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L Il 1 r m c t I flifl RICHMOND CLIMAXc if I TOLUME 26 4 4 e t i JRICMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 6 1899 nmnt51zowst1nhNUMBER w 27ijil t t ri Je L rr r4 REPAIRING AND TIMEINO FINE WATCHZS A SPECIALTY baey at W9cat- All Work Guaranteed 2ND STREET RICH IOND Ky j For Rent cI + + ++ goodie las Simmons hard iware store Main St Also verY desirable eifjhtroom residence gwith modern conven r iences it r iGRIGGSBY MDNCEY q EASTERN XHCTiGKY REAL ESTATE WQ COLLEC 1QBP AGENCY M m DAVIS Manager Farm Mineral and Timber T ands bought and sold on commission Accounts in and out of U6 City taken for CollccWonJ- EST1 Write or call on tee fdr further artictI- arOFFIC1floder1ey Build ing UiclimonA CJ Iuo RaFEssiONAl CARDS 4rI1 r AtttJRlTSYS =n tBERrs- ATTORNEYATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY 7Office in Moberley Dntldlng Ut W MILLER 4RNKTATLAw RicHUtt ftn KBITTUCKT Office tTWhUnmam Building next door to- armefNiJII4t flank feb3ly jJ4 3 11TLLrv y ATroItNIYtT Tw IUOIIMOND KENTUCKY over Tnvlors hardware More op piitoCourtflwise on Main Street 11 B HOGG TTOliJCKY A T LAW Ii UlCIIMOVO KKSVlrtV- OlUoa No inFirKtSttnpatairB jl iuxfc D JSL OITKNAlVlil- fiTTORffRty A T LA WI K4ioiCMNi KKMTUCKV- Difico Ofl Second street over Then Mmts grocery W R LETCHER AltorneyatZato lIliciiMosD KKNTDCKY Office with T J Smith Jr over Covmjitoii MitchellH TCLowryAitorneyatLaWi lrn1ey13ni1II11 Hiclion Ky PKTSKIAN3 OIlS GIBSON GIBSON PIIYSICI1N AND SURGEON RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office in the Joe VJfoi bniMintr iS and to Sec ond Street orer While old dnnj tor 27- GHAS HOOKER I VETERINARY SURGEON Graduate Ontario Veterinary Cdtttge- VeteriiM y Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty WOfcre up italn over store recently accu ipltd Uy SUchmond Harness Co East Main 81 1id KyaprTly fJJfC JASPER M D and Surgery lUiildinsr Main Street IMedicine ay the Corr 1ave ou i KKKTDCKY W EVANS 1rI J TIG PHYSICIAN AND BOKOKOK V RICHMOND KENTUCKY nit T J TKYLOlt14 Practitioner in Metlicine and Surgery RICHMOND KKNTUCKY- AJOfflce and residence on Second Street t DENTAL ST73CHCSY J 1r 1atte7lt t nSOt hDLop LOUISVILLE Er- aomco I next door to Oorcrnmenl Building icUmSnd Ky Office lionrs 9 to 121 to 4 1noyl7lyJH FREd SMITH HSTtz same office r Bnrgin Janlllyp Dr Louis H Landman No 503 West Ninth Street Cincinnati Ohio will be at the IlotelZlmmer Richmond non WEDMESDiT DEC 13 199- I returning every second Wednesday o each it months Beference every physician of Rich mond Ky tcbl6JT S42 WORTH OF PRESENTS For 50c worth of worte Wo aro giving away watclwa brevelcs sewinj rna chinoN guns Cc to tntrodfleo our paper PASTIME 1Lhighas8jl1utrg- ed family paperOf from 16 to 32 large GoodStoriesof Travel in Foriegn Lands CAnd all yOu have to do to get fA2 worth of presents isto lit 26 rtibscrlberu at lOc each Send 10c in BtMnps for full particulars long list ot presents and paper tAStlNE for C months THfi PASTIME Co Louis Jour t X WOXDERlDL DISCOVERY Not only cures but keeps well Is Sold by an organized company of re sponsible business tHen and has en dorsement thousands of Clergymen and noted people throughout the coun try We speak of that wonderful In strument Electropoiso and ask youi careful examination into the cures It has wrought Col A P NunallV of tho InterOcean Chicago Writs Xearly three years experience with Electropolse only confirms tho truth of your claims I cay my friends that this instument is a most wonderful in vention nnd I would not part with mine if I couhl get another Send address for our book gives letters from people who have been cared by Thee tropoiso ELECTROPtilSE CO 513 Fourth Aveune JoVi ville ly sept43ihr Rraoldstein The Optic Specialist of No Ml Fourth Avenue Louisville will be at the Glyndon Hotel Klchuiond THURSDAY DECEMBER 21 returning one day each month Eyes exam ined and glasses scientifically adjusted County Court Days MondayRichmond day Lexington Fayetto county second Lincoln county second Mon day Georgetown Scott county third Monday MondayNicholasville Monday Winchester Clerk conntr fourth Monday Versailles woodfonl county fourth Monday JJ TRAIN TIME is accurately told by our WATCHESCarry and you can reach the railroad in time without hurry We are showing a line of COIN SILVER GOLD FILLED and GOLD WATCHES with Elgin and Walton move ments These are the finest made and will out last an ordinary life Prices run from 6 to 75 F J YEAGEB No 23 2d SU Richmond Ky icpSly t3 l1 ttj 182E111I I- 1t a y tj t tjttt Co t- iw 0 1 1 2J gg = 5 ftr ii = jait = 1 ae i s i iH g s s ra 1 I a rr 00000000 s fri5rrrrrrrrrrrnrrr cf s ss 0 I1 uucuueu a BBDOODBB 1 J 21c1z 0 0 g UlJ t j I Ii SttI H4i itSi j 1ZlioJq ggg jassa rru kfct iciti hUlL pn E3ect December 1S33 DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY pm ampm pJi a 00 8 20 Lye Richmond Ar 1 00 121 2 M 709 Winchester 11 U all IM 545 MajrMVllle 8 I- 40 130 Paris S 43 5 1111 1CM J Georgetown 760 4 Z 7 10 11 20 Ar FrankfortXYe 7 00 841 JqrllckeU via rlc fj J LNEWTONO PA DEMOCRATIC TWLE- ANNOUNCEMENTiPOll COUSTT calt AIlOItKAVANAUORto the action of the Democratic Party We are authorized to announce C M RAY ubJecttoWe are authorized to announce D R TEVIS a candidate for Count Clerksubject to the action of toe Democratic party We are authorized to announce U M subJectJESSEF0POa ingaipp FWAOERSacandjdatecountysabjecl to the action of the Democratic WI1ALLABDofWhite8ttlou Sheriff sublet to the action of the Democratic party MARTINOENTUYcounty subject to the action ot the Democratic party flBItOADDyof the Democratic party FOB ASSESSOR OLDHAMcounty subject to the action of the Demo craLic party LBAKERcountysubJect to the action of the Demo cratic party QEORGENOLXNDcounty subject to the net Ion of the Democratic party WDEATIIERAGI2Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce BUD DUNN of the Glade District a candidate for Assessor subJestto the action ot DemoCfatlcjJdrty ros JUUn CLACtIIYcounty subject to the action of the Democratic party GPARRISII6untyi fetibjc to the action of te ezaocratlc parts We are a iii 1i d liule JACK BOSS a candidat fr Iilerot MdIeon county for the1emocrtic PERitIclion flf the Democratic party RICHMOND LADY IN THE UND OF THE SKY Mrs Mary W Williamson Write Entertain Ingly ol Asheville NC AShEVILLE N C Nov 21 1899 DEAU Mn Woonsrf The Land ol The Sky smiled n plcaennt welcome to us when we arrived here last September All through these beautiful aulnmn days we have expected to see her Bunny face darken and become chilly but as winter advances her smiles grow more adinnt and here November twentyfirst wo sit on our piazzas with the themometer above ninety or don our broadest sun hats for a game ol croquetOn streets of the cosmopolitan little city one can see all manners of garbing from sealskin coats to muslin omiInnteAsheville line become a kind of happy hunting grounds for people from all quarters Many of the wealthty Southern planters have summer homes here They came up during the ma larial season on the cost and enjoy the coolness of this Iilgh locality And many Northern swtlls have their winter homes here Thestreets are just becoming gay with the imposing turnouts of the latter liveried mqnogramed etc We Kentuckians lose a little of our conceit as we roam around We are in dined to look with indulgent superior ity on all boasters of fine scenery as much as to say Ah you have never been Ii our blue graes country yon have never wandered over our velvety slopes antI majestic woodlands or you would not vaunt your shabby scenery befora usl1 And well we may be proud For pastoral beauty can any lanlappnachoursl But for the poets eloquence of beau ty commend me to the mountains where naturu has a voice of sympathy for our every mood Asheville ps you know M at the confluence of the two picturesque mountains streams the French Broad and the Swannanoa rivers Like the city ol Mexico it op cupiea onundulating plateau encircled byluountalms On theEasr the gorgeous autumn hills are flaunting their brilliant colors before us while a chain of peaks veiled by the soft sheen of distance encircles us on the Northwest and South All over and around these hills are houses of every style of architecture Tht old colonial prevails the long broad piazzas and wide hallsi vith deep fire places bein eminently suited to a cli mate where confinement In small quarters is the worst of punishments There are Swiss chalets tooand pretty gabled cottages Hero and there the towers and turrtls ota cartlo likejiolol peep oul from the forests on the mountain IDEsrusLEuaNaII a i Beautiful= w I omen = a There are few womenas beau S tifal as they might be Ppwder a attd paint and cosmetics don t = make good looks Beauty is 5 sImply an impossibility without health women are 0 few because healthy women are a e few The wayto haVe affair face and a wellrounded figur- eTrnistotalco riHIields Femasc ReJuidIW gf This is that old ahd timetried femaletJ drains It makes no difference I a what tIle loctorscall the trou l bid if there la anything the matter in the distinctly feminine organs Bradfield5 Fe u WinnIe ReuIator will help and cure it It ia good for ir- a regular or painful menstruation for leucorrhoea for falling of the a g womb for nervousness head ache bakahj and dizziness Take it and get Well Then I I 5 youroldtimo girlish features a and figure will be restored I I SoW by tVufftol forlalloWe THE BRABHELB HEGULATOX s- ogtiE1 f ifA Ii tLil jfIII aldo Architects by tho by have rer tnllily given rent to some very sub lime fancies in tim hotels and inns thrbllgh this wilti country All of theirinrt surrounded hyclianning pinks find located lit ways til com mIUJtthe most extensive and delight ful views The parks anil private grounds of nsidtinitti are often gems of landscape Hardening AH the lialiiinnre estate la always in teresting to the visitor you Hlnjr not mind hearlug ol it again and Hpin The palace itself of the French ronnie fiance style can bo easily imagined from the picture lint it Is of the beautiful smooth white drives that wind through the ten thousand acres that one never wearies All IheSo are bor deredby such native shrubbery as climbing roses and honeysuckles and to bowl along over them under cloud less skies the pure mountains air mak- Ing your pulses bound a dreamland of meadows and forcets and glades and rills on every side Well it is enough to make a poet drink The estate includes a jersey farm when wagons from the dairy carry on a brisk trado in town Therf there is a pig ranch where the niost hideously ugly aristocrata of the pig kind grunt beneath their unweildly weight But the chicken farm is a delight Here indeed is where blue blood tells In one chicken settlement the green award in alve with great snowy puffs of down of nil sizes In another hun dreds of jet black fellows strut about their coatn gleaming in the sunshine their great crimson combs tossed dud eyel wo see splended bullcochins with shoggy yellow leg gins swaggering around and crawing over their noffehbord like October Goebelites And yet there are many otliei beauti varietieseacbevideiitly from their selfimportant earlnJ of the same blood royal The Vnnderbilt hunting preserves on Mt Pisgah a track of eightyfour thousand acres we have never visited Ashevillebeing famous as a health resort the sanitariums are numerous and attractive One is the winyah the Indian name for rest Many are presided over by foreign physicians of international reputation And it is also an educational center of no means repute The Asheville College Tor young women alone would take up Many columns if I did justice to the work the president and his splended wife the excellent faculty of whom Prof Martin and Miss Lizzie Ford are wellknown to Madison the handsome buildings and grounds and the tine Jot of young women tberemany ofwbontar from Kentucky iBirlghara Heights the seat of the Military school where Major Henry Wygaht lately of Richmond formerly held sway is too widely and favorably known to require more than passing are also several large And flourishing industrial schools such as are doing noble work for so many young non and women in the South nut I did not mean to make my let ters an advertisement a weakness Asherillians are said to be prone to However golden the sunshine bal my the air romantic the drives and inchanting the scenery our hearts will always be most closely tied to our old Kentucky home Discovered by a Woman Another great discovery has been made and that too by a lady in this country Disease fastened its dutches upon her and for seven years she with stood its severest tests but her vital or gnus were undermined and death seemed imminent For three months she coughed incessantly and could not sleep She finally discovered a way to recovery by purchasing of us a bottle of Dr Kings New Discovery for Consump tion andwas so much relieved oh taking first dose that she slept all night and with two bottles hits been absolutely cured Her dame is Mrs Luther Lulz Thus writes W C Hamnick 0001 Shelby N C Trial bottles free at Perry Thomas Drugstore ucces sors to WG White ReguJj1r size SOc and 100 every bottieKuaranteed 4 CHhiSTMAS ADVERTISING WolstoaDlzer in Printers Inkl Dont be afraid of beginning your Christmas advertising too early be among the first in your town Co hold out a welcome to gift buyers and make it a point to invite pooplo who uotily want to look with the assurance that they will not be pressed to buy Dress your store in holiday attire soon after Thanksgiving and let your windows and your advertising remind people that Christmas is close at hand Dont give your advertising and store display UMiicknncks and fancy expensive goods unless you deal exclusively in such things but devote a fair share of both to low and medium pricedarti cles of every day use which have a ready sale at this season and which somebody else will sell if you dont One Minute Cough Cure is the beat remedy I ever used for coughs and colds It ia unequalled for whooping cough Children all like It writes IJ N Williams Gciilrrville led Never falls It is the only harmless remedy that gives immediate results Cures coughs colds hoarsenesecroup pneu mQulabronchltl and throat anti lUng troubles Its early use prevents consumption Perry Thomas WORTH A TRIAL Mr Wash Huggins ofCave City Ky who probably knows as much abont fruit trees as any body fn Baryon coun ty says now 5s the time to protect them ngalnst the gnawing of rabbits by rubbing their trnnks with soft soap says the Glasgow Times Mr Huggins eaysthat a liberal application of soap to the trunk is not only an absolute preventive to the gnawing of the rab bits but It also brings the trees out in springtime with a beautiful mootb green healthy bark The Appetite of a Goat Is envied by all poor dyspeptics whoso Stomach and Liver are out of order LMI such should know that Dr Kings Now Life Pills the wonderful Stomach and Liver Remedy gives a splendid ititeOliIud digestion and a regu perfecttGaEiJ iJit 4 u P t AM IMPORTANT FOOD LAW HEAVY PENALTIES FOR SELLING ARTICLES OP FOOD CONTAINING UNHEALTHY INGREDIENTS The following law was passed at the last session of the Missouri Legislature taking effect August 20 1899 SECTION That it shall bo unlaw ful for any person or corporation doing business In this State to manufacture sell or oiler to sell any article com pound or preparation for tho purpose- of being used or which is to be used in the preparation of food in which article or prepara tion there in any enlclcalome1bis- muth ammonia or alum corporationshall be deemed of misdemean or and shall upon conviction be fined paidIntoltndbecome fund of the county in which such fine is collected The operation of this law will be maintainedagainst alum baking pow dots But the manufacture or sale of any article of food or article intended to be used In food Which contains any ol the substitutes classed by Jhe law as unhealthy from arsenic to alum is absolutely prohibited HORSES SHOULD DRINK FIRST Selected for the CUKAI A horsM should always 10 allowed to drink before the feeding and for this reason the stomach of the horse is of such a conformation that if ho is given his food first and then allowed to drink afterwards there is always a probabili ty of portions of the former being carried away by the passage of the lat ter through the stomach and as a con sequence colic Is not infrequently brought about Moreover the animal should be allowed to drink three or four times a day and fed quite as often in spite of the practice common with very many grooms The water has a tendency to allay any feverish Bmp tions that may arise and considering the nature of the work for example that a hunter has to perform and the dry food Upon which he is fed a little attention should be yaid to this matter Southern Plante- rPUTNAM FADELESS DYES produce the fastestand brightest colors of any known dye stuff Sold by C L Sear cy Waco Ky Thomas Ad ants Panola Ky dec6lm AN OLD FOGipOH FOOT BALL It is not an easy matter for a person not a resident of a college town to grow enthusiast over foot ball or any of the purely college pastimes Here is the view of a uelfoonfessed old fogy the editor of thd Anderson Newsyet there Ismore sense than sen timent in what he says It is a little difficult for an old fogy to see the good of all this noiSB and slugging It seems that the boys might spend their hours more profitably in construing latin sentences digging out greek roots or solving geometrical problems instead of going about yel ling at the top of their voices Hip Lair Ski flair The Toughest Set With tho Longest Hair Colleees nowadays think more of the champion foot ball player than they do of ttlo valedictorian More caro is exercised in the selection ot a coach for the team than is given to the election of a Professor of any language or science There is only one way to cor reeL this evil aid that is for the public to demand more learning nnd less bruising The colleges make it a point to furnish that which Is demanded To Cure a Cold IB line Day Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggislsrefnnd the money if it fails to cure 25cE W Groves sig nature is on each box oct25Cm THE LOST CAUSE The Lost Cause which is a fee quent visitor to our office is a most in teresting journal edited by Mrs Basil W Duke and Miss Florence Barlow of Louisville Ky It ja published under the auspices of the Daughters of the Confederacy of Louisville numbering two hundred and twentysix which is a mighty power behind the throne It is made up largely of Confederate scenes incidents nd historical remin iscences of the period of 61 to 63 far tersperced with spicy editorials and in teresting literatnreof the present The December number wilt contain the splendid address delivered by Mrs A M Harrison at the mooting of the Kentucky State Division of U D C at Richmond also other Interesting matter in connection with that meeting This in a journal that ought to be supported not only by all Confederates but all lovers of Confederate literature and who care tot the brave men of the sixtiesEvery dollar made by The Lost Cause is used to help Confederate veterans their families widows and orphans The subscription price is 75 cents a year and we wish for Mrs Duke and Miss Barlow a large list from Madison county It takes but a minute to overcome tickling in the throat antI to a cough by the use of One Minute Cough Cure This remedy quickly cures all forms ot throat ami lung troubles Harmless and pleasant to take ll pre vents consumption A famous specific for grippe and its alter effects Periy Thomas Go ye into all the world and preach the gospel to every creature beginning at Jerusalem Is translated by the present administration as Go ye into all the world and shoot tIm gospel into every creature beginning tIm Philip pinesItKy Vindicator Extraordinary Otw The CLIMAX and the Ohio Farmor weekly for 150 till January 11001 The best bargains ever offered in good reading The Ohio Farmer is cleArly the leader of the agricultural press ol paperpractlcalweekly with liberal fIIt1stratloB and comple market reports from all thE leading market centers No farmer home is complete without it Yoa to know more about thi great Agricultural paper It wilt pa you in dollars and cents to read it veer Subscribe at once and get tin full benefit of this greet offer Sampl eoBteof both pp fifm Deat wait Write B8 to- dayiE i tJ CENTURY ENDS AT MIDNIGHT SUNDAY DECEMBER 31 1899 Hundreds of persons contend that the twentieth century will begin Janu ary 1 1900 while other hundreds contend with equal positivoness that the correct date is January 1001 writes Edward Box in the October Ladies Homfc Journal The 1900 contingent argue that of course the neW century begins with its numeral date and go on to figure out very deftly that with the last day of the year 1810 the hundred years will have run their course They argue that if the first year ended with December 31 of tho yraf the nineteen hundredth year must of course end with December 31 1899 and the first day of January 1000 is therefore the first dav of the newcentury And curiously enough this latter figure is correct but only in a numeral sense These statisticians overlook one very Important fact Lowever that it re quires one hundred years to make a century and it calls for no expert mathematician to figure it out that the full hundred years of tho nineteenth contnry will not have run their course until 12 oclock midnight of the 31st of December 1000 Numerically we enter the twentieth century With January 1 1000 nut nevertheless we must complete thtt entire year of 1000 and go through its 365 days before the actual nineteen hundred years shall have run their course LxniES For relief of women Ches ter Tansy Tablets worth their weight in gold A safe and certain monthly regulator a box MCBDOCK CURE Co nov29 ly Atlanta Ga BALDWIN Mrs Elizabeth Young has returned from a three months stay with the family of Nathan Fain at Fainville The members of Bethel church are in quest of a pastor for next year The church was without a pastor last year Corn is about nil gathered at this times yield not so good as last year and is selling at 40 cents per bUshel dc liveredMr Hayes Stocker of NicholasvUIe accompanied by his wife spent a few days with friends and relative here the past week Mrs Vlll Reynolds left Friday for Marine Illinois where she will join bur husband They expeCt to make that their future hOme Through the efforts of our enterpris lug merchant and postmaster Mr J G Baxter we have dally mail at Baldwin instead of only three times a week as we formely hind Kit Shiftier of McLean county Illinois paidhis old home here a short visit the Vast week returning home Saturday He hats three SoiiS living there at present There has been several crops of tobacco sold in this section at prices ranging from 6 to 73 coats ler pound The farmers are nbout through stripping tho weed down litifdt W J Harvey has sold Ills farm of ICO acres to Andrew Clark of Judson Ky for 2250 Mr Harvey has removed with his family lo Jefferson town Ky We wish Mr Harvey success in his tJuW homo and welcome Mr Clark In our midst It goes to every part Murdock Ca tarrh Cure It cures Colds Hay i evir anti all forms of Catarrh Price mailed on receipt of price See ad vertisment MUJIDOCK CURE Co nov2 ly Atlanta Ga The most interesting personality in the new State Senate will be Hon Cur tis F Bnrnam from the district com peted of the Counties ol Madison Es till Leo and powell Born in 1820 andt graduated at Yale In tno class of 1840 he was elected a member ofthe Legisla ture in 1851 tin 1852 lie WasJ a Presi dential elector for Scott and Graham eeved two more terms in the Legisla ture in 1663 waS the Republican nominee for Uuitedtatea Senator and was defeated by James Guthrle in 1861 was the Lincoln and Johnson elector for the Stateatlnrge and In 1875 Was appoint ed by President Grant assistant secretary of treasury Mr Burnain has been for nearly forly years President of a bank at Rtchmomij has the degree of LL D from CeutreCollege one fhls sons is a member of the Court of Appeals and another one lisa served in the lower House of the Legislature In all the States there is no finer specimen of the gentlemen of the old school and his presence will add to his dignity culture and courtesy Of a body sadly in- Deed of those graces Louisville Times Mr J Sheer Sedalia Mo saved his childs life by One Minute Cough Cure Doctors had given her up to die with cronp hs an nfalliblo cure forcolde coughs grippe pneumonia bronchitis and throat and lung troubles Relieves utonco Perry e Thomas Taxpayers of Lawrence county are rejoicing over the termination of their railroad bond suit which has just been decided in favor of the county by the Supreme court of the United States Toe principal au Intel cst due on bonds up to this date amounted to over 60 000 it being about 4 per cent of tax values Before suit was brought and the bobds declared void the county had paid over 40000 in interest and one bund of 1000 The termination of this suit puts Lawrence county out of debt Farmers Homo Journal Miss Annie E Gunning Tyre Mich says I Buffered a long time with dyspepsia lost flesh and became very weak Kodol liysppsia Cure completely cured digests what you eat and cures nit forma of stomach trouble It never taite to give immedi ate relief In the worse caeca Perry Thomas They say that U S Judge Waltfi r Evans who is etill contesting Oscar Turners seat in Congress from tile Lonisvlllo district is not doing so with tho Lope ot getting it but the 200 and more that the body allows contcs tants There aro others notably the one in this district who have Ill eve te the main chance and who without of fice could not make 2000 in 30 yearn Stanford Journal We need a new word pt cttology mealn1 the kimwMv wBtefe eoffeei practtcipKO k4 ff wMiMlcM z cti rnl 11 1I tltKK The Leading Specialists of Africa 20 YEARS IN OHIO 250000 Cur- edWECURESTRJCTUREl K Tnonmn of nt ini1ilc gc I fm narotroubUxlnilhibudUcasc many unconsciously They may havo a martI line ccmation mall tnittics dream harp cutting pains at times rligbtdi 3charge difficulty in commencing weak organs cmiuloni an l all the fjiuttotun KTURE 4turnMENT absorb tho stricturo tismaI heDce removcs tbo ptricl uro rermancn lIT fj tIrlunomethod ThOFexcalor nnrarectrcosth jthoWECURE SLEET F1 Thousands of youre and iciJOIcaBctl frritaitlynie They cfl fequeuJly vucoiicious GencralWetkncM e log JManhooiI Kcmrnsnc 1oor Jlcm Gfc ory Irritability at timci Errnrlinsben r Mtum Knnkcn Eye with dark circles V mlof4iiecisIitWiiIi1veWsrtfMftf JJM Anti Women OufNKW rnitTMKNT win ro tlrely fdr tit OnS tborteanci clullare if for a care wo accept lot treatment nitcannot carcj Tcnn modcratofurucuir cur GUARANTEED trint a4 CIJp1 rftff1toX t rsrlucwrwIrDRAINS IINNATUIUI MSOHAIttJ ES KI DNT5V nnl RLA MDEK Diwiw pf CONSULTATION FllKli HOOKS TREATENlyQUJDRS KENNEDYS KERGAH 122 VJ FOURTH STREET CIHCIrlNATIO7 a 1 ELEIQN Now being over all should settle down to business and forget our few political differences We do not be lieVo in a paternal govern ment and ask no special privileges or favors except that you idvof 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 RETUR1I for your money than any other house in the state Wall Paper from 4c on up to the finest goods made Win dow Shades lOc on up Pic ture Frames 20c on up We make a Mixed Paint for 110 per gallon in white black and all shades of colors the best on market at any price Stock of Window Glass the largest and prices right Call on QIM1 WILtGING ff Ill STREE- TRICHMOND KY u P1C rJJ The Ultra 350 FOR LADIES low The FAD IN Rl HM ND A Rubber Tire Faclory Here Mr S L Jflilkiff has installed tiie 1first and onU plant in tho county for the construction and repair of rubber tires for vehicles and is turning out factory work at lesS than factory prices Ve esarninerj Ijls wOk and found it equal to any in service He will be pleased to exhibit his own factory work anti quotaprlces He puts rubber tires ori old wheels and the life of tho vehicle isproloijgcd so that twice their I cost is saved nit to tnentioa the corn fort derived ocJ23tf I iiuII PURNITUREjI IEI tat L1 Our Prices Fl You 6iToECONOMYEt Make our values your standard i iI you will find every day needs fil at every day 6irtU H3 SATISFACTIO m 1T Is our aim the goods behind 1IJotil promise is our living ru 1j 6 II H 16 ll For anything and everything m jjj kept in a firstclass Furni p H 0 ture Store you will fine t il it at ismJE1I EJ W S OLDIIAMSI 6 SUCCESSOR TO BIGGERSTAFF OLDIIAM D El UNDERTAKING iJ 8 LINE COMPLETE iS El Day Phone 76 Night 136 liiiit1 lit hi athg Mti1 Ivctmcnt OF 1UBXINGTON KV m 186000 PAID IN LIVING BENEFITS m m 7275460 RESERVE AND SURPLUS fe Ij 9 JUITta terse ol Lite Insurance Wo pay the seine profits to the living that Insurance Com panics pay to the estates of deceased Largest profits consistent with safety and conservatism rf1 Every precaution for the protection of the investor For particulars app1y to K SMITH BOSAOTOTN c5 SECRETARY LEXINGTON KY j MRS A T MILLION Local Agent Richmond Ky IK L x xeX xer iII IX i 4 I 71 71 7f f7175 71 7W 4 + MUUiiSiw AIRTIGHT II ta illIt rn Is what you want in preference to all c others Reasons why you should get it and no other It gives more heat and 1usesmore substantially built like a hot air furnace It has largeradiatingsur face which circu lates the air rapidly jand heats the rooms 7 evenly Itisadouble i heater No dirt from ashes as it is carried away by the patent ash flue I- tt has perfect regula tion and easy to op erate The design of the stove is per feet The blacking of the outside facing never burns off and is I S bright all the year round For sale by rj = 1 M +D BIAObD i MFT 9 MAIN STREET RtcfiiioND KYSt t 1Rk1IfI IluIIIy iwi4 1jiLlIII1Ei r ILiThe Richmond Climax toO CRENAULTProprletor- A D MILLER Business Manger O K WOODS Editor WEDNESDAY DEC 6 1P99 rUHUSIIKU EVERY WErmiC3DAY BY The Climax Printing Co PRII IKH 1 KAR 150 Ir Bill Hflciiiridgo cant swallow Owens whocalll JUNK GAYLK va nominated or- olugrIM ill lilt Suvcuth to BU teed the IztIItIttLI elte DILtOWF4wao nominated by the Itniwu Democracy and endorsed by the IlupuliliiwiiH nnd will make the race against Gavlo for the vacant seat of Settle Tits fitly sixth Congress assembled on Monday David Is Henderson ol Iowa WHS elected Speaker of the louse by the Republicans receiving 177 votes Richardson Tennessee Democrat 153 others C THE new Congress is expected to pass two longpromised measures the gold standard bank hill aud rayneIIanna subsidy bill both ini quitons measures and both bearing close relation to the slush raiding fund STAND up oebe for your rights WatterKou truly says that Republicans think Democrats hare but two rights theright to be hanged and the right to IK damnnd They dont aaord us even the right to be defeated Thy want the offices elected ur not elected Let tho count BnniETs administration will- hll mcinorabln for the projection and fulfillment of Tie enterprise to take the evilminded or the unfortunate from their old haunts and bring them under the influence of iiuhistrv and of educa tin aiming to make of those possible criminals men and women whose characters are firmed by self knowl e Igu self reverence and selfcontrol EHFOUTS were made hy time friends of Editor U J Newton of the OWenton Herald to have him announce fur Con gross He would till the State honor in tie National Legislature if his people were to send him timers and they would do so if they were all as well awaro of his ability and uprightness as are his brothers of the ciuiltStanforil Jour nal Amen arid amen TUB Slate Elortion Commissioners mot Monday at Frankfort and inspect od the the returns from 50 of 118 coun ties Five counties Green Harlan Harrison Ohristimi and Fleming were passed fur argument y attorneys later Tito result of the count is mere con jecture It is likely there will bea con test before the Legislature whore memo bers will go on record for or against I1lIlitMr interference at election in the free commonwealth of Kentucky AFTER listening to his speech at the dedication of the Houses ot Reform Tuesday tays the Interior Journal an old man wont up to Gov Bradley and tluuk hands with him ummyingd1 am a Democrat and voted atinst you but Iam serrv now I did Why didnt you run astifn The Constitution forbids that replied the Governor when the old nmii Mild with vrmth Un the onstitniioii want yon to ho lover nor Mi lung nx ym livo TUB KenMiiky Houses of Reform were iIilhIIII diralrd nt Lexington list Vat lli ifccrw Mfe now ipeiI tit tlir wrong doxrs III the you m It i to be a vPry e ii of dope to thos e Oil vui pilh nit Hiegliailo nfevil ilefds lid u ttit t it lit infill to look on wiunixfYW Hun netillHoiiwlmt scMver iliiii5x fir lioiiuM just andof g tsl repin aid laiulil to Ijulievu that no mill losu 111111010 who for xxkint vii ways uonld live tho lifo of KtrrPa lot wtlfetip orting moil and Woiieu TUB Silver 1toulmikaiu National Convention jiolwliy will lu htM in llittMtmu city DS hA Democratic Con ventfon mill during the Maine wfftk aiidiiiiletu present figim fail tile fusion of 1SUC will he ieiioato1 and every Western State that went fur Bryan in 1808 will repeat it in IDOQnotwithxtand ing the Ropnbluuiii cry to the contrary At the meeting in Chicago last week of tho Kxeeutive Committee of the Silver lleputliiimK the dutermination of the Silverit to koop the Democrats wraiicht on the money question was shown liy ox Contrressman Towne Chairman of the Committeo who re innked The inisfllnn of the Silver Repuhli cniid is to bring thin Democrats mid Inpulist tortther aitid acting as a jriI1cdesh CF8fowefACo LEXINGTON KY Now For XmasEvery Thing for You For the Mother For tha Father For Sister Brother Baby Or Sweetheart and there reno ethics that we know that preclude you get ting your gifts at a bar JraiI Sensible selecting ineuns picking what will give pleasure and be useful be yond a day me ns spend iug ones Christmas money so astQ brighten the f day for the greatest number Our aid is at your ser vice and the savings here on a few things will pay for others you thought you must omit Come and see us fits easier thinking in the store 01 flBrower coli MAIN AND BROADWAY LEXINGTON KY PeplI 17 iA feft Si b fe x WHILE this nation held aloft tbo doctrine of Eelfgovernment and the principles ot a republic it dared toex press its sympathy struggling mankindeverywhere Greece wns struggling for her Daniel Web ter thundered out the sympathy the American people and when the Cubans were to be free Con gress heard their cries and promised HUrcor stud relief but today in faraway Africa in the Dutch republic the Been are offering up to govern themselves and this great nat ion Simula with its hands tifd and its monh guwgedand dare not offer one word of Kymiathy What a pectacle thu greatest republic in all times airam to say n word and why Because if we expressed sympathy with time Enir liind would cable bark What is the matter with the Filipino 1 Uryan MAJOR A T WOOD of Mr Sterling one f the uiodt prominent Rvpubli cans III Kentucky once his party nom- Inee for Governor and appointed by Gov Bradley U S Senator lor a few brief hours does not look upon the Democratic Election Commissioners as do saysTuo Pryor and Poynlz I know personally They are good lawyers and know their duty And I have no reason to doubt that they will perform it As for Judge Pryor I have practiced law before him from 1873 until he left NeaIa judge is as stainless ns a star and no lan OttO make me believe that in his decliningyears lie would do anything which would mar his good name before the people of Kentucky Time people- should wnlt until the commtsaionerg- decide these questions and have a little more confidence in tho integrity of mankind BRECKINRIDGE AGAINST OWENS Lexington Herald December Of course The Herald will not sup port Hon W C Owens for Congress and this was known before bin nomina tion When we were called upon to know whether The Herald would support Mr Owens wo frankly answered that the manager of The Herald only could answer that question j that he atone controlled The Herald but that we would not support him nut because of his opposition in the former contest nor for any utterance made by him in that contest but because of the means used by him and with lila knowleJge by which both his nomination and elec tion were secured We have not united with time Brown Democracy we are not Republican have not joined the Hon est Election League and have not par ticipated ir the conventions which made this nomination and have re mained free to take such course as eeemed best after action was taken Our judgment was that time nomination of a Republican was the mst expedient Iil leaders of both the Republican and Brown parties disagreed with this judgment and their action is now sub mitted to the voters of the district The very foolisL andextreme action of the Frankfurt convention ought to defeat Mr Gayle We cannot understand how sensible and up right gentle men like Mr Rogers Clay and Capt John H Carter could bring themselves to sin the resolutions reported by the committee of which they were mom bers nor how such a mnn ns Col Allen could under any circumstances consent to accept A nomination upon such a platform And the nomination by the Drown Democrats and Republicans an objectionable candidate upon whom all elements of npi osition wouldunite might imavebeon followed hy the defeat of Mr Gayle which the Humiliation of Mr Owens makes certain lie who writes this has no attack to make upon Mr Owens he makes io criiism npuii the action of time two con ventions which naminatcd him He simply announces that he cannot accept that nomination as in the interest of pure party government or homiest elections not can he ask his friends to support it W C P BBECKINRIDOE PSONAL improingMrs D B Shackelford is rapidly re coveringMr Hood Little is visiting friends in Louisvillc visitimmgfriomds Jir and Mrs Lee Todd of Ford vis ited relatives here Sunday last Mr T J Moherley of Strongs Big ThanksjhingMrs Elizabeth Millor and Miss Bessie are at homo from Winchester Mr J A Elliott and family of Lex ington are tho guests of Mr J M ISoeii at Kingston Mrs Lou Elgin of Georgetown IP visiting her daughter Mrs H G Tur nor on Fifth street Mr nnd Mrs H C Shipp of George town spent Thanksgiving with Mrs W D Oldliam on Broadway Mrs David G Martin of Corhin ar rived on Saturday and is the guest of her sister Mrs J C Chenault Mr A D Flora leaves today with the Kentucky Colonels for a tour of the West returning in three weeks Mr Harry B Beck Circuit Clerk of daughterMissMrs Mary W Williamsons article on the Land of the Sky Aslieville and vicinity is printed on our first page Mrs 13ruti W Turner and children BpentTilanksgivingwitii Mayor and Mrs John E Garner at Winchester lastweek Mrs J J McRohertB of Stanford mother of Miss Dollie McRoberts who is a frequent and welcome visitor here is the guest of her sister Mrs M M Millor Tho Prandennial Clnb meets tomor row Thursday evening with the Presi dent Gov McCreary at his resicence Dinner at 7 p m Mrs Bottle Denny sister of the late Col Jno It Faulkner is ill of pneu monia at the residence of her niece Mrs George D White at Whites Sta tion Mr and Mrs W R Letcher and Misses Mary Dover and lint lie have resideinnext to Mrs Walters Mrt and Mrs Charles Arnold of Georgetown are guests of Mrs H G Turner Since their arrival here their voryillMiss MnryHpencer Smithspent a Jew days week her sister Mrs James Benton at Winchester en route home from the funeral of her uncle the late Cap A H Goodloe The latters death is described on an oatside page of todayss CLIMAX Mr William Tones ot Madison coun ty who has returned from A business trip to Florida was with his brother Dr M E Jones hero Satur day and Sunday He says that fruit growers and ganlners are very despond cropsAnderson Mrsr W Alcorn attended the State meeting of the Daughters of tho Confederacy atllichmond and ells us that tile vasitdts were royally entertained and give a splendid reception at the spenkllinnoble cause in which the Daughters Of gedStanfordJohn J McRoberts cashier of the First Ifatlonl Ba kof Stanford Jma ben appoiatamembr CUbe board J 4 ThetBestis the Cheapest Experience teaches that good clothes wear longest good foodgives best nutrition and a good medicine that cures disease is naturally the Best and cheapest Hoods Sarsaparilla is the best medicine money can buy because it cures when all others fall Poor Heath0ad poor health for years pains in shoulders buck and hips vjHh constant headache nervousness And no appetite Used Hoods SarstLpariHa gained strength and can WOrk hard all day eat heartily andsleep tuett I took it because it helped my husband to whom GlfleIsMoose ort1 SaJlJa Hood Pills ellr liver ml the nonirritating aS 7cathrtlc te take With floo4a Sanpartl of commissioners of the Kentucky School for the Deaf at Danville in place of Hon P M McRoberts resigned Stanford Journal Mr McRoberts is a brotherinlaw of Mrs M M Miller of this city and is one of the leading citizens of Lincoln county Mr John II Chandler of the law firai of handler Norman of Jouis villeis here this week and was warmly welcomed by his large circle of friends Though he is as fund as ever of Rich mood he is satisfied that from a proleftsionil standpoint at least his removal to Louisville was a wise step His firm enjoys a nice practice far ex ceed ing their expectations Time CLIMAX will next week publish the brilliant address made here last week by Mrs AM Harrison before the The Third Annual Meeting of the Kentucky Division of the Daughters of the Confederacy rime demand for the address in printed form has become so great that has been asked to publish it which it will gladly do Extra copies of the paper may be had mailed free to any address by this office at 6 cents a copy Reductions for large quantities Time Century Club met on Friday evening with Rev Jasper K Smith at his pretty home on the University campus An eight course dinner was served at 7 p in a repast which for HUinptuonsness and service has rarely been equaled and nevorexcelled by thai club Time topics discussed was Our New Possessions lead by the Secre tary Prof Gordon 1axton followed by Dr Logan and Messrs Crooks Miller tihackelford Harris Smith and others The guests were Messrs W K Letch er Sr 11 E Turley and C E Woods Of the many dinners served on Thanksgiving III Mmlitoii last week none surpassed that of Mr and Mrs T C Willis About thirty persons sat around the lieavilyladened board and enj yed the sumptuous repast Turkey and cranberry sauce oyster soup and celery chicken salad and oyster cro jellieIcakes without number were among the delicacies served The host of relatives and friends composed a merry partybut the rotund form and jolly connten mince of Orandpap Josia linker Willis was sufficient sauce for the occasion which was one of the most enjoyable it has been our pleasure to attend The Cecilian Club met with Mrs J T Akern on Wednesday Novcmberj 22 with eight members subject for time afternoonwns Vocalists and Song Writers of the Past anti Present JHtcj Helen Itenneit read a well prepared article on the History or Origin of Song Sirs S Oldbam Mrs Pickels sammg a duetl Heart a Voice by Glover and Mrs Oldliam read a paper on Son Writers Time members discussed vocalists and muttic lane in general each One having some nine iutereslini to saw which made it very instructive anj pleasant The musicians of our town Were quite fortu nate in having Mrs W G White as orignator of the club She is untiring m her efforts to make it a success anti made a most ctlirient President last expiringMrsPresident and has already proven her yearTimeport of the proceedings of tho Cecilian Club from a different contributor each week The following notices are taken from musical journals of the past week Cecilian Chaminade who is well known by her fine songs and graceful piano pieces will make a tour of this ontitry in early spring She is a sister inlaw of Motzkowsky Madame Mosz kowsky being her sisterPatti it is said con template a positively last tour in the country uejt season Whatever may be the state of her voice she is certainly the best known and best advertised singer of the age Her recent marriage has brought her before the public aud there will no doubt be a lively curiosity to see and bear this operatic Cleopatra whoso infinite variety age does not seem to wither or custom state Music in the opinion of many ranks second only to faith and religion and apart from its power its effect and its many advantages we may justly regard it as belonging to heaven rather than to earth awakening and stimulating as it does in our hearts a desire to praino the Almighty with palms and thanksgivings O RELIGIOUS personsIntwo weeks preaching by Hider Wills Rev T S Hubert lately of Rich mond is winning golden opinions at tawronceburg fs shown by the Anderson News There will be preaching at tho Baptist church tomorrow morn ing at 11 oclock by the Rev T S Hu bert pastor of the Methodist church Mr Hubert came here a few weeks ago an entire stranger to our peoplelmt he is rapidly growing in favor and he hearinghiothisermons and the elegant lecture which be delivered here a short time ago he is acquiring a reputation as an orator There will be no other preaching in town tomorrow nil congregations uniting in one Thanksgiving service The Union Thanksgiving service at time First Presbyterian church last Thursday was very largely attended Rev H G Turner of tho Methodist church preached an unusually strong sermon which was the subject of much heartyindorsentThe singing was by a choir composed of Sirs W S Oldham Mrs J V Logan Mr J V Logan and Mr D Flora The latter anti Mrs Oldham sang solos Mr Flora singing in his old KentuckyColonel Cimautauquasttmroughcut Oldhams voice seemed never so sweet and those who know her best and love her most are never more pleased than when she sings aa she always does with her voice her heart her soul BIRTHS TODDTo the wife of N G Todl of BrassQeld a daughter Henryilayburim The Climaxs Pressni to Each Subscriber Oliver II P Bolmonts weekly ilIustra creepingintocouraging way that must please ItB millionaire backer While The Ver dict is similar in some respectatoPuck pointsForb flounmitring in tim polities whirl pool while The Verdict comes out ChicagoPlatformof this great DeHwcrstHJ journal wIn soonTimeooe year will be O4Sly 4375wIer w Q ijG JThIss FANNIE WATTS SECRETARY Richmond Chapter United Daughters of Confederacy the price of the Verdict alone is U Mr Belmont time owner of The Ver dict is said to be close to Mr Bryan and is slated for Ambassador to England or a Cabinet position in case Bryan Is elected These rumors are wafted along by the political wiseacies bnt those who are close to Mr Belmont claim that bo is wholly unselfish in this movement It is an omen worthy of thedeepestthought thata very Wealthy man one of the members of the sacred limiter circle comes out definitely as an enthusiastic adherent of the Chicago platform While its political program will attract many readers there are other good points in Tho Verdict that are sure to draw readers The stories of Wolfville and time far West by Lewis the clever illustrations straight from the shoulder editorials inside sporting and theatrical gossip Democrats will- find Time Verdict worthy of special attention hereafter Remember Verdict and CLIMAX 0110 year 375 01 Interest to JlladisonlCounly Among Mrs Mary J papers Mr JS Hughes found copies of time Louisville Journal of August 8 1853 of the Frankfort Yeoman Juno 2 1849 and of the Lexington Observer aud Reporter August 23 ISM Tho Henldetsollof its pages are full of advertisements including notices of negroes for sale and runaway negroes The leading editorial is a discussion of time recent congressional election in which Elliott Democrat defeated Dr Pierce in the Madison county district which was considered the Gibraltar ot the Whigs their usual majority being 3000 It was a misfortune to the Whigs says Mr Prentice but It was Just what Dr Pierce deserved for thruatbg himself in the canvass and lec1inln all pro posals of the adjustment of his claims Thats one 1Yof disposing of a troublesome customer and sometlnes perhaps the best if not the only way the article ends At the same election 51 whigs and 36 Democrats were elect ed to the Legislature In that day the Louisville and Gait judging by the ar rivals published were as now lead ing hotels the former being kept by Kean and the latter by Bishop IIThe other hotels mentioned are Exchange and Owens Hotel The postmaster general seems to have just de cued that a stamp could not btS cut from an envelope and use on another one even if it had not been cancelled ind the question is made time subject of an article to the effect that a govern ment is not honest w Inch would make such a tuBing The typography of the Jurnal is fully up to thatot today and the paper would be a credit oven to these and more progressive times We will make extracts from JridayIitanfordJournal Rich Mineral Deposits of Madison By Hon C 1 Bearer Below is the paper prepared by Hon C L Searey by request of Cow missioner Agriculture of the State upon time mineral resources of Madison county It is worth reading and pre serving for it is a valuable contribution to the countys statistical literature to which none is able to contribute than the distinguished citizen of Waco While there are no present indica tions o finding any of the precious metals in the county there certainly an immense ieposit of very valuable developedExcellent stone in numerous places in large quantities Near Clays Perry owing to time excellent KentuckyMarblelarge deposit of fireproof buildingstone that has been extensively used for years throughout the county and stands the hottest fire without crumbling Coal is found near Big Hill but not sufficient shipping facilities to mine profitably In time eastern portion of the county near Waco there is an in exhaustible deposit of valuable clays very rich in aluminum and an im memo deposit of white Baud The white clay or Kaolin Is onlo two or three feetunder the surface and veins are irom two to seven feet thick It has been repeatedly tested by experts and manufacturers and received medals for excellency from UIi Government If developed it will make queensware and works of art while from the other val uable clays pottery and good brick and innumerable articles of profit can be made There is a large local demand from builders for the sand It has the the reputation of being sharp and clear of dirt Will make good glass and could be used extensively in the cities by concrete manuCncturcrslithoraph- ers and of other industries Salt was manufactured in timEs o EveryImidicatlons in this section Oil runs out of the plncesthesurlaelike asphalt rock A local company struck black oUt in sinking wells from 20 to 35 feet in a number of places Tne black oil is a natural printers ink of the best qualityJust us it comes from the ground gas escaped from a broken down well for several weeks until drowned out by water There are a number of excellent rain eral springs in the county All the sulphur springs on Muddy Creek tons of sulphate of iron orfools gold is im bedded in the rocks on the surface On ly the presence capital and grit is needed to convert these silent vaults of nature into beehives of Industry giving employment to idle capital and still more Idle labor Mr Elzie Million Becomes Judge Elizfo Million His First Diclslen el Great Importance A moderate sized crowd gathered in the lower court room n on Monday to countyjudgehis seat on time bench of the Madison County Court A shivering crowd stood around the stove a few lawyers and spectators were inside the arid representatives of the OLIMA and Pantograph were present The new Judge walked in shook hands with ssv therostrutuhunga peg and took his seat as naturally as if he had been it the last several years His selfpossessfon wits noticeable There was no disturbance certainly the Democrats did not break wbUetheItepubticanswere over tire realization of their long cherished ambition thq few Democrats present got what little comfort they out contemplating the classic features of their Idol William T Bryan which shown resplondant in JudghCWCobb SS The firJjt motion made before ihfl YanceyMgrjittCreary precinct of Union district JSTo sotinem had the attorney made time motion for his client than Judge Mil forhiswkJiMireftd interest The Court holds that UHloa dirtript by a mawlty voted attIstm licwaiBg thell4l of i r Ai vvfc1 I f MRS OfJiD CBENAUIr I PRESIDENT whisky and the Court will not set nsMe the will of the majoiity The attorney argued that the election null and void on the technicality that three district Jmd Jointly voted upon it Union and Ellis ton against license Richmond for and time county Election Commission held that the election for three districts was illegally called that the Court of Appeals having decided that a whole county or district can not override one precinct In other words that enc precinct as a unit of the county shall govern itself Therefore as the Mc Creary precinct at said election had voted for license It legally could be and should be governed accordingly that license should be granted land Responding Judge Million used this language Time Court holds that Union distric like others Is divided into two precincts for the convenience of the Who elect one nuauuatrate amid are jointly anti mutually affected by his acts etc I will not thwart the ex pressed Will of the people there or elsewhere upon a technicality 1 over rule the motion for license to eell hiuor in time Union districtSThis first dicision of the new Judge singularly enough was upon a ques tion which more than any other entered into the minds of the people dur lug time recent canvass for the office Mr Million by some was supposed tp have pledged himself to grant these tavern licenses In event of election and hence great interest centered in hisdicision It is needless to say that his position as aboved defined will meet with the approval not wily of the people of Union but with a of the citizens of the county In a subsequent interview Judge Million eaid that wherever the people by a majority have expressed their wishes he would be governed accordingly Furthermore that before he would grant Ii cense elsewhere it would require a pre ponderance of evidence showing that such license will be acceptable to the peopleSIt is understood that Geo E Edwards had a similar petition ready for filing for license in the same precinct but decided it was useless to present it Time Judge will be given another test upon this subject when George Cent ley applies for license to sell liquor at or near Boonesborn which we believe is in a precinct that has not voted on license Miss Margaret ParrIsh the accom pushed private stenographer and secre tary to Judge Turpin will be retained until her successor Mr Parker Adams learns the ropes of his position as see rotary to the now County Judge Beware of Ointments for Catarrh that Contain Mercury as mercury will surely destroy the sense of smell and completely derange the whole system when entering it- tlirougliJime mucous surface Such ar- tides should never be used except on prescriptions from reputable physic as e they will do is ten fold to the good you can pors bly derive from timers Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by F J Cheny Co Toledo 0 contains no mercury and is upontimefivstem In buying Halls Catarrh Cure be sure you get tho genuine It is taken internally and made in Toledo Ohio by FJ Cheney Co Testi monlals free Sold by Druggistsprice 75c per bottle Halls Family Pills are the best 1m Few Equals Has This Case of Gratitude An instance of rare occurrence has just come under our observation illus trating the beauties of benevolence and the graces of true gratitude About three years ago an insmance agent and his wife arrived in this city put up at A private boarding house and remained for several weeks Time couple were of highly respectable api penrance and deported themselves becomingly But times were hard insurance held had more supportHpinching hand upon his purse and he and his young wife were confronted with a board bill without the where with to settle it What was to be done They were strangers In a strange land with only their gentility to recommend themtothe indulgence ofa pitiless land lord who had grown gray in the set vice of unworthy pensioners upon his bounty Providence pointed out the way which though rugged lead at last to succor and success It seems tho gentleman before em barking iu the insurance business had been an experienced salesman of drugs and medicines He received a letter Just when his spirit had touched the st ebb of hope offering hima fine position with the celebrated Cod Liyer Oil manufactures Scott Bowne He was asked to come to Nashville im 1I10diatelyandmeet an agent of that firm to arrange for his employment at a good salary He told ufo wife and that dejected but trusting little woman bado him confide the secret of their professionprofessional courtesy would impel him to extend a helping hand to a brotherdruggist In distress Wise woman that Her jUtlgment swayed him and her adviCe was followed The stranger told the story of his needs and of the lucrative position almost In his prominentdrulgists the landlord was inured to the hard- luck stories of unfortunates unworthy yInprldeforballehimfortune touched the heart of the met chant and he gave the stranger 15 sufficient to defray tho expenses of his trip to Nashville But disappoint plentyDelaybeen given another and hero ho was 300 miles from his penniless wile hope vanished and only memory of other and happier days with which to crown sorrow He telegraphed his who of his defeat a id soon her trunk was attached and she turned out tho street homeless and unktioI1- The news of her Bttress reached the ear of the druggist rfeho had befriended her husband and bQJ roe o her relief ladysboardSome little timeliter this the husband returned to Richmond and joined his wife He brought notl1inl- lint the sad story of his dl appornt went JIlt he was still true still manly and untouched harm when 1ia blsachhiJhenrtand his sorrows drowned by drink The merchant who had twice bridged over their difficulties cause lanYard in this supreme moment of tbeir trouble and presented them with a well filled purser to carry thorn frour he Kited sceqo of their Undoing la their old borne In the south With over flowing heartffthey accepted the kind ly departedA ensued The in cidtint had beert forgotten by the met dbantror if remembered wan reverted to perhaps as only mother instance pItyafld benevolence rewarded by in gratitude But one day inJune a tet 1jql1eita prom to send theibalanco sees rAnother year elapsed another letter time nlarser checkl5iyand timedebt so InrBmoney c pay was caowled news accom lbe Jetielr of thanki Time stratuledinsnrarice mahUie ex lniK gist was now n prosperous physician still blessed with love of his devoted wife with friends and patrons by thousands and prosperity stalling Benignfy upon him nnd lila This lofty exhibition of one of the rarest graced of the human heart gratitude is worthy of record no less worthy the unselfish deed of the strangers benefactor For obvious reasons the latters narrie iswitliold Time forme need never be ashamed of hisDr G XV Rush 23 East Liberty street Savnoinah Ga c x w Pat1Qi lloc In ur cd Insure your Jvclllngs barn and all other property in the Burn GrASS INSDKANCK Co of Lexington Ky home institution Gives protection again si Fire Lightning and Torna do No assessm ent calls made and no initiation fees charged The cheapest and most reliable company for the people of our county now operating at the gets cheaper ever year as long an you continue in said corn pany For further information call on their agent and collector 8 Rn Black Attorney atLaw Richmond Ky office on Main Stteet opposite Court ilooso next door to State Bank It Co second floor J H UARTER Pres mar24lr O C BOSWORTH Sec7 FOR RENT The residence of the late Stephen B White on High SL Apply to- John All Higgins SILMSEIW++++4 4+4 +4+Helps very greatly an entrance Into so ciety or the business world and nothing assists moro to mato success PBOSrEKITY AlfD CLEAN WNEN are closely rilled perhaps you are not aware of it Let us Larder Ywr Lisen ladles and gentlemen No one can please 700 in the getup of your goods better than we can Come and inspect our facilities for doing fine work- RC1ITONDSTEAM LAUNDRY W ARiII lQ BUiTBR Mrs Ellen V Gibson hereby notifies the lwrlanua gun will prosecuted to the fall extent of the law a =Expert Optician= FROM Keodricks of Louisville AT Hotel Qlyndon OpticalDerartmenl3 detectingdefectsofhaving obscure visual defects and who have never yet had glasses which gave entire satisfaction Examination free and satisfaction guaranteed on every fitting Wnia KenddcksSons 170UNDED 1832 LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY JEWELERS AND OPTICIANS ONE WEEK ONLY 4 4 4 4 las urri Flputli Rub The TRUE BLUE Strain Cockerels for sale 100 Trios i500 Thiscompletes my 21st year of breeding the one va riety exclusivelyMRS ARBUCKLE SUrer Creek Madison Co Ky nov233m + ++++++4 ++ M + u lr lADIES igIi j I S 111 a ccV Our assortment of Ladies Jackets Furs J descripveach article but can safely say that we 11t 4 havea =Stock Afor Wrps= to suit every one and our PRICESare the LOWEST on high grade goods and it no other firm in the City can compete with us We are offering a select line V of Jackets at following prices 200 224 ti 3OO 449 tI 674 tI 800 fill tdt You will find in this lofca complete assortment f 11lVsuchc 11 1 prkeYout up your mind to purchase a wrap V 2 ifyouthink d LADIES GENTS ANtCULMNiiIEy The yatie in fWItejMirtiiwt cax lIt be f oW resisted TRY US GENTS FURMISEINGS AND A SPEC fALTY + LADIES BUSS GOODS i Ifinwantof MILETNERY call and see us we can save you maney f ec lil b ittetoC 2zde- c J E Ve ELDER edAtNtF4 McCAU ATTI KWt Ii i Jv 1 t SS SS S tS ISSISSSw S 5 5 SS SS5 5S 5SSSS oS e e SSSp t e a I ee flioa 111 Q IThe BeG eso g 5I Ole 1cj S S e ii Ie Best Displaylf e Se o Dont fail to stop in and see what we have Wash Fabrics Outing Flannels light and dark ground solid colors t stripes and checks extra heavy fine a quality at lOc per yd Goodvalues also at 5 and ScSs s e= Eiderdown Cloakrng Flannels good qui1 15S 9 ity solid white pink and olive at 0 35 and 49c SKIRTSLdies Outing Underskirts e S 0 39 inches 0 yds wide 25c 0 sS3 s Net Fleeced Lod Skirts at same 5s8 50cSeS S SKNIT UNDERWEAR 0 s fi andSOS A Os c nlon Suits 25 50 and l9 cc3 os- BLANKETS AND COMFORTS 5 Just come and inspect them See the 1 bargains in these winter coverings 10 Prices extremely moderate A nice upa n as I PATTERNSSPlain and fancy a variety of color and e verybest G 0 e RIBBONS 5 oQ Fine all silk ribbons in the new color effects for neck and belt 25c per yd 0 S ISCCydSC e SlJS J 3 1 10 and 15c s 0 differentSopatteiIlsS e forS e S iuctsS 3 S I 5 S S itiTDont fail to call 5 0 cYours R tfuII yca SS s- 5I1 e OWEN MKEE t 0 tt 55 e eo tS sfe SSOO C S SOQsi ixiRADY i e FORJ j XMASL OLSV Our immense store is now filled to overy flowing with the newest most attractive and p1 useful articles for oa tks ri consisting ofLadies DesksChif foniers China Cabinets Book Cases Rockers Hall and Libra ry Chairs Morris Chairs Jar 4 diniere Stands and Screens Space prevents us giving a full list of the Ld beautiful things we have this season and in 1 vite you to make us an early call and avoid the rush You can make your purchases now from a full and complete stock at your 4 leisure delivered any day the month 4 p you desireWAUIC WkItifu 2Q SI NEVILLE MOBERLEYI 220222 W Ffain Street t tiTTT1Ti T A stThtiL For Your Living Every Day But Its What You Get For Your Money fairInice4eM turmoil a o u n e Never befQrc has the public treated to such a in the vayof HIGH GRADE ftf BOOTS SHOES SATS MENS FURNISHINGS such extreme LOW PRICES as we are G offering fall We guarantee to save you money on each purchase Call and see us and be convinced that we the most complete line of Boots and Shoes found in Richmond and at L2 prices that will please you 4 jr I t J J J JThe Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY DEO 6 1890 Pr Hobson Dentist New couuil met last night Toy folding beds at Collins Tftjs in Collins Second street xineensware at cost at Collins Kvcrythltij in toy line at Collins Toy pistols null fire works at Col lins Christmas candies nuts fruits at fulling Monday was a regular pneumonia breeder Two rooms full of toys nt Collins lirotvry Toy bureaus diessors safes bed bt HM nt Collins Court day crowd small Cattlo sold at three and four cents Ralph Binghamnt Court House TiiHcday night No 19 Pure Qua given Teeth extracted 4it linut pain by nit Iloasox decCtf Cnpt N U Burrus and wife of lliMwin are now residents of this cily The Three Musketeers at opera 10Is Saturday night See notice else Iere Last week was ono of almost in r Slut iHlshino and balmy atmos phere iTMj cooking cloves banks drums Utthfr doll buggies rocking horses uwut Collins Thanksgiving day was a glorious climax to a wenk already radiant with sunshine and balmy air In the Garrard Circuit Court Gillis 1ratlier got 21 years for killing llobt Uiiriuii at Paint lick last July Auctioneer Prewett reports the Nil ui twentynine Imrsts court day at prices ranging from 7 to S40 60 Teeth Kxtracted2o cents JIlt HoiisoN Richmond Ky Thanksgiving pastries in abnnd auci on sale at Kiuimera Hotel Bakery IjanOO Squire D P Armor has received ti far loud of Christinas goods Call before rueli and select your preents Messrs White Hush guarantees tin ihreo Musketeers to be one of tIlt finest plays that ever visited Rich hnoml The snow of fcunday night and lulIIIV while not perhaps deep lIflnliaUl1rs well for the protection of the furndvuiiLtd wheat If you have any oak awli poplar or walnut logs or trees and wish to sell Uwui Mr wish write or rail onIHOY SenKit Co aiovat dm NicliiliiMvillo Ky It is dark now soearly in the after thnt rounlry peoplo havo to leave tlwn by two oclock or be caught on lif road bv iliH liiiMfiiing darkness ill l iwn the oltirtric lights and gs dis pel the gloom early Four hundred choke pure bred Plyniiuth llock inttkciels and pullets perdozenruty15 for Fill HiitR- Mit II II foiVEK sppt20tf Richmond Ky A lady nwitihe1 into our office the liar day nlaimil l down a dollar and sailou may scratch mSofT She turned on her heel and was gone be fore we could ask the whys or whore jobdutieLancaster Record Mr A A McKinney has been Ji bydiectorMOW held by W II Miller of Rich mond mijl to III Democrat and he alas tendered his resignation HR assist in cashier of tile First National bank of this place to take effect January Stanford Journal I Putnam representing Win Ken jewolersfweek with the most complete equip Iiiiiitofeye testing instruments over iecn in this city This oilers good op unity for those needing glasses to Iao their eyes tested by an export in dlrsed bv a house whose name is a qualltvNnation and the reputation of the house is mirli that all who purchase glasses will he sure of gettiug goods of the best quality and accurately fitted by an ex pert What Monday Was Monday was a coM cloudy windy muddy damp disagreeable winter day Ralph Blnghan rhis renowned impersonator will ape nght1ecember Moved to Kirkjville Dr Ira Brown Oldhnrn one of the best known among our conqty physi clans has moved to Klrksvllle and with his family is occupying the Wil more property Suicide at Paint Lick Wra Tudor a prominent Mason hung himself at Paint tick Saturday night a Lancaster dispatch to- MonllaY8 Times adding that the com munity Is greatly shocked Tax Supervisors Judge Turpin afPointelffhe follow ing the board for UyhceHlchardJenkins nnd George White They meet and orgaiiuto January FOr SaC ISightccrt and one quarter acres oi pood land two miles cast of Richmond an the Irvine For particulars call on oraklress lljsv A J TMiBtilE IjaflOO Richmond Ky Frosh fingers cakes pies rolls bread oyster patties etc at Zimmer Hotel Bakery IjanOO Good Cattle Sales Col Robert Duerson weighed up 100 big cattle to S Wiehl last week at 532 per hundred This was one of the best bunch of cattle shipped from Madison this year J C Adams bought 20 yearling perhundredNew Wall Paper House in Richmond The drug firm of Perry Thomas has installed a perfectly beautiful linn ot wall papers and have Mr W L reeds a skilled artist to hang and decorate rooms to suit all tastes and punes No trouble to show goods 3UR23tf Returned to His First Love Brown Democrats who heard with delight the Honorable Halibut Corbett of Corholtsville speak hero during the campaign will be as much painedas some other Democrats are to learn that he hiss publicly announced his intention of speaking for and supporting the straight Democracy hereafter Mil itary rule and Republican hoggishness generally turn a mans stomach if noth ing else can InlimldalorsIAs Sam Embry Jr and Jesse Alver son were going to the dej ot together givebondLouisville to answer an indictment for election intimidating a man remarked Here go the intimidators Those who do not know the two can appre ciate the remark when they are told that both together are not as big as a three cent loaf of bread after a hearty meal has been taken from it Stanford Journal The Bucking Mule Caught the Children The children of Madison county ought to see the wonderful toy just re ceived at Tom Collins Mammoth grocery on second street It is a wonder ful bucking donkey driven by a funny donkeyjumpsbalks rnd begins to kick up and back the chariot the clown whipping and all the time This is only one of hundreds of IOVH at Santa Claus headquarters in 1om Collins mam moth grocery Bought A Planing Mill DurginhaveNicholasville says the esteemed Val View Argeut The gentlemen in question are hustlers from away back Kill will undoubtedly succeed in their new venture Mr C C liuigin of Nichol avillu will probably be in placeTueNooo They will probably in the near future put in a circular saw mill and run it in connection with their planing mill Off for Frankfort Mr R Lee Davis went to Frankfort yesterday morning having been sum moned as a witness in the United States court against Messrs House and Likes who will be tried this term for alleged fraudulent use of the mails Tho case was jiostponed frCm the May term Mr Davis will also keep his eye on the Election Commissioners and telegraph the UMAX if Bradley calls out his tin soldiers to seat Taylor by force in which event well wager a gin ger cake that R Lee will take his de parture by first balloon Coaches Loaded With Armed Men Four extra coaches loaded with armed men attached to Mondays early morning train enroute to Frank fur passed through this city Tile tHen were from the mountains prepared to see that the Hogjaw of tucky polities gets Goebels seat as Governor Frankfort is full of thefe armed Republicans but the man who can defeat John Young Brown the L N It Rt the National administration and the Republican party of Kentucky can not bo bluffed by bull dozers patriotismCut An Attorneys Throat George Hill a young man from Bear dlspnteithdav nt p in anti Jt resulted in the knockdown of Hill who cut Tudor badly The knife wounds extended from the hack of the neck to the chin the large tendons of the heft side of the neck being severed by two gashes A third thrust split Tudors nose wide open for two inches He bled a gallon before obtaining surgical aid but was sewed up without flinching His as sailant skipped out of town before of ficers could get him John Griffith Among the many pleasant theatrical friends that visit us annuallynone is more welcome than lIt is not a great actor and sfudent he Is also one that keeps abreast of the times that is in presenting time public what they want and intellectual drama His first success in this city was the presentation of Faust1followe1 by the Enemy to last season The Avenger In all thoSe plays every attention was paid to the stage appointments and scenic equipments each representation more lavish than the former in this respect we did not think they could be excelled but they are to ho in every particular his last sue cess Dumas Three Musketeers which will be presented Saturday December Oth at White JJusbs opera house Richmond OyEECOATS Covington Mitchell iYou may be a Son of Toil amid the worlds funnyStillbelowADepend on WHAT YOU GET FOR YOUR MONEY I tbeen feast this carry RICE ARNOLDfi SUITS Covington Mitchell Capl Goodloes Will The will 01 the late Capt Archibald II Goodloe who died last week in Lex ington was probated in the Fayette county court on Wednesday He leaves his entire estate to his wife Fannie Edgar Goodloe making her executrix of the instrument It bears the date of July 3 1895 and was heinjROn an outside pageof todays CLIMAX appears a lenghty notice of Capt Good loes and a brief sketch of his life It names a number of citizens of this county relatives of the deceased Compliments For a Teacher ValleyViewdialogues and recitations by the pupils stringbandfor the occasion The church was granted Miss Clark and one of the largest crowd that ever assembled within its walls was on hand Miss Clark de serves great credit for the way she managed the lengthy program she had previously mapped out Her success as a teacher has been gratifying to her many friends she having successfully taught one of the best at this placeArgent C U Gels It in the Neck Central Universitys football eleven was given a sound beating by Center Colleges team at Danville last Thurs day the score being Centre 34 35 or 30 to something like 16 for C U Our boys take their defeat without kicking but do say that if Centres coach had not played as he ought really not to have been allowed to do on any technicality the result would have been different as Fauvre the Centre trainer made four of the five touch downs and was sim ply invincible He has playedon Yale we believe and was matriculated as a student to come within the rules However Centre is champion for 00 in football and we aro not Lot it go at that Circuit Courl JudgeScottmighty powerful instructions to the Grand Jury especially upou election frauds and violations the game law AndyUrittonjiil Virgil Weaver for shooting J W Griggs horse 10 and cost Time case of Commonwealth vs Haues Adair comes when a motion forUrtodaychange will probably be made Court is up With docket which con appearatmeescases set for today one for 7th day of term and when they are disposed fall criminal cases on docket will have been settled unless indictments arejretumed by Grand Jury Horse Sense Tho man who gives his young horses a little extra attention at this time is certain to save bv it The fall has made a great record for glorious weath er with the exception of that early snap that it gave us the last week of September and all tolls should have been pushed along Into nice condition for the winter when ajjoodly portion of their feed need not be taken for warming purposes Winter we will have in abundance and it may break at any tiuto and when it comes farmers will be obliged to feed against time cold as well as against the growth of the colt By getting stock well started toward pleasantraileffected JJreeders Gazette A Flour Mill Gives a Reception Tho CLIMAX received a handsome invitation to the Reception given by the Winchester Roller Mills Smith P Kerr Proprietor which occnrredNo vemberSS Time invitation sets forth these fact- sllavingjust completed the remodeling of our milling plant to one of the most modem and completely equipped Flour Mills in theSouth we pleas ure in inviting all our friends and the public in general to come and inspect our mill We feel confident you will appreciate and enjoy seeing the mill in full operation also the new process of making flour which you will seldom have an seeing1ots SMITH P KERR Proprietor P SLunch served from 7 to 11 oclock Ladies are especially invited interCollegiate Declamatory Contest Here The InterCollegiate Declamaior As fioeiation composed of Kentucky Uni- verSity Kentucky State College Ken tucky Wesleyan and Central Universi ty will bold its regular annual contest this rear on Friday night Decembem 8tb m the chapel of Central University- at Richmond reportedfollows R Kentucky University Paul D Por ter Tupelo Miss State College HHundley Rome Ky Kentucky Wes KyCentralBluff Ark Every effort is being put forth b thE Association to make this meeting r success The colleges have each chosei their strongest man tbfca assuring at interesting contest Music has beer provided and the judges selected a follow KyProfKyItof thee Institutions will remember this COB teat antI give the young men a taj audiesce Death Claims a Prominent Citizen The death of Mr E E Mitchell came as a great shock to everybody It is so recent that he was seen at his ac customed place and the news of his serious illness had not been circulated largely that his death which occurred on Saturday night has been almost the only topic of conversation since The funeral services were conducted at time Christian church yesterday at CampbellHagerman of the deceased but now President of Hamilton Female College Lexington The funeral of one so widely and favor ably known could not but be largely attendEd lor everybody knew and greatety respected this Christian gentle man true friend and upright citizen goodhetlththe immediate cause of his death it is understood resulted from a hunting expedition in the rain some time ago throughMrPennsylva nra but came to Richmond from Paris about 18 years ago He was a merchant tailor by profession and as such was a model for all journeymen being addicted to no bad habits whileattain ing a perfect knowledge of ins busi ness So true is this that froiq the time he came to this city to the day of his death he held his patrons and orders for nearly a thousand dollars worth of suits were awaiting his recovery to be fitted by him his abilities as a cutter and fitter placing him in the first rank in the State Mr Mitchell was an unmarried man agohoC 11 Covington succeeding MrJ C Lyter in the clothing tailoring and gents furnishing business The firm alwaysbeenness houses Individually popular in dustrious and fair In their dealings Messrs Covington Mitchell main tained an enviable position in business circles The newspapers of Richmond have cause for gratitude to this firm who were probably the iriost liberal advertisers in the county Although their success was practically assured the day they launched their craft upon the mercantile waters they began at once to invest in printers ink and the first two years paid to the two papers then in Richmond the CLIMAX and Register over 600 To this day the Ffirm has never indulged the fancy tl at age and success have placed them beyond the aid or need of advertising and readers of all time Richmond papers are familiar with tho attractive advertisements of this progressive firm The firm of Kit Mitch in life cemented by ties of friendship and mutual interest has been dissolved only by death To the memory of the deceased wo would pay a tribute of our gratitudeThe Christian Church and the Masonic fraternity willsadly miss this fnithful member In the former he served always with punc tuality and efficiency his tenor voice rarely being missed from church fun erals or musical entertainments The Masons lose one of their jewels one of the brightest in the State who had been honored with every office a model in each His burial by that order was an impressive scene Deceased leaves three sisters and two brothers in Pennsylvania another brother in Seattle Mr C Mitchell an older brother and a sister Mrs M A McLean of Pitts burg reached hero shortly before their brother died The outpouring of people at tho funeral yesterday evidenced the high place the deceased held in the respect of our citizens Although ho had no kindred here it was proper his remains should rest among those who knew him best for ho was as much a true and loyal citizen of the county as thereto the manner born Hence his grave will be n sacred spot in our beautiful city of the dead where friends will for yearn assemble to speak of tho modest worth of ono of Natures noblemen SILVER GREEK Mrs Robert Couchman has been quite ill for the past ten days Miss Ella Powers and brother Lawrence spent Sunday in Richmond dayslastRobert Couchman was called to Fayette Thursday by the serious ill ness of his brother Rer H Z Zernow of Kirksvillo will preach at Silver Creek school house Sunday evening- W B Jones Jr returned home last week after a pleasant visit to relatives in Florida and Georgia John W Ballard has been confined to his room for tho past two weeks with a severe case of rheumatism HALF FARE To Richmond and return Buy Railroad Ticket to Richmond and take the Railroad Agents Receiptgive that receipt with this card to DR HOBSON and have 5 worth getFreeand Free Railroad Ticket Home Write to make enga ments and for special prices Reference Any Bank in Richmond the Postmaster or County Judge 25 per cent from regular prices for cash dec6tf OVERCOATS ICov l GIiiitc1dl ct i A SUCCESSORS TO WALLACE RICE S S SUITS aaa WCovington Mitchell A Chapter at Stanford A chapter of United Daughters of the Confetleracrhas been organized at members of the chapter are Mesdames J W A corn MaryBurcimand Misses Mary and Kate Alcora The iniation fee likely be fixed at SI and the dues at 20 cents a year It is hoped that every one entitled to membership will join and perpetuate the gallant deeds of the living anti dead- who fought for the Lost Cause says the Interior Journal See notice of Lost Cause magazine of the Kentucky Daughters on outside page Gov Bradley pardoned Frank Scearce sent up from Lexington for ten years for forg- eryHoods PillsDo not gripe nor Irritate the alimen tary canal They act gently yet promptly cleanse effectually and Give ComfortSold by all druggists 25 cents Several ships were wrecked during a heavy storm along the New Zealand const Seeing Is believing You can see what Hoods Karsaparilla has done for others and must believe it will do the same for you An official report of the Panama canal shows that 3000 men are now employed on the works As a cure for rheumatism Chamber lains lain Balm is gaining a wide reputation D B Johnson of Rich mond Ind has been troubled wiiii that ailment since 1862 In speaking of it he says I never found anything that would relieve me until I used Chamberlains Pain Balm It acts like magic with me My foot was swollen and paining me very much but one good application of Pain Balm relieyed me For sale by Perry Thomas 1m Robert Fish former State Mine In spector of Indiana was found dead on a railroad track at Brazil Ind There are few ailments so uncomfortable as piles but they can easily be cured by using Tablers Buckeye Pile Ointment Relief follows its use and any one suffering from piles can not afford to neglect to give it a trial Price 50 cents in bottles tubes 75ct Perry Thomas decGlm At Grantsburg Ind Dr E P Goss was horsewhipped bv Miss Laura Rit ter who accused him of circulating scanderous stories about her Women Who Wear Well It is astonishing how great A change a few years of married life will make in the appearance and disposition of many women The freshness the charm the brilliance vanish like the rudelyhandledshadow a faint echo of the charming maiden There are two reasons for neglectFewshock to the system through the change which comes with marriage Many neglect to deal with the Unpleasant drains which are often consequent on marriage and motherhood not under standing that this secret drain is rob brag the cheek of its freshness and the form of its fairness As surely as the general health suffers when there is derangement of the health of time delicate womanly organs so surely when these organs are established in health the face and form at once witness to the fact in renewed comeliness Half a million women and more have found health and happiness in the use of Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription It make weak women strong and sick women weli- Seventeen buyers were selected for ToIbaccolarjelydependsbled with worms they will be Irrita bit cross feverish and sere iously Whites CreamTermi is n worm oxpeller and tonic to make them healthy and cheerful Price 25 ceiits Parry Thomas 1m City Bny r Weaver refused to award contract lo the lowest bidder for apiece of city printing because under an ordinance offices can do city work lad Sleel Cure Frw Eating Sores Tumors Ulcers Can cer 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 Persistent Sores Blood and Skin Blem ishes Sciofula that resist other trtments are quickly cured by B B Bt Botanic Blood Balm Skin Eruptions Pimples Red Itching Eczema Scales Blisters Red or Brown Patches Blotches Catarrh Rheumatism elcarle all duo to bad blood and bUr d by IL B B Syphilitic tirotid Poison literally from tub sysieth by B B B Botanic Blood one to five inontua B B B does toot contain vegetable or mineral poison One bot bydruRKistssix for 35 Send for a free sample bottle which will be sent by return mall When you write describe symptoms and personal free medIcal midvico 438 will Co1Mifrhelljuly26lyr I I r INDUCEMENTS EXTRAORDINARY AT THE Busy Bee Cash Store s s SOT xt twcyct The appended items are intended only to show how reasonable are our prices and how great are the inducements offered to early fall purchasers also as a drawing card for the purpose or giving you some idea of the magnitude of our fall stock The beauty of our EnglandGermanyf Never before have the good people of Madison and adjoining counties had such an showingShelvesand 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 customersDRESS GOODS We are very fastidious about our Dress Materials they must be of the most exclusive kinds in time costly weaves while the lower priced fabrics reflect true elegance which is the harmony of good taste We are offering a line oi beautiful all wool mixtures double width and pretty and stylish for We per yd worth 39 We are showing the handsomest line of Crepons in time market this season Prices from 29c per yd up the fine im ported weaves that go out freely at ydWe a complete line of Venetians Broadcloths and all weaves adapted to tailormade suitings Our prices quoted on these lines will be ranch lower than you can expect them to be Our extraordinary line of plaids will enable you to make a quick selection and get the latest bargains out BOOTS AND SHOES The enormous stock of Boots and Shoes that crowd our shelves and ledges has forced us to use our knife in this department and we have cut to the heart in every ine We never had a more complete stork of Children School Shoes Ladies Fine Shoes Ladies Work Shoes Mens Fine Shoes Mens anal Boys Boots nnd everything to be found in a firstclass shoe store and prices we aro naming on them are mov- Ing them out in Bags Carts and Wag ons Dont to get your shoes dome now We are agents for the Regina Shoe it is made on all the new style lasts and it is tho best SilOO shoe for ladies in the market Ask to see a pair of our Regina Shoes CLOAKS AN WRAPS We have one entire room in our great store devoted to onr Cloak and Wrap Department All the Eastern and to Great both west your will are wont A SURE CURE FOR GROUP Twentyfive Years Use a Failure The first indication of croup is hoarseness and in a child subject to that disease it may be tahen as a sure sign of tho of an Follow ing this hoarseness is a peculiar rough cough If Chamberlains Cough Reme dy is given as soon as time child becomes hoarse or even after the cough appears It will prevent the attack It is used In many of homes in land and never disappoints the anxious mothers We have yet to learn ot a single instance in which it has not proved effectual No preparation can such a reconl years constant use with out a For by Perry Thomas 1m Br A C Miller charged with lug n on election day was before trial by Gov Bradley The Modern Mother Has found that liar little ones are im proved more by the pleasant Syrup of in need of the laxative effect of a gentle remedy than by any other Children enjoy it and it benefits them The true remedy Syrup of Figs is manufactured by the California Syrup Co only I Western Cities have been culled by ourIbuyers and not a stone has been unturned to this the Banner partment of our store All the new Jackets Golf Capes Childrens Lie that are in favor this season we everybodyLined Jacket or Cape from us at the same price a cheap onewould cost you elsewhere Dont fail to visit our Cloak Department look through it see many new whether you want to buy or not Polite salesmen and salesladies will wait on you All Domestic Goods are being wrapped up with the margin of profit entirely lost sight of You can save money on each and every item pur chased in this Department Good Cali coes that make nice comforts and dresses are only 3e per yd All best brands Indigocs and Simpson prints at lower prices than anybody else sells themGood Canton Flannel 5c Good Quality Outing Cloth in light and dark shades 5c An elegant assortment of best grade Flannelettes for wrappers and home ydGood 50j better Percales 7Jc per yd Red Flannel heavy twilled 15c per ydWo are selling splendid Mottled Flannels in gray red and blue at SIc per yd ydGood per yd Best ydBest Apron 5c per yd Nico Dress Gingham 5c per yd Bet ter grades 7 and 8 Jc per yd Our Bleach and Brown Cottons are being wrapped up at very low prices in order to make room Bring your wagons and load them up they wont be as low again this season CLOTHING hargalnYou prlccsbeforo competitionWimiie upLadies We extend to and a cordial invitation this Bargain the market and affords had here prices the Bring wagons goods when you the prices naming your buggy holdthem W D OLDHAM COMPANY RICHMOND MT STERLING GEORGETOWN approach attack croup broad other show twentyfive failure carry concealed weapon pardoned make Jackets things In sluggish liver Herbine by its action upon the biliary tracts the bile more fluid and brings the liver into a sound hearthy condition thereby banishing the sense of drowsiness lethargy and general feeling of apathy which arise from dis orders of the liver Price 50c Perry Thomas decClm Gen Methuen is said to have his toward Kimberley At last accounts Boers were shelling Lady smith He the Effect for the Cause That is what the person does who tries to cure rheumatism or any other by relieving the symptoms Hoods Sarsnparilla the cause of these diseases It neutralizes the in the blood and thus permanently cures rheumatism It tones and strengthens the stomach its natural digisting fluids and permanently cures dyspepsia Hoods Pills cures constipation Price 25 cents Two workmen to death at Middleshoro They were Monroe and Wnshbuni Banks In biliousness Herbine by expelling from the body the excesses purifies the blood and tones up and strengthenta the entire system Price Wets Thomas decCltn OUR Department is time talk of the entire county We are selling good suits for men at S248 Mens good heavy Cassi mere Pants 75c a pair Our line of Childrens Knee Iant Suits is very complete We are showing all the new tImings in favor this season Our Mens Boys and Youths Overcoats are piled mountain high on our coun ing line that we dont handle from tho We are showing an Elegant Line of Carpets Linoleums Oilcloths Rugs c in our Carpet Department These goods are new fall importations no old carried over goods Our prices in this to see our Oilshades and Lace Curtains we havo a selection for this fall season Wo have tho best selected line of Ladies Childrens and Mens Underwear that will be you this sea son Our Ladies Union Suits at 2 c each are worth 50c Childrens Vests Mens Extra Heavy Vests and Pants 25c each We are agents for Time American Lady Corset The best feeling and most stylish corset used Every Cor set warranted Get our on Trunks Valises Hats and Caps Umbrellas Ladies Underskirts Dress Skirts c we will save you money and show you the best line in the city one all visit Mart The best east to be at within reach of everyone as you buy so many leave low we that AND Constant Without thousands this sale Fig Gingham beneficial renders the resumed march the Mistakes disease attacks acid restores were burned Bmiler Perry choice shown Ribbed prices Ladies Tetter SaltRheum and Eczema The intense itching and smarting inci allayedbySkin Ointment Many very bad uses have been permanently cured by it It is equally efficient for itching piles and a remedy for sore nipples chapped hands chilblains frost bItes and chronic sore eyes 23 cts per box Dr Catlys Condition Powders are just what a horse needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge They are not food but medicine and the best in use to put a horse in prime condition Price 25 ents per package Austin A Wheeler flied a petition in bankruptcy He owes2l233 Have you a cold A lose of Cous sens Honey of Tar at bed time will remove it Price 25 and O cents Ierry Thomas decClm There was a fatal collision on time Denver and Rio Grande railroad in Col orado Monday For broken limbs chilblains burns scalds bruised shins sore throat anti sores of every kind apply Ballarda Snow Liniment It will give immediate relief and heal any wound Price 25 and 5Oc Perry Thomas decGlm TO BB HAPPY 4Isto be free from colds and damp feet The only preventative is wear apair of the Q I BlJ1 1jJ1tHIrDJI1eIr BJ1fcee9SOOOOOOO We B veThem in llili ij orn1 Lcb A Gift to Give It is often difficult to decide what lo get your friends for holiday gifts Here is a suggestion Good morning Jonnie I have brought you a nice present said Gertrude 4 as she handed her friend n neat ly wrapped package The pale weary looking girl who was slowly recovering from severe ill ness opened the bundle and hold up a large bottle of clear rich Hoods Sarsaparilla sue exclaimedII have been reading about it today and wished I had a bottle On New Years Day Jennie was able to be out on tho streets and to her friends who remarked how well sho was looking she simply said Hoods Sarsaparilla and every one of them l knew it was this great medicine that hind given back her health Tile United States Supremo Court de cided against the trust in tho Addy flj stone Pipe combination case My son fins been troubled for years with chronic diarrhoea 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you will find urban Baying theirs are last of imitations as they arc worthless WE ONLY ASK A TRIAL TO CONVINCE jralled to any address pre pail Qn receipt of price Prtt pinh bX i jA QeJJetoV aH1 pop CuRECo f tlOatlll ntlortJO lama GauoT2 ly g i Qr ln 6 WASHINGTON LEn R There was much genuine regret in Washington on Tuesday when intelli gence of the death of Yico President Hobart at his home in Futureon NJ was received Although nnnncom promising Republican at all times the Democratic Senators brad no cause to complain of his parliamentary rulingst and his urbanity and courtesy wero unfailing PresidenHIcKinley through Secretary of State Hay upon whop the succession to the VicePresidency now devolves by law sassed a procla matron directing that un the day of the funeral the executive otlicors of the United Status the navy stations and the duly pots be closed and that our diplomatic representatives abroad pay thIS appropriate tribute at the respective legations for periolof thirty days Sena tor Frye of Maine will succeed to Vice Preaidait llobarts place as presid fag officer of the Sonata by virture of his positive as President protempore of that body The funeral at Patersou on Saturday was attended by the Presi dent aud hid Cabinet by practically the entire Senate a large numuor of the House and llio Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States How quickly even so popular a man as Admiral Dowry was II mouth ago can destroy his iKipuiurity and if not lose the respect at leubt forfeit a large part of hiy regard which his fellow countrymen had voluntarily given him has been demonstrated by the almost unqualified disapproval that has been expressed since Aloudaj when it be clime known that ho had transferred bin hume to Mrs Dowev This mag nificieut testimonial of a Nations grat itude which cost with its furnishings tho sung sum of 50000 the Admiral transferred first to his private secretary and he in turn to tilts Dewey for the consideration of 10 To show how greatly the popularity of the Admiral has wanted it need only be said that in ono of the Washington theatres Mon day night when the portrait of the Ad miral was reached iu the series which comprises u part of the programme the reception accorded the appearance of the Almirals faco was decidedly cool and it is suit that biases were heard This in connection with the unbounded applause that Lad heretofore greeted the appearance of the por trait is an excellent evidence of the feeling in Washington relative to what some are pleased to call the Admirals ungrateful act On Wednesday came the announcement that the Admiral had made the transfer to Mrs Dewey In order that all the necessary legal requirements might bo met prior to a transfer to the Admirals son George since it was hold that in order to make the transfer valid the procedure adapted by the Admiral was necessary It was also stated that this had been tho intention of Admiral and Mrs Dewey ai it had been the desire of both that nfl Dewey should have a part in the bestowal upon the Admirals son of the home which the American people had presented the gallant sailor It would eeem from tho latest appear sores that the Administration and its supporters in Senate and House arc about to the abandon their hypocritical policy and pretensions relating to the war in the Ihilipines and admit what the Democrats of the country have been contending all along that the struggle against the Filipinos is a war of con quest In a recent speech Senator Frye of Maine chairman of the committee on commerce a prominent member of the Committee ou Foreign Relations and who will by virturo of his office as President protempore of the Senate succeed to VIcePresIdent Hobarts place as presiding officer made some impoitaiit admissions During bis remarks he said 1 regard the Philippine archipelago as worth a dozen Cubits In every way itissuperioraiid we want to reap the benefits of that superiority Look at Manilla only two days from Hongkong with our flag planted there in the heart theOrient Shall we haul it down and get out We will not allow the doors to bo shut to our commerce in the East and we- aN not afraid to say so If this means anything nt all it means that Senator Frye has dropped his mask and is now boldly glorying in a war of conquest and extermination Flout the announcement of Senator Cullon of Illinois a day or two ago it would Perm as though Republican ex travagance knows no limit The Illinois Senator has declared his intention of introducing early iu the next section a bill providing for an extensive remod sling of the White House and some say that the historic mansion will be aban doned entirely as a place of residence for the Presidential family since the building is already unfit for habitation because of unsanitary conditions soil the constant encroachments of official business into that portion of the man sion which would be kept for the President and his family The plan it is said is to Ecciiro an appropnatiou of 1000000 with which to build a now building for the Presidents home and thus to leave the presen historic structure free for use as an office for the transaction of strictly executive busi nosey The plan id no doubt admirable but an appropriation of 1000000 is extravagant and a wide departure from those standards which Jefferson sought A WORD OF CAUTION The oldaayrng that a man who is naked give away hissliirt is only another bray of saying that you cant give what you havent got The man cant give free medical advice or any other kind of medical advice whohasnt got a medical education and a certificate diplomaAndmore privilege than a man She cant give medical advice without medical edu cation and medical knowledge The star of free medical advice made physicianto tmltatedbyqualifications claim to give medical advice that a word of caution is neces saryDont write for medical advice to anyone man or woman who is not a physician If they are physicians they take the of or doctors so tileydontdare not for fear of the law Do not forget that there is just ns much diSererice in doctors as in artists Every little town has its artist who draws geneiallfartt was Y one Millet g P iY There ii polyone Invalids Hotel and Surgical Institute such as Dr Pierce over Thpusands of women come or write to Dr Pierce who have found no help at the hands of doctors of lesser skill and narrower experience sulfatingfrompetuliarto Women is invited to con Dr Pierceby letter free Suchcon are absolutely private Each letter is as a confidence and each answer is sent in a plain en itInrepulsive examinations may bevoidcL Address Dr RV Pierce alo N Y h to inculcate as essential elements to our national life It is expected that the contest for tho minority leadership itt the Hbnae of Representatives will be transferred to Washington in n few days Hon Wm Sulzer is expected soon to open up headquarters here having done some good workbefore tho Democratic conference at Chicago when he is said to have received the pledges of a number tit Southern and Western members so that al present ho lacks only about a dozen of the requisite number of votes to make himself the success r of Hun Joseph Bailey of Texas Beptesenta five Richardson of Tennessee and Judge De Arm ndof Missouri are also in the race tovfetay and have dovoted follbwerk t Glorious New Comes from Dr r BCargUo of Wliashita L T He writes Four bottles of Electric Bitters liar cured Mrs Brewer of scrofula which had caused her great suffering for years Terrible sores would brook out on her head and face and the best doctors could give no help but her cure is com pieta and her health is excellent This shows what thousands have proved that Electric Bitters is the best blood purifier known Its the sJpreme remedy for eczema tetter salt rheum ulcers torts and running sores It stimulates liver kidneys and bowels expels poisons helps digestion builita up the strength Only 50 cools Sold by Perry lG Thomas Dru ist Guaranteed 4 DEUflF CAPT GOODLOE v Had Many Relatives In Madison In tlio last CLIMAX was a brie notice of the death of Capt A H Goodloe of Lexington on Monday November 27 The Lexington Herald of that date contains this notice Capt Archibald Henry Goodloe died this morning nt his home on Ashland avenue His death was the result of long invalidism from a case of Brights disease Capt Goodloe was a native of Lex ington being the son of Judge William Goodloe one of the former most prom inent citizens of this city lie entered West Point in 1861 graduating in 1865 Soon after he was married toMiss Fannie Edgar of Detroit Mich who went with him to the far West to all of his posts of duty Ho leavesanonly brother Rev Owsley Goodloe of Har rodsburpr and several sinters who are Mrs W L Nealo of this City Mrs Curran Smith of Richmond j Mrs John Craig of Danville Mrs James Edgar Detroit Mich and Mrs R L Johnson Danville Ill Mrs Edgar and her husband Capt Edgar and Mrs Neale were with him at the time of his death No man has dopes more noble rend faithful duty to his country as an army officer than Capt Goodloe After the time of the famous Custer massacre in the West he was sent to the scenes of action at the head of bis company to fight the Indians During that sum mar he traversed 1000 miles and it was while making forced1 marches of many miles a day after Sitting Bull and assisting his exhausted men by carrying their muskets etc that he was seized with a sunstroke that affect ed bis health so seriously that in a few years hawse put upon tho retired list Captain and Mrs Goodloe then went to Detroit and made their home until about six or seven years ago they carne to Lexington and purchased a pretty residence in the suburbs on Ashland avenue making it one of the most attractive homes about the city Married when quite young rend with no children their devotion to each other has been beautiful to see and the deepest sympathy is felt for the widow in her sorrow Capt Goodloe was from one of the most distinguished families of the State with fine physique and gentle character red warmly loved by his faiiiy and friends The funeral services Rill take place at the residence on Ashland avenue Tuesday at 2 oclock burial in the Jex ington cemetery The casket will bo draped with a silken flag ot the stars and stripes and the noble dead be laid away with the honors duo a faithful soldier and splendid citizen DoWitts Little Early Users purity the blood clean the liver invigorate the system Famous little pills for constipation and liver troubles Terry S Thomas Tho annual report of the commis sioner of internal revenue shows Ken tucky ranks fourth in the aggregate collections of internal revenue for the fiscal year ondlugJimo 30 with 22215 23 to her credit being exceeded byIlli nois New York and Pennsylvania The number of registered tobacco fac tortes in Kentucky was 139 Internal revenue receipts from ell sources ag gregated 273484673 an increase over the preceding year of 102617000 Hylers Dyspepscla Tablets pleasant easy to take and give permanent re lief 30 days treatment Mailed on receipt of price MUUDOCK CUBE Co nova ly Atlanta Ga Richard Croker the Tammany chief talked to a reporter as follows I want to say before my departure for Europe that William J Bryan will be the standard bearer of the Democratic party in the next National campaign The fight will bo male against trusts and imperialism j Bryan is the only maxi to lead such a fight Tammany Hall will give him her heartiest support you may test assured of that He Fooled Tho SurRRons All doctors told llonick Hamilton oi West Jefferson Oatter suffering 18 months from Rectal Fistula he would tile unless a costly operation was per formed bathe cured himself with fire boxes of Bucklens Arnica Salve the surest Pile cure on Earth and the best Salve in the World 23 cents a box Sole by Perry rlt Thomas Druggist 4 Mr John FLadd ono of Trlggs most substantial farmers had the mis fortune to lose nino heads of fine beet cattle last week says the Cadiz Record He turned 45 head in a fresh stalk field and about a week later the nine five of them among his rest cattle were found dead iu the field Several other were sick whendiscoveredbut8ll were removed from the stalk field and no more hove died Mr iLadd thinks death wall caused by flip cattloeatinc loo heartily of the dry stalkij and fod der and estimates his loss at al oatYOb Jeff Prewit a Catdwell count Iarmer tot several head from the same cause several days ago I was nearly dead with dvvpfipsla g8andDY 1Jsla Cure That cnredjner It ige8tlOtIIall Ie Ji rtl epeIw Qtr J Challenge Iho Eritira Vote oE the C11Y ot Louisville I Before the Jefferson county Election Board last Friday Judge ThpsiF Har Jtsand Col Bennett H Youugfcodnsel for the Democratic cnudidiites Sled the following notice For the Democratic candidates we now give notice that at the close of court and beforonny certificate be Is sued we will move the Board and all Other antborittes that may consider this election to declare null and void the election held In the city of Lonis ville on the 7th day of November 1890 First Because of tho usurpation of Vm O Bradley in calling out nnd legally using the militia and overaw tug ami intimidating the voters rend of ficers of and at said election and inter torlpg with the progress of said plec tlo1 andlvith the duties of the officers otsald election Second Because Judge 511 Toney usurped power in requesting said Wm 0 Bradley to call out and use said militia for said purpose when said call was entirely unnecessary and the civil authorities Mere able and willing to execute any order made by paid court Third Because said militia was used tor the unlawful purpose afore saidFOllrth1SecaUSeBaid election was not a civil election bttaJiiflitnryolec lionFifthBeanse the said use of said militia wan unlawful in respect and a criminal usurpation of power by said nnmed personsand thereby tlio civil power was subordinated to the military power and an overt net of a treasonable nature against the Consti tution of the SllIt9f Kentucky was c6mtnitted Trans F HARms nENNTT H YOUNG Counsel for Pemocratic candidates Tendered Nov 17 1899 The presence of the militia in Louis ville and other cities in Kentnckond the highhanded action of Judge Toney and tho frauds developing Louisville and elsewhere are attracting the deepest attention and arousing the public mind all over the State If military rule is to be the saw in the State then a long farewell to all indi vidual liberty sTyPUursores DoWitta Witch Hnzel Salve cured her A specific for piles and skin diseases Beware of worthless counterfeits Perry Thomas N W YORE pAsmoiTS Both in coloring and design hats are growing more and more complex The nom shade of petunia purple is warm bright and rich yet too re fined to be obstrusivo Fringes are very fashionable yet both require high modistic art in their application to the garments they are expected to adorn Artificial flowers are worn as coiffure ornaments with ball gowns Happily for the health of the com munity trailing skirts for outdoor wear hero been declared bad form fashionThe has again reappeared It is somewhat picturesque it is true but lends an inaneness to hats A graceful cape coat is shown by BesttCo for boys from four to six years It fits well for warmth yet does not in any sense hamper movement It is made with triple capedouble breasted front in plain melton kersey cheviot and all Each materials Bex coats tis said will be the rage They are ugly enough to make nay woman rage A jaunty wrap shown by Lord ik Taylor is of red cloth with white vel vet facing lfarquisc rings are all the fashion Tho newest bracelet is made of old Roman coins Velvet takes precedence of nil other materials with those who can afford to itThe most conspicuous fad on fashion able promenades is the black velvet ribbon stock and bow with long ends The popular K St G corset is usually closed with silk lacings in back They are the most desirable kind All rings save the engagement or wedding ring arc now worn on tho little flngor of the left hand ENKIVN CABLE J B Clark Peoria III says Sur gears wanted to operate on lite for piles but I cured them with Dewitts Witch Hazel Salvo JUs infallible for piles and skin diseases Beware of counter feits Perry S Thomas A lispalch from Middlesboro saysj Mr Harry Yates of Ben county living m Powells valley Las raised on his farm this year about onehalf of an recto of what proved to be n coulees corn a soft substance resembling a pith tak inK its place The grains are of sued size and well developed and matured Mr Yates got the seed from Dr Frank Lindsay of Virginia who has been ex perimenting along this line for some limo Henderson Newberger a Louisville Jew attempted to kill himself when his invoice showed he had lost money in business The liar needs a better memory than ho or she usually has Moral Dont lie rte cDNNo11 E N QEatr CRESCENT OYTEAnnual Conference Alabama M E Church Birmingham Pratt City Ala December 712 1690 From points in Tennessee only Annual Meeting Southern Surgical rend Gynecological Association New Orleans La December 57 1890 Annual Conference C MS Church Memphis Tennessee December 611 1S99 Front PotnteiaTennesse- elLITERdRP NOTES TTo know that the Star of Bethle hem was an actual celestial phenome non makes twice precious tho old Story W the Bible This Mrs Julia Mac Nair Wright points out in her Chris mas paper in the New Llppincott Markham has had no tliomo since The Mail with thoIiooso flltedto his tHIS as The Eud of the Country lie biuge a manly strain of prophecy and retrospection under this bold title In the Christmas Ner Llppincott Tho Completo Novel of tho Cnrist mac New Lfpplncott Js by Ernest Rhys the famous romancer ofold Welsh legends His story via about n great dash lot victory mailo by the Whistling Maid wbojivuioftitle hejGAvea her fathers tslatleiraf wiafl I t perselfa notice love=but only sites a grim fight with fate The Southern Farm Magazinewhlch Js of great value and interest to town sod country people alike covering as it does every phase nnd futnroof general Southern Interests makes the remark Able otter that during December it will rccelvo subscriptions 25 cents a year he regular price boiugSl The Magazine covers a field not touched by any other Southern publication It is not a regular farm paper telling about the crops and prices of farm products but a general magazine dealing with she best features of agricultural life rops diversification and Southern capa Millies The merchant the bankerthe professional man as well as the intelli entireadinc farmer and his family all alike find the Southern Farm Magazine of value and interest In view of this nrrprecedeuted offer of 25 cents for a years subscription we feel sure tha- tE6tf subscriber at this price will find it most profitable investment You eta semI currency or postage stamps- to the extent ol 25 cenU to Southern Farm Ma ruzine Baltimore Md It i DGBI stet MWefl gooddayare about halt sick nIl the time They have headache backache and re restless and nervous Food does not taste good and skinIwith pimples or eruptions- sleep brings no rest and work Is a burden What isthe cause of all this bloodtremedy It clears out the channels through which poisons are carried from the body When all impurities are removed from the blood nature takes right hold sod ompletes the cure If there is constipation take Ayers Pills They awaken the drowsy action eithe liver they cure biliousness Write to our Doctor We hare the excltulvo services of iomeotthemoatemineatphplefaaalatheUnlte4States particulars In your see You will xe celio a prompt reply without rost Address DR J C AYER Lowell Mass trr HARMONY COMES to rt family purchasing a PIANO It is a promoter of hnppinessand joy Constructed on modern principlesby skilled workmen and ollere l at u mod orate figure it is by Jar the cheapest and Deaf PIANO sold at the price Other Pianos acquired in tradand which have been thoroughly over hauled at very low prices- HARDING RIEHM H G KENT AGENT RICHMOND KY 70U AXIS A DEUOOHAT andof conrsewant a Democratic newspaper The Chicago vDispatcli is the Greatest Democratic Weekly Newspaper of the Country It advocates the readoption of the platform and the re nomination of William Jennings Bryan There has never been a political campaign that will eqnaf in importance that of the one lobe fought next year The Republican patty backed by the money power of this country and Europe is alert and aggressive Flushed with the victory of three years ago it w111 seek by every means in its power to maintain ite supremacy Democrats must bo up soft doing The must wage an unceasing war up on their enemies In no better and moro effective way can this be done than by the circulation of good sound Democratic newspapers The publisher of The Chicago Dispatch will send a a copy of Tho Chicago Dispatch from now untlll January lu 1901 for 50 cents If you are not already tak ing this grftat political weekly send in ten cents at once Yon should not only do this yourself but ton should induce all vonr friends to join with yon By a little effect yon can easily raise a club of ten or twenty subscribers The Chicago Dispatch is indorsed by William Jennings Bryan and other Democratic leaders Address THE CHICAGO DISPATCH 12Q and 122 Fifth Avenno ortltf Chicago Illinoa SDR CALDWEILSN ILLINm ENTRAL 1 snORT LINETO New Orleans Best Line to ARKANSAS TEXAS MEXICO AND CAlirOKNIAPn- llraan Tourist Sleeping Car leaves Louts vllle every sad rnak throoxh to San Francisco Ask vest Uekt street lot utJca1a18 or write FowlerTravelfngFaseetrgsrdgentLonlavlllrl LeoaIeJUJetoMe1I1phlaand d IfM Hti 6P1 j WM1 AtiliIIiM OP A Chicago A9KjLXMkTili a J r PLEASE 11tTRY l v I CANDY CATHARTIC7 t y IfOeBOG r TO FLORIDA DOUBLE DAiLYFAST TRAINS VIA THE SOUTHERN RAILWAY For the present Winter Season THE8OUTH ERtf RAILWAY with connections prssents the most superior schedules through carser gtncraiIysort DOUHLE DAILY TRAINS from Cincinnati and Louistille in connection with the Qneen Crescent Bbote via Chattanooga Jesup and The Plant System THROTJOU SLEEPINGCAR from Cincin nati to Jacksonville with convenient connec tions from Louisville via KnOzvIlle Asheville and Savannah This Is the Scenic Route through the Mountains of Western North Caro IInaTbe Land of the Sky Also through Sleepng care from St Louts to Jacksonville In connection with the L E St L Railroad Air Line via Louisville and through sleepingcars from Kansas City to JhCksonville via the K a F 8 M Railroad In connection with THE SOUTHERN RAILWAY via Birmingham Atlanta Jcsnp end CnyJackaenvllleiJroitedfrom Kansas City to Jacksonville All Agents of connecting lines sell through Winter Excursion tickets via TilE SOUTH ERN RAILWAY to thojlesorts of Florida and the South Maps schedules booklets and information mailed free to any address by J C BRAMJB N W PA80 Adams St Chicago Ill C A BAIBD Trav Passr Aengt KyVGen Passr Agent Washington D C WM H TAYLOR Asst Gen Paean Agt Louisville Ky L A ftr ft Time Table NO1 Taking Effect Sun Jay November 19 1899 tat 2d Class IiNo1 ClassI No9 Ex Ez San AM PM AM Versailles 10 22 S 5 1s NicholasvUle IL02 T00 830 Valley View ll 28 35 7 55 Million U 700 900 Richmond ll 68 885 9 DOrP bf Union 1213 10 00 1218 JOOi Brassfleld 12 30 l0 25 Panola 12 35 40 Irvine 105U 1136 m m 02 04 08l io WEST EOHNii Ez sure Ex San Ex Sun Ex San A M PlIf P M AIiIrvine 145 Panola 2 10 05 BrassScld 2 15 20 Moberley 2 23 45 Union 232 Richmond 6 05 2 45 235 Million 6 20 3 15 315 Valley Viow I tl 3 30 3 40 Nicholasville m 6 68 3 85 4 an Versailles 7 60 4 45 810 AM7 P SL p Jill F C All trains connect with Louisville Southern trains to and from Louisville All trains connect with C N O kT P trains to and from Cincinnati DispatcherW EASIER THAN EVER The present schedule of Illinois Central Railroad in addition to shortening the time to Memphis and New Orleans has made it Easier Than Ever to reach all points in Arkansas Mexico Arizona and California Thesplendid train service with which the Illiaoia Centrals Memphis and New Orleans Vestibaled Limited Is equipped makes it Easier Than Ever to take ar trip to the above mentioned territory The Central is the only line which tress Free Reclining Chair Cars and Vestibuiled trains weeklyPulmrlnLve Louisville every Thursday 9 lrlaFriday818amArr 20pmArr45pmArr2npmAtrTkii ii Tie Tnt ffnttr Rntt to fifonii Parties desiring to make a comfortable trip to the territory mentioned will do well to com K II Fowler Traveling Passen ger Agent Louisville Ky Wit ALPOBD KEIXOND A O P A A H ILvxsox Q P A Lonlsville Ky Chicago Ill decZJly tefeu d Obio Eiilmyr Time ot Trains at Winchester Ky WEST BOUND Mt Sterling and Lexington A com 6 55 am Eastern Uxpresa for Louisville 130 am pmNewEAST BOUND Lexington and Motehead AccOm 915 am New York Limited FF VJlM am pmWashingtonAccommodation trains run daily except SQn day Other trains run daily toNewFor information rates orsleeperreservatton call on or write K HOOD Agent L iN Jly Richmond Ky or GEOHQE W BARNEY D A a O By Lexington Ey i +SOUTHERNRflILWflY IN KENTUCKY Schedule In effect Juno 11 1800 KASTBOUHJX NOL Nab 102 T45pnArAr LVrcncebg aSSam 2 pm BbOpn loOOpnJerwisTuounrx No0 Nol No 4 ISanArAz Larence gH8ntm S 15pm S35an lI8DnAruaT110UND WESTBOUND Na 1i INoIt DTAT1oss NoIl Na 4OOpm Lv LoutsvU Ar T36pm I060aa flSOpm laOOam Lr LarnebrffAr JlICpm 810an 7oauUOpmKA8TBOTJKD WZSTDOUSn No 11 tNo67 STATIONS INo16 tRa38- 4bpm T40am Lv Leulflvl a4oam 73spII BS3pm 809am LT Shelbrll Art 91Sam lI05pu 50pm lOiZSam Lv VenUes Ar 760am 4Upn710pm 1110am Ar LT 730am SS8pjt 7 0pm ItOSpmlAr aeat LT 700am 200pa sAerJromvu WESTJlOUND jNCv ltNo 61 STATIONS ItNo 6ItNo 740am 4OOpm Lv Loutsv A 1046am 73IPII10Kam I60pm Lv VenUes AM 7BOam 443pa S55pir1158pmLOSpmhqAz Irvine Lv L45pn STATIONS No LI Noa Z46pmArArKnoz lie Lrapm T45am 110prrArAtJaeksonvUe appan mArZpljlArA46amArItlrmltu lI50pmAzLOulavllIeandCars withthroulhtrpm sleeperChatanooga8 between rariaJackaonvlUaTCe be LexngUintDaUiA STSmrrPkTALcalst5ll lyFS4axaox T X1RaehlagWn D 1R lfDrBTATa4AaPA1PnMia 0 = III ALL DRUGGISTS t tDD A SOON TO MANKIND DRTABLERS BUCKEYE PiLE CURE A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNALand EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBES BY MAIL 76 CENTS BOTTLES 50 CENTS JAMES F BALLARD Sols Proprietor 310 North Main Street ST LOUIS For sale by PERRY S THOMAS Druggists1aa15ic uu = Pittsburg Central Stock Yards EAST LIBERTY PA OFFER SUPERIOR ADVANTAGES TO SHIPPERS Yards have been enlarged and rearranged- It is the nearest point to the Eastern market BEST DISTRIBUTING POINT EAST OF INDIANATOUS for 15ii more Washington Philadelphia New York anda Eastern markets Good buyers always in attendance for export cattle and ail other kinds of stock Consignments for Commission firms given grompt attention PRIVATE HORSE SALES EvERY WEE DAi Simon ODonnell General Manager ladison Monumental WortiS ESTABLISHED 1863 JAMES T HAMILTON PKOPKIETOK Monuments Tombs Headstones Statuary and Foreign and American Marble and Granite FIRE WORK A SPECIALTY ff+4 Those who aro contemplating haying Marble Granite or any kiiir Cemetery Work will find it to their interest to call at the old stand in tin r of the M E Church on Irvine Street where they will find constantly or IIMNI a large stock of finished work to polrct from at prices to suit all planw buyers jyMn W G UOUOIIEU one of the best workmen in tufts Kentucky is in charge of our establishment and this means pntisfurtrry wn In every phase Parties living at a distaste should write to us fur Kwin which will be furnished on application CFYOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED JK7V ES T HK7V IITON Proprietor i Hot Blast Peninsular0 1 Double Heater with Tea Kettle Attachment ROH+ ++++H+N+++++ 4 + N+ + A 9SlOKECONSUMING PARLOR FURNACE Air passes througb rellisters is heavily guarded Iced door into perforated miit rinK around top or heavy lIre pot then Into fire Mixing the air wltti aSC8fn tbliway prodnce perfect combnstion and a saving of fuel lJi andIasnrea lA vIOWEnFUL FLOOR nEATER outercasing N i floor where most required WILL nEAT ROOM UP8TAIRS By attaching plpVt Double Heater Collar and tlXtendingio Infloor andyhole top fFIRE CONTROLLED TO A DEGREE atliltedopening cre in not out preventIng brell Igln U8e can at the OASU HARDWARE HOUSE oi o as Slmmoxvs Who will be glad to showyou thja stove as wallas a full Jlne of other heats en and cookatores grates etc mchlly tI fi J r