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Digital page images are linked to the text file. iL LL I sVlr c TUErRICHMOND CLIMAX n it ro jV j iIiIi I fl 111VOLUlIEtVV J t 17 JeWOled- g REPAIRING WATCHESA s o Sact All Work Guaranteed 2ND STKEET RICHMOND Ky t 6 f For Rent +14 + f Choice of office rooms overDougI las Simmons hard i ware store Main St Also very desirable p pijjfhtroom residence It with modern conven y iences GRIGGSBY MDNCEY p EASTERN KENTUCKY REAL ESTATE AND COLLECTION AGENCY R UEE DAVIS Manager iriu Mineral and Timber- Lands bought and sold on commission Accounts in and out of the City taken for Collection LrWritoor call on me for further particulars OFiICK Itnnin 9 Moberloy Build injr Hii Iiiiinnd Ky- PROFESSIONAL CARDS A HOltNZYS R E ROBERTS ATTORNEYATLA- WraCHMONO KENTUCKY Office in Moborley BuildingV Rw MILLER ATTOBMBYATLAW RICHMOND KKSTOCKT O irr in the Btirnam Building next door to irs National flank feb3lyan LL ItVTJ4 TTOKN ATLAW- UlCHMONI KENTUCKY rOin poverTaylnrn HnnlwarolBtnrc op p Kite tVjurt III nIl MHJnStrett II IIOlii ATTOIJir AT LA II tiriiMoxi KENTUCKY Oilice No IS First St up stairs 81 30 JOD MOHBNAULT ATTOKXRYK AT LAW RICHMOND KHMTOCBV Olfiuo on Second street over Chen MIls grocery i W R LEFGHER 21ttoiizeyaLw Kicniosii KksrocKY- Otlie with T J Siirtth Jr ovet Civmirtoii AMitriiillV T c UowryAt- torneyatLaW l1r1ry DuIMiiiK Richond Ky PIIOIA- ous UIINXBONP- it JULl V 4IVI1ShJflEON CcIIMuND VKLTUCKY Ilict iii the jII iia hliJliiiK aodao Sec ond Srei VI4e ot drugstore t Oil AS IHKglt ETKIilffA WrRJlECflt jlrtiduuU Oidiirin yfterituirji College Veterinary Dcntl iryand Sterility a Specialty tiOfflce up stMiraover store recently accu pied by Ricbmoad UJtrncsi Co East Main St Richmond Kyapr7ly II CJASPERMD Medicine and Surgery Oflice Pntther Uulldinc Main Street Telcphuiie HI re i lence the Carr lilace on Broadway R1CIlMONflV r iKENTOCKY Gw EVANS4t- D PllYSIOIAS ANDSohOEOX- KICHMOHO JtKJSNTUCKY DR T JvTA YLOllI- ractilloncr in Medicine and Surgery RICHMOND KENTUCKY liOfflce and residejiceqn Second Street L E A DSUGTVI 1T 1 t11t VVV4 oiC- CESTI3T or LOOISVILLK KY Office next door toQofernment Balldlng nicbmSnd Ky Office boantrSto Wl to 4 uovl7ly J DFt8MlTSDEN IST jTOfflc overOouhII Oroccry same office lately oCCllpled by flreW WVUurgo JanIZI Dr Louis II landmai Vo Srtl West Ninth Street Cincinnati Ohio will bs at the Hotel Zimraer Richmond Kyo WEDNESDAY DEC 13 1899 returalojf eTeryiecond Wednesday o eao month rph111Icln of Rich monti Icy tChl1J1 jl ee r he I 5 12 WOKTII OK RESENTS For 50c worth of work We are giving away watches blcvcles sewing ma chines guns c c to introduce our paper PPASTIME a highclass illustrat ed family paper of from 16 to 32 large page i 61 to 123 columns of Chice Good Stories Literature Art Humor Letters of Travel in Foriecn Lands c c And all you have to do to get 42 worth of presents is to get 20 subscribers at lOc each Send lOe in stamps for full particulars long Ijst of presents and our paper PASTIME for months Address TIlE PASTIME Co Louis ville Ky A WONDERFUL DISCOVERY Not only cures but keeps well Is sold by an organized company of re sponsible business men and has en dorsement of thousands of Clergymen and noted people throughout the coun try We Fpeak of that wInderful In strument Electropoise and ask your careful examination into the cures it has wrought Col A P Nunally of the IntcrOrean Chicago writes Xearly three years experience with Electropoiso 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 tropoise ELECTROPOISE CO 513 Fourth Avenue Lovisville Ky sept 27lyr SDR CALDWELLS CONSTIPATION PEPSI Dr R fioldstein The Optic Specialist of No Ml Fourth Avenue Louisville will be at the Qlyndon Hotel Richmond WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 22 returning one day each month Eyes exam ined and glasses scientifically adjusted PURITY OF TONE- d withgreat range and power are tioine of the strong points of the Cono xer Schubert Kingsbury and Crescent Piano I ing rum n of very sold construction it is recommended to those who desire durability as yell as a handsome ap pearance and fine finish We have several S Some in Mahogony Rosewood ctqPrices range from 225QO up Easy pay ments CARDING RIEHM IT G KENT AGENT RICHMOND ICY 5CR CALDVELL3N PRETTY FINGERS HANJ3SOMERINGS The one deserves and bhould be adorned with the other burassorltnont ofV S f- It FINE CTA0NDS 4 iwTTVVFANCY GEM RINGS Will prOve au Interesting study Our prices for white perfect and brilliant rery low In Single Stone DrampndBtand Three Stone Comblna toitiRlng iwe haye Roinethlngespccial ly attractive bothin design and price F J YEAGER Nu 28 2dSt Richmond Iys- ep6ly PATENTS FREEr TT KSIGNSI ANB COPYRIGHTS MTMNCB r Ltt4Ia strictlyVLLVL IIiM PNM LiwWsnI n l ft DEMOCRATWTICIETIANNOUNCEMENT FOB CODXTT CLERK ARCIIKAVANAUGHto the action ol the Democratic AaetyV RAYBURN10 the action of the Do Jiocratic PartyV y We are authorized to announce D R TEVIS a candidate for County Clerk subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce M M ClerkeubJectWe are authorized to Announce JESSE subjecttoFOB SHERIFF FWAGERScounty subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce JOHN W forSheiWaubjectparty MARTINGENTRYcounty subject to the action of the Democratic party DDUSsubject to the actltu of the Democratic party port ASsnsoaii i othHAMcountysubject to the action of the Demo party LBAKERcounty subject to the action of the Democratic party OEOROENOLANDcounty subject to the action of the Democratic partyVWe are authorized to announce G W ofMadisonDemocratic partyVx We are authorized to announce BUD DUNN of the Glade District a candidate for Assessor subject to the action of the Democratic party POR JAiLERVWe are authorized to announce JAMES Cr LACKEY a candidate for Jailer of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic are authorized to announce PETER G PARttlSH a candidate for Jailer of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic are authorized to announce JACK ROSS candidate for Jailer of Madison county for one term subject to the action of the- Democratic party We are authorized to announce F J PER KINS a candidate for Jailor subject to the action of the Democratic party GET YOUR SHARE Arc you getting yoUr share of the vast amount of money spent in adv tising It used to bo all given to the publishers of newspapers and maga zines but by tlio latest method it is freely distributed among the people themselves that is among those that who are alert and quick and who ran see an advantage when it is offered them One of the most successful establish ments In America the V6olsou Slice Co of Toledo Ohio is spending thousands of dollars in advertising their Lion Coffee and they are paying out this money directly to the people who purchase the coffee Their plan ia to enclose iirtheir onepound package of Lion coffee amost attractive premium list So costly are some pf the articles on this premium list that one wonders Low they can afford to give them away witli theirjgoods i butit mustje Re membered that these premiums are bought in enormous quantities and bought directly of the manufacturers so that they are secured at about one fourth the price the retail customer pays No profit is paid to shipper wholesaler or retailer the goods are all bought at lust hand This method of introducing Lion coffee is as if you wanted to purchase some article for which you would have to pay Si the proprietors of the Lion coitus buy it for you for 25 cents and thengive it to you for the trouble that you lake in letting them know yon reusing their coffee The housekeeper who is alive to the value of her patronage may now by a little trouble secure many desirable articles from time to time at no cost All that she has to do is to cut out and pre serve the Lion heads which appear on the wrapper of every package of Lion coffee These Lion heads are received by the Voolson Spice Company in pay for their premiums The new pr miuinl1s1 whichihasJust- been issued in connection with Lion coffee is unsurpassed in liberality Some of the most attractive articles on the market today are included in this listIt is evident that the Woolson Spice Company places great values on the cecnmtneudation of satisfied customer for they believe the best advertising of Lion coffee is whore some one who uses it tells a friend of its good quality It is mostly in this way that its enor mous sale has been brought about Many people are so delighted with it that they feel it a duty to recommend it to their friends and a every package contains a premium list with full in structions for secunng the articles of fered there is much interest in buying Lion coffee for household use Really Lion cotton is unsurpassed in itse WMEUnr TROUBLE The Approach of Motherhood is the Occasion of Much Anxiety to AU Every woman dreads the ordeal through which sho lmust pass in becom initt mother The pain and suffering which is in store for her is a source of constant anxiety fear and dread to say nothing of the danger which the coming incident entails TIio joyous anticipations with which sho looks fpr warn to babys coming gives yay to An indescribable dread pf ordeal when she fully realizes thecritical und trying event which will soon appiroaca and have to bo endured Women should hall with delights remedy which insures to them immunity from the pain suffering and danger incidental to childbearing SUch ft remedy is now Otrpred and women need not fear longerthe hour of childbirth lIothers Friendisscientific linimentnnd if used before confinement gently and surely prepares th odyfor great requirements and changes it is undergoing insures saTety tQ inpther and takes her through the event with com parat lye ease and comfort This won derful remedy is praised by every WOman who hasulJed ItVWhat woman is nut interestod in pothers friend This wondprful pricelethousands of mothers who have used Itduring the inost critical period of womans life the approach and culmination of motherhood lvrrlustlngplalsAfor their most tIling hour and when most needed er woman may someday need Mothers triendThft little book Before Baby is tehling p11about n and when it shbilfd atidIcnt to ua apphic4dioIh to the rltlell eMMI- ICOII7 i f i 1i ROYALMI v jVJ BAKING POWDER Wf VVVVVV rrVl wil1adth ookas agent will to j The dainty cake The white and flaky tea bis it The sweet and tender hot griddle ckeVfl The light and delicate crustVt fThe finely flavored waffle and muffins The crisp and delicious doughnut The white sweet nutritious bread andVo11V Delightful to the taste and always wholesome VVVV Royal Baking Powder is madeV from PURE GRAPE CREAM OF TARTAR ands absolutely freeVfrom lime alum and ammoniaV There are many imitation baking powders mostly made from alum and sold cheap Avoid them as their use is at the cost of health ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO NEW YORKV quality and it is a mystery how it can be sold for such a low price It is better than many other brands of coffee which costa two or three times as mucK It would seem as though the tune waaapproauhing WhIch every fam ily would be drinking this famous beverageVWorkintr Night Ant Day The busiest and mightiest little thing that every was made la Dr Kings New Lifo Pills Every pill Is a sugarcoated globule of health that changes weakness into strength listlessness into energy hrainfag into mental powr Theyre wonderful In building up thV health Only 25c per box Sold bj Perry Thoirjas 3 PERSONALI A letter from Mrs Henry Wycanl dated Vancouver Barracks Washington October 18 says Both my hus band and son Harry are in active service in tho Island of Luzon Major Wy ant in command of his battalion at San Feraudo when last heard Har rys promotion to 1st Lt took him to the 14th Infy but he hRS lately suc ceeded in securing a transfer to his ol3 regiment the 3rd Infy Harry is en gaged to be married to Miss Elizabeth Jraik Williams daughter of an array officer oillccr Is from Kentucky No date has boon set for the consummation of the engagement Their letters are brief and hurriedly written and are five or six weeks old when received Remember me kindly to Richmond friends While on their Weetarn tour last summer Mr aud Mrs Ed Hume of this city met Mrs Wygaut whose appearance luw been much altered by reason of the anxiety and auf fering she has endured since ilia first out break of the Spanish warV Miss Lew McCulloch handsomely entertained a Tew friends last evening arthe lovely home of her parents inV honor of Mr Isaac Steenbergen and his charming bride nee Miss Willie Mae Denny of Richmond Ky One of the novel and extremely amusing features was the opening of the horror packages The invited cuesta were requested to bring with them their special horror or that which represented the most horror to them and the collection would lays done credit to the timeof the In quisition It was very amusing to seethe young ladies who had previously remarked That toads mice and such things that no terors for them begin to eTevate themselves upon the steps chairs or any convenient article of furniture while the packages were bee ing opened Fortunately there were no wild varmints to turn loose KoJ lowing this was the advertising party Each guest being given a card upon which tbare were 20 numbers and pie tures cut from popular advertisements were passed around numbered from 1 to20from these theansweis were made up being able to tell from the cuts what particular article was advertised Tile special prize wa i wou by Prol Peter Stocnbergen he guessing the largest number and the oobv prize was a tie between the young ladies falling iu drawinglots to Miss Fannie Grover throughout the evening elegant vocal anTi instrumental music was discousred by the several talented ladles present Abou Up all adjourned to th beautifully deqorated dining room where an Iegant supper served in sev eral courSes was highly enjoyed At 11 a flu departed thanking their kind hostess for a most enjoyable evenT inland w life and happi ness to thebride and groom Those jyreBunfc were Mrs Isaac Stce be gen Misses Fannie Steenbergenj Cornelia Campbell Willie Bluckwoll Mary MQ Culloch Charlotte McCulloch Fannie Grover Messrs Peter Steeriberyeu Low Campbell Isaac Steenbergen Fred McCulloch and J BTippbtt I eaysMyWittjj Witch Hnsel Salve cured her It it the host salve in AuiericA It heals everything and cures alt skin di seases Perry Thomas Senator Plaits little inssnoWed under in Ntni YorK One by u1e tbBprppa of th4 gtrttctare of reform artlIVVV 1 SVr i Cl VV VV i no other i make M i I in ui That Wonderful Prehistoric Corn Recently the CLIMAX said it would give a more extended notice of the re markable corn that has been raised on the farm of Mr ll L Morgan of Whites Station It is one of the greatest novelties of the age as the follow- Ing will prove VAt Marked Tree Arkansas several years ago an earthen vessel wits ex hunted from a mound where ha1 been buried the remains of a prehistoric race In tills vessel safely sealed amidst thedecayed dust of humans remains ptaped there at least 3000 years igo fifteen feet under ground this corn was found Here it had lain in l erfect preservation while the thousands of years rolled by turning to earth again all human remains Consider ing the Composition of the vessel the air expelled and it securely sealed we have the perfect condition for preservation This is not the only case where corn has been found in a burial mouud it hits been found in Ohio Utah and other States but never before was a grain found that would germinate Hev Dr E S Curry the discoverer says Tlib Pre IJstoric Corn has been grown on my farm in Missouri succes sively and successtully for eight years I have raised stalks 15 feet high the blades seven inches broad and 10 feet 5 Inches from tip to tip on opposite sides of the stalk with 11 ears on the stalk It is a wonderfully deep feeder willingly and from choice sending its roots to the Ubso 1and thrusting its roots down deeper during a drought The stalks and numerous blades it bears remain green throughsix weeks of the most excessive drought with hot winds while common corn perished tile second week The CLIMAX had several ears of this corn grown from seed on the farm of Ir Morgan and we are authorized to- say he will supply the seed in small quantities to test its wonderful qualities We have read testimonials de daring that the stalk is 12 to 1C feet In height each stalk bearing from to 11 ears and yellding 100 to 250 bushels per acre Brave Men Fall Victims to stomach hiv rand kidney troubles as well as women and all feel thin results iu loss of appetite poisons in the blood backache nervousness headache and tired listless rundown feeling lInt theres no need to feel like that Listen to J W Gardner Idaville Ind Ho says Electric Bit lers are just the thing for a man when he is all run down and dont care whether he lives or dies It did more to give hue new strength and good ap petite than anything I could take I can now eat anything and have a new lease on life Only 50 cents at Perry Thomas Drug Store Every bottle guaranteed VV 3 JiWnloRepUblican party id wediled to imper ialism So many spouses has the 00 P that it Is likely to be expelled from Washington for polygamous alliances LADIKS For relief of women Ches ter Taimy Tablets wort Ji their weight hi gold Ajflafe and certain monthly regulator SI AboxJAI on DOCK Coats Co ITOV29 lyV Atlanta Ga Senatpr Wellington Congratulated IJPhIUposition lo exclaim Deliver ine from DIY friends II Extraordinary Oe The CUMAX and thd Ohio Farmer weekly forl50 till January 1001 The bargains ever lfercd In good clearlytheAmerica It is the farmeis lIper practical reliable and eitertninlnif Twenty pn el weekly with liberallilIiiKtrttioun tQl coinple market reports from all the farmerslcriieYon ought to know tiwro about this great Agricultural paper It will pay you dollars and cents to read It a vear Suhscrihe atIGMefJ wd get the Slilnplecl1pletoday tf When the size of the Republican ma jority in Pennsylvania is taken into consideration it is hard to understand Just what the Philadelphia Kepubli cans would want with repeaters and yet a number were arrested at the last election in that city saysIICough Cure It gave my wife immediate relief ill suffocating asthma quicklylung troubles Perry Thomas The administration at Washington no longer disguises its intention of taking part of the ultimate partition ofCbina Shades of Washington and Jefferson what new insanity will McKiuley develop What are the most important races that have gone to make up the great Amerfcan people asked the visiting inspector in one of theEast Side schools in New YorkVFor the first time since school had opened Sportyboys hand was eagerly lifted and the teacher tremblinglvgave him his chance The lirooklyn Handicap time Drigh ton Reach races Guttonhurg Saratoga and those at Morris Park proudly answered the young hopeful Colliers Weekly It goes to every part Murdock Ca tarrh Cure It cures Colds Hay Fever mid all forms of Catarrh Price Si mailed on receipt of price See ad vettismeiit MURDOCK CURE Co nov29 lyAtlanta Ga President McKinley can now devote his time to his message and especially to those paragraphs in which lie describes his unbounded love and charity for the FilipinosV Wheatoils expedition around to the back door of AgeyV domicile pans o tuo better than the previous at tempts It may yet bo necessary to sugar the wily little rascal AiasaysIsplendid medicine I prescribe it and my confidence in it grows With ton tinue l use It tligestrf what you edt dud quickly cures dyspepsia and indi gestion Perry Thomas There Is small comfort for McKinley in tho election returns To carry not one ot tim slates considered doubtful in an election preceding the President hal contest is no record for a second term aspirant Speaker Reed milT have ruled Con grass with an iron lundbot it is dollars to doughnuts that he in vanquished in his first go with his janitor of his New York flat To Care tfCM in Dee Day Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund the money if it sigVtrUeneral Lndluw Is back from Cuba anti declares that schools not foilsare needed in the IslandHow will this comport with MuKinleys swordpoint ldeaoVcarryiugivihizatioa to our na vlionnl wardsVWith Read Admiral Scliley ordered to command the South Atlantic squadron it would sqetn as though the Ad ministration id carrying the Sampepn Schleywar inAfricaV I wonldut be without DeWitts Wlfch Hazel Salve for auy considera RhodesCentqfleldO r and skin diseases He ware of coiluter felts Perry Thomas From all accounts the election in Maryland left some deep seated pollti cat heartaches which bear alt the traces of being InCUrtbheVV Senator Hoar feels sorry for his party Ho is not alone In his grief since that Illinois chrysauthemuur Billy Mason also thinks lie must flock by himselfV PTJTSntM FADELESS DYES DO NOT STAIN THE HANDS ORSPOT THE KETTLE Sold by O L Searov Waco Ky Thomas A4PVVx7 o25l Itis only in accord with the eternal fitness of things that the crook should always be on mischief bent mQ tL mW GES Dr IriI 1 A Book fom Young aul Old J OUR iIV RECORD I ESJ370 1 250000 DISEASED ENI I WtCUl1E nERVOUS BLOOD L SKINS PRIVATE DISEASES I ZSOOCUREDIL MM ham you sinned n1tureI ArJIImIIBFIVkVaIrIiiniidraIt IDmrriUrG n weakVIcSiJ cesses Ha 0 you been Imc eJ with racrenryt jhn booklet wilt pom tout to l JointilItfisNU TUUATilKNT Jt provej Iho wo ran JIJAKANTHK ChUtE j ANY cuiunu CAE on NO PAY onroEMISSIONSVAitlCoCtTE Pg sruiuiiiiii ridTENCY BI e tilKr HKA1NS UNNATJKAL I1S ttl CHAItOES KIDNEY and BLADDER ilttcnttr CURES GUARANTEED Tho Waccs cf Sin rnt free by ffi nol king2o CONSULTATION 1I KRIK If nnftblo to call mite for l103IEIDKS KERGAMJ lJ CIHriKKATt OJf i 1 H being over TInNNowU settle down to business and forget our few political differences We do not be lieve in a paternal govern ment and ask no special priv ileges or favors except that you favor us with an oportun iVy to show you our well selected large stock of New Goods and demonstrate that we can give you much better for your money R Ii TURN than any other house in the states Wall Paper from 4c on up to the finest goods made Win dow Shades lOc on up Pic ture Frames 20e on up We make a Mixed Paint for S110 per gallon in white black and allshades of colons the best on market at any price Stbck of Window Glass the largest and prices right Call on GEM WILLG1N VfQ3 ff IUX STREE- TRICHMOND KY EQUAL TO ANY EMERGENCY The man is who has a good sound reliable carriage under him He cnn rest secure in the thought that when he hRs one of our well made reliable phtctous carriages runabouts whale bone speeders or road carts that come what niayon tho road his wagon never will give way We have one of time finest stocks of road wagons rocka ways and rubbRrtired bticuitw in RIch- mond JOHN DONELSON Propr Kentucky Carriage Works MAiNETIC PALING Originated by Prof S A Weltmer the most wonderful man of modern times Frof1Vilofi Kaay Graduates of North Missouri School of MAGNETIC HEALING MoberlyMo will bo in RICHMOND on and after Nov 0 189J to practice this wonderful method of curing ALL diseases with qut the tim of drugs CURES under lila method appear as if miraculous but such is not the case The method of Magnetic healing as taught and practiced byPror Weltmer is purely sciPiitific Magnetic hcalinu practiced in Vail ages with Jenerntlonhashealing power to be a special Rift PROP WELTMER Ill E MOST WON DKRP17L SCIENTIST OF THIS AGE has demonstrated that ittllnotA particularProfIIVHIIIK lilt forefront ofall healing or curative powers By the wonderful application of his treatment its curie live reach every known disease Those who are afflicted with Itheunia tism Dyspepsia Liver and Stomach KidnoysHeartkind Nervous Debility St Vitas COnsumptiottetc Lost Vitality Camer Tumori and Goiters sunken Chest Mairneti Treatment will reach any disease il properly applied It is kuowitiR hov that gives relief and cures Wobolievi thatanycasoQf any diseaaa can lx cured byodr treatment So do not ills but cOma and ee us Consulta tibajfroa jj pcwer lJ Otto 12 a 1tol pm c ilIr FURNITURE I III 1IVi UIP i1 1i I To be enjoyed must te eaten i l from a handsome tables com bining r I BeautyVAND 44 + + L1 Strength I 11To bear it loab of oo1icstWe are preparca to furnish fr Tables Sideboards 2Chair SI NEVILLE MOBERLEVII 220222 W Maui Street i I4ZE 23RICHmOND KY Thi ohg Mtul Invtrnnt up rrt 1 t ii- OF LEXINGTOrS KY 1V j 186000 PAID INLIVING BENEFITS ft 72 7 5 J60 RESER YE AND SURPLUS H j tho lm oMllfl Insurasee 4 4W Wo pay the same profits to the living that Insurance Com lpanics pay to tho estates of deceased Largest profits consistent with safety and conservatism i VEvery precaution for the protection of tho investor For I particulars apply to K SMITH BOiAZTvm 4 SECRETARY LEXINGTON KY MRS A T MILLION Local Agent Richmond Ky IV M RB AIRTIGHT HEATER ElIs what you want in preference to all 7j others Reasons J lIt v 1rxusesmprQ SubstaiitiaUy built anct a hot I air furnace It hasVa lafgeradiatingsur 7 M A face whichcircu lates the air rapidlyV VaudheatsVVVVV the rooms evenly Itisadouble 4Vheater N o dirtfVrQnrasb s as It is carried away by theVpatent ash flueV It has peifebt regula tioh and easy to op te- rate The design p of tile stove is perVJeet The blaokinir of the outside facing novel burns off ahidVbright all the year round For sate by tr D Vt B P LU AEO1VC- MFAMTP r MAIN STREET RICHMOND KY 4iVl 1i l7r 7IX ftell1 o ru wr I Ic THE RICHMOND CLIMAX IV i 7 I i Io Vi VOLUME 26 c RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WENESAY NOVEMBER 29 1899Prnt5Jlowstlh NUMBER 26 4 Ii Je4Ofec REPAIRING WATCHESA a All Work Guaranteed 2ND STREET RICHMOND KY f For Rent Choice of three good f office rooms over Doug I las Simmons hard s ware store Main St cp Also very desirable p eightroom residence cwith modern conven iences EASTERN KENTUCKY REAL ESTATB AND COLLEC TION AGENCY It UE DAVIS Manager iarm Mineral and Timber Lands bought and sold on commission Accounts in and out of the City takon for Collection g Vriteor call on me for further particulars OFnuKltooiuD Moherloy Build ii jr Hirliiiinncl Ky- PROFESSIONAL CARD- SArO31YS R E ROBERTS ATTOIINEYATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY f nice in Moberley Building Rw MILLER ATTOKXHYATLAW RICHMOND KUNTUCKY OMirr in the Burnam Building next door to arimrs National Hank feb3ly SULL ANJA TTOKN V ATLAW- K1CHMOND KENTUCKY Oifire overTaylnrH Hunhvnrol store op il idifp tuiirt Mouse mi MHIH Street ii It SIOHU K I TTOHFJ3 Y T LA 11 itHIIMONU KlWTtTCKY Ollicu No IS First St up stairs 31 30 JV 0 D 11 Oil GN A ULT ATTOKKRYb AT Lit W RICHMOND KKNTUCKV Oifii on Second street over Chou anils grn4 6 ry 1 W R LECHER AttorneyairAnii lllcilMONli KttSTUCKY Oltie with T 1 Smith Jr ovoi CIUIl litlIII14 T C Lowry AtJ11IeatLaw M ltHrpy Building liichond Ky puaIoIATn OHS UI1SNtBSON 1Wl1VtVlJSU1WEON RICHMOND V KK fUCKY IScf the Joe I4i boAling II and ao nd Street orr W uc ttl 4ru tore 27 CMAS H CJjvlill RTRIJNA It YVfrRfiJSON jntduvJe Oiittirio Vftervuiry College iVeterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty Cf Office up stuirn over store recently seen pled by Hicninoad Harness Co East Main 6t Richmond KyflPr717 II CJASPERMD Medicine and Surgery OflIoPratlIer lUitlding Main Street Telephone retldence the Carr place liroadway RICHMOND S4KiNTUCKY- W W IVArISM Dt PhYSICIAN ANDSrJRGEOX RICHMOND v KENTUCKY 1 DBT JwTAYLOlt Iraciilioncr in Medicine and Surgery RICHMOND KENTUCKY irOfllctand resldeuce on Sjgond Street rliNlALStrn GERY r 1 1 1 TITlt tiOSOTl TENT1ST or LOUISVILLE KY jOnice next door to Government Building RicbmSnd Ky OU1veliourst4121tO4 uovl7ly ft FRED SMITH 1 i DEN ItST lIrOlfte over OolllMQroccry same omct lately ocpred by DrWW Burgin janlIy Dr Louis H landman Vo MJ Went Ninth Street Cincinnati Ohio will be at the 110tel Zlmroer Richmond Ky on WEDNESDAY DEC 13 1899 reta ruing erry second Wednfidsjr o each month IUfer nco oTery pbrilcltnot RIch taondKy I SV I 81 e s12 WUKTII OF PRESENTS For 50c worth of work We are giving away watches bicvcles Eewinj ma chines guns coc to introduce our pnpor PASTIME a highclass illustrat ed family paper of from 16 to 32 large pages 61 to 128 columns of Chice Good Stories Literature Art Humor Letters of Travel in Foriegn Lands c ci And all yon have to do to get H2 worth of presents is to get 20 subscribers at lOc each Send lOc in stumps for full particulars long Ijst of presents and our paper PASTIME for 6 months Address TilE PASTIME Co Louisville Ky A WONDKRFUL DISCOVERY Not only cures but keeps well Is sold ban organized company of responsible business then and has en dorsement of thousands of Clergymen and noted people throughout the country We Fpeak of that wonderful Instrument Elcctropoise and nsk your careful examination into tile cures it has wrought Col A P Nunally of the InterOcean Chicago writes Xearly threo years experience with Electropoise only confirms tile truth of your claims I say friends that this instilment is a most wonderful in vention lOft 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 Elec tropoise ELECTROPOISE CO 513 Fourth Avenue Lovisville Ky sept 27lyr SDR CALDWELLSN Dr R Goldstein The Optic Specialist of No M I Fourth Avenue Louisville will be at the Otyndon Hotel Richmond WEDNESDAY NOYEBIBER 22 returning one day each month Eyes exam ined and glasses scientifically adjusted PURITY OF TONE combined withgreat range and power are some of the strong points of the Cono xer Schubert Kingsbury and Crescent Piano einE n Ittof very sold construction it is recommended to those who desire durability as well as a handsome ap pearance and fine finish We have several sty s Some in Klahogony Rosewood etc Prices range from S225QO up Easy pay ments HARDIIi0 RIEHM IL G KENT AGENT RICHMOND KY SDR CALDWELLN PRETTY fINGERS BANPSOMERINGS f The one deserves and bjiould be adorned with the other Ourassdriinent ofV fi FI E 0NDS t ANDY f J FANCY GEM BI3RJSS Will prove mi Interesting study Our priceBfor white perfect and brilliant gems are yery low In Single Stone DiatnondBtand Three Stone Cfombina tlon Blng8 ve lnFO Romethhl especial Jy attractive b thin deiigu anti price FJ YEAGER No 28 2d Sf Jlichmond Ky sepGIy u KSIGNS PATENTS TRADEMARKS COfYRIGHTS FREENoUcooderaUNofeUllpMsItl1 iecred L II Lettcmlltrl 514ML niL Lasr WuidiCV LiSVV DEMOCRATIC TI I T- ANNOUNCEMENT POE cooxnr CLERK ARCHXVAVAUGHto the action of the Democratic pal y RAYnUltNto the action of the Democratic Party y We are authorized to announce D R TEVIS a candidate lor lunlYClerk subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce M M subjectWe are authorized to announce JESSE subjecttopea SUEHIFF FWAGERScounty subject to the action of the Democratic party WDALLARDSheriff subject to the action of the Democratic party MARTINGENTRYcounty subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce P BBUOAD UladlsonconntysnbJecl lsszaso SIe OLIHAMcounty subject to the action of the Demo cratic party LlAhERacandidatecounty snliject to the action of the Demo cratic party GEORGENOLANDcounty subject to the action of the Democratic are authorized to announce Q W otMadisonDemocratic party We are authorized to announce DUD DuNN of the Glade District a candidate Uir Assessor subject to the action of the Democratic party FOR JAITEu CLACKEYcounty subject to the action of the Democratic are authorized to announce PETER G PARRiSH a candidate for Jailer of Madison connty subject to the action of the Democratic are authorized to announce JACK ROSS candidate for Jailer of Madison county for one term subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce F J PERKINS a candidate for Jailor subject to the action of the Democratic party GET YOUR SHARE Are you Retting yoUr share of the vast amount of money epent In adver tising It used to bo nil given to the publishers of newspapers and maga zines but by tile latest method it is freely distributed among the people themselves that isamong those that who are alert and quick and who ran see an advantage when It is offered them One of the most successful establish ments in America the Woolsoii Slice Co of Toledo Ohio is spending thous ands of dollars in advertising their Lion Coffee and they are paying out this money directly to the people who purchase the coffee Their plan is to enclose in their onepound package of Lion coffee a mnstattractlve premium list So costly are some of the articles on this premium list that one wonders how they can afford to give them away witli theirgoods but it mustj e ltj membercd that these premiums are bought in enormous quantities and bought directly of the manufacturers so that they are secured at about one fourth tlio price the retail customer pays No profit is paid to shipper wholesaler or retailer the goods are all bought at first hand This method of introducing Lion cof fee is as if yon wanted to purchase some article for which you would have to pay the proprietors of the Lion coffee buy it for you for 25 cents and thengive it to you for the trouble that you take in letting them know you reusing their ccffee The housekeeper who is alive to the value of her patronage may now by a little trouble secure many desirable ar tides from time to time at no cost All that she has to do is to cut out and pre serve the Lion heads which appear on the wrapper of every package of Lion coffee These Lion heads are received by the Uoolson Spice Company in pay for their premiums Tho iRW premium llsl wliichhasjust- heenieued in connection with Lion coffee is unsurpassed in liberality Some of the most attractive articles on the market today are included in this listIt is evident that the Woolson Spice Company places great values on the recommendation of satisfied customer for they believe the best advertising of Lion coffee is where some one who uses it tells a friend of its good quality It is mostly in this way that its enor moos sale hits been brought about Many people are so delighted with it that they feel it a duty to recommend it packaeIfered there is much interest in buying Lion coffee for household use Really Lion coffees is unsurpassed in its WOMEN DI TROUBLE The Approach of Motherhood is the Occasion of Much Anxiety to All Every woman dreads the ordeal through which sho rmust pass in becoth iiifrn mother The pain and suffering which is in store for her is a Ourco of constant anxiety fear and dread to say nothing of the danger which the coming Incident entails The joyous anticipations with which she looks for ward tp babys coming giveaway to an indescribable dread pf the ordeal when she fully realizes the critical ohd trying event which will soon approach ana kavo to be endured AVomen should hail with delight a remedy which insures to them im munity from the pain suffering and childbearingSUch Women need not fear longer the hour o- fchtldbrthlIothers FtiendIs a scientific liniment and it use4 before c thj prepareebodyforand changes is undergoing insures to both npther and chtldj arid takes her through the event with com parative ease and comfort This wonderful remedy js praised by every woman who hasused It What woman is nut interested in Jlothers Friend This wonderful remedy has been tested and its price less value proven by the experience of thousands of hnppy mothers who have lsCllt tho iiiost critical approacbInnd pralspfortheir nost trying Jipur and when most needed ert woman may some day need Mothers Friend The llttte book Before Baby is Rotht tclllng111 about jt and When it should great interest anil wIllrrooof mothers and will sent free to any addreea5upof- lappHcafo to tho Cotay AUata as 0 c 5 r t- VIOt14LV f VJrf The THe and tea The and hot cake t VV The and crust The and The and The rpll to the taste and isI OF and is f lime and There are many imitation baking powders mostly made from alum and sold cheap Avoid- them as their use is at the cost of health ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO NEW YORK aquality and it is a mystery how it can bo sold for such a low price It is better than many other brands of coffee which costs two or three times as much It would seem as though the time waaapproaciii g when every fam ily would be drinking this famous beverage I Workintr Night Ant Day The busiest and mightiest little thing that every was made ia Dr Kings New Life Pills Every pill is a sugarcoated globule of health i that changes weakness into strength listlessness into en orgy liralnfag into mental power Theyre wonderful in building up Hit health Only 25e per IJL Sold bj Perry Tiiotnas 3 PERSONAL A letter from Mrs Henry AVycanl dated Vancouver Barracks Washington October 13 says Both my hUE band and son Harry are in active service in tho Island of Luzon Major Wygant in command of his battalion at San Fcrando when last I heard Har rys promotion to 1st Lt took him to the 14th Infy but he has lately suc ceeded in securing a transfer to his ol j regiment the 3rd luCy Harry is en gaged to be married to Miss Elizabeth Cralk Williams daughter of an army officer officer is from Kentucky No date has been set for the consumma then of the engagement Their letters are brief and hurriedly written and are five or six weeks old when received Remember me kindly to Richmond friends While on their Vestern tour last summer Mr ami Mrs Ed Hume of this city met Mrs Wygaut whose appearance hiw been much al tered byreason of the anxiety aid suffering she has endured since the first out break of the Spanish war Miss Low McCulloch handsomely entertained a tew friends last evening afthe lovely home of her parents in honor of Mr Isaac Steenbergen and his charming bride nee Miss Willie Mae Denny of Richmond Ky One of the novel and extremely amusing features was the opening of the horror packages The invited guests were requested to bring with them their special horror or that which represented the most horror to them and the collection would have done credit to the timeof the In quisition It was very amusing to tee the young ladies who had previously remarked That hustle mice and such things that no terors for them begin to elevate themselves upon the steps chairs or any convenient article of furniture while the packages were be big opened Fortunately there were wild varmints to turn loose FoJ lowing tilts was the advertising party Each guest being given a card upon which limn were 20 numbers and picture cut from popular advertisements were passed around numbered from 1 to20from these the anse were made lip being able to tell from the cuts what particular article was advertised The special prize Wat won by Prol rater Steenbergen he guessing the largest number and thejiooby prize was a tie between tile young ladies falling in drawing lota to Miss Fannie Grover Throughout the evening elegant yocnl and instrumental music was discousred by the several talented ladies present About U p in all adjourned to tlfr beautifully decorated dining room where anelegant upper served in sev eral courses WitS highly enjoyed At nt ui all departed thanking their kind hostess for a most enjoyable even ing and wishing long life and happi rhoselpreslJltMisses Fannie Steenbergen Cornelia Campbell Willie Blnckwell Mary Mc Culloch Charlotte McCulloch Fannie Grover Messrs PetEr ijteenbergen Law Campbell Isaac Fred McCulloch 8ndJD Ti ppett saystMyAVitta Witch Hazel Salve cured her It K the beftt salve in America It heals evArything and cures all skin die scares Perry ThomasV Senator Platta little Mswet was snowed under in K wrYorK One by ue the props of the stiucttlrv of reform are IitUhir J l u f2 5S SVVV 1 will aid the VVcook asIno OthCiH agent will to make daintycake white flaky biscuit sweet tender griddle light delicate t finely flavored waffle muffin crisp delicious doughnut white sweet nutritious breadand Delightful always wholesome Royal Baking Powder made from PURE GRAPE CREAM TARTAR absolutely free Tfrom alum ammonia Steenbergen That Wonderful Prehistoric Corn Recently the CLIMAX said it would give a more extended notice of therc uiurkable corn that has been raised on the farm of Mr II L Morgan of Whites Station It is one of the great est novelties of the age as the follow- Ing will prove At Marked Tree Arkansas several years ago an earthen vessel was cx- huuied from a mound where had been buried the remains ofa prehistoric race In this vessel safely scaled amidst thedecayed dust of humans re mains placed tliere at least 3000 years ign fifteen feet under ground this corn was found Here it had lain in perfect preservation while the thous ands of years rolled by turning to earth again all human remalps Consider lug the composition of the vessel the air expelled and it securely seatedwe have tile perfect condition for preser vation This is not the only case where corn has been found in a burial mound It hits been found in Ohio Utah and other States but never before was a grain found that would germinate Rev Dr E S Curry thu discoverer says Tlfe Ire lstorlc Corn has been grown on my farm hi Missouri succes sively and successlully for eight years- I have raised stalks 15 feet high the blades seven inches broad and 10 feet 5 inches from tip to tip on opposite sides of the stalk with 11 ears on the stalk It is a wonderfully deep feeder willingly and from choice sending its roots to the subsoil and thrusting its roots down deeper during a drought The stalks and numerous blades it boars remain green through six weeks of the most excessive drought with hot winds while common corn perished the second week The CLIMAX had several ears of this corn grown from seed on the farm of tir Morgan and we are authorized to say he will supply the seed in small quantities to testits wonderful quali ties We have read testimonials de daring that the stalk is 12 to 15 feet In height each stalk bearing from i to 11 ears and yellding 100 to 250 bushels per acre IlraveMrn Fall Victims to stomach liveraud kidney troubles as well as women and nil feel the results in loss of appetite poisons in the blood backache nervousness headache and tired listless rundown feeling but theres no need to feeli like Hat Listen to J W Gardner Idaville Ind He says Electric Bit ters are just the tiling for a man when he is all run down and dont careI whether he lives or dies It did more to give me new strength and good ap petite than anything I could take I can now eat anything and have a new lease on life Only CO cents at Perry Thomas Drug Store Every bottle guaranteed 3 Yr which ever way they inay theTact remains Judisputabje tthatthe Republican party f wedded to Imper ialism So many spouses has the GO P that it is likely to be expelled from Washington for polygamous alliances LADIES For relief of women Cites ter Taimy Tablets worth their weight hi gold Agafe and certain monthly rfgnfatof 1 a box VMvnooea CUtE Co trov29 ly Atlanta Ga Senator Wellington congratulated 3oyrnbreIecf Smithjon hIs triumphnow Tbe proispeoivo eFl1o s position to exclaim Deliver liiefrom my friends Extraordinary Offer The CrIMAX and tie Ohio Farmer weekly for 150 till January 1001 Ehe boat bargains ever offered in good reading The Ohio Farmer is clearly the leader of the agricultural1irts of America It is tim paperpracti cat reliable anti entertainmx Twenty weekly with liberal illiiKtr horn utd CQmpIemarketrfportsfro1l11L1l the lcaihiii market centers No farmers completewIthoutItYou about this great Agricuittiralpaper It will pay you in mid cents to read it a Tear Subscribe at once and get the full benefit of this great offer Sample waitvi4i When the size of the Republican ma Jority in Pennsylvania is taken into consideration it is hard to understand lust what tho Philadelphia Ilepubli cans would want with repeaters and yet a number were arrested at the last election in that city YsaysICough Cure It gave my wife immed lame relief in suffocating asthma quicklylung troubles lerryk Thomas The administration at Washington no longer disguises itsintention of taking part of the ultimate partition ofChina Shades of Washington and Jefferson what new insanity will McKinley de velopSWhat are the most important races that have gone to make up time great American people asked time visiting inspector in one of theEast Side schools in New York For the first time since school had opened Sportyboys hand was eagerly lifted anti the teacher tremblingly gave him his chance The Brooklyn Handicap the Brigh ton Beach races Guttcnhnrg Saratoga and those at Morris Park proudly answered time young hopeful Colliers Weekly It goes to every partMurdock Ofa tarrh Cure It cures Colds Hay lever ami all forms of Catarrh Price mailed on receipt of price See ad vortisinentM- UBDOCK CURE Co nov29 ly Atlanta Ua President McKinley can now devote his time to his message and especially to tliOEe paragraphs in which lie des cribes his unbounded love and charity for the Filipinos Wheatous expedition around to the back door ofhAgeys domicile pans o tllO better than the previous at tempts It may yet be necessary to sugar the wily little rascal AlasVsIsplendid medicine I prescribe it aui my confidence in it grows With eon tinued use It digest what yon eat dud quickly cures dyspepsia aud indi gestion Perry Thomas There Is small comfort for McKinley in the election returns To carry not one ot the states considered doubtful- in nu election preceding the President hal contest is no record for a 8elOnrl term aspirant Speaker Reed mar have ruled Con grass with an iron handjbnt it is dollars to doughnuts that he Is vanquished In his first go with his janitor of hid New York flat To Care a Ijlil in tine Day Take Laxative Uromo Quinine Tablets All drugiiials refund time money if It- alia to cure 25c EW Groves sig nature is on each box oct2oGm General Ludlow is back from Cuba and declares that schools not foilsare needed in the Island How will this comport with McKinleys sword point idea of carrying civilization to our na tional wards With Read Admiral Schley ordered to comman1 the South Atlantic squadron it wonld seem as though the Ad ministration idjQtrrying tile Sampson Schley war iu Africa I wonldut be without DeWitts WHuh Hue Salve for any considera RbodesCentqrfleklO and iskin diseases Jit ware of coiluter feits Perry 1 oll1l1 iIFrom all accounts the1 election in Maryland left tome deep seated politi cal heartaches which bear alt the traces of being incurable Senator Hoar feels sorry for lila par ty Ho is not alone in his grief since that Illinois chrysanthemum Billy Mason also thinks he must flock by himself PUTN FADELESS DYESDO NOT STAIN THE HANDS OR SPOT THE KETTLE j3qldbYQ L Searcy Wuco Ky Thomas AdPol o25lm Iql i if IHs only in accord with the eternal fitness of things that the crook should always be on mischief bent Ylr5W- IIGiE l tF I i U ijkr A Book for Young anti Old I ESI37B I 50000 i DISEASED i MEN CURED 1i f f WECUIl NERVOUS BLOOD sliM PRIVATE DI5AS a50OOCUREDL YOUlm mAn llavo you sinned a9 z1lnrt nature nlica ijtiinmt of the terrible crinio DitI3ouonlycondertim habit When too late to nvoiJ the te riblo rcsnlls wcro your cyo3 olocneol to your periU Did on Inter on in man IinodcnntraetanylRIVATEorJLOOIdzeao ymptomafHaroYou know JlKI ATUI rlliPFOil JtniarrietLaro you co- nsIalyliinizrtad Js marriaco a l failure wiUou on scCtrnt of any wc k ne caused Iy eaIy aluo or later ex ceescsjt lla o you been rucscj with mercury 1liis hooklet will poinlouUo fIilENT will irMJtirrly euro you U byIwo can ANY CUUAHU CAE Olt NO PAY Vo treat end cnrc KMISSIONS 4 a 1LEKTsrittorniiRVKKC IMU1I7S UNNATURAL DIS and niAIinRH ICIIAItIJH8lULINEY TEED CONSULTATION ont fret hy call write for for HOME jjENEDY KERGAN J 122 W FOURTH STREET R- ClHri 1 flKVri O R ii 9 E IuTlnNNoW shouldsettle beingover down to business and forget our few political differences We do not be lieve in a paternal govern ment and ask no special privileges or favors except that you favor us with an oportun ity to show you our well se lected large stock of New Goods and demonstrate that we can give you much better for your money RfTURN 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 Frumps 20c on up We make a Mixed Paint for 110 per gallon in white black and allshades of colois the best 011 market at any price Stock of Window Glass the largest and prices right Call on B QIMI WItL NG IUI STIIE- ETRICIIMONDKY =EQUAL TO ANY EMERGENCY The man is who has a good sound rc liable carriage under him He cat rest secure in the thought that whoi he has one of our well made reliahh phaetons carriages runabouts whalebone speeders or road carts that come what mayon time road his wagon neve will give way We have one of thE finest stocks of road wagons rocka ways aud rnbbertired tiuciMen in Rich mond JOHN DONELSON Propr Kentucky Carriage Works MAGNETIC HBAUNfl Originated by Prof S A Weltiber the most wonderful man of modern times Profs Wilson Konny Graduates of North Missouri School of MAGNETIC HEALING MoberlyMo will bo in RICHMOND on and after Nov C J890 to practice this wonderful method of caring ALL diseases with Qut time usjof drugs CURES under his method appear as if miraculous but such is not the case The metholror liagneuic healing as taught and practiced byPror Weltmer is purely Buipnliflc Magnetic healinu has beeh practiced in all ages with generationhashealing power to be a special gift PROF WKITMERTHK MOST WON DERFDT SCIENTIST OF TIlLS AGE has demonstrated that it Ts not A particularProfhealing Iii time forefront of all healing or curative powers IJy time wonderful application of his treatment its ellen powers reach every known disease Those who are afflicted with Rheuma tism Dyspepsia Liver and Stomach KidnoysHenrtkind Nervous Debility St Vitas Consumplionetc Lost Vitality Cancer Tumors and Goiters snttkon Chest Magnetic Treatment will reach any disease if properly applied It is knowing how that gives relief mind cures AVobolieve that any case of disease can t e cured byqdrireatment So do not dis pair t come geous Coosulta tIOR Free perwet4tM4 i f r tol2 mVl to 5 p i- n11i j ztiFURNITURE I QUIt II THANKSGIVING I 1I 1IRK c To IDS enjoyed must ts eaten from a hanaomo tab1e cornS4 bininTBeautyiiAND Strength0 I4To tear its loal of gookies i m We are prepared to furnish Tables Jti Sideboards VkLJ SI NEVILLE MOBFDLH L 220222 W Main StreetVDA Y PHONE 23 KY23RICHifiONDLV NiGHT PHONE m Tta Soalkta MUtU1 Invorncnt QI5 iV OF LEXINGTON KY 186000 PAID INLIVING BENEFITS ft 1 f 72 75460 RESER YE AND S URPL US g jV2VPLANTne Rncne fJfVWe pay the same profits to the living that Insurance Corn t iIVpanics pay to time estates of deceased largest profits consistent with safety and coasoratistVEvery precaution for the protection of tho investor For particulars apply toV47v SmITH BOWM2NSECRETARY LEXINGTON KY MRS A T MILLION Local Agent Richmond Ky jr IM RE AIRTIGHT HEATER I IIIs what you want in tpreference to all 71 others Reasons why you should get it and no Other It ffZusessubstantlaUyttbuilt air furnace It has 3 Piiface ifnndevenly ItisadoubleSheater No dirt 11em1patent ash flue It haS perfect regula tion and easy to Ope I crate The design I perfeetof the outside facing never burns off and is 7i bright all the year round For sate by TTiDtB AEFOfl i CQMANL i- 1A1NSTREET RICHMOND KY ++ +iE+ +++ ijfc fn j fi9 r fooi inrff e J j JIr 4 iThe Richmond Climax J C CIIBAULlroprietor-A D MILLUU easiness Manager C E WOODS Editor WEDNESDAY NOV 29 1899 f rUULIUHKUXVEKT WCDNICSDAT BT The Climax Printing Co iMtjrii IKU VKAU 1M THE Aiuleiwin News will accept our thanks for using in ita entirety onr column of ruuJom IlIItui on Lawreiice burg HON GUST JHJI Mnyut of Cin cinnati sends tho UMAX a letter ot thanks for publishing his great fspcevh on themunicipal ownership of public industries dolivend at Syracuse iuSep lumber The principle is one which as Mayor Tafol says if progress vu minds take hold of it will be sure to prevail in the end Mn B J NEWLON editor of the bivonton Ileral is being urged to enter the nice to Bucccotl the late Evan Settl in Congress Mr Newlonis a man of ability character and straight Democ racy bub to these qualifications adds the Hliifitrious virtues of a true chris tian and as such would do as mnrh to ornament the seat filled by tlio Pridi of Ashland as any gentleman whose name is mentiqaed as his successor Turnip is in the State of Maryland a Democratic statesman who could rome nearer to solidifying hh party and in Hpiringit with energy for a hopeful fight than any other man Will tin party throw aside this chance of win ning aiwl take up a defeated innnl AYhat prospect ill thnro that the voten of the countrv will reverse the result the election of 18307 Itichmoml Ky Rpgister There is not a Democrat living today who could bent Mr Ilryan for the nom iiihtion And as tlie istues for which he stands have not been sottled we prefer to fisht it out on that line am with him ns a leader until right con quers might if it takes all summer to do it BAUGHTER5 OF THE CONFEDERACY HOLD THEIR STATE MEETING IN RICHMOND Many Prominent Ladies Present The third annual meeting of the United Daughter of Confederacy of Kentucky was ln Id in Richmond Ky Nov 35 an continued two days Thulioinusnf Richmond were thrown open to tlio visiting daughters and we were disappointed that more did not come to charm ns with their graciou presence The meeting was preceded by a very beautiftd breakfast given by Mis the Madison Kemalo Institute j t Thursday morning Covers were laic f for twenty The table was most leauti fully decorated with Confederate colors r in nicnmt roses and white chrysanthe iIIIUIll8 vliilt it tlio guests plates wert artistically painted in Confeder ate flaps Miss Lloyd her pelf presides as toastmistress in a most gracious anc charminc manner The following programme was retv durcd INVOCATION The first ciwr e eonsfsting nf most Itilieioiirt viand hl nerved after which till Bonny Bine Flag was snug all joining in with ilui greattnt entlm insiii Second ronruo of RWe t bread and niaalirooiiHt ailtsr which Mrs Sulser ol Mayeville rertponilttl to the toast MY WAK EMKKIKNCKK giving in u niiwl illlln manner a kliort Hccoiiut uf fume of her exptri eiiew in the ixtiei She sniIln brief I hhu jts living in Lyiuhljnrg when John Kruwn WILt luing LUll how the hells were rung with joy from every KUrpkt and hill tp and sho believed t that was the tocain of the war Mie xvoiil from thorti to Mississippi in time lomctxle with tilt state and help in lilting out a company of ntudents from Oxfoid known as thn Union Grays Tliuv number one Imndrod the cla- they ruttcht Manasssw hut only four whun they returnetl from Gettysburg The presence of Mrs Sulser among those who sat around the boards giwe unusual ii toreht tn the occasion She is a sutur of Mr liiuton Hirrisort and a woman noted tor her great brillinacy f mind tier intereMing and heroic wor diiring the war fur the relief of the Confederate Holdier which has imver ceased up to the present time anl we are sure will continue so long as life fhulllas- tAilr Dixie was PIIIIH with all the soul that could cnmn from ttio heartsol twenty wom n a delicious third course was served Mist Lucia ItiriUMi then in her most CJ r COI LEXINGTON KY h hion I y ame of e s w Youve noticed how fickle the Fair Dame isaschangeable as the weather but you will find us lip to every change and this ear with the newest largest fairest iced line of seasonable goods we have ever offered 3ou Ladies Desks All woods styles and finishes S 500 S 750 1000 1250 1500 1800 OU Chin aai Rockns WBVER JIVE WE OFFERED NHVER HAVE YOU OWNED NEVER WILL YOU FIND Such dainty and Seantiful odd plecs Such luxurious Rockers etAinoqr the prrtiieU and most inter ostins GIFTS to bo foihvl anywhere this season are the celebrated COPLEY PRINTS in the quaint odd frames Abut 3 styles lure G L Brower EoIJ MAINLAND BROADWAY 0 LEXINGTON KY i i if l ohnrming and finished stylo responded to thA toast TUB HBIIOISJI IF WOMEN IN TIMES OP an shown by Miss Walworth of whom we inav fn iOods ways are best She has poured out her life when twes needed and be will take care of the rest Those who have been Ntv re l by hearing Miss linrnain oil similar occa sions lIetd not bo tiild that her woniler rill vereaiiliiy ond faniillarity with the subject made it posglblttforthoKnestn tll eiijiy a ranr treat Iroin her The prraenceof Mtsnes Kunvain ttie dHugh iterot Mnjir V Bnrnain lIlA of ho most prominent ami leading Kepuhli caiiH ul tht tate WHS H lnjiuiifnl ex prtwtin of hnw mnlially rennite are tlie llnngliters of th Confetleraty unit ihiweof the opposing bide thirty years ago Then fnlloweil Maryland my Mary laud which could nut have l een bet ter Hiing by ihe natives of that dear old sitHlo The fourth course was served aftpr which Miss Minva Park Phelps re npondetl to the toast TATIHOTOM OF WOMEN AS SHOWN nI HELEN GOULD MKS 1IEAKST AND MRS STANFORD War has Its glories but peace alao hath her charms Miss 1holps has in an unusual degree the gift of humor and poetic fancy Her felicity of oppression was well matched with the sparkling thought that lay beneath Hail Columbia was sung with that earnestness and sincerity that could only come from a people Fifth course was served after TIlE GOVEUNMENT was responded to by Miss May reading a poem by Sidney Ijinier America was sung when the Ruestt reluctantly bade adieu to fheir most gracious hostess and one of the most delightful functions of the season waS over to linger as a sweet memory oi those present Besides those mentioned were Mrs 0 D Chenault President of the local chapter Miss Poyntz daughter of Gen 3 M Poyutz of Ky Division of Confederate Veterans Mibses Scott Laura Lloyd and Dodson ol Maysville Mrs Hathaway President of Winchester Chapter Mrs Jas B MtCreary Mrs Chns B llolton Mfa Chas E Smoot Mrs L J Frazee Mrs Uobt C Stockton Mrs Uoy C White of Itichmoml Mrs Jas Reid of Col orado Miss Carnthers of New York Miss Florence Uarlow of Louisville associate editor ot The Lost Cauee Mrs Mat Walton Lexington The regular meeting was in the Masonic Temple which was most beautifully decorated with palms ferm and Confederate flags An exquisite vasonf the Winnie Davis rose sen by Nanz Neiiner of Louisville graced the table of the president BUSINESS MEETING The first business session was called to order Thursday at 2 p in bv Mrs Bull W Duke the State President fol lowed in prayer by the chaplain aftei which Mrs C D Chenault president of the local chapter of U D C de livered a scholarly and well pre pared address of welcome extend ing the delegates the hospitality ol the homes of Richmond which was re sponded to in a most eloquent short address by tit s Basil Duke followed a few well chosen words from Mis Florence Barlow- llpporls were given by the various stao olllcere Vice President Mrs A M Harrison Recording Secretary Miss Mabel Jones Corresponding Sec retary Mrs W B Grant Treasurer Mrs James Mitchell Historian Mrs Ben Ilardin Helm tho latter being ab sent her paper was rend by Miss lIen rietta Blackburn of Frankfort Reports were read from each of the chapters showing a wonderful increase in and interest which is due teethe untiring efforts enthusiasm love and influence of the State President Mrs Basil Duke HECET10N At 8 oclock all repaired to A full diets teception given at the Madison Female Institute the use of which wae tendered by Miss Lloyd the principal Iho invitations were limited to lift delegates and those entertaining dele trait and ho only reason that every home in Richmond was nut represented because there were not enough delegates to go around hence many of her citi zens were deprived of what would have been a delightful pltanure to them The invitation also included the vet era III who lent their presence to the occasion The evening being a cold inclement one some who are not as young as they were thirty ears ago could not venture out However the spacious parlors were comfortably filled The table was beautifully decorated in red and white ribbons and flowers and candelabras with red shades A delicious supper was served in courses by several pretty young girls in evening dress after which Mr Merrill of Van derbilt University rendered in the moat attractive manner an extract from Thomas Nelson Pages Courtship of Mars Oeorire taking ns back to ante helium days with so much realism we forgot for the tinio being that thirty five years had elapsed since such scenes were enacted and every face in the room beamed with expressions of pleasure and love at living over again the sweet old days of the past that are no more The recitation was applauded for teveral minute All returned to their homes feeling it was good to be a txjutheriier BUSINESS AGAIN The second session was called to or der Friday 10 a in bv the State Presi dent Mrs Basil Duke after prayer reports from chapters were continued A report from the chairman of the Historical Hall Committee Mrs Eugenia Dunlap Potts followed Mrs Potts needs no introduction to the peo ple of onr county or state being a writer of wide and enviable reputation an exeditor a woman prominent in charity and benevolent work whose husband was a Surgeon in the Con fed erate annv she herself having spent much of her time in Madison county cityHerthan usual interest touching largely upon the Historical Hall which the Coufed KyIIImiles in the state She ennmerated many very interesting relics in her own possession and also Gen John Bo d wish we had at hand to describe The building of this Hull is an enterprise very dear to every Con federatetdnd one in Which all should take a part anti we hope will be carried out that these valuable historical arti cles may be preserved to the future his torians and generations In the absence of Mrs Norborn Gray of Louisville the Regent of Kentucky room Mrs D S Reynolds read her report of the Ky room at the Con federate museum at Hichinoud VaA giving an account of the various arti cles of inUrest collected in the post year and placed there also of the pro sentationof thoshaitof Hie Virginia by the Ky room to the Confedeiate Memorial and Literary Society Selections were read by M lisa Florence Barlow from the minutes of the Nation al Convention bening upon the Unties of and Jf Interest to the state conven tion of the more important being the of the Jefferson Davie monll incut The Veterans have already collected over 20000 which they turn over to the Daughter to be used in ad dition to whatever they may add to build a monument in any styl the Daughters may deem besU All of the state officers were reelec ted for thejJDEUini year several dele gated paying most beautiful tributes of love and gratitude to theirdistinguiahed President Mrs Basil W Dnke who presided with such gracious dignity im partiality and wisdom their most effi cient Secretary Mrs W E Grant whose duties though a work of love are laborious and extensive Miss Jones Recording Secretary for her untiring and faithful attention to every detail Mrs Mitchell the Treasurer who guards the financial interest with a zealous care Mrs Ben Hardin Helm for her ever watchful vigilance in col lecting all that In obtainable for the archives of Confederate records A rare treat was reserved until the last consisting of a magnificent ad LexIJt1lZtonGeneral Mrs is a most delightful and finished speaker and upon the necessity of truthful g hand Sl down to future generatfoBfl nd ittimtkf that the just bi tofl a WM sot yet boeR M 1 r Itwas almost impossible for one of tho present generation to write impartially Harrison showed a thorough knowledge of her subject and that she was familiar with it from every stand poiut Her address was replete whh wise judgement nn l sound Ir Resolutions of thanks to tile citizens of Richmond fur their hospitality wer lR8 etl after whIch IIltYIIdj urned to meet in Winchester next November An idea of tlio rapid giowth of the ordtT may bo gained from tlie fact that one year ago in Kentucky there werd only seven nlmptnrs of the Daughters of the Confederanv iiawlheic uro 23 a Jllir nf 15 in twelve months with an ag gregate I6tal of 1100 members the largest ot any State Tho following Indies attouded tlio convention of the Daughters of the- eOllr ltrucy her lallt WCtk Jles lames Mary Cecil Ontrill Anna J Askew Georgetown Alex Duvall W II Park llnvling Green Emily Ma riott Nicholasville Geo W Sulser Maysvihe A M Harrison Will Etltlll Charlton Morgan Rolit Berry Eugenia Dnnlap PoUs JUd 8 Waltoll Lcxln tonE 11 Dickson Paris Jenmo C Ilean Wincliester B W Duke Ed Graut Dudley Heynolds Dennett 11 Young Thompson Moore Sophia Fox Sea HancockH W Bruce Hickman Gault Norman Gray Louis ville Joe Dealt a Cvntliiana Masses Mabel Tones Franklin Hosa Shelbj Todd Owensboro Josephine Carter Versailles Nancv VanMeter Shelby ville Mamie Scott Maysville Carne Feathering Winchester Blackburn Frankfort Janie Blackburn Florence Barlow Louisville PERSONAL Mr James Crntcher is quite ill Judge and Mrs T J Scott are in the city lIon S RB Black is out alter a spell of bilious foyer Mr and Mrs TE Arnold have re turned from Lexington Miss Bird Zarinp has returned from Cincinnati Mrs D P Armor is at home from Paint Lick Mrs D Bates Shackolford has been quite ill for several days Miss Ethel Hoacox of Lexington is visiting Mrs E Deatherage Mrs Belle McDowell is visiting Mrs Lucas Broadhead in Woodfonl Miss Susie Cromwell of Lexington is visiting Mrs Jas B McCrearv Gov McCreary left last week fom trip to his Mississippi plantation Mr Torn Collins the model grocer has recovered from a weeks illness Miss Margaretta Smith is at home front a two weeks visit to Louisville Miss Jean Anderson of Versailles was the guest last week of Mrs C E Smith Mr Sidney V Rowland 01 Dan iIle was a welcome visitor to Richmond last Friday Miss Susie Stuart of Winchester WILt the cuest of Mrs French Tiptior last week Hon W B Smith returned on Mon day from a horseback trip to Owsle and Jackson counties Mr Speed Smith returned to Wash III ton on Saturday after visiting his mother Mrs O C titniili Dr Jasper who was able to be out some weeks auo is hardly so well now and is confined to his room Mr J W Zaring and family have given up housekeeping ami taken rooms at the Henderson House Miss Supan Deatherairo entertained a number of friends on Tuesday Jast in honor of Miss Ethel Heacox of Lexing ton Mr Basil Duke Gordon a faithful at lache of this office was called to Kicho lasville on Saturday by the serious ill ness of his mother Invitations are out to the marriage on December 5 of Miss Jiinmie Bur naul MrCorniark and Mr T II Rant sey both of Paint Lick Misses Emily White and May Old haw ot White Hall returned last Fri day from the National Fox Hunters meeting held at Irvine Mr and Mrs Vernon Bepgs neo Miss Mabel Terrell of tt Louis are the guests of Mrs Elizabeth Miller and Mr and Mrs titanton B Hume Mrs Curran C Smith and Miss Mary Spencer attended the funeral of their relative Capt Archibald H Good loo who died on Monday in Lexington Mr and Mrs Samuel Hislo have re turned from their bridal tour and have gone to housekeeping at the Hisle homestead on Mudy Creek which was put in nice repair for the happy couples occupancy During the meeting of the Daughters of the onfederacy Miss Florence Bar low of Louisville was the guest of Misses Gallic and Lucia Burnam Miss Barlow remained until Monday and was the recipient of many attentions from numerous Richmond friends On Sunday she dined at Gov Mc trearys The attractive Miss Annette Riddell of Irvine in her usual charming man- n r entertained last Tuesday evening dancing was the principal feturejjf the evening and delightful refreshments were served at the usllal hour Tlio e present were Missos Emily White of Madison Ida and Kathorine Park An nie Wagers anti Maude Miller of Irvine Messrs Jeptlia Chenault of Rich mont Maurrice Miller of Winchester May Oldham of Madison J Walker Allen Hyatt of Lancaster V L Trigg of Glasgow and Willie Wil liams of Irvine The following announcement hand somely engraved was rtceived last WPA n John B Chenanlt Lida J Burgess Married Novetnber twentysecond eighteen hundred and ninetynine Mayoville Kentucky Mr and Mrs Chenault are spending tlieir honeymoon in the East alter which they Kill return to Richmond and repair to the elegant home of the grooms rjareuts Mr and MrtfThofl D Chenaultat Cumberland View four miles east of Richmond Mrs Mary W Williamson writes an interesting communication to the CM MAX from Asheville 1l C which will be printed next week It is writ ten in the inimi able style of that gift ed lady and deals with the wondrous beauties of the Land of the Skyn She tells incidentally of the great chick iranoh at Biltmore the Vander bllt eMtate whereon a thrdlDlII liondollar palace The grounds are quit small only eightyfour thousand acres Mrs Williamsons address Ss5H VYoodfiu street AsheviHe N O sayx she We like it here but we miss our tlear Richmond fii Dds And we maj loelyladyher the affection and respect of all The niusic club bearing the name of The Cecillan Club organized last year with Mrs W G Whit President Mrs UPO W Pickels VicePrrBident Mrs Neale Bennett Secretary and Treasurer is a verymuch olive dub of twentytwo members In looking over last years work it fs apparent that hard study and untiring devotion on the part of the members were the fac tors that contributed to its splendid success Wo had enthusiasm and force sutlicieiit to withstand discouragements and BQ united were out efforts and so full of love for the irresistible art that we have steadily grown not only in numbers but in the knowledge of musical history musical forms musi cal biographies and musical iuterpro tionb The object of the club in for the mu tual help anti benefit of its members also for the development ora broader musical taste and btandard in our com aprealshotgives us not the real but the ideal VVe have had this fall three most en joyable and instructive meetings The for the year will be varied with selections from oar own American composers aBwellas th lld master- With Mm G W Pickels President Mrs B L Middelton YicePreeident and Mn HNrv r Secretary Strike For Your Altars jf and Your Fires Patriotism is always cn men able hut in every Breast there should be not only the desire to be a goo c en but to be strong able bodied hattle- of iiftfijfffiif mtJi fe To V fJ this pure blood is absolutely neces sary and Hoods Sarsapa rilla is the one c which cleanses the Blood thorough ly It acts equally well for both sexes and all ages Humor II When Ineed Uoo purifier I lie Hoofs SfspT3t Roared my honor and is erodTerrf AS a nerve tone fosie ton Stafford Springs Ct 111 wuu Never Diappcnt Uoodf Hill ear llTerlll U coulrrlutlng and utbUe tit take wIl1 Ilanapu1Ua and Treasurer we will surely realize our fullest desire for a successful years work The members of the club are as follows Mesdaraes J T Akers Iseale Bennett R U Burnam J Lewis Booker C G Crooks Harvey Chenault C S Holw n H B Hanger J V Lo gan John McCHntockB L Middelton W S Oldham H L Perry G W Pickels W G Whiteand Misses Olivia Baldwin Helen Bennett Ruth Crowe Anna Frazee Julia Higgins Maria willie Smith and Birdie Zaring So works this music on the earth God 80 admit it send it forth To lidd another worth to worth W More interesrttfg personals on first page MARRIED HURSTDYKES MrBenjamin Hurst of Richmond and Miss Ratio Dykes of Ford were united in marriage nt 2 oclock Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs Elkin on West Main street The ceremony was performed by Kev Herbert Martin in the of the Immediate friends of the contracting parties Mr and Mrs Hurst went by the evening trainlo their new home at Richmond Lexington Herald 24th DEATHS GOODLOE Capt Archibald IIGood loe 67 years of age died of paralyses on Monday at Lexington He was the youngest son of the late Judge Wm C Goodloe and a retired U S army of flcer and had relMives iu thin county among them being Mrs G C Smith and daughter Miss who attended tlie funeral at Lexington yes terday Intestine Removed By Physicians Drs Gibson and Frazee were called to Irvine last week to operate on young Rose who was accidentally shot in the bowels about three weeks ago when Judge Tharp was shot by Squire No land They removed about fifteen inches of Roses bowels that had been lacerated by the shot The operation had been delayed beyond reason but the doctors expressed a hope that he might yot recover Shot Injhe Side A wellknown citizen whose name is withheld by request while out bunting with a friend recently had one side of his body from shoulder to his knees sprinkled with shot He says his eye sight was spared by Providence as he had a premonition of danger and turned his back and threw his arms across his face just before the shot was fired He says he and life friend got separated when his companion called to him and as he answered ho put up his arms as described and was peppered with the contents of tho Kun If we did not know the parties were the best of friends the suspicion might arise that one of the partics was in quest of big ger game than partridges An Entertainer Par Excellenco How perfectly excellent was tho en tertainment by Prof A H Merrill may be ascertained by asking any one of the audience that heard him at Masonic Temple last Thursday evening We confess that our praise however lavish is not always accorded with absolute unreserved ness as in this instance And knowing from inquiry that our estimate of the entertainment is herd by many critics present we find it dif ficult to do justice to tilt speaker or his effort so far do they surpass our praise hence we quote the language of the re nowned Professor of English Literature of the University of Virginia Dr Chas W Kent as most nearly expressing the one prevailing opinion here It is difficult to tell whether Prof Merrill please most by his selections his re finement his personality or his art but this is certain that all combined make him a most charming entertainer and we add hh was the best enter tainment of the kind ever in Richmond TERWe learn with pleasure that an effort will be made to have Mr Mer rill who is Instructor of Elocution at Vanderbilt University to spend a month here especially to train students of Central University in declamation and oratory when our citizens will have opportunity to better know one of the most gifted and charming gentlemen it has ever been our honor to meet John B Emory Deada Remarkable Predic tion The death of John B Embry of yol low fever In Cuba was announced by cable last Thursday to his fanjily at Nicholasville Apennitwaa obtained to bring his body home via New York end it will be buried in Lexington tomorrow Owing to tIle deadly disease of which he died the caskot was or dered to be hermetically sealed in or der to bring the body through the States Deceased was fi SIlO of Mr Talton EiiibnrSr of Louisville and brother of lrr J Embry of White Halland of the late Mrs U C Heath of this rJty and brother of Henry F and G AV Embry of Louisville and Tal ton Embry Jr of Cincinnati Mr Einbry who was ono of the leading cat tle men of Kentucky had been in Ha varia Cuba only a short while and was superintending the construction of the Union Stock Yards at that Point when attached bv yellow fever dying in three days BTBANOE TBEDICTIOI7 On October court day the CUICAX w informed John Erabry was In Rich mond mingling with his friends for liere as elsewhere he was very popular Hemet Mr W W Watts a proD1i1i J1t citizen of this place and owner df a large cattle ranch in Texas who ad vised MrEtnbry not to go to Cuba to live because said he a man inured to a climate like Kentucky cannot live safe lfyougoII talkintfc brywjw sick only rthree days He leaves a wife Iwo daughters and aBob to wfebwi Ttiwf i wfwWiy f a1iii exveiwl 4 i I iY Csmbs WiHlWntestiKrf Harris El s t JSat Jeinfhe Ill6td Y1J n wllich Legislative Contests rcduldjbe filud a number rcgllteAI6 n lIp tIyholhwere defeated for tho Legislature in the recent election on the face of tho returns Among thuso na the contest filed t y the 01 lIulI W W Vow Lt- iofWac Ij18t hiSlfucl S8flll It putj licanajiponoiit Hon W T IInrrilOr understand that amons othergronidHiJcQntest Mr pinhsal leg s irnpularities in nIiCtlllllon wollow ami Biggerstatl precincts Tlie exact allegations which Mr combs proposes to prove we are not able ac curately to give not having swn Ids papers before they were tiled on Satur day We understand however Hint he will BIlk that Bearwallow prcciiit be thrown out because the election was not held by secret ballpt but fhatr vot ing was done openly in disregard of the election law At Duncannon seven were thrown out two of which were Republicans because a pencil was used instead of the regulation stencil This anti other alleged distinguishing marks caused the officers to throw out those ballots the Democrats losing five votes thereby The trouble in BiggerstaiT was that the ballots gave out and nineteen Democrats and six Republicans did not vote at nil If the Legislature considers these valid grounds for unseating Mr Harris his majority of 4 will be over come by a considerable margin as Barwallow gave a Republican majority of 50 and the five Democratic ballots thrown out at Duncaunon and the 19 not voting at BiggerstafT will more titan pffcet tho Republican majority The contest is generally a surprise as itjvas supposed that the decision of the County Commissioners left no room for doubting that the result as then an nounced would be acquiesced in and final But the Legislature like Con gress fs the judge of the qualifications and election of it own and there will be warm times at Frankfort when that augnst body assembles next months The CLIMAX does not attempt to pass upon the merits of tIe question in ease and simply gives the news as it comes to us without furthercoin ment A Spirited Contest at Kirksville Last Friday afternoon the people of Kirksville and vicinity were treated to an old fashioned Spelling Bee It was a contest between tho schools taught by Prof Chris Farris of Hajran School and Prof Harris of Elliott In stitute IiTorder to make It interesting and to stimulate the pupils to do their best Mr ReS Brown an enterprising merchant of Kirksville offered a fine gold medal to tho best speller Mr J B Walker another well known merchant gave as second prize a fine oil paiAting whilo Mr Kanford the best harness lngbridlefeated side At 1230 oclock the old bell Wit tapped and a wild about went up from the pupils of the Institute which evidenced the approach of Mr Farris and his school who came at a 240 pace In twohorse wagous phaetons buggies etc Mr Farris occupied a in tho center of the piocessiou carrying a large flag in the center of which was a lone star supposedly to represent the biggest Uhing1 in tilt yelledlikeAt 1 oclock Rev Zeruow of Kirks pruyerdterInstitute sang My Old Kentucky Home By this time tho house was packed with anxious parents and friends who had come to witness the contestMisses Lena Palmer and Etta Whit lock who had been selected to pro nounce the words did their part to perfection When the two schools lined U11 for the battle every face showed a cepr ruination to do his best Everything moved along quietly for about two hours after which some of the bet spellers began dropping out till only about five were left on either side Then the interest became exciting This lasted about thirty minutes when only one on either side was loft to decide tho championship At this junco turn the crowd went wild It was with great difficulty that the words could be pronounced sufficiently loud to be heard Just as the clock struck lour Mies Mary Hughes who had so bravely contested for Mr Farris School went down in defeat leaving Miss Mary Ham standing as champion of Elliott Institute It is useless to add that this spellingbeeupontbemselves PAINT LICK Miss Alma Lear is on the sick list Miss Lan DllOnl Farkes is vising Mrs W W Watts We are glad to note tho continued improvement of Mrs W T Tevis Mr and Mrs J H Robinson of Lan caster visited the latters mother Mrs E J Wallace this week Mrs M J AVilmore and daughter have moved to their new home in Rich mond It is with regret that Wegive up our very estimable neighbors but our loss means gain UT you Mi T 11 Ramsey relumed from Arkansas Wednesday On Tuesday December 5th Mr Ramsey will lead to the hymeneal altar Miss Jiramie Mc- Cormack tho beautiful and attractive daughter of Mrs Barali McCorinackand one of the most popular young ladies of our community Mr Ramsey istlie second son of lr Bnrdetto Ramsey and if worthy young man STATE OP OHIO CITY OP TOLEDO LUCAS COUNTY SS Frank J Cheney makes an oath that he is the senior partner of the firm of F J CHENEY Co xloing business in the city of Toledo county and Stte paythoeach and every case of catarrh that can HLLPCATAllnUFRANK J CHENEY Sworn to before me and subscribed in mp presence this 6th day of Decem ber A D 1888 A W QLEASON- r Notary Public SEAL v Halls Catarrh Cure is taken inter nally and nets directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of tho system Send for testimonials free F J CHENEY Co Toledo O old by drupnst 75c Halls Family fills are the llest1m FOR RENT The residence of the late HighStJohn A Higgins noy29tI PUBLIC RENTIMG OF GRASSLAND The undersigned yillon Friday December 1 1S99 at 3 oclock p m rent for the year 1900 to the highest bid der 280 Acres of Xandr situated at Duncannon and known us the John A Dun can The landris all n- bluegrass well wajiered iand will be ill re par eels 1 Terms made kiitfwn pit day of sale 1I1tC r V flr t i I r t i l si i j J11 iNj f1f1 am 00 The Ultra 350 JFOR LADIES lowTne FAD IN RI H ND VIARNING T HUNTBR Mrs Ellen V Gibson hereby notifies the pabllc that be wijt Slot tolerate hunters on her Any person caught on the premises with cn will prosecuted to the full extent of the law CHEAP RATESON ACC UNT O- FThanksgiving Day VIA BIO POUR ROUTE BIgFourlIons within a distance of Mile from start Ing point at a rate of ONE anil ONETHIRD FAKE FOB THE ROUND TRIP Tickets wilt be good for return to and Including December full information and as to oDlItFourWARREN J LYNCH W P DEPPE oeD PassTkt Agt AGPT Agt CINCINNATI OHIO WANTED LAUNDERING ELABORATE WORK is our specialty Dont mince matters hut call on ns when you wish 1q 5rtdone Ve have the machinery tlio skilled help and years of experience that etjahles us to ttb the 3tS a iqwith eatisfaction to our patrons If anyone can suit you we cnn Prove us by a trial As to prices we know theyll pleaso you- RICHMOND STEAM LAUNDRY DEAD ANIMA1 WANTED I will move free of charge carcasses of horses anywhere in Madison county I will pay in cash 50c for every dead hog Will pay S150 per carcass for dead cattle and I will move them at my own expense m BrQQmn lQ ORANGE ST RICHMOND KY aSTelephone 68 care llurst Fowler nor84w is 1W flyiulh ROCK The TRUE BLUE Strain Cockerels for sale 200 Trios 500 This completes my 21st year of breeding the one va riety exclusively MRS M F ARBUCKLE Stlrer Creek Madison Co Ky nolZl3m 100000PEOPLE And in order to get their DENTISTRY to do I have decided to GREATLY REDUCE PRICES between now and Janua ry 1 1900 If you have aching teeth if you want gold bridge work or teeth without plates if you want the best set of artificial teeth in the world if your fillings are falling out if 3Tour present teeth are getting loose if your old plates are wearing out if you want porcelain inlay fillings if your natural teeth are getting loose if you are troubled in any way with your teeth it will pay you to see Dr Hobson and get his special prices on work before you have your work done All work done in best possible manner and guaranteed to give satisfaction References Anybody Dr Hobson has done work for and for further information call on DR VALETINE Ho HOBSON Next door to Postoffice Richmond Kentucky CATARRH CAN BE CURED MURDOCHS CATARRH CURE ID GOES TO EVERY PART SURE SAlE AND PLEASANT For years hu the medical fraternity sought a reliable md sore cere for Catarrh In this endeavor many hundreds of nostrums have been offered to a suffering public and the health of thousands hare been completely ruled by taking them these various compounds the wont forms of Dyspepsia Sprays and ointments are also worthless as it is impossible to reach the affected parts in this manner Murdochs Catarrh Otira It a new and scientific areparatton and is to be smoked In a pipe thereby the fumes and smoke going over the entire system affected bjrthe disease It aUformstime No matter how little you are affected dont delay treatment Catarrh cornea often from lotasWEEKLY A3K A TRIAL TO CONVINCE Mailed to any address pre paid on of price Put itp in tin boxes 100per box MURDOCK CURE Co treatment foe 30 days Atlanta Ga nov29ly q 5 01 Im to ascertain its condition you may find that a bomeFEI E3 J STOVES OR RANGES For heating or cooking ivecan please you For parlor dining room rk Ltreliayp j III Sthe latestI II l HEATMAKING APPARATUS fj m 3 i One of the AcoRN BADiATOR atLOur price mIiscertainlyb rga ntalk that yitl make III our store ri TAYLOR BROS c a CIe rY C1C i If ii 10 0 fAll 011 co 00 8 e e Ij The Bieest e qZ I Brightest andg0 I Best Displayil 09 0 e Dont fail to stop in and see what wehave Oijb Wash Fabrics Outing Flannels light and dark ground solid co 1costripes and checks extra heavy fi neIquality at lOc per yd Good values c also at o and Sic co 0 Eiderdown Cloaking Flannels good quulaity solid white pink and olive ate35 and 49atSKIRTS Ladies Outing Underskirtsft39 irjches long 2J yds wide 25c e Net Fleeced Lined Skirts a teprice Black Net Skirts 50c KNIT UNDERWEAR o Good warm garments vests 19 25 and e 50c Union Suits 25 50 and nn Ca1 st BLANKETS AND COMFORTS 0 Just come and inspect them See the t bargains in these winter coverings u Prices extremely moderate A nice good size blanket 4nOJ I SILK WAIST PATTERNS = 0PImn and fancy a variety of color and e styles every piece new the very best at the price Splendid values 0 RIBBONS FinQ a all silk ribbons in the new color effects for neck and belt 25e per yd e e Euiicy figured croton per yd- 8i 1 10 and 15c i Floor Oilcloth in different widths and patterns Clarks Thread 3 spools for lOcts ttSFDonfc fail to call Yours Respectfully SATISFACTI Is our aim the goods behind our promise is our living g feIiFor anything and everything jjj kept in a firstclass Purni te ttire Store you will find 11 it at if W S OLDHAMS SUCCESS9K T0 BKQERSTAFF OLDHAM UNDERTAKING UNE COMPLETE Day Phone 76 3 ight 136 Ic EfofeW T5m dn1 t f ITS NOT THE PRICE YOU PAY i JI For Your Living Every Day But Its What You Get For Your Money i 6 I You nrty be a millionaire you may own a palace fair I ioolIII a land that ever flows with milk and honey I + MONEYG may pay the biggest price but that really cuts no icel 1ifcrf J l g GRADEBOOTS J be offering this fall We guarantee to save you money on each purchase Gall and seeus and be I convinced that we carry most complete line of Boots andShoes found in Richmond and at 2 prices that will please you 6 I i RICE ARNOLD The Richmond Climax RUNESDAY NOV 29 1899 Dr Hobson Deiittst- IreI1IstorjcorLt described on first jae Yanerb beat 0 U 2116 at a h ittQ tlr1ay iihjj1 pastries In abu ad- atii c Mii 4io ZIminers Hotel Bakery IjanOO Mr Elza Million county judge eld will be inducted into officeun lit ieinber 4 Thero la task of Mr J M Thomas uf Ford buying the Southern Lumber Company plant nt Valley View Frt ne yearlings from Mc Stted sold At Lexington Ifty at an average of S103 per head I Virgil Suttou WW McOoy and tiill Irnther aro to be tried for nrtirdei 4n Iii Garrard circuit ottTt now In sj no Too 155 L Is ruins makes close coiutvctioira at Winchester with the C A t miits fur Lexington arriving thereat VIp m The C W 1k M will observe Ed motional nay First Wednesday alter riiHHi in December in basement oJ itluistiaii Church All friends invited ti1 Overton H Chenanlt of Lex iiiyiin bought of John K Madden their Mt thoroughbred stallion Itussell wiiitiif of Brooklyn Handicap price ir W Aldrige of Eetill and Mrs MiTva While of llichtnnnd were nanicil Wednesday at the residence ill Brides brother Mr Alcom at for way If you have any oak ash poplar or Wi tllt logs or truus und wish to sell Hitin lor cash write or iall on Boy fOlEH CO IIVi ltkll illlOlaliville Ky Fresh fingers cakes pies rolls breadoyster patties etc at Zimmcr Hotel Bakery IjanOO We have some special prices on vehicles for the next 30 days Also 1 McSherry wheat drill at a bargain tf HIGGINS LUZON bredPlymouth perdozenThey1 Eggs 15 for BO rents Mia H CotYEir- Tsopt20tf Richmond Ky Wanted A harness horse to keep for its feed luring winter Best care Address Horseman Lock Box 461 Richmond Ky flew Livery Firm Messrs Jim Gibson and John Tur ley have formed a partnership and will today commencn tonducting the livery business at the big Fox stable on Main street recently operated by Thos Gihson deceased The youny men are well known and popular and will at ten strictly to businef ensuring to the trndo perfect satisfaction Mr Gibson is the only son of the late pro pietor and Mr Turley is a sou of Squire Green Turley Together they area ood team and will do w- ellOVERCOATS Gouington 5 Mitchell r flADIES B 1 I S 4Our assortment of Ladies JacketsFurs apes Childrens Wraps of all descrip V Lions We have not the time to describe 1each article but can safely say that we a3V have aJS =Stock of Wraps= to suit one mid our PRICESarel the LOWEST on high grade goods and 110 other firm in the City can compete with us We are offering a select line tJt of Jackets at following prices S2 00 t224 3oo 2 4 49 I 674 I 800 i i You will find in this lot a complete assortment n-t rofcolors modled after patterns of recenttcut and made of materials that we tcommend for durable wearin fact such4fI as willpiease and attract the eye as Jrwell as give satisfaction in price 41f- 11 must see these before you liavc made- p your mind to purchase a wrap c See our Tailormade Suits for Ladies ifyou think of buying as it will pay you LADIES GENTS AND CHILDRENS HOSIERY The values in this Department can not be EjJr UStLADIES DRESS GOODS AND A SPECIALTY 1 If in want of MILLINERY call and see us we can save you maney cRepeczfizlly Submitted to Cash Trade EV ELDER AGENT FOR ACALLPATTERS 1 4 You may be a Son of Toil amid the worlds turmoil Have to hustle every day and thats not funny e belowDependon A the S irailiiann entire We have some special prices on vehicles for the next 30 days Also 1 McSherry wheat dril at a bargain tf H icoIKS Losox Death Caused by Pain in many teeth because the dentist failed to treat the tooth right See Dr Hob son about your achiug teeth HOW to Enjoy Christmas Have your teeth repaird or new ones made by Dr Hobson Prices reasona ble and work of the finest quality Did Not Know that a lower 60t of teeth made right will not rattlo or make he mouth sore Try Dr Hobson Dentist Richmond Ky Residence Sold Monroe Lackey of Vaco bought theltamsey property on Broadwayand B streets on Saturday at public sale for S2250 This is certainly very cheap for this property Bagged Over One Hundred Mr Waller Chenault and a friend spent two days last week hunting and bawd 116 of the Bob White family Father Chenault is OLe of the crack shots of the Richmond Gun Club For Sale Eighteen and one quarter acres of good land two miles east of Richmond an the Irvine pike For particulars call on or address x REV AT TniuBLE IjanOO Richmond Ky New Wall Paper House in Richmond The drug firm ol Perry Thomas has installed a perfectly beautiful linn ot wall papers and have Mr W L Leeds a skilled artist to hang and decorate rooms to suitnil tastes and purses No trouble tq show goods auj23tf Strayed or Stolen From my premises on Tuesday night November 7 a wbite female setter with lemon spots on body nail hips speckled face and long tail Will pay 5 fur return of same to under signed Th R TKVIS Richmond Ky nov5tf Important Train Changes Partiescan leave lucre now at 155 IlL making close connection at Winchester and arriving in Lexington at 330 a trip of one hour and thlrtyflve minutes Returning trains leaves Lexington at 535 arriving in Rich mond at 720 thanksgiving Services Tomorrow At eleven oclock tomorrow morning a union Thanksgiving serviso will be held at the First Presbyterian Church sermon by Rev H G Turner of the Methodist Church An elaborate musical program pipe organ accompaniment will be rendered New Train For Berea There is talk of petitioning theLNt- o make Berea the terminus of the evening train that stops here at 720 It would have to leave Barea about 145 a m Berea is the largest village in the county and can probably furnish traffic to justify the extra mileage Telephone to College Hill College Hill is now in telephonic thellinefield Panola and Rice Station to Irvine We trust the work willnot cease until every hamlet and half the farm houses in the county have talk ing machines Shot in Texas News reached here one day last week of the shooting of Collins Sale in Texas who while hunting discharged- his gun the load mangling his arm The injured member was amputated but the operation had to be repeated the arm being taken oil at the shoulder joint He may die tier TwentyFirst Year This is the twentyfirst year that Mrs M F Arbnckle ot Silver Creek has been breeding ono variety of chick ens cxclusivelyBlue Barred Plymoth Rock Hers is the true blue strain prize winners and are m constant demand She has for sale a number of roosters at 2 and trios Ii See ad with game cock in another column R N B Extension Judge W G Gourley of Beatty ville Ky one of the directors of the new Louisville Atlanta railroad the old R N IB railroad was in Louis ville Monday in tho interest of the road Judge Gourley says that tho extension of the road from Beattyville to the sea cost will be built but he is unable to gay when the work will begin as Vhe Eastern capalists who have charge ot the work have postponed it fora ti- meSUITS CoViaftoa A Mitchell j CentreC U 8ime ExfiufilSrt Rates Central University and Centre Col loge will play foot ball on Thanksgiving Day tomorrow in Danville The Louisville Atlantic R R B N I B will sell roundtrip tickets at one fare train leaving at Dl5 a m return lug at 8 oclock The game will probably result O U 22 C C O The Metfll Sister Messrs Stockton Hagan were unfortunate in coming out 50 or be hind with their entertainment at the Masonic Temple Friday night There wore too many attractions in town at the same time AVe hope these gentlemen will be reimbursed for their loss They had a fine attraction although the leading soprano was too ill to appear Hunling in the Mountaln Mr J Miller Ward and brother Mr j Quncy Ward of Paris and Messrs James W Smith and Harvey Chenanlt- of this city left on Sunday for the mountains to spenda few days in hunt ing They carried several fine bird dorS and plenty of ammunition and as they are four of the best shots in Kentucky Brer Rabbit Bunny and Bob- White had better look a leetle out I In Foot Ball Circles C U which has not lowered her colors to aliv Kentucky college this year was defeated by VanderbIlt 2116 Tomorrow we play at Danville Princeton beat Yale 1110 on Saturday JR Bigga quarter back on fJ U team in 95 played right end and made one touchdown for Rose Polytechnic when she won her game Saturday lO from Louisville Y M C A Thanksgiving Services Union Thanksgiving Services will beheld this year In the First Presbyterian church tomorrow Thursday at 1030 a m All of the ministers of the city will take part in the services Rev H G Turner of the Methodist church will deliver the address A beautiful musical program has been arranged by Mrs J T Akers director of the choir DenmJJmmannelMr Flora i HolyFear Dudley Buck Ol-dhamSoloMlu Carnthers llywnCoronaUonOVEPUCOATZ flII J i1ll1i1i Covington Mitchell Rev Mr Barnes Tomorrow That lovable Christian and powerful advocate of Christ and Gods Love whose fame has circled the earth Rev One O Barnes will begin a series of meetings in the lower court room tonight at 730 and continue for several evenings Everybody invited Mr Barnes is the guest of Mr and Mrs T J Smith Irvine Land Loin Investment Co The CLIMAX has just completed a nice line of job work consisting of letter heads envelopes deeds etc for the Irvine Land Loan Investment Co of Irvine ColW O Riddell the efficient secretary of the above company was here Monday and informed tho CLIMAX that business at that point la very satisfactory indeed Shot in the Face While put bunting last week Capt Jim Alluian caught a portion of the con tents of a shot gun in his face the shot striking him beneath the right eye and leaving an ugly wound about the size of a silver dollar An inch higher and the Captains eyesight would probably have been destroyed As it Is he escaped with a slight wound and a bad scare Ladles Will be Glad to Htar This Mr Zimtner acknowledged to be the best baker ever in Richmond will put on sale at the Hotel Zimmer next door to CLIMAX office every day fresh poetries such as lady fingers jelly rolls pies cakes of all kinds Iced fruits and plain chocolate eclaircs and Tine black cakes Leave orders for oyster patties light bread rolls or bakers bread A nice stock of the above kept on hand in office of the hotel Try a samplo order and thereafter you will not waste time cooking these things at home Wleat Crop Suffers in Garrard A telegram from Lancaster says Several prominent farmers in this section in town today said that the only salvation for the wheat crop is the speedy Arrival of cold weather The Hessian Try ia playing havoc with the advanced crop and a noW pest has developed in the shape of a qtnall white worm which is working at the root ot the crop and destroying it by the acre Farmers are much puzzled at the at rival of this new pest and claim they have never seen anything like it bg lore Zwphaia IB the wrong pIe CMWI ttM w kuss it would latl c i+ vvtf SUCCESSORS TO WALLACE RICE eAilo6 JI SUITS Covington Mitchell Novel Election Wager If Wm Goebel succeeds Governor Bradley as the chief executive of Ken tucky Jason Tudor a Republican has agreed to allow his Democratic friend John Kelley to baptise him in a pond near Cottonbnrg On the other hand if Hogjaw Taylor is seated Mr Tudor wilt have the pleasure of immersing the Honorable Kelley in the shilly waters of tho same pond Without wishing Mr Tudor any harm we do want to be spared the infliction of four years more of the catfishmouth states man from Butler HeadacheBiliousness constlpa tion and all liver ills are cured by Hoods PillsThe nonIrritating cathartic Price 25 cents of all druggists or by mall ol CL Hood Co Lowell Mass Let xour life oppose slander and like the sole of your shoe itwihl gradually wear away 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 Galishe Under date of November 4 18P7 from Vryburjt Bechnanaland he writes Hefore starting on the last campaign I bought a quantity of Chamberlains Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy which I used myself when troubled with bowel complaint and had given to my ipen and in every case it proved most beneficial For sale by Perry Thomas novllm Dont jest with strangers Nine times out of ten they will misunder stand you Take care of the stomach and the health will take care of itself If peo pie only realized the soundness of that statement the majority might live to a good old age like Moses the eye un dimmed the natural force unabated- It ft is in the stomach that the blood is made It is from the stomach that nourishment is dispensed to nerves and muscle If the stomach is weak it cant do its whole work for each part of the body If it is diseased the dis ease will taint the nourishment which is distributed and so spread disease throughout the body It was the reali zatiou Of the importance of the stomach as the very center of health and the common source of disease which led Dr Pierce to prepare his Golden Medical Discovery Diseases which originate in the stomach must be cured through the stomach The soundness of this theory is proved every day by lunltsblondbywhich Is solely and singly a medicine for the blood and organs of digestion and nutrition It is a temperance medicine containing noalcoholwhisky or other intoxicant The kindhearted man feels bitterly the difficulty of exercising himself without accusing others If you are suffering from drowsiness in the dry time irritability of temper sleepless nights general debility bead ache and general want of tone of the system use Herbine You will get re lief and finally a cure Price 50 cents Perry Thomas novllm Like evil itself yirtue often shrinks from the light but from what different mqtiveal He plays welt that wins Hoods Sarsaparilla wins the victory over dis ease because it possesses genuine curs the power A pessimist is a mairwho growls be cuuse he cannot wear bis shoes interchangeable Sal Blood Onto Tree Eating Sores Tumors Ulcers Can cer of the Nose Eye Lip Ear 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 Per sistent Sores Blood and Skin Blew ishes Sciofula that resist other treat ments are quickly cured by B B B Botanic Blood Balm Skin Eruptions Pimples Red Itching Eczema Scales Blisters Reft or Brown Patches Blotches Catarrh Rheumatism etc are all due to bad blood and hence easily cured by B B B Syphilitic Blood Poison literally system by B B B Botanic Blood Balm in one to five months B B B does not contain vegetable or mineral poison One hot tie will test it in any case For sale b druegists everywhere Large bottles samplebottlemall When you write describe symptoms and personal free medical will be given Address Blood Balm Co 433 Mitchell street Atlanta Ga july20lyr Thfi first thing requisite in all inter courses between men ia honesty Itwill not be surprise tGauv who are at all familar with tho good qualities of Chamberlains Cough Remedy to know that people everywhere take experionoeIuand in telling 6f the benefit have received from it of bad colds it has cured t of threatened attacks of 11eu monia it has averted andoUhocbil ofcroufandWbooplng oeod swtdle F r 1ft1oe Vy Ferry A T i 4 0 J J INDUCEMENTS EITRAQRDINhRY ff THE Busy Bee Cash Store e Sko t cmQ The appended items are intended only to show how reasonable are our prices and how great are uiio iuum umvi offered to early fall purchasers also af a drawing card for giving you some idea of the magnitude of our fall stock The beauty of our SressFabHcs Show the inspirations of the Loom Artists of France England Germany Switzerland and America d Never before have the good people of Madison and adjoining counties had such an enormous stock of goods to select their fall purchases from as we are now showing Shelves counters Ledges and even the very floors upstairs and downstairs are clean 1ig and groaning 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 greatsyndicate of three the largest stores in Central Kentucky willbe shown to a custo mers this fall that is not in itself a GENUINE BARGAIN DRESS GOODS Eff AVo nro 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 line ot beautiful all woolmixtures double width and Rret ty and stylish for lOc per yd worth 39 We are showing the handsomest line of Crepons in the market this season Prices from 29c per yd up the fine im ported weaves that go out freely at 248 per yd We are showing a complete line of Venetians Broadcloths and weaves adapted to tailormade suitings Our prices quoted on these lines will be much lower than you can expect them to be MIOnrenable you to make a quick selection and get tho 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 we have cut to the heart in every line We never had a more complete stock of Children School Shoes Ladies Fine Shoes Ladies Work Shoes Mens Fine Shoes Men s and Boys Boots and everything to be found in a firstclass shoe store and prices we aro naming on them are mov ng them out in nags Carts and Walt ons Dont wait to get your shoes come now We are agents for the Regina Shoe it is mode on all the new style lasts and it is the best S300 shoe for ladiesin the market Ask to see a pair of our Regina Shoes CLOAKS AND WRAPSI Inol1rtentlstoroDepartment All the Eastern and to A1 No can anyone but any one can any honest of men and women suffer from piles women with male have this to with in to their other pains Tablers Pile will effect ocure Price 50 cents in bottles tubes 75cts Perry t The reason why some men cannot keep their above water is they are others to do so Infant die before they reach one year before they are five and before they are fifteen use of Cream Would save a major ity of these lives Price 5J5c Perry person is a fool in some partic ular strike at the others my means the tion of waste maUer that should be dally and unless this is done the matter is anti the system Use to about of the Price 60c Perry Cities have been culled by our I buyers anti not a stone has been left to make this the Banner of our store All the new Jackets Golf Capes Jackets e that are In favor this season we are and our prices suit every body You can buy a Silk Lined Jacket or Cape from us at the same price a cheap ono would cost you Dont fail to visit our Cloak look it see many new you want to buy or not Polite and will wait on you All Goods are being up with the of profit lost sight of You can save money on each and every item pur chased in this Good Cali coes that make nice and dresses are only 3fc per yd Alt best brands and prints at lower prices than else sells themGood Canton Flannel 5c Good Cloth in light and dark shades 5c An of best grade for and home dresses SIc per yd Good 5c bettor 7c per yd Red heavy twilled 15c per are in gray red anti blue at 8Jc per yd Good Jeans lOc per yd Good Bed 5c per yd Best Bed 10 and 12c per Best and Apron fie per yd Nice Dress 5c per yd Better grades 7j and SIc per yd Our Bleach and Brown are being up at vary low in order to make room Bring your belas IDepartment TheseL We extend all a cordial invitationto Bargain Mart TheJof II 111pricesD OLDIIAM COMPANY mMT STERLING GEORGETOWN iJot occupation ennoble ennoble occupation Thousands especially weakness sutTering contend addition Buckeye Ointment quickly Thomas novllm heads because helping mortality something frightful Nearly onoquarter onethird onehalf timely Whites Vermifuge prlcious novllm Every Therefore gently friend- Constipation accumula discharged foul absorbed poisons Rerbine regularity bowels Thomas novllm Western unturned Department Childrens showing handsome elsewhere Department through things whether salesmen salesladies Domestic wrapped margin entirely Department comforts Indigoes Simpson anybody Quality Outing elegant assortment Flannelettes wrappers Percales Percales Flannel ydWe selling splendid Mottled Flannels Ticking Ticking Lancaster Amoskeag Gingham Gingham Cottons wrapped prices Great reach r AND Thomos If you have soro throat soreness across the back or side or your lungs feel sore or tender or you aro threatened with diphtheria or pneumonia apply Ballards Snow Liniment exter nallv and use Cousseuu Honey of Tar j Perry Thomas novllm Thoughts unexpressed are only possessed Chamberlains Pain lialm Cures Others Wlij Not You MTwile been using Chamber Bnlra with good resuH for a lame shoulder that has pained her continually fur nine years We have tried all kinds of medicines and doctors without receiving any benefit from any of them day we saw an advertisement of this medicine and thought of trying it which we did with the best of satisfaction SIlO has used only ono bottle and her shoulder Is almost welt Adolph L Millett Manchester N H For sale by Peg Thomas 1m Faith has its reasons with them only tolly will reasonSFor burns cuts bruises lacerations or injuries of any description Ballards Snow Liniment sovereign remedy It never Jails to do good and so prompt ly its wonderful curative proper ties frequently create surprise 625 and SUe Perry Thomas liu andskin itisnrejust ahomo Sarsllparllb nonirritating eXeX1 I X rl XXfJJI TO BE HAPPY tt from colds and damp feet only proyentative is pair i 4Btuzell tb cker = 0000000ooitee WBB avBThem in to Different L1 1 i mcounty We selling men at S248 Mens good heavy Cassi mere Pants The a pair Our line of Childrens Knee Pant Suits is very We are showing all the new things in favor tills season Our Mens Boys and Youths Overcoats 11 i are piled mountain high on onr coun ters anti every garment is a bargain You cant ask for anything in the cloth ing line that we dont handle from the cheapest to the finest Get our prices before buying elsewhere We are showing an Elegant Line qfu t VSCarpets Linoleums Oilcloths c in our Carpet Department goods are new fall importations no old carried over goods Our prices In thispdepartment knock out all While in the Carpet Department ask to see our Oilshades and Lace Cur Loins we have a choice selection for this fall season Wo have the best selected line of Ladles Childrens and Mens Under wear that will be shown you this son Our Ladies Union Suits at 2oc each are worth 50e Childrens Vests heavy winter weight from lOc Ladies Ribbed Vests and Pants 15cPMens Extra Heavy Ribbed Vests alltlIPants 25c each I We are agents for The American t Lady Corset The fouling and lImost stylish corset used Every Cor set warranted I Got ourprices on Trunks valisosft 4 Hats and Caps Umbrellas Underskirts Ladies Dress Skirts c we trillsave you money and show OUithe best line ip the city JlIf n one and visit this the W RICHMOND The half has One that best Tetter SaltRheum andBcaeraa The intense itching nnd mniDg inci lent to these diseases Instantly allayed a favorite remedy COte nipples chapped hands effiKAains bites and chronic aorcMSycs 25cts per box condition Srrinc blood purifier omT vermifuge ifhey are not food but I seats per jpnekas f The nan whocan lead learned first tool y Experienco is the Best Teacher We must be willing to learn from the experience of other people Every tea at is your duty if your blood is impure 5511 your health failing to take this medicine Yourhave every reason to expect that it will do for you what it has done for others It is the best med icine money can buy Hoods Pills are mild effective I r 1 istobefiee The wear a of the fiA are complete sea What Would Yes Give To lie cured of entntrli if you or your friends linvo this dteeaso jotrknow how disagreeable it m Its 14templesheadaches capricious appetite an I constant discharge of mucus ForlunIately its cure is not a question of what you will give but what you will tnkf Irapnrlllnthe 1iizescompletely and permanently curoJ The good blood Sarsapa rilla makes reaching the deli ntl pas j sages of the mucous meuihrannjmotln II and rebuilds the tissues and ultimately cures all symptions of catarrh 1m The best judge of human nature nt sight may be all at sea when he at I4natIonahitAn Important Difference To make it apparent to thnusiiiuls who think themselves ill that they arc not afllicted with any disease but timt the system simply needs cleaning is to bring comfort home to their hearts as a costive condition is easily cured byIusing Syrup of Figs Jlanufacturml by the California Fig Syrup Co only and sold by all druggists Ilr tl1I j01tIb MA A eBY 4 t1tE MANs- Sre sHOE MFG c 1Vi are the authoiizedagents for these TWO BOOTEES backed by the Manufactory any other tI Iif agents are fraudulent and backed by nothing IVUUbLI4207 WEST MAIN STHKtT i I I t t r q i- 4iiI Printshows through l4 tewp fJ1i ACTS GENTLY ON THE KIDNEYS LIVER AND BOWELS r i EANSES THE SYSTEM ECjUALLYDtSP OVERCOMES 1I4- BITUAL GoNS1PATON PERMANENTLY ITS G- ZJCAL BN EfFECTS SUV THt GENUINE MAO By SYRVPUfrL II0Il pmzi nuon- janSly Our 6oods AND Our prices Compel you to trade wIthus when you give us a trial Iith m IDllID mlm DY lUl 1 l- 1Jl DI The ladies cannot be deceh ed bycatchy phrases nor bombastic claims All we have to say is we buy in the best markets of the world select the la test goods and when you buy you know you have the latest uptodate guods Iii that what you vsmt If so trade with VtIh1titvGIbi 35 ECONOMIST RAE lhfilg GnLtAwing ami June d- J Job Work LA1JDE MXTll 9 tIJtjC3 10 Creditors pa tia 1It1 to Thos U GIh or riect are rcqutrUsl to cnl aiiJ nettle at ome tNd all ptrtew tnviu4 cl im i iiiiiit Solid de- cel91 will Hie tlij IH w ili llu undiTslcned pwry ver 3 iiouur iHitire unary 190 or Baltic i1IIJA V ClinSON Admr- ihivSlt iL Ufl itiSON Admnc h RE n 70R WrIKMEN riyrcn1 WKy fftw f rj telljPri t b tha r oce1IT 1J rtoWT tl1MIrot f I vfrr Itz 0n tCCgCai bo c rrM In rr pc t fly mall flf o lurlIfnUrculor free Aildxsa tlio Amrriran oCco of C3Rx rEL Co CSC oAn er 4 by Prry it Iiont ct uftCALL AT + + ++ 4JITSALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found in the city are dispcnsed by iipto te and accommo datingclerks OcBuIae Saratoja Water Kept oa Tap k sssssssi Phone 3 Second St q RICHMOND 7ti O K I 4Y O AUTHOR OF IN HIS STEPS American Press Association In Ills Steps or What Would Jesus Do by Rev Charles M Slid don of Topeka has reached a sale greater than any story Syer printed It has been translated into no less than nine languagrg and over J 000000 copies have biciiiJJIl Jlfcannot lxi said that the nulhr 911d tltln a vlitIl1way- anticlpnte a widespread ctrcuhttiun for heHtipiilated with the publisher that tile book beprintid In a vlieali as well as exlIlinfidltlon8C i that it might be within the reach of al- In ItUl Mr Sheldon iidpud aiiew plan of Sunday evenlncpervfeeH in the Ccntial ingrtt must chiich at ro peki Muring the willl llrcoul lID fit story ntiticd RichnHl llruce Eaili chiipcr or Vedas a Sun iiiy even prtaeliIsince then IIH fiiiw WI iucu tlcen storks which have een ienl in the Bailie man ncr Hichard Itriiru wtw written in 1SJ1 Kvibert llaidys Seveu Days in IMG Tile Twentieth Door1 in 189J fhe C uclix of Phillip iron in 1S93 John Kings l uebtiou ChiNi in 1811 His Uiothers Kecpci in 18U3 In His steps ill 1896 Malcolm Kirk in 18U7 The Redemption Freetown iu 1S98 One of the Two in 1898 The Miraclo of Markham in 1S9 and For Christ and the Church In 1899 Although Mr Sheldon has written a dozen books he is known best as the author of In Ills Steps The work was not copyrighted in England and twenty publishing houses there are still issuing editions It tins been trans lilted into French German Russian Italian Armenian Swedish Norweg ian Spanish and dialects of Western Africa From tine editions in tbe United States which suits as low as 15 cents a copy Mr Sheldons income is estimated M f500 per month Mr Sheldon is by nature of retiring man and almostdreads notoriety He will not talk for publication and never breaks that rule lie has had flatter- Ing offers to enter tine lecture field but refuses them all preferring to accept invitations to lecture before religious societies without remuneration A writer for an Eastern religious paper telegraphed him as follows I am coming to Topeka to stay a woek to treat fullv of your methods and motives in writing and the work of your church in detail The article will be syndicated and will be printed in nearly every paper in the country Mr Sheldon replied immediately follows You need not come I will not talk to you I have some rights which you are hound to respect When told that the people who read his books would like to know about the author lie said That is mere idle curiosity I do not wish to be talked about or to have my church work talked about The message I have for these people among whom I live I give in nay sermons The message I have for tine world at large I give in niy bouks I have nothing more to say Although he avoids notoriety he is willing to speak when an opportunity presents itself to further the cause of idbion or humanity lIe believes in municipal ownership of public utilities and has studied tine Ktibjct at homo and abroad lIe afliliittes with no political parly but in local campaigns whom this point was in question he has made speeches in favur of public ownership Ho believes that water heat and light plant together with Fitent car lines shud he operated by cities Olirles M Sheldon was born in WellgviPo X Y ninth is 41 years cling Uev fclewarl Sheldon his lather moved to Dakota while Charles wall a tiny and wnsiioiiv lyuinzagesl III inisMou a y work aiming tine India s The ytiiing niatnt early education was re ceived ill tho country school Later be wan gra hiatiHl from 1hillips Acad emy Brown University and the Ann dovur Theological Seminary After hit uratlnution he went to Kufrland where he Mpent several inontbs studying the poorer classes III London and Glasgow He tiocame vaster ul his firot church at aterhury Vt upon liis return ami iu 1SSS accepted a call to the pulpit of the Central Congregational church in To pekaAt one time he requested his congre gation to excuse him from parishwork end was seen only at church services For wveral uionlhs he studied the dif ferent clairen of wage tIrllcr a novel maiinur1 Unknown to any one be dunn ned the grill of a laborer secured jball wont to work He worked as a niccliHiiicri helper in the ruinl shops and npeiit home time on the jroud with the trainmen Ho mingled yib tine lawyers and iloctorts am linally iII tured Wasbtiiirn College at Tctpeka an a siuilciit He joined limo scholars in utliletic games and literary hOcieties His speeial field of labor was later in Tennesieetowii tine negro quarter of rjwultof lila work is most notici 111 III IhIIlro cjiirter The yam dll iiice littered mill unsightly have loin ratibiornied into gHnlcns nod flower betls Prlzt a went ollcrud for the hOlt ktpi Iiutibvti neatest yards nn tt thrifty f Miiilius and tine change hUll been won ilTTijI A free leailin riHini kill dergartun wIre iidilixhod CIlImIU A Hindoo believing in the trarmrat- ioii of souls ate no animal food because in destroying even a worm lie inight be I troing thc body occupied byan ancestor A traveler coming upon the Brahmin taking his veg etable meal told him it was impossible to avoid destruc tion of animal life cud to prove it fo- Cused a microscope on tine Drab min was eating That pious person drew awWhatNot he lie smashed the microscope and went on with his meal There are people who are suffering with weakllungs They have an obsti hopelesshope for them Some one puts intcrtheir adIvertithey ly roughS had been emaciated feeble hopeles3 and were positively and permanently cured by Dr Pierces Discovery These cures can be numbered by scores of thousands Are you siclc Will you throw aside the advertisement break the microscope or will you make one effort for health Write to Dr R V Pierce at Buffalo N y There is np charge for con nlta lon by letter Youll get a prompt answer with fatherly sympathy ifcedical skill combined MlagIL ci ILZTTXX to xw rixxuc 10 943981 lam so grateful to you for what Lydia E Piakhams Vegetable Com pound has done for me that I feel as WoniaaWuM Sure ty Try Mss- PMkhanis MIIThey KIHIW Says Mrs King though I must tell about It A year ago J was taken very sick Doctors could do me no good only to deaden the pain which I had almost con stantly I got some of your Compound and tool one bottle and received benefit from it at once C have taken it ever since and now have no backache no pain in my side and my stomach and bowels are perfectly well Ican honestly say that there is nothing like it If I could only tell every woman how much good your medicine has done me they would surely try it MAImIAM KING Nonrn ATTLKBOBO MASS The way women triflo with health shows a degree of indifference that is pastunderstanding Happiness and use ulness depend on physical health so does a good disposition Disease makes women nervous irritable and snappish The very effort of ailing women ta be goodnatured makes them nervous Write to Mrs Pinkham she will help you to health and happiness Itcostsnotbing toretMrsPinkhma advice Her address is Lynn Mass ored people The story Tho Redemption of Freetown is the story of tho work among the negroes Throuch his efforts a kindergarten was established in connection with his church and tine kindergartens are fostered by an association When asked if In His Steps was founded upon facts Mr Sheldon says The story In His Steps when writ ten was purly imaginary I knew of no such places or characters in exist- enCe It was not founded upon facts but it was written with a desire that the imaginary might become real Since the story was written I have heard of several characters who are very nearly like those in the book Mr Sheldon is married and has one child a boy His homo is a neat cot age on College Hill Most of his writing is done in the study of his church One of his ideas is for a Christian newspaper to be managed on a Christian basis At the meeting of the Christian EndeavorJ Society in Detroit he asked tho meeting to subscribe 1000 000 to be used in establishing a thor oughly Christian daily newspaper in Chicago Ho believes that the time will come when his dream will boa reality Ked Hot irom Tine Can Vas the halt that hifG BSteaduian of Newark Midi in the Civil War It caused horrible Ulcers that no treatment helped for 20 years Then Buck lens Arnica Salve him Cures Cuts Bruispo Burne Boils Felons Corns Skin Eruptions Best Pile cure on earth 25 eta a box Cure guaran teed Sold by Perry t Thomas Druggists 3 WISE WORDS TO ALL KINDS OF DEMOCRATS JFrenchburg Agitator Three defeats out of fuur elections should teach the Democrats of this State a lesson There is no doubt that Kentucky is a Democratic State by a good hit majority yet at the present time it looks as if they mad gone down in defeat again The lesson to be learned is that there must be a majority rule wfthlii the patty that the time has passed when they will support the nominee whether his nomination is ob Udned by qiestionahle methods or not AH hronder political idflns lake pos es lIicro of btiinocrntH time morn independ emit uf arty liies the become neither broiid nor other kiud of ideas have vet struck hard at tho door of the Ite nbli cau party and of course they hold to gether mind unless tho e poitii Ins whoree ectnot tine will to the plain peo pie CIHFO to try to lend tine partv we are duomod to eternal detent The very fact that a unarm is a Deiriicrat is prima aria evidence tlat he has thought more or less and is in a greater or less degree informed on political economy and that very superiority of intellect makes him spurn tho crack of the par ty bosses whip The election is overand it Is the lure of the principles of Democracy that compels me to say these painful vet wholesome truths Pefu t in ibis iu stanre should chasten and uiiify the party The Louisville convention as- nut as bad us it I gemrally Imlievd but it was haul enoinih to defeat the iiomiueutiCau the party ailjrd rep at ho experiment Regarding tine eke tion franuhi the most sacred posiex Dion of tho American citizen I have no right nor no lciru tu quest ion the vote or motive of ninny moan who voted whether he voted for Taylor Goebel or Brown Thai is his hu iiifss entirely And kiln v that there and thosp who voted against Gob I who love tine principles of Democracy an well as any man can I diuie the regular ticket to vote fr l cciiiiio I believed that it was hot fur the party Others took tine opposite jeW of tine mtter Sow what all Democrats should do is to ob literate uiitirtJty this campaign from thin memory drop all unkind thoughts and hittirnes and finit against tine corn UniOn in the luxt battle This1 Ytfillng JIIruIIf iliBpMty ia foohxl mns t lie JIdUIt t jioiitieal hUe WIIIo1 artl iIflC voied we can get ThciMi III clutivuof tine prly iiiachineiy holild adopt ninth rules w iiiHure to hn peiipoa fair IIn1 iintraiiiiiiiiieii iriWmii iifilm willIi ilie iiinj ritv uy otis r cause Ia illiIcliliM tc J k uv f vim inaiiy bitiir f3l1IjIIlC now tiaid It win ktmw tliiii Jim iieil tho majiiiiivin th prly and yt lit lwwerici It rqmIintt a puttii aait e of tIe tialujid iiirtinuiKol nun vd ami the niflf iuiicitiCii to submit ti trIO uiinority Anil Uiiiwiiig tlj In it an enemy to Ins piirti wlm dt all in hid isv 1 r to bring alKint u state of uifaira iiiii unit Itt tlm in j mix rule Ii till ie It iiuil Ami he itt iluiva initd who van not uliet rlully yield when wilt the iniuoiitv hiGrippe with iti ufter efTeytK ae nu ily uwtroys thousands qf people H ma bo imiekiy cured by One Minnie Co igh Lure tine only remedy that pro lucts immediate r suits in coughs cold croup bioiienitis pnetiniunia and lhru iiiul ung rOil hie I It will revejt coiisumpiloii Purr and Thorn 1 That was a TtCdidl incHagp the Spaniards in bantiiHtjit Mulrid sent to Prendor Siiist uryjilter learnini of the capture of the Uincesters and tilt Dnbllii KuRilierH hy tine Ptwrs iii which the Dunn tuiid UtMiii tine cc c stoll iftlns dlbiur the dean nations ssl titti lOu Thin JKrt case nilchsiuk enb coining hoin ti roost wti aen guiice ilnco1twill birrwralled tInt iluidi feat of Trul at Santiiigo lend l4JiUFi- sbury mada sa tl dihese hi wldchjie rrredi p a jt tntaH1 2i h tr I RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT At a meeting of the officers of the Silver Creek Church Whites Station tho following resolutions were present ed and adopted WHEBEAS Ithath pleased God to call from our midst and from his labors hero to his reward up yonder our friend and brother and esteemed officer of thd church D C Walker Be it jfcsoildis 1st That we bow with sadness totho decrees of Him who doeth all timings well recpjilzing in this soro ailllction laid np church anti friondf that the wisdom of GoU is in deed mysterious Kcsglccd 2nd That we bear record ot his nomWciTftitinn iliarnctor his faithwas livjyg np fhiningoir ns it did in his exvrv day lifo in his Icela and in isis character He was ptrong for truth and right gentle nid jinia thizing v Rwtred3n1 That wThhmmr1 his loss and extend to time sirickbn famiy our heart felt sympathy in thin hour of sorrow mini comtnit uiiio Him who is the source of all comfort and who drives away all tears Rcfolred 4lh That a copy of these resolutions be sent to the bereaved family that they be read from tile pul pltand sent to lie Christian Observer and Kichmoiul CI IMAX K Jj POTTS Clerk of Session Whites Station Ky Oct31 1SUO Millions Given Awy It is certainly gratifying to the pub lic to know of one concern in the land who are not afraid toibo generous to tine needy and suffering The proprietors of Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Conchs and Colds have given away over ten millions trill bot tlei of this great medicine and have the satisfaction of knowing it him absolutely cured thousands of hopeless cases Asthma Bronchitis Hoarse ness and all disease of the Throat Chest and Lungs mire surely cured by it Call on Perry ThomasDruggist Successors to W G White and get a trial bottle free regular size 50c and Every bottle guaranteed or price re funded 3 Is Thisour Mills This telegram from Eminence Kin Mondays Courier Journal has some of tho earmarks of a former citizen ot this place Mr H C Mills an exCon federate and who claimed while here in the shoemaking trade to be the heir of a great fortune It may not bo the same Mills but the initials name etc arestrangely similar Mills left here for Irvine thence Midway his first wifes old home where we hear she died about two years ago MIIOSSTOY II C Mills an exConfederate and cousin of tine late General John H Morgan was married this week at PIcasureviUo at the home of the Rev J P Strother to Miss Lettie Stoy It is understood that Mrs Mills comes into a fortune of 80000 this week You never know what form of blood poison will follow constipation Keep the liver clean by using DeWitts Lit tie Eary Risers and you will avoid trouble They are famous little pills for constipation anti liver and bowel troubles Perry Thomas Once more the sapient Otis and the indefatigable Wheaton have been foil ed by Aguiualdo At time present rate of progress peace will be established in the Philippines about the same time the discovery Is made of the identity of the man who struck Billy Patterson in lion 4Cold Collar Button Mailed free for 5 lion cut from Uon Coffee wrappers and a 2cent stamp Mode motherofpearltuckmen This shape Is handy and popular 7 beadundIYIllustration U twothirds actual size Color a delicate pink with iewcTRttlng and gold trimmings Best enamel finish t11h and durable i uThe tlons Bride fJjJ1II11ed free for 12 lion heads cut from iMJ 2uatltampAnof the noted German artist Gabriel Max TheLlOol1and send With each picture a hand some folder containing copy of the poem and telling all ebonIte Size Sx26 inches u and Her Friends A bright pkture For 8 Won heads and a 2c stamp A n1ht representlog Ing with her chick dns anil her rabbits colors one rich reds and greens Size Inches Tor 10 lion heads and scent stamp we Ilnnodread Au NEtTomt ASmClTS Much skilled inandlworkchiefly cosi Iy einbroiilery appears upoajPstyjlfh gowns Thecrazo for doth is cori8Lmti In the ascendant i AH skirls intended for evening wear have trains Sqmeyerv clfc wealing invmns irel made of whitn or tinted clothsapI pliqued with velvet to match reatjrunin a evening gown All soils of hri hthued caps are worn by little girls Time Holt jersey web ntrlllr with brilliant Itcini Mripes against a so11I luiejtKrountftof llnck or colnrVandpoak uip falling at tho lIft syle Wit tnssoi Jiulsli IB Ibit favoritp Jimmy tjirdrawa IpiNovej tli Iri pn hitter day Jlu8iiin nota iubroiderc L in fiijks and rod sini popular for trinuuing ovgmnlnggnwns 1 all hued jruizoa am alwiys jrbtty forevenijig tnd ar usisU I tllt llrst uhoivu yutiiij lailioS vrlui iiavtt to not a rather iinrruw limit upon their ex penditures Au eleuant evening cloak fihovni hy Lord Taylorja long linen with lijiht hued satin aim trimmed with lace fur Dainty little boleros of Brtitsels and ii11portedquality are much in demand for trimming elaborate and evening gowns A fashionabln ornament for the hair willi an evening costume is a single flower combined with two loops and a twist of white tulle EVKIXN GABL- KHylors Dyspepscia Tablets pleasant easy to take and give permanent re lief SO days treatment Mailed on receipt of price MUKDOCK CDRB Co nov29 ly Atlanta Ga General Shatter whose ficasco in Cuba a year ago made him the laughing stock of two continents Inns just won now distinction by his censorship at San Franciico A corps commander who has not tine pluck to get nearer than five miles of Jhe firing line needs censoring just above the shoulders J D Bridges Editor Democrat Lancaster N II says One Minute Cough Curo is tine best remedy for croup I ever used Immediately re lieves and cures coughs colds croup asthma pneumonia bronchitis grippe and all throat and lung It prevents consumption Perry and General Wheeler writes from the Philippines tlnat lie will ho home to take his seat in Congress Tho jealousy of General Otis has apparently derived this brave old leader of the ho has sought to subdue the enimics of lila country but none the less his of friends in the United States know his worth and esteem him highly I had dyspepsia fiftyseven years and never found permanent relief till I used Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Now I am well and feel like new mann wiites S J Fleming Murray Neb Itis the best digestaut known Cures alnonns indigestion Physicians every where prescribe it Perry Thomas Uptodate Aguinaldo has had no opportunity for a jollification He must find his amusement in playing hke and seek with Otis troops i Accept no substitute I Insist on LION COFFEE lIb pkgs I3 These articles mailed FREE in exchange for heads cut from front ofiIb LION COFFEE pkgs heads Daisy NeckPin Genuine HardEnamel Gold we Dorothy cheery hedom1natIng recherche and afternoon opportunity thousands and 1U23 Stylish Belt uckle with Roman finish and set with mlly JewelIn hlntwelcomed lor drcsscclup occasions by the ladles like to wear different colored sashes The coldfinish goes well with any of them Given for 20 lion heads and a nf stamp Ladles Apron Made of good quality lawn with alternate revering and tucks broad hem at bottom and upcrlorllnd ty1l111 article size 36xO- for 20 lion hesda and a 2cent stamp Fruit Picture Line ISlIona 2ccnt stamp Made of closely i011 You always know FFECbY wrapper seated pack VYij IVV 4p J wff Ir B I afkt 1Ias1retnrnedhst- week from tile foin nt at Jtil IMr and Mrs JHS Guyn left Saturday week to visit relatives in Jessamine Mr John H Wallace has returned from avisit to Iriendajn Danville Miss Nellie Ray of lower Garrard wits the pleasant ueat of Mrs Mason Pitllins last week hey I J Echols conducted an in teresting suries of mootingsat Leaf last week Missos Fannie and Jennie Parkes at tended the Riggs lecture at Lancaster Iud pronounced it highly enjoyable Ievs W ii Harris andA K Leou itnl filled tOir ipspuctivo mtlpits at Uujmittiv and Mt Taber on the third itmmitLiy Mr Newton of ZroaliienilantI Miss Uutsllrnderboii were ifmnIeil at time hride8 huinc HW Lowell lass Thura day Mi1mtlr lU p Ir thizfluy Ilughedn120 ir ammea terViiinBt popular young uiqu paid flying ylsitLu lahiriekmCfyi1ayc ego Mrs Annie AVnlterS jffcompiuicd by her sister Mrs SI JMcCIintock of Richmond cpejit ijatitrsjay weekvith Mrs Rebecca loran Mr M L Kileoie tho polite and obliging Ilttlo taleirian representing JJelknap lIves in Louisville was in our midst last week Tub Chrysantheuinm show given by the ladies of time old Paint Lick church was a pronounced success IA every Tim greater part of tine liaiul soinu flowers were sold and the neat cum of 40 was realized CV QUEE CHES ENT rou fiD U Pentecostal Alliance Convention Nashville Tenn Nov 2327 1899 National Convention Wouians and- Y W C Association Memphis Tenn Nov 1825 1899 Annual Conferences Alabama M E Church Birmingham Pratt City Ala December 1899 Prow points Tennessee only National Grange Patrons of Husbandry Springfield OhioNoveuiber 1521 1898 Annual Meeting Southern Surgical and OycecoleRical Association New Orleans La Ducemb 57 1899 American Live Stock Association Chicago Illinois November 2123 1899 Annual Conference C M 33 Church Memphis Tennessee December 511 1899 From ponts iii Tennessee Time mental gymnastics indulged in by John Sherman in order to reconcile his views with Inn congratulations on the election in Ohio rival this states mans many straddles on tine currency question Lost straved or stolen President Cabinet and the National capital When last hoard from was in tine Philippines Any information a3 to whereabouts should bo addressed to Atkin ton Hoar Co Boston Mass 17 S lRENGTit aJRITY Arm FLAVORj gatherednt lIonLbeasOFootcioth IatlsfactJon 15Jil IBox of Childs Drawing t A collection of nice outlino boundInto with sheets of poperbetween leaves On these tissue children can nfordlnlenJoymcntIiS andthea2centNaval it Fly edo britcii box so Thirty and ran be spread to fly Every ts one IanInterested the It ta a a fj i j J s r f l II i R I in r a a r the I to heads a 2c stamp Fine waxcrayons fifteen dilkrtnt colors accom panted out for Math TOil Is urra ld There anlx kinds and each Sec The kite now inches lang comen svfclr folded but Loj older also cuifroraJon I wIllseartIyappearInLION pJe tthiscom way NNOUNCEMENTS 712 pages For with lug PLEASE TRY f I L CANDY CATHART C V J t 0iOc J QIil OOo Faclory Here Inns installed the in the county for repair of rubber nfid is turning out than factory priocs work and found it He will be own work lie puts tires the life of tine so that twice their mention the rcun oclt 5if barns Iaealt other Insurance Compa a home Fire Lightning and most reliable of our county now gels cheaper ever in the company call on agent BLACK Attorneyat office on Main Street next door to State Bank jf5Ocfly Pres BOSWORTII Cure Secy you eatthe food and aids and recon digestive or discovered digest other preparation efficiency It in permanently Heartburn cures imperfectdlgestion Stomach Nausea A Co Chicago UI1Used Best Coffee I LION use iany other pure Coffee and rMantel Clock ColoreiCI pictures Book different Box Kite popular quickly I factory rubber Institution CARTER Try never prepaid for 110 lion head end a 2c stamp Frame Ijcuutifullr with tiltStands S Inches high A beauty and pool timekeeper tn o and and and rm Sent by express prepaid for 80 lion heads and clockjilentsIs no express office located In your towne1 lion and line coloring strongpoperto thel I Ladies Scissors WtrimmingGiven for 12 lien beads and a Zc Isumpr iRazor SIIOcur Given for 35 lion heads and a stamp A firstclass razor mnde English steel and extra 2cEnti Rubber Dressing stampLeuthlinelymlmnishedlngcae or for use in the household Game India SImIlar to chest which beenplayed in cm countries ParIbefore the da history The tration bows of the rune usual counters and dlCtHU lie companjinif it A suua lilt ionheads Al j Every tooDon ibe selected by you from our new Premium Lists I iMPORTANT MOTICE orpackagecave pem4ae by trimming ulawis the margin Mte Jgrcer fOr IesoIllusiraleil prem4 Mat Address all letters WOOLSO SPtOf O + r rnJ CWWb l It III = Yd i V DRUGGISTS 2f eODCD AQBOON TO MANKINDIDcl I r DR TALE BUCK VE i 7 ItJ Zt0 Jz2m1 t J m gDJM1jrrltl U1 en unz u- I 4Q JJ cn I PLELLEUE CURE A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBES BY MAIL 75 CENTS BOTTLES 50 CENTS JAMES F BALLARD Sole Proprietor 310 Hurt Main Street ST LOWS MO For sale bv PERRY THOMAS Druggists janIY1v Plttsburg Central Stock Yards EAST LIBERTY PA OFFER SUPERIOR ADVANTAGES TO SHIPPERS Yards have been enlarged and rearranged nkarketBEST for Bait more Washington Philadelphia New York and all Eastern markets Good buyers always in attendance for export cattle andal other kinds of stock Consignments for Commission firms given grompt attention PHIVATB HOUSE SALES EVERY WESKDAT Simon ODonnell General Manager Madison Monumental Works ESTABLISHED 1863 JAMES T HAMILTON PJIOPHIETOK Monuments Tombs Headstones Statuary and Foreign and 0Americaii Marble and Granite I FINE WORK A SPECIALTY f+ ++ kimCemetery niof this M E Church on Irvine Street wlinre they will Hml eoiisuiuiy fill ln chaeibmtyersif wrLiiiwhich will bo furnished on application giT YOm PATRONAGE SOLICITED JM7VIES T MK7VYILTON Propriclrr Hot Blast PeninsulaC Doable theater with Tea Kettle Attachment eC ++++++++ ++ + ++ +4 ++ + + N SMOKE CONSUMING PAHLOB FURNACE J4 Air piiesthrongh regIster In heavIly guarded feed door into perforated p mixer ring around top of heavy fire then Into fire Mixing themir vrlti 4 futilMtxtringamsoprotectsbottoraofesj5offi Ut POWERFUL FLOOR HEATER j5Deflector ring between heavy ribbed tire pot and radiator extends to outer thertJWILL HEAT BOOM UPSTAIRS SOOtpitbj A iw opening can be utlized 1181 tea kettle attaclintent In addition to griddle hole top t- cii 1FIRE CONTROLLED TO A DEGREE Circular Draft Regulators on Feed and Ash Pit Drors are valve IOmEII1 JtItled until nbsolccly air tight and Warranted to remain so mnnntU on heavy quick acting uraws in a detachable you and s when opening screw in not out preventing breakage in useuf r Call at the CASH HARDWARE HOUSE of Doa C Jxivcao5 tt t Oho will he gisil to bof You tbls stOTO as wdlI as a fun of ellr naL qera and cookstoves gratca etc e 3mchIIy d Lk h f W l b r Ilhil