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I c PL I n I o 0 4 J q 0 u ih f nEVi RicMOND riJ CiMXVOLTJ- ME2 a k I I J yit rf Y 1 i I s tfJ ARffiHQND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 20 1899 NUMBER 29 j L 17 Jrefed REPAIRING WATCHESA s t a Y ea All Work Guaranteed l r c For Rent Choice of three good Douglasware store Main St Also very desirable eightroom residence with modern conven iences GRIGGSBY BIUNCEY EASTERN KENTUCKY REAL ESTATE AND COLLECTION AGENCY R LEE DAVIS Manager Farm Mineral and Timber Lands bought and sold on commission Jifiounts in and out of the City taken for Collection 0 Write or call on me for further particulars OFFICERoom 0 Moberloy Building Richmond Ky I PROFESSIONAL OARS rotrs R E ROBERTS ATrORNEYATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office In Mobcrtey Building RW MILLER I ATTOUSBVATLAW Ricnuonrs KKSTUCST Cfice IntbeOurnam Building next door to srmers National Bank feb3ly ULL ViJ ATTOKNEVA TLAW HICIIMOND KENTUCKY Oulne over Taylors Haniware store op pisito Court on Main Street HOGG ATTOIINJSY AT LAW UiintMosiJ KENU KY Office No 13 First St up stairs 3130 J 0 D M OHENADLT ATTORNKYti JT LAW IRicHMONO KENTUCKY mice on Second street over Chen an its grorury W R LETCHER Att01lfeyatLaiol- lmlmm IKEXTCCKV- OHke with T J Finith Jr over CWington MitrhellV T1C Ixovvry AUoriciiatLaw1 Mobrley ulhlilllRichol1d Ky PEYaIITz DRS GIBSON GIBSON PHYSICIAN ANn SUJIQEON RICHMOND KENTUCKY OlEct in the Joe I lint buildng18nd Sec ond Street over Wane old drugstore 27 CHAS HOOKER T ETRniSARYSOKGEON Graduate Ontario Veterinary College Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility Specialty HOffice up stairs over store recently accu Richmond Harness Co East Main 81 lUchmoml Ky prtly II C JASPJ2RMI Medicine and Surgery Oflice Prathcr liuildinc Main Street Telephone at residence the Carr pta on Broadway RICHMOND KENTUCKY JW EVANS M D v PHYSICIAN AKD SunbEOK RICHMOND v KENTUCKY DR T J TAYLOK 4Practitioner in Ifcdidntand Surgery RICHMOND KENTUCKY BOfflce and residence on old streetI DENIAL STTRgaa 1h1a t tL S y 1 or LotlevtLLR Kr ngUchmSnd110v171y ft FRED SMITH DEN 7 ST OlnCIIlatel Dr louis H LasdMan No W Wett Ninth Street Cincinnati Ohio will be at tbe BotelZtamen Blclimond Ky on WEDWSSDAT DEC 13 MfN returnln eYeI7ae olid WeJne40r clI YYn3ud phycMM JUek Ir41 Y 2ND STREET RICHMOND KY t rt2WOItTU OF PRESENTS For 59c worth of work Wo arc giving1 away watches blcvdes sewing ms chilleR guns tc c to introduce our paper PASTIME a highclass illustrated family paper of from 16 to 32 large pages 61 to J23 columns of Chice Good Stories Literature Art Humor fetters of Travel in Foriegn Lands c c And all youliave to do to get 42 worth of presents is to get 20 subscribers at lOc each Send lOc in stamps for full particulars long list of presents and our paper PASTIME for 0 months Address TilE PASTIME Co Louis ville Ky A WOXDEKr UL DISCOVERY Not only cures but keeps well Is sold by an organized company of responsible business men and has en dorsement of thousands of Clergymen and noted people throughout the coun try We speak of that wonderful In strument Electropoiso and ask your careful examination into the cures it has wrought Col A P Nunally of the InterOcean Chicago writes X arly three years experience with Electropoiso only confirms the truth of your dalms I say my friends that this instilment is a most wonderful invention and I would not part with mine if I could get another Send address for our book gives letters from people who have been cured by Elec tropoiso ELECniOPOISE CO 513 Fourth Avenue Lovisville Ky sept 27lyr SCURES DR CALDWCLLSN Dr L Goldstein The Optic Specialist of No Ml Fourth Avenue Louisville will be at the Qlyndon Hotel Richmond THURSDAY DECEMBER 21 returning one day each month Eyes exam lubdand glasses scientifically adjusted FOR RENT The residence of the late HighSJohn A Higgins County Court Days Paris Bourbon county first Monday Richmond Madison county first Mon day Lexington Fayette county second Monday Stanford Lincoln county second Mon day Georgetown Scott county third Mon day MondayKicholasville Monday Winchester Clark county fourth Monday Versailles woodford county fourth Monday HOLIDAY SECRETS +++ 4 4 Tell us what you want in the lino of JKWELKY DIAMONDS SILVERWARE on NOVELTIES how much1 yon wish to pny and we will place before you the very object of ypnr desire That shows the confidence we have in fhi coninIelMiefts of our stock and correctnessa burprices The assort ment of articles suitable for ta9rSveritableFztirylandStones V F J YEAGER No 282d St Richmond Ky aepSly IT IS NO BURDEN when PlANO or ORGAN is per chased here Our ry te not easy payments enables any one to enjoy the musTp of eTt k w withbat tHenwelves of jieceswryfcoBJfortB OHeC these TS ol41ltmako a superb IOLIDAYPllESEN1 Why sot come in and look at these speci l brgHinfl a- jiJiitd uIIL- G KWTAdNT iltyCa J DEMOCRATIC TICKET ANNOUNCEMENTFOB ARCnKAVANAUGHto the action of the Democratic Party We are authorized to announce C M RAY ubJecttq TEISIIaction oi the Democratic party MMILLERectto the action of the Democratic party JESSECOBBto the action of the Democratic party poa suiaarr We are authorIzed to anrpnnce JOllY F Madisoncountyiubectparty WBALLARDSheriff subject to the action of the Democraticparty We are authorized to annonnco MARTIN MadsoucountypartyWoareanthoizedtoannonncep B BROAD Msd1aoncoimtiubject ion AS3ESSOK We are authorized to announce JOE OLD Madisoncountysubjectparty We are authorized to announce JAR L Madisoncountysubjectparty We are authorized to announce GEORGE NOLAND a candidate for Assessor of Madisoncounty subject to the action of the Democraticparty WDEATUERAQII theDemocraUcWe are authorized to announce BUD DUNN AssessorsubjectFoa JAILES CLACKEYcounty subject to tbe action of the Democratic party QPARRISHDemocraticparty ROSSacandidate theDemocratic PERKINSaction of the Democratic party WASHINGTON LETTERc The important events of the week in Congress ha1 been the reading of the anuual message of the President and the action of the House upon the cre polygamistfrom The general comments heard upon areanyihillgbutJlattering Is enormously Ions containing moro words than any previous annual mel sage to Congress But its language is dubious lacking In force naiL upon the important issue of tho day it falls far short of expectations It leavis the Philippine question in the air and it is apparent now that tho President will not venture to put himself squarely on record oflldally in regard to this matter prior to the national elections His utterance to Congress are remark ably short ofhis speeches in the West tripbeforeventures nothing upon tlie imperialis tic issue beyond a statement which no one disputes or his denied that the insurrection must be ended and that obligations incurred in the war with Spainfor establishing order in territory acquired by this country must be lot filled But upon the important ques tion as to how this government shall govern the Asiatic ppossessions what uieansuro of liberty shall be given the Filipinos the President is silent His evasion of the issue is taken generally to mean that he is doubtful now himself about the Auerfcan peoples en dorsement of the policy to hold permanently all the Philippines and to govern them by a colonial system simi lar to that of Great Britain Tlie financial suggestions of Mr Mc Kinley have chilled tho Western Re publican who cherished the hope that he would nominally at least ad here to the Republican platform of 1806 upon Mlucli he was elected favoring larger Use of silver to be brought about by international agreement Intelli gent men have understood fully that this declaration was put in merely to propitiate certain sections like Indiana and Illinois where silver coinage is strong even with Republicans Now however the President comes out squarely for the establishing more firm ly of the single gold standard the in crease of national bankers privileges and authority for tho Secretary to sell United States bonds on long or sbo- rttimls tbe present Secretary exer cises bis dlscrption to buy bonds and turn cash fntc WallrfBtreet whenever the speiiulalora are short of money this new proposition implies a more flexible arrangement by which the Treansury will tEnd jtself to the adjustment of rates to stock speculators at theirbe best or as the whim may strike him 31 Pretty 1 ChildrenWe hate three children fccfere the birth Gf tlic last oaeaiy wife 1lSeJf9urJct tlaef MOTHERS FRIEHD If you had tbe pIctures urclildreB yen could see at gsnce giittK last Otis 1sJCtltlde r prettiest and Jlt H iBr eiKn all rjrlfe tiis IWkcr FrKnd lsthe greatest and grahmeS- trcrdy ft the world for expectant njot6ersT Writtn bye Een- tucy At19r catLaw mOTHEBB ninatenths ot the FRIEUprcrCi1ts lucldeat to chiLi nnlmt r s dispositU ia4 toH pcr remala snrutOM throceiokt tie erdcallKcajise this relax In peaetfatUir Maifflcnt relieves tlK assal distress A goo 11ltllrcil motlter Is prctfy sure 10 have a jtood ut re4 GIN The paticitt h kept In a sr nf healikj coa4ttIon whick tile ctllt also lakerits MGttersFrtcII41akCSawlt GtrlMlk- crfsls ii c q1lIckl1attpaItlIes11 I assists is bei ni recorery and winti off the d1Art s I g lIvery 11wI THE BRADFiiaD RBOULATOR 43 1AtW14Sactioc frN i1j b w- Mtise i 1l r C lF S mind both eell and bnV bonds for the purpose The trust question is treated with olrawnnrtlacts ttateeSuprenitCumrt dyston Pipe Co decided that this trust was in violation of Federal statues exitllinjlavis for the Attorney General pf the UnIt- ed States an official of McKinleya administration to prosecute the offender But Attorney General comes from New Jersey the great incorporat ing StataofaH the trusts operating in the country and his ihoughts and con prejudicestlc concerns Griggs can not see means for prosecuting these comliiiintions un Shermanacta1thoug1mthe cases lire brought before it The easiest escap for such a situation is to rsk for more Legislationand this ia time course nl the President With laws enough to cover the principal offenders the trustfed administration asks Congress impliesition When the next Republican con vention fleets It will no doubt denounce vigorously in general terme trusts and conbinations for tile purpose of stifling competition The Republicans have lost none of their character istic effrontery as is shown very well In the latest message of their chief representative No suggestion is made for lessening the burdens ofthe standing army but on the contrary between the lines can be read the purpose to establish it permanently If the President actually believes the insurrection in the Philippines is practically ended why is no hope extended that soon the army can be reduced and a portion at least of the present burden of 120000000 for this army can be taken off the shoulder of the taxpayer In the house tho message was listen cl to impatiently Time thousands who filled the galleries was there to witness the proceedings in the Roberts case They were bored by the long tedious message Without party division the House voted not to admit Roberts on his un questionably perfect certificate of elec tiou as a representative The corn ments heard from the leaders on both sides indicates very cleary that they were not at all satfafldwitim their votes upon the question They recog nize unanimously that a mostdanger ous precedent has been established in refuslngto admit any man presenting regular credentials a proceeding that may be invoked hereafter to great in jury of a State by unscrupulous major ities in time House It can l e stated moreover that there were not six men of the nearly 400 in tbe House who did not recocnize the fact that the proper procedure in the case would have been to adopt the resolution offered by tI e Democratic leader Mr Richardson proposing to admit Roberts temporarily upon his credentials and then refer to the committee on the judiciary for im mediate report tIme chargesof personal disqualification Roberts would have been expelled under that method bo yond the shadow of a doubt KeniarkaMe Rescue Mrs Michael Curtain Plainfieldlll makes the statement that she caught cold which settled on her lungs she was treated for a nonth by her family pIty sician but grew worse He told her she was a hopeless victim of cousump tion and that no medicine could cure KingsNew tlaUghtfoundShe continued its uso and after taking six bottles found herself sound and well now does her own housework and is well as she every wasFree trial bottles of the Great Discovery at Perry Thomas Drug Store to W G White Large bottles cunts and Hoo 6 A Dutch court martial has decided that it is not insubordination for a soldier to refuse to wash his face when ordered todo so by his commanding of fleer and the high military court of the kingdom has confirmed the decision Mr J Sheer Sedalia Mo saved his CureDoctorscroup Its an infallible cure for colds coughs grippe pneumonia bronchitis gatIf by any means a bird attained the UlyIing impossible the wind chooses its course The bird balloon as light as die wind and as strong as iron is a figMent of the imagination Bismarcks lies Nerve Was the result oi his splonded health Indomitable will tremendous energy are not found where Stomach Liver Kidneys and Bowels are out of order If you want these qualities and the success they bring use Dr K tugs New Life Pills They develop every power of bratu and body Only 25cwt Perry Thomas drug store 6tACMESIfHNfY con Harmon Kanatzar aad J mII Hill felled a tree ono Uay Iet week forMre wood little thinking of the sWeet in store for them Khen lo and 1eheid the trankof thq tree was filled with hIleyEbere wern eheeU pf comb 5 feet long found In the hollow of the tree Valley Vfew Argent LADLmiIrur relief of women Ghc ejChc1Inuov29Iy 4tlaitGa- My lover observed the lias ioB8T11HrdlyOIl dr1aigsd W pttae I WM afrrid of that The other Jfybe we were getting tile fire r ylMl Mined M worked ap boat JJfeir York Pvee It JO to evey p rt Mwrdoek CI HaylevwMHilktOiMeIp ef pete See w TedisWQt OuI= ct= 0If u il L 1 VV E STIUXGENT FUtll LAW Prohibits the Use of Arsr ic er Alasi IB all Articles of filet The law enacted by the Missouri legislature a copy of which was recent ly published in our columns and which prohibits time manufacture or aale of any article intended for food or to be used in tho preparation of food which contains aluuinrsenicniimionia etc places that state in time lead tn the matter of sanitary Legislation Laws restricting the use of alum in bread have been in force in England Germany and Franco for many years Intbis country in Minnlsota Wiscon sin Michigan Ohio Kentucky and several other States direct Legislation In reference to the sate of alum baking powders has also been effected In lprohibitedshow that they contain alum mid in the District of Columbia under the laws of Congress the eaR of bread con taming alum Las been made IllegaltFollowing are the pames of some of the brands of baking powders sold in this vicinity which are shown byre cent analysis to contain alum House keepers and grocers should cut the list Lout and keep it lor reference BAKINO POWDERS CONTAINING ALUM COntaIDIIAlamAlanfby BON DON t AlumMllnfRENTON I ColltaIDAlumManfSUCCESS Contains Alum hOKANT CoStAlumAlanfOLD DOMINIONContains Alum pCROWNContainsMan by J P Dieter Co Chica- goDELICATESSEContalns AlumaEVANS Contains In addition to these many grocers sell what they call their own privateer special brands These powders are put up fur the grocer and his name put upon the labels by manufacturers of alum powders These manufaturers it is said find their efforts to market their goods in this way greatly aided by time ambition of the grocer to sell a powder with his own name upon the label especially as he can make an obuormal profit upon it Many grocers do not know that the powders they are thus pushing are alum powders the sale of which would be a misdemeanor under the law referred to It is quite impossible to give the names of all the alum baking powders They are constantly appearing in all sorts of disguises under different names and at all kinds of prices even as low as five and tee cents a pound They can bn avoided however by the housekeeper who wlll bear in mind tittitahl baking powders sold at twenty live cents or less per pound are liable to contain alum as pure cream of tar tar powders cannot be produced at any thing like this price KENTUCKY CROP REPORT CONDITION OF CROPS AND LIVE STOCK DEC 1899reReplies were received this month from 142 correspondents representing 102 counties wiIaATmThe favorable weather of November has advanced time condition of wheat 97 on November 1to 101 on December T These estimates are exclusive tf the counties composing tIme southeast ern section where little attention ismgiven to wheat growing The average condition for the western section is 10t for the central 102 The improvement is most marked in those counties re porting an average or belowaverage condition last month Very low of timeD counties where the condition phenomenally high in last report show an increase in condition The earliest wheat is generally in fested with fly the damage in somo in s tames amounting to total loss This however will have little effect on acreage as resowtng has been the rule lis estimated that 13 per cent of time acreage in the central sections is dam aged by fly or other insects while in the western section but 8 per cent of the aceraga is affected The growth of the plant where free from insect pests is very rank and- razing is being generally resorted to to damiIn ramming up the prospects we feel justified in saying that nnthwithstand injr the injury from insects the State crop80Iyield The acreage is considerably above an average tho plant is well rooted and prepared to withstand the vicissitudes of tho approaching winter tho physical ondition of the soil is the best and this with the long drouth of tho past summer renders available those elernentsof plant food which are ordinarily locked up beyond its reach conic The corn crop Is housed in good con dition BO faras concerns damage piiice the crop has matured The general tenor cf reports is that the yieIdiedie appointing and we are of the opInion that the moderate estImmmateof2t4 as the average yield made October 1 is too high 0111coseQfioos 0a cob and contaluhlcaa un- venaL atuount of small nIfbelDtCtbe teniM stoat frequently iMd ia tpMldcg of quality The quality copsri 1u average years is 70 per eent The average priCONl 37 ceats per- bMlJet Oa December 1 1998 tbf prk was 28 cents CIcLIVE STOCK NethwithsUndipgihe dveea8eaem pastures have revived won lcfuliy i4rea time breaking up of tIM tIroetb- Thecffcct Is shown in SM improve easdlMoa of live stock Until at tha hIre rery nearly an Average eeqditloa k pieented rheavea ll11iejar tous elise Is as folloWs Hortot 96f e 94 ieep9 hogi K IMk ilug sad itock 1togs noMiana Mroe xcept in thoee couMlon I rj acrwpot re HeNt MMti mast ii- ititsQtiMtki SItMIo tJ J n U1f j otherwise and are being subsisted on this prod act alone It Is also practical ly all reports of lung cholera come from these otherwise favored sections Time very favoralile season for fall plowing has been Improved and much of this work which would come next spring is being done now Farmers generally have their work well in hand and while crops have Men below rather than above the average yield there fsstllltoan unusual extent a feeling of satisfaction with past results and confidence in the agricultural prosperity of the future This issue concludes the monthly crop report of this year aud of sty term I desire to thank correspondents not only for their faithfulness during the past year but also during the fourycars of our joint labors I bespeak for my successor the Same promptness and ef ficiency with which you have servcd me LUCAS MOORE Commissioner of Agriculture overcometicklingcough by tire use ofOneSItnute Cough alltonusHarmless and pleasant to take It pre vents consumption A famous specific for grippe aud its after effects Periy Thomas Stockings Were made by machinery much earlier than is commonly cup poseda frame for stocking weaving having ben Invented in England by Rev Mr Lee of Cambridge in 16S9 The stocking making machines are now absolutely perfect receiving the yarn starting the stocking and turning the eel and toe complete Miss AnnieEOunniug Tyre Mich says a long time with dyspepsia lostvilesh and became very weak Koilol Dyspepsia Cure com whntyouIt never fails to give immedi te relief in the worse cases Perry Thomas Without engineer fireman or any human freight dinky engine No G23 stole from the round house of the Pennsylvania road at Louisville recently and when it came to a stand still had traveled twentyfive miles Fire laud been left in the engine and the throttle had been forced open It crossed the Pennsylvania bridge and passed through Jefferson ville before the fire died out and the water cooled It is estimated that time engine went at the rate of sixty miles an hour For tunately there were no collision or ac cident nn To Cure a Cold ia tlaelay Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund the money if it tails to cure 25c E W Groves signature is on each box oct25Cm At Lexington Friday last John Savago foreman of time Cincinnati Southern yardsmet a horrible death lie neath the wheels of the tender of a switch engine lie was attempting to walk around the foot board from the side to tho back of the engine and in doing so lost his footing and fell under the wheels of the tender two of which passed over his breast killing him in stantly One Minute Cough Cure is the best medy I ever used for and colds It is unequalled for whooping cingh Children all like it writes li N Williams Gentrvville Ini Never remedythatughs colds hoarseness puen bronchitis and allthlont and ugtronbles Its early use prevents cconsumption Perry l Wm Williams a farmer thirtylour years of age was struck by a freight train in Daviees county last Friday ornig and killed He attempted to cross time hack when the train was not more than twentyfive feet away and running thirtyfivernhles an hour PUTNAM FADELESS YES produce thefas stand brightest colors of any known dye stuff Sold by C L Sear cy Waco Ky Thomas Adams Panola Ky dec6lm Squire West a boy fourteen years old was instantly killed at Fordsvilla by the Illinois Central passenger train Did IMI CVC- FseeasMw Stormin swwier We never did but we b re seen the clothing at this time of the year so covered with dandruff that if looked as ifkhad been out ia a regular snow stormNo of this anewMosiu As the summer sun wwtd melt the falllaf novs w- illwrs RaIF VIgor fat the scalp It goes further AM this It prerents their formation o It has still property vaYMitinten cases And it toes erea mote titfeeds and Ouii hee e tonS of Ihelta1f Thin hair emas thick hair awl aIiIJftJIMr ticome SeRI bar We haves boot on tile Heir and Scalp tly4raIrthsas- king It you to we oMools itiths yw erpoeM hooa u 5 SI 1 writ tMNk ersi s a7 r y c K1 KK K4tK K DiaJUKT3 LIng Specialists of America 20 YEARS IN OHIO 250000 CURED WE CURE EMISSIONS 4yenco ilL these nightly latter They feeliotormnrridlife I youtbnaturalpositivelycureyuu n 1 NO CURE NO PAY Reader yuit icej help Early abuse or ubporureare uotssfetill rmeil Our New Method will cure you You run co rb- k2S0JOOOCURED I YouiR Man Too ore palo feeble exci4sunken 4 form nod rereaitho biiibtcfyurehste- nceWCURL4FcCOCELE e flutter Imv serious youtcmuo nmy jIf hw Jerw ym wa rhl61IJ had it OUr willItheir nonnat eon lUon and hence the i nourishmacntunnatural drams IbncfitJPEltACl0 1IUSIXESSi TEED I J SVIIIILISiLEiV SMti4V NKV dltele CoNSULTATIONRKE IfMitS iti CHARGES y4 writefI ItEA1EirKNNEDY skERGAN 122 W FOURTH ST CMCI MAT9 O f1 +++ Wearereceiv ourflt Framrcolors and+ + + + ++ + 4estdesigns in endless varieties suchas Mouldings Mat Boards different colors and finishes Metal Corners etc that we make up in any conceivable style that you picturesframed FRAMES we carry the largest wehaveall at LOW PRICES We are simply the only people in this city correctly fixed for the- Picture Framing business when you call and inspect our stock you will certainly give us credit with not overstat ing the facts We have in stock Special Picture Glass that we also DnNTforget to order Win We car ry in stock a large line of qualityinlengths and widths Wall Paper Window Shades Picture Frames Paints Oils and Glass Stock the Largest Prices the Lowest B M11ILtI ff Hill STREE- TRICHMOND KY 0fTI ITIm 0 0r The Ultra 350 FQRLADIES TrAD Inml ID iniit2 4 ++ SROTLINE- TONewa Orleans BestLine to ARKANSAS TEXAS c MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA Puflion lHI IlleeplacCfltJeMwLOI vmu S riIIK tti- 4k tkroogk y Ueica1sM lee pass rwrii- IrM5STS5tyll PM BWRIiet ObMi 0 tlj to- I ILIIAtIOIII wLAiLOia dtJ fl PA CMONP oa AJUe ti FURNITURES Help You ToECONOMY Make our values your standard you will find every day needs at every day S ATISFACTION Is our aim the goods behind our promise is our living witness For anything and everything kept in a firstclass Furniture Store you will find itatw OLDHAMS SUCCESSOR BIGGERSTAFF OLDHAM UNDERTAKING LINE COMPLETE Day Phone 76 Night 136 Tie Men Mutual kstal G- oOF LEXINGTON KY 19858822 Paid in Living Benefits S 8081916 RESERVE AND SURPLUS PLAITne terse of lite Insurance We pay the profits to the living Insurance Com panics pay to the estates of deceased Largest profits consistent with safety and conservatism Every precaution for the protection of time investor For particulars apply to Ft SMITH BOWM7NSECRETARY LEXINGTON KY MRS A T MILLION Local Agent Richmond Ky i TO same that 1OE AIRTIGHT HEATER Is what you want in preference toallthers Reasons why you should get it aud no other It gives more heat and uses less fuel It is substantiallybuilt air furnace It has larger2diatingsurfacc lates the air rapidly and heats the rooms evenly Itisadoubie dirtfromcarried away by the patent ash flue It regulation erate The design perfeet isbrigDJ1iQoKrDY M4IN STREET RIpwQDY I j 7iiJ J JTT THE RICHMOND CLIMAX 2 r Jn- 1VOLUME26 J p 1 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 20 1899 NUMBER 29 I WATClJEfIJ se ae All Work Guaranteed 2ND STREET RICHIOND KY For Rent Choice of three good office rooms over Doug las Simmons hard ware store Main St Also very desirable eightroom residence with modern conven iences GRIGGSBY BIDNCEY EASTERN KENTUCKY REAL ESTATE AND COLLECTION AGENCY IL LEE DAVIS Manager Farm Mineral and Timber Lands bought and sold on commission W wnls in and out of the City taken for Collection tJWrile paticuIars or Vail on me for further IFrirKRouniO Moburloy Build in Kiihntonil Ky n PROFESSIONAL CARDS A l N Y5 R E ROBERTS ATTORNBYATLAW Kit HMONl KENTUCKY I Office in fab rW Balldlng RW MILLER AtTORSBYATLA TIieHHom KENTUCKY VKie in tbe Barnam Building next door to nniTs Nnal Dank Ieb3ly u rrvANJ ATTOUNKVATLAW niCHMOXD KENTUCKY Offinfl over Taylorn hardware store op Psite Court House on Main Street H U HOGG ATTORNEY AT LAW iJliciiMoxi KENTUCKY Uilice No 13 First St nj stairs 31 30 0 D M OIIENAULT ATTOKXKYN AT LAW KliMMitNn KBNTUCK- Yoilice on Second street over Chen all its grorury W R LETCHER AUonieyalZaloKH- IIMONII KENTUCKY Oflite with T Fiuith Jr over Oivintoii MitcliellV T C UowryAtt- orneyatrLaW Itbrky uilding Richond Ky P2YSIOIA1T3 ORS GIBSON GIBSON 1IIYSICtA A ffD SURGEON RICHMOND KENTUCKY OiKce in the Joe IVlint building it and ao Sec ond Street over Woe old drugstore 27 CHAS HOOKER T ETEKWA R Y SURGEON Graduate Ontario Veterinary College Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty erOfflce up stairs over store recently accu Richmond Harness Co East Main St Uichmond Ky apr7ly lIeC JASPER MD Medicine and Surger- yOllicePratlier Ituildinc Main Street Telephone at residence the Carr place on Broadway RICHMOND KENTUCKY G W EVANS V D PHYSICIAN AND SunOEoxi RICHMOND J KENTUCKY DR T J TAYLOR Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery RICHMOND KENTUCKY caOIHce and residence on Second Street DENTAL SURGERY 1T 1aelT t 7o1s DENTIsT or LOOISVIUE Kr DulldJogR1chmSodnoTl7ly fH FRED SMITH DEN 7157 ffieeoTerColllnOrocel7 same office lately occupied by Dr W W Bnrgin Janl2ly Dr Louis II Landman NoW3 Wt Ninth Street Cincinnati Ohio will be at the Hotel Zlmmer Richmond Ky on WEDNESDAY DEC 13 1899 returning every aecond Wedneiday o each month Reference every physician of Rich mond Ky ebUly r at hcat SJ2 WORTh IF PRESENTS For 50c worth of work We arc giving away watches bicycles sewing ma chines RUHR Ac r to introduce our paper PASTIME highclass illustrat ed family paper of from 16 to 32 large pages 61 to 123 columns of Chice Good Stories Literature Art Humor letters of Travel in Foriejrn Land c c And all you have to do to get 42 worth of presents is to get 20 subscribers at lOc each Send lOt in stamps for full particulars long list of presents and our papflr PASTIME for months Address TIlE PASTIME Co Louis ville Ky A YOXDEIttUlj DISCOVERY Not only cures but keeps well Is sold by an organized company of responsible business men and has en dorsement of thousands of Clergymen and noted people throughout the coun try We speak of that wonderful Instrument Klectropoise and ask jour careful examination into the cures it has wrought Col A P Nunally of the InterOcean Chicago writes early three years experience with Eleetropolso only confirm the truth of your claims I say my friends that this instilment la a most wonderful in vention and I would not part with mine if I could get another Send address for our book gives letters from people who have been cured by Elec iHalFourth SCURES DR CALCWCLLSN Dr R Goldstein TIle Optic Specialist of No Ml Fourth Avenue Louisville will be at the Olyndon Hotel Richmond THURSDAY DECEMBER 21 returning one day each month Eyes exam- Indanti glasses scientifically adjusted FOR RENT The residence of the late HighStJohn A Higgins County Court Days MondayIticlnnond dayLexington Fayette county second Monday Stanford Lincoln county second Monday Georgetown Scott county third Mon day MondayKicholasville Monday Winchester Clark county fourth Monday Versailles woodford county fourth Monday r HOLIDAY SECRETS +Tell us what you want in the line of JEWELRY DIAMONDS SILVERWARE ou NOVELTIES how much von wish to pay and we will place before you the very object of your desire That shows tho confidence we have in tlxij coniplelenttss of our dock and correctncssof our prices The assort ment of articles suitable for LoVXttwa Sifts veritableFdirylandStones F J YEAGER No 28 2d St sep617 Richmond Ky IT IS NO BURDEN when a PIANO or ORGAN Is pur chased Iere Our cygtem of easy payments enabled any one to en joy the music of CT ecX strnmeT without depriving themselves ol necessary comforts One of these INSTRUMENTS would make n superb HOLIDAY PRESENT Why not come in and look at these special bargains HLiflhxG hEll HX G KENT AGENT RICJIMQNDjJKY liFe DEMOCRATIC TICKET ANNOUNCEMENT YOS CLERK We are authorized to announce ARCH sucJectoRAYBURNto the action of the Democratic Party We are authorized to announce D R TEVIS tbtActionWe are authorized to announce M M subJectJESSICODEto the action of the Democratic party yon SHERIFF We are authorized to announce JOHN F ofMadlsoucount7aubJect WDLLARDSheriff subject to the action of the Democraticparty MARTISGENTRY Democraticparty BROADDUSsubject to the action of the Democratic party pon ASSESSOR OLDIIAIcounty subject to the action of the Demo cratic party LBAKERcounty subject to the action of the Demo cratic party OEOROENOLANDcounty subject to the action of the Democratic party WDEATHERAQB theDemocraticWe are authorized to announce DUD DUNN of the Glade District a candidate for Assessor subject to the action of the Democratic party JAILERICLACKEYcounty subject to the action of the Democratic GPARRISH party count subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce JACK ROSS a candidate for Jailer of Madison county for theDemocratic PERKINSaction of the Democratic party WASHINGTON LETTER The important events of the week in Congress have been the reading of the annual message of the President and the action of the House upon the credentials of Roberts the polygamist from Utah The general comments heard upon the executive communication are any thinghut flattering to its author It is enormously long containing more words than any previous annual met sage to Congress But Its language is dubious lacking in force and upon the important issue of tho day it falls far short of expectations It leaves the Philippine question in the air and it- is apparent now that the President not venture to put himself squarely on record oflkinlly in regard to this mat ter prior to tho national elections His utterance to Congress are remark ably short orbits speeches in the Weston liw famous aroundthecircle trip before tho Ohio election Ho now ventures nothing upon the imperialis tic issue beyond a statement which no one disputes or his denied that the insurrection must be ended and that obligations incurred in the war with Spainfor establishing order in territory acquired by this country must be fulfilled But upon the important ques tion as to how this government shall govern the Asiatic possessions what uieansure of liberty shall be given the Filipinos the President is silent His general1yIto mean that he is doubtful now him self about the American peoples endorsement of the policy to hold permanently all the Philippines and to govern them by a colonial system simi lar to that of Great Britain The financial suggestions of Mr Mc Kinley have chilled the Western Re publican who cherished the hope that he would nominally at least adhere to the Republican platform of 1806 upon which he was elected favoring larger use of silver to be brought about by international agreement Intelli gent men have understood fully that this declaration was put in merely to propitiate certain sections like Indiana and Illinois where silver coinage Is strong even with Republicans Now however the President comes out squarely for the establishing more firmly of the sirigle gold standard the in crease of national bankers privileges and authority for the Secretary to sell United States bonds on long or short time As U e present Secretary exer cises his dlscrption to buy bonds and turn cash into wan street whenever the speculators are short of money this new proposition implies a more flexible arrangement by which the Treansury mfvih1rates to stock speculators at theirbp best or as the whim may strike him PreflY Qhiidren j We haie thrce children Before the birth of tlVe last one my wife used fourbot tls tic MOTHERS FRIEnD If you had the Pictures clout children you could see at 1atncc h1nhe last one lSt prettiest ani- flnestIooklngOfthCfl all My wife thinks Mothers Friend Is the greatest and rfD est reccdy in the world for expectant mothers Written by a Ken tacky Attprnejat LtwjliOTREflS prcrents ninetenths of the fHIEun suffering Incident to child bI1i T1c3inrRothl- ed rs disposition awl temper remala unruif throughout the ordeal because this rekIke lag penetrating liniment usual distress A good naturcd mother is prctiy sure to have a goodrnturcd chilL The patient Is kept In n strong healtbj condition which the child also inherits Mothers Friend takes a wifi throug the crisis quickly anI almost painlessly 1 assists In her rapid recovery and ward off the dangers Jhat so often follow de livery SoW bdrmgtsie lorSi abottSj j THE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO ATLANTA OA Send for onr fred illustrated book wrHU jtprculyfor expectantmothers fv nnd both sell and buy bonds for the purpose The trust question Is treated with iiitle short of niisstatcment ot law and lacta The day prior to Ilia reading of tstesSupremeCurtdytstnn Pipe Co decided Hint this trustt was in violation of Federal statues exltinrlavis for the Attorney General of the Unit ed States an official of McKinleys mdersfrom XewJersey the great iiicorporat ing State of all the trusts operating in time country and his thoughts and con victions are imbued naturally with pre judlces in favor of the great capitalls tic concerns Griggs can not see means pderthe Supreme Court can convict when cases are brought before it The easiest escape for such a situation is to ask for more Legislation and this ia the course ot the President With laws enough to cover time principal offenders the trustfed administration asks Congress to furnish more and then it implies these matters will receive considera tion When the next Republican con vention meets it will no doubt denounce vigorously in general terms trusts and conbinations for the purpose of stifling competition The Repcbli cans have lost none of their character iftic effronteryas is shown very well InM the latest message of their clue repre sentatlvoPsuggestion is made for lessening the burdens of the standing army but on the contrary between the lines can be rAnd the purpose to establish it permanently If the President actually believes the insurrection in the Philippines is praetirally ended why is no hope extended that soon the army can be reduced and a portion at least of tileD present hurden of 120000000 for this army can be taken off tho shoulder of seInpfilledthe proceedings in the Roberts case They were bored by the long tedious thWithoutvoted not to admit Roberts on his unquestionably perfect certificate of elec tion as a representative The com ments heard from the leaders on both sides indicates very cleary that they were not at all satisfied with their votes upon the question They recog nize unanimously that a mostdangrr ous precedent has been establitihed in refusing to admit any man presenting regular credentials a preceeding that niIities in the House It can 1e stated moreover that there were not six men of the nearly 400 in the House who did not recognize the fact that the proper procedure in the case would have been to adopt the resolution offered by tl e Democratic leader Mr Richardson proposing to admit Roberts temporarily upon his credentials and thin refer to the committee on the judiciary for im mediate report time chargesof personal disqualification Roberts would have been expelled under that method be yond time shadow of a doubt Remarkable Rescue Mrs Michael Curtain Plainfield Ill makes the statement that she caught cold which settled on her lungs she was treated for a nonth by her fatally phy sician butgrew worse He told her she was a hopeless victim of consnmp tion and that no medicine could cure tier Her druggist suggested Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption she gfoundtakingsixwell now does her own housework and is well as she every waslree trial bottles of the Great Discovery at Perry Thomas1 DrugStore Successors to W Q White Largo bottles 50cents and 100 6 A Dutch court martial has decided that it is not insubordination for a soldier to refuse to wash his lace when ordered todo so by his commanding of fleer and the high military court of the kingdom has confirmed the decision Mr J Sheer Sedalia Mo saved his CureDoctorscroup Its all infallible cure for colds coughs grippe pneumonia bronchitis and throat and lung troubles Relieves at once Perry Thomas If by any means a bird attained the lightness of a balloon it could not fly A balloon drifts with every guest steer ing impossible the wind chooses its course The bird balloon as light as the wind and as strong as iron is a figineut of the imagination Bismarcks Iron Nerve Was the result ot Ills splonded health Indomitable will tremendous energy are not found where Stomach Liver Kidneys and Bowels are out of order If you want these qualities and the KingsNewpower of braiu and body Only catPerry Thomas drug store 6 ACRES OF HONEY COMB Harmon Kanatzar and James Hill felled a tree one hay last week forflre wood little thinking of the sweet in store for them when lo and behold the tninlrof the tree was filled with honey There were sheets of comb S feet long found in the hollow of the tree Valley View Argont LADIES For relief of women Ches ter Tansy Tablets worth their weight In gold A safe and certain monthly regulator a box M0BDOCK Cum CoInov29 If Atlanta Ga My lover observed the king of Mwptka this canned missionary hardly seems sweet enough t OU dearl sighed him spouse I waa afraid of that The other day when we were getting the fire ready lie seemed so worked up about IUNew York Press It goes to every part Murdock Ca tarrh Cure It cures Colds Hay1 Feve ana nil forms of Catarrh Price mailed on receipt of price See ad vertietneat MWtDQCK CURS Co lloy2117 Athaut i 60 STUIXOENT FOOl LAW Prohibits the Use of Arsenic or Alum in ail Articles of Diet The law enacted by tho Missouri legislature a copy of which was recent ly published in our columns and which prohibits the manufacture or a tie of any article intended for foodor to be used in tho preparation ot food which contains ahunarsenicamuionia etc places that state in the lead in the atter of sanitary Legislation Laws restricting the use of alum in bread have been iu force in England Germany and France for many years In this country in Minnlsota Wiscon sin Michigan Ohio Kentucky and several other States direct Legislation In reference to the sate of alum baking owders has also bean effected In itprohibitedshow that they contain alum and iu the District of Columbia under the laws of Congress the gale of bread con ta ming alum Las been made illegal Following are the pames of some of the brands of baking powders sold in this vicinity which are shown byre cent analysis to contain alum House kenpers and grocers should cut the list out and keep it lor reference BAKINO POWDERS CONTAINING ALUM Qf AlumManfON EON AlumManfMJ8K Contains Alum Mant by Potter Parlin Co Cincinnati AlnmManfQ AlnmManfSt Louis EI AlumManfOLD DOMLiION Contains Alum Mlonf by Old DomInIon lIUgCoRlchmond c AlumManfELICATESSEContains Alum EVANS Contains Alum In addition to these many grocers ll what they call their own private or ecial brands These powders are ut up fur the grocer and his name put pon the labels by manufacturers of alum powders These manufaturers it is said find their efforts to market eir goods in this way groUiy aided bye ambition of the grocer to sell a powder with his own name upon the label especially as he can make an obuormal profit upon it Many grocers do not know that the powders they are thus pushing are alum powders the sale of which would be a misdemeanor under the law referred to It is quite impossible to give the names of all the alum baking powders They are constantly appearing in all torts of disguises under different ames and at all kinds of prices even- sa low as five and ten cents a pound They can bn avoided however by the housekeeper who will bear in mind that all baking powders sold at twenty five cents or less per pound are liable to contain alum as pure cream of tartar powders cannot be prod need at any thing like this price KENTUCKY CROP REPORT CONDITION OF CROPS AND LIVE STOCK DEC 1899 Replies were received this month from 142 correspondents representing 102 counties WhEAt Time favorable weather of November has advanced the condition of wheat 97 on November 1 to 101 on December I These estimates are exclusive cf the counties composing time southeast ern section where little attention is iven to wheat growing The average for the western section is 10t for the central 102 The improvementr is most marked in counties re porting an average or below average condition last month Very fewof the counties where the condition was phenomenally hugh in last report show an increase in condition The earliest wheat is generally infested with fly the damige in some install amounting to total loss This however will have little effect on acreage as resowing has been the rule H is estimated that 13 per cent of the acreage in the central sections is dam aged by fly or other insects while In the western section but 8 per cent of the acerage is affected The growth of the plant where free from insect pests is very rank anti razIng ia being generally resorted to to prevent it reaching a stage where lam ago by freezing is likely to result In summing up the prospects we feel justified in saying that notbwithstand i np time injury from insects the State has seldom presented in one crop so many condition which presage a large yield The acreage is considerably above an average tho plant is well rooted and prepared to withstand the vicissitudes of the approaching winter the physical Condition of the soil is the best and this with time long drouth of the past summer renders available those elements of plant food which are ordinarily locked up beyond Its reach CORN The corn crop is housed in good con dition so far as concerns damage since the crop has matured The general tenor of reports is that the yield is disappointing and we are of the opinion that the moderate estimate of 214 as the average yield made October 1 Is too high Much complaint is also made on score of quality Light and chaffy U loose on cob and containing an un usual amount of small corn being the terms most frequently used in peaking of quality The quality compare with average years is 70 per cent Time average price Is 37 cents per hnshel On December 1 1898 the price was 28 cents LIVE STOC- XNothVitbstandlng tho advanced sea son pastures have revived wonderfully einco time breaking up of the drouth Time effect is shown in an improved condition of livestock Until at this time very nearly an average condition ie presented The Average for the var ious classes is as follows Horses 80 cattle 01 sheep 05 hogs 02 Both feeding and stock Hogs continue scarce aLere abundant msatis supplementing tin com crop to suck aim extent that the aumber is on the iacreee mtbsr than otherwise and are being subsisted on this product alone It Is also practical ly all reports of hog cholera come these otherwise favored sections Time very favorable season fur fall plowing has been improved and much of this work which would come next spring is being done now Farmers generally have their work well in band and while crops have Men below rather than above the average yield there fs stIll to an unusual extent a feeling of satisfaction with past results anti confidence iu the agricultural pros parity of the future This issue concludes the monthly crop report of this year and of my term I desire to thank correspondents not only for their faithfulness during the past year but also during tho four ears of our joint labors I bespeak for my successor the same promptness and ef ficiency with which you have served me LUCAS MOORE Commissioner of Agriculture It takes but a minute to overcome tickling in the throat and to stop a CougimCure troublesHarmless specificforThomas Stockings were made by machinery much earlier than is commonly sup posed1 frame for stocking weaving having been invented in England by Rev Mr Lee of Cambridge III 15SP The stocking making machines are now absolutely perfect receiving the yarn starting the stocking and turning time heel and too completeIMiss Annie E Gunning Tyre Mich says I suffered a long time with dyspepsia lostvfiesh and became very weak Kodol Dyspepsia Cure com pletely cured digests what you eat and cures all forms of stomach trouble It never falls to give immedi ate relief in the worse cases Ierry Thomas Without engineer fireman or any human freight dinky engine No 023 stole from tile round house of the Pennsylvania road at Louisville recently and when it came to a standstill had traveled twentyfive miles Fire bad been left in time engine and the throttle had been forced open It crossed the Pennsylvania bridge and passed through TefTcrsonville before the fire diedout and the ttater cooled It is estimated that the engine went at the rate of sixty milesan boor Fortunately there were no collision or accident To Cure a Cold in One Day Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund the money if it falls to cure 25c E W Groves signature is on each box oct25Cm At Lexington Friday last John Savago foreman of time Cincinnati Southern yardsmet a horrible death beneath the wheels of the tender of a switch engine Ho was attempting to walk around the foot board from the side to tho back of the engine and in doing so lost his footing and fell under the wheels of the tender two of which passed over Ills breast killing him in stantly One Minute Cough Cure is the best remedy I ever used for coughs and colds It is unequalled for whooping cDUgh Children all like it1 writes N Williams Gentrwillo In 3 Never fails It is the only harmless remedy that gives immediate results Cures coughs colds hoarseness croup pneu monia bronchitis and all thioat and lung tronbles Us early use prevents consumption Perry Thomas Wm Williams a farmer thirtylour years of age was struck by a freight train in Daviees county last Friday morn l and killed He attempted to cross time tiack when the train was not more than twentyfive feet away ant unning thirtyfivq miles an hour PUTNAM FADELESS DYES produce thefastestand brightest colors of any known dye stuff Sold by C L Sear cy Waco Ky Thomas Ad ams Panola Ky dec6lm squire West a boy fourteen yearsold was instantly killed at Fordsville by the Illinois Central passenger train 0dgOUs See a SHOW Storm In summer We never did but we have seen the clothing at this time of the year covered with dandruff that It looked as if it bad been out In a regular snow storm No need of this snows torg As the summer sun would melt the falling snow so will Juersll Vigor in the scalp It goes further than this ltpreventsthelr formation propertiesItin Just tea times put of every ten cases And it does even more it feeds and nourishes the roots of tbe hair This hairbecomes tblck hair and sMart bair be comes long hair We have a book on the Hair and Scalp It is yours for the asking If yea da not obtain all the IxneBU ra ram the CM of the Vigor write W dcetoraItoH It VrobmWir tlitn some dWcaltr with Tour gen eral mtomwlllell BAT bt ets No tDC1ed a DR ATLL Le1fIII x 1i H D KKmThe Leading Specialists of America 20 YEARS IN OHIO 250000CURE- DWECURE EMISSIONS Nothing ran Ira nwro demoralizing toyoung or mid l1eaged men than the ares TheyiirodncesymptomTheyille and tociat happmnes No matter youthnaturalporitivelycureyou I NO CURE HQ PAY EmnlybuocrPUxiwjure mar hare disease You are pot wife till cured Our Itcw Method I mil euro you cnrtnor- ik5OOOOCURED 3 f feebleb3 excitAbleaui des onCct blotches and pimple ItoopinJformx Jf y existe- nceWECUHEWzICGCELEJIi many 54Irhw 3rgyn mey have hd it cur I t NEW iliruOi TUEATMENT willi 4j4proper allimaul hut s returc io temporary I Iincflt it cure aured OPlmATlO J ICURESGUARANTEEDl iLKCT KMISION3 IMPOIKNCY SlmJtk NKV dieos OONSULTATIONf 1ritiE IIDUKS CHARGES v f i writefirTREAT JIEJJT 33ESSI KERGAN FOURTH ST 0ru ++++ Wearereceiv ing daily our r I TURl 5 new Art f Picture Fram + ing and Fram FRAMING t ing Materials i in all the new colors and+ + + + +++testdesigns in endless varieties such as Mouldings Mat Boards 40 different colors and finishes Metal Corners etc that we make up in any conceivable style that you picturesframed FRAMES we carry the largest and best assorted line that we have ever heretofore carried all at LOW PRICES We are simply the only people in this city correctly fixed for the Framing business when you call and inspect our stock you will certainly give us credit with not overstat ing the facts We have in stock Special Picture Glass forget that we also DnNT make to order Win dow Shades We car ry in stock a large line of cheap and medium quality in many shades of colors lengths and widths Wall Paper Window Shades Picture Frames Paints Oils LargestPrices GBI M1111ttI HuN STREE- TRICHMOND KY OITS rJ1 Iz tDCIJ The Ultra 350 FQR LADIES NowTn FAD Ill 1UMON I ++ 49 LUOI ENTRAL SHORT LINE TO I New Orleans BestLineto- ARIANSAS TEXAS MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA Pullraaa Tourist Slcepln Car leaves Loui- syiflseycryflbursdy and runs through to San Francisco Ask Your ticket afcent for particulars or write AientLoulaTUleKyFree Cars to HeB kli MH New Of IUI1s A H HANSON WMAKELLON G p OCWcaloOc A G IALoaIaylUe FURNITURE 6 F3 Jf i3 I3 hI 0 F3 El fi3 9 6 E3 i il El I Our Prices ileip You- ToECONOMY Make our values your standard you will find every day needs at every da- ySATISrACT1ON Is our aim the goods behind our promise is our living witness For anything and everything kept in a firstclass Furniture Store you will find itatw OLD AMS SUCCESSOR TO BIGGERSTAFF OLDHAM UNDERTAKING LINE COMPLETE Day Phone 76 Night 136 The Iklkii Mutual Inratal Go I OF LEXINGTON KY 19858822 Paid in Living Benefits 8081916 RESERVE AWD SURPLUS Nh m ol life kmm We pay time same profits to the living that Insurance Companies pay to time estates of deceased Largest profits consistent with safety and conservatism Every precaution for the protection of the investor For particulars apply to K SMITH BOltfTVmN SECRETARY LEXINGTON KY MRS A T MILLION Local Agent Richmond Kr M RE ITIET HEATER IIs what you want in preference to all others Reasons getitgives more heat and 1 uses less fuel It is more substantially built a hot air furnace It has a large radiating sur S face circu lates the air rapidly and heats the rooms evenly Itisadouble dirtfromcarried away by the patent ash flue It regulation Ierate The design perfectof the outside faein never burns off and is bright all the year round For sale by D I BIEKzzPD I OMAT MATN STREET RICHMOND Kv c c 0C TijJr r kr i rtI ff 1Tuir c 5 u r 1 ITSNW TiEipCE YOU PAY For 1i1r Livting r Q s GetFor Y 1lrvIoneyIi bi1lr JiIi iJ i j r Yoirmay bg JtUlwnams oiiJWovmnalacejiiir f- In aland that ever Allows with iulilk and leyH Yon may pay th liggest price but that rUycuts no jifte For its WHAT GET FOR f MONEXS t c J offering this fall We guarantee ib you money oiVeadh purchase Gall nnlee us and be coiiviuced that ve eaTry theqilMt ctrntpleto line df Bootrajid Shoes found in Eichmqnd and at prices that yili please you m SUCCESSORS TO WALLACE RICE The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY DEC 20 1899 Dr Hobson Dentist Toy foitiiuugbedat Collins Toys at Cilliu8 Sevuud slrjjet tjueenswarc at costat Collins Kvory thing iii toy line at Collins Tty pistol and fire works at Col Jim Cliristinns candies nuts fruits at C11JB8 Roil House mills are nor running tVery lay Toy btireaus diegsers safes bedj tsittdfi at Collins Stockton t Hagan are agents for IllonukerV flowers i hrisimas tree lestival at New iiv Clirisitinns night See advortisoinont elsewhere of straved or stolen mare Pure Gas given Teeth extracted niiKiutpiiin by WB llonsos decCtf Two rooms mild toys at Collins j HM try sunlny will bu Christmas Time iMnii e luvve with yon always If o11iaw will apply at this of ti faits of intorett to her will be 1l11I1I Vm Arnold Hold 01 head at HS P iiud HUt to J W Bales at price KI stilted Toy cooking etoves bunks InimH fljhs dull biiggUH rocking horses iii Collins j Tietb JlnldtcI2li cents lit iiuiisox Richmond Ky Tliauksgivinir pastries in abtnid aif on tIe at Ziuimors Hptal Bakery IjiiuOO- Mis Jcanie Fulandrf school near Yslky View rlosed with sit enjoyable cxiuJ itloii last Kriday 11 low lllIIulli B Black have isd killing tnrknys fur this season Tiity paid 5 ami 0 reins Cattle in l4vIr part of the county j uv dying of blHckleg A remedy fur this disease in printed elsewhere hi t day CLIMAX Ualph Bingliam the faniQusIm IPIS niator lead a CIKH crud Ijsfnight at the court bout but we w jnt to rss loi early to make turther notice If you have any oakaslu poplar or walnut lois or trees and wish to sell jiifin fur cusli write or call on HOY SOPEH Co novni Gui Nicholasville Ky lour liumlrtMl choice pure bred Ilytiioiitli Ilock cocUeiuls and pnllots fur sale at 60 centsenchgr6 per dozen 1lnv will cost rottSleaeh muter The 1 Egil5 for W eiitK 11ulU LIjOvuj spt2utf iChJIIdIY IIKIO lls Fresh Mjxid Nuts at lOc a Hi us lung as jKXK 1bltiCiiiRt jMVa lii IOKW lbs Pure Stick Ciilidv at 7tf anIOCKKI 8 Our Dnisy Mixed Candy at Tic a lt uf until be iiuulv at time KLCE GKASS GItl1iho It Jlichmond ICy Bronze Turkeys For Sale Full liiuulwl br nize turkey gobble s nul liiw fur halo by Mrs Thomas Bildwin clecfOlt Holiday Kales During the Christinas holidays the J ilisvi4H l Atlantic railroad will e- I1crn tickets toall points ut rates 01 un4ud one third Tare fur 1w round Ami Wedding To day Near Red House A correspondent informs Us that the marriage of Air 1ltirence Moore and Miss Maggie Park will take place at high IKKIII unlay MiRI Piirkia a laughter of Sliipton Piuk Another WedJing Today Jlev O S Brown of Clark county an MMJ Ilioelm Shearer will bo mar ri1 this nioning at 1030 Miss siuarer is a daughter of James Shearer one of Mii IUuaV must prosperousfar- tutI Boonssboro Farm Sold lilt Carpenter has sold his farm of 155 acres near Bpbneboro to Mr Mc Kinney for 4 100 Mr Carpenter and fjunilv contemplate moving to Oklahoma will shortly start for that plac3 Valley View Argent For Sale Eighteen and one quarter acres of pood land two miles oust of Ilichnioul an the Irvine pike For particulars cull oil or address REV A J TUmBLE IjinOO KiclnnoriU Ky rTobe Haekettfs Dpffpl Mlit L Tobe Hackett who for a week has been up in laurel county blrdliniiR hug was bitten by one of liLi doge whirh went mad Monday atLundofl The dog was chased Into the Calchtngs Hotel and killed 4Offfor Virginia erry of Union City lef on Monday vi Cincinnati for Jones villu Va Where ho is mnanagiflgttie- timber business of A J Kanfhold ol J Cincinnati Mr Berry isa huHler and 4 has given ovidouM of his adaptability Appointment Confirmed Although he assumed the dnlipfl of postmaster and ciiHtodlan t tho Gov eminent last AuKU3tMrCrC WaliaceV appointment ws not affirmed Until last duo to the fact that ho was appointed during a reesaQf Con gross A Little GirtJ Loiter to ChrisVrlnkle dear msitaT want you to brinjr moa big doll and to books unit a doll set of furniture ant a swing mill book case and a doll folding bed and a little clock and a wnshstand and a pair of uloves ft shoeand a sled Hettie bellFraae i 221 2ot1chnaK 1 Fresh lingers cakes pieA rolls bread oyster patties etc at Zimmer Hotel Bakery IjanOO BmnzeTurkeysForSla Full blooded bronze Turkey gobblers byMraThomasBaldwinr JiewVall Paper House in Richrilond Tue drUgilrm of Perry Thomas luis installed a perfectly beautiful lilA ot wall papers and have Mr w L Leeds a pfcilled artist to and decorate rooms to suiaaimstes and puivos No trouble to show goods auK23tI Located at Kirksvitlc Dr Ln Oldham has located at our neighboring village of Kirksyilleto practice his piofessiou uf medicine We commend tile doctor to Ihe people that community as a man of sterling Worth still H practitioner of experience and abilityPdintLickEnterpriseTo Mri B Zinimer for a VtM orjnorA pioprieior of the old liarllett House has decided to move to J mcaster and open a bakery ami confectionery He is one of the bestbakefs in lhe State and his wife is all industrlojiB oblig lug lady ana wewish them weUlu their new home Poorer BuHViserHovv Rev Te TSahis an iStill county preacher is mourning the loss of ovtr 600 which was stolen from a mattress where he deposited his scant earnings rom twoycaJB work lIe should not iave placed his trust in a tick which bugs corrupt aiid thieves breakthrough and IItC Who Will They Behd How Many Will Madi Sori Gen Time number of census eniimeraiors for Kentucky ili placed at 1i58 of which the Sth District will have 8Z Supervisor John Bright will havo biff helblltviio doubt Stanford Journal A Suggestion to Esttll Citizens sAfter so many sad departures by the knife and pistol route says a cor respondent of tile CLIMAX let the of Estill county end these casualties by voting out whisky This should not be considered as gratui tous advice from an outsider for H conies JromniirehutaLie citizen of that county Jim and Joe Go Alter Them rMessr Jim Crutches and Joe die nault left Sunday at midnight fur Cor bin to hunt partridges When they were last hlart from they they had not fired a shot The birds simply inquir ed like flifl squirrel did of Uaiy Crockett Is that you Jiui Is that you Joe VlLso dont shoot well jut come right ownNll1 Didnt Know it Was Loaded John Rhodus of son of Win iCbodus deceased accidentally shot himself whilefooling within loaded pistol on Saturday night The ball en terod the chest but was deflected from its course by striking A rib ranging around near the spine where it was cut out bya phvpicirm JUliodus wound is t1iiiie tprioUf lint the chances are that tie AyJll recover Protest Againsf License TiTKlrksville Squire J illJgIeliT pet tlon toCounty vTudK M0 JKfte byQO cltrteI meinbeftj pi church near XipttoUlTprg and two churches at Kirksvilltf protesting against the issue uf liquor license In the Kirksville JJistrict ibis formal pro test we niulrntaiid was lodged with Judge Milllou in anticipation of appli cation for license by certain parties in that lucithitvn A Tribute To Our Jailer To the Honorable Judge T J Rcqtt Jbttjuuf the Aliulisou County Circuit CVurt We the Grand Jury Decem ber Term ISUJ have been in session seven days tiavint completed our work to the best of our knowledge We examined the jail and found it ip first class condition The prisoners state they are well led and cured We have no complaint to make of our natworthy Jailer James W Laekev O W UAUEW Foremen Dc 13 1699 Child FatallyBurned in Esllll AlRin infant son of Mr and Mrs J H Johnson of near Kings Statlon listill county was on Thursday inn burned w badly during its rnYIi r s absence at the tluitIentl ensued the following day fellow was plavlng about the fireAlul when unattended for iv few mpnients caught tire to its garments and everything pgssiblo was lone to save it the burns were severe thatAll efforts proved oT no avail thochild dying in its mothers arms FOLLOW TEE CROWD To our Orea Holiday Sale this week antI you will be rewarded with the greatest values your money ever pdr chawHl in fine Foot Wear for ladles and gents Our line of Sjlk andgJuen Handkerchiefs areconiplIe in style quality anticolors Dout fall to see our line of Harvanl Mufllers before buying elsewhere Our lute ot Neck wear is the mst complete in thme city Just to wti re the la sign d irects yon fo iSBupfirs Bigf Co tWAVest lllQj AMam olhSloplcInD Hero IH what we saw iua black stocking Jjexinptua the other day iron bedstead a jardiiifer a morris chair a sofa a sette13 a rocker an eaSy chair a center bmbThtwo small liairt and a cutlass decanter Vim whole outfit was an ladvertisement for tlie famous furniture firm of C F Grower ot Main and Broadway LexinLton whose ad is always in the CLIMAX bottom first column eecqnd WUon in Lexington give them a calL JtU one of the most palatial furniture houses south of Cincinnati Small Pox Cured In Three Days As small p x Is becoming alraoefc aS fashionable zh appendicitis which is fully ddicribed Jn our supplement to daywe give herewith a rem dy that is pimple eflective so glteap that we owe it civilization to keep it secret Jio longer Tho worst ase of dnysslione ounce dissolved in a pint of water antwhen colt drank M intervals It has cured thousands never a lurk nor causes blindness anTdavoids tedious AVo are indebted BiYiIlisoftMK t z t 3i ma bea SOnfT i1nmidthe world turmoil funnyStillbelow Depena QW JyopG T FQt YOUR MONEYc GRADEBOOTSsave RICE ARNOLD Store lor Rent Room suitable for grocery or other mercantile J lies on Second street for rent for 1300 On L J FKAZEK tf Richmond JCy TlcBcdy for Blackleg in Cattle Cattle of section are dying in numbers fromffiTs disease with a xieare to prevent thebes aafarjxs possible we publish a receipt banded us byMi J Wade who pro ur41 itfromJIr Win Arbuckle of Kirfcsville Cut this out and save it Uqual parts of sulphur charcoaL nit peter aud powered Dose TabSospoonfull daily in half a plot Of warm water If ease is preventivesiiculpimur Shooting Near College Hill A shooting affray took place on Sat llegeHillbetween Ade Howard nndjsim Dezarn Both camefromClaycountyarreJatetl by a son of Louis HownrtU is closely relatedRi ntyDqzarnclevergood feflonva true friend anti staunch Democrat Tind as game us a familytJllltChristmas Service p1acOthese j cnidnightin commemoration of thebirth bfotirSavior Ref Father will be celebrant The foliowingml1slC l programme will T e carriecl out in tinMarche lIltlosLGoUDodKyrio EleisonTWiegabdGloria Exc DeoFannet IiinnerIHeoedlctua Wiegand WlegandjUUertoryAdcste The cholr consisting f r1IV S Oldham tjopnno Mrs M Ooodlet Alto NrWA Thomas Tenor Mr Joe GalnchigUani Btsso The pubUc U cordially invited STOLEU From Robert ElkiuVnlnoe cn iDecem ber8 J899 near Tlutulou ostoBTce Madison county Ky OXE KUOAYTT MARE seven years old about 14 bands high her inane coached last Hpriu about eis iuohes long novx thin fong tkiiJJeft fore foot white to ankle saddle knot on lies back heavy loso built mare niceiiral pacer does not trotsIime Jstete tfays S50 reward for time capture and conviction of the thief mnationlendingt- o her tCoovei will be gratefully re ceived by her owner GuMSTOlHllSlIUAIiJEft fl KathtoflRy Circuit Court Circuit Court Was tn Session about aiDe dais completing litsilsteors Inst Wednesday Toe jnost important case was that of Asher Vs iJdufhe rn Lumber Co described in our last issue in which Judge Scott QeokledJn favor of the defendaut ordering a discharge of the attachment by which Asher had plantThe vs Anso Harris4or shooting police ofBcer Feerjeywasputoll the April term KingwhHefor520Gornmonwealth vs Ski Blythe cot ofed for receiving stolen property Jjungjury Danvilles Oldest Firm The Advocate speaks thus of the oldestr famishing1 house in Dan ville huldreqfJiooored founder aMIie fi3It Sid jtej V Rowland JmvingKeei boru in HAaa county Tlio shoe gentsfurniBhing hatand cfixtliinghouse of Rowland Coihnany ii the oldest establisliipenl of itsklu ts Danville Tho honw was formed in I Kowlandhoand it is now conducted by William S and David P Rowland W S Row land lilibtequith iffietiouse pinceTSGO asd haa mow been in businesspnMnin nnyinmtniaTotal Eclipw or the Moon The total eclipse of ilia mooB on KoX nrday eveimi was a perfect Miccessi from meteorological ou1t ol view It beiugperfecthyLunad facet round and radiant began to bit Its Northern hcml splieravdue to JhftoartJrs sJiadQW then approaching At eight Q lock the moon like n brown battercake the shadow being densest and the emergedfronilatter passed from betwixt sun and moon when fair Luna became as brishthnd beafftifulaa over A great manyof our citizens watched the slow transit of the earths shadow Across the moon but others whp missed the OpeC tacle Jiave been kicking themsejses- eVezSince for not reading theCLiitAX v Mallet anti Planer Cityhaourlet and Planer journaLiBsoed by the Columbia Typographical Union No I0it which stands in the ranks of the foremost organizations of the worfd The journal is designed prima sly to record the events of a grand fair J ttenuplo procure Jundj to finish paying fora teropJer ejtun irt1879 and opened iir The MuJlet and Planer is dited by a lady and a gentle man Mia Cathirjnff A Fleming and SlrjJTiH Babekwho evInce talent that woiildadofri ntnQt tlje cSltotu on the tripod of the largest Hetrb oplitad paperS A very frelp1en1 con Bynnmrwhoworlafioriginal s t is gOld enough for the OLxAXnext- week Mere They Are Call on any of theSe merchants for Cluristinas necessities and tell thorn the CLJMAX supplement told you so D WArmer Fresh groceries Higgins Ellis Christmas turkeys Arnold Bros Restaurant ctc A Dinelli Everything at Joes meats Cnlton Son iXmaaioodslKok8ctc Wines Co Toys and millinery Devore Buck ley Medicines1books Perry tt Th Jmas Producer 1ouglitby J j Ifofr PreritPflt Groceries II V Boon UZP F Use Zaringa Patent Flour Coal f d etevHigglna Luxon Fine dry goods nduoveltlep White Gibson All nclee tJcason E Peat- hiipCo r bugles ctxj qibgon ATir lov All the Ladies Believe This Lailies need not go farther than Rich mond to find on exclusive china torei hereeyelithingls on aletthat fancy c sugEesV at McCann suchtlilnJ8ilolleekflavar1nWprrester etc in sets or single pieces Vases bisque flgures cutglnw parlorJ8ID11Sthousand pretty thinWilo be found nowhere else tu wo Madison County FoX Hunters AssocialianJ Time third annual ineetingof the Mad- Ison County Fox Hunters1 Association will ho lucid on Tuesday next at the residence Of Mr Will llislc near College Hill atS oclock am to make all dayAnmcmgDeatherage JE Greenleaf Walker and Hisle Kath Kamsey of Olrk Wilt Powell Chan Combs Amos McKinney Younger Norris Tom Martin aboutjfortybrace first day sweepstake small entrance fee about SI divided between first second and third a nice prize will be given to to the best lady rider the permitthedaysTI1 present ojllcers ar Presi Presi SecretaryWillivcrybydy iuvitedIECtuocot the Danville Game OollegeNOlesnthis problem Richmond claims that her defeat is due to the presence on our team of one lightweight physical director who laYinJrfootballmond If one cent rei Xibllejife inW nyCCentre taco Richmond teUbuld have worked this promblem before the gf me anti Btrepgtliened team accordingly uptoprofessionalism eto we will considir it concern which side wins and which side loses Centre won the championship we presume as fairly as beemilmad C U captured the banner and theres no use kicking now Married In Estili Last Tuesday witnessed theconsumraf thou a 1011 and happyloveaffair when 3Ir Robert Winn led to the altar Thewedtlinjthich parentsInIy was present The bride who is a daughterofMrand is a niece of Mr Rr LGentry of thiscity She is a true Kentucky gir and we cap say In the words of the girllikeThe groom isa son of Mr John Winn one of Estills most prominent and influential farmers The happy couple have goiie to lioneekeeplng in a cosy little howe midway between Wisemantown and Bine Banks which fayrichestand happiness and prosperity attend tbem all the dais of their lives is the wishof the CLIMAX I Married Madison lady The history of the Kentucky School for the Deaf at Danville contains the Sllperintenden8Judge Wiii Chenault Dean oUheLaw School of Central University Of Prof- sA the Danville Advocate says ltln J87BlIr Jacobs died and was succeeded Mr David C Dudley of North Carolina lIe was compelled to- resigninTh84 on account of ill health and now occupies a position with the Colorado School lot the Deaf Mr Dudleys successor waaMrWKA- rgo a young tpacherln the Institn lion who had Tendered valuable assist Superfntendonjdnrlnga strating his eminent fitness for time position But ittj894 he too was coin polled to resign on account of illhealth and seek another climate Hi in now Snperintendent of time Colorado School for the Deaf and his Kentuckyfriends will rejoice to hear that he has about recovered his oldtime vfgor this rcerWIll Not Sell Tobacco Lard or Pork Aboutayear ago the CLIMAX told of the destruction by firq of all the cigars grocerMrtvMain street in front of his store and dcSlrQr d a large quantity of tIm believing It a sin to it Mr Uolm6shas cr atanother mild sensation by discontinuing the sale of lard or pork in any form having made up his mind that the nset f time flesh of the swine Js contrary to Bible teachings and injurious to health ThQ AdV catesas that in spite of the fact that his stock dos not contain these important items of commerce Mr Holmes continues to maintain hit place among the Ipadiligrocers of cen tral Kentucky If we are not mistaken Mr Holmes is A aanctiflcatlonist having spent a week here some years Rev uleetinginupright cJ iren and is respected by all who know him Richmtnl Bojs Succeeding at Bwyilfe The Danvillo Advocates beautiful Illustrated edition flnetFritlay said this of a former of Mr E V Elder Tbe great tbins that puali an4 hue tlo can accomplish are fully jllustra tedirr the success of O Bryan Bros dealers in dry goods notions clothing and gents furnIshing goods These young men came to ptnyille in March 1897 They set in business in a room on East main with n stock of oods Wcrtb alrtold 1800 Toilay they are- in a much larger room further up town And hare a 416000 stock Their buainesa has grown from a trade which two persons could wait on to one which require the full time of sir people ToflrznaimuposoJofP C and X dt county AV T C OJRryau WM the ner eiitDanvillo Both young bnalacw fcre 1 adidbialness tli W11 i to bMQBie JwporUmi fKlon Ss e9HMMrcl t Uf of K nniu l jr 111 HALF FARE To Richmond and return Buy Railroad Ticket to Rich moud and take the Railroad Agents Receipt give that receipt with this card to DR HOBSON and have 5 worth getFrtjHomeEST Write to make enga riceslReference Richmond the Postmaster or County Judge 25 percqntj reductionfrom regular prices for cash de On The Road Again The loveof change and the fondns IifeprmtlISeditor Thev are habits difllcnlt to fehaku oil This i prefatory to the auI assocaitouP M Pope will again on January 1J take time road for the hard ware firm of Johnson Bros Cincinnati Itisdo Mr Popes intention to again take up the white mans burden but a handsome salary in attached and he is deserving of All the good things that mav come His way We wish our friend every In his change and trust make Richmond fre qn his route through Central nt1c19wlJicb territory tins been 88 Bros Some weeks ago we overheard a conversation of some ladies who were discussing the popular salesmen of the city Mr Pope was considered by them as having few equals and 110 superiors here for all those qualities that enter into the competition of a Srbtclass uptodate courteous oblc ing efficient clerk He may wear this placehatmanent citi- zenTIght Just befpre retiring It your liver Is IIlaJglsh out ot tune and you dull bilious constipated take a dose ol Hoods PillsAnd youll be all right in the morrtarj A move is on foot to establish a high grade school at Kuttawa As a cure for rheumatism Chamber lains Pain Balm is gaining a wide reputation D B Johnson of Rich Ind has been troubled with that ailmeut sluice 1862 In speaking of it he says I never found anything that would relieve me until I used Chamberlains Pain Ralm It acts like magic with me My foot was swollen and paining me very much but one good application of Pain Balm relieved me For sale by Perry Thomas 1m The man who mounts the pinnacle Df fame leads a lonely existence What a splendid type of tireless ac tivity is the sun as the psalmist de scribes its issuing like a bridegroom from his chamber and rejoicing like ar strong man 16 run a race Every mlrnlngreiBut how rare V this is so Most people rise still unrefreshed and dreading the strain of time days labors The cause of this is deficient vitality and behind this lies a deficient supply of pure rich blood and an inadequatQ nourishment of the body There is nothing that will give a man strength and energy as will Dr Eierces Golden Medical Dis QPVery It dues this by increasing the- quantityaiud quality of the blood 6up7 p3 This the nerves feeds the brain builds up enfeebled organs and gives that sense of strength and pwerwhfc makes Ue struggle of life a joy The good feeling which follows the use of Golden Medical ills covery is not duo to stimulation as it contains no alcohol whisky or other intoxicant It does not brace up the body but builds it up into a condition of sound health Ills hard to tell what some are driving at There are fewailments so uncomfor table as piles but they can easily be cnreiT by using Tablers Buckeye P1I6 Ointment Belief follows its use and anyone suffering from plies can not af ford to neglect to giyd it a trial Price 50 cents in bottles tubes 75cts Perry S Thomas decOlm Only Inferior opl makEr the mIs- take of assumthgsuperrOr airs lmQpeNeverfnsteTiulotlroo4ssamaparhila which is sure todbybugood toal dealers ongbt to give fire insur ance policy with each load TJie disposition of children largely trolbledpehnp9Selouslsitkfnge is a worm expeller and tonic to make tbejn be Uby and cheerful Prlce25ce iv Pnrry Thpnias Ipi I TbegtaBa widawinaynot wear weeds she i t Ji01 =gai neEating Sres Tumors t8an Cot oTHhVTNose Ey LpEatN k Breast Stomach gS or are nil curable by B B B Botanio Blood Balm which ia made especially to cure all terrible Blood Diseases Per sisteut Sores Blood and Skin Blemishes Sciofula that resist other treat ments are quickly cured by il n B Botanic BOOd Balm Skin Eruptions llmples Red Itching Eczema BuistersRedorBrownPatcbesBlotchesCatarrb to bad blood and hence eerily cured by B B B Syphilitic Poison Iiterall system by B B B BotanicBlood TUilmJ in one tfive months B B B does not con lair vegetable or mineral poison One hot tie test it in any case For sale b drJllge l everywhere lArga bottlei lsix lorfli for 3 free sumpli BolflorwHlch wilt be sent by rrturi mail T hehyda wfI4 crIbeBVHip toras and personal Jree meiiest wivlct wiUbeglvea AwsdboCo-s Mttchell treet AtUwtk G ta111S1yr u t OLDS NTACLT e US ATTII BUSY BEE CASH STURE At tiulaos m of the year everybody is in telested in HOLIDAY j 1 GOODS You all vanta pres5nj of some kind for some 7 bciyz J i vVii i In addition to our immense stock of StapleandJPaijcy J5iyGoods and Notions Ave have added a complete assortment of T PindHoliday GoOds 1 TQyS V HandsQineDreBsitig Cases Toilet Sets Manicure Sets Work Boxes Ladies Work Baskets and Fancy Baskets Music Boxes AlbumSjCGriiyawite Sts Handsome Vases Dolls Toys of all kinds for children re rnl 9 VISIT OLD L1TA CLAUZTTIIE BUSY BEE IkDur k ott these Holiday Goods will be much ceaiIIhitn ttiey are to b6 found tnyWheYe lse aH it is a side line with us and we only carVjrtH linefor tfieaccomniodation Ofu rnyCusti l VjHaVe just closed a cloak deal with on crflfgTIiaf Cloak Faetorjes in the iQ 4pityvh rebywe purchased every Garment n the ontfrc factor amounting to about i eh Thousand Dollars worth We divided this lot Tjetween our three stores Rich 1 in1tLerlingand Georgetown We bought these oaksery low and at closing out ih kfoi NEW GOODS If youneed auythingin Ladies Misses OI Childrens Olthks Fur Colhwettsor Collars YOU can save half the prIce by buying from thIS stock OAIL AND SEE THEM r Eachand every OVERCOAT and SUIT of CLOTHING in our great store will be offered atanENORMOUSSACRIFICEPRICE for the next 15 days we wish to close the eutirelat before the Holidays Our Mens Boys und Youths Boots and Shb0swill besold regardless of cost for fifteen days We take stock during the HolidaySana dont want the trouble of taking anymore stock than we can ppssiblyhelp If you need Ladies Fine or Coarse Shoes Chil drehs Shoes Baby Shoes prauythiitg in that line get our LQJY CLOSING OUT CUT PRICES ON THEM c J Closingout stock taking prices will be made QU every article in the i syLaeeCash Store t i before the Holidays so now is the time to load up IJ Complete stock in every department and some of the more important departments are overflowing with good things GIVE US A CALL 2NQ kb1wavs So Sk 3k O 8oo GET IN THE BAND WON FOLLOW THE CROWD AND GET YOUR SHARE jOFTILL GOOD THINGS AT THE BUSY EEC VERY RESPT J FW D OLDHAM COMPANY J RICHMOND MT STERLING AND GEORGETOWN A SUUE CUBE FOU CUOU- lTwtnlvTJlve earsConstantJse Wllont SFaHnr Theflfst indication ntcrouplhqarse ness timid in a child subjecttp Jhat 4Iseiise It way be tahii asa alga of thff abprPacb fan attiick Follow i Isa peculiar rOll b cough If ChamberlUiu iCoucj PemeH dy is given l1S soon as the mm hoarse or oyeaalter the croucoimgr appears it will Jho attack I is used in manytlidtisiiiidofliotneS1n- this brOad landarid nevcf disappoints thojtaxloflamothmers je have et to learn of a slnaie instance in vll1ch It hul thit proved pMtctua1 No other prepatfltiohcan showsuch a record twentyfiVffyearfi1 tJon taut Upe witlt out a failure Fur sale lyPerryk Tbomos lm The Jress maKer e n1iehiixttrorntfl out mla NvediliSg gown buthot with a tlevorce suit i ThY Muilu1otfiELi Has found that Jier little ones pre im rqyed more by the lamYtSytfpofFg- sytvhmeu lit nced ofthu laxative ef fectofa gentle remeilv than by any other ChUilrenenjoy it and it pent fits them The true remedy ol Ffjsfs mariufacturea by tIme California Fif Syrup Coji only v in sluggish liver Herbine by its beneficial nction upon Ihe biliary tracts renders the bile more fluid and brings the liver into a sound hearthy condi thou thereby banishing the setise hi dislotleraofTlOiaa dec6Un TJiS battleship Iowa and tile cruiser Philadelphia San Francisco ThprsJayfor tlie Son th coast A iliad as Sturdy as an OaK But what about the blood with the heart innsi pump at tIme rate of 70 times a minute lUbe heart isto be sturdy and the nerves strong this blood jnust bo rich and pure Hoods gareaparilla makes sturdy hearts because it makes good It gives to mOh fttid omen strength confidence courage and endurance Hoods Pills are uouirriii nit and the only cathartic to take with HoddsSaf saparllla Atwitfson and daughter were burn to the wlffrofJohn Singleton of May Held V In ullibnsnesa Horbine by expelling from tho body the excesses purirloa the blood and tonos PP and strgngUients the entire system Price Wets XThomas decCim n JcttprSaltKheumjind Eczema Thaintensp itcl1lng Jdsmartingind allayedbykin Ointment Many vfiry bad eases have been permanently cnred by it ItIs equally BflJcicnt for itching piles and a faroijta remedy sore nipples chapp9han sr chilblains ftest bites and chronic soraoyes 25 eta per box arejastcondition Toni blod purifier and vomu are not food but medicine anoT the bestTTn nso to put a horse in prime condition Price 25 sentaper package Mrs Flora MitchelL of Greenville was Stricken blind fmIo doTiig some family sewing Have you a cold A dose of Cous sehs Honey of Tar at l elli ue will re move it PripQ 25 and B0vtents PerrY Thomas decC 1m Tlift FarmeriIntiiIte for Mnhlrn biorycounTy is TueetingV at Greenville today Kor broken limbs chilblains burns anclsbnoieLIniment It will give muted inte relief and heal any wound Price 25rand SOc Perry Thomas decClm TOBI3ITIAPPYrstobiee 1 te1 ierily preyentati 1s weara pair of the ji1f1ialJPJJrrlTr I1iiJ71fjtJYn1O 11 i wrl J j rrrr r lB3 WffttnfJ9 so000000 1 i W lv lThamit 4atDrotLitf- L L 1 t t t IT A lift to Give It is often difficult to decide what to get friends for holiday gifts Here is a suggestion Good morning Jennie I have mI brought you a nice present said Gertrude ft1 as she handed her friend a neat lyWrapped package ip weary looking girl who wfifilslowly recovering from severe ill ness op ned time bundle and hold up a large bottle of clear rich medidno Hoods Sarsaparilla she exdaimud hi I have been reading about it today j and wished I hail a bottle Jonnie was nubrjlfriendswas looking she simply said Hood Sansaparilla and every one of them knew it was this great medicine that Lund given back her health 1m No Maude dear you could scarcely refer to the cornet player as a homr handed son of toil t My son luau been troubled for years with chronic diarrhoea Somotimeago I peHtiadml him to take some of Cham berlains Colic Cholera anti Diarrhoea Remedy After using two bottles of the 25 cent size he was cured 1 give this testimonial hoping some one elm flatly afilicted may rend It mind be lIeulted Thomas C Bower Ulenco 0 For sale by Perry Thomas 1m 8 ItljOOClt 1 MADESV S VAMINSS 5110E MFG Co zr w w w w W W W V XWejirt the authorized agents for these TWO i f ffiTEES lacked by the Manufactory any other agintsiare toi fraudulent and backed by nothing 3 1 I DOUGLAS BRIGHT COM 2O7WETMAN Tnr i Q fJ j 1 rpor r t t n lhf X Jr il JC o 1 II k 1I L- f i i 4t f t i r i tr 4I t i It srr 9 1 IjP 11 t i 0 frI3Y44 lil SA gDK PASLOR fitfi t J aCL refre bisr Jricksr ut i be faczr t3t tT ny 4 1t err aaR Jtn c iO =CS sass Swags rsr Ipt tIE i Itrox 3 Sea ed SL 1l1lJl rp liT FOR VSAK MEN III J eIJwN i 1 rrr a Y7 lDe-d i s r J rrr es T trrra- a 7r rc 1 dfitsiltsVJA aweTS tiy salts aT S a lr ems r Jot w IIf frg T t C awIJ r d P a t 4mtT 135E- ClHflMIST RANGES tJ s to w rr It4 ua R G Rork CL DE 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miller liiin Ho cat ri fiwiiro in the ttnuisilit that wliei lie ht one of our well inndn reliable jiliteiins cnrriaxes ruiiilK tit whale lbtt speetlors or mnil irsrts that ClIme what nitiy on llie roHCI hi wagnii new will give way tV have out of hit fluent Htiicks of roul wagons rocka vavH andrutJlrlirf1 JUcli mond JOHN DONELSON Propr Kentiirkv Carriaue Works JJIt I1 tP ACTS GENTLY ON THE KIDNEYS LIVER AND BOWELS THE SYSTEM rl ELSE fECJUALLf fEVEJSOVERcoMESlrj ITUAL PERMANENTLY ITS B GE1 HEPi 1 UFEcTSc- uy THE GENUINE M AUTO y- IllNIAJiGSYRVP P uLeea4 troe 411 tIL c6etT fU IICtT- LLlanSly Our ioods AND Our prices Compel you to trade with us when you give us a trial jthia I11B3Jp- iIm jB3 Uta 1ID nv mnVl jl D The ladies cannot be deceh od by catchy phrases nor bombastic claims All we have to say is we buy in the best markets of the world select the latest goods and when you buy you know you have the latest uptodate goods Is that what you want If so trade with Whit AND Gibson SCR CALDVJELLgN KodolDyspepsia Digests what you eatItartlficially digests thefood and aids Nature In strengthening and recon structing the exhausted digestive organs It is the latest discovered digest ant and tonic No other preparation can approach it in efficiency It In permanentycuresDyspepsia SickfleadacheGastmalglaCrampsand ImpertectdlgcstlonPrepared For sale by Perry Thomas cx 3o Yc 5og to ascertain its condition you may find that a new one is necessary Pave the way to home happiness by getting one of our STOVES OR RANGES For heating or cooking we can please you For parlor dining room or kitchenr we have the latest HEATMAKING LPPARATUS 0110 of the ACORN RADIATOR at our priCE is certainly bargain talk that will makE you walk toward our sto- reTAYLOR BROS CATARRH CAN BE CURED ruRDocK9s CAiARRn CURE IT GOES TO EVERY PART sum SAFE AND PLEASANT For yean bas the medical fraternity Bought a reliable und sure cure for Catarrh In this endeavor many hundreds of nostrums have been offered to suffering ptlbllc and the health of thousands have been completely ruined by taking them these various compounds causing the worst forms of Dyspepsia Sprays and ointments are also wortizleasjas it sa Im to reach the attected parts in manner lutirdoekS Oatarrh Cure is a new and scientific areparatlon and is to be smoked in a pipe thereby the fumes and smoke goi n over the entire system affected by the disease It relieves inittautly tho worst forma of Asthm Bronchitis Uay Fevr Colds in the Head and all forms of Catarrh no matter what shape and cnre where treatment is continued for reasonable time No matter how little you ute affected dont delay treatment Catarrh comes often from simple colds Like alt new and Valuable preparatIons you will 3ud others saying their are Just aafr Beware of imitations as they are worthless WE ONLY ASK A TRIAL TO CONVINCE Mallet to any address pro pnM on receipt of price Put up in 11Th boxes 100per box MURDOCK CURE Co treolnieiitfor SO lays = v V c Atlanta Gri nov29ly c 1 GRAIN TRUST- y WHICH FIVE MEN HOLDUP THE FARMERS LIKE HIGHWAYMEN INcwYork Journal One of the most important tasks that will confront Congress at III coming sis Bion will bo the passage of some ioca ure cacnlatedto carry out the intent the Interstate Commerce LaW which has practically become a dead letter At the recent session of the subcou mittee of the Industrial Commission at Chicago evidence was given thit through lip luil natiitg rebates Jivt II to a combination of capitalists MY Phil D Armour and four associates weio in absolute control of the grain markets of the Webt III the absence competition these men can pay tlie fanners starvation prices for their grain Or if necessary to crush competition the discrimination in their favor by the railroads en ables them to pay two or three cents more per buhel than any competitor can profitably afford In other words the railroads are the foundation stones upon which is built a most unjust system ot trust povereign ty Their system of rebates in favor of big combinations is nothing less than highway robbery The fact that Ar mour owns 18000 cars enables him to make vast sums on the mileage of b cars alone Chas Counselman one of the Big Five testified before the committee that he and his four fellow conspirators met daily and fixed the price of grain for the following day They are un doubtedly enabled to do this through rate discrimination on the part of the railroads This discriminations in some instances is as high as nine cents a bun dred pounds in favor of grain as against flour for export This discrimination has shut down or put upon half time most of the large flourmills throughout the country Every day the railroads are strengthenI ing their position as extortionate dealers in the country merchandise Nothing short of government owner ship of railroads will abolish the evil It is becoming more evident every day that the corporations have no more regard for the laws of the country than for the thousuids of small dealers whom they ruin annually The Queen Crescent only through car lute to Asheville 20dec4t WHERE WOMEN VOTE Lexington Ilcraldl The election reports from time equal suffrage Suites show it to be still true as Judge Kinsman of Wyoming wrote years ago that in keeping order the presence of a few ladies is worth a whole squad of police A cartoon published iu the Denver Daily Kens the day after tile election bliowb two street scenes One is label ed On Election DaysYears Ago It represents to voters rolling on the gruuud locked together in a free fight while a policeman is bearing down on them with a club in one hand and a re volver in the other The second pic jture shows a young lady bring bowed into the polling place by polite election ulllfors an old lady and gentleman peacefully following arm in arm while a small buy with juvenile chivalry offer his hand to a little girl to help her up to the curbstone Underneath is written Effects of the Australian Bid lot and Womans Sulferace An officer of thelaw is represented fast asleep in a corner with the legend J peci l Police a Useless Luxury Nowadays The election reports from many dif ferent parts of the country abound in headlines like the following Light Vote in Pennsylvania Little Interest and a Light Vote in Kansas Light Vote in Virginia Small Vote in Mississippi etc etc But no one holds this up as a proof of the unfitness of men for suffrage or argues that the mi nority of men who were public spiritedI e lough to wish to vote should vented because of the indifference of those who did not care to do so And yet the small vote of women at school elections is held as a reason why they should not be given full suffrage It is reported that the unsuccessful candidate for Mayor of Woonsocket It I fainted away when he learned qf his defeat If he had been a woman candidate for Mayor of a town in Wyoming or Colorado how the comic pa Ptrs from the Atlantic and Pacific would have come out with pictures of the scene Last but not least nearly 4 000 ballots cast in highly intellectual Boston had to be thrown out because they were not properly marked All this is no proof of the unfitness of men to vote but it does not show that men and women are made of the same kind of clay and that the brethoren are in position to throw stones at their sinters The Queen Crescent onlv through Pullman line to Florida 20dec4t A dispatch from Franklin says Chas Cavett has been pronounced in sane by the County Court of Inquest He shot and killed Flanins Elliott and John Dick at a house of illrepute in October and was indicted by a grand jury in November on a charge of will ful murder He brooded over his trou bles until he lost his mind Childless pcopl apartr5 a y society1Always with hungry heart The husband find the home dull and goes to the club The happiest homes an those echo ts the love and langhtei of childish voices The conditionwhich preclude moth erhood ore often rem JTOVloutityand elasticity given to the organs of motherhood it frequently follows that the home is gladdened by the coming of a healthy happy infant There is no medicine that will do as much for women its Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription It dries np disa greeable drains allays Inflammation heals ulceration cures female weak ness and establishes the delicate womanly organs in a state of perfect health VIgorThere no alcohol opium or other narcotic in Favorite Prescription Any sick woman may consult Dr It letterdfreeprivate und sacredly confidential I had been a sufferer from uterine trouble fat about three years having two miscarriages in that time and the doctors that I consulted said 1 would have to tO through an operation before I mud give birth to Urine children writes Mrs Bianche B Evans of Parsons Luierne Co Ia Ihedthought I Wot tgleila trial as a last resort I IrcecrIpUonand bottiesfour months old and has not bad a day of sick DrPiercesDr ierccs Pellets are a boos to Trosiea ofcesaUpfttod habit 4 NUTMEGGERS1 QUEER LAWS SOME Of THEM SOUND STRANGE BUT OTHCTStAHE IPERFECTLY REAswJr ABLE AND RlGHT v JI S Connecticnt is noted for her queer law8fHernJiSlhe freshest bunch of them from UitNew York World oiik late ejlect on the 1st of Agpft e 1J coj1as insurance luxes and asessmecu to prolo tfropert un der nioripigrf tu Iitin tnuiHjijmgy emit become J pm tftli j iiwrtagd sbi Blind puRous miy be pxtMiijittf i from taxation to the niiount S3 The governor must jXiulaiiiL arbor arid Iiirfl days Tdrcntrf tare icsponeiblu It their truant children JTlie United States flac Jnast not 1 e disfigured with inscriptloiw ki You will bo fiuyd for g 1oe than one peck of claws on theTalr field beach Babbits are protectoil in the dose season If you wish to collect birds eggs you must have a licence from the game com missioners Typewritten deeds wills and ton tracts are binding and stamlanl rilvj buns are prcscribtd r h Trout hatched from the b ers may be sold betweenrFebruaTy and October You must kill wild ducks geese and brant with a gun that must be raised at arms length and discharged from the shoulder All children in the schools must have their eyes tested r Dealers in secondhand tncycies inufet keep records Lodging house keepers must keep their books In English Brent must not bo baked in a dark cellar You must not kill more than 75 rails in one day Mongolian Chinese6r English pheasants must not bo killed before 1006r fV Workmen must not ba forced to join a labor union Story of a Slave To bo bound hand and foot for years by the chains of disease in the worst form of slavery George D Williams of Manchester Mich tells how such a slave was made free He says My wife has been so helpless for five years that she could not turn over in bed alone After using two bottles of Elec trio Bitters she is wonderfully Improved and able to do her own work This supreme remedy for female dis eases quickly cures nervousness sleep lessness melancholy headache fainting and dizzy spells This miracle working medicine is a godsend to weak sickly run down people Every bottle guaranteed Only 50 cents Sold by Perry Thomas Druggists 6 VERY SORE KU BOYS URGE ThAT THEIR KEPKE- SEXTAT1VE UU TCLASSEU ALL tOM miTUKS IN DECLAMATORY CONTEST ILexington Herald Many contests iave been lout and won since organization of the intercollegiate declamatory contest but never was there a crowd of boys so downcast and woebegone as the K U delegation which arrived via the C OSaturday morning from Richmond To lose is bad enough said one but to win DUll then have thedecisiou taken from you is tough lurk The boys say tbat the majority of the audience all of the S C and most of the W C delegations a number of C U boys and even some of the S A EJJ Mr Rowells own fraternity brothers say that Mr Porter the K U man l bhoulil have had the decision They say that all the speakers did well but that In getting behind lib piece in naturalness in dramatic ability and in expression and magnetism Mr Porter outclassed his opponents and that the winner recited a sample story and did not do that well lion John S Smith failed to come and so the decision was rendered by two judges Prof C M Best and Elder 11 B Clark The boys say that they are not alone in their soreness and that n number of indig nant persons from the audience took the position that they had been unfair ly treated Volcanic Eruptions Are grand but Skin Eruptions rob life of joy Bucklens Arnica Salvo cures them also Old Running and Fever Sores Ulcers Boils Felons Corns Warts Cuts Bruises Burns Scalds Chapped Hands ChilblaIns Best Pile curs on earth Drives out Pains and Aches Only 25cents a box Cure guaranteed Sold by Perry t Thomas Drupgests C A WITTY LAWYERS ESCAPE Judge B F Parks late of Aurora iI1who was iiot so well acquainted with the Bible as most lawyers was at one time engaged in the trial of an important will case in Kendall county before the late Judge Leland and a jury During the course of an eloquent con vincing argument he told the jury they would find in the Bible the following The Lord tempers the wind to the slorn lamb Judge Loland who was noted asa dry joker there upon interrupted the speaker by asking him to give the chapter arid book where the words quoted could be found S IJutige Parks who was as quickat re partee as he wss forcible as an advocate and who realized lie must liavo Com mitted a blunder which must be overcome promptly retorted v No your honor I am addressingan- in elli etlt jury of farmers who read the iJible If 1 were speaking to the court I would be careful to refer particularly to tho chapter book and verso from which I quote Chicago TimesHer aidp T HOLIDAY EXCURSION RATES VIA SOUTH ERN RAILWAY t The Southorh Railway has arrailjced Tatea of faro and one third for the round trip fur the Christwasand New Year Holidays Tickets will bo sold by all agents December 222324and 25alKo December and lau ary1st- with return limit January 190Qi For Schools and Colleges Jlbllday rates will be effective December 15 to 21 incluslveilnal limit Janaaty 41900 The special arrangement Tot students ilf effective upon certiflcales from tho principals of schools anilxolle es Par further informatlon fatea etc to nearest agent of tho outjiern Railway pr connecting lines W A TUBI Gen Pasau Agti WaJ lungtolDC- Wu H TAVLOK Asst Gen lass AgtuisvilIeXy5 trk 4u tIiJ ia IMthabOitGit 1IM ta 4r ic f S10 1 lo o The jnost fashionable evening wrrfps iro long paletots a The idea of Iiaiiig tlj fpiepisgoVnf incffect and ir iparts great trim nessamWleribilitv ao thE figure TheJont Caracul jickitJa siraplft in on Umfbut very sty ish and useful The lon for velvet KOWW finds arigtrwiibthiiieu in iu vsquisjlo Qi tkiuslAowt of LrLl k Taylor Ic i ofHie lovely iev shade of fleiir iieiini and is mace lyith tuiiiied hkirts ladAvaistcoat hav hUH LipcJs etn brpirci dill nrlauds iu many coUt tI t j tfjillor th dhizirrugrIiress j gowns so jfriich in vogue no mtre fitting eo- rscmnto worn tliantlie 11 U could beiijuiitL It is the peffectioi nf iaracb andcgnifort apd has crywhr4 tile coLinthiiance of careful and artistic dressers iluGy Velvet lightly embroid rttl witttrubypolori il chenille intermixed withhold makes a superbcostume The iniJre delicate the baby tIme more scrupulously it fchotilil be clad ia the liltIterreuneedlework comfort and nlt around beauty and utility Mourning veils are now put on the hat so that they may be thrown back from the face instead of covering it For evening wear handpaiuted and spangled gauzes are more fashionable than silks satins or brocades ENELYN CABLE 1 was nearly dead with dyspepsia tried doctors visited mineral springe and grew worse I used Kodols Dyspepsia Cure That cured me It indigesdOllall forms of dyspepsia Perry Thomas TO JUDGE MILLION Judge elect Elzle Million was for mally installed as County Judge last Monday Tho people regardless of political preference and especialy this end of Madison county are proud of Mr Million and recognize in him a man with an untarnished character anti Worthy to wear tIme honors of his high position iu which the people have placed him and the people believe he will hear courteously answer wisely consider soberly and decide impartially The rankest partizan does not doubt otherwise The Argent is proud of Judge Million because he balls from thIs ma isterial district and when you get an officer out of this district hes a good nu if he does happen to bo agin politically Well wishes and right hand of patriotic friendship of Million magisterial district is hereby extended Judo Million Valley View Argent J B Clark Peoria III says Sur geons wanted to operate on mo for piles but I cured them with Dewitts Witch Hazel Salve It is infallible for piles and skin diseases Beware of counter kits Perry I Thomas NINETEENTH CENTURY ENDS DECEMBER 31 1900IThe Nineteenth century ends with the last moment of tho year 1000 All time begins with 1 and not with an O Hence the century begins with 1 and ends on the last day of the year Time years counts by name and its beginning but the century does not end until time year is ended If A D began at Christ birth then he was born A D 1 Anno Domini the year of oUr Lord ono If he was born January then it was not January 0 but January 1 When he was six months old what year was it Plainly the year 1 When be was twelve months oldit was January 12 that is time was then begin fling on the second year Time first week in tho month is not the 0 week the second week of the month is not counted at the end of fourteen daysbut at time end of tevcn days Time begins at the first second of the first minute of the first hour of the first day of the first month of the first year The centuries therefote begin 1 101 201 IOO1Ken tuckian Citizen Hylers Dyepepscia Tablets pleasant easy to take and give permanent re lief SO days treatment Mailed on receipt of price MUKDOCK CTOE Co nov29 ly Atlanta Ga TOOK HIM AT HIS WORD Tho faculty of terse and forceful ppeech is ordinarily and advantage but occasionally a man gets hoisted by his own epigram A hustling young New Yorker who was recently established In a branch of the oil business had set out 16 get the patronage of a ceitain firm The head of the concern was reluctant to make a change The oil wo have been Retting has not been unsatisfactory said he and I fail to see why we should make a change Are there any extra inducements you cau offer How do you pro pose to improve on the old quality- In this way was the prompt answer I propose to give the business my personal attention I intend to put somo of my brains into every barrel of oil we send out The rejoinder pleased the old gentle man and he became a customer A few months latter the hustling youn man was obliged to make aJouruey and in his absence through some oversight the quality of oil was allowed to deteriorate It was quickly noted and a letter on file in the office records one of the protest It reads Gentlemen When we were induced to use your product wo were assured that Mr Blank put some of his brains into every barr l of oil We deeply regret to ob serve that Mr Blank is threatened with paresis Washington Star purIfythethe system Fatnous little i ill8for PtSrryrhiomas In Balh county as the result of a family quarrel JA Henderson shot and fatally wOunded his brother Child M Henderson sayrOursores JJeWitts Witch Hazel Salve cured her A specific for piles and skin diseases Beware of worthless counterfeits Perry Thomas AJoue1reUstation aftijr arriving frpm yiiidfor OntarlotoyLiithiironr MOLlDAV JCATES +L Oneand onelltYrd fare via the Queen Crescout Routa December 22 tqr 25 pridDecnmberSO to January 5 Tickets are good treturnanuary4 To points north of bhiiiverreturmi limit fs Jan uary 2 W Cf skinearsoh MQi P A d1dmMaM1 0 t I ms iIniciimii friend of this ellknown ilI toi1owinghih uinterest Jour if snal jThe study really time thinKing place of the Rev Carter Helm Jones j forrgreater quletand privacy In the third story bMihr home near the corner of First street and Ormsby avenue This place Is entirely given up to tile denominational workinwhich the young pastor is making so great a reputation It is a cozy room book hued and cheerful On the walls are many photographs associated with Mr Jones student days his class of 5 in the Southern Baptist Seminary the original Shakespeare Seven of which Iewinenubcr and the Irving Liter aryCmbof Knoxville Tenn At tho lOcithlang some beautiful Hiotogranjis of theRr bert E Leo Memorial at Lea inntbn Vja 1r Hero the pastor of the Broadway Bap that church studies three or four iionr each mornine In preparation forliat ma peiiV extomporane6118 speaking which jtlrawa to the church some of the largest congregations inthe city Here ar dniwn tho inspiration andcouracp enables this pastor to announce rWlJicl1 nf ideasand feellngiNot of any dlsconrBe iswrlttentnre in his mind The charm of Mr Jones epeaklng Is Itsspontaneity For the winter the evening discourses have taken the popular form of Echoes From Sodom and to time preparation nf these much time and earnest con sideration is now given Jig they are to portray this citys evils so that they may be righted The eloquence of Mr Jones addresses causes him to be ranch sought after as a speaker at commencements also for literary lecturer collegesetc In this small room these addresses are thought ont and molded FO that later the strength of tlje speaker can be given to the play of the Imagination and force fill delivery which nun the characteristics of his sermons and addresses The Queen fc Crescent only 21 hours to New Orlears 20dec4t lIon V U Ramsey of London late Republican candidate for the nomina tion for Attorney General at the Lox In ton convention was here this week He is considered onb of tho best law yers in the mountains and one of the most popular citizens of that section TO FLORIDA DOUBLE DAILY FAST TRAINSV- IA THE SOUTHERN RAILWAY- For the cresent Winter Season THESOUTIJ EllN RAILWAY with connections presents the most superior schedules through carser vice and thansportation arranjciicnt8 general ly every offered to the travel to Southern Re sortsDOUBLEDAILYRAINS from Cincinnati and Louisville in connection with the Queen kCrescent Route via Chattanooga Jesup and The Plant System THROUGH SLEEPINGCAR from Cincin nati to Jacksonville with convenient connec lions from Loulsvllleivl3 Kn5xville Asheville and the Scenic Kquts through the Mountains of Western North Co linaTle Land of the Sky Also through Sleepingcars from Sr Louis to Jacksonville in connection with the L E A St L Railroad Air LIne via Louisville aud through sleepingcars from Kansas City tn Jacksonville via the K CFS M Railroad in connection with TIlE SOUTHERN RAIL VAY via Birmingham Atlanta Jeup and The Plant System The fast Kansas City Jacksonville Limited only thirtyeight hours from Kansas City to Jacksonville All Agents of connecting lines sell through Winter Excursion tickets via TIlE SOUTH ERN RAILWAY to the Resorts of Florida and the South Maps schedules boo lets and Infomalion mailed free to any address byJ BEAM Ja- N W PA Adams St Chlcagcol1t CA DaD Trav Passr Aengt KyWGen Passr Agent Washington D Wull TAYIOK Asst Gen Passr Agt Louisville Ky L A B1Pt1 Time Table No1 Taking Effect Sun day November 19 1899 1 Class2d Class EAST BOUXD NINT No9 ExSnnflxSunExSunAM Versailles10 22 20 6 15 Nlcholosville 11 02 7 00 6 Valley View11 26 135 7 M Million 11 U 1110 9 00 Richmond 11 68 8 05 9 00 P I- CUnion12 13 1000 Hoberlcy 22 16 100 Brassfield 1230 102S Panola1235 1040 Irvine 1Oi 1135 No Ni Ni No 10 WEST ROUND lExSunjExSunlExSunlExSun A M PM P M A I- Ctrviue1 45 11 55 Panola J 10 1- 05flratIel2 15 20 Moberteyft 2 29 i 4i Union 232 Richmond 8 05 2 45 2 35 Million 6 20 3 15 3 15 Valley View fit 3 30 J 3 40 Nicholasville 653 3 55 4 30 Versailles7 60 4 4i 6 10 A55 PM PM PiC All trains connect with Louisville Southern trains to and from Louisville AU trains connect with 0 N O T P trains to and from Cincinnati DlpatcherW kap aiiOkioiulmy Time of Trains at Winchester Ky WESTBOUND Mt Sterling and Lexington Accom 6 65 am Eastern Express for Louisville 7 30 am pmtCewEAST BOUND Lexington and Morehead Accom 9 15 am New York Limited F F V11118 am and Mt Sterling Accom 6 30 pm Washington Express 923 pm Accommodation trains run daily except SUn dailyIhrough car service to New York- For information rates orsleeperreservatlons caU on or write K ROOD Agent LANRV Richmond Ky- orGEORGEWBARNEY D A 0 R O Ryn Lexington Ky YOU AUE A DEKOOHA and of coursowant Democratic newspaper The Chicago Dispnfch is the greatest Democratic Weekly Newspaper of the Country It advocates the adoption of the platform and the re nomination of William JcumlinRs Bryan Ttiere has never been a political campaign that will equal in importance that of thone to bo fought next year The Republican party backed by the money power of tiils country and Europe is alert anti aggressive Flushed with the victory of three years agoit will seek by every means in its power to maintain its supremacy Democrats must be up and doing They mutt wage an unceasing war up on their enemies In no better and more effective way can this be done than by the qlrculation of good Foun- dDemocraticJIEyspapersTh pl1lli her of Time Chicago Dispatch will send o a copy of The Chicago Dispatch from now nptill January J 190i for 50 cents If you arc not already talc ing this great political weekly send in ten cents at once You should not only do this yourself but you should induce nil vmitlvfrientatooin With you By a littlo effect you can easily xs1ea dub of ten or twenty subscribers The Chicago Dispatch iff indorsed by William Jointings Bryan and oilier D mocratio leaders Address THE CHICAGO DISPATCH 120 and 122 FifihA wie octitt ali al it lI II o e 4 a i LEASE TRY CANDYCATHARIIC IJOeSOc DRUGGISTS ALL Oooo c- wOQDOQ A Rubber Tire Factory Here Mr S L Midkiff has installed tile first and only plant in the county for the construction and repair of rubber tires for vehicles and is turning out factory work at less than factory prices Wo examined his voik anti found it equal to any in service He will lie pleased to exhibit his own factory work and quote prices He puts rubber tires on old wheels and the life of the vehicle is prolonged so that twice their cost is saved not to mention the com fort derived oit2Vtf bSOUTHERNs IN KENTUCKY Schedule la effect June 11 1890 EASTDOUSIX No No S 3745pnArAr Larencebg9iSam L2Spm 9SOpn lOOipnArLexinztonWESTBOUND No 6 No a No 4 Lv Lexingion7iOam 425pm 515a 537anAraRanArEAST1JOCNO WEST13OOSDL No 13 No II STATIONS Na No14 4A5pm 74Oam Lv Loutavil Ar lo4 IOpml1l101n11Spm gASTDOUyP TVESTBOUKD No 15No67J STATIONS No 16 tNo 4OOPi 7405m Lv Loulsvlt Ar Iow 735pD PD65OpmllKASTPOUKU WESTBOUND tNo t tNo 6 STATIONS Ttyq a ItNo 2 itij1 Lv Loulsvltr loII11m vDpu lornaTn 6SOpm Lv Versllel Ar 7SOam t4Spmx llieaml 7SSpm Ar Nlchlvill Ar 858am aKp 300plfiSpmlSTATWrS No No 1 74apisArAr KnOxville7Copm 7nare llopirArSayannahAr Jacksonville Ar Chattanooga 6lOpm 6nnze HJlOaArMaconAr Jaeksonvlllo 910am 9lOan 64Ar950pArTrains Nat L 2 5 and 6 between Louisville CimaftCarsNo connects at Lexington dally with Birminghamfrom Chattanooga to Atlanta Macon and Jacksonville betweenat Lexington with throuch Pullman sleeper AshevUleColumbia betweendailyAi4Ky Lexington Ky C A A Ky MWashlnlttonWATtnKGpA WUHTATUOEAGPA Washington D C Louisville Ky EASIERTHAN EVER The preaen t schedule of Illinois Central Rail road In addition to shortening the time to Memphis and New Orleans has made It Easie Than Ever to reach all points in Arkansas Texas Mexico Arizona and California The splendid train service with which the Illinois Centrals Memphis and New Orleans Vestibulet Limited ia equipped makes it Easier Than Ever to take a trip to the above mentioned is the line which runs Free Reclining Chair Carsand Vcstibniled trains weeklyPullmanLve Louisville every Thutlldayh9 25pn Arr Memphis FrldaYhS 18an 45pnLveArr Houston Saturday8 45an 45pmArrIflpmArrIL ti Tie Tnt Witter Rtitt ti Wjlinii triptcthomnnlcate with R II Fowler T1a lIng Passen ger Agent Louisville Ky WM ALFOBD KUIXOND A O p AA H HAXSQK G PA Louisville Ky Chicago III dec29ly I tTlrn L tl zItj 0 =n tzJ rZt1r o I 1 HI 2cD EL s a cnas z on tIIpf E Q 100200000 S O C = gg8ggggg Iunuanoen- sJ IItI= oaoapj- aai3 S r 8 g F OI100 g L1 S IIIT- 1 Ill i i J P- opj I Joo rn tg iIittESp flaSB O yuta ttgga aaJa Fr At IMM MmVn In EJect December 5 11 DAltiST EXCEPifSUNlDAY pm an pm pm 200 620 Lee IticbmomLAr 108 7aD 2 55 709 WIncheitecU UH3 81- 35 5 41 Iii MayavlllbU U 8 so 5 40 980 Parls840 510 17 1028 Georgetown 7 68 4 as 7 10 U 20 Ax Frankfoit Lee J 90 3 4- 0AibI t rtidie4s ari4I c T 1 XlIIrpt n A BOON TO MANKINDn DRTALR BUCKEYE go JU ZC c 3 eszZIZDJ n UrTJcn 1 rrt PL CURE A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBES BY MAIL 75 CENTS BOTTLES 50 CENTS JAMES F BALLARD Sole Proprietor 310 M Main Street ST LOUIS W For sale by PERRY THOMAS DruggistslanI5l 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 INDIANAPOLIS for Bait more Washington Philadelphia New YOlkaodail Eastern markets Good buyers always in attendance for export cattle ami all other kinds of stock Consignments for Commission firms given grompt attention PSIVATS HOUSE SALES E73HT VEE2DAT Simon ODonnell General Manager Madison Monumental Works ESTABLISHED 1863 JAMES T HAMILTON PROPRIETOR Monnments Tombs Headstones Statuary and Foreign and American Marble and Granite 444 FINE WORK A SPECIALTY f4 4 Those who are contemplating buying Mnrblo Granite or any kind of Cemetery York will find it to their interest to call at tim old stand in the rII- of time AI E Church on Irvine Street where they will fluid constantly oo biinl a large stock of finished work to select from at prices to suit all clwweo of buyers gjfNR AV G UOUOHER one of the best worVincii in Central Kentucky is in charge of our estahlishnimt anil thin means Kitisfactcry work in every phnee Parties liviiie at a distance should write to us for dgtwhich will be furnished on application Dlf YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED J757UYES T HHTVvILTON Proprietor Hot Blast Peninsular Doable Heater with Tea Kettle Attacmcnt SMOKE CONSUMING PARLOR FURNACE Air passes through registers in heavily guarded feed door Into perforated mixer ring round top of Heavy pot then into tire Mixing the air with Sles thI wayproduces perfect combustIon and a great saving of fuul Mixerring alto protects bottom of radiator from direct action of fire and Insures Its durability POWERFUL FLOOR HEATER Deflector ring between heavy ribbed fire pot and radiator extends to outer casing forcing the Intense heat from lower section of Stove down to the fioor where most HEAT ROOSt UPStAIBS By attaching pipe Li Double HeAter Collar and extending to register in door above If not used In that lied is distributed to all of room and griddleholeFIRE CONTROLLED TO A DEGREE Circular Draft Regulators on Feed and Ash Pit Doors are valve seated fitted until absolncly air tight and Warranted to remain fto They are mounted on heavy acting screws working in a detachable yoke and wken opening scrgw In Dot out prennting breakage In use Call at the CASH HARDWARE HOUSE of 1JOtaS E Sxmmoxvs Who will be glad to bow you this stove at well as a full line of other heat ers and cookslovcs grates etc mchlly 5 r rH t ThRichmonllmaxJ D MILLER XBu incss Manager C E WOODS Editor WEDNEDAYDEO 1899 Th ru Hmaiixu KveKiSw SDNicaBAT BT The 1MCIC K I1 Kit Ji1V TUB Boots ian uliDpillgtlio trjtitili to ittMtli Tlie JIIHtII Malm ue wlnji pini llie IliilijipiMw ID iliaiJj luTM drtl BUS Itninl id Midil but the TUljpi U roVelMnt in tin Revufltl HON W H SMlTIInlo it just IlOflW ftoii Ilncntf my Ie ilisciivercil Iliren I lIiuli4 IsII CliitaiKi is for Irymi i a nit I3iiLlu IM war nil tiw UoerV aiL that its ido is Oarior llanison OWJINS iiiul oiluiH of his kind std iillnituimtely altur tlio election that JMittheHritn wax forever dead Isnt it at trifle ipivranlly nil Irt of tho lati Vlaj ir to make war upon a ebrpScll- J JSawlon in Ortonliiu Ileralii IliiUAimtriiiA JiiiiH 19 is tile place iuui time un original frou sliver Itepiib lirau MoKluUty will be nominated for Prepiilent fur nn original free silver Democrat to meet niul defeat next Novombor In this not manifest des tiny or is it criminal aggreeKipti Mil KIE OuHiAJtj of Washington City will mcept our crntnftil ttianksfora cvr fjily prepared type written article the opening of Congress ami the Roberts Polygamy case Unfortunately we were over crowded at the time and could not spare the two column of space neces sary to print his really meritorious con tribution TUB Currency Hill declaring out right far Gold Standard was pas ed bv the House Monday by a vote of 1JO to 150tIhIo following were tlm only Democrats voting for the bill Clayton X Y Dennv Md1riggs N Y Fitzjsurald N Y Itnppert N Y Scudder tN Y Tlinyer Mass Wil son N Y XvyN Y Underbill N Y McAleerdo JUNE GAYIE Dumocrnt on Monday defeated Bill Owens Brown Democrat who ran under ilio Kppubliriiu log cabin fur GoimrcMS Fur the seat ron ilered ant hy Ui death of Evan Settle in fhx Seventh DiSlrie Gavle won by about 4COO niily about 100 less than Goelelii maj trilv in JCpvomber in thin mine lirtlrirt vtry niintr went for Onyle exiept Fay tto whjcli gave Owens 2tt niwjoriiv FKNATOII HKBOK was piven tIe lairirmnsliip of the iMiiimUtoii on liiilian liepretlntioilg which supplier hjin with a good clt ikshi fur one hw friends Pnniaprnpli Tliarorig evidently more satisfaction to the Pautauraph in the last line titan he first of t Ito iittove annoiincement But O whnl fall istlds WJien inn century has a JMiutjor of Kentucky been thus honored Indian depredations Motiiito bites TIIERK may b r nibbling over the Democratic contest liefore thin le risla t unfit iiisfonglitoiiihu grounilfi gf fraud and tissue luillotp but there would be no ilnllbt of the outcome if the DeiiiiKMitm pitched their fight upon tlm Ih of the military by the iepnhliipns Ir ilotit matter cent whether t tic holdicrs lid HiiylTiinp or not 1 hey ire thre An1 nn true IViiKMrat will iitlcnipt i ilelend their list 4teOltIiH1iit tlnf hiiul of tljf tree and tjunit of tho 1iruv Hint sue fii iKfAniTiw win v riiv1tti1tIe AIvurstut haIIiitlIiJ triuiB edition iHviiifiiittmorim ofHn lMHlll tiineH of tjliiM ulu n ltew piipers atrnvai to owtrto iIi niier ulth ilhm rtispeellio1ajs1rti the Sint sent out nmatiili to tile Advo i tii 15 pnjcr bit JXifiyiUe U H ruMisuituvfiil plu ami the Ailvo ca iflrjs know no Kiicli word us full hence Jhe KticrueNi oC this von tnro and winplulciicca has never been snrws o l i y a country journal here or li nwlHiits A number of extracts nt loful interost appcnr ill tbib and sue oe lNg itsues of time CMMAX TUB firfit pardon grMiitod by Oov Tiiylorv flint in MiNinara of Lxing ton ha juu cil Ul bitterest resent meat o people of parties Tn 1avetle Kverr Hi ly Breck in ridged Pithier which warmly supporteiLTaylbr can lily onncoal js wrath Jt is atrpjig riohitiedbnt it may act like a boomerang nn tbe nmcliinetiiHiJo exeirutivo and ow up Koine of the nnriglitoous ways iiiiil nieHiiR liy whtuli Kayette county was iiBHrty put in time Kepiiblican column at time late oletrlion EUeVfberj MC print Col IJreckinrMgeV DpililUU on the mipardonanle p mlon f CIFLBrovrCo1 LEXINGTON I y Ready Yes rk alNffirfi tlto grtitbst1u1Otd est I attemiute Our immense storer if is qrotded tpi the Utnlt lsh3th1c d1tfI 1T T0IIIvE AMAN Yon oqw Jbats a bard one bUttPUULfiwl JbtUJdreds of things lei WORTH ONSJDERISG TJte wiJIi vnrioty thti V 2 cbmfortof sljoppl ng tbe quick Barvlcc lhecbqftcous attention t DONTWAff iqutiJil U 6 liig rush Is bhi SEL Oil T 25tt XJliiua Table O U U i5c 0itil icturef- OURfJOci 7Gc and Silver KovgUiwji Quit ladloi Dchk nook Gases CJtnts njd ltovkeiit FBerCfl1 MAINAND1BRODWAY r LEXiSGTON Iti- eity THE Pantographs defense of Borer nor Bradeys action in pardqding Bill Todd of this county Is mad Tin proper spirit hut it is not satisfactory It ad raits tbe Governor dfd wrTiiiir butecx cnses him nn the uronn that possiblv he was overpereunded by petitioners for thin pardon and that the latter are to retponutilitythat rrsponfihle parties endorsed time petition to thn Governor Jt was bis duly to investitritc a matter w serious extendwl to an nble1odip titan who 1T1TF foTnulttrtt lhff for which T Wda to t hifdljnphisohI iiifiit lUia Guvc riiir should IiatoIven samQ ijidfinflun that hiti dwlrHiirinfT r i jiiiirnl orirthe case jut least sljmifd ha VHI lio wlio aipnseili chanqx to he benad Gov Taylor IMS lust tnaJe a similar grave n intake in i ar iiiiitir MiNamnra of Lexington tiid hLs pardon is critirined more to more yerely than is boy Uradleya eI4 elsewhero how Col Ilreckinridge ves alter Goy Tv lor Such pardons havo a tendency to breed tiio mob pjrit g FKAKLKS lint always fafrfhe Stan ford f ffinmnl titus riaititc Clcv ernor Taylor Fears and all It wisely and well discriminates between hut and his Republican preilccefwir GOY llihIlnylorcoiiltlanainat ion arid wasnt worthy toidine at bis table i V S Taylor wilL4e inaugurated I5overnprof today which will mark the darkest hour in the Slates history Uncouth unlettered and unlearned with a repulsive person ality and time manners uf a monkey with no idea above a narrow minded partisanship and no claim to more tliaaA certain kind of shrewdness per culiar to lila class he is as unfit as he could possibly be to occupy time exalted position gi governor of a great tate Jv bitter partisan Gov was born and n gentleman and vested in time of a gentleman is a man oYsterling sense and Las tried 10 rondurt the atTairs of reptititticuof time attributes statesmanship and is bound to prove an incubus on the State and a disgrace to the crowd that helped to put him in power It is iri deed a sad for Kentucky hut we are not without hope since time Legis lature will likely correct the great wrong that has been prepetrated THE Republicans of the House of Represetalives led by a member from Indiana whose name is Crnmpackcr propose to cut down time Kepresentatinn of thosaytntes tlmt have discriminated against thomiegro fts Mississippi baa done witI her understapding clanee and as Ix nisiantt lass done under her ifntuilfathur clause Time honorable member from Indina proposed to lay a foundation forimis vaLid by requiring time director of time census to report time rot ing population of the several States in a wpanite table They then propose tp act time terms of time Fourteenth amendment which says time basis ol representation stimuli be reduced if time vote at any election be in any way abridged Empubhiramiatiiti Lonlsimmma In Zt1isisippL time voter must be able to understand a Cause of time State constitution when it isTead to huimmliis amount of nnder dtanding to be decider by the election tiflleere As a result of time cause the nuuiberof voters dwindled in the Con gressional vote of 18U8 to 30000 out of a potsible vote of 271000according to census of 18JO voters must read and write but all who were voters In ISQ7and llieir sonsand jgraiid ons may vote whether they are illiter ate or tint This enables allwliites in if ite In time Congressional election f 1SI3 only 31135 persons voted out ti 250003 possible Voters ouiitedinISXI v- As basis of representarion in Vn jreeij is now 174UXaiid will be hicherj this would on the face of time situation reduce time two States to one member thnkimully Jill bavtvHoiue restrictions that o icr ilittacjiiimiitg abaittions of lassachusutls and Pennsyl vmLiIiikaco rfdnced In Massachusetts time voter miist be able to read and write smith in Pennsylvatiiii he nrtist have paid a tax within two years Uoib piovinions reduce time number of votersi and if Mississippi and Ixiuisiaha are treated to a dose of time Fourteenth amendment Massachusetts and Penn sylvania must lake some uf the sammie nedicitie This theyvrill nqturgreeto do AsitvlTie case aLrGiieJercantesting TaTor election ii1iiernRepub1izTcrlilrnox Is gored STATE POLITICA1 MATTERS Fads and Figures idlassow TimeaO f Ifany irfarr believes that the guber he4ipti1IoajIle Ifwas the west heartbreak ing raceever run for governor and with exception of time residential con ofaimyaiim6ir thd tfark vaml bloody bunting ground Four vote in the famous l5radfuvllanliuj8ie stood 172438Hardin 8912piithevotes Tor governor in OUISf 193714Goobel j 2883GixshelsllWrdin in 05- Thp total number of Hepublican and QempcraticvQles polled in the govern iotARpubllcat I sanK6L4i in Domocrigkanit jgeppblican tpials Froth 1805 to 1899 the Itepubiicah guber natorial vote 1278 votes during tlrosame eriod tlm Democratic factfTbi total vote cast Jemocratic Re publican Populist and Prohibitionist was 385015 The an ISMtrrDemocratidJlepuplicauPopu LaborisThese figures ate nstoundingbut they are the o1d facts of the two reats battles ever fought iu Kentucky And they conclusively that had it not knifing each other have triumpheilcOcBREckNgiDE GETS AFTER HIS I NEWvOOVERNOR WITH A STICK lEexIntton Herald December lgJ gyantecSjuirI tOhiofgeneral a cnncenats of opinion seemed to be that Governor Taylor had made a grnve urfstakeingninUpgitso quickly and apparently with BO little consideration Tbbfie who were opposed Ui it Deemed tifeei that given some indication that he desired information about time case should at least have giyeullrose who opposed it a chancu ThuHeraldccnracopies of tho petitions filed and the signatures to them And will pub lish them as wjonas tljey can be ob tained MM DOSSTV nKVPOVfKXB It WAS the almost universal opinion that if tint pardnu was vrrfntej to Mnj Ovrens the race today that It ws a mbtike and lose him more votes than it would gifn for Him The filcttbtttiE was granted time ast it cald be before theelpctlon and the fact that Squire Mo Namara was pun of Major Owens eironge Suppbrters both et bit pravIo sace nalanjHy tov oieprii ne O Bo publican oa yeaer4 y bjettbiki Pre ciact B fMious oW B waetd xo JJo rt HpnesLaBor Bears ajLouely Face S S There ts nothing more pleasing to look upon than a hearty ruddy face gained By fanest toil Thefr zre the saving of the naitori these toilers of both sexes ftrug gling for daily bread Pure itcod rruJtes ihemaUe to Ktepvp the daffy round of duty al home shop ct slate Jf ike Nooit lies a ta1iln v pertly or a rm down feeling comes1 bt ihf one remedy Is Hoofs Sassaparti Americas Greatest Medicine for the blood PoorBloodCv Wood fuaszo poor That in hottest weather J felt cold Roods Streaparitta made me 03firm It is ttie right thing in the right pUce Kittle J Taylor Woodstown N I- Sag11oodp enie liver liii the nontrtttaUzig an4- oniy eathrttc to take with Jloodi Sutapvliu publican tcJay for the first timQ in its liiBtorjv TO REBUKE TIlE COVEnSOB Front time general discussion about the streets hotels and what could be heard during the lay it seemed that ninny more men would vote against the Republican nominee who had intended to vote for him to show their disap proval of Governor Taylors action than there were voters in Precinct B WHAT A BROWN MAN SAYS BE GOSh I As one strong Brown Democrat said It seems pretty rough to make a light for honesty in politics win time fight against terrjflc odds and then by the first fruits of time victory have Maj W C Owens nominated for Congress by time Brown men and Republicans and Squire W J MeNamara pardoned by a Republican Governor 1 had intended to vote for Owens but I think Ill just vote for Gayle this time LOOKS LIKE IAYIXO POLITICAL DEnTS There were during time gubernatorial canvass many rumors of political deals in regard to this pardon it waa current ly reported that certain influences Jn Lexington offered to go for Taylor and Mil ward upon time condition that warn should be pardoned Those ru mom could not be verified and were not printed Whether time action of Governor Taylor within time first week of his administration is tine to such promises or to the fact that time con gressional rare comes oil tomorrow or to time influence of those in whom he has confidence in Lexington and a real sense of justice based on the reasons be gives in endorsement onthopar dou will be in all probability devel oped later PERSON AL Hoi WB Smith is at homo front Clmieito Miss Katie Blanton is yisititig Jn larrodsburg Miss Florence Chenaulfwaa inthx ingtpn Saturday Jllhs Mary Bennett is at home from a visit to Lexington MrThos Ballard of Lexington is visiting iu Richmond Misses lichen and Laura Bennett have returned home Judge Tnrpin is visiting friends at Cumberland Uap Tenu Mr Joe Jbpliii of Lexington is visit lug Misses udie and Dora Hussell Mrs A AVilkes Smith and dauirhter Miss Evelyn are vbulug Jn L uisvillo Mr Will Walker of Lancjwter was m lUcbmond last week on business mIr and Mm C T Fox are delighted with their now home ou the farm Mr W R Lelchor and family arm til ticholasville visiting Mrs Rutherford Douglas MissSadieHanghniqn who is lattend jug school at Iuris Is home for the holidays Mrs Robert McKeer of Lawrence burg is visiting tier mother Mrs Edna Yates Miss Annie Frazee is attending a house party given by Mrs MA Ken nev at Danville Messrs Wm Bennett and Evan SI SIcCord left on Snnda for Armstrong Mo qn business Mr C Widney Cobb is quite sick at HarveyCubhiMrs David Russell Tevis informally entertained Mrs Evan S at whist Friday afternoon Mr and Mrs John B Chionault are visiting the latturs parents Mr and Mrs Burgess at Maysville Mr Robt S Taylor left today to time holidays with relatives in layette and Clark counties Miss Annie Xeale Bennette lass re turned to Richmond after a pleasant visit so Frankfort and Lexington After a pleasant visit to Mrs Sam Bennett at Frankfort where they at ended time Goverors Inauguration Misei Helen nnd Laura Bennett re turued on Friday Mrs Mary Neale Thompson loft Mon dayior n Mr and Mrs Georue Jones of Kansas City Judge French Tiplou and wife havo rented the Green on Malt street opposite time Government build ing Opticiamit to morrow December 21 for one day only ROY W F Smith of Versailles visited friends here this week litwas the former pastor of time Christian church AlexDennyglad to hear of his rapid improvement iu health Miss Estill Walker who is teaching HollyMprlngsMbma the holidays X Dr Morn Gibson returned Iron New York Sunday night He has beer taking a postgraduate course tai medi clue and surgery j S i J4tcbernpdLes1iiEvans Ala where time former tomorrow mar ties Miss AnuiePparson Hon Anibrosejind family oi Windsor III will spend Christmas MrJeasePflallntKingmtton Miss Helen B Terrill returneQ last Saturday from n three weeks visit to MisS B AVhiiein Danvjlleand the Misses Waide of NIcholasville We learn that Dr Parks late rofes sorof CUemistry atteiural iriilrersl ty is now at time head of a flourishing SemitiarTrat W ter Valley Mjssv He wa one of the most papular professor ever at C TJ Mr and Mrs Thomas Thelpft and Miss Minerva Park Puelpg are nt home from a pleasant Visit to Mis Phelps parents Mr and Mrs Richard Cobb of Stanford visite1Bettietf McDowell of KlbblifbiRi is vi8itinf her daughter Mrs David Ml Sweets Record Mr Thomas 1helps wife nnd tar Miss Park Phelps of Rich MrRIchmarivertigo FriiteyStanford Journal BenieFurleyCharlie flmenauft1Aliert Zarjn liuIBemiM intended the 6 well dance given a Lancaster lastTuesiUy night The5w1 oi thePiatwfesiiki ClBfc XTuley pod Tlitry 4 on proximity to tli Holldays and absence ofs me membe iIamte and Delia Johns miIFhdIMIhier Messrs Eal T 1GeoajLock and henry Back all from Barbourvillrwill ba time guests of Misses Aclsah and Sonora Black near VhiteJIaJlbisJountvL during the claee lztlt wit wtsI QutjfrdeItiiI UwenC- Saxtuns sic JNeveral y nmr ladies and gentle tntfnmrwthtnrnwrpreirtssrs Wnttswer iaiiM ii time Klchnionti tepsetmt5fiLei JissIfattii Trhmlt tmusit vmt- rtIteItahitV a iiuiiiivt tif fiwiishihi r1 her hHW mti1i IfImu Aiimimjjt tuiioefirPsmImt were MfveVLyJd Yem tif Lonisvrire und Elizabeth Carr uf Jtoxiii iun nml MeVsrs iao Bhtken roaiHl Lister Terryvof Jjonhville Mielby j ecord Miss Lucy Aliiniy a chnrjiunc l ru netteqf Riebnjid vimItcd time family of r C Kiicke this MissEllza Rucker returned home after a delightful visit to Versailles1r1PxInl tort and Richinond Mi 5s Estfille P of Mt Sterling who has been VisftiiitJ Mrs Kallie McCormack fe home this week Pdirit lick Enterprise Thmefolithvlngi vilati6na liavdbeen i Mn awl ttrsqdemutheras request your presence 7 the i I marriage oi their daughter Pearl MFyJsMlo Iloopeston at twevle oclock December Eighteen HundreiJ anrtNinetynln at the Flatwoods Church Waco Ky RELIGIOUS Rev Carter Helm Jones closed a meeting at with seyent badditIonsNext Sunday morning at the First Presbyterian church a special collec haElder J T Turpia bat his pastorate at 1anola Baptist Church and Elder jjIfcCfackeiij LaUrel iSoun ty will act as pastor for tlxi ensuing year The pastor and members t f the old Paint Lick church have adopted tilt novel plan of having prayer p during time winter mouths at homes of different members Paint LickEu terprise Rev T Q Martin will deliver bis farewell serlnart fn Madison county at time Mt Pleasant church The public and especially time membersof the con tP1Red House Friday evening at early candlelight Rev James Barley has been called Sa the pastorate of theMt Pleasant Christian vhnch for the coni uIg year 4llie Southern Evangelist is a new Iesbyteriau paper pulilitjud at Lox Inuton by two C U boys ltev W O SUewuiaker editor Uev Clias A fxgaiir Rev T C Thompson isaii as CrafhMattagiumgcents year less titan half the price of other religious journals although if contains J6 handsome pages The usual cbmnplsint esnt take a church paper because it is tQ high Cannot be given as an excuse now by Presbyteri alms as this is the clieaiedthndou 6f the best in MARRIED MOXTGO DS Wm PMont goinery JeBsainiiie audMiss Walt ii daughter of John Eada f Paint Lick were married J eceuiber 10 ii t NicLolasvIHe WtLSONPBATincB Miss Ida Prsfli erv daughter of EdwardPrather unu Edwin Wilson son of Please Wilson all of Waco were jnarried ITJiurtday last r TODD Mrs N O Todddaoghler iidiedleaving a husband three children parents and two sisters to mourn her TIuouh otiTy 27 vearslCfl age she was a consUteilfc IshVIstfait meetiiig time responsibilities df life wlthf a i l Is rarOlj s one so young ReVs L EKyleand W R Lloyd conducted tug funeral services after which alt that was mom Uilof this dutiful wife titotber daught er and sister were laid to rest i1 ed Hill Cemetery MiLiiKB A death that cause j sur rRicelast Tuesday of typhoid feyer De ceased was at Cetitrattlni versity graduated with the Classiof 03 with Uuerraut Lackey Jones and9therwellremeinbored students The burial took place In ttIs o n Thursday Prof MIHerwasonceTTrih clpal ol the High jychool andlterr probably tffu to ihe uf lila at the bead of the Hardlrt Cbllt iate Institute of Central University at EJlrabethtown It was wonJMiElizabeth Ic young lady who as the brldejof duly u year mourns untitqely death To her and to tho relatives i the Q el sympathysympathy I for tIme friend whose death we too are called upon to mnuiuG- IOVAXXOLI Etlitor Harry Glovah nolirof time Danville Adocate d wiIeiirmnitisiug thvonudJJnt4eat cchioybaby eFieldthtit havebpei jvrung wiLhthmRnhugut8 h LdMiaTho little toy dog Is covereJ wItBjJiisf Batstnrdy and stffdnchia stands 5 And thelifletoys 1djer is redw1ti rast iAnd his iau kdtinonldsUnhi hnridi iTime was when the little toy dog was now Aid the sotdleI psngfathAntI that was tbtime flu ie hsseihcmdmtthetnth r Now dontybzgoft1hIXcotaeti ha Id Amid 4SotoddUnsoft toilstriinJlft 1x5 He dreamt of the pretty toys S And as he snanol song v AWakenedgartlttioTJay Blne Oh tbe years re many the jears arelono fbi heiitL1to tde ddre iaet Aye faithful to Little Boy Blue tbeyjtimd IAftIngtheThe smile of ulitUqtaceY And they wonder as vraltlng lime bag years throuhb1n What hasSecome qonrtttieiojBJMe Incet1saed them and puhthixj- f Resolutions h RJeri t inCidwehlloved teacher Miss Alice AraoiathVe fore Hetotced that while we Jimnuly fbow Istamedand commnuIrt4 jKetolced that u fiereDy testify our LibeChristian Jjfe As nit example to time young that the sympathies ofjthis meleca8edt1mgttions be spr a4 tittf cjii fliHmtieminr id iliat thftrsame be puliliaUeU 1s ti e tqthotiTciIliLL CIn1z T fttc eor a t pnitty good evidence tKatIh Jii6n wSuiyhjwltowU Th ycxinglathr w4W th bi radowabove statement hi by hundreds ol graduates of time Bust ness or the Shorthand and Typewriting departments of tho fatuous Co miner IOTK oHi e flCeTiTirektJniTcrsityv nnd who are occupying lositions ton Kentucky We Imvt tteou Iy one of our KeiiUHrs to name tiieiliimt tab1iwfiOtItilt to present to his yr lt lilflTk Iliu tfiiti Iliuf 1r t limt to get nxMrit Wtfiiiin aiiyT hesiinncy Hiiviio ilrnf nl irftstfnt his tiiy with a luiit up uwctlpimn to time ii sittiiuiiic t4ulii7g uar su piUtIM ir Stihtip edumevitti tIttiLrMAx tdriftFti9 Gurefnllyrend wewk altar Weekjby the y miKwatirLe wil re ceive ucourseof lectures Iioth unlearn lug alit langiiage that lid ibetilijtfoii of jtlucaf loir cotrlu Jjlvebnii pardort us some more huwIUiearu uputtriotinstca4louse right KdlTraje in telUgentTyfundforthobestliiteristsOf hisxouiitry Jrlb wlUJLearu jv detect ami the bypocrjite Uie traitor the dusembfer and tiiupTiold liquor4 aifdtriitiv at wiiUU ever ctotrHAuyparentwho wishes IHS boy Id become more manly more teligejita d H jrue Vmeriganannot do better tlian to advise Win to marry early and always read the CtttifAx This advicecosts SI 25 per yeahcafehfit advance Abe Cmuix being simply t premium IliroWO infpr goqd measure An Exhibition Without a Parallel Hasril Tasted Food in Months The little negro jockey wiiolasUJune desroyotheeeii for six WeekB wholly upon the milk passed directly in to his stomach through arubberpIpu inserted in his hotly above navel mae turetJ- is mislo inc to good hccouiit He goes about our streets carrying a buck et of milk and for a penny wilt steptQ one side introduce the rubber iubc Into the bucket and by a sort of syphon process take a Quantity of the milk into persorUrhtksfroinrare and itw probable that some circus will come hire the little living Skeleton to travel with Its side showi Front June until October be ftjiS expflmijciltabUIfinally cainestrictnred the throat havingbcen burned had awailowedbyinistakeiandauoper rtiuiumttauiOnvasdeciei1 t longer wallow food of any description Accordingly an incision was made jus below the aternuin or breast botie tke sstontach all shriveled from lime ttviir was titled out jnnd an opeiiihg made to adililt TUbbftr tube Intothe tube fresh milk was poured and poor boy instantly experieccduseuse of reUef At first pulya halfteacup was poured in but after a days u quart of milk was thus givert three tithes n day notadrop goingdown bis tlrroatl When tbis novel jnethod of feeding him tirst tIme boy was literally skin and bones His limb beingnblargtr than his wrist iheeycs sunken like a corpse and his ribs w plainas a skeletons He neighert then pOssjbyO 69 pOunds lie pow weighs about 95 as asn kitten Aa a freilk rtiis is prblrablythei greatest ever in the county J A tlamihoTh ProriM Uearlviwo hundred people attended airaJli Shearers entertain meat last Friday near Ked House nilattea conUixad ussQneac tht suunrnised 111g tuwsr4 huyipg a library fi r tin were hurif across tire platform wlnehv gave echoolbuilding theatrical ttpearance and added to the nierestjn each recitation or jeonic The followr jn c program neatly tied with aptiik Svllat happened at Green Oak on this memorable SongPuitTo tirthk JiiSoa Nobodys Child etSusau Shearer songTimTom Thumbs Wedding 3 Tableau News Boys T S Song HugnelyicboiaraLuiuvntiofl Ued bite mnd iiine DrI- iifllthitimStoF Lu clttidf My Way Is Cloudy j Soiirf Grandmas Visit Dialogue SoloFaTthvtiopeBoya Rights AinoaEllison SongTtiiaQLaOlcf Sweet Heart 01 illrie V V vvv vI KatitrHnftjel Tho Gates A jar i Jlay Powell Autmun J e yea Solo Trusts Anna Baxter DihhbguoThSkdptfm AnnaHugue1eyTheShow Rim Your Hands Susan Sileitrer HOW Ituby Played Marfan NOland Speech t Drivid Mafelml Speech LizziaCayJcr Rachel At The WeU ftjWeaux TwoForty Train 1KAid1IdgueiyCikeWalk Marshal onrvinaKflleJlnaBrodyright Troublethat lias been tirbwfiig for nionths atlrvine crisislast Frtesday rheii tiwn inarshalCatt Edgar ParicwaskihiancirzedAsb craft S AVallace were badjy womided 1arjj thoU in twenty tiLes anti wits biirititl her rri Ufclihiorid on Wednesday Ashcreff was bally shotr biintestinea beujgHttucliireUin rnattypIacqsbu will tu- skillful yallace was npsOt- Jangt6dsly wotintfett rmratedibytimelows Qapt iark1tlmatOmyp marshal being a Man uQrve audi ull thbmaitiip5nbabipubU rdistaroauccs3ncliJts firing pisr guns pnthq street res trlctipn their 1ib rttes diilnot seeui tci irieuf With thoif iipjrpbationand tlitey iu ariMlecTdetf to nnO ficor withaview bleitfier testing Jiis coprageorpt bringing troubLe At Jeastitwas preUctedtbat fyo Uipritlis bht trbdble isoon nt Irvine andfioniebody would get hurL Thefeelingofcdi quifit and t to pervade the place Qrttho evenlpgot jtragedyi usfcVCapt Paif kwita tUdulm ml of Bert F6wells store when twafibotsfrpip tlieQberBde of thestreet t1atrIarkisafetyr Park evidently beHefiighe was thb bxrgdt oi time assaiUuits ilid raifledbIssfuotguuiat tjro fisures justviaible rnthetwiirght across the street ilie ttJcfwa jjooa and two men loll Ashcraft pierced by 8Bver ltal8i and WftlUffe badly wounded It is said that Park irame diafcry approached a croWd onlhe nd jaceni corner and when Trewaar clo6ie w beffl Bob Wallace seized Jiimaud Wa7nhm4juititndthpn sa Deftuetfnvtvctnty ninyiitit1uiIimmttfresofth lag up to it that jowld prolong Jliis aceinports and we caiujnLy await trial of cteasfortlipfqhJ Mar ImhiPirkstt alltiioirttjIdieT a Democrat anda captarntff Kv6lUiileer ebwpantiat mynsrgaaizedrIztrIngtime lato i4nIuva liufsuso it bci4lsdedof Gov ment of a Llejlteiraiit UiSlKstWufto thewboleItitlan Iurtbeeivltmrtir XJftpt Parktsraa R3ilIiut oldierf jyld 5PtJohntmTs c ni1L wimt plailtem1thetmnon Moni kiia ring Habi Te eatitnat gaaot3gIe fiO of M oduaniitt-mflvteiVes aw T umber of iurothsr kftf OD9 sIiVi VAtfecVaft Ja a b041 01 JAueAhuirf ta Uj All WIeare neoes wf CXsrrnct- ctrrvai wisurehstroy time seee- IljudtbmplotY terange the hhi VBt4tiiw1t it- ruglmifaeieous2itrIaCtb e ar- letitic should never be used except on prescriptions from reputable physic is ns as they will do is ten rive from them Halls CatarrfiTTnre r C4ltaken jnerflally actrng afrettly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the- CiitigjiBv to la buying HallI Cure ha sure you get the gennlnn It is- ken imitClilalty and made in Toledo hio by F J Cheney Co Testi tials ree 75iper bott1- eilalrsFniulyPilkaro theiest 1 A lensmgton awt dgg r lhtkqi- spw tt poet Vmeu hie laying pe lueJmping a lay TlidnefJlei obatICuttawaIsrap5dIy neariigCtQ1ptcUQn 4oi National Imporlailcoc ++ 9 9 + + ALON Contains Both Daily by mail Ji year Daily dnil SunfJay by mail 8 aje- arTEEOTllill Is the greatest Sunday Newsr paper in the World Price 5c a copy By mail S2a yeai ADDRESS xv TII1iUN NEW YORK II Y pjj kflQI Insure your dwellings barns and othmr e rty itt the BLUB GRASS INSURANC COM PANYiof Lexington KyTk homo institution Gives st f FIRlvUGIlTNIflG AND TORNADO Koass ssmentcallson members when losses occur to other members and tio Initiation fee c c TaIheapestpeople or Our county now operatiuc in Ihe State and gets cheaper every year ailing to onehalf first year For further information call on their agent and collector S H Q Black attorneyatlavr Richmond Ky officeoil Main opposite Court louse next door to State Bank t Trust Company upstairs Jflt AB1rEn Pre majr4rljr C C BO8WOJWH Secjr FE3Lq Ijiunaewychraond Laundry J8iin ly because we umleratatid6ur iifuUiip8sXiltl JIS right thing for btlr cutSOiilerS Fine liaunify Work Is worth tiniih but costs little when doiie by m W canand will give you SATISFACTION no matterbow exacting you maybe v Foa THE EAIKSW lacllihiesfouflno work RICHMOND STEAM LAUN- IJRL1astcrGoiuiaersSak Martha Jane ShearerPlff Notce SaleInagainst nflWtsi ptt Brvirtusof Judgment and Order of tale bf the Madison Circuit Court rendered at the December Term thereof aboveI style caU8e thennderilgned whion f WEDNESDAY JAN 3 1900 Between the boors of lQoclocta m and oclock mm jtoo the premises hereinafter decr1bedfa n county to to public tale to the highestbidder the I foflowlnc uwcribed property viii andbeThginof Tales Creel containing 0 acres meteor less and adjoining the land sold to Watts A Walkerby G J Whites land and Urn laud ot Dickenon c The land sOldtosathtTtbedebts of arah F Elmore decd remainderifany to be distributed to the ot Sarah F Emore- TEK1IS Sale will be made on a credit of six and twelve months in equal Installments Thepurchaaerwillbe required to give bond with approved security forthepaymcnt of the purchase money to have the force and effect of a Judgment bearing legal interest from time 1ay of with a n reserved upon said property until alt the purchase money is paid dec202v 8 B SCOTT M C M C C hi MIorSil or to Ilavinc decided tbqnt business on account of my illhealth I will sell or rent my Coat runningbackply at residence or coat yard decl34w M Mrs Ellen T Gibson hereby notifies the public that she will not on her farm Any person caught on the premises with a Run will prosecuted to the full extent of the law + + + +++++ + + ++ ++++ + +4++ +4 BrdIyoth The TRUE BLUE Strain Cockerels lot salUOOr Trios 500 This completes my 21st year of tile one va rietyexclusivelyMRS ARBUCKLE Sliver Cfcel MadlsonCo Ky nta234mn AflIE O 8 IIIj3tj C ix Our assortmexitof Ladies lackets Furs Japesj Childrensiyrvqps of all descrip tions We hrfveiiot the time to describe aicharticlebut cati safely say that we have a f Stock of Wraps to Suit oneaffd our PJtICES are the iOWJEST oa bigK grad ioflfe ahtl PO oth6r firm inL the Qty cjan jcqmpele wt1i pg e tte e linQ of Jackets aKfonbwingp rjcesi Jt bQ iou5viljfiudii this jpt a complettfi tisspctment of jcolorSjimpdled aftjfr patterns o recent cutand made o Sinre jj6ommend for durabre wear In fact such i sJfffSs 4i please and atQactl Btie ey6 as wellas give entire satisfaction in prices iXpUbrmjusfe aee tk se befreotf made rql r ieuiyouthtnkrof SEMrS lHb CHlliDliSMSiOSIElTv T value ii this Uepirbieait cat Bit fc res1ii1 TRIUS TV1LDIESDRESSOODS u- swanvcytt1 iancyi j t 1Tz RejecfulZy dnthe1a M ade 1LDER4e- MT HNDKERCHIEFS GALORE tSpporthnityTorthti1JO1iIYSeaSOn and ofintcrest to the little folks is the Z- ll ndkehiefs Illustrating the old familiar stories of Mother Goose Rip Van Winkle and Cin rderrqjla They are also sjitable for coildh pillows f iif f Jjadies plain white hemstitched handker chiefs 4c Ladies embroidered and hemstitched kiudkefchiefs 5 10 l 20 25c Ladies alllinen embroidered and hem stitched handkerchiefs 25c Ladies alllinenj lace edge and hem stitched handkerchiefs 25c Ladies plain alllinen handkerchiefs lOc Mens colored borderedr handkerehiefs Sand 1Oci Mens white hemstitched handkerchiefs 5 10 and 20c Mens alllinen hemstitched handker chiefs 25c s Mens Japanese silk ancy bordered handkerchiefs lOc l w Mens Japanese silk initial corner hand kerchiefs lOc Mens Plaid Mufflers 2oc Ladies Suspenders with fancj buckels I0and25c IpeFancyQuiltted Red Satin Slippers liffed and fur top 150 Plain Brown Felt Slipper lined and fur topiSlOO Carpet Fringe 9c a yd Small Table Covers 40c If you want to give a handsome Xmas present and one jyjery accepfcible come andzpurchase one of our figured satin damasks tablelinen and napkins to match 800 per set holidayLeaderspurchaser We can please you Respectfully OWEN MKEE RADY FOR XMAS overflowingfor I oXc1a onsistingpfLadies Desks Chif foniers Qhina Gabinets Book Cases Rockers Hall and Libra ry Chairs Morris Chairs Jar dii3iereStandsrand Screens Space prevents us giving a full list of the beautiful things we have this season and in vite you us au early call and avoid the rush You can make yoil repurchases atyourleisuFeyou desire WATCH ot ojf AQiflgov SiEVftLE IO BERLEY 220222 m Main Streetj 28 K SUPPLEMEINTsn VOLUME 23 t It BI6HMOWDy IiADISONCGUVTk KENTUCKY DECEMBER 20 1899 NUMBER 29 no Be Fair to YOURSELF 4+ + + + l40++ +04 +++ + And call at our store for FRESH GROCERIES Everything needed to make a perfect Christmas Dinner mil be found here Qill and give us your order before tha rush begins io a t o BJffi J IDUllU8Cio 1Je 1f+ + + +++ +++ + + ++ + RESTAURANT Headquarters for Fresh Can Nuts Fire Crackers Homan CudleKuDlIoUW1 Fin works Fresh Oysters and Celery in season Leave your order at on for ChristmaOIIIds 11 vine St next dis r to Old hams Furniture Store lt i WE ARE READY With thrsrFestuvi most varied nsiiort hlph rlast HKISTMAS UOOOH fetnnihini rMkK and alt kinds of PeriMi- Oalr liMn tail t e DtS eO PIESC9IPrI1N RIWSTH TR8Imw Ai r n n hm fns all Ilnr snio 11r have dine isin uiiiii if fvery tl li IK plrHne tit little OIIBS r the lu liei we have tlii Iltst life of Millin tO ever bruaubt to kicliHionU Give alL DUVORG 6 BUCKLEY Cor Main A II Bt The Old Reliable IN U lNE AGAINI +44044i +0H40440 + +0+ Jlavinjr Illrd IClI the Produce Ilisinefts of tirinstead Co 1 COt linlly invite my old friends dud ciihtoineis to tall on moat the old stud where 1 will pay the highest juiikf t prices or all kinds of lio duce J H Weff tfS Q tj 1BII r I ffi n 1 B W T tock orfROCRRIRSrythingfnuginableietoundatourstore nsjCranberriesCelerJOysters Citron Layer a111 Candies Nuts salmis Bananas sand f hInHhe way ot Ohriatniaipwets we nfcert display of amps and ChIna goodsever rougbttIRlchmoudWe cannot lrKl to mention the needed to 5iStStSfS5Jro give ua a call and we scab take pleaSure In E OEATHERAGE CQ 7zziIW e e VR Mi1- ece 1ve er Dont fail to call and examine the largest and best and cheapest assortment of Christ broughtTingDiamcuUe11 atches Clocks JevehIt and 4 many NOVELTIES too numerous to m iition Come and see for yourself 9a 2 CcStockk D P ARMERa 4a fu I jogs SANTA CLAUS will be more loaded than past years with happyChristmas JOE GIUNCHIGLIANI LWYJA l s 8umr JoooINr Coal Feed LimeC Cement and Sand rX 0tStorage a Specialty StSy 7fRIOIUIOND XY jjf TURLRYtnO ur1et Livery ee k hale Stable rHendqlJnrkillor horse- Jen vNiceHoreesaDdlUKfi5 at anu polite rtttentiontoull FOXH old stand W FOR THE BEST ++++ +44 ++++04 ++ + ++ CHRISTMAS TURKEYS CANDIES AND NUTS TOYS FOR TOTS FRUITS FOR CAKES AND GIFTS FOR FRIENDS CALL AND SEE ARNOLD BROS a J T4r T7GIVE a oUDAYs IlfJft J- i iNew Firm +Having purchased the stock of gro ceries from Hurst Fowler t dially oHcit your trades handle the Fresbtert Groceries Candles Vegetables Feed Give your order Phone Goods deliv ered to any part of the city +B B a BOEN 7 ORANGE STREET KICHMOND KY Your order for Christmas Meats We endeavor to handle only the best We refuse all kinds of Meat that is not strictly first class If you are equally as particular we can count on you as a regular custo mer Dont forget us CULTON SON IRVINE STREET r4 Y cor etc me by PERRY d THOMAS Itesari4tionllJork a Saccia ty We have a complete line of NEW HOOKS also wftiy of the STANDARD WOUKfl pita bie ltolW y gifts See oar line before par basing elsewhere as we can save you rt 8t ey 7 Use C tiariugsPaEent tJ Flour DONTFORGET US While pondering over what to buy for a Christmas Present We have many things in our store that would make handsome and seri y viceable present White Gibson Continued from last week HISTORY Or APPENDICITIS LATEST OPINIONS OF PHYSICIANS ON THE HUMAN APPENDIX Ncj York 8a41 acute appendicitis was advanced more than by all previous knowledge combined by McBurney when in 1889 he discovered and established the value of Introdoctiotlland to diagnose clearly and positively every case of chronic and nearly every case of acute appendicitis- Although there has been a belief that men were more subject to the disease than women in a succession of 18000 autopsies appendicitis was found in 57 per cent of the females and 55 per cent of the males and in lJ8 an topsles reported by another man evidences of past appendicitis were found in 6ft per cent of me women andi 56 per cent of the men In 300 autopsies 190 uormal appendices were found all the others showing evidences of ease Edebohls finds clinically that 4 per cent of all women have appendicitis The appendix averages a half inch longer in women than in men several hundred autopsies have Hhown as high a proportion of cases as above 21 per cent where the appendix is obliterated There is only one well authenticated case oi congenial absence of the appendix Odd reason for the happiness of the ancients seem to ap pear in the statement that the very ex istence of the appendix does not seem to have been recognized prior to the sixteenth century There is one genuine record of leftpided appendicitisbut it was the case of a soldier whose hodyI showed other transposition The first operation for appendicitis so far as the records show was in 1759 That was fur the purpose of draining an abccss not for the removal of the appendix The inauguration of the modern surgical treatment of append cular abcenses did not come until 18671 Dr Edebohls says and mat led to thej surgery of the appendix itself as it is now practised The doctor et 11IiuueIThe first recorded operation appendix itself was planned by lr Ma homed and executed on AtigUtt 241883 by Symonds Mahomed diagnosticat ed a stone in the appendix Symon removed the stone threefourths b one halt inch In size and clostd the opening of the appendix The patient ratovered and was cured of all his symplons In connection with thisi case Symonds becomes prophetic in relation to the future removal of the appendix in similar cases I have found but till other instances ofI eration upon the appendix stopping short of its removal Kroenlien on February 14 1881 performed the first removal of the appendix for acute ap pendicitis Other doctors followed Dr Ede bohls remarks that these early appendi cectomles bad in common one disi couragingfeatnrp All of them were fatal The first successful removal of the appendix was performed on May 8 1886 and thereafter Dr Edebohls says removal of the appendix in acute appendicitis rapidly became a recog nized and oftundertaken procedure As early as 1889 McBurney reported seyen appendicectomies of his own with six recoveries and one dea h Since that time scores of operators number their appendicectomies for acute appendicitis by the hundreds Since 1800 the large majorities of soy geons with a name advocate removal of tile appendix in acute appendicitis as the routine procedure always to bn attempted save under most exceptional conditions In direct opposition to the modern tendency to remove the ap pendix whenever feasible and vainly attempting to stem the tide we find Dr J M Barton of Philadelphia as late as 1894 and a few others even more re cently preaching the doctrine of leav ing the appendix in operation for acute appendicitis claiming better results from this practice That this claim does not hold eood in the work of better operators goes without saying It AFTKK reading Bob Breckinridges statement upon the decision of the Commissioners we are prouder than ever that we supported this Grand Old Man Judge Breokinrhlge in epeakii aboutfthe recent finding of the Election Commission said that he was not surprised at the result trot on the other hand had expected it for several lays before it came He said that the Com missioners had no power to do other than give the certificates to the Repub licans though they were convinced that gross fraud had been practiced at the polls When asked if contests would be made he said that depended on the evidence to be secured and if it should be strong enough to warrant a contest one would certainly be made Judge Breckinridge paid the Commis sioners a high compliment for the fear less discharge of their duty saying that they were honorable men and discharged their duty as they saw 1t1I 1 t IMPORTANT CLOTHING ANNOUNCEMENTrbe I have an immense line of Clothing Furnishing Goods Shoes Huts AND CAPSAll the latest styles Hud serviceable goods TheyJmust be disposed of We call your attention to the splendid values to be found in every department Dont think of buying a I H SUIT OR OVERCOAT t Before giving our stock a look WE WILL SAVE YOU MONEY MENS nitI a f u n f ALL GOOD AND- SPLENDID VALVES MENS OVERCOATS AT PRICES TO PLEASE YOU BOYS COATS GOOD ASSORTMENT AND WILL BE SOLD CHEAP BOYS SUITS JUST THE THING AT THE RIGHT PRICE MENS UNDERWEAR Sell Many Bargains Line t CDYINBTON y AND t t t I MITCHELL