine years We have tried all kinds of medicines and doctors without receiving any benefit from of them One day we saw an adver tisement of this medicine and thought of trying it which we did with the best of satisfaction hiss used only one and shoulder is almost welt Adolph L Manchester N H For by Perry Thomas Jra Hope is a tonic that stimulates am burns cuts lacerations or injuries of any description Ballards SHOW Liniment is u sovereign remedy promptlyties frequently surprise Price 25 and SOc Perry Thomas 1m I OUR CLOTHING Department is the talk of the outiro county AVe are selling good suits for men at 248 good heavy Casei mere Pants 75c a pair Our line of Childrens Knee Pant Suits is very complete We are showing all the new things in favor this season Our Mens Boys and Youths Overcoats are piled mountain high on our coun bargaInYouills line that we dont handle from the pricesbefore We are showing an Elegant Line of Carpets Linoleums Oilcloths IUBB c in our Carpet Department These goods are new fall importations no old carried over goods Our prices in this competitionWbileto see our Oilshades and Lace Cur I tains we have n choice selection for fall season We have the host selected line of Ladies Childrens and Mens Under wear that will bo shown you this sea son Our Ladies Union Suits at 25c each are worth Soc Childrens Vests upLndiesJens Extra Heavy Ribbed Vests and Pants 25c each We are agents for The American Lady Corset The best feeling and roost corset used Evei Y Cor set warranted ValisesHatsUnderskirts Ladies Dress Skirts e we will save you money and show you best in the city We to and all invitation to visit this Bargain Mart The both and west to be had here at within the of your as you buy so when you low we are naming that your wont RICHMOND MT STERLING AND piles paius proud womans timely killed dally this Use lhomCll1ollm the Tar liar- Uhainberlahiis rywife She bottle her MilieU eale bition For bruises cicate Mens this stylish the line Tetter SaltRheum and Eczema The intense itching and smarting inch allayedbySkin Ointment Many v5ry bad ases have been permanently cured it It is equally telling piles and a favorite remedy for sore nipples chapped hands chilblains frost bites md chronic sore eyes 25 eta per box Dr CadjB Condition Ponder are just what a horse needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge They are not food but medicine and the best in use to put a horso in prime condition Price 25 sente per package A Bucyrus 0 factory is working on twelve streetcars for HonoluluV The Loss ol Gold Is Great The loss of health is more5 Health in lost by neglecting to keep the blood pure but it is regained by purifying enriching and vitalizing the blood with the great health restorer Hoods Sar saparillu Thousands who thought health beeripermanently lost have heenmado perfectly well taking this great medicine Your experience may be tho same Hoods Pills are gentle yet always et fecctive TO BE HAPPY hV 1 Is to be free from colds and damp fee g lie only y preycntative is weniv pair of tile BuseD r lockerrj q itee OOOOOOO 41 Vf1OW Im in flVthoorDn1 L1 i r What Would You Give To he cured of catarrh JliU or your friends have this dieenee yin know how disagreeable it is Its symptious arc inflamed eyeutlinbiiua ihtemples ringing noises in the ears headaches capricious appetite ana constant discharge of mucus Fortun atoly its cure is not a question of WhatIyou will Jive but what you will Ink If you will take Hoods Snrsnparillv the great constitutional romcdv wlikh thoroughly purifies enriches antI vital Ji izes the blood you may expect to I1 completely and permanently lur1 The good Sarsa rilla makes reaching the doligate passages of the mucous monibruiiifM u it lieS and rolmilds tho tIssues and ulmnaiilw cures all symptions of catarrh lui Tames Jfegibbben the Cynlliiana lis pI tiller was acquitted last week of ismng 4 duplicate warehouse receipts An Important Differcnc1 To make it apparent to thousands who think themselves ill that try aleVnot lieted with any disease lou t Hint the system simply needs cleaniujr is to bring comfort home to their hearts liS a costive condition is easily uund byVusins Syrup of Figs Manufactured by thin California Fig Syrup Co only and sold by all druggists o We are the authorized agents for these TWOVifF1ltlOTEesbacked by the Manufactory any other 0 9its are fraudulent and backed by nothing DOUGLAS BRIGHT CO Iifg rurDI VJ I Ii 7 I 2 II r I r 4 1II f 1 rr fl n r f 0 ii f jJit I PodeG laidl I will pay the highest mar ket price for produce of every description Call at L T Wilsons store near L N R IL and geL my prices before going ylsewherc I A L QOTT oct184v iiG ttfJO II FOR WEAK MEN l TIll rrcivt Frciuh Remrilytswhln ttff ronoi of every Am Iran It rrtu owl nnirty ICH fe Perfect U tho rItc33dii r o cf rCCtfiErO yom men I mil rtJIIln lhtIrlt nlllrh nnd ChI JJen vfll itcover thrlr juothfnl vicar It fits oro for bualnoss Ftni v f r rirriwr REGENEiO ii tho creatfst Hcrrfns rc3 In this rotmlnr cbocarr1e4trPtioeCt Uyinaltl3- i porbxnr Ix Un rcn1 hrrn Mtkxct1onntect L1rOUbn cr1I free Address tlio American oCico ot I pCR1UXLELL iO J MWPt- ar sale by Perry Thoma sept13 lv i Zrjt1 tc ZiI PJ 429L 0nI C IJ1oo t 1co 0 t 11d I gt2 1 I tI tItltI c h 0 g 2 I ItuuuuuuooCo t t 0ri o ototoEq I IIIItR CAUDWELL ISVR INCIGESTONB1 iILLINmttENTRL SHORT LINE TO New Orleans Rest Line to ARKANSAS TEXAS AND CALIFORNIA MEXICO Pullman Tourist Sleeping Oar leaves Louis- dUe every and runs through to SIR Fr dco Ac your ticket nuent for particulars or write to ItPter Trailing Passenger Agent Louisville Ky ire IlMiinlng ChaIr Oars Louisville to Memphis nn New Orleans A H HANSON WIt KELLOND O A ChictHtn A O P A Lontnvllle rrankror in nu i R lIai tin Bacct December 5 1838 DAILY BXOBPr SUNDAY p in ara pm pm 2 63 Lve Itlchmond Ar HI 720 2 W 7 W Wineliester 42 126 S IS Mavnville 830 40 934 1lIr s 841 610 617 38 leorsetown 750 128 7 33 Ar Prunkfoit live 7 3 40 Ask for tickets via ParisJNEWTON G PA EASIER TITAN EVER The present schedule of Illinois Central Rail roai III ad lltkin to shortening the time to i MempUis ant New Orleans has made it Easier Than Brer tn reach all point in Arkansas Togas Mexico Arizona and CaliFornia The 1II1o traIn service with which the Illinois Central Memphis and Now Orleans Vestibuled Limited is equipped mike it Easier Than Brer to take a trip to the above mentioned territory The lItro11ls the only line which runs Free RoelluiuK Chair Cars tind Vestibuiled trains from Hjlsvllle to tho South also a weekly Pullman Tomtit Car for California Lye Loai vilte every Thursday9 25pm Arr MoniplztaYriday8 18am Arr New Orleans Friday 7 4Spra Lee NeVOrleans1rlday8 JOpm Arr Houston Saturday 8 4Sam Arr SliD Antonio Saturday 45pm Arr Mpaso Sunday 3 45p Arr Ixw Angles Mon4y 92pm ACT San Franotseo Tuasuay 5 15pm Tin u Tnw Vntcr Rntt U Cafifunii Parties desiring to m ike a comfortable trip to the territory mentioned will do well to com Innlate with It II Fowler Traveling Passen gor ARtiit Lotiinvillc Ky WM ALPOUD KHLWNn A O P A U HANSON a P A Lonlsville Ky Chicago III decMly 135E- CONOMIST RANGES I U lJrQ J Hoofing Guttering arid Gene dl Job Work LAUDE IITHOI County Court Days Paris Bourbon county first 1iulimond Madison comity OrstMon lay IjOxIngton county second Stanford Linuohi county second ruu- day ieuivetoMit Scott county third Mon day Psnvfllc Boylo onnty third Monday Nicliolusvillo Jessamine county thini- MOfl114y VfnoIie6ter Clark county fourth y Vurwillles fourth ACTS GENTLY ON THE KIDNEYS LIVER AND BOWELS pjs5ES THE 5VSTEM FECJUALLfQJGOLDS OVERCOMES 4TUAL CoN5TTbONPERMANENTLY ITS BtiEfFEcTS Buy THt GENVIHEfiAHTD b- YcAiIFNIA ff RVP p l iN r trot 6u eTa CRutJTi rent Mi fu tomt Jan5ly Our Goods AIXD+ Our prices Compel you to trade with us when you us a trial i1B- Jj ffi Iilifd D tIkO1DB mnJ1lllijj The cannot be deceived by catchy phrases nor bombastic claims All we have to say is we buy in the best markets of the select the latest goods and when you buy you know you have the uptodate goods Is that what you want If so trade with Wnit AND GiDSOn TOT A23 A DEMOPAT aiulof coursewant a Democratic news paper The Chicago Dispatch is the Jreatest Democratic Weekly Newspaper of the Country It advocates the reiiiloption of the platform and the re nniniiiatiou of William Jennings Bryan Ti ere has never bets a political cam pain that will equal in importance that of the one to be fought next year The Republican part backed by tile money power of this country and Europe is alert and aggressive Flushed with the victory of three years ago it will seek hy every means in its power to maintain its supremacy Democrats must be up and doing They must wage nn unceasing war up on their enemies In no better and more way can this be done than by the circulation of good sound Democrat ic uewpnper8 The publisher of The Chicago Dispatch will send a a copy of The Chicago Dispatch from now untill January 1 1901 for 50 cents If you are not already tak ing this grAat political weokly send in ten cents at once You should not only do this yourself but YOU should induce nil vour friends to join with you Bya little effect you cau easily raise a club of ten or twenty subscribers The Chicago Dispatch is indorsed by William Jennings Bryan and other Democratic leaders Address THE CHICAGO DISPATCH 120 and 122 Firth Avenue ot4tf Illinos +++ + CALL AT + + + + lf1 SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN r tIlrh 4 Monday Fayctte Monday Monday woodfoijconnty Monday give ladies world latest effective Jhhago Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found in the city are dispensed by upto late and accommo dating clerks Genuine Saratoga Water Kept pa Tap ssssss Phone 3 Second St RrcrnroFD KY EQUAL TO ANY EMERGENCY The man is who lisa a good sound reliable carriage under him He cnn rest swure in the thought that when he lias one of our well made reliable phaetons cnrrialZtlIrullabouts whale 11K or road carts that what may on the road his wagon comeI will uivo way Wo have one o finest ptoeUs of road wagons rockn and rubbertireI buscies in ftich moiid MMfNIM LSeN PrrKentucky Carriage Works WASHINGTON LETTER Although President McKinley and his leading ppokesman point to the re ult In Ohio as nn unquestionable endorsement of the administration the facts will not bear out this claim The majority of the voters ot Ohio refused to vote for the endorsement of the lead lug polifus of the Republican party in a campaign fought exclusively ayiiiiSl thorn In the total vote of the State Nash stands first with 485000 This Is not a majority of all McLean received 3OO and Join 100000 Together they pilled fiO000 more than the nilmhiist ration t inlilalp The 11 lIid tug endorsement therefore conies from a tiiinotity of tilts pioplo ol his Staut There cun bo no doubt as to where the voters wore placed III this cam paign The 5liIxan plot form declared Wo are ruliially uuil unalterably opposed to iiiiperialisin Wo clemaud that theCubans sin the Filipinos not oniy bo permitted but encouraged to establish independent republics de riving all of their governmental power fron the consent of the goverened Jones the Independent cuulidnte made his campaign on lines even more strongly opposed to the aduiinistrtion In nearly every speech made by him he denounced the criminal aggression of the Republican party toward the Philippines Itevievving the results after the election Mr Jones said If my race has contributed in any way to a rebuke to the infamous Philippine policy of the administration I feel that is has not been in vain To summarize the result in Ohio therefore 100000 voters went to Jones as the most forcible menns expressing their opposition to McKinley and385 000 others selected McLean as tho best means of showing their distrust of the administrations candidates and poli des When to this is added tho over whelming repudiation of Hanna iden titled with McKinley in every way possible in Ilannas own county it seems very clean that the endorsement of tho administration was of a modi tied not to say lame and ucGcieut char actor Gen Henderson of Iowa who will be Speaker of the next House will reach Washington this week and then his troubles will begin Ninetenths of the Republican members of the House who served in the last Congress are dissatisfied with their committee as signments and want what they regard as more important places and better suited to their importance and deserts Tlioo who have served on minor com mittees will claim promotion and more important ones A rush of members is expected within a few days and the coming Speaker will hardly be in town before his rooms at the Normaudie hotel will be overflowing with states men anxIous to place their services at the Speakers disposal and begging that ho will not underrate them The making up of committees is a task of great difficulty and delicacy Had Reed been disposed to remain in the House he would have been reelected without opposition and with no crom has to be redeemed as to chairman ships Emerging from a contest Speak er Henderson stands pledged to certain returns for work done by leiders In tile various delegations These gentlemen have good memories and already they are on the way to claim promised re wards The new committees no doubt will be announced immediately after the opening of Congress The few weeks proceeding will be devoted to the ardu OtIS and thankless labor of making schedules that will stand firo with the majority It is not possible to satisfy all The aim of Speaker Henderson JlOsslbleIout causing fifty soreheads and latent enmities he will be more fortunate than any of his predecessors The desks of tire department official which accumlated lust during the absence of their occupants in the campaign are assuming there usual appear ance of activity The majority of them were deserted for long periods during tile exciting campaign in Ohio Maryland and Kentucky the officials having received urgent invitations if not direct commands to take off their coats and go to work for the Republi can nominees There is a difference of opinion as to whether the speeches ot these officials do any real good in campaigns of their party Many campaign managers think that speeches of men holding fat offices in Washington in profuse defense and adulation of the President who appointed them to theirsnugplacesaroas apt to fall upon unwelcome as welt as upon responsive ears They argue that the voters of the States are little influ enced by the federal officials who speak from self interest and that any good they might do in the way of striking up enthusiasm is more than offset by the knowledge that the speak er is neglecting his work anil spending time fur which ho is paid by tho common treasury seeking to carry elections by which he will personally profit in reappointment to office But the fact remains that the prac tice of ordering Federal officials to take part in Statecampaigus has been carried further under the present administration than at any time in the past Tak partnershipShip it real ly is cannot be bet expressed that old saying A wife slould double ller- husbl1nds joys and halve his sorrows Thats what Is expected of a wife and the won per of the world is that she conies so closely to expectation For as a rule the time of marriage onward her body is daily drained of strength and her mind daily burdened by cares She lies on the couch hex back aching from female trouble and gets up and puts on a smiling face te meet her husband Marriage can only bean equal partner mar4Twoman cut by the perfect health of the delicate womanlyorgans No woman need suffer with ulceration debili tatng drums or female trouble Theres an absolute cure for aH these in Doctor Pierces Favorite Prescription It makes life a pleasure does away with morning sickness and makesthe babys advent easy and almost painless I had been a sufferer from uterine trouble for about three years having two miscarriages In that time and the doctors aid I would have go through an operation before I coiid give birth to children writes Mrs Blanche P Evans of Parsons Liizerne Co Fa Box 4L When about to give upIn despair I rawthe ad vcrtlaement of Dr Pierea ulc i ne and thought I would give It a ttTula a last resort I a bottle of Dr Pierces Favorite Pre icription and Jifter taking it felt better than I had for years After taking four and onehalt bottlct1 gave birth to a bright baby girl who Is now four months old and not had a day of slckneiw U Favorite liescrit ion contains no alcohol Wlnskjafe ottie intuxicaut cl is ixcjeffi Refuse all subttitttes IY WcrFierce DFPHav jLt s 7 Ing the results in the four Slates where these interlopers worked in the recent campaign Ohio Maryland Kentucky and Nebraska one can judge for him self as to the value of their services Ohio barely hnhl its normal llejiiibli can majority Nebraska antI Maryland made enormous Democratic gains and Kentucky yet in doubt decided luiidi in its own way and following the judg ment of Its own citizens This does not prove that Federal official oratory is very potent in State elections I Imil dvppepsia flftYllevfn years suit newer found permanent relief till I used Kodol Uyppepsia Now J HIII well anti fpel now men writes S Fleming Murray Neb It is the Iwt higtutant known Hires IHrllhl iniligestion lhysivitiIIseVII v where preBiTilw it Terry Tlioimw MUST TELL THE TRUTH IN SOUTH AMERICA An advertiser must stick to the truth in South America said represeiila tive of a large shipping concern M know that It seems inureditablo but it is absolutely true omeycars ago a denier in New Orleans sent an assorted lot of patent medicines to an American agent at Santiago Chill Among the stuff was a lot of toothache drops which wore warranted on tlio bottle to cure the woiet case of toothache in ten minutes Here nobody would take such an as sertion seriously but down there it is different The first man that bought a bottle made an immediate application and then pulled out his watch When ten minutes elapsed and the thooth calmly continued to ache he was furious and at once had the agent arrested The poor fellow was fined 1000 and sentenced to imprisonment for three months Through the efforts of the American consul the imprisonment was knocked off but he had to pay the fine arid it broke him up in business The story is absolutely true as can be testified to by a dozen people now in the city It is sad to fancy the effect on commercial circles generally if such a law was enforced in the United States New Orleans TimeDemocrat His Life Was Saved Mr J E Lilly a prominent citizen of hannibal Mo lately had a wonder ful deliverance from a frightful death In telling of it he says I was taken with Typhoid Fever that ran into Pneumonia My lungs became hard ened 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 Dis covery One bottle gave great relief I continued to use it and now am well and strong I cant say too much in its praise This marvelous medicine is tho surest and quickest cure in the world for all Throat and Lung Trouble Regular size 50 cents and 100 Trial bottle free at Perry Thomas Drug Store every bottle guaranteed 2 WHOJS SHE 1 The following item appeared in tIle Tatler column of the Louisville Times Saturday evening The identity of the young lady in question is not revealed but if the article be true it shows her to be one amplable to take care of herself Some of these twilight flirters with gold rings around their necks had better look out Many an old Johnny will go to the well once too often and get him self pulverized Last week a married masher with a vaselinecoated voice and maplesugar smile saw a lovely girl who often comes to the rity from a small country town Assuming that witching look and manner which had smitten many a susceptible hired girl he walked up to the lady and began Ah good mornlngllisserahI never can recall your name though your lovely face is so familiar What Is it please Ill tell my name to your wifelj replied the victim blandly and maybe she will recall it to you from then on It For heavens sake dont inter posed the crushed Romeo wildly as he backed away Trom the strange beauty like a scared horse that hat seen a piece of white paper lying in the roadScore one for the Midway thats where she came from You never know what form of blood poison will follow constipation Keep the liver clean by using DeWitts Lit tie Eary Uisers anti you will avoid trouble They are famous little pills for constipation mid liver and bowel troubles Perry Thomas CANT DO IT NOW W J Bryan in a relent speech said While tills nation held aloft the doctrine of selfgovernment and tho principles of a republic it dared to ex press Its sympathy with struggling mankind everywhere When Greece was struggling for her liberty Daniel Webster thundered out the sympathy of the American people and when tho Cubans were fighting to be free Congress heard their cries and promised succor and relief but today in faraway Africa in tim Dutch republic the Boers are offering up their lifes blood in dtilense of their right to gov ern themselves and this great nation stands with its bands tied and its mouth gagged and dare not offer one word of sympath Vhmat a spectacle the greatest re public in all times afraid to say a word and why Because if wo expressed with the Boers England would cable back What Is the matter with the Filipinos It There is no answer to such an argu ment It is a humiliating picture to the pride of the Yankee nation that in its infancy taught and won its own freedom und liberty and in Its maturity aided in securing the freedom of otheip But that proud privilege of this free government to champion the liberties of others is nof denied Ifhas gone over to the imperialists thiotigti the weakness and ambition of 1lcKinIey and the greed of others LITERARY NOTES The Thanksgiving number of the Sat urday Evening Post in its stories noeins pictuiea and general articles will be the most attractive number of tho magazine yet Issued In this num her Robert W Clambers hns a season able outoMoorstoryr entitled The Huntertlue rorpanco of a preacher pretty daughter Other features are Edwin Marktmmu latest poem TTbe Lyric Seer An Electrical Thus actiona talo othe Transvaal war by Robert Ban At Paivn by Octavo Thanet and Time Ministers Hen houseu droll story by C B Moouils Two notable articles jn this nnmber are Lincoln as Candidate stud President by his old friend and political ally Col A K McClure and Our Now Prosperity by Fnnk A Vanderlip Assistant Secretary of the Treasury ThojhacikBglvinR number of the Sat tunlv Evening Post will ba oaill a wsr etnt4NovlRber23 cL 5t L J Mrs Pirhams Medicine Made i New Woman of Mrs Kuhn trrriK to Kas rnncHAic xo 64491 DEAn MBS PIHEHAM I think It Is my duty to write do you expressing my sincere gratitude for the vonder ful relief I have exp erienccd by the use of Lydia E Plnkhamis Vegetable Compound I tried different doctors also different kinds of medicine I would feel better at times then would be as bad as ever For eight years I was a great suf ferer I had falling of the womb and was in such misery at my monthly periods I could not work but a ltUcIbefore I would have to lie down medicinehas made a new woman ofme I can now work all day and not get tired I thank you lor what you have done for me I shall always praise your medicine to all suffering women MRs E E Kuns GEHJTANO Onio i II I have taken eight bottles of Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound and used two packages of your Sana tivo Wash also some of the Liver Pills and I can say that your remedies will do nil that you claim for them Before taking your remedies Iwas very bad with womb trouble was nervous had no ambition could not sleep and my fpod seemed to do me no good Now I am well and your medicine has cured me Jwill gladly recommend your med tome to every one wherever I go MBS M L SHKAES Gun MABBH MICH FOR OLD MAIDS Philadelphia eat wears false teeth A Man Mu cat roared six young squirrelsA of foxes is tared for by a Rending Pa tabby A eat known to be over 25 years old died at Tyro Kan the other day Thirteen Brooklyn cats quarrelid and fought until allJtmt one were dead A Philadelpluaniau owns a cat that he says has killed 2500 mice during its lifetimeIn rumenjar Butte Mont live hundreds of cats that have never seen the light of day Twenty years ago a cat race was held at Lancaster Ky in which their were 305 enterics Margaret King a New York wumtui while intoxicated cut a kitten into pieces with a pair of shears A cat in a Strand tavern in London has become intemperate through drink jug wines spilled by waiters Sebastian a big black cat owned by a Cumberland Md woman wears a diamond caring in each ear By a London womans will nn allow ance of t12 a year is made for the maintainanco of each of lice five pet catsTwelve black cats were put in a New York cold storage Warehouse At the end of six months their hair Lad turn ed white Fifty cats took possessions of a Liver pool mans house willie his family was away and attempts to evict them were repulsedA more cat gave birth to a litter of four kittens two of which had only two legs apiece anti these only the fore legs Another kitten has three legs and not even hint of a fourth leg where that leg should be The fourth kitten has four legs but its two back feet instead of having their soles face toward tile ground unaccountably are turned upward Chicago Tribune IJianiarckH Iron ere Was the result of his splendid health Indomitable will and tremen dons energy are not found where Stom ach Liver Kidneys and Bowels are out oforder If you want tliese quali ties and tho success they bring use Dr Kings few Life Pills They de velop every power of brain and body Only 25c at Perry Thomas Drug Store V 2 TRUTHFUL SAYINGS The smooth roads of life aro often the most slippery All the niches in tho temple of fame get dusty in time A man must own his faults in order to get rid of them Woman always has the last wordand usually time most effective It is feared that Satan would never be satisfied with his duos His is a poor defense whoso argument is the other fellows weakness Steam may be a good servant but it occasionally blows ny its master When a man disappointed in love isusually in Iris first love for money It is proper and beneficial sometimes to be left by thyself Thos A Kemple Poets ought to have sufficient ver satility to saw wood when hard pressed If a man cant break the monotony with going broke perhapsj he had best leave 5t intact So live that it will not take all the latter half of your life to blot out the sins of the first half If people didnt worry about trouble beforehand some of them wouldnt have any chance to worry at I1llI In the final adjustment accounts we shall be given credit for the spite ful things other people say about us When a man gets ready for a trip in five minutes it takes his wife three days to straighten up the house after him A timid person is frightened before a danger a coward during the time and courageous person afterwards lUchter PAYING A COMPLIMENT We have heard of a lady of rare beauty who said upon a certain oc casion that the only real disinterested compliment she ever received was from a coal hearer who asked poriuis sion to light his pipe in the gleaming of her eyes Another compliment true and gen utile was paid by a sailor who was sent by a captain to carry a ieUerto the lady of his love The sailor having delivered his mis sive stood gazing in silent admiratiou upon the face cf the lady for she was beautiful Well my good malls1Jdshe for what do YOu wait Thereic no an swer 2 Lady the sailor returned with humble deference I would Mike to know your name Did you not see it on thni letter Pardon ladyI never learned to read Mine hits been a hard roiigfi fife And for what reason my good man would you know my nanir Because answered the old tar look jug honestly Upiia storm at sea with danger of death aforojneI would like to recall the name of the brightest thing Id ever Been in life Thcr3rd be- SUjisliiflsiflitVu in tho thick dark w YorkDiitch iiii 3i H2W YOJUC TJLS3IOSTS A pretty dress front is madras foul ard draped prettily and attached to nI piped taffetas silk collar A charming evening gown is of black tulle embroidered with silver spangles in a large floral patternICerisearidwhitestriped silk makes a lovely evening gown finished with a vestAf cciise taffeta A bright touch should appear on the 1 lids of a costume White cloth with rows of stitching to form stripes is ef Active so is fancy velvet embroidered with sjKits- IJiby baskets plemished with every timing needed for the bath and them s Jives suggesting the enchanted work of failures are shown by Best Co Most any color limy be chosen as the groundwork One especially fecin little ailnir is all M bite relieved by knots ot whiteground lilibuubliowing the most delicate floiat mice rfmcgi uuJflc and hilled np to time very twp twteh ofjjlaboratenesa with finest lace nub aue txtI6nllly ormuite this sea son Largo sizes in foqiiets are seen mind big hats have high crowns and drooping brims Slight fignroa look w lIin the straight enek style Very tight and very Chic Flannel and bnlbriggan skirls are ap propriate to wear upder tim sheath like dress skirts of uisciit fashions which I do not consider at nil elegant or graceful but they are tho style and what is stylish goes An elegant cloak shown at Lord Taylors is of sapphire velvet trimmed with costly lace and sable It is long and loosefitting Some smart flannels designed especially for shirt waittts are on the market EVELYN CABLE LaGrijipc wllli its after effects an nually destroys thousands of people It MinuteCoughproduces immediate results in coughs colds ITOUP bronchitis pneumonia and throat and lung troubles It will prevent consumption Perry and TJiuuias OF INTEREST TO WOMEN The oveyskirt is here to stay Dynamilti is used to weight silk Jersey City has a Woman sign paint er Black lace is used to trim new night robes Dullfinish silver is most popular for clasps It is not good form to wear skirts too tight Fewer housewives put up preseves nowdays Dancing will be less popular than over thLj winter More women keep records of liouse keepiug expenses than formerly Reception gowns and walking dresses will be made in delicate shades The average wages of a domestic ser vant iu London is 188 a week New York girls wear silver animals with jeweled eyes on their chatelaines A Chicago conductor says many women have learned how to get off a street car A Philidelphia woman donned her husbands clothes and took ont his street car one day when he was too sick to work At a recent gathering of women in Providence nearly all admitted that they felt awkward when they asked their husbands for money leulocratLancasterCough Cure is the best remedy for croup I ever usoll Immediatlly relieves amId cures coughs colds croup asthma pneumonia bronchitis grippe and all throat and lung troubles It prevents consumption Perry and Thomas Time largest pumping engine in the world is iu the calumet antI Hec mines SpiJOUNCE iENTS QuEEn QE5cET ROUTE Pentecostal Alliance Convention Nashville Tcnn Nov 2127 1800 National Convention Womans and- y W Association Memphis Tenn Nov 1825 183J Annual Conference Alabama M E Church Birmingham Pratt City Ala December 712 18jg From points In Tennesseeonl- National Grange Patrons of Husban dry Springfield Ohio November 1521 1893 Annual Mooting Southern Surgical and Gynecological Association New Orleans La December 57 1899 American Live Stock Association Chicago Illinois November 2123 1SQ9 Annual Conference C M E Church Memphis Tennessee December 511 1899 From points in Tennessee TRADEMARKSPA ADVICE AS TO Notice in PATENTABILITYFREE Book How to Charge moderate No fee till tentla secured AddressE C L5 A BJUPt1 Time Table No Taking Effect Sun day November 19 1899 lat Class2d Class EAST BOUND NO1 No3 No9Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex Sun AMFIAMVersailles 10n 5 20 5 15 30ValleyMillion 7 00 0 00 IUchmoadii 68 8 05 9 00 P JI Union 1213 10 Moberley 12 18 10 01 urassimeld12 10 25 Panola 1235 1040 Irvine 101 1133 n m rit NO WEST uodko BxUonExSunJExSan Ex Son IIIInoPanola I 10 i 20MoberleyUnion 232 Richmond 6 05 2 5 2 35 1jValleNicholasTlllO 6 68 3 Versailles7 50 4 45 610 UL M PM1 KM P M SouthcrntraIns trainstoJ W ROOK Train Dls atcher W H uJAMSSuperintendeut a e S SSSS p SS a sesa I PLEASEiTRY CANDYCATHARTICI lOc sOc AL- LLc I tccNice Residence F- QRSALE I The residence contains 8 rooms splendid large lot good stable and outbuildings grape arbor and fruit trees All conveniences For sale at a bargains G W Evans no82w A Rubber Tire Factory Here Mr S L MidkifT has installed the first and only plant in time county lor the construction and repair of rubber tires for vehicles and is turning out factory work at less than factory prices We examined his work nut found it equal to any in service He will be pleased to exhibit his own factory work and quote prices He puts rubber tires on old wheels and the life of till vehicle is prolonged so that twice their cost is saved not to mention the comfort derived oc 25tf atoiInsure H m hn uranc dwellings barns and all other property In the Blue Grass Insurance Compa ny of Lexington Ky a home institution Gives protection against Fire Lightning and Tornado The cheapest and most reliable company for the people of our county now operating in the State and getr cheaper ever AttorneyatLovcompanyFor opposite Court Bouse next door to State Dank Trust Co second floor J H CARTER Pres may2My C C BOSWOUTH Secy KodoDyspepsia Digests what you eat aidsNaturestructing the exhausted digestive organs It is the latest discovered digest ant and tonic No other preparation can approach It in efficiency It instantly relieves and permanently cures HeartburnFlatulenceSickHeadacheGastralglaCrampsand imperfectdigestionPrepared For sale bylPerry Thomas +SOUTHERN RfllUflY W KENTUCKY Schedule In effect June 11 1800 NiNL iAr Slue1bvi11e9t8am 523pm BOTpn SSUpnVersaillesAr Lexington 1045am 715pm lOS- ipuzBorsDNo6 Na2 NLv Lexington 3Onm 4ipm iban 5ZlaimAr6EaaAiZASTBOCND WESTBOUND No 13 No II STATIONS No IR H iOOPi 4Oam Lv Loulsvl1 Ar 7SSpm iG3Opm loroam Lv LarncbrgAr rIOpm 810uJ 720aa7SoptnEASTBOUND WESTBOUND No tLjtNoe STATIONS No16 iNo 4OOpm 140am Lv LouuAr l04oamn a5pa 6ffiplIG5Opmllosam EASTBOUND WESTBOUSD tNo I tWo 5 STATIONS ItNo aitNo7- 4Oam 4OYpm Lv LouIWA 73lprz lo22amsfiOpm Lv Veri1es Ar 1Mnm 4ASpxr pttl1epmLmplII Ar Irvine LT 145pg STATIONS No t fua 3 743pmArAr Knoxville74Jm LlOpnArAr Jacksonville POOaml Ar Chattanooga GIOpm 6 rum 1IIOanuArMaonAr Jsesonviilo 0lOam Ul0amn Lv CliattanOOga iijm 45i 1ISoanuArSeridiaxAr New Orleans sSalIl Trains NI 125 and e between LouISville Observat1onChatrCars withthroughIngham and Zew Orlenn and through JncksonvU1esleeplugcubetweenLou1l sleepersviaColumbia Savannah and Jacksonville v Tile only 1ino with three dally trains be LexingtoitDaflyA aTSwwrpLeulsyimle TAJ KYFSQANNCN3d T M DWATrmueOpAD C Loulavtlle Ky ADEnIJffercdrA8ethevarietiesreadatufts and meadows etc Write for Catalogue and price pf any seeds required wMi iS- UhuaiiIiiiil JneId SIci VIL I y TJ A BOON TO IWAIVKIN- DTAL I S BUCKEYE PILE I CURE I A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBES BY MAIL 75 CENTS BOTTLES GO CENTS JAMES F BALLARD Sole Proprietor aID forth Main Street ST LOWS HO For sale by PERRY THOMAS Druggists Jan Pittsburg VfrfrrUBHlidl Yards EAST LIBERTY PA OFFER SUPERIOR ADVANTAGES TO SHIPPERS Yards have been enlarged and rearranged- It is the nearest point to the Eastern market BEST DISTRIBUTING POINT EAST OF INDIANAPOLIS for Hill more Washington Philadelphia New York andi Eastern markets Good buyers always in attendance for export cattle antIail other kinds of stock Consignments for Commission firms given grompt attention PRIVATE HOBS3 SALES EVEIIT WEEKDAY Simon ODonnell General Manager Madison Monumental Works ESTABLISHED 1863 JAMES T HAMILTON PBOPIUETOK Monuments Tombs Headstones Statuary and Foreign tit American Marble and Granite FINE WORK A SPECIALTY Those who are contemplating buying Marble Granite or any kini i Cemetery Work will find it to their Jnterast to call at the old sinl in tiiiof the M E Church on Irvino Street whore they will find consemilly lita large stock of finished work to select from at prices to suit ill clawi buyers grMn W G UOUrilER one of ilie heM woi+ iwn in Vnrl Kentucky is in charpo of our estnblisliment and this inmtns mU fttrtcry I in every phnse Parting living at a distanco should wrlto to us 1idcs which will be furnished on application IJr YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED g- LJKTV ES T H 7VILTOM roprec 5 lot Blast Peninsular c K lDouble Heater with Tea Kettle Attachirenl 3 + A SMOKE CONSUMING PARLOR FURNACE Air passes through registers in heavily guarded feed door into perforated bmixer around or lire the air with JtMixerinsures its rJljeavy an to thofloorWWILL HEAT ROOM UPSTAIRS tBy attaching pipe ti Double Beater Collar and extending to register in floorIabove If not used In that way heat is distributed to all of room and openIng can be uUllzel1 as a tea kettle attacliaueat In addition to griddle hole top 3 FIRE CONTROLLED TO A DEGREE 4rlrcnlar Draft Regulators oa Feed and Ash Pit Doors are valve seated 1yCall at thoCASHJIAHDWABB HOUSE of 1 2 E SO tWho irtHbe glad to show you this toe as well as a full line of other heat era and cookatovcir grates etc if mchll y w a Jt 0 LI J tiPI1