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Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897): n. Wednesday, December 27, 1899. Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897). 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914, Richmond, Ky. 1899 ric1899122701 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897): n. Wednesday, December 27, 1899. Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897). Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914, Richmond, Ky. 1899 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. e I r J iw rv rriS I 0 tj t iriiI Ji r- Rt CMM0N C611c r 10 t t u tlL i1 i Ih f 7 1 j J r n w VOLUME 2 2 11 1 li RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 27 1899 NUMBER 30 WI I eledREPAmINa AND TIMBINO FINE WATCHES I 7 r ls A SPECIALTY I p S sa All Work Guaranteed d 2ND STREET RICHMOND KY I For Rent 4 + + + tPChoice of three good tP office rooms over Douglas I E Simmons hard ware store Main St Also very desirable eightroom residence aa with iences modern conven GRIGGSBY MUNCEY EASTERN KENTUCKY REAL ESTATE AND COLLEC TION AGENCY R LEE DAVIS Manager Farm Mineral and Timber Lands bought and sold on commission Avounts in and out of the City taken for Collection fW11te or call on me for further particulars iiFMCKRoomO Mobcrley Build irg Kirlnnnnil Ky- PROFESSIONAL CARDS ATlOaNEYS R E ROBERTS ATTOKNEYATLAW- IMCHMOND KENTUCKY Office in Moberley Ballding Rw MILLER ATTORNKYTAWR- ICUIOND KKSTCCKT O he in the Buraam Building next door to arm re National Bank teWly A SULLr ANJ n rrolrilv ATT A w U1C1IMOND KENTUCKY Ofrfo over Tavlors Hardware ire op p Kite Court rtoiice4 nfl MninJStreyt II IJ llOii A7jUflViVAT LAI ItriiMosn KENTUCKY Dilice No IS First fit upstairs 31 30 C D M GIIKNAULT t A rroKvK HTltAI V K HMONIl KKNTIJgKX- tue on Second street over Chen al ts gOrery i i wii LETCHElC AttorleyatLaw Ii 1IMOSI J5 i rpiY DlHiw vit1J1j Smithy Mere Iwgton httIIt1I1i T C LoryA tthjputLaw I 11 hrh 8u1liBtu RnJ4ohI1 K PSTSIOIAUS mis oiBsoN GU SON PHYSICIAN ANnSOKGKQN RirimoNii r KENTUCKY Othce iu the oe Cclin building Sand noSe ond Street owel WHC old arnntpte n CHAS nOOK R I KTgiUNtkYGEON iratliate Oidarit Iemrwjry Cottfge Veterinary Dentistry and fetcrlllty a Specialty eirOftlce up tair over alore recently acca pied by Richmond HarneM Co East Main 8t Richmond KyaPt1Y Ii C JASJ Ell 111 V Medicine and Sorcery Office Prather ruildfrtc Main Street Telephone nt residence the Carr place on Broadway lUCHMOXD KgNTjICKY GWEVANSrD i r1 PUYSICIANJNDSUROEONi RICHMOND It u DR T J TATLO1 Jractftion in Ifedicine and Sitrgery RICHMOND rKurucv aOffice and residence on Second Street flDENTAL STTHGE3T i Dr OiUrvVvrvt t itosoii Jor LoUISVIItllxT n Q nice next door t n dbvernmeriC Building RichmSnd Ky Office hoaraiBtonzl tot novl7ly J J Dq FRED SMITH DEN IST 5 JWOmce over Colllnii Grocery same office lately occupied byBr WWDa jau121I Dr Louis Landl Ko 503 West Ninth Street Cincinnati Ohio will be at the hotel Zhnmer iUehmondEy on WSDNESDiY DEC 13 1899 returning eVer leeond Xliredneidal belt Befereuce cTery physician ofBlcJi mood Kr vvts tSly i 0 y Qe8 r2iWOIlTH fl PRESENTS For 50c worth of work Wo are giving away vratchcR bicvcles sewing ma chine Runs c n to introduce our paper PASTIME ahighciass illustraU cd family papcr of from 16 to 32 large pages Gttb lis columns of Chice Good StorifesjJjiterahire Art Humor Letters of Travel iu Forietn Lands c d And all you have to dnta get 42 worth of presents is ill pet 20 subscribers at j5c each Send lfc in stamps for full particulars long list of presents and 1II0nthBjIville Ky A WONDERFUL DISCOVERY Not only cures but Tsceps well Is sold by an organized company of re sponsible business men and has en dorsement of thousands of Clerpymen and noted people thrqugliduttbe country AVo speak of that wonderfulIn strument Electropoise and ask your careful examination into the cures it has wrought CoL A P Nunally of the InterOcean Chicago Avrites carly three years experience with Electropoiso only confirms the truth of your claims I ray my friends that this instilment is a most wonderful Invention StIll I would not part with mine if I could get another Send address for onr hook gives letters from people who havo been cunJil by Elec tropoise ELECTRO POISE CO 513 Fourth Avenue Lovisville Ky sept 2lyr SDR CALDWELLSN Dr R Goldstein The Optic Specialist of Nol Fourth Avenue Louisville will be at the Qlyndon Hotel Richmond THURSDAY DECEMBER 21 returning one day each month Eyes exam ined and glasses scientifically adjusted FOR RENT The residence Qf the late Stephen B White on High St Apply to John A Higgins =County Court Days Paria Bourbon county first Monday Uiclimond Madison county Orel Mon day Lexington Fayette county second IMonday r Ktaiiford Limpln coiiuty second Mon flay Georgetown Scott county third Mon daY MondayNicIioUinville Monday i Vincltester Clark county fourth Iroiilay V reaIllesL wopdfbnl county fourth v HOLIDAY SECRETS +Tell us what you want in the line o i JEWELRY DIAMONDS f SILVERWARE oic NOVELTIES how murh vnn wish to pay arid w HIt place hotoro you the very object your desire r That Rhows the onfidenco we hav in tlKvcomplejeness four tock am correctness of our pricns The aMtrneut of ardclW suitable for o Sris very Jarce rile Store is a vwrltabl Fairyland of Gold Silver and Preciou Stones F JYEAGERi No 28 2d SK Jlichnioiul Ky sep6ty IT IS NO BURDEN when n PIANOJorJR6AN Is pnr chas d ere OoVrystem of easy payments lla illyonoio en thaniuslo ofCX v 1joy it JV 1tcc1t Sttun TkZp without deirfyjngthewmsol elJof necessary comfjjrtft Quo or these INsfKOMENTS would mnte a jii1li nornA y PIISEbI4J Why nooirc in and Tboktbosd specrFbaig3ins f iLRDfXGRIUL EFG 1tJ JtRI ItK IP Y 1Ji DEMOCRATIC TICKET ANNOUNCEMENT roscogm uitJt v ARCHXIVANAUOlo the action of the Democratic Party We are authorized to announce O U nAY aubjecttoWe are anthorfzcd to announce D It TEVIS a candidate Jor Clerk subject to the action of the Democratic party TiJa I e are authorized to announce M M itILLEB a candidate for Clerk subject to the action of the Democratic partyJ We areauthorlied to announce JESSE aubjcctton fFOR BIIEttiFP i nrlFWBounty subject to tho action of Ute Democratic JWeBALLABD of White SUtlona candidate for Sheriff subject to the action of theDemocratlc party We are nelh rlzed to announce MARTIN GENTRY a candidate for Sheriff Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce P B BROAD BUS a candidate for Sheriff Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party Poll ASSESSOR Weare authorized to announce JOE OLD BAM a candidate for AseSsor of Madison county subject to the action of the Demo- Cratic party We are authorized to announce JAS tBAKER a candidate for Assessor of Madison countysubject to the action of the Demo party- We are authorized to announce GEORGE NOLAND a candidate for Assessor of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce Q W DEATHEBAQE a candidate for Assessor of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce BUD DUNN of the Glade District a candidate for Assessor subject to the action of the Democratic party FOR JAILEa We are authorized to announce JAMES C LACKEY a candidate for Jailer of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce PETER G PABRISH a candidate for Jailer of Madison county subject tothe action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce JACK ROSS candidate for Jailer of dlson county for one term only subject to Uie action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce F J PER KINS a candidate for Jailor subject to the action of the Democratic party WASHINGTON LETTER There was a disposition on the part of a certain portion of the press to con nect the visit of Hon Frank Campbell national chairman from New York Elliot Danfortha close friend of Former Senator lull and Norman E JIack p prominent editor and leading Democrat of Western New Yorkrto Wash ington as having been made with a view to influencing the alleged recalci trant Democrats in Congress from that State wJio it instated by the Republican press had determined to support the Republican Currency bill Mr Campbell however disclaimed any such intention and declared that the visit was simply with a view to con ferring with National Chairman Jones relative to the campaign of next year Mr Campbell assured the reporter that New Y 5rk would certainly bo found in lino for Bryan next year and that in his talk with Senator Jones the Senator expressed himself as certain of Domo craffc enifcessY saving that the outlook for the silver leader was exceedingly encouraKing Those undeviatiiVR advocates of gold standard as tho financial anchor lof every couutrywho declare that without the gold basis there can be no substantial prosperity will do well to turn their attention to a recent report oalfie prosperity of Mexico which P Merrill lirinith United States Consul at Mata rnorbs hits made to the State Depart ment Iu view of the wellknown Jact thatMpxico more nearly fyerhapsap proacCcs a 6ilverjtarjdard that any conultry ofhIlPortance ia theworldlit wilLbe well for theKold bngsi to ponder over wbat7fliei5 own cousulglves to the world tliniu h the medium of the State Department lie write MalOne of tha Latin American countries are experiencing such steady commercial and Industrial prosress s letcf110 other offers BO laanyopcnr iiigs to the miner planter capitalist and manufacturer Among the many causes of this progress and activity mavlia mentioned the natural resources of the ountrr the absolute security of life and property the cheapness of la bor tho ateejice of strikes and other labor ilisturbanccR ancUtha confidence in the strength and stability of the government which was so openly ex emplified by the recent ready negotia tion f6 per cent loan in the United States and Europe Had Mr Roberta thrown abomb In r totiierRepubiican camp on Capitol Hill lib would not have caused more surprise andcpnstcrnatibn than he did by lils point blank rofual to participate i iu the Republican plot to deprive him of Iiia eeat bypolng before the commit e teeof jiine and aid the members in I thfelp jnvestipatlon It hail evidently beeiTall planned that afteraperfnri TRY ITWomen suffer ing from female troubles and weakness and from irregular or painful menses Sutht not to lose hope if doctors canno- t1ie1ptiemhy sidans ire so busy with other diseases that they do not un derstand fully the pecullarailr ra nts and delicate organism of woman What Ihc sufferer ought tq 4Q UJs give fartpaYRn EWFZLDS F naie Regulator providedbyIs theJOrnnIa loC a ph jtician of the high tlapdin wP9 devoted his whole ttidy uf the disr titicfailments w our moth tlc wiFe and daughters It is made strenJit1jtpingiher beenprold d Iyt iiiidly Nature to cure irregularity in the menses LC1roi corrboeii Falling of the Vomb Nerv onsnesS Headache nnd Backache rn htirneistfhcrseif and iii rad Hers IrnaWtagtsIato1 every IT nng woman u to give it a trial A large i bottle will do byd111ggtsts5nd r jtrutItd hto tb idnct The r i I Iaa Ir t p- QjialitY r r rr gtjtiiip tht has established itJ1 11r great and worldrTide reputation r Every housewife Jf wss4c can rely upon it that it makes the breadand biscuit Imore delicious and hqlesome always the y finest that can be baked1n Itlis every way Better to use the work is always certain neverT There are many imitation akin powders made froni alum They may costless per pound but their use bat the cost ofhialtht ROYAL BAKIN3 POWDER CO NEW YORK tory and cursory treatment of the case the Republicans would report adverse Iy to Roberts and then by cracking the memIberan unexpected obstacle was struck Mr Roberts would not testify So the scene was shifted Apperently It was necessary for the committee to go to Utah and Investigate but to go thither meant no doubt too much investiga LIoii4or would it not be necessary to investigate Mr Roberts assertion that Federal appointees of President Mc Kinley are polycamisU and were known to be by the President when lie made the appointments Evidently the committee has no desire to encounter such a condition as is said to exist in the State and so a halt has been called pending the concoction oi another scheme by which the evident intention of the majority to 1e1l1to popular clamor and expel Mr Roberts can be carried through without too flagrant a violation of law and decency Perliais the most notable utterance of John Wanauiaker in bis testimony before the Industrial Commission a da ortwo ago was the statement that lit believe Athat the trust question should be regulated although he seemed to doubt that any regulation would be permanent Naturally enough the great merchant favored the department store although by fqdoinfehe clearly expressed his sympathy with certain kind of trusts But lie beleved that the departmentstores had benefit ted hpjh ftie publifc anti proprietors andso could be depended upon tor remain as permanent factors in the world of business Abillof great interest to publishere of Binall papers was introduced in the House Monday bj Mr Bellamy of North Carolina It proposes that wood pulp used in the manufacture of paper shall be admitted free of duty andre duces import duties on manufactured paper onehalf Tho object of this IB to enable the consumers of paper espe cially printing paper to escape the exao tionofthe International Paper Trurt which has advanced printing papers to such n figure that many publishers must either increase the subscription price or suspend publication A furth ered Vance of 35 per cent is proposedby thrust Mr Bellamys bill was in troduced at the inetaaof county pub libbers in his district It is manifestly in the interest of silL publishers aiid should command united support froni papers Btnpll and large Last winter a committee represent lag nearly all of the metroplitan dailies in the United States called upon Presi dent McKinley and urged that an agree ment putting rood pulp on the free list l o made with the socalled High Joint Canadian Commission then laying to make a treaty of commerce with Jhe United Kfates Thie treaty fell througli and consequently nothing wia done fpr the paper Industries The Pa per TrusVhasgone forward adding bur dens to the consumer and Congress Is asked now to afford relief Mr Bel lamys bill or something in fh at direc tion should interest all publishers There should be no party diveion in such question as the uterestaof all are identical A FrJshtral lilvNcr Will often cause a horrible Burn Scald Cut orBruise Bucklens Araica Salve the best in the world will kill the pain and promptly herd It Cures Old Sores lover Sores Ulcers Bolls Felons Corns nil Skin Eruptioaa Best Pile cuto on earth Only 5cts Ii bqz Cure guaranteeil Sold by Per ry Thqmas jprnggiat i A small boy WM once passing a saloon and seeing a drunken matrlylng iu the gutter iii front Bi It heppeued your tJeiJl2rand said Mister sign out lucre lisa loll down The saloon luau chased the yoimngster lot nearly two squares J Tui Circa Cold ja bett y v Take Laxative Bromo Tableip ul druJWllt8 refund th moueylt u- tslhtocere 25c 1I V Grovemig aature is on each box oct23rfiEHV M Coq e1i1 whose fortune la 8tr mated at f jOpOOOOt has the rcpBtatioi of rj6injf Ihe richefctiwtor la thewend Mr J 8heerSe laIia Mo mVed hh cWlds life by One Minute CoBitSC e Doctors Juki gIveR IfUp todtJtwhl1 croimp oJe W iali ctirj0 foreefdg lfI 1Heb lroiwJti8 4dtbOIItSd IWUf troubles itt ba OWrfarSMMl i i I J I 1111 TO ABOLISH POSTAGE STAMPS English Authorities Experimenting With an Automatic Device From a London Letter English postage authorities are mak ing experiments an automatic letter mailing device which will do away with tho oldstyle stickwithalick post age stamp The new eppartus resem bles a slot machine and is an adaptation of this idea It can bo placed on the street corners or In the postofflces By putting a penny in the slot the Jet ter is thrust into a slot and presto change a dry or ribband stamp puts a stamp on the corner of the letterwhen it can be dropped into the box The Machine cancels the stamp with the date and time of day all at one operation There are different slots for the different denominations of stamps If this machine proves the success which its inventor hopes it will do away with the present mucilaged stampand prove in economical devices for the postal service A Xiglitof Terror Awful anxiety was felt for the widow of the brave General liurnbam of Machias Me when the doctors said she could not live till momingwrites Mrs HLincoinwho attended her that fearful night All thought she must soon die from pneumonia but elio begged for Dr Kings New Discovery saying it had more than once saved her life and had cured her of Consump tion After three small doses she slept easily all niglit 1JtS further usC completely cured ltertTbis marvel otis medicine is guaranteed to curpall Throat Chest and Lung Diseases Only Oeahd1O Trial botlle free at Perry 4 Tliouias drug store 1 It is not generally known that the Soldiers Home nt Washington for Veterans of time regular army and navy was established with money obtained from Mexico after the war with that country Twelve and a half cents is deducted every month from the pay of ivory regular in the army and navy for iliebupportof th Homo Ji I 7 i f f Never expeilmentwith I importantan as the human food economyand Royalwhose experimental One Minute Cough Cure js the best remedy Iover used for coughs And colds It unequalled for whooping cough Children alt like it writes II N Williams Gentrwille In I Never falls It Js the only harmless remedy that gives immediate results Cures coughs colds hoarseness croup pneu monin bronchitis and all tinoat and lung tronbles Its early use prevents consumption Perry Thomas A Florida man has just succeeded in hatching Tin ostrich egg in nn incuba tor This is time first successful effort of the kind In this c Untrr111OUjh1t has often been tried jn California It took 43 days for the bhrt to comb through Now let the Florida man try billiard balls PUTNAM FADELESS DYES produce thefastestand brightest colors oLany known dye stuff Sold by C It Sear cy Waco Ky Thomas Ad ams Panola Ky decGlm One of the Eiigjfeh correspondents in Franbe libheard it 8aIiUbat2QQOO of the best families In France are riyided over the Dreyfus affair as bitterly and completely as only a legacy of no matter how few pounds or a religious dia puto can divide blood relations Miss Annie E Gunning Tyre Mich says 1 Buffered a long time with dyspepsia lost flesh and became very WORk KoJol Gqre com WhAtjyoate njlief in the worse cases PBrry Thomas Basil I of Russia had no nose bar ing lost that valuable member by a sword cut during a fiit jtjtli tho Tar tars lie had tin artificial nose of wcr fastened qn with cement 9aone oe caslop during a court ceromoolRltl o nose dropped ofT to the terror d the German ambassador and his suite VCte Murdock CureCo Atlanta Ga enclosing 2ctarap r4reesmpIe- of Murdock Catarrh Cure or Hylers Dyspepsia Tablets They i Etocure every case of C trrlj or Dyspepsia 26novly O f Uie 60000 popaktioR of Palestine 43000 are Hebrews 9jm are CtiH iiDiI nd 8006 ore Mohwtn Aw who si k9ugl n rieWrItt iaoeiy- are iu authority Ji HOLIDAY EXCURSION RATES VIA SOUTH ERN RAILWAY The Southern Railway has arranged rates of fare and one third for the round trip for theChristmas and New Year Holidays Tickets will be sold by all agents December 22 2321 and 25 also December 3 and January 1st with return limit January 4 1000 For Schools and Colleges Holiday rates will be effective December 15to 21 incluslvefinal limit January 41900 Time special arrangement for students is effective upon certificates from the principals ol schools and colleges For further information jutes etc apply to nearest agent of the Southern Railway or connecting lines W A TURK Gen Pass gt- waahingtonD C War II TAYME Asst Gen Pass Agt Louisville Ky Ten thousand rifles three field gnus and a larfte quantity of Ammunition secreted by Cubans in the district of Holpnin having been discoveredand taken possession of by the Americans It takes but a minute to overcome tickling in the throat and to stop a cough bv the Use of One Minute Cough Cure This remedy qnfckly cures all forms ot throat and lung troubles Harmless and pleasant to take It pre vents consumption A famous specific for effects Perry Thomas The most curious place in the world Is Albainbra jnSpain It was origin ally a fortress JOt great in exlend as to be capable of holding 10000 then It was begun in 148 anil liot finished until 131r LtDES4FOrrOiiefOfWtil2 cI tqr Tansy Tablets Jtojct h their CJgit n gold A safe and certain monthly regulator St a box ilimnocEeLfiiCd 1 nov29 ly J Atlanta Ga The ewiftest railroad train manages to go from Algiers td Biskra a dit tance of 400 miles in 85 hours Senator Tones rhairmab of the Demt raticNatrpnal Committee j has called i meeting of the committee to bo lucid n Washington February 22 next to fix ipon a time anti place for holding tLc Democratic National Convention InPilln III tlto Sack Then probably the kidneys In the QKosl Then probably the lungs In Iho JoIllts Then probably rheumatism No matter where it is nor what kind you need have itno longer It may be an hour a day or a year old it must yield t- oDpAfflCPS Cherry pectoral 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that we also make to order Win dow Shades Wecar ry in stock a large line of cheap and medium quality in many sb des of colors lengths andwidths W411 Paper Winov Sbtdes Picture Frames Paints Oils LargestPrices GB QIM1 V1ltt ING Ii i fOl 1l1J BISEEt uCgMOD vrI a P1C CIJ The Ultra 3501 FOR LADlES lowTne FAD IN Rl BM NDI +44 + 4+ ILLllijlS CEITThAL L snORT LfNE T9 I t t New Crlea IlQc f J q BetBiuto q t AXICANAS TJXLS tf Nq jrrco r AND up9RAvPuUaaaTeja l Sleeing Car ea 1I LotL- stile every Thursday nFgbt ndj runs lhut- osanFriaco Allkr bofloHtfOrpartieutar or wet WLIIFeler1fIrt1lsC 1aaseeerAcr r Free ecmltto Cmnr Cars iLvJue Met an MWOri IF4r A IMtIf1IeIf w AXLI i I cir AQI P t r FURNITURE l Our PricestJ Help You f3 TojctJPMYU- jf3 1Iake oiii values your standard iieedsj1 I Rt SATISFACTION I EJ f3 Is our aim the goods behind r L mol r promise is our living i wItnessIFor anything and everything TIkept in a firstclass Furni E1 ture Store you will find m it at it m W S OLD11AMS- tJi6 SUCCESSOR TO BIGGERSTAFF OLIIIIAMI 6 El UNDERTAKINGI LINE COMPLETE Day Phone 76 Night 136i ITb Soutnern Mutud Inves Dun O OF LEXINGTON KY i4 19853822 Paid in Living Benefits 80smifrUESER YE AJVI SUJiPL ES = PtAD The Eera oi life taance We pay the samo profits to the living that Insurance Com panics pay to tho estates of deceased d Largest profits consistent with safety and conservatism Every precaution for the protection of tho investor For particulars apply to H SMITH BOWMHNSECRETARY LEXINGTON KY MRS A T MILLION LOcatAgcnt Richmond Ky L4 XeKeleI F 7I 7I M ijRE MIETflEiTE Is what you want in preference to all others Reasons getitgives more heat and uses less fueL It is more substantially built and like a hot air furnace It has a large radiatingsur face which circu lates the air rapidly and heats the rooms evenly Itisadoubk heater No dirt from ashes as it is carried away by the patent ash flue It regulatiotl erate The design perfeetm lr outside facili never burtis off and j 1jght tll tit year lQund For sale by- J D B W 1DHT-t 1 MAIN STrtEET RiC1LONDrEt Jreoqai C J IIw Lw T i Print5 hows tlno lh L It r Y f fL Ctt- i j J E r RICtfMONJ C1TJVtAXr dlL i icqAIC C iT I Jf DSrOLTJMi26j RICHMOND MiDIS COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 27 i 1899 NUMBER 30 7 0 17 1w 0 BEPAIRINQ AND TIMKINO VINE WATCHES A SPECIALTY st AH Work Guaranteed 2NDSTREET RICHMOND KY L For Rent 444+ Choice of three good oflice rooms over Doug tdlas SimmonS hard ware store Main St Also very desirable fightroom residence 1 with modern conven r iences GRIGGSBY MDNCET EASTERN KENTUCKY REAL ESTATE AND COLLEC TION AGENCY IL LEE DAVIS Manager Farm Mineral and Timber Lands bought and sold on commission Avounts in and out of the City taken for Collection l Vrite or call on me for further particulars iKI ICKflooin 9 Mobcrley Build in Kirlnnnnil Ky- PROFESSIONAL CARDS ATTORNEYS R E ROBERTS ATTORNEYATIAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY i niliie in Moherlcy Buildln RW MILLER ATTORNKYATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY in the nurnara Building next door to rs National Dank feb31y J 1 SUL ANLI A rroiRju VATLAW KKIIMOND KENTUCKY iiif over Taylor Hardware ptnre np itl Court House ort Mjilnjatiyt tr IL IL llt4l y A T LA 1r IIMOSII r v KENTIIOKY Itiee No 13 Fin SL up staiN 31 30 fc D Mr CI1I5NAUIT iA TTOKfhi i4rrltA IPj HMINII KlCKTUKY life on Second street over Cueii hIs wryJ s W iLCIIER7 A UorneyrtLa w IIMONI r JFIITJCln itiH with Vi JlIiiUI if over uijjtou t Mitpliell T C Lowfb y AuOJtI1Law h r1yKyPSTSICIANS nits niiiSoMQN PHYSICIAN AMj5UKGJSVAt- KiriiuuNii W KENTUCKY oifice in the Joe rcIins building iS and 20 Se- cet Mrni uvr Wmie old Irntore lAS HOoK It IITfCIt Iii WUIU7EO- Nirajwle oiaarit rekriwiry CoUtgt lr nary Dentistry and fetcrillty a Specialty OMceuptairocerfltOrC recently accu 11 by tticlimond Harne Co East Main 8t Eiihmond Ky pr7ly If C J1SJER Jl1IMedicineand Bnrgeryr Oflice Pratlier Ruildfnir Main Street Telephone at residence the CArr place 01 Broadway Hll HMOSD JCgXTgfcgY G W EVANS1rD r joo PHYSICIAN AND SUlicEoNi RICHMOND r KKU JPractitionerRICHMOND r KKNTUCKY- cdOIBce and residence on Second Street L o- JDENrALSUltGE1tT y eat i D1atll tti Q f DEXTI3T OP IouisvjiiBKV rtimenfluItd1ngflctflSnd InOrl7ly J t N s t Dl FRED SMITH =t DEN liST 51 4 ttlatlvj i Dr Lo isn liandl No Bnj West Ninth Street dndnnitl OWtt w II be at the Hotel Ziramcr JUchmondSr on WEDNESDAY DEC is 1899 8it1beacllmonthc mond Kl f lI1i11 o HOLIDAY SECRETS Tell us wlrnl you want in the line of i JEWBLHY DIAMONDS SILVERWARE OK NOVELTIES how mUfh vou wish to pay and WE wfll pluce before you the very object oj your desire That shows the fnnflilehro we haVE in 1tlionihjenes of our tock nnd correctness of our pricps The asOit mentoffartlcltsstlftable for Q e9 15ris very large The store is a vwifnbli Fairyland ol Gold Silver and Pree ni Stones L F J TEAGER kor28t5dStr fUchmoml Ky ep64j IT IS WQ BURDEN wiieri a PIANOordRGAN Is pur cirased ere Ourrystera qf easy paymeiltis nal les0ny ono to teifr a joy th iiiuslc oP y w v 2TccX S sUu r t 1wth9 tprjcii1 i tlWsohSOf n cet8 qccqtJflrt noo these IrSTRU3IBN woudznalc o A tirli lIOTIl1Y 1RESENZ why not come in and Toolratthese specFaipargainSt i lD11GcRU1- flcxENPAGJ1r1m V 6 IcuoDt Ky L DEMOCRATIC TwIrA- NNOUNCEMENT oiL cotriT IUt Wo are anthorited to announce ARCS 5ucjec3toRAYnunNto the action of tho Democratic Party We are authorized to announce D R TEVIS theetlonWe are authorized to announce M M subjectWe areaulhorized to announce JESSE ttoPOE SHEElPF i F g i a i JOtINPWAOERScoutitysubject to the action of the Democratic party l I JOHNmBALLARDSheriff subject to the action of theDemocratlc party tARTINGBNTRYcounty subject to the action of the Democratic party DDROADDUSsubject to the action of the DemocratIc party rca OLDRAMacounty subject to the action of the Demo tratlc party We are authorized to Announce JAS I BAKER a candidate for Assessor of Madison countysubject to the action of the Demo OEOROENOLANDcounty subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce O W DEATHERAQE a candidate for Assessor of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce BUD DUNN of the Glade District a candidate for Assessor subject to the action of the Democratic party FOR JAILER We are authorized to announce JAMES C LACKEY a candidate for Jailer of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce PETER O PABRISU a candidate for Jailer of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce JACK ROSS candidate for Jailer of Madison county for one term only subject to the action of the- Dcmocratlcparty We are authorized to announce P J PERKINS A candidate for Jallor subject to the action of the Democratic party WASHINGTON LETTER There was a disposition on the part ofa certain portion of the press to con nect the visit of Hon Frank Campbell national chairman from New York Elliot Danfortha close friend of Former Senator lull and Norman E Mack prominent editor and leading Democrat of Western New York rto Washington as having been made with a view to nflueiicing the alleged recalcitrant Democrats in Congress from that State wJio it ia stated by the RepnblIr can press had determined to support the Ropublichn currency bill Mr Campbell however disclaimed any such intention and declared that the visit was simply with a view to conferring with National Chairman Jones relative to the campaign of next year Mr Campbell assured the reporter that New YOrk would certainly be found in line for Bryan next year anti that in his talk with Senator Jones the Senator expressed himselfas certain of Demo cratic euccess shYIng that tile outlook for the silver leader was exceedingly ellcouraips Those nndeviatiug advocates of gold standard as tho financial anchor lot every couutrywho declare that without the gold basis there can be no substantial prosperity wdl do well to turn their attention to a recent report on the prosperity of Mexico which P Merrill U ninth United States Consul at Mata mofbsbas niade to time State Department In view of the wellknown fact thatMexico more nearly perhaps ap liroacUcs a silver jstaqdard that any cout1trf of importance lit thfworldi wilLbe wellfojrtljeScoid hugs to ponder over whaCthelg own cosul=gh s to thoworld thruugb the medium of the State Department Ho writes As none of the Latin America countries are experiencing such steady commercial and industrial progress 1 Mejifcotno other offers so mnaity open iiigs to the miner planter capitalist and manufacturer Among the many causes of this progress and activity- may b3 mentioned the natural resources of iiio country the absolute security of life anti property the cheapness of la bor time absence of strikes and other labor distnrbancefiandtha confidence in the strength jind stability of tin government which was so openly excl pUfled by time recent ready negotia tion of 5 per cent loan iri the UnIted States and Europe Had Mr Koberita thrown abomb In to thefBepubiican camp on Capitol Hill lib would not have caused more surprise and con3tefnatbn than he did by Ills point blank rofual to participate iutboKopubliro p plot to deprive him of his seat bvpolng beforo the committee of llinellutl aid tIle members in their jhvestipation It had evidently beeiTall planned that after a perfunc thy ITWomen suffer ing from fenal- etronbles and weakness and from irregular orpainfulmen ses dughl not ta lose hope if doctors cannot help them PJiy islcfens ire so 1Ido not un derstand fully the peculiarail ments and the delicate organism ipf nitiVbat the sufferer oughtto 4ft is tP give nfa BACJFdD L f F nlie Rcgulaftr which is the true cure provided by Nitureior all female troubles Itj- Slt1niJoi nii5ltof a 5hy icjan pf the highest wad devoted his whple life fothctudjr of the disj tmcf ailrnents peeuliartd our moth r ivcsa daughters It is made pin1birbb proicIed byyfikindly Nature to tire Irregularity IIi the menses Lea orrljioB1 Falling if the yVornb Nerv ousness HeajlUchja and Backache- rn irn Whcrself and to- f1e1s Krai Paleislaterjeveryffenng woman Ou to giv a trial A5rge ii bottle will tj3o a wonderful HK ntof good Sold by druggists t eft 41lcalrJun dlr iebcok is 0 ti- 4r 4 r W ci e f i il Qja1ity I it is the high quility oIioyal Bakifig Powder iI i l that has established its rt 2aG Jf v great and worldwidevrr tissii reputation t- J Every house w Jei 2 Hows she can relyk upon it that it makes i the bread and biscuitC moTe delicious and wholesome always the finest that can be baked NeveOr expeilmentwth important article asthe human footle Itj is economy and way better to use the Royal whose work is always certain never experimental There are many imitation baking powders made from alum They may costless pound but their use is at the coot of health ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO NEW YORK tory and cursory treatment of the easel tho Republicans would report Adversely to Roberts and then by cracking the party whip the alleged Mormon mom ber could be expelled forthwith but an unexpected obstacle was struck Mr Roberts would not testify So the scene was shifted Apperently it was necessary for the committee to go to Utah and investigate but to go thither meant no doubt too much investiga- U l for would It not be necessary to Investigate Mr Roberts assertion that federal appointees of President Mc Kinley are polyeamista and were known to be by the President when lie made the Evidently the committee has no desire to encounter such a condition as is said to exist in the State and so a bait has been called pending the concoction ol another scheme by which the evident intention of the majority to yield to popular clamor and expel Mr Roberta can be carried through without too flagrant a violation of law and decency Perhats the most notable utterance of John Wanamaker in his testimony before the Industrial Commission a daj or two ago was the statement that he believed that the trust question should be regulated although he seemed to doubt that any regulation would be permanent Naturally enough the grtatm rchant favored the department store although by doinjrhe clearly expressed his sympathy with certain kind of trusts But he believed that the dcpartmentstores hat beneflt teillxHh the public ami proprietorif anti so Could be depended upon Iff remain as permanent factors in the world of business Abiirlof great interest to publishers of small papers Was introduced in the House Monday by Mr Bellamy of North Carolina It proposes that wood pulp used in the manufacture of paper shall be admitted free of duty andre duces import duties on manufactured paper onehalf The object of tins is to enable the consumers of paper espe cially printing paper to escape the pX cItion of the International Paper Tru which has advanced printing papers to such a figure that many publishers must either increase the subscription price or suspend publication A furth advance of 35 percentis propo8cdby the trust Mr Bellamys bill was in troduced af the inetancoof county pub Iibhers in his district It is manifestly in the interest of all publishers and should command united support from piers email and large Last winter a committee represent ing nearly all of the roetroplitan dailies In the United States called upon Frost dent McKlnley and urged that an agree mont putting wood pulp on the free list be made with the socalled High Joint Canadian Commission thenliy log to make a treaty of commerce with ilie United bEates Thle treaty fell through and consequently nothing WS done fdrtlte industries The Pa per Trusthas gone forward adding bur dens to the consumer and Congress Is asked now to afford relief MrBpf lamya bill or something in fhat direc tion should interest all publishers There should be no party divtsion in such question as the interests of all are identical A FiiehtfaL Uhiadrr Will often cause a horrible Burn Scald Cut orBruise Bucklens Aruica Salve the best in the world will kill the pain and promptly heal it Cures Old Sores Fever Sores Ulcers Boils Felons Corns nil Skin Eruptioas Best Pile cute on earth Only 25 cts a bpx Cure guaranteed Sold hyPer ry Tliomasi Druggist 1 A small boy was once passing a saloon and seeing a drunken rnatilying in the gutter iri front Oi it he ppeaad your the Hoof andsaidIMiSter sign out here has loll down yife saloon man chased the young8t rfbt nearly two squares To Care a fIsh IB iYj Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tiihlet- iAtidruggists refund theiuoiidy Iflt- Iahtocuro E1W Orove 8i aature is on each box Oct256nY M Coquelin whose fortimnoieati mated at fuaWWtbasJhe reputation of being the richest actor In Ihoworid Mr J Sheer Sedajla Mo wHl1m cyids life by One Minute CoagCjirie Doetora had given her up to die CJ9ttpJt infahIlbIocurofreas t4ktisri1po rmenmnbtfs htobfaudtkroat sad lung troskl1si1jjg 1tjJt rryjbast C TO ABOLISH POSTAGE STAMPS English Authorities Experimenting With an Automatic Device f From a London Letter J English postage authorities are mak jug experiments in an automatic letter mailing device which will do away with the oldstyle stickwithalick post age stamp The new eppartus resem bles a slot machine and is an adapta tion of this idea It can be placed on the street corners or in the poatoffices By putting a penny in the slot the letter is thrust into a slot and presto change a dry or rlbband stamp puts a stamp on the corner of the letterwhen it can be dropped into the box The Machine cancels the stamp with the date and time of day all at one operation There are different slots for the different denominations of stamps If tills machine proves the success which its inventor hopes it will do away with the present niucilaged stampand prov- en economical device for the postal service A Sightof Terror Awful anxiety was felt for the widow of the brave General Burnham of Machias Me when the doctors said she could not live tilt moruingwrites Mrs SHLincolnwho attended her that fearrulI hthAU thought sIte must soon die from pneumonia but she beg get for Dr Kings New Discovery saying it had more than once saved her life and bad cured her of Consump tion After three small doses she slept easily all tmighitiindIts further use completely cured herTl1is marvel oils medicine is guaranteed to euro all Throat Chest and Lung Diseases Only 60c and Si 00 Trial bottle free at Perry Tbbuias drug store 1 It is not generally known that the Washington for vet- eranS of the regular army and navy was established with money obtained from Mexico aftertime war with that country Twelve and a half cents is deducted every month from the pay of very regular in time army and navy for the bupport ot theHome One Minute Cpugh Cure is the best remedy 1tlver used for coughs and colds It isnnequalled for whooping cough Children alt like it writes Williams Gentrrville Ini Never rails It is the only harmless remedy that gives immediate results Cures coughs colds hoarseness croup pneu monia bronchitis and all thtoat and tutig troubles Its eartv use prevents consumption Perry tThomas A Forida mad has just succeeded in hatching an ostrich egg In an incuba tor This is time first successful effort of the kind In thiscountrythoushit has ortenbentrie1in California Ittook 43 days for the bird tome through Now lot the Florida man try billiard balls t T t d an H every appointments SoidiersHoment PUTNAM FADELESS DYES produce thefastestand fanyknowndye cy Waco Ky Thomas Ad ams Panola Ky dee6lni One of the English orregpondents in- Fra 11U1 lienrd it said that 20000 of the best families in France are divided over the Dreyfus nfTair us bitterly and completely as only a legacy of no matter bow few pounds or a religious dim pute can divide blood relations Miss Aurijo E Gunning Tyre Mich ays U BuilereU A long time with dyspepsia lost flesh and became very weak Koilol Dysncjisia Cqire cow pletely cured me1tdiglsts what you eat and cures alt forms of etonwch trouble It never alle to givehn mEld i ate relief in tho worse c aea Jrry Titornas r Basil I of Russia had no nose bar lug lost that valuable member by a sword cut during a fjRl t Hi hthe Tar tars He bad an artificial of wax fMtenedon with cement osOBCoo caale daring a court cerornonilihcn- ose off to the terror ol the Siraiknambassdrjor and bis saJter 3Vite Murdock G reC Atlanta Ga I enclosing 2cparqp w1reemmpie of Murdock Catarrh Cure or Hylera Dyspepsia Tablets They Jlro ell to cureevery case of Catarfli or Dy spefwia SOaovly Of the 60000 population of Ptestin 43000 are Hebrews 9099 ars C4niranii and 8000 are XomRlMHJwbeII thqpKneiea14y a the siIyinahoKv u p HOLIDAY EXCURSION RATES VIA SOUTH ERN RAILWAY The Sonthnrn Railway has arranged rates of fare and one third for the round trip for the Christmas and New Year Holidays Tickets will bo sold by all agents December 22 23 24 and 23 also December 31 and January 1st with return limit January Ij 1000 For Schools and Colleges Holiday rates will be effective December loto 21 inclusiveflnal limit January 41900 The special arrangement for students is effective upon certificates from the principals of schools and colleges For further information rates etc apply to nearest agent of the Southern Railway of conne ting lines W A TuRK Gen Pass Agt WashingtonFD C VM H TAYIA E Asst Geu Pass Agt Louisville Ky Ten thousand rifles three field guns anda large quantityof ammunition secreted by Cubans in the district of Holgnin having been discovered and taken possession of by the Americans It takes but a minute to overcome tickling in the throat and to stop a cough bv time use of One Minute Cough Cure This remedy quickly cnres all forms ot throat troubles Harmless and pleasant to take It pre vents consumption A famous specific for eQects Perry Thomas Time moat curious place In the world is AlLiambrn inSpaip Itjvasvpnjgih ally a fortress great III extend a9to be capable of holding 40000 men It was begun in 148 and Lint finisheduntil iI4 Lii1EsFiWrelefot vginciter7t- er Tansy Tablets rcoarl IM their l n gold A safe and certalu monthly regulator 1 a box M JtliiGW nov29 ly Atlanta Ga The swiftest railroad train manage to go from Aigiershi Biskra a dii tacce of 400iniles in 86 hours Senator Jones chairman of tbeDemc cratic National Committee has called a meetingot the committee tobe held in Washington Febrnary 22 next to fix npon a time and place for holding tie Democratic National Convention luPoln In tho Sack Then probably the kidneys lit thaPhcsfThen probably the lungs in tho JoIltts SThen probably rheumatism No matter where it is nor what kind yoa need lmaveitno longer It may be an hour a or a year old it must yield t- oAllers Cherry PeClorOI PlusierImmediately Ityos feL its soothingrMisg sbeagtb eking power It quiets cMgeatiov draws oil Infiammatioiu U is a new tester AJcw cubiastios ot W 1lIother plaster TheTricmph cf X dqri Xedcal Ieufe ThoPexected Frolnetofri VaUer roiL f4perrul i laral a treat eaVoflliht a- haz lug aff ctio Placed over the steeck JflWjl- na ndmuidsg ever bweT RcoWbW CNlIIp as eeii liscedever IMsmall ot tiw kJ- t1remose tl tkH iseis th- iiiIacys MI tlTstreati FOrul1 r J c Aye Co j K ti f K Tie Mug Specialists of America 20 YEARS IN OHIO 250000 CURED WECURE EMISSIONS j Nothing can is more demoraliiiug young or middbmacet men than the pres rhcrvtOdvcosyuiitomniThey k fllife lad socIal happine o matter I whether caused by nil habits in youth natural iceakuencor rezualexeesse our Hew Method Treatment will positively coreyotu NOCURENOPAYs Earlyobaeorlater J 1arerounjt 3Ian You nre tale feeble 1eltbltho blight of your existence WE CURE VARICOCELE l maybeorlroWlnMiW U1llOU r1t1ATslkNT bill 4theirsexual organs receive proper nourish ment The organs become vitalized all nnnatuml drains or loves ceue and manly loOerS return No temporary I benefit but J Permanent cure 53ItedINO JUKK NO OPKRA TtON NECKSSAUY NO DETEN TJOV FilOJl BUSINESS CURES GUARANTEED- We treat ami cute SYPHILIS 1LEET KMISIONS UIIOTENCY iTItlCfUiLI vAltIcOCILE SiMl- NAb JOSE mODElt AND Kill NUY disease CONSULTATION FKEK nooKS FKEE CUARQES MODERATE I f unable to call write 110METDRS KENNEDY KERGAN 122 W FOURTH ST CINCINNATI O 1gfi K PWTURE j FRAMING I SASSAkSAASl Wearereceiv ing daily our new of Art Picture Fram ing and Fram ing Materials in all the new- estt colors andtTTT TTTTdesigns 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 arc simply the only people in city correctly fixed for the Picture Framing business when you call and inspect our stock you will certainly give us credit with not overstating the facts We have in stock Special Picture Glass D T line this forget that we also make to order Win dow Shades Wecar ry in stock a large line of cheap and medium quality in many shades of colors lengths and widths J Wall Paper Window Shades Picture Frames Paints Oils LargestPrices B oI M1IttI t i ffiiUEIBEET J Iiin icrP1 Ft ZtD a0CtJ The Ultra 350I Fall LADIES lowTheFADlN Rl UMQN UQIa CBNTRAL 7 S1IOI1LTNETO N ewj OrIeafl8- J 1 l Besttrin to f v r Jr ABKANzS tNriuXI crt l AND QflFORAh Pu1tmulciris4 B8 Car leaves IomL i tbrouitoA V tj tel adM Soc particulars of tnJ AgerLosIerflleFree 11teC1JhHI let OOass AUt NMSI 11MD IA C ra4 P4 n- t 11 i FURNITURE u I 1 ILnilttj Ur flCeS 1 1TflE ItpJjrijjIvIII ti IIake 6 will fifll every y needs iII I dayevery IIt 1 1 jRIQgs IhATISFACTIONLT = iuilrw i i 1iol1 promise is our living 11I ii I LIIl3Ikept in a firstclass Purni iture Store you will find M m it at Ij w j S OLDIIAMSj F3 SUCCESSOR TO BIGQERSTAFF OLD1IAM j UNDERTAKING j LINE COMPLETE ItmDay Phone 76 Night 136a MI otg Mti1vatrnct Q OF LEXINGTON KY J J 19853822 Paid inLiijng Benefits I SUJLPLUBr1 JrJN1111hc Insfu ol lib Insurance I g 4tSjit Largest profits consistent with safety and conservatism I r i Every precaution for the protection of the investor For particulars apply to jiLgA = SMITH BOWMI3N rN SECRETARY LEXINGTON KY f Af i MltS A T MILLION Local Agent RIchmond Ky ArIspreference to all others Reasonsawhy you should get it and no other It f gives more heat and uses less fuel It is t more substantially i built and like a hot air furnace It has alargeradiatingsur V f ewhicll circu lates the air rapidly 7Fand heats the rooms evenly Itisadouble heater No dirt from ashes as it is carried away by the patent ash flue It has perfect regula e tioii and easy to op erate The design yof the stove is per feet The blackinc Ih Jit jh OUtside facing never burns off and is tI biiglit nil tlc rar1Quhd For sale by A Mil W m RD i Um It te t 9MAINSEBEEX B1C11MONb Kj It- +++4 +++++++ a tkJisIn rT2WL Ti1IrJ t tf j 0 4j Jtt tf t Pr l1tShowstJnovJh H The Richmond Climax J 0 C ENAULTProprletor- A D MILLEE Business Manager O E WOODS Editor WEDNESDAY DEC 27 1899 ruuciauicu xviry WRDXICSDAT BY The Climax Printing Co IUICK PKU YEAU plSO TiiuCuMix illllit of the exchanges of Central Koiuickv tint rcpr seiiied V S Futi hir tibuii uncouth uiic liiircil Kid iiitsllt Anurnuy Jeiittnil and we Bliuil y th1Inlllll If tli t Stanford lleuioiat will publish bonie tocpuri ItriUbiiian tfflininiiy uu hat biiliject e ill oiipply same on receipt ul re q iuitFORMEIIOiIILIJI of tliH Uisrmtch lion 1 A J iiIie Iitis nniiuiiiiced that lie wilt make tin race rr Connives in the Eighth UoiigienixiiHl district of Ten nussire Mr Kiil e i a truelihie Hem ocrat and a siiuii t mini and has served in Congress before He is related to tho Humes in Uichwond through Mrs Wilson of Washington City STEVENS ISSTKOTE is the latest beneficiary of Andrew Carnegies munific ence President Henry Morton of tlzatfanousteclinoIgic11InstitLtonsfltwunced hal agreed to give 30000 toward the payment for the construction of a new engineering laboratory as an adjunct to the institute in Hoboken N J The new building will be begun immediately FORMEK Vice 1restdent Stevenson sajs he thinks the question of imperial ism a one will be an issue between the parties next year The antitrust issue would also be con spicuous he thought and the silver question in likely to Us to the front ngtiu Mr Stevensons daughter is the wife of Ilev Martin lianlm son of Hon P Watt Hardin of llarndtburg Huniuii fur oM Garrard Gol bless your old soul Jivury Democrat in that good county should jw home hug his wife anti kiss the babies for Will Ray heat the redheaded peckerwood Lewis Walker Mt Vornoii Signal Anti yet Walker is lOnl sting Rays election In Madison the Republicans are cusbin Mr Coinb for doing exactly what their nmn Walker in Garrard is doing Its another caie of oxgoring TJIBHB ate 2700 Chicago platform DemocratH in Madion county wio op pose a fiiiiincial HVHtem that j con structed with the palpable design to benefit the moneylenders instead of the tolling wcalthpio being millionr Recently 50 million dollars of U S Bonds lirawilig1ir cent were ex changed by tuft Secretary of the Treat airy for WYJOOOO doHais which was at ones deposited with an Eastern bank huts the batik was drawing a large per cent on its bond investment and was Riven free thu use of millions of the peoples money In this a policy worthy to bo continued in operation Democrats of the Chicago platform stripe say not LOOKING back can any sane man doubt the wisdom of those who desired to amend the treaty and to deal with time Philippine Islands as we did with Cubit to compel Spain to renounce her sovereignty j to keep offnil foreign nation and to ii the islanders in establishing their own government ae conliii totlittU own dial 17 Wlien the Ili idenl said toni hlt annexation accouihiimg to our Amen ism ciHle of m ralc w uld le criminal aggieniuii WillS dui rojtjieihuail Was lio iilli Yil lo ile fliV Waiiijthea UiipublicHii Uo itne fvr an utter ahoe to calculate i give courage to Asriiualilo aril his OIIls IhatV As to our f iture attitude t ward the Filipinos Semitoi Hoar writes 1h time has come to make up your minds If you are to declare that you do nut uieai to subjugate them or to enclave them that you will act toward hem on tile princi ipleaminil in thofpirit of your owi iltuuranit lor independence the war lan hi eime in an hour he refusil tl m kB this Uclaration in time beginning broughtoii this warand your refustil now to declare yourselves is what is aiotie responsible for itacon t in lieu Now we have got to settle the ques tion tho President has repeated ly declared is for Congressorfor the pee ple Uielhorwe will complete the sub jnction of the Filipinos whether we will undertake to govern them as subjects or wjrfs or whether we will aid them to become a selfgoverning nationeither as a a reppblic as they seem to desire or as a limited monarchy like Japan or whether they shall exist hereafter as an absolute monarchy after the fashion in which we are in power to day the Sultan of tulu with lila slaves and his harem cIBoverCo1 LEXINGTON K- yReady Yes7 Maam It is till here Ihu greatest west ftiipjBfidbi3 display we havtfevir attempted Our Immense store is crowded to the Unfit with lie choicest of gifts c WHiT TO GIVE A MAN You know thats a hard one Ilut youllfiml hundreds of things icic- WORTH CONSIDERING Th newness the variety the r comfort of shopping the quick service the courteous attention DONT WAIT until the big rush is on C03IE NOW AND SEE OUR 25c China Table QOR 25c oOc 1 Pictures OUR 50c 75c and f1 Silver Novelties OUR Ladles Desks Book- Case Clmia and Rockers J CIF8rowerEOi iLAIN AND BBOADWAy LEXINGTON KY Mtt l3- yk Ti THE Hoard of Election Commissioners met Saturday and canvassed the returns in the recent Seventh District Congressional race The certificate was issued to time Hon June W Gayle The vote as canvassed is as foHowt County Gavle Ow- eiwFranklin2022 1275 Scott 18JB 1591 Fayette 271 t 275S Owen 1CS6 744 Oldham 610 347 WKxUoid 1 058 1027 HonrlHiu i 18a5 1552 henry 1757 207 Totals 14637 KGO- lUnyles ropj rity 4136 IP wi uIslro that crimiiials bear the full extentof the law we iiMittt cuafu Migniim petitions fr their liberation Tlio e wlidaies free to pnnn critirlnm upon the Jiivtriior itulhpitimp anti think and pate time blauie where it rests with the petitioners the judges attorney jurors and the negro who was shot 1autxgraph- As a KMwral proposition the above Is inc HlIttihl correct and is endorsed with thu slight exception taken to the iHlitical aspect given ti the iardon iu this inntanre granted as it was the lay proceeding an devil ill nut we cordially juin the Pantagranh in a crusade up in the reckless signing of petitions fur pardon Nothing is more subver sive of public weal than the thought oaprJicationsshould be stopped progressbetweenthe authorship of the gold plank in the Republican platform of 1S9C lIr Knhlsaat who has a newspaper in Chicago claims he is the author and attempts to make good the claim by the testimony of Senator Hanna Guy Merriam6enator Proctor and others Senator Foraker of Ohio will not admit this claim and charges that Kohl saat had nothing to do with the fram- Ing of the gold plank and was not in strumental in inducing President Mc Kinley to stand upon it It is well known that the uncertainty of the Presidents position on the money ques thin lust before the convention assem bled was the cause of muchccomment all over time land and before this tColdsaatForaker controversy ends some Interesting developments concern ing the Presidents change of mind may be developed WE should like to eee Lawrenceburg spciiro a Government Uuilding as the county of Anderron is to the revenue receipts of this district what the hub is to time wheel ol a wagon more than half We suggest that the city offer a site free to the Government and put all hands to work to jet the hut through Congress The Anderson News prints a card from Citizen from which this potential argument is taken STATISTICS show that Anderson county pays every year more than half of time revenue for time whole Eighth district and yet time ofllcers at Law renceburj are compelled to put up with such rooms as can bo rented from pri villA persons Other towns and cities which do not pay anything like the revenue that is collected here every year have their handsome buildings erected by the irovprnraent costing all the way from 50 000 to 150000 No one will pretend that Matlignu county rivals Anderson in the matter of col lections and yet she hiss her building cotting time government as the writer informed about 100000 maul these splendid offices to day are standing tenantless and deserted except for the pnstoulce and a stamp deputy while tho office of the Collector has been re moved to Danville Aicording to tho resolution of inter vention time people of Cuba are and of right ought to be fret according to the President theory the Filipinos are and of right ought to be subjects When did Providence pointout this ills tinction between the rights of the Cu bans and tho rights of the Filiplnob lIut wo hold the PhilippIne Islands permanently because IJuwev destroyed a Spanish fleet at Manila Scldey de stroyed a bpanish fleet Santingoaud yet time President promised the Cubans independence Must we remain per naneiiily iu the Philippines bfcause Americjiii blood was shoo there Ameri can blood was sbe l at Sun Juan Hill and at El Caney and et the President promised independence to the Cubans Must we hold the Philippine Islamlr permaiiently because the Anieriran hag has bHn raised over them The Anierliin flair was raised over Havana It of January last and yet the 1iemdeiit has promised to haul it down as BOOU as the flag of a Cuban republic is ready to rise in its place Must we hold the Philippine Islands perman ently because time people are not cap able of selfgovernment Admiral Dewey in communicating with our Government asserted that the Fili pines are far more capable of selfgov ernment than the Cubans and yet the independenceto PERSONAL Miss Carlisle Walker is at home for the Holidays IllisMr C E Woods spent Friday and Saturday at Nashville Miss Lila Taylor is visiting Miss Tommie Davis at Nlcholasville spentChristmas upfromspentChristmas JrlHroGentry Lexingtonspent familyItemiiichanl Gentry If Nashville Tenn is spending Christmas hero with his parents Miss Fan Watts attended time L C Loc1geLexingtonlast Miss Bethenia McCord of Hamil ton College Lexington isat home for the Holidays Misses Carlisle and Eleanor Chenatili are at home from an Eastern school for the Holidays Miss Sallie Frazier of Lawrenceburg JisterMrsMrs Dan Allle Carrier neo Corneli eon left last week to join her husband at Bristol Tennessee Mr EdS Prather and family have removed from Elllston to their new purchase on Laurel street Cards are issued to a reception to morrow 2 to 5 pm at Mrs WB Smiths on the Summit Mis Lizzie Hisle issued 125 invita timeBigBristolTeenpromising and worthy young man sonMastet t week on a visit to Mrs D G Martin Miss Annie Prezee in at Danville on AllenKenneytheir near relatives The friends t f Miss Amelia Mil ward yestordayville Lexington Herald Mr and Mrs Leo Gurnm of Estill attended the lUccNorris wedding and are upending Christmas with their parents Mrs Margaret ShifOet a Mr V R Breck and bride who were married at Valley View this rooming returnhomnDec 20- 3tits Katie Smith and Messrs C W Tribble Loufe Thompson and rH SbelhydlleMay Escott Judge JCpheBnlhVaa Vn MIddle borough last week a car load of Brush Creek coat for the purpefrg el i tIf IINecessity is the Mother ofInvention It was tile necessity for an honest reliable blood purifier and tonic that brought into existence Hoods Sarsapa rilla Itis a highly concen trated extract prepared by a combination proportion and process peculiar to itselfand giving to Hoods Sarsaparilla unequalled curative power us wonderfutrecord of cures has made it Americans Greatest Heine Rosy Cheeks 1I have good health and rosy cheeks thanks to Hoods SarsapariZta It tntSds me vp and saves doctor buffs Mary A Burke East Qair St Indianapolis 2nd Xds 8i2i4j Hood Pills evre Urer till the nonlrrtutlnr and only cathartic to take with Hood Hanapaiu having some coked at the noted Ming Coke Ovens Mr W F Booker and son Mr Ned Booker and Mr Shirby Bowen of Ixiuisvillo are here to attend the burial of the first nameds brother J Lewis Booker For a handsome calendar the Pan vile Planing Mill has our thanks The proprietors wife Miss Mary Smith Walden is a sister of Mr J W Smith ot this city Rev T S Hubert was here a few moments yesterday Says ho Is in tile midst of a big meeting at Lawrenceburg meeting with marked success many additions having resulted already Miss Susanne Grigsby and her broth er Mr Hart Grigsby of Washington have cone to Woodford county to spend Christmas with the HUlilphreys- at Snumers Forest Lexington cr Miss Nettie Smith of Danvjjlo is spending the holidays here She is still we believe official stenographer to the Collector of this district a posi lion she lies filled with great satisfaction for about eight years Mr James T and Mrs BOg are out from Madison county the guests of Mr and Mrs R A Sparks Mr Bocgs will survey for W J Sparks t Co the land they recently purchased in Laurel county Livingston Colonel Miss Mary Mathews of Ashland is spending the holidays with her nephew MrGeo Corzelius at the Hotel Glyn don She in the same gentle kind Christian lady that won the hearts of all while she was a resident of this city lIon C J Bronston left yesterday for a business trip to New York City Ho was accompanied by Mrs nrbllstunandI they will spend time Mrs Henrietta Bronston of Richmond Ky is with the family on Second street during the absence of Mr and Mrs ron6tonILexington Leader 2let Invitations have been received to the marriage of Mr Win Pratt Boone and Miss Ethel Maude Tyor January 3 1JOO at Cuthbert Go The bride tobe who is the eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs John Tyer of Leban spout the winter in Richmond about three yours since and is kindly remem duringherThe engHgemcnt is announced of Mr Tom Chenuult of this county and Mist Ware of Georgetown the wed thug to take place on tho 10th of Janu ary Mr Cheuault has a large connection of relatives and fiiemls in both thus comity mid Madison who join in congratulations Miss Waieisa charming and lovely younc lady and is tulle popular l xington Herald 24th Miss Belle Bennett who returned home about ten days ago from a South ern trip spent several days with Mrs Lizzie While Kant at Spartanbnrg S 0 who Miss Bennett says is now en joying the best health she has known in yeais Mrs Pants residence is one of the handsomest in tie State is sltua ted in the center of a ant e0l11ptis1Inthe city Her son Claiborne White Fantis now about fifteen years old is a- very bright lad and is a great source of comfort to his mother Here is a neat little fourbarreled conundrum that will entertain the CLI fAX readers What character is therein the Bible who possesses no name who suffered death in different form from any inflicted before cr since that time a portion of whose shroud is in every household and tho cause of whose death has been made famous by a modern author Eh Is it too hard as Dan Dougherty says Give It up Au easy little thing like that Pshaw Well its Lots wife She pnssaes no throughbeingtffevery household and Edward Bel lamy wrote Looking Backwards Mrs Curtis FBurnam returned home on Saturday from Frankfort where she JudgeAmanydistiugultlhetstay at time Capitol and was Designated as time Mother of the Senate as her husband our Senatorelect Hon C F Bnrnnm now in his eightieth year will be the oldest member of that an gust body Mrs Burnam spent her first Thanksgiving from home in more than 50 years passing the day with her son lion Jas K Burnam on Silver Creek She is in the best of health and is a charming companlun to old and young The bride spoken of below Is a cousin MaryPattleand Mrs Patlie Miss Lizzie Pattie niece of Miss Pattie Superin tendent of Franklin County Public Schools was married to Mr J 8 Glan ton a prominent young business man of Frankfort on Wednesday After the ceremony the happy couple came to Lexington registering at tho Phoenix They spent today visiting haunts of interest especially Kentucky Uuiver city where they have friends attending school They leave this evening to visit friends at Richmond The bride is one of Franklins prettiest and most popular young women A host of happylife RELIGIOUS atMtoclock Everybody invited The ladles of the First Presbyterian ThmurslayinDr W IIBartlett who has been yearsLexington Rev Gilbert Glass of Somerset the new pastor of the Rroadivcll Presbyter ian church will hold his first services CourirHevcounty where he lived until recently mewfieldMATR1EDP0WE- uAIUOUKLEYJosoph Powell th progressive IKed House merchant and Miss Tltlln Hllcrllflpv one nf the prettiest girls in the lon h and breadth ot Madison eremarrled on Decem groombest athighMr F P Smith and Mias Pearl Death erage were united la marriage leaving at once for bridal trip which will con dude at Hoopeston Illinois where Timegroomisof time prize lie he won HIs bride is 1JrsjG r Lexington Leader thus tells of anur orlso weddin of a wellknown young hNicholasvilleDeepretty yotin1riamid Victor Beck of Valley Vow were here last night route to xinKtonthent on matrimony Mies IHchanlson is the daughter of groomtobeciiant This young couple arrived heron Monday afternoon and secured a pialiedbvistcreil an man and wife at the PhOui BIRTHS EiarmxTI uimo ifrt nf C E EiuriiiiH n nAfir Ulitu on Diwui bur iiII II pound girl lrlit O limis is Priuter Gior WhitHH ninth cr iil child and lie wis no pritulut his XIi as present as if tie had sa up four gajleysof brevier type wllhont nil rror DEATHS BuoAnnmssLutlmer Broaddus eldest son of lleub n Broaddus fornnrly a 1iSunday night and was buried nn Mmu day Deceased was about 24 years old was a straightforward and industrious young man The Methodists Deserve Praise For bringing Ralph Bingham to Richmond time indies of tile Methodist portionand were captivated by lila exhibition last Tuesday night Jtinghatn is a wonder he can do all things well He sparkles with charming wit that readoJsDeacou Sam Scotts sallies stole fiat amid uniaugimabii He sings with ease and dances with magic aid that highly emotional legs can lend His antics are those of the comic Willothe that led his listeners into manya pitfallof fun and frolic Whether reciting reading or singing ho fulfills time injunction of Demosthenes in so far us action action action is concerned Without doubt ICalph liingham is a live wire amonj time leading platform entertain ers His jitlity bubbles over juntas the Pap stews out of the maples III the spring time His lady lovemaking is of the audacious exubea It ttvle that finds variety only III time quintessence of kisses and in the rapturous embrace that is as a pot of honey to his heart In the bridge scene Ida drunkenness is of a sort rarely seen on the stags He is an adept in the high art of drunken perambulation and tipsy gymnastics As Will b Hays fat negro woman he gives an entertaining lesson in the flexibility of bone and the pliability of mus cle He has a good voice and does equally as well the serious as tho comic part of his entertainment Ho is a SUCCESS Mrs W S Oldham played lila accom paniments faultlessly and to the writer gratification obliging as our favorite local canta trice One Acre Crops Of Interest to Farmers On the list of CLMIAX exchanges is that rabid Republican paper the New York Sun which is full of good read ing barring its mean politics Here is a clipping from its columns taken from the Galveston Texas News If Kentucky farmers can beat it let ushear of m at once An acre in this country contains 43 560 square feet or 160 square rods You will not miss it far if you make the patch 69 yards 5 inches wide and 70 yards long An acre is not a vast field and may not have a Klondike on it but it may have in it something of great value The record of one acre crops is of sufficient importance to warrant reproduction J B Drake South Carolina 255J bu corn Mr Sneljing South Carolina 10 bu cornDr Parker South Carolina 200 bu corn J Y Carmichael Georgia 121 bu cornW L Peek Georgia 200 bu corn J R McCullum Georgia 116 bn corn Jl H Hardaway Georgia 119 bu corn Dr Wylie Lancaster county South Carolina 170 bu oats R A Johnson Georgia Itil buOats- J B Ilonnlcut Georgia 109J buoats JJ Dennis Georgia 102J bu oats J F Madden Georgia 147 bn oats S W Leak Georgia 40J bu wheat- A J Lane Georgia 42 bu wheat Dr K Moody Gcorgls 13U53 lbs Bermuda hay one cutting poundsBermudaJ H Mattox Clinch county Georgia potatoesJ bu turnips eiiojustrather than JoJlor tlfe old plaa of- shwfngJl1st how many acres they are to plant and partially cultivate highclassTheir Side of II hereunder is the report of the recent meeting of the United Daughters of the Confederacy held in Richmond clipped from their official organ The Lost Cause edited by Mrs Basil W Duke and Miss Florence Barlow The third annual meeting of the Daughters of the 1onfederacy Ken tuckv division was at Richmond Ky November 23 and continued two days Time meeting was inaugurated by a beautiful breakfast given by Miss Lloyd principal of the Madison Fe male Institute Thursday morning Miss Lloyd charming and gracious manner Some halfdozen toasts wore responded to by theladisf wjtConlederateJOnwweresung and a or that only those who feel can express In the evening a reception was ten chapterillFemale Institute when all were given an opportunity to meet and know each is a way An elegant supper was served after VanderbiltUniversity tive manner an extract from Thomas NaisGawge forKotforhad elapsedsince such scenes warp en acted and every face In the room beamed with expressjons of love and pleasure at living over again time sweet old days of the past that are ho more Time recitation was applauded for soy oral minutes Ieelthgityasgood tIitouslIthfState President presiding with LertjSs ual dignity grace and ability r An adQresrf of cordial welcome was given b MrsG DChepault the- Eresidentof Jbe local Ue spondedf tbi4tf HHieloueritshortSd dress by Mrs Basil Duke loJlbwedTlby a few wellchosen words from Mlsa Florence Barlonv Reports were given by the various State officers which were lull fencourageinent showing the t91SbUtICt newchapter8bespeaksforthme1reaident duty faithfully performed tlltJIMorianfrom Aks NOrborn of the Vented crate Literary Memorial and Historical Committee Reports were read from the various chanterB 8liovring a great deal f real tiDijlfedhyt1JePresident y A report from the chairman of HIs- torical Hall Committee Mrs 38 D PottBVM read Her addreau wife one uleresttoucliTnglarl InLexIujkk4tgn c ateo Clle enu- meraid mauir relkcs ia her own po1- It a 1 11 ifjIDvalunbleVFlin lIuildi1g othis hail is an enter rinse vorvdear to every ConjIerate- Mtl on l which nirshould t nttllcsebe preserved to time future historian and generations as object Ictison Note were read from the national meeting by Mrs Florence Barlow bear- Ing upon the duties of ji ml of interest- t the tatetneetimwEonieof time more important1 DeIll thu building of the IpUefson Davis inuntimciit the organl wng of cliHlrenVchflpters xeiinlarHhips tr fjrTHncfClwiU1 i ts of hi ds at hospitals for Confederate sol lieis iiinl building houses for veterans All f the Slate ollliprs were reelect ed hit the ei siiitii ear snvealtide glues haying mnns t lieautiml tiiiiitcs of kivt amid vRititu ie to Hit ir iKptiugnifh e l President Aim Risij W Hlke who presided with suchgrail iou igiiuymu- priia iiy and wisdom i Uetr most ehhi cent Setretary Mis VK Grant whose duties thought a work of Idvel mire laborious and extensive Miss Jones UecordiiiK Ketrretary for her untiring and faitlifull attention to detail Mrs Mitchell thin Treasurertxhmo guards the financial intensts with a zealous came Mrs Hen Hardin Helm frr her ever watchful vigilance in eel ilectlmcall that is obtainable for the archives of Confederate records A rare treat was reserved until the last consisting of a magnificent ad dress by Mrs A M IeXr ington the accomplished dauehter of Gen Withers Mrs Harrison isamost delightful and finished speaker and dwelt largely upon time necessityof truthful history being down to future generations and intimating that tho just historian was not yet born as It was almost impossiule for one of the present generation to write impartially Mrs Harrison showed a thoronch knowledge of her subject and that she was familiar with itjfrom every stand point Her address was replete with wise judgment and sound truths and will be published in the December is sue of The Lost Cause Resolutions of thanks to the citizens of Richmond for their were passed after which theyudjouroelI to meet in Winchester next November BALDWIN Born to tho wife of ElzioPerkins on the 16th a boy W S Sowers was In Nichdlasville Tuesday on business W T Tudor is recovering after an ill ness of several weeks W S Sowers went to Louisville Sat urday to sell his tobacco Woodson Masters has just completed a nice addition to life dwelling house Hays Stocker is erecting a dwelling and store house in the bark woods William Carity and wife of Logana visited the family of S C Sohns Satur day Martin Shifllct and Bert Harvoy have returned from Uloomington III after an absence of one year The price of turkeys took a drop So did the number of good timings the thrifty housewife was going tobuy About twentyfive Democrats who did not get to vote in the last election were summonsed to Richmond Tues day to appear in the CombsHarris con test PAINT LIGK thQWhiteRev W L Howes preached at Wal nutta Sunday Dr C S Holton visited in our midst jast week spentMondayMr Willis Adams has gone to Okla coma in search of a new home Mr Gilbert Maspn an I wife will shortly remove to their new home near Harris Station Natural gas conveyed in bamboo tubes was utilized in China years ego i Flowery speakorsdo not always get the bequets Beware of Ointments for Catarrh flint Conlain Mercury as mercury will surely destroy the sense of smell and completely derange the whole system when entering it thrpugh the mucous surface Such articles should never be used except on physichansfold to time good you cau possibly de rive from them Halls Catarrh Cur- emanimfaetudJy FJ CJieny kCo o contains no mercury and is taken internally acting directly upon the blood anti mucous surfaces of the system In buying Halls Catarrh Cure be sure you get time genuine It is taken internally and made in Toledo Ohio by F J Cheney k Co Testi monials free Sold by Drucgist8price 75c per bottle Halls Family Pills are the best 1m UL1C RENTING As administrator of James W Garrison and agent Jor the heirs of said Garrison on the premises between the hours 01 lQ a nand 12m rent on- SATURDAY JAN 6 1900 to the highest and best bidder fortyfour acres of land for the year 1900 This laud U located on Galloways Creek about one mile west of the lioonesboro pike and adjoins the lands of S O Royce and John Simpson There is s fair residence en the property with two rooms above and two below There will be about five acre of bottonfland to go in corn the rett to be cultivated in oats The renters wilt be required to execute a negotiable note with good security J D DOZIER agentfor WARIIG T Q BijITBR SIrs Ellen V Gibson hereby notlfles the public that she will not tolerate hunters on her farm Any person caught on the premises with law a gun will prosecuted to the full extent of the o lYrnFor Sale or Enl Haying decided to quit business on account of my health I wilt sell pr rent my Coal Yard situated on Orchard Street and running back to L k N railroad For particulars apply at residence or coal yard deciJiw jj M SARBBE IWEC1V8F C0UKSE when Laundered by the Richmond Steam Laundry simply because we understand ourIujues1and do the right thing for our customers f Fiie LaudryWik ia worth much but costs little when done by as We can and will giveron SATISFACTION no iHAler how exacting you may be FOBTHE FAIB SBX we Sve pedal facilHIcs foflne work sciia STEAl Ui- rh l fer nl a- ruiioiie s Salo f 7t tlcoSaInfamraiustAnn D By virtue of a Judgment and Order of sale of the Madison Circuit Court rendered at the December Term thereof 1899 in the above stylo cause the undersigned will on WEDNESDAY JAN 3 1900 DetweW tIme hours of iOoc curntind 1 nciock p m on the premises hereinafter described In SXS4ison county Ky proceed to expose to public sale to thehlghetbidcler the following escribed property via lylngarmdbeingof Tatcs Creek containing 60 acres more or less and adjoining the land sold to Watts A Walker Wm M Irvine G J Whites land and the land ot DIckerson c The laud Is sold to satisfy the debts of arah P Emmore decd reinainderlfany tdbodlatrlbuted to the heir of Saah f EImQre TEEMS Sale will be made on a credit of six and twelve months In equal Installments The will be required to give bond wlUiapproved security for the payipcnt of the purchase money to have the Jorceand effect of a Judgment bearing legal interest7 from the lay of sale with aLien reserved upon said property until all the purchase money is paid dec202w 8 E SCOTT MC M C C YCJurigiat Prttonl Homo Insuranco Insure ydnrdtrelllnini barns and otherprop erty In the BlUe GRASS INSURANCE Wtf PANZ of Lexington KII borne iastltntion Gives protection against- F18EU6HTNINQANDTOBNABO No assessment calla on members when loasec occur to other members and no initiation for charged to become a member of corn pany The cheapest and most relIable company for the people of ur punty now operating In the State and gets cheaper every year to onehalf after the lint ear For further information call on their and colIectorT8TCBUlaclr attone1ItlawR- lchmol1 Ky office on Male Street opposite Court House neit door to yule flank k Trust Company upstairs J U PABTKn Pres mayMly 0 O BO8WORTH Secy Dr R Goldstein The Optic Specialist of No HI Fourth Avenue Louisville will be at the diyndon Uotel Richmond THURSDAY JANUARY 24 returning one day each month Eyes exam med and glasses scientifically adjusted T UNSOLICITED1 KINGSTON KY December 16 1899 Editor ClimtiK T Richmond Ky DEAR 5i1tWihi you be so kind as to publish In your paper the following statementof facts Six years ago I was attacked with La Grippe followed by Rheumatism Neuralgia Stomach Liver and Kidney Drseasesfinally Lost Vitality and Genertl Nervous Prostration I was treated by a number of the best Physicians in this county and also took the following Patent Medicines Hoods Sarsaparllla Dr Smiths KMney Tonic Dr Kilmcrs Swamp toot fQr time Kidneys Stewarts Dyspepsia Tablets Soda Mint Tablets etc including nianv other nostrums that did me no good Now I wilh I could get all the world together so I could tell them how I was healedand especially my friends in Madison county that I have been a terrible sufferer for these six years past from the crown ofmy head to the sole of iny feet My Stomach Liver and Kidneys were in an awful condition my nervous system was completely broken down with lost vitality and manhood I was confined to my room mostof the time My physicians as good as they have in any country treated me faithfully with but little or no benefit Some of them told roe I could not get well I love my Physicians they did nil they multi for mo But the drugs would only alleviate for a while as soon as I would quit takinp them the same old timing would to tie gone over with again Everything I would eat or dunk would give such pain that I would pray to die I want all that are diseased to be made WHOLE as I have been These statements are unsolicited by anyone are only made by me that my friends everywhere and especially in Madison county may go as I have done and be healed My mind was directed to Professors Wilson Kennedy Magnetic Heal ers at Ziminer Hotel Richmond Ky where I commenced taking treatment underATho Wellmec method of Magnetic Healing following it up for 13 days without medicine I feel a new man again have no more pain Sometimes I have to pause and think whether it is I or not so far am I from pain and ant fcring Before I took this treatment I whould have to take lots of morphine to pet any ease or rest Oftentimes my wife hail to turn me iu bed I AM NOW A WELT MAN It is true lam not strong as I used to be but lam gaining In strength each dayam nearly 53 years of age addressingN B CREEKMORE They treat any and all diseases without the use of drugs or medicine is kel Plymouth ROCKs The TRUE BLUE Strain Cockerels for sale 100 Trios 500 Thiscompletes my 21st year of breeding the one va riety exclusively MRS M F ARBUCKLE Silver Creek Madison Co Ky nov23m lADIE8g i ji Our assortment of Ladies Jackets Furs r descripLionseach article but can safely say that we have a =Stock of Wraps= to suit every one and our PRICES are t the LOWEST on high grade goods and no other firm in the City can compete with us We ate offering a select line of Jackets atfojio ying prices 2 oo 2242 300 g 449 g 5 74 g 800 g4You will find in this lot a complete assortment of colors modled after patterns pf recent cut and made of materials that we can re suchi 1 as give You must see these before you have made upyo r mind to purchase a wrap e See our Tailormad6 Suits for Ladies ifyou 1think of buying as it will pay you tIES GENTS AND CHILDIEMJ HOSIERY jwGENTS fWOflSfilMGS AND CPiJflAlTV LADIES DR1SS GOODS A If in want of MILLINERY call and seES us we can save you inaney Rew 6ifllliyuDJTli ed to Ca8k2iade ff TL V ELDER wENT MeCAU fATTIWlS 44i- t JI 0 a 1r HNDKERCHIEFS i S S j GALORE0S S S lcS Ii 55 theSistStllCSS I s5- S Fairy illandkerchiefsSS ofSS P0 derrella They are also suitable for couch pillows SIS S 4cdYveeeS S S handkeraa c Ie s tC S S Ladies embroidered and hemstitched S 25cea S Ladies alllinen embroidered and hem 25cShemSS S e mn erc ne s JC S S Ladies plain alllinen handkerchiefs lOc S a Mens colored bordered handkerchiefs 5 and lOc Mens white hemstitched handkerchiefs S 5 10 and 20c liandkera0a S v I bordered1llOcSS Mens Japanese silk initial corner hand S kerchiefs lOc Mens Plaid Mufflers 25c S Ladies Suspenders with fancy buckels 0and25c 15cS35cSandSS Plain Brown Felt Slipper lined and fur S 0top 100 ydSsoSmall Table Covers 40c a S XmasS0Spresent and one very acceptable come 5 and purchase one of our figured satin- S damasks table linen and napkins to setSholidaySoeverySo0 a 5 Respectfully 5 S 5 0 0 S OWEN MKFL So READY I- ORXMAS 4Our immense store is now filled to overflowing with the newest most attractive and useful articles for oX a tks f consisting ofLadies DesksChif foniers China Cabinets Book Cases Rockers Hall and Libra Morris Chairs Jar 0diniere Stands and Screens 1 Space prevents us giving a full list of the beautiful things we have this season and in viLe you to make us an early call and avoid i the rush You can make your purchases yourleisuredeliveredyou desire WATCH Ujii1 Q E s NEVILLE MOBERLOf 220222 W Main Street HCIMOMD KY I 1J2Ib1 jr FL I uIIu Pri7I Srnud9ed j m m n 1Li ITS NOT THE PRICE YOU PAY I For Your Living Every Day But Its What You Get For Your Money ii IYoufaiEInmay pay the biggest price but that really knits no ice its WHAT YOU GET FOR YOUR MONEY t J1G fall We guarantee to save you money on each purchase JaIl and see us and be e3e convinced that we carry the most complete line of Boots and Shoes found Richmond and at prices that will please you t SUCCESSORS TO t WALLACE RICE JA The Richmond Climax YIDNESDA YDEC 27 1890 Pure Gas given Teeth extracted il 1111 pain by IK Ilonsov dectitf Mowers and Busbys Ministrels iv ill at the Opera House Monday it January lit Teeth IixtrartedSo rents Die HonsoN Richmond Ivy Thiinktigivinir pastries in abund on sale at Z tumors Hotel Bakery IjanOO Iito Saturday the weather was all t iiiir merchauta and shoppers could 11lor Christmas trading Dr J W Harris relieved Mrs 1i Williams of pleurisy by an opera iiluit withdrew a quantity of fluid fr cr hnnrs Tlie two eleotric sire lights on Mai- nIirt lire ertafnly a creat benefit tot city A score of could be 11 to equal advuntaue If you have any unk ush poplar or iiUt logs or trees and wish to sell a ior u sh write or call on ROY SorKU Co- xJMim Niciiolaoville Ky our hundred choice pure bred 1l1l1th Hoc cocUeiels and pullets sale at cents each or So per dozen II will cost yon 1 each after Dec- i nsf 15 fur 50 ctits- Mita H COLYER jt2i Hf Hichuioud Ky Iiio Noithwestern Yeast Co of I ngi III are out again this year iiiiiiuting free samples ofthelrl1u- w1IIS Millie Yeast There is hardly a a woman or ehilbi in the United SHM iit fuiniliur with the good qual i is if nits favorite bread raiser You uv no inistakb when you buy Magic i It at 5 a package aud refuse to tti ituiiutiuns n is Bowers allil Al Busbys Min P vs will he at tile Opera House MUll 11It January 1st headed by Otis u late if Beach and Bowers Ministrels 30 all WhlteStars Superb It nil symphony orchebtrft lrefc lung in i new ieatures refilled Bpecialities Biet Kin eis joiiuiue novelties than a iiiiiiUtivit sh ws cumliiiied See t wraiid fine street parade tlailyTwo tsii fjiueris daily Irico 253 and is Cronza Turkeys For Sale lnl hooded bronze Turkey gobblers 1111 liiuis for sale by Mrs Thomas JHMwin dec20lt Bronze Turkeys For Sale Full blooded bronze turkey gobblers anl liens for silo by Mirt Thomas lUMwiu clec 4t RemcY1l Mme Bouhuuler Hamilton moves her dressmaking establishment from tle Embry House to David Uixpirstails 01 hccond street For Sale J Eighteen and one quarter acres of u kt laud two milex ua tof Hiuhmqn1 jin the Irvine pike Fur particular tall on oraidres4iluv A J TKIUDLK lanO Kichnioud Ky 10 Reward lor any person who has a bad fitting ft of lower teeth Unit 1 cant make a Miufortalilu mill Ktiii fjitury plain on tiUt wont nit the ami that vu can cal nli Diu V 11 Honsox Richmond K ITdectf Jewelry Stoic Moved Mr L E Lane the popuur terom iinft JKWCIT will on Jill move hit jw Uy baiinessiuin tlte Jennings stort r111 on Main siree between tlm Kch iiioiit Nduonul Bank suit While bd 1le New Wall Paper House in Richmond The drug firm of Pony Thomas Ii is installed a perfectly beautiful linn dl watt papers ami have Mr VX L 1feJd a ttkiiled ariibt to hang and ilivornte rooms Miit all tastes and purios No trouble to show Roods au 23tf UieJ in Missouri Mrs Elilui Dilliiigham mother of Mrs H II LoIter stud sisterliilaw of Mr li Jt liiiiiihttin ot tliiiiclty tiled till Thursday night at Platte City Mil DewateU was HH estimable lady nnd kaves borrowing friends In Mies Juri and KentuckyWhyLA7 The new inline of the Richmond Kidiolasville Irvine Beattyville It U U Louisville Atlantic which ti mgh an improvement over its former alphabetical naiueis likely to create con fusion fur there are in section now the LN the L AandthaoL K Lexington Eastern Will Build Here Mr P M Pope has bought of Mr John W Crooke the vacant lot 205x05 feet on West Main between JIi Col husllud Miss Farleys and will shortly erect a residence thereon Mr Pope will rent out lila Second atreet property This will not alter his plans to take tue road January for Johnson Bros llardwaie Cincinnati John Feeney Lost Thirty Cents Reward apt Feeney informs us that his son Joint Jr assistant audit at Pariswhile hunting in Kowau county last week lost Inn WAV during n terrific storm ami with AleasrH Henry Karhmau arid UeorgH Yardaii was compelled to epeul halt a day in a mountain cave John says he felt just like 30 cents un til lie and his companions were rescued by searching party Mail Boxes For Richmond Postmaster Wallace Is contemplating making application fur establishing letter boxes over city for the cot venience of the public There are over 6000 people in Richmond and the citys area is so great that It would be a great convenience to those living remote from the postodke to be to deposit their man in boxes nearby Should Mr Wallaces plan go through there will be six or more boxes erected one near the K C vetrnile one on one near I B depot and another near the court house and others at suitable points Tie mails will be collected frequently during the day and untold convenience given the iubllc We trUit Mr WaHnce succeed In thill laudable undertaking Fresh fingers cakes pies rolls bread oyster patties etc at Zimmer Hotel Bakery IjanOO A Bright Spol The show window of E Death erajre Co is lfnel with mirrors and illumi tinted with electric lamps the brightest spot in the county from C pm to midnight Elect Officers At their regular meeting Thursdav night the Anoient Order United Work men elected the following officers for the ensuing yean W P Baxter P M W J Shearer M W T L Goodlet Foreman Chas Jackson Overseer Chas Jacobs 1i nanceir S Z Taylor Receiver Dr L J Frazee Hecorder Good Man Jim Is Mr James Arbuckle will take a po sition with D B Shackelfonl Co for 1900 and as he tIlLS proven himself such a valuable man in the hardware bust ness already his new employers have cause for congratulating themselves niMin securing his services Mr Ar buckle is a FOII of Mr and Mrs M P popullirTo Ambitious Young Men Write immediately to Wilbur R Smith for 23 ears President of the Commercial College of Kentucky Uni versity Lexington Ky for circulars of this responsible and influential collece typewritlugsuccessful In order that your mall reach this college address only Wil bur II Smith Lexington Ky History cl Archibald Woods Sr Judge Jno D Goodloc of Whites Station one of the numerous descend ants of Archibald Woods Sr has pre pared a twocolumn article giving an authoritative though brief sketch of the life of the above named pioneer which will be of great interest to scores of people in this sectionthe Caper buM Hariises Uoodloes Shackclfords Millers etc The article will appear in our next issue Ho Rest For the Weary Although the Register and Panta graph celebrated Christinas Iy closing up shop the LIMAX like its prototype time lirook goes on forever despite the high tariff gold standard monopolistic imperialistic military government un der whicih we now live paying a war tax 011 every thing we eat drink wear seefefl hear or smell Subscribe for the CLIMAX vote for Democracy aid iuJ the cruel war Our Merchants Will be More Careful As January the settling time of tho year approaches the iLevitable dun comes on apace Our merchants will take warning from the fate of a Cincin nati merchant who was held in the United States Court Friday on 100 boud for sending a postal through the mails calling a man a dead beat The provocation may justify such an epithet but evidently it is not healthy to express your opinion of delinquent patron through tile U S mails TOS SALE Tile Democrat a veekly paper published at Nicholasvllle Kv Three uood presses two good jobbers and a news abundance of type paper cutter fleW gaRoline engine in fact a well slocked olllco for newspaper or job work This papt er has been estab lished lor 12 years and is a moneymak lag investment for any live man Will sell on easy terms to a good manAp ply to W It HARRIS Nicholanville Ky Practicing Law In Nashville While in Nashville last week the ed ibm of tile CLIMAX met two gentlemen well remembered liercJ AV Colyar- ami John A BM1 both lately in fjov eminent service tile former in thej Revenue tho littler in tile Pension de puritnent Tiiuv are practicing law time firm being Iolyar Bell rooms 33 and 34 Chamber of Commerce build jug and are delighted with Nashville BUI usked particularly of Richmond friends Tha Banks Lose In Circuit Court Friday Judge ran trill ui ve a judgement against the Citi zens Deposit Agricultural and Bour lion Banks of Puns for back taxes The Northern Hank settled few days ago paying 1220719 This makes a total collected by the citys attorneys Moore Rogers and Mann A Ashbrook of 4366719 The city lobt on the year pf 1893the hanks plealina limitation hat the case will go to the Ururtof Appeals Iaris Democrat A Tree on Fire A very peculiar fire caused the department to make a run at 10 oclock night to Race and Fifth streets A live electric wire set fire to a tree nearby and started a blaze which threatened to do damage It was extinguished without trouble The above item taken from the Lex ington Herald calls to mind the fact that at a certain place near the Government building in Richmond during wet windy weather flashes of electric ty are visible where the wires of the electric light plant touch the limbs of u tree STOLEN From Robert EJkins pldte on December 8 ISOO near Ruthton Postoffice Madison county Ky ONE BROWN MUtE seven years old about 14J hands high her mane reached last spring and about six inches long now thin long tail left fore foot whito to ankle saddle knot on her hack heavy close built mare natural pacer and does not trot The State pays 50 reward lor the capture and conviction of the thief Any information leading to her recovery re ceived by her owner OnnJIITOIUEK SnEARER dec272w Riithtoii Ky A Novel Wedding Perhaps the most novel wedding that ever took place in Clark county wan that Wednesday of Lizzie Hum mons of this city ant Sergeant Sam Wheelers of New Mexico Both parties are colored the bride being a teacher in the schools stands very high Tn the estimation of all who know her both wlrilo and colored The groom is a sergeant In the Ninth Cot ored is stationed at Ft Wtngate New Mexico The core monv was performed by telegraph and telephone Rev L P Young officiating at this end and Chaplin P 8 Foster at the other The names ot the witnesses were signed at each end of the line The Tim distance is 1713 EsilesWlncbestor Democrat You may be a Son of Toil amid the worlds turmoil funnyLStill A Depend on WHAT YOU GET FOR YOUR MONEY I iLin RICE ARNOLDn others Store lor Rent Room suitable for grocery or other mercantile lines on Second street for rent for 1000 DB L J FKAZEK tf Richmond Ky A Little Tots Rejoinder While Mrs C F Bnrnam was guest recently of her son Hon A RI Bnrnam at Frankfort a little incident occurred illustrating the quickness of 3 childs perception its sensitiveness and incidentally a species of sarcasm that will prevent the grandmother from again expressing her opinion so freely to little Madge Mrs Burnam casually remarked that she was a little fonder of her grandsons than of her grand daughters to which Madge quickly re plied and your granddaughters are a fonder of their grandpa than they areof their grandma To smooth over the affair Mrs Burnnm kissed the little pouting lips and paid that grandpa loves his granddaughters best of all anti instantly whilewinged peace boy ered over the scene Mr Breck Rapidly Rising Sometime ago tho CLIMAX noted the promotion of Mr Daniel Berck to an- impottant position on the L N R R at Evansville Ind The latest bulletin of the annual changes in the officials of that system announces that Col Breck willafter January become Superin tendent of stem of the 1 llowlingGreenThis is tho most important uperin tendency we believe on the L t N which how operates over 6000 miles in a dozen States Col Breck is a son of Rev Robert L Breck D J formerly of Richmond now of California brother of lion Chas H Breck of this city Col Breck is the second Richmond boy to hold such a high position on tile N the other being genial Jim McKin ney Superintendent of the Montgom division The latters wife Is none poetesswbois The Lost Cause Comes to us this week full of good timings Time number is profusely illus trated containing etchings and half tones of the Davis tablets and mono ments at lUchinond Va President Davis birthplace in Kentucky and home in Mississippi a flue portrait of Col J J Williams late commander of Virginia Division of U C V Time issue contains in addition to other matter the following A Bpicv editorial on the painting of Goiu It E Lees portrait in blue orders from Gen Moorman interesting accounts of the national meeting of the Daughters of tie Confederacy in Richmond Va ad dresses by Mrs Gen Basil Duke and others war reminiscences and various interesting notes making a mostcharra ing anti attractive number of this Con federate publirallonIThe formation anti notes of interest in connection with the great national reunion of Confederate Veterans to be held in Louisville Ky May 1900 Edited bv Mrs Basil Duke anti Miss Florence Barlow Louisville Ky Price 75 cents per year Strong Town is This Mr Clarence W ilnrphey of Savannah Ga has our thanks for a copy of his latest Lullaby reproduced lure upon the back of an elaborately illumined Christmas card issued by Col- S F B Morse Passenger Traffic Mana ger of the Southern Pacific and the Huston anti Texas Central Railways known as the famous Sunset Route from the Atlantic to the Pacific coast Cot Morse is wellknown in Richmond having been General Mana ger of time Klntnck Central RR now the Cincinnati Livington Branch of the L N He is big brained and bighearted and a gentleman all overwhciu his patrons and subordinates admire and delight to serve An acquaintance of fourteen years with his traveling passenger agent Mr Mnrphey enables- us to say what ten thousand other friends will ndpree that there is not between the two oceans today a more genial alCOmplshed and popular gen lleman than Clarence Wainwright Mur obey and such traits render him fit for service in the passenger department of this noted system The Sunset Route Bearded the Blind Tiger in its Lair Sheriffs R W Colyer and P B Broaddns accomplished a successful raid on a b ind tiger at thomouh of the tunnel on the Kentucky rive opposite Ford on Christmas day Mr Colyer first entered the saloon formerly conducted by Alex Pence and toned a score of men around the bar Ho ad vanced to tho counter and laying down a quarter purchased a glass of whiskey By prearrangement Deputy Broaddus entered in cognUo and Mr Colyer asked him to have a drink No I dont want a drink but Ill tko that man who sold yours and with that Mr Broaddus laid his large official hands upon the clerk Harry WH louKhby while Mr Colyer performed similar sad rites over the corporosity of the proprietor Yancy Merritt just as the spectators fled in wild contusion through the exits of the build lag Tho culprits were brought to the city and placed under 1000 each It is raid that this is the same man Merritt who lately applied to JndgQj Million for and was denied license to sell liquor lu tie Union Magisterial district He thereupon opened up on the t in Alex Pences famous old ie sort vi tli the above disastrous result A Little Girl Had a Fortune InNer Arms But Let It Go Miss Myrn Teyls tile pretty little daughter ot Col and Mrs Will T near Kirksville was in town last Wednesday and desired to see the interior of the new vault of the State Rank aud Trust Company The Cashier Mr R E Turley as Is his custom took great pains to exhibit and explain the various features of the mighty treasure house to the little girl who was much amazed at the thickness of time great steel cage its massive doors and the many safedeposit boxes used to preserve tho valuables of pao trollS of the bank At last Mr Turley opened the barred partition behind which stands the great globeshaped safe containing its thousands of gold and silver currency Many bags of- the precious yellow metals were shown to bewildered child who conld hardly lift some of them containing monorenough as ho said to 11l At last Mr TurIeyaskedier to hold out her arms and he piled UpOg them packages of greenbacks to tnea pnnt which were so heavy she dropped then toUi thusallowing a for tawi to gHi froM r Sudden Dealh ol J Lewis Booker This community so accustomed to Monjdaof Mr J Lewis Booker one of the best 11rIonly shortly his death had been in conversation with friends at the Water fc Light Office About two oclock in the afternoon he wont home and as was his custom lay down for nap His wife was in an adjoining room about her housework and hap pening into the room where her hus band lay heard him gasping for breath he rushed to his side but only to see him expire a moment later The funeral will take place at the residence of Mrs II L White to day at 11 oclock followed by interment in the Richmond Cemetery Deceased who was about 42 years of age was a strikingly handsome man of dignified demeanor of fins breeding of noble instincts had friends everywhere lie was a son of Wm Booker of Louisville and was closely related countyKyyears the trusted salesman of Peaslee Gaulbert Co Louisville tint later entered the insurance field in which he was equally successful In 3885 he was united in marriage to HughLwhom survives A bright little girl oi twelve years named for her maternal grandmother shares today her moth ers bereavementand to them the com munlty extends its deepest sympathy Marriage of Miss Pearson to Mr Letcher A beautiful wedding was solemnized yesterday morning at 8 oclock at the first Baptist church when Mr William Robertson Letcher of Richmond Ky and Miss Annie Pearson daughter of- Dr and Mrs B n Pearson were married BevDr George G Eager ofllciat lag The wedding party entered the edifice to the strains of Mendessohns wed ding march led by the six ushers MessrpC George Wragg Massie Ander son Samuel C Strike William Driver Horace Johnson Dennis Carr John Norton and Ferrell Pearson who were met at the altar by the groom and his best man Mr Leslie Evans of Rich mond Ky Next entered the matron of honorMrs William Driver who was elegantly gowned in gray broadcloth with white in its make up Her hat was green mirror velvet withwhite birds and she carried an arm bouquet of pink roses She proceeded the fair bride who entered accompanied by her father Dr Pearson The bride wore a tailor gown of blue serge with vest of beauty velvet Her hat via of bluR veivt t fur and birds She carried a gorgeous arm cluster of Americ in beau ty rosesImmediately after time ceremony the entire weddiug party and a number of other friends drove to the station and there congratulations were offered find good byes said At half past eight Mr and Mrs Letcher left for their future KyThis bride that Montgomery gives to Kentucky takes from Alabama one of the most popular young women who has over graced our society She may count her friends who love her acd will really miss her by the score Mr Letcher who line wonis in every way worthy of his bride He is n mem nenluckyfftmilygenerations held high olllcial positions younglawyerhigh degree of success in his profession lie is a graduate of Yale and a man of social and intellectual attainments Montgomery Ala Advertiser Of Interest to the Cornelisons Warrens Hartleys and Wallers The CLIMAX Is in receipt of this lette from Mr Warren Barkley Patents and Patent Causes 220 Broadway New York City NEW YomIJEc 18 1890 EniTon CLIMAX Dear SirWill yon please publish tin notice below as it might interest some of the Cornelisons and others around Richmond UhampvanslesMrs Elizabeth I oulet reliclof A Pou let and daughter of the lateThoihas and MalindaCornelison Warren The deceased was born in Madison copnty Ky April 23 1828 anti accompanied her parents to Missouri in 1833 The deceased was distinguished for her be nevolence and charity and her luneral was largely attended by the people from Dole Dijon and BeBancon MEMORIAL Her parents died in Chillicothe Mo In 1858 Dijon ancient capital of the Dukedom of Bnrgandy and Reese con are each about 20 miles from Dole and Champvans and aro the centers of vast fortifications My father James C was born in Mason now Fleming county Ky and have or had a cou CharlesWallprVery truly yours RICHABD VABBES BAKKEEV NOTICE Public sale of franchises for Electric Lights Electric Street Railway Water WorksBe ordained by the Board of Trus tees of the town of Irvine Ky that saidboartion the 22d day January 1000 at the front door of the Court House Irvine Ky between the hours publiclyor any or the below mentioned purposes for a term not exceeding 23 years a motion to and for said purpose having been revloasly made before and to said board to build operate and maintain Electric Street Railway Electric Light ad rower Plant Water Power Plant and Works with anti hydrants upon across and through the streets otsaid town so as not to interfere with the public and convenient use thereof tile said of trustees shall cause to he published for four consecutive weeks in some newspaper ol general circulation this advertisement for the sale of said franchises or privileges The terms of the contract to be en iered into between purchaser or pur chasers and said town to be made known and entered into on the Mvol- 8ale The saidTrusteesreserviag the right to reject any and bids Given under our hands this 18th day of December 1899 8 L TUDOR ChairraB Wi1de1J a Q A SWEET TOOTH is responsible for many aches and pains But whatever the cause of decay it should be arrestedand the teeth put in good condition Science and skill have made it a simple matter The dentists chair no longer has any terrorsAll is done with re gard to our patrons comfort convenience and ultimate sat isfactionWe fill or extract teethwithout pain to the patientOur fine sets of teeth at 500 made on zylonite or rub ber are absolutely perfect We guarantee them Teeth extracted 25c The best amalgam filling 75c Half fare on R R and free hotel accommodation for pa tients from a distance who write for appointments- DR V H HOBSON Office next door to Postoffice Richmond Ky Office open nights An energetic temperament and ac tive habits conduce to longlevily The NonIrritating Cathartic Easy to take easy to operate Hoods Pills Heart failure covers a multitude of medical ignorance As a cure for rheumatism Chamber lains Pain Balm is gaining a wide reputation D B Johnson of Richmond Ind has been troubled with that ailment since 18C2 In speaking of it he says I never found anything that would relieve me until I used Chamberlains Pain Halm It acts like magic with me My toot was swollen and paining me very much but one good applicationof Pain Balm relleyed me by Perry Thomas 1m A man should be ashame to swear before men as well as before women A childless home isa cheerless home The maternal instinct exists in every womanand when its ungratified she is deprivedof much of thehappinessof It often happens that childlessness due to some cause which can be re moved and often is removed by the use of Dr Pierces Favorite lrescript Ion The vigor and vitality which title remedy imparts to the delicate woman ly organs puts them in a condition of normal health the lack of which k often time sole obstruction to maternity Every woman should read Dr Piercei Common Sense Medical Adviser book containing 3008 pages and 700 lustrations It is sent entirely free on receipt of stamps to pay expense of mailing only Send 21 onecent stamps for the paper back bound volume or 31 stamps for cloth covered Address Dr RV Pierce COS Main street Buffalo New York Most men begin to save alter they have spent all There are few ailments so uncomfor table as piles but they can easily be cured by using Tablers Buckeye Pile Ointment Relief follows its use and anyone suffering from piles can not af ford to neglect to give it a trial Price 50 cents in bottles tubes 75cts Perry Thomas decOI Gratitude like every thing else Is obnoxious when it Is overdone Look before you lenfBo sure you get Hoods you call for it and you will fmnti health It Us us- eIt is A smart father who knows how his daughters spell their first names The disposition of children largely depends upon h If they aretroll bled with worms they will bo irrita bit cross feverish and perhaps ser iously sick Whites e is n worm expeller and tonic to make them healthy and cheerful Price 25 cents Perry Thomas In The daughters of a millionaire al ways have fine figures x 21sOtri irsi Eating Sores Tumors Ulcers Can cer of the Nose Eye Lip Ear Neck Breast Stpmach Legs or Arms are all curable by B Bll Botanic Blood Balm which Is made especially t vure all terrible Blood Diseases Per sistent Sores Blood and Skin Blom ishes Sciofula that resist other treat menta are quickly cured by B B B Botanic Blood Balm Skin Eruptions Pimples Red Itching Eczema Scales Blisters Red or Brown Patches Blotches Catarrh Rheumatism etc are nil du to bad blood anti hence easily cure by B n B Syphilitic Blood Poiso literally driven from system by B B Botanic Blood Balm in one t five months B B B does not contal vegetable or mineral poison One bo tie test it In ally case For sale b drl1Rgisls everywbefe4 Large Lottlm 1six for 5 a free Satnp bottle which wlH be tent by retUl null When you wtii describe sym toms and personal ee medical advJc will be given AjMw Bteed Belm G 438 Mitchell tiMt Atltttc fGo f1t11J11yr 0LDSTACLS l AT THE BUSYIBLE CASH STORE At this season of the year everybody is interested in HOLIDAY GOODS You all wart a present of some kind for some body In addition to our immense stock ofStapleand Fancy Dry Goods and Notions we have added a complete assortment of Fine Holiday Goods 1 Toys Handsome Dressing Cass Toilet Sets Manicure Sets Work Boxes Ladies Work Baskets and Fancy Baskets Music Boxes Albums Chinaware Sets Handsome Vases Dolls Toys of all kinds for children and Picture Frames for Ladies VISIT OLD SANTA CLAUS AT THE BUSY BEE Our prices on these Holiday Goods will be much cheaper than they are to be found anywhere else as itis a side line with us and we only carrythe line for the accommodation of our many Customers a We have just closed a cloak deal with one of the Largest Cloak Factories in the Queen City whereby we purchased every Garment ill entire factory amounting to about Ten Thousand Dollars worth We divided this Lot between our three stores Rich P mond Mt Sterling and Georethwn We bought these cloaks very low and at closing out price for FRESH NEW GOODS If you need anything in Ladies Misses or Childrens Cloaks Fur Collaretts or Collars you can save half the price by buying from this stock CALL AND SEE THEM Each and every OVERCOAT and SUIT of CLOTHING in our great store will be offered at an ENORMOUS SACRIFICE PRICE for the next 15 days we wish to close the entire lot before the Holidays Our Mens Boys and Youths Boots and Shoes will be sold regardless of cost for fifteen days We take stock during the Holidays and dont want the trouble of taking anymore stock than we can possibly help If you need Ladies Fine or Coarse Shoes Chil drens Shoes Baby Shoes or anything in that line get our LOW CLOSING OUT CUT PRICES ON THEM Closing out stock taking prices will be made on every article in the Busy Bee Cash Store before the Holidays so now is the time to load up Complete stock in every department and some of the more important departments are overflowingwith good things GIVE US A CALL t ItltD k a So Sk 3k OT 101 GET IN THE BAND WAGON FOLLOW THE CROWD AXD GET YOUR SHARE OF THE GOOD THINGS AT THE BUSY BEE VERY RESPT W Be OLDHAM COMPANY RICHMOND MT STERLING AND GEORGETOWN A SUitE CURE FOIl CUODP Twentyfive Years Constant use Without a Failure The first indication of croup Is hoarse nese niidin a child suljectto that disease ill be tahen as rt feUre sign of the dpproacli of an attack Following this hoarseness Is a peculiar rough cough If Chamberlains dy is given us soon the oliiidlecot1fta hoarse or even after the croup cough appears It the nUdck It is used in ma tHousands of hotoes in this broad land add never disappoints tim anxious mothers We have Vet to learn df a stnjiler Instance in which It has not proved effectual No other preparation can show such a record twentyfive years constant Use with out a re For sale by Perry Thomas lm Usually the man pi might is the than who wont ChlcaRp News The Jlodertl JJotlifr Has found that her little piled are im proved more by the Syrup of Figs when in need of the laxative ef felt of a gentle renieUV Jhail by any other Children enjoy it and it beno fits them The true remedy Syrup of Figs Is manufactured by the California Fij Syrup Co only l in sluggish liver Herbine by its beneficial action upon the biliary tracts renders the bile more fluid and brings condittlonfeeling of apathY which arise from dis orders of the liver Price SOc Perry j Thomas decGlm The Belgians are the greatest potato j eaters und the Irish come second Deeds Are Fruits Words are but leaves It is not what we say but what Hoods Sareaparilla does that tells the story The many wonderful cures ellected by this medicine are the fruits by which it should be These proves this to be the great equalled remedy for dyspepsia rheumatism salt rheum ca tarrh and all other ailments due to impoverished blood Hoods Pills are nonirtitatlng mild effective The proportion of paupers to the population land is now than lifts been for 45 years In biliousness Herbiae by expelling from the body the excesses purifies the blood and tones up and strengthents the entire system Price OOots Perry Thomas decGlm letter SaltRheum and Eczema Tho intense itching and smarting inci lentto these uiseases is instantly allayed Sy applying Chamberlains Eye and Skin Ointment Many very bad ases have been permanently cnred by it It ia equally efficient for itching piles and o remedy for sore nipples chapped hands chilblains frost bites and chronic sore eyes 25 cts per bos arejustcondition Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge They are not food but ahorsecents per package Rain has never been known to fall in that part of Egypt between the two lower falls of the Nile Have you a cold A dose of Coos pens Honey of Tar at lied time will re move it Price 23 and cents Perry Thomas decG Ini According to a German journal more than 8 per cent of all seafaring men are afflicted with rheumatism For broken limbs chilblains burns scalds raised shins sore throat nod sores of every kind apply llallarda Snow Liniment It will give immed iate relief aud heal any wound Price 25 and Oc Perry Thomas decGlui TO BE HAPPYI I- g Is to be free from colds andtlampfeet The only preventative is wear a pair of the irc Q4Buell ori1ij t k r II I I- ootees0000000 leteiesi in all DiU lasts I v i A Gift to Give It is often difficult to decide what lo get your friends for holiday gifts Hero in a suggestion Good morning Jennie I have cIbrought you a nice present said Ger iitrude as she handed her friend a neat Iy wrapped package The pale weary looking girl shioIwas slowly recovering from severe ill ness opened the bundle and held up a large bottle of clear rich medicine jtHoods Sarsaparilla she mtclaimoJ I have been reading about it today i and wished I had a bottle On New Years Day Jennie was abla to be out on the streets and to her friends who remarked how Well abe was looking sue simply saietIt Hoods I Sarsaparilla and ecryolle of them knew it was this great medicine that I1 J had given back her health 1m AH the emery used In tho world rj comes from time little island of Naxos near Greece r cN My son lion been troubled for yearsI4with chronic diarrhoea Sometime ago I persuaded him to take some of Cham berlains Colic Cholera and Dinrrlici Remedy After using two bottles of 4 the 25 cent size he was cured I give this testimonial hoping somo one sire ilarly afllicted may rend it and be benefited Thomas C Bower Uleneo O For sale by Perry A Thomas 1m I w w w w w w w w w w w w w We are the authorized agents for these TWO tI1 Iti BOOTEES backed by the Manufactory any other- agentsjfle g fraudulent and backed by nothing tii tn UUUbLAo BRIGHT CO o WEST MAIN mr jrirn f 1 I irI 1r iJh t t G I fli i MuJ r FIdeJ P rr PrintSIDst OJjf Ii I 1 + + + + CALL AT4 + ++ 1i lfll SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing1 of drinks that can be found in the cily are dispensed by upt ate and accommodating clorks Qcnulie Saratoja Watcr KcpfaD Tap tr rhO 3 Second St RICHMOND KY N m R p n Q LS FOR WEAK MEN The ircnt French Remedy in within ttry nsrch of try Am IIltR powcrfully nn l onlrfjr en tn Physically Petted It the rlull of Z3 days use cf Younztncn ylI1Trgah thrI rihiLnndo1dxcnwill recover tlirtr youthful vicor It fits ono for badness rtnilv cm rrinrc IECENER3 countryCanper b x ar 510 for CCa ehirrf ffun1 on roaer vhoro fix iMixcs do oct effect a euro Clreulars free Address tho American office of BBBSESSX Dm Co fflpfesr For sale by Perry Tliomas ept3ly H 135E- CONOMIST RANGES tRoofing Gutteringand til- Job Work I LAUDE MTHOI PATENTSSIGNS PATENTABILITYI FREEBook lIow to obtain Patents Chargn moderate No foe till Is secured AddreiacDC 4EALTO ANY EMERGENCY 11 rH iItJ HI9Ilrt i i ri r illl II1L rt tnr iliIiI iilf wlni i4 unr w tirilt1 rn liHli ifilnnitM4lJt4 tiriKLo wlmle OI404 Mtwt4I1Fw r iIi ri Iltltl I whittmity wi Ie Iigii nfvrHI ivt nv line uif of tlif ltie t ri Krks nf t ipvl WO OIIH rurkii Wwrt aid ruitHTiior4 liiiricn in Uirh inwil Proprlt Pl al ACTS GENTLY ON TH- EKIDNEYSLJVER AND BOWELS GLEANSES THE 5VSTEM EFFECTUALLY Dl5PEilnS ri 5 rc OVfRCOMES tlEAOJ4ffvff IiAB GON511 PAl oN PERMAWENTIXiTs I aUf THf GENUINE MANTO 6X lI9RNIAfiG 5YRVP uie q ro tAU IIIU sot ru wnt janSlyS Our Goods AND+ Our prices Compel 3ou to trado withus when you give us a trial iJ1B ffil i 1r r1 r FBIBBThe jJln8 cannot be deceived by catchy phrases nor bombastic claims All we have to say is we buy in the best markets of the world select the latest goods and when you buy you know you have the latest uptodate goods Isthat what you want If so trade with Wnit AND Gibson SDR CALDWELLS INOIG- CSTIONKodol PEPSI N Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eatIt- artifidallydigestatbeioodandaida in strengthening and recon structing exhausted digestive or digestantcan approach it in efficiency It in pernianeutlycuresDyspepsia Flatulence Sour Stomach ITeadacheGastra1gIaCrampsandall Prepared by E C DeWltt A Co Chicago Jor pale liy tfvty IS Thomas SQT 1 T 9e JIIL lrMJjji t 4terttStttseI1itionrsyolISmIty find Unit Jv 8 it CjEhiIIifttefftxifSJJ F riliirjr 11 oklng veeun pleswe nnrn Ptiir pU t tlijiii tIIt1 or kit Eiott t iir itLttt f j aveIi v IlfSAMAKINfl APPARATUS 1 L priceL1LJE Ii ynn niilk U wnrd our store j4 TAYLOR BROS I CATARRH CAN BE CURED HU 0cKS CATA IsUREIT GOES TO EVERy r ART STJRBi SAJoEANI ANT S Pur reariba uauinkrioTom v 1 aIuUring public and the ra hOI thewti8iJihteJ parts iu thiN maunrr tfurajCfeCitarrrt ours n4Wan1l cientl8oareparaf iand ifijfca smoked In ItP1IofCawrru to tter wbat hill t an1eJrnwba traLmJnt I nitlnuector reason be flejrjJtJ4icotL Ilewar of lmltattJri s Uicy arejrprthl 4 Y adJresjltIJI4IUtttdItOtprIcn L pll 1J Slrfflhlfitftfi i t o re QQtPefo 11R S g iW + t t 2 floS 0 cd9Li1 t ocr 4r a BILL SCHOLERS CYLINDER PRESS Contribnted by Tom Urnum to Mallet and- Pl ner Schooler Selinol rrubli hers were the mimes nt Ijin nwsflieftdof tlie Morehcnil Ky Adv nce fllr Mjveral year WK Scliooler was i litor anti Mrs W F Schooler city tlitorv A giaao at tho files of the Ath lIce shows many sems of country burns ism An articJotTliHt Cylinder Press was in epireil by callers aakiiifr why he did not get a cylinder press Jlr 8 jhooltr wlio IdJiovv an employe of the GovernnlentPiintins Office replied The pnhllsherjjf a country paper has a mighty sijiht of tilings to co tenil with In the ordinary course of jiUairs but when he is handicapped by the vicissitudes incident to a prehistoric press of the Jl Frauklln vintaue the acme of trained patiencu is reached and the printer is liable to say nnl do tilings then that apparently border on the boundary line of rationality and insan ity Wlieu tlie niiderfliike and ding nossdangness of thu ancient machliie becomes obstreperous hecause of un due prftsurp fjom surrounding elec trical influence and contrary flip Hops of the backnumber curiosity the edi tors jot like philosophy flees and a volubility of newcoined expletives rent large va uumj in the immediate atmosphere For several weeks we have been pestered to tlnrvergu of unaccountability by persons rskinj us why we doat purchase a highspeed oylin der press Why dont we Why dont we build the new court house and make it a gift to the country Whydont we monopolize the timber trade of this and adjoiuiuR counties Why dont we purchase all the wholesale and re tail establishments in the citymid in stitute a mammoth metropolitan bazar of bargains Why dont wp oust the Vanderbilta from the control of the C and O railroad and assume supreme direction of that corporation Why dont wo secretly Organize the moon ashinecompact whole and bust the whisky trust Why dont we hipnotize the apowerstol removed from Frankfort to More head Why dont we mesmerize sev eral liunred debtors of the Advance in to paying their dues Yah I Why dont wo buck the Morgan syndicate and maintain the governments financial equilibrium by loaning it a part of our immeLse gold reserve Oh of course fellowcitizens why dont wn just rise up and raise h71 on 137 The following published later indi cateR that he prospered and got the pressSWhen we wrote the above which was published in the Advance March 25 3896 there were times in our jour nalistic journey when we were driven to the conclusion that running a news paper in the mountainous regions of Kentucky was nearly on a parallel with peddling peanut in graveyard lint we did not despair of better times to come Hope sees a star and listening love can hear the rattle of our new cylinder press Tvat Throbbing Headache Whould quickly leave you if you used Dr Kings New LifePills Thous suds of sufferers have proved their matchless merit for Sick and Jfervous Headaches They made pure blood Tind strong nerves and build up your health Easy to take Try them Only 25 cents Money hack if not cured Sold by Perry Thomas Druggist 1 A STICKYSTORY It is strange how a man acquired a iiickjiwinp said the bassliarof Brubh Creek after a brief sileuceand those frenetic had enJy1 a hiartyjjlangli over Isis ice aud mint caVJ wlncti Wits put up in the hills he siidj close 1y Niche HcrslllcIJ liiiie sid Nuw there is Jim BtU knowuits Inuxh lug Jim laJbo yon dont know how ho pit that natue l linvo ktowti b mI fr nii a boy up iu a hallll up until Ie was twentylive hIS never k ovn to laniliMi7iy pranks air trirk Were perionnul by list o her boys in his piusuiico to provoke Jim to lau lu but no WIIM ulrtiijs imo looking as preaciitT uiiil iiulhin we could do would even bring a siuile to lila conn t naiiCH linilly Jim tok ID lox hunt in and not him a ink of hounds There never was a great supply of tioj reed at Jims and the dogs weiu always imgry or looked so and were eei Miieilingaround for something to eat at dome or at anyones ciralntUBt It ii ahout ten years back when Jim and his dos went to old wall Tim Mullins His hounds weic iuelling around Ir iiutlawar victuals and one oi tlipii wandered in a side roqm and evi dently siintnii siTmithiigthut liuivant eil iu a band thai lUll siuing in f e room Mr Alu Units Iinil lillud tliisbir ref about liiilf fill of M rjuia molasses Jiie end Wut out and Mr Mullins had tailed to cover it The dog by EOIUO means gut Tutu the barrel and after eating all the unilaes tie could liold come out covered from head Lohtil with molasses Thu rest of the pack Boning at time one that had been iu the carrel as Hhe hud bein pound cake pitched to them aud began to lick anu bitiithe niolassnj from the liouiul i one dO Il jofliim y thu tar and voothers tlJiliag 60 fPI J i ItIf TUE BlOO MAKEDc BEST AtiSUELBER tAND oyc5TRENrn1 TO T- HISTOMAClL j PUltlTYTO rn l S LfO iApj H ro t J JoCi to Cc Jil prZ co Ii c jc Qi 0 J Skk WMWCA Advised to Sek Advice 01 Mrs ikhamfiLZUaTOXas PIKtBAU soII hadrfBflammation of the womb and inflammation of ovaries an waS in great pain Jtook medicine prescribed by a physician but irdTdniepia good At last I hearil of Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound and after using it faithfully Iamthankfnl to say1 ama well women T wouta women to Beelc advice ot Mrs Piu1thamMiis O H CnAPPEii GnAsr PumILL For several years my Health was miserable Isuffered the most dread ful pains and was almost on the vergo of insanity I consulted one of the best physlciana in New York and ho pronounced my disease a fibroid tumor advising an operation without delay saying thatit was my only chance for life Other doctors prescribed Strong and violent medicine and one said I was incurable another toldme my only BalTRliQn was galvanfc batteries which I tried butnothingrclieyedme One daynfrlcnd called and begged me to try Lydia E Pinlthamo Vegetable Compound I began its use and took several bottles From the very bottle there was a wonderful firstI for the better The tumor has peared entirely and my old sphrita have- returned Iheartily recommend your medicine to n1sufferingwomen Afns VAX CLEFT 416 SATODKES AVE JEESEY Crrr HKIGHTS N Jv yelps Jim rusbed tiut with old man Mullins in close pursuit to see what thldoliterally covered with molasses and heIlnghiiso rcdicnlous that Jim for the first time in his life began to laugh and continued to Iln notwithstanding his favorito dog was being eaten alive rightbefOre him Old man Mulling is enraged at the at the loss of a halt barrel of molasses nd let in on tho whole ph k with a club and thereby saved thoJife of the offender but he was mulustwo ears nd a tail when the feast wasover Jim s still ughingoer the molasses dogT BURN EM ALL MAYSVILLE SERVED THE FIEND coLEMAN EXACTLY RIGHT The burning alive of the fiend Cole man at jMaysville last Vednesday week was preciselythe righf thing and the only regret that any decent citizen need have is that the brute could not have been tortured ten times as Tong before his vile soul was sent to perth tion v Mob law is tho only Jaw that fits such a crime as his The law permits nothing more tban thocrankng of sncli 4 creatneck Bole to be minl tcrea to by clergyman have hi- s1itcIithopicture newspapers be given a new black suit pampered with delicacies during his lastdays stuffed with ham and eggs for hislast meal led tothe scaffold singing onlpJ of dc liverance wliile his spiritual adviser makes him believe that angels are hovering around him to bear his spirit to heaveriyiind thus with reporters to chronicle his last words and soldiers io protect him italic plays the heroin the final drama the law is vindicated Human law does not contemplate Gold Collar Button free for 5 lion heads cut from Uon wrappetaAnd S 2ccntstamp Made yIb53notheropcarLback men Thf saictlliandyoud poptuar w1 For 18 lion eadsand fl 2cent stomp The tllustrztou IS onlrtwa3litrd acnu sIze- ttlngandItYUbhaud4unLWe II The Lien s Bride frosiUonAn unusually tine picture rom the brush MaxftInterestingimd poemJUldte1Ungall It Dorothy and Her Frien4su A bright chc rypicture For IUIII a ac stMjp brfbtcheerjplctnre IngaI1itteg1r1pIay chickensTbepredomlnatlng cOra are Sizeltz2smncbei ttIiOIOomdr e uchcriqme oin qtiJiuth ljro II11 Itnlllhmen tbl iih fiend1I6folelUa tliuer t lie Mosaic w ifittoi kind with the andiisr5siiit to avenge was asylum in ll ucitios of refaKQ Modern Ficiety jnako laws that substitute iilatee fOp yat e I1m itJs the dliiy Jfr the ritlzens to Mibmit to the Ijin jttic vlien urita trfmo fa GoeWaif i is onuiiittcd tilE iariirar riKlitjptUie iuxt of Kin to the fartliest BtrnrigerfjnVtlio world is revived nrd the AvrtHpfilaw it iiiacttvo for it iloes notruiichtlle catj Jtcl bp rcg pay s fefy thatthsfiike tt tntJlttrIIlllliati lJ andottjr Iiurian IIIJenltit rnne- vis L wt riorslt H lJ Ui potb rif e ry ucli ulfeiifler as dicinaiua 4n41lUitItt hanging oupht to be serycfliifJIiiiyliody black or white p iblfbolil iil or private citizen who iitteipjf iutorruro with licforcliand Iot t6iiie iitO tie1t lyichijn tf tor lII e JrC1 Th tss jllgr tpllllfJJ1 thocrlii P of 31aysviiln on their burnitig ofCjlemand4ujiIo J ieb t f ess t f JI fi1USGrNftnl 1lr k Mr B P Olivia of Barcelonn Spaip spends his winters at MkeibC Weak nerves had caused severe pjiijis Jh the back of his head On ttsinjr Electric Bitters AniericaVsreatfSt Bloodand Nerve Remedy all hamsoon left liim He says this grand medicine is what his country aiceds All Aniericakhov 1 that ft cures liver and kidney trouble purifies the blood tones up the stooi itch strengthens the nerves puts Vim vigor find new life into every mucle reaktiredbyperryLITERARY NOTESH TiireoMen on Four Wheels is Jerome K Jeromes rather eccentric title for the serieS of luiuiorous stories which lie has just completed for The Saturday Evening Post of Pblladcl phia Everyone who has read Three MetlinaBoatand who has not1 will wish to follow the misadventures of llrJeromc and hiSvCQinponions qn their tour through Germany astride a tandemauda safetyiIr Jemocs wit is no less keen nor his humor loss kindly tlanwlten he scored his first great llterarysuccessleii asof The first story of Mr Jeromes Series will appeitr in the Post of January It has been superbly illustrated in halftone by Mr Harrison Fisher J Mrs R Churchill Berlin Vt1 sawy Our baby was covered with sores Witch HuzelSarve- cured her A specific for piles and skin diseases JJeware ot worthless counterfeits Perryli Thoinas r Tho mounted police of Capo Qolqny are picked men used to fighting and are proud of the high reputatiOn of their corpse The force consists qt 2i 000 well TheQueeniE Urescoutis the shortest linoSoutlu 20dec4t The Kentucky Legislature convenes icarly In January Myl myhthie fun they will have A contest antI a TJnittiU States Senator both on their jmnds iN COFFEfly1 ia Millions of home- sI Accept nd substitute t Insist on LION COFFEE in 1 lb pkgs These articles mailed FREEin exchange for lion heads cut from front ofi W ZIOlt COPPERpkgs Mulled Coffee i baasand oiii1Iirnt- tMbythe1glitof 1tihAiiditiarfly years Used I Stylish BeltBuckle Handsomely goldplated Roman j trhnndetwithroby Jewel in the center This will be bythecolored cashes The Knldflnlsh JtICS well 201100hea3n Ladies Apron Made of good quality lawn with alternate revering broadhemalIs neatly gathered at a Terr superior and stylish article BliCItfx40 inches GlvedfarZOilon a2cnttarnp truit Picture fleaLM1P 50Foot Clothes Line 1lion I THe Fc iI ILIH h UI T 11 io o 00 c Ja Ur 1 tI a 0f boo C n I pJ 0 0 Ii f p I e t ptvhijmeb1in hul nobl9OQ The date and pldeo for the National tctb2ScktlJ7 J purifythuthe system Famous little pills fur rrry1homtA wellknown specialist on ear die eases llM matte the nnnouncement tlmtlialf the deafness prevalent at tle- flresdnttitno cgnbe traced to the pnfc ice of boxing the ears ol children Senator Ltrtdsay has introduced n bill in the Senate to increase the per sionof Mexican war veterans from 58 tO30nmonthJ liVtiueeii A Crescent onlV through PtihInuii hInt lb llioriIa dolelt1L i fPrtnhis tuck Speculiitjonmay sound more refined gurmlItbut a fellf loselPilffct as muelf f p +CJeanirncssriiivsl o to podli ness 1aut iH mifadv tisiiig- hihLPaP 1I vlr k l i f1bJctBpll8P- HltItSjttrtnk PQrmmgttro lief SO days reatment h Mailed on receipt of price i i JJunixxjK CcriE Co novSQJy Atlanta Gsu When yba are bettinif on a sure thing I w1iys out enough to pay your car am b ome jTliO ancient believed the world was hoijeraring J R Clark Peoria 111 says Sur pilesbutIcuredHazel Salve Itis infallible for piles and akin diseases Bewaro of counter feits lcrry Thomas Music may have iittmsto soothe time savage but its the popular airs that gives him ihetired feeling Wheiiia man call go into a pawn shop w3thont it qiiicken ip of the pulse orahejghtening of coioritsa Sure sign that ho lias been there before The Queen Cresceiit only through car line to Asheville 20dec4l- Tjiere are two places in a pewsnaper where a man is superstitious about having his name appear Tlie obituary column hut the police court record Enjoyment awaits the genius who will perfect a system that will enable a man to dodge trolleycars redi bra dYFPlpslRitricll KodolsDYlludigclItlonallfonnsrif dyspepsia Perry Fhior- naswiinatIr a pretty girl kissed you what would yoit do Verdant Chenhiss Tier backofc- ourse WjsomnaYou artfet youthful I should choose her face d The Qitedn Crescent only 24 hours to New Qrleara SOdecJt andDaisythtrCenuIneHarajnelIBoxofColored Crayon Book A ioljectlon- of nice outline pictUres bound Into book form with sheets ot tissue paper hce tlioIeaetissue pctgetb6- children can thnajtffnrdlngenjoyment eachokawlRCboc1Icnqulrca Naval Bos ScfrltFlylThcccle bratctt box kite notriorupultr T Inches lotgsnd safely folded but- CiiitqVIckhy to sirAmerican 103 iranupDC amV older- TCnoraaho araantctvstcd AeN4ttrItsrNQslrI pciiIiL o oo f1J than next hold and Fino wax crajtaa Ulriirenf colon accom ranted trlth outIno pictures for olorilift Each riivon is to tag Dra wii1 1 Kite conic zItua4 l2 t 1 do PLEASE t t CANDY CATHARTIC i p JOe 25c SOc L w =RubberIire Faclory Here JIr S L liliakilT lute installed the first and only plant in tliQ county for the construction antI repair of rubber tires f0r vehicles and is turning out factory vork at less than factory prices We examined his work and found it equal to any in service He will be pleased to exhibithls 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 comfort derived oct25tf N W OF Nationalimportance TTTTT TTTTT Contains 4 Daily by mail 56 a year Daily and Sunday by mail 8 a year SUNDAY Is the greatest Sunday News paper in World Price 5c a copy By mail S2a year THE SUN NEW YOKK N Y I Money never use Coffee Clock rJA for Ito lion heads rnd 2cst mp with Rilt tand hIgh A N l = yOnrwfl r r ForlOIonbcaitsand prevent dI IChilds andtbeoox TRY the pure prepaid a ftnme Uautlfulljr IncheS i beautJ AND iIllI ALONI Both THE SUN iJmESsc I Ladies Scissors iItrhnmlttg Ohm IorJs lion heads and fa A flr tclifi razor made English steel and extra 2centi IRubber Dressing C9It1 For IS HMJte add 2cent stua wtIghtflMedresIngease JQmeu India1 Simitar to rar lisaIor1JatoryI11lelllus of the game with suahcoUntersdIce and dlcfur ao S22E21SSJKJL 8iV MiT ka rtMa9 T 1 JEvery0o 1f1orfyspejacla IwAr oicii D1Vt tmt JiIoriMifn s s v iipacJtdwteewltlt ssb e4e If iO ii sa esaea aeayamea th k 1W to6 TJ aWci t J c p C no onp k- I S a a a a S S S S S e 0 r B QRra ZD 0I4w rg w I1- DJa 0 C I t4fI1 a tJ1 IT1r1 en JtUCIJ I DRUGGISTS i SsbI IAPALE U E TUaE CURE A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL ana EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBES BY MAIL 75 CENTS BOTTLES 50 CENTSSJIMS F BALLARD Sole Proprietor 319 North Main Street ST LOUIS Ml For sale by PERRY THOMAS Druggists i Pittsburg Central Stock Yards EAST LIBERTY PA OFFER SUPERIOR ADVANTAGES TOSHIPPERS rearrangedItBEST DISTRIBUTING POINT EAST OF INDIANAPOLIS for Bali more Washington Philadelphia New York and ii Eastern markets Good buyers always in attendance for export cattle and n other kinds of stock Consignments for Commission firms given grompt attend n PBXVATESCreSE SALES EVEET WEEKDAY Simon ODonnell General Manager Madison Monumental Works ESTABLISHED 1863 JAMES T HAMILTON PIIOPRIETOH Monuments Tombs Headstones Statuary and Foreign and American Marble and Granite Mf + PIKE WORK A SPECIALTY ++ 4i inTCemetery u of the M I Church on Irvine Street truer they will findconstantlv on hard a large stock of flnisliod work to Mjlert from at pricofi to suit all eliwiss j ralIentnekydtsguihiIt1iiff YOUR TATRONAGE SOLICITED tlJK7VYES THHMI LTON Proprictrr S lot Blast Peninsular 1Double Heater with Tea KetiteAMacnaivt Co r witgazes y andInsnrsfladUrabljjtyPOWERFUL FIOOII HEATER fti outercaalsgIureiogthehntansebestlroinwhere tacit required Witt HEAT ROOM CPSTAIES nioiY i roortgWB nsrwayhirprienlBff tc tJPrt1of ThOn unitaaJbe utlliitd aas fun lettltf attechoiCQt In addition to grIddle Jp 11 EIRn C hntOLLUDIOwD OREri I atedfittednotuie oaJieayrqatekjwyMLKrcwv wntlIc I a dl4taWo JlkrlIud IiO ffnthtbre Ol tte ttAM BAflDWAU BOSE of i 1ostrcvtxostr Who wllfM Id tth0wyoRtf2I4Mottt 1 ireflas n tell lisa orother htaUtn ana cooltttoycs wtes etc s 0 o rachlly t gr r ftt mftiif Q t- u i 0 0 d r