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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f V qf c r L J1r S t r r i I TITlE RiCHMONIJ2cLIMAX c 1Ii jTOLUME26 RIIOND MADISON COUjN5CY KENTTJOKY W1flNFaiSDAV XANTTATIY 8 1900 NUMBER IPiiI 11 Jic1edflEPAINGAND A SPECIALTY TJMKINO VINE WATCHE s 2axwi All Work Guaranteed 2ND STREET RICHMOND KY PROFESSIONAL CARDS roiTET3a R E RCUERTSp ATtORNEYATLAWp TJcriMOND KENTUCKY tn fce in Moberley Buildingo RwM1LE1oATTOBNWYATWW- RUUMOND KBNTDCKT Office in the Bumam Building next door to anners National Bank feb3ly SULLrvANJA TrtIltSATL lIOHMONI KENTUCKY diTii e over Taylors HtinUvare store pp Plsite lonrt House on Main Street II bUG TTORNEY AT LAW Jin IIMOXD KENTUCKY tiifue No 13 First St up stain 31 30 JCD M OIIENAULl ATTORNEYS A T LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen aults groceryvW R LETCHER AttorneyatLaw RICHMOND KENTUCKY OlHce with T T Smith Jr over CiVington Mitchells T C L owry Atto1lleya tLaw Mnhprlry Building Richond Ky PHYSICIANS ORS GIBSON GIBSON PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON RICHMOND KENTUCKY O 6ce in Ibe Joe tclina building 18 and 10 Sec ond Street over Wnue old drucitore 27 CilAS HOOKER I ETERINARY SURGEON Graduate Ontario Veterinary College =Vitorinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty BarOffice up stairs over store recently accu by Richmond Harness Co East Main Bt Richmond Ky apr71y TL C JASPER M D Medicine and Surgery Olhce Prnthcr Building Main Street Telephone at retidence the Carr place on ii roadway RICHMOND KENTUCKY M D GEVANS PlIYSClAN AND SURGEON RICHMOND KENTUCKY DR T J TAYLOR Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery RICHMOND KENTUCKY OiOfflce and residence on Second Street DENTAL STOOrERY Dt h e t4novi DElTIIIT op LOUISVILLE Ky A3Ofce next door to Government Baildlng BlchmSnd Ky Office hours 9 to 121 to novl7iyFRED SMITH DENTIST ajOfrtce over Collins Grocery same office lately occupied by Dr W W Burgin anl2ly Dr Louis Ii laadman No 503 West Ninth Street Cincinnati Ohio will be at the HoWVlmmcr Richmond Ky on WEDNESDAY JAN 10 1900 returning every second Wednesday 0 each month Reference every physician of Rich mond Ky febl6ly WOOD STUBSiFTCS Tested Reflate ISEEDS Produce the Rest Crops Whererer Sown JIC Hundreds of testimonial nnd our thou sands of customers this If yon oneecommence planttngWood AStutib Seeds we feel of your orders for a lifetime TODAYwe want to plireinyonrhand our New Seed nook It 1 uable Information about sowing cultiva tion etc of crops for the Garden and Farm Write a postal and we will mall it FREE Price of GraS and Clover Seeds Seed Grain Seed Potatoes or other Field Seeds quoted at any time on request woos ft STUMS Setfsaei p Cor Brook and Jefferson Streets LOUISVILLE KY EASIER THAN EVER The present schedule of IlllnoU Central Rail road in addition to shortening the time to Memphis and New Orleans has madeit Easier Than Ever to reach all points in Arkansas Texas Mexico Arizona and California The splendid train service with which the Illinois Cent ls Memphli and NtwOrIeans Veztibuted Limited Is equipped nukes it Easier Than Ever to take a trip to the above mentioned Is the only line which runs Free Reclining Chair Carsand Vcstibnlled trains weeklyPullman 25pmArrArr New Orleans Friday 7 45ptu pLnAre43pmArrtl2OpmArrHit ii flI Tnt Wilier Bnlt to CsHbrtii Parties deilring to make a comortable trip to the territory mentioned Trill do well to com with K H Fowler TravellngPAswa gee Aftnt LoaiiTllla WH Atrdan JCxuoifBi A O f Ai A L XAmKi 0i4t tMIMU1fX ta1Mtt I sr L D C at cat- 12 WORTh UP PRESENTS Fur 50c worth of work We are giving way watches bicycles sewing ma chiiics puns cc to introduce our aper PASTIME a highclass illustrated family paper of from 16 to 32 largo ages Cl to 123 columns of Cilice Good Stories Literature Art Humor Letters f Travel in Foriegu LmdJc c all you have to do to get 12 worth f presents is to get 20 subscribers at lOe each Send lOc in stamps for full particulars long list of presents and onr paper PASTIME for C mouths Aldress THE PASTIME Co Louis villo Ky A WOXDEKFUL DISCOVERY Not ouly cures but keeps well Is sold by an organized company of responsible business men and Las en dorsement of thousands of Clergymen and noted people throughout the country We speak of that wonderful Instrument Electropoise and ask your careful examination into the cures it has wrought Col A P Nunally of the InterOcean Chicago writes Nearly three years experience with Electropoise only confirms the truth of your claims I oay my friends that this instilment iu a most wonderful in and I would not part with mine if I could get another Send address for our book gives letters iron people who have been cured by Elec tropoiso ELECTROPOISE CO 513 Fourth Avenue Lovisville Ky sept 27lyr SOR CALOVJELLSN Dr R Soldstein = The Optic Specialist of No 64 Fourth Avenue Louisville wUl be at the Qlyndon Hotel Richmond THURSDAY JANUARY 24 returning one day each month Eyes exam ined and glasses scientifically adjusted n FOR RENT The residence of the late HigiStJohn A Higgins County Court Days MondayRichmond dayLexington Fayette county second iloqday Stanford Lincoln county second Monday Georgetown Scott countythird Monday MondayNicholasville 1 MondayWinchester Clark county fourth Monday Versailles woodford county fourth Monday r d HOLIDAY SECRETS +Tell us what you want in the lino of JEWELRY DIAMONDS SILVERWARE on NOVELTIES how much yon wish to pny and we will place before yon the very object of your desire That shows the confidence we have in the completeness of our stock and correctness of our prices The assort ment of articles suitable fo- roWa sJs very large The store is a veritable Fairyland of GoldSilver and Precious Stones F J YEAGER No 28 2d St Richmond Ky sep61y ITISNOBURLEN when a PIANO or ORGAN Is purchased here Our rystem of easy payments enables any one to en joy the music of Perfect SslrvLmfcTs without depriving themselves of necessary comforts One of these INSTRUMENTS would make a superb HOLIDAY PRESENT Why not come in and look at these special bargains HiMiXG tRIMM- KEITII Q AGENT NOM XY DEMOCRATIC TICIET- AN1OUNCEMENT FOB couati CLKSC We are authorized to announce ARCH scttoWe are aothorUed to announce O II nAY subjectIIWe are authorized to announce D n TEVIS a candidate for County Clerk subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce M M subjectWe are authorized to announce JESSE subjecttoYea snEBIFF FWAGERScounty subject to the action of the Democratic party WnALLAnDSheriff subject to the action of the Democratic party MARTINOENTRT opiItsnbect to the action of the Democratic FaTty DDUOADuussubjectsotbeadtcn of the Democratic party FOB ASSESSOB OLD11AMcounty subject to the action of the Demo cratic party LBALEltDemocraticOXORGENOLLNDcountybject to the action of the Democratic party WEATKRAOEaiartisoa county subject to the action of the Democoiic party DUNNftbesabjactt to the action of the Democratic party von JA1UBJU CLAcoimtr subject to the action of the Democratic party 0IAE2LBIIcoorSy subject to the action of the Democratic are authorized to announce JACK ROSS accxdldate for Jailer of Madison county for theDmaocratlc PERD3Saction of the Democratic party REDEEMED MAN THE MAS TERPIECE OF DIVINE GENIUS AID POWER THE SUBJECT BF AN ELOQUENT AND CON V1MC1VB SEHSCH BY REV J K SMITH AT THE1ST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH CHRISTMAS MORNING 1898 Text Ephesians 210 For we are his workmanship created anew In Christ Jesus uato good works Mr iJaiiili said in substance and in partIn the beginning God created the nrorJd the creatures of the fields and Uc air and the seas He separated the earth from the skies and set the boundaries of the deep waters Grand as this work was God bad only to speak and it was done He looked out over the darkness and said Let there be light and the light thrilled and garlanded and pervaded the universe All this was a beautiful and convincing exhibition of his divine genius and power but the grandeur of these five days preparatory work pales before the incomparably grander word the creation of man the making of a creature in Gods own image with dominion over all other creatures a living intelligent soul whose destiny runs It course through he endless ages of eternity Time passes asd the creature man so marvelou8lv xjnderfully and bcanti fully madeJaRs from his high estate yes falls lllr and Gods handiwork is so marred and blemished and ruined by sintlle wreck is so complete and irreclaimable that it loses forfeits all recognition of its former likeness to the Divine creator Man has so frus trated the very object and purpose of his creation namely Gods glory and his own happiness that in order to fulfill his destiny he must become a new creature He must be born again created anew in Christ Jesus lie is dead in trespasses atid in sin Noth lug short of the triple ominpotence 01 the Father Son and Holy Spirit sup pl6111er ted by the prophets and the martyrs and all the blessed influences ofchristianity can rehabilitate the ruined image He must be recreated his nature transformed lie must be born again He must become a babe iu Christ Even the Almighty God seems to have regarded this new work as a test of His limitless power for He bared His arm to tho task This new creature is Gods master piecethis neW created man who has in himself some part of the life and character of God This man who la created anew in Christ unto good works The sculptor takes a dead block of senseless stonesoiled and unseemly A HUSBANDSAYS Before my wife began using Mothers Friend she could hardly get around I do not think she couldget Talongwithout it now She has used it for two months and it is a great help to her She does her housework without trouble Mothers Friend is an external liniment for expectant mothers to use Jt gives them strength to attend to their household ofconfineImentetion that overcomes morning sickness and nervousness It is the only remedy that relaxes and relieves the strain It is the only remedy makes labor shorthand delivery It M the only remedy that easyI breastsia condition so that or Eising is impossible Dont take raedkiae kiternally They eBftaget the HvM of both n other and chili IiWItors PrfHollt eggti4s Jw i M4 fet 9ftttv iil trt4 Do- easILi Ii111I1r iAWi S 1 The Delicious Fragrance from a hot Royal Baking Powder biscuit whets the- appetite The taste of such a biscuit sweet creamy delicate and crispy is a joy to the most fastidious BAXINQ POWDER CO NEW YORK conceives and executes the statue that makes us marvel at his transcendent genius He puts part of his life and soul into it and it becomes one of the wonders of the world It is his masterpiece The artist imagines a picture and portrays it on canvas a work of such majesty and beauty that it enchants us It is a part of himselfhis inner most thought and feeling It is his masterpieepThe poet weaves into his poem his expressionputshis it touches the great throbbing heart of mankind It is u monument to his genius It is his masterpiece God is the poet of the ages and the varied worlds are His sublime and poetic utterances There is music andt rhythm in all liEs creations The mighty waves of the ocean that roll and beat and break on the rocky shores speak in deep monotone His praises The murmuring breeze that sways the trees of the forest and goes singing through the branches in low marvelous voice divinely clear as heavenly bells pauses not nor even changes tone but speaks unto the soul for evermore its eternal prophecy of peace The currents of the deepflowing rivers and ripplings of the brooks are rhythmic and musical The regular and persistent throbblngs of human hearts are in poetic time and measure We are his handiwork a term which may also be translated poem What is more wonderful or more beautiful than the new creature created anew in Christ Jesus unto good worksthe man boru again and whoso transformed nature has in itself part of the very life and character of His Lordand Master Whose good works are the marks He bears of the new birth who is the fruits of the unequalled self sacrifice of the Son of God Verily the new born creature isthe climax ofo Gods genius and power and grace and love The masterpiece of the infinite The saddest of all the parables is that of tbengtree full of pronilses buta barren of fruit The Lori said Cut it down and cast it into the fire for why cumbereth it the ground The saddest of all destinies Is the destiny ot the soul lull of promise but barren of good works We are his handiworkcreated anew in Christ unto good works By their fruits ye shall know them E A G No Right to UglinesstThe woman who is lovely in face form and temper will always have friends but one who would be attrac the must keep her health If she is weak sickly and all run down she will be nervous and irritable If site has constipation or kidney trouble her Impure blood will cause pimples blot ches skin eruptions and a wretched complexion Electric Bitters is the best medicine in the world to regulate purlfIrbright eyes smooth velvety skin rich goodlooklugI PerryThomas 2 Notwithstanding there were 800 lie todaytherebooks and as a consequence not over aI tbird will pay taxes Stanford has the bulk of the sons of Ham with the HUB tonville magisterial district second Only 12 are listed from the Waynet burg district and none front AVayBW burg precinct Stanford Journal Volcanic EupU1IIi Are grand but Skin Eruption rob life of joy Bucklens Arnica Salve cures them also Old Running and Feve Sores Ulcers Boils Felons Corns ji Warts Gate Bruises Burns Scalds Chapped Hands Chilblains Beet Tile cure OB earth Drives out Pafae an Aches Only 25 cen18lfoox Cure guaranteed Sold by Perry I Thomas Druggist 2 rgtitTeCira a CtWHI fee Bar bW4AllXW CiIiMalj J t1n7t n I ROYAL Baking Powder improves the flavor andadds to the healthful ness of all risen flourfoods It renders the biscuit bread and cake more digestible and nutritious Royal Baking Powder makes hot breads wholesome Foodraised with Royal will not distress persons of deli cate or enfeebled digestion thougheaten warm and fresh Imitation baking powders almost invariably coo tain alum Alum makes thstcxxl unwholesome ROYAl HOW TO GET Illtill The way to get rich is to trust no body befriend none get all you can take all you can get stint yourself and everything that belongs to yon be a fr fr hiendmean miserly and despised for some twenty or thirty years and riches will come to you as sure as disease disap pointments and death and when prets ty near enough wealth has been accumulated by a disregard of the charities of the human heart and at the ex pense of every enjoyment death will t hhehate left and the spirit goes where rlittSize dosnt indicate equality Beware ocounterfeit and worthless salve of SalveDeWiHsfallible cure for piles and all skin di seases Perry Thomas LOCOMOTIVE RAN THROUGH TOWN One day last week about noon an engine left the track at the Lanawee crossing and coming directly up the pike ran straight through the middle of main street The engineer kept his place and steered for the crossing south of town and succeeded in landing his fireyvsteed safely on the track again without the breaking or bonding of a otAuderson News PeaceClarksbnrLittle Early Risers are the best pill made for constipation We use no others cures all liver and bowel troubles Perry Thomas A GOOD IDEA The ma or of Macon Ga is collecting subscriptions for supplying at least ne dally paper to each family now without one He believes that this is in the interest of law and order and wisdom and sobriety in the community nd the local press unanimously agrees with him New York Tribune Lewis Hwhatyspepsia and stomach troubles Perry Thomas The Japanese never swear because their language contains no blasphem words What do tbo country edi or say when a fellow comes around to get competitive bids on 125 worth 011 lidvertisfbg LADIES For relief of women Ches tee Tansy Tablets worth their weight in gold A safe and certain monthly regulator SI a box MDRDOCK Cum Co nov29 ly Atlanta Ga HOW DEMOCRACY MUST BEHAVE This from Editor LE Casy of the Co vington Cothmonwealtliseoms sig nificant Editor Walton of the Inferior Journal always just conserva tive and courageous sees thingsas they really are and in not to be cajoled or bullied Into anything that lila conscience does not approve He is a sterling Democrat and a man of exper ience and his views are always respect fully considered even by those who are of opposite opinion It would be well for violent partisans in the Democratic threeIsion of the Commonwealth Pemoc racy hasnt got everything in a thug id Kentucky now sad conservatism must prevail writes111m bytheafter doctors Mild It also cured in collRhQulckyrelieves grlppo and throat and lung troubles R oPerryOn the goverBHMat owned Siberian railway immignM MB travel a dfetaoce df 4 000 mlle orWftD AtlantaGaeRClqliJc of Murdoek Catarrh Cue w Hylers toIov r THE WATCWUPOI1EI1BREASTP To THE EDITOR OP THE N Y SUN SirI take pleasure in reporting through your columns the fact that my wife lost the chatelaine watch that she as or had the bad habit of wearing to a pendant on the bosom of her gown when she had occasion to deck herself to go down town or elsewhere on the streets I have long in- isted that women who wore their watches in such a manner did but tempt thieves to steal yet my words had no effect upon her and day after day have I seen her go out only to see er come home again with the watch tilt there and a smile of scorn on her face forme The otberHay when he- eturned there was neither smile or atch I also desire to extend my sincere tlmnka to the gentlemanly ands urbane pickpocket for pinching theubauble He has taught her in one or two seconds what I have been years trying to teach and I am so grateful that I am almost tempted to oiler him 5 as a token of lay esteem I gave the watch to my wife a dozen years ago and nobody knows how much I have regretted my thoughtless kindness I shall make no effort to recover the trinket and if any other men situated aa I have been want to combine with me to organize a society for the prevention of women wearing their watches on the out side of their clothes in public places I shall be glad to do- lla I can to get them together and solidify them as one man With these few remarks I shall close by again ex tending to the pickpocket in question the continued assurances of my di tin guished consideration P XK Harlem A LOVERS FUNERAL They bear him to his resting pJace In slow procession weeplngbj I follow at a strangers pace His kindred they his sweetheart Unchanged my gown of garish dye Though aablesd la their attire lint they stand around with griefless eye Whilst my regret consumes like firel hardyw JuSI it- tough p I I Not worth paying attention youpyouhavecough It annoys you also because you remember that I failingAt hemorrhageAt Agersig Cherrilt Pectoralqukkly conquers your little lucking cough r There is no doubt about the cure now Doubt comes 3s from neglect RhtryAyers I been curingcoMs cottghs 1 arid preventing consaaiptka ptioaaleoIrtaken kf tler Jr wr terti- PtcitnI PWIIIU i Pu K psi ewII- c sheIi WieIIes th- I tJ- f bas y mesa4 dsl dIo bs aiIsl-I 4wWSsITSirewJAala r I F r r KK iRsIEIAaka Tfte LndiRg Specialists of America 20 YEARS IN OHIO 250000CURE- DIWECJRE EMISSIONS Kothlor ean lo more demorallilnc loyoung or mlddlCl men than thepres lbproducerJlDPtoauTbute and social happinee to matter I whether eaowd by evil habit Ia youth onrKewcure you NO CURENO PAY Reader you need help Early abate orIyouExposureare not safe till eured Our New Method will cure you You run so rirk 50000 CUREDIYoung Jfan Ten are pale feeble and haggard nervous irritable and ex You become forgetful morose and despondent and pimples tooplnrformthe blijtbt of your existence WE CURE WJiCOCELEi 4No matter how serious your case may ourNEW e totheirsexual organs receive proper nonrbb mcnt The organs become vitalized all unnatural drains or leases cease and manly Bowers return No temporary permanent cure assured NO cum NO OPKKA DETENZION CURES GUARANTEED We treat and cure SYPHILIS DIPOTENCYSTititrtlihtn NLtIJ LOSI5t DJAIHHU AND KID NEVdlscases CONSULTATION FuSE HOOKS SllKE CHARGES mTREATMENT Z3S2- 9KENNEDYS KERGAN 122 W FOURTH ST CIN Hi ATIOI +++PICTURE I AM1NII A We are receiv ing daily our new line of Art Picture Fram ing and Fram ing Materials in all the new est colors andTTTT TTTTTTTT designs in endless varieties such as Mouldings Mat Boards 40 different colors and finishes Metal Corners etc that we make up in any conceivable style that you picturesframed FRAMES we carry the largest and best assorted line that we have ever heretofore carried all at LOW PRICES We are simply the only people in this city correctly fixed for the Picture Framing business when you call and inspect our tock you will certainly gives credit with not oyerstat ing the facts We have in stock Special Picture Glass D NT forget that we also make to order Win dow Shades We car ry in stock a large line of qualityinlengths and widths Wall Paper Window Shades Picture Frames Paints Oils LargestPrices EM 1T1J 31IS STRU- TRICHMOND ICY ufTI ITS Iz to tJrJJ the Ultra 350FOR LADIES rADIH RI BM N ILLZTLShORT New Orleans 3estLinetoA- RICANSAS TEXAS MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA iff Pallmaa Tourist Sleepla Car loives Lock vifle every BlClit ana rua throw to hIIFracllce uk yor tIcket aMtor prthlars or writ AgCtLou9KYJI L1WaORi wLiuuosDle Jf 1 l URNITUREjl Our Pricesill 3 Help You H ToEcONOMY ad Make our values your standard l you will find every day needs atj every dayi J3Rt h qf3SATISFACTION p 13 1Isour aim the goods behind II our promise is our living witness j- rlE3I E3 For anything and everything FE kept in a first class Furni E3 illture Store you will find 3 3 m itatWI OLOHAMS SUCCESSOR TO BIGGERSTAFF Ii OLDIIAM 0 UNDERTAKING 1 LINE COMPLETEiDay Phone 76 Night 136 Til klka Miitml kslmsal Go hOF LEXINGTON KYti 19SoSe2 Paid in Living Bffttefits 8081916 RESERVE AMD SURPLUS PLAHTn lm of Life Imm Wo pay the same profits to the living that iDsnraBed Oen Irpanics pny to tho estates of deceased Largest profits consistent with safety and conservatism Every precaution for the protection of the investor Pot particulars apply t- oSMITHc 75 BO3fl 7VmN SECRETARY LEXINGTON KY iI MBS A T MILLION LocalAgentRichmondEy4tt Ff I iliiliili S 7II7I7I7I7I7I7J7J IM RE AIR TIGHT HEATER illpreference others Reasons jj why you should get ffiit and no other It gives more heat and juses less fuel more substantiallyill built like a hot air furnace It has a large radiating sur fface circu 1 lates the air rapidly ffianl heats the rooms v evenly Itisadouble jpfromcarried away by the x ItMhasItion and easy to op a erate The design of the stove is per feet The blackinn Iof the outside facin never burns oil and is bright all the year round For sale by ffi DD I Arth1uMAI STREET Ricinom X 4L i The Richmond Climax fiJA D MILLER Business Manager C E WOODS dttorc WEDNESDAY JAN 3 1000 PUBLISH KUZVEUT WEDNESDAY B- Ylfhs Climax Printing Co WtICK PKR YEAR 150 Jonx W KEiiiiKKformerly of Bour bon county Ky hrs been elected President of the Democratic Club of New York and is slated as the next Mayor of Greater New York He is a cousin of Hon Green Keller editor of the Mercury lioN W J HBNDBIOK exAttorney General of Kentucky is residing at present lutNew York where he is the chief counsel for the Union Street Cow pany besides enjoying other lucrative pjsitons which are rapidly bringing him to the front HENBY WATTKKSOXS name appears on the list of speakers at the ban quet to be given January 8 at Omaha by the Jackeonian Club when it is conceded by friends of Win J Bryan the occasion will really be n formal opening of the Presidential campaign Watt Hnrdiu has had some one open his Senatorial headquarters at Frank fort and will try to save himself from oblivion and Democracy frQm datum lion by beating Joe Blackburn As he will be ably assisted by Bill Owens and Bill Bradley wo bone ho will succeed nit TJIK Woodford Sun ono of the truly noble repretentativis of Kentucky journalism came out last week in double form illustrated and full of history of the past and present of the capitol city of the Asparagus Bed of tho Universe Bros Bowinar here i our cap use it for a foot ball TUB Crowley Signal official jour nal of Acadia Louisana comes to us il lustrated with cuts of its new typeset ting machine and other fine equipments which We observe with green eyes and a watery mouth No items are market but we opine the paper was sent by our friend Octo Nash Ogden Watts THE increase in the worlds output of gold together with a favorable trade balance amounting to more than twelve hundred millions during the past two years did not prevent a money panic in New York and Boston last week Tho fact is the demand for money has increased much faster than the supply TJIK RICHMOND CLIMAX published in full the fine address delivered by Mrs Ida Withers Harrison at the re cent State meeting of the Daughters aa the Confederacy in that city She fnughtor of Gen W T Withers and- a niece of Bunker J S Withers of thi city whom she lias visited Cynthiana Times WHAT some othrrn have done Kentucky can do Tim Legislature ol louieiarm Ims pawed a law inHking it unlawful lo Fell at remit any cvcaiie morphine or upiuiii r its preparations vxjept uiiilor the written prescription of a practicing physicint such prescrip tions not to be r tilled Violation of the law is punished by a flue of not over SIOO or imprisonment for not over thirty days or both at the discretion of the court AM doubt as to the Goebel Demo crats ability to organize both Houses of thu Legislature was dissipated by the attendance in the Democratic caucus Monday night In the House caucus all of hells Democrats answered to the roll call and participated In the Sen ate four Democrats remained out They were Senators Alexander Hays Gilles pie nuLl Uoberts Senator Hill was sick anti absent but is not classed with the dissenters South Trimble of Frank fort was named by the Democrats as caucus nominee for speaker and Win Uoohol was unanimously elected to his old office speaker pro tern of the Senate A joint caucus to nominate a candidate for United State Senator was called for lust evening j CFBfowerCo I LEXINGTON KY Tin Wrkerana far5 Is My Poor Tho Prudoni Rich Should all be deeply interested in our merchan diuin methods Tto kl in Quality r- Ths hid in Pries J Tfa Irat iii Auor ment m m 9- WIDiID illIlI- IDI 1iI ID iml u r m Qm fa IDJ- mlItllffi18I iJ p C It i CJ8rowarCo I MAIN AND BROADWAY LEXINGTON KYi ttil 4T SENATOR FARRIS of Garrofd baa prepared two Rood bills to ent for passage before the Legislature The rst for the forfeiture of the c atharterp inosesto the people the question of amending the constitution so that we can return to the ol J viva voce way of voting FitOMiSlNG oven greater effort to make the Interior Journal a model newspaper in every respect we drop a tear for tbout year and with smilo for the new begin in the 26th year offrour journalistic career with a heart and with a conscience void of of fense loving our friends and not raring onotiKh for our enemies eyon to hate themW P Walton in Stanford Journal FOHMEB UNITED STATES SENATOnS DUBOIS of Idaho a silver slid while in Chicago last Saturday that the cause of free silver will have been won if tho Transvaal war con tinned two or three months longer He says it demonstrates that there is not encn h gold for the worlds moneySand thinks the war will have fluence upon the cowing Presidential campaign IF the gold standard banktrust bill was safely through Congress and Bryan was nominated for the Presi dency Pierrepont Morgan and his av sedates instead of stepping into the breach as they did last week to stop a panir would have seized upon the op portunity to stlll further depress prices and gather to themselves everything of value the market and ascribe ftheof the nomination of Bryan Ax advance of 10 per cent in wages affecting between 70000 and 75000 per sons went into effect last week in many of the cotton manufacturingcities and towns of New England And the tide of prosperity goes surely onPantagraph An advance of ten to a hundred per cent in the cost of everything we eat wear burn buy bell or steal affecting not 75000 but 75 millions of people ex plains wha few prosper while many Pay TIlE Democratic position on the contest for the State offices from the address issued by the Democratic Com mittees If the Board of Election Commis sioners had no authority to pass upon the question at S8uens it declared it had not we simply propose to go to thoso who have the authority anti abide br the judgment that may be rendered What the law shall declare to be ours we claim We abk no more we shall take no lesstAMONG the gamblers hurt by the overcapitalization of these big Trust tocks and by speculation in them are farmers of the West and South Wan street is supported by the secret but byfarmerssent there to gamble on stock and se curities and produce If it were not for the rural lambs the brokers and speculators of New York and Chicago UK Boston would not have enough wool to provide blankets the fleeces of the rural lambs are the golden fleeces uponVton Herald SINCE the Court of Appeals has de cided that the Brown men are a part of the Democratic party and therefore not entitled to inspectors it would be a good idea to open the party door and let the erring penitents back in the church The immigration from the North has been gradually reducing our majority for years past and it is down to too narrow a margin to arbitrarily drive twelve thousand voters over to the enemy If Kentucky is to remain a Democratic State the hotheaded politicians must be relegated to the ranks and men of sober judgment and love of party be placed In command Frenchburg Agitator TIlE Lexiugton Leader Republican thus inveighs against trusts and pro tection There are signs of trouble ahead for the Paper Trust The present high prices are tempting capitalists to build now mills and Congress will be asked orIerchance to draw on the almost inex haustible forests of Canada as the spruce lands of the far North and sbanIonedwhite paper market does not tend to NovYearCommenting on the above tho Cyn thiana Democrat says To burst the paper trust oven Re publican newspapers advocate free trade BO far as wood pulp is con corned II The Leader is welcomed as an ally in tho fight on the twin evils and we join the Lexington Herald in hoping that it may in time prove a freetrade advocate for every article we use THE Pantograph is let tho cause of righteousness provided it has no ap plication to the acts of its own party The Winchester Democrat takes our neighbor to taatin this fashion The Pantanraph published at Rich mond is the Republican organ of the 8th Congressional district Last week in referring to the GayleOwens race for Congress it gave tbe result of the election showing Mr Gayles majority to be over 4000 but adds IIIavezeta to Washington It is believed that this Goebelite running under Goebel tactics will be unseated by the National Congress From the point of view oftbe Panta graph It is entirely proper for Owens to make a contest against Gayle simply because the Republican majority in Congress would have the power to award the seat to Owens though no claim has ever been made that Gayle u victory was not fairly and regufarly tvou but when the Pantagrrpb comes to speak of the contest made by Demo crats for the State offices it denounces the contest as the most horriblo politic al crime of the 19th century and this notwithstanding the fact that the Re publicans do not deny that in several of the Republican counties thin and illegal ballots such aa were recently condemned by the Court of Appeals were used and notwithstanding the further fact that Governor Bradleys own statement of his conduct with ref erence to the election in Louisville is sufficient to condemn him aad the farce ofan election held la Louisville in the eyes of alt those who believe our elections should be free from mili tary interference BIRTHS GABBETT Congratulations to Mr anti Mrs W F Garrettxi Ffefa of dMgohwDece Itl instil topat 2 4l PERSONAL Miss Katie Smith is with relatives Newcastle Mr Thos Embry of Fayette was Richmond Monday Rev Timberlake of Nicholasvillewas here one day last week Miss Catherine Schmidt returnedshome after a eeason in Lou Mies Josephine Schmidt left this week to attend the Commercial College at exingtonH viendsMrs W n Smiths reception last week was one of the handeomeit of the season of 1899 Miss Sue Will Hall of Stanford Ky is the guest of Miss Eva Walker Lam in ers this week jSaturdaythe holidays at home Miss Hettie Martin Frazees Martha Washington party last Friday was the prettiest little party of the year Miss Mary Little and Mr Robert E Little were the guests of the family of- onThomas Turner last week at Mt terlingwMrs N L Bronaugh entertained at dinner ruesday in honor of Mr and W R Letcher of Richmond Jessa mine Journal jjisp iohielbyMiss Margery Glass of Somerset has been grandmother Mrs Margaret Downton this weekDan villo Advocate Miss Estelle Poyntz returned home last week after an extended visit to c luountyMr and Mrs W H Pogue nee Miss S Russell Letcher of Cincinnati lelt yesterday having spent a few days with relatives here Robert Boggs of Madison countyo was tile guest of his cIntlL Walter McKinney the past week Winchester DemocrattMiss Margie Glass the accomplished and attractive daughter of Rev Harvey Glass of Somerset has been hero with friends for several days Mr R H Crooko is in Missouri and his most intimate friendsays he is marriedorgoing to marr or is trying v hierybyMIlSavitleParlsDr and Mrs C H Vaught were called to Frenchburg by the illness of Mr William Ware but he has improved so as to permit Dr Vnught to return The Shelby papers gives the names of the following among those at the big hop there last week Misses Katie Katie Blanton Louis Herring on and Louis Thompson Miss Sue C Snedaker returned home yesterday accompanied by Mr George Simmons from Richmond Ky where she had an enjoyable visit during the holidays Lexington Herald Shelby Sentinel Miss May Escott will have several of her friends visit her during Christmas week among the number Mr Ward Goodloe of Dan ville and Mr Harry Blanton of Rich mond We hud a call on Saturday from Hlgb1nndKansasKentucky girls for his wifeOUss Elizabeth Barrett whom he married at Winchester on Monday See notice Chenault of Georgetown is spending the holidays with relatives countyHonDan parentIHonSterling Sentinel Democrat Mr T Hood Little left on Wednes day to accept a position in Louisville His address will be 429 St Catherine street While bis friends here regret to give him up they realize that he is posilionDr McFerran Crow is building a resi dence on Broadway which when completed will be a very attractive and comfortable home an ornament to that end of tho town It is furnished with every convenience and is well upWoodfordSUII The Prandennial Club meets tomor row Thursday evening with Mr R E Turley at lila resilience on the Sum wit Supper at 030 Let this be a notice to all members to he on hand promptly or show cause why they notityinthe ttraducedgame of Pillodex at a gathering of friends Monday nivrht in honor of Mrs J S Whin of Winchester As n laugh producer anti chair pmasher this game beats foot ball as it furnishes endless fun and furniture risks from beginning to end Mr and Mrs William Robertson Lotcher were welcomed home on Wed nesday last from their bridal tour The bride formerly Miss Annie Pearson of Montgomery Alabama is wellknown and beloved by a large circle of friends here who welcome her to their midst Mr and Mrs Letcher have rooms at Mrs Lynns on Third street We are exceedingly glad to have a call from our own Handsome Henry last Friday MB REID is now pushing incidentallyhe left the CUIIAX we have been compelled to buy a Websters Unabridged in to spell and define the ac curacy of our famnos orthographer printer Mr and Mrs W H Sbanks are at Richmond spending tho week with Mr SueWilliemers at RlchmondDr and Mrs W spendlnrrChristmasOrchard Misses Catherine and Dora InstituteStanford Journal The CLIMAX thanks Mr Mont Call son Commissary General for the invite to tin Opera House January 1 at the Middleboro Hotel The follov ing are the officers Mighty Nimrod O W Grimm Chief of Solids William JosephKnrali HKPeney1ommisfry Legal Adveser C W Metcalf Hopefenuessooholidays with his father Hon W T homolastperous Koneral merchandising business and Is well pleased with lila location Nevertheless a sight of the Old Ken tacky Home put a sort ofadllrk brown home sick taste jn his mouth As he could not stay here always he li1the next best thing subscribed for the best paper in the coantyt entertlnedberevening in honor of her guests Misses ofLouionSixthstringbandenjoyableeveningyoung hostess The mantles were banked In holly and mistletoe and everything wore the garb of holiday at tire Delicious refreshments were served between the dances l exlnxton Jetaid 28- The largest young folks party el the Ll15ZWtHisleher parents Mr and iN WIlD Hi leI Thisridayte1nift wd4tlu It lr 5 4 A8ohs of theJusr Smelt Sweltl tiTheffifragrance vigor and strengthneither of w timfiiclion whose blood is impure and whose breath clpeaisoods Sarsaparilla purifiesP talizes and enriches the toodsgves a good appetite and makes the weakstrong Run DownMylwsbandwssrun denm on health and aT tired out Those e P ihTaifloods rill llTer na the nonirritating and emiT eatharUc to kwith Mi 8sraapartili ere thereby presented from attending but the hundred or so guests made up in quantity quality and enjoyment for the few who could not bo present The HIsle residence is one of the most odern and complete in the county nd His Hislenoted forher superiority a hostess made this a occas- n one that will be long and pleasant remembered The supper was bablv the most layish given at a similar function in this last five years No ex penEe or pains were spared to make this the great success that it was and the young hostess and her parents may congratulate themselves upon the perI fa delightlRELIGIOUS The silver Jubilee of Bishop T U udley will be celebrated at Louisville h JisProtestant Episcopal Diocese of Ken rn 1O8tcan pulpitENo one will be more surprised than Hev Jasper K Smith to find a synopsis of his Christmas sermon of one year ago printed in this issue of the CLIMAX publicationm nitera man of superior intellectual endow synopsisthere are many of that throng who heard the powerful discourse who w pleasurehilew givethemselvesSee first page Redeemed Man The Masterpiece of Divine Genius and MARRIED GETRyEAusCh1as Gentry aRed 34 a welltodo farmer of Union and Miss Bells the 18 year old daughter of John L Eads of the same place were married last week Attendants Miss Mollie Gentry and Webber Ham i ltonTiaisGoisAt the Bees House Wednesday by Eld F B Walker Robert B Tevis and Miss Lizzie Coins both of Madison county They were accompanied by Middleton Goins and W S Tevis brothers of the bride and groom respectively Winchester Dew- MORsEBzEsOCOl ocrat Dee 29 S F B 1orFe and Miss Luelln Beeson were married on New Years day at Fern Bank a suburb of Cincinnati Col Morse is Assists t Passenger Trafic Manager of the Southern Pacific railway He com menced his railroad career in Louisville and Is wellknown and very ular in Kentucky He is located at Savannah Ga and is regarded as the most valuable officer of the creat Sunset Route ApAiisPow KY At Lexington Il l Rucker Adams son of Rev P F Adams this county and Miss Mabel Powloy of Frenchburg II linois were married the ceremony be ing quite elaborate and attended by many from a distance The bride is a rifted elocutionist and very attractive The groom is a professor of physical science a fine specimen of conwatulatfmsIllinois DEATHS CUBBY Henry CUrry 44 di datBerea He was a brother of John Curry and Assessor T O Curry WBST Mr and Mrs Will West of Kincston are mourning the death o heir infant which died Monday CrooketCreekWm J Walton of paralysis aged 06 years Deceased leaves a wife and ten children all of whom were present at the time of his death M1AayJohn St Minary a prominent citizen of Woodford county fath erinlaw of Mrs James s Minary nee Miss Lizzie Jott of St Louis well known here died at Versailles Satur day at an advanced age Staff Appoinlmenls of Ma Gen J M Poynlz ucvT- he CLIUAZ is the first paper In the following f Dr J M Poyntz Major General CortP manding the Kentucky Division United Confederate Veterans As these ap pointees are from the Stateat large the attached render them desirable and the item will be of general interest Gen Poyntz might have been more liberal in local appointmentsbutia tp be commended for his and btnteThefederate Veterans takes place at Louis vIle in May and these officers will be paradejof Lon sfllle IA Col James R Rogers Asst Adj Gen InspGeuQuartermasterLtChief Commissary Lt Col James H Hazelrigg Frankfort Judge Adv Gen Col John A Lewis GeorgetpwnCbief CyniofOrdiFrankfort Chaplain Lt Col Thor M EuginecrtMaJHenryBryant IJarrodsburg MniHBarnH tlals PnrSuanUannouncemeut made first ProfFredSand Miss Elizabeth Barrett were nfl ted in marriage on New Years afternoon The took place at the residence of Judge and Mrs J M OwsleyGoodloethe bride officiating Owing to recent familythebeing attendants and only tbo brides neare relatives being present The InClarkstlypresentsthe handsomest coming from wettern thaJnoomAfter joingthence relatiVestheir destteation Prof silt Mrs Miaier will occupy the choicest Sat in the new Thehasdeosnest itUlrWiiNahigt lfl tlr7 Jc ThicitaJMhti Mrtiy bom4i J c hlsifatlierv hittelecearedhinying begn one of tine settlers oItlmo apg tq lila deatlfone of its niosthiglilys- pectedre cijZPU8 idtiumlhlt ro a tota stringer8avei i excellent testimonials toiltls pro J1trthan the prize he has just taken from pecuIizens can do that nut to his nnexcep exon11lnryI Droessorknown to he held in highest esteem Tliest qualities doubtless attracted the iitinitloii and wqti tho love if the laily c ho mt now his ifea descendant of iin oftlie fist fiiinili r of opr state- sA is well known tin brideIf ndntijh- itotte tlelnmtned ymsfF15afrett onotphnIJarrcltn1latelypostmlUJte ty seat on naState Senator from IxOufsville She is a nieco of HonJ Speed liSmith of thiscity GQVIOWII1ettikyIriend8 followth youngrTcouple to their western home which js situated 80 mill north of Kansas Jity six miles from the Missouri river 4 Among those present were Mrs W F Barrett and Mrs Sam Bennett Frankfort Mrs Nettle Miss Neale I x 1larySpencerA W Smith and J Speed Smith Jr and Miss Mariawillio Smith Rich mond M4LICJiCA very Happy New Year to all of our readers v ofMiss Ir Watkins of Perry ville is thesguest of Mr A It Elys family Mr W A Wallace was the guest of H L Francis several days last week Mr Jas Butner left WoJnesday to accept it position with II C Shippnt Georgetown A Buniptuoua banquet was given by the Maccabees Friday night at theresi ilencq of Dr CnseuburgiMrs Wm r spent several days in Stanford the uests of Mr W Hilggins dieho1nayihleparents M r and Mrs John ads Paint Lick Readers especially the Wallaces should read the Archibald EdCLUlAX gMrof his gentlemen friends at a htful Christmas dinner during the holidays Misses Fanny and Jennie Parkes Bettio and Margaret Francis visited Mrs Arch Kavanaugb in lower Gar rard last week manyfriends spentliundayMiss Elizabeth Embry one of lUchtmonds most charming young a student at tbo il P L is speuing several days with the Misses Parkes Miss Sallie Tevis a former Rich popularnwith her parents Mr and Mrs Wm TevisMr Sam Henderson and Miss Sarah Ralston one of the prettiest and most attractive little maidens in our com munity were married at the brides home Wednesday December 20th Dr Carlos A Fish who has been attending the College of Medicine in Chicago is at home to delight of his many friends Dr Fish is a graduate of Georgetown College and is now taking his second course of lectures Miss Christine Cooke one of the most talented beautiful and decidedly attractive young ladies who ever visited in our midst is the guest of Miss Anne Chenault Wallace Miss Cooke is from Huntsvillo Ala but now has charge of an Art Class in Mt Sterling Ky quiIveball has been kept moving The youn plo wore entertained in the following homes Mr W A Fish Dr B Ramsey Mrs Lear Misses Lnsk and Mr O T Wallace In each of these was found good cheer joy and happiness and the true spirit of the season Special services were held at New Hope Church Sunday night under the auspices of the Y P C U A meeting to commemorate the dying of the old year The exercises were conducted by the Rev 1 I Echols in lila own delightful happy way and very excellent papers were read by Mrs 11 L Wal l ace Mrs L I Echols an3 Miss Jennie Wallace Short pointed addresses were made by Messrs H L and John H Wallace which were both helpful and instructive What shall wo write in the book of 1000 was discussed in an entertaining manner by various members of the Union These papers and talks wore interspersed with song and prayer end thus closed one of tine most delightful meetings in the history of theUnion Hows This We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that can not be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure FJ Cheney Co Props Toledo O FJCheJ1olieve him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligation made by their finn DruggistsToledoyin Wholesale Druggists Toledo O Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon tho blood and mucous surfaces of the system Price druggisfaTestimonials Halls Family Pills are tho best 1m PUBLI RENTING Ai administrator of James W Garrison and agent for the heirs of said Garrison I will on the premises between the hours ol 10 a m and 12 m rent on SATURDAY JAN 6 1SOO to the highest and best bidder fortyfour acres of land for the year laO This land is located on Calloways Creek about one mile west of the Boonesboro pike and adjoins the lands of 8 0 Eoyce and John Simpson There is a fair residence on the property with ttf p rooms above and two below go toInThe renters vfll be required to execute a negotibieiote with good security J BDOZIER agentfOrheirsofaldOarrison Society scorrisj lie ycnrer of QIO 1411U and justly s4THE RICHMOND STEAM ITJNDRT does work eo well BO mi jkly and cheaply that Uc B euj y the comfort of iIMMlCDtA1 tEL Send your aildress and we will send oar H isecnger In thrcft iWJI JIBM J desire- dyourLitztjtriItbo returned deauaa P 1tIW pin U CI Ii t SALESMAN iWANTED riiir Enclose Stamp ferfPartlculars r zo w anckinttrtthouIinjtr PRICE 50CTS PER BOX AINTIKirVK Endorsed by tbeUnitedi Spates jHeafth Repo- rtARRAIi IcRICH NewYork SOLD 4IASCFACTDHEE- 3Jan312xr When n workingman is sick it is said he has been drank When thet boss is drank they say he is sick See thdifference J Notice to Debtors Prkinatame on or before March and save trouble CnUTCUEKJ tenizs lie IaiInsure your dwellings barns and other prop- my I In the BlUe GRASS INSURANCE COMPANY I of Islington Ky a home InitltuUon Gives protection against FIRE LIGHTNING AND TORNADO No assessment calls on members when losses I occur to other members and no initiation fee charged to become a member of company The cheapest and most reliable company for the people our county now operating in the and gets cheaper year tailing to yearIor on theIr agent attorneyatiavRichinondKy Court House next door to State Bank Trust Company upstairs JHiAnTEn Pres may21ly C G BOSWOBTH Secy The main wish ttlbottom of every womans getting married is the wish n it to Jet left I1 Y ihOIO or Rel I Harlnr decided to quIt business on account of my III health I will tell or rent my Coal runningbackply at residence or coal yardIdecl34w2st M IIAR13ERI T1UNSOHCITEDI v KINGSTON KY Decem b erIEditor Climax t RchmondKy i DEAR Sin Will yon be so kind as to publish in your paper the following R byheumatismVitality and General Nervous Prostration I was treated b a number of the best Physicians in this county and also took the followlngPatent Medicines Hoods Sarsaparilla Dr Smiths Kidney Tonic Dr Kilmers Swamp RootI ortljp Kidneys Stewards Dyspepsia Tablets Soda Mint Tablets etc including iuany other nostrums did me no good Now I wish I could get all the world together so I could tell them how I Was hoa1odand especially my friends n Madison county that Ire been a terrible sufferer for these six years past from the crown of my head to the sole of my feet My Stomach Liver and Kidneyg wero iti an awful cqndition my nervous system was completely broken own with lost vitality andiiianhood I was confined to my room mostof the time ry hvsieians as good aathey have In any country treated me faith ully with Iloemyaalleviate for a while Uas opji as I would quit takinp them the same old thing would to be gon over wlth again Everything I would eat or dunk would ive such pain that I would pray to die jrVant all that are diseased to be made WHOLE as I have been Those statements are unsolicited by anyone are only made by mo that my friends everywhere and especially in Madison county may go as I haye lone and b- eiealLl firsMy mind was directed to Professors Wilson KennedyMngtietic Healers at Zimmer Hotel Richmond Ky where I commenced taking treatment under Tho Weltraer method of Magnetic Healing following it up for is days without medicine I feeli 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 suf fering Before I took this treatment I whotild have to take lots of morphine o get any ease or rest Oftentimes my wifo had to turn me in hon I AM amIgaining in slrensth each day am nearly 53 years of age byaddressingN B CREEKMORE They treat any and all diseases without the use of drugs or medicine is BUN Flpoilt Mi The TRUE BLUE Strain Cockerels for sale 100 Trios 500 This completes my 21st year of breeding the one va riety exclusively MRS M F ARBUCKLE Silver Creek Madison Co Ky nov293m ++ ++4+ + +++++ ++ itttvtti lADIES IIItCY r E1ft flI r4E S c c = aN Our assortmentof Ladies Jackets Furs J- crV Ationsa 4 r each article but can safely say that weA1ltlV have a S = Stockof Wraps = q to suit every one and our PRICES are andwwith us We are offering a select lineAtysv of Jackets at following prices 2 00 224 300 449 6 74 + 800 i4 You will find in this lot a complete assortment 1Vl of colors mo dIed after patterns of recent w cut and made of materials that we can re commend for durable wearin fact such goods as will please and attract the eye as priceYou ilup your mind to purcliaera wrap r f ifyout3 1 aLADIES GENTS AND CHILDRENS HOSIERY c The values in this Department can not be QhW resisted TRY US JItaiAWDe nA SPECIALTY s If in wautof MILLINiERY call ancl see us we can save you maney f Je Respectfully Sbmpedto Cask Trade F V ELIERNT- F0 MCCY PAT1E4S it w tWi Jt h IL vtiVv X rV i v r S esSeaeOeSSeI Jet t iim HNDKERCH1EFS- P i I 0 a P GALORE 0 g coo P p a 0 B p e cop9 thapp esp t FaIry 9 1 llalldkeEchlefsS m S use Illustrating the old familiar stories of c P Mother Goose Rip VanWinkle and C In 0 0derrella They are also suitable for couch pillows P 3 JYks 15 eeIt0 01 0 handkerWc tc 0 S Ladies embroidered and hemstitched S 0 handkerchiefs 5 10 15 20 acfI hemSS 110 S stitched handkerchiefs 25c 0 Ladies alllinen lace edge and hem 311 0 S stitched handkerchiefs 25c 5Ladies plain alllinen handkerchiefs lOc S Mens colored bordered handkerchiefsSse eo 5 and lOcI8 e so 0 Mens white hemstitched handkerchiefs 5 10 and 20c e liandkerp ua I C Ie s acrepMens Japanese silk fancy b01 ere dce5 handkerchiefs lOc 01 1 0 0 Mens Japanese silk ihitial corner hand S0 kerchiefs lOc a Mens Plaid Mufflers 25c I 0 Sos Ladies Suspenders with fancy buckels 0and25c o S0 a 011eS J it andQ U S top e Plain Brown Felt Slipper lined and fur 0 080e Sotop 1 00e0 Carpet Fringe 9c a yd aoc Small Table Covers 40c o gal Q SQ 5 SoS e c If you want to give a handsome Xmas 5I 35 present and one very acceptable come 00 and purchase one of our figured satin S tadamas ks table linen and napkins to S Qotc 1 800 per se tCIeo ee S olt = The above are Special Holidayea 00Ieaders and should interest cveyUOCo as youSo0o a a e S S i OWEN MKE t n g 1 00 t 0 e 0 elpSC S SSes secosssssse esse sssssssaoasaesssa e NEW RADY S iiYHARI 1 Our immense store is now filled to over A flowing with the newest most attractive and riuseful articles for et p crns W consisting ofLadies DesksChif foniers China Cabinets Book Cases Rockers Hall and Libra ry Chairs Morris Chairs Jar 0 diniere Stands and Screens prevents us giving a full list of the- beautiful things we have this season and in vito you to make us an early call d avoid the rush You can make your purchases flOW from a full and complete stockat your wf leisure delivered any day during the month you desire WATCH I S3 t atii utfti1 o SINEYILLE MOBERLEYI2- 2O22 W Maui Street jjDAY HOM RICHMOXD IT 11I v 1 1 iiip I i i iTirt ii I ITS NOT THE PRICE YOU PAYF- or Your Living Every Day But Its What You Get For Your Money ffI I palaceftirIn1 ti You may pay the biggest price but that really cuts no iceI C e For its WHAT YOU GET FOR YOUR MONEYI IIYouimy ii CO Never before has the public treated to such a feast in the way of HIGH GRADE BOOTS SHOES HATS MENS FUitNISHINGS such extreme LOW PRICES as we are e offering this fall We guarantee to save you money on each purchase Call and see us be a convinced that we carry the most complete of Boots and Shoes found in and at prices that ill please you RICE ARNOLD f 1 JThe Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY JAN S 1900 u 111a5 I 5 777JAilil six llmircs from the above to count 21 It can be done and the first three persons to send the correct solu tim will he eivon the OiaMVX for three mouths each Cold us M uo bluzts Snow nearly 2 inches Four and flvoincli ice on tile ponili Five below zero Saturday coldest so far The nowly elected city peace of tkera were sworn in Monday Wink Duncan has retired from the livery firm of Duncan Gripp Pure Gasgiven Teeth extracted without paiu by Die Hoasov dccCtf The tax supervisors wilt be in ses sion from tomorrow on for several weiks Yesterday was count v rourt day Monday New Years day Lelnga legal holiday The famous old hart mansion in Wooiiforl burned lagt wcok Ix ss10 insured for half TL th- Extracted2 cents 1m Iloiisox Richmond Ky Mr Milo Shanks has sold the Pan tHgrai Ii to hill brother Mr Store Shanks ti whom wo extend the best wishes of the tiftugon It K Roberts attorneyatlaw will lIllieI this year with Hon J nines It Mc Crrnry Mr Kolxirto is worthy of the c niliiluilutt Hint nupport ol nil Mr T A Chnnault8 ninny friends will bu glad to know that ho hue deter mined to retuino the grocery business at iiis old stand on Second streor three lioors from the express olfice The negro John Miller whom Set Devote while thank strUk with H pirtiol lied Dovore is under 2000 liinil lie great Ir deplores his act committed ill fun while intoxicated Vti have a tine lot of haled hay for sale Clover and tyroothy mixed t tir1ourtlit clover and onefourth timothy ami a nice lot of pure timothy jiuJMt i J WHITE Sos Spud Otto dollar to the Frankfort aiy Statw Democrat ami get that pa V r hiring the entire session Full pro cwdings published each day and par ticulars the contests for State offices If you have any oak ash poplar or walnut logn or treus and wish to sell them for csh write or tall on TIny SUIElt Co nov29 Gm Nicholasvillc Ky Pour hundred choke pure bred Plymouth Hock fi tkiPt8 ami pullots tor salt at 60 centH Hch or So perdoz ii They illll1011 SI olllh utter Dec i J g lor 60 eiils Nits II II COLYE- IIsopt20tf Itichuiond Ky Bronze Turkeys For Sale Full hlooilnd bronze turkey gobbler s and lions for sale by Mrs Thomas Baldwin dec204t tiroc ry Messrs Too Thurn an ami B Jouett have opened the Siar Uroerv m the Moi lately occupied liyMaek FeeniJin 001 Fnt street Both ae ispeiieiced grocers aud aliould ito well- Big Prlccs for Clsrt Cattle Mr Jonas Veil bought last week of Mr Sam WOII1I0rll1It Clark county 1T held clIUle January HA livery 1tio price paid vusS 40pfcr huntlrot 10 Reward For auv person who has a bad fitting set of luwor teeth Unit I cant make a riinfortablK antI naiibfactory Illall1one that wont rattle nuil that you ean eat with Du V II UOBSON Riohmoud Jy 27Uectf Cpi stones Gilt The employees of the State Auditors oilue gave their retivin chief Capt Kain Stone H testimonial of their af faction and resptictin the sliapo of a diamoiul Studded Knight Templar c rrui- on S Petit Jury Mr W L Crutcher left Monday to sit upon the United States Petit Jury nt Frankfort As administrator of Terry Parkins he wants all the latters Uhtors to come forward and eettlo without a Wire Stretcher Dispatches say that W S Kins has j patented a wire stretcher and atsigned onehalf of it to U A Harlow ot this ritv We trust they will trust no wire j trust but go it alone and bust the trust i a id boUt get rich to boot r Fords Hex Judge electedtf tees to term 1 Perry resigned Heres wisliiiiK him f increasing honors from a fearless dis 1charge of his important duties This is the College to Attend You should write immediately to Wilbur 1C Smith Ky for ciicilara of the famous Commercial College of Kentucky Uniuersity Graduates in demand and secure good posi Lions Address ouly W K Smith Lexington Ky STOLEW From Robert Elkins place on Decemi her 8 1S9D near Kuthton Postofllce Madison county Ky ONE BROWN MARE seven years old about 14 J hands high her mane roach last ppiTns and about six Inches long now turn tail left fore foot white to ankle saddle knot on her hack heavy close built mare natural pacer and- does not trot The State pays S30 reward lot the capture and conviction of the thief Any information leading to her recovery will he gratefully re ceived by her owner JunzllT01I1EJt SiHAflElt- dec2T2W BttttonXy Bronze Turkeys For Sale Full blooded bronze Turkey gobblers ThomasBaldwinMat Cohens Luck iCohennumber that drew the big dol I at Craig Rockers so Dr J W Bryant us No1 or the nearest to it was to get the prize and Mr Cohen had No1 They sold 224 tickets for it Back at Old Stand On Monday Jan S I will resume the grocery business at my old stand on i cbnd street two doors from Adams Express office I wilt keep a flrstclosa stock of jiooils and ask a fair share of the public patronage T A CHEXAULT Lest Between Government building and Mack Millers residenceon Main street Thursday December 28 a leather pocket book containing about 8 or S10 money A liberal reward will be paid fur return of sane to CLIMAX or It P MoCoun janStf Red House Ky A FAIR OFFS I will fill any order for you at the jewelrylinecity Selected from anybodys cata logue that you may lie thereby saving you expense of ordering Respectfully janSlyr DP AUMEU Commissioners at Work lion John Bennett Capt P P Bal lard and excouncilman G G Prewitt composing a commission appointed by the United States District Court went to Valley View last week to condemn land for building the new lock and dams in the Kentucky river at that point A County Board of Health Dr J M Povntz President or the County Board of Health lately resigned andsuggested to the State Hoard the following physicians to compose the soarDrlie Uo3oy Union Guy Dr Ira B Ofd ham Kirksviile Can ba Found at Bennett House Mr And Mrs Malcolm M MJHer have moved into the Bennett residence two doors east of the postolllce and are running smoothly otto of the finest private boarding houses in the state Mrs Miller provides an abundant and delightful table and starts off with a nice lot of boarders Young Lady Answered A young ladyol this county mailed to the famous chronologist Col S M Duncan of Nicbolisville a request for some historical facts concerning time Uoers of South Africa Col Duncan tins prepared an interesting paper and sent it to the CLIMAX fort publication in our next issue Lookout for it Jewelry Store Moved Mr L E Lane the popular Second street jewelry will on January 1 move his jewelry business into the Jennings store room on Iaiu street between the Richmond National Bank and White A Gibsoiiu Mr H G Kent will also move his fine selection of pianos and organs intosame building janlOSt News From Franklort Thss Daily State Democrat Frank forts new papor with full proceedings of the legislature each day and all the interesting inside political goesip of this momentous session will be sent you the entire session for one dollar cash rieinl dollar bill check or order at inure to Kentucky State Democrat400 Main street Frankfort Kv High Prices Thirty Years Ago Here are pome prices of 1SG76S taken from an old copy of the Carlisle Mer curyFlour soiling at 18 perbarrel bacon llcts blue grass seed 2 00 per bushel coal oil 00 cents a gallon canned peaches JO 00 per dozen molasses S150 per gallon indigo 225 per pound wheat 250 per bushel hemp 210 pel ton corn t5 cents per bushel Work Well Done During the holidays the business of the Adams Express Company was un usuilly large but it was attended to without a hitch or a jar by tim accomplished polite popular and obliging agent Col Freii GriusteaJ and his stalwart assistant Capt John Edwards lhe smallest package they handled was a diamond dew drop and the largest a GdOponiul steer destined for Texas Both readied their destinations in coed order right side up with care This Sounds Good BFSINESS JIAXAOSII CLIMAX Enclosed find draft for 160 snbEcrip tion for the year 1JOO for your most ex cellent paper The CMMAX lies n warm welcomo in the Price home and we look eagerly each week for the news from ouo old Kentucky home through the columns of the CLIMAX Wisliiiii you and yours a merry Christ nuts atul a happy new year I am Very respectfully yours Mns Jons M PmcE Dec 13 3899 Atchison Ken Jack Freeman Moves Jack Freeman who is as well and favorably known a3 the great and only Douglas shoes for which lie is sole agent for thin county has moved into ttieTodd storeroom next door to the ieadYtois longer Avuler higher brighter oJoler warmer aud much more convenient than the old stand on First street Friends of the family are invited to attend from 7 a in to 10 pxactly Another Editor on a Carrel Mr T C Adams editor of the Pan tnglaph just assigned storekeeper gauger at K E Millions distillery at toxtown will now try to give lila readers an exhibition of a wonderful bare back performance endeavoring to stride a whiskey and a journalistic tripod at one and the same time If Mr Adams survives this wonderful stretch of mind and muscle he will have surpassed two of his predecessors on the Pautagraph who tried the same feat but are now holding down some what similar positions in the revenue service Mr been a party man and deserved the bestin Jus party a gift ahd this assignment is we hope- pnlya stepping stone to a and in rebeflttin reward be a Son of Toil amid the worlds turmoil to hustle every clay and thats not funny Still qs through this life you go all joys here below IiDependon WHAT YOU GET FOR YOUR MONEY 61V been and line Richmond n regarding Another Cowboy Preacher Goes Wrong Those who remember J K Rice tho cowboy preacher who with a woman styled the Mountain Maid preached on the streets here some years ago maybe interested in a dis from Parkersburg W Va saying Rice hud been picked up in a gutter there dead drunk with plenty of cash and jewelry on his person Tho couple will requested to leave town Judge Scotts Decision Upheld In a Big Case The appeal on motion to reinstate the attachment in the case of Asher Hensley vs Southern Lumber Co was argued before Chief Justice Ilazelrigg JudgeScottswent This is the Southern Lumber Cos second triumph in the case Time Company was represented at Frank fort by J A Sullivan and Judge Beck nero Asber Cos lawyers were T Lewis Edelen of Frankfort anti Mr Faulkner of Barbourville The Legislative Contest Tho contest of W W Combs for the LegIslatureCombs attorney Hon R II Crook examined a score of witnesses who averred that about 20 Democrats failed to vote in Biggerstaff owing to the lack of ballots Many other points claimed to be of value to the contestant were veryhopefulto rightful possession of the seat to which Mr Harris was given the certifi cate Married in Cincinnati A genuine surprise was given their friends hero when a telegram came an nouncing the marriage of Mr J D Mike Allen a recent student of C U and Miss Birdie ariug tho accom pushed and popular laughter of Mr and Mrs J W Zaring of this city xemplarsplJnged mother and quite wealthy lIe and his bride will reside at Carlisle and thither go tho well wishes of their many friends It is our best wish that the new home and surroundings of time bride mav he over as bright and happy as those sIte always had here She was the only daughter the idol of her par ents and the companion and confidant of her duvoted brothers Few girls are blessed with the extreme measure of love from parents and brothers as this young lady enjoyed May her married life be such that she never have cause to repine The Climax Acknowledges the Corn AVe acknowledge receipt of an un signed article in n feminine hand which takes the CLIMAX to task for boastine pliylully of its value as a wcddinc gift to young men about to marry The unknown writer copies our article underscores our words of selfpraise and then makes us contra diet ourselves by attaching a saloon advertisement cut from another column of the CLIMAX and these quotations follow ny their fruits ye shall know them hA good tree cannot bring forth evil fruit No man can servo two man againstitselfevery city or house divided against itself shall not stand A little leaven leavcneth the whole loaf To our unknown critic we confess our utter confusion hoist as we are on our own petard What shall we say since helpless yet we are Heaven may forgive a crime to penitence nut heaven can It penitence be true II Madison Darkey Killed in Clark The Winchester papers give this ac count of the probable murder of Robt Tcvis of this county whose body was brought here last Wednesday for burialAs tho east bound passenger train stopped at Pine Grove Tuesday night Muse Million a man informed the people present that the train had killed a man on the trestle a few hun tired feet further on On being request ed to go back with a party he refused saying he was in a hurry and must in form tho dead mans family He then disapreared and has not been seen since On investigation Bob Tevis was found under the trestle with two wounds in the forehead his skull being crushed lie newer recovered con sciousness and died in a few hours The wounds were of such a nature that the train could not have reasonably in flicted them and Million was suspected of tho crime as the two men had been together for several days Coroner Wills held an inquest yes terday morning and tho jury after hearing tho testimony returned a verdict stating their belief that the Million negro killed Tevis Time body was brought to this city and In the afternoon was shipped to Sam Tevis tho father of the dead oman at Richmond Both Tevis anti Million were Madison county negroes but had been about Pine Grove for a day or two Million has been lodged in the Richmond Jail School Entertainment It may not be uninteresting to some of our readers to know ot tho closing of the Hickory Plain public school district No 32 on Monday Do comber 25 taught by the veteran ped agogne J W VauWlnkle- The program which is as as follows was well rendered by as bright a lot of girls and as are usually found in our country schools Song Nearer My God to thee PrayerC A Vanwinkle Babe of Bethlehem 16 Pupils Song America Address of Welcome ITaggio Lee Adams Motion Recitation 1 Joys LittleTongue Lawrence Adams MaupinTheBoys Composition Willard Adams The Farmer 5 bovs Itattle of the BonesThIrd Readers DoKies Turn Mattie Bongo A School Girls Troubles 4 girls What They SaJ Everett Adams The Dead Doll Pearl Adams Song Battle Hymn of the Repub tic Now I Lay Mo Down to Sleep Maggie Lee Adams Little Nells prayerAnnie Adams Advertisement of an Honest Rum seller Miss Maude Adams Curfew Shall not Ring Tonight Miss Maggie Adams- A Story of Human Life Miss Liz zit Maupitu Which Are You OnlissPattio Maupid Several good pieces had to be omitted Ion account of unavoidable AbsencE presumably Excellent music bJ Messrs Moody and sp IouIahiani L i NOTICE Public sale of franchises for Electric Lights Electric Street Railway Water WorksBe ordained by the Board of Trus thatIhouse Irvine Ky between the hours publiclyFranchises or Privilege for any or all the below mentioned purposes for a term not exceeding 20 years a motion to and for said purpose having been previously made before and to said hoard to build operate and maintain Electric Street Railway Electric Light and Power Plant Water Power Plant and Works with piping and hydrants upon across and through the streets ot said town so as not to interfere with the public and convenient use thereof The said board of trustees shall canse to be published for four consecutive weeks in some newppaper of general circulation this advertisement for the privilegesThetered into between purchaser or purchasers and said town to be made known and entered into on the day of sale Time said Trustees reserving the right to reject any and all bids Given under our hands this 18th Hay of December 1899 S L TUDOR Chairman Secydec2i4tOf Interest to Older Citizens Sketch of Archibald Woods Sr publishedWoods Sr one of the pioneers of Mad ison county one of its first Justices Commissioners and Magistrate who presided at the court that changed time Amonghispertons Gu odlocs Millers Wallaces Knvenanghs etc by whom this narra tive should be carefully preserved It is but a scrap as it were rom man uscript volume dating back to tile thirteenthcentury in possession of Judge Jno D Goodloe Whites Station Madison county Ky This sketch will doubtless be read with interest not only by the descendants of Archibald Woods Sr but will prove 01valuo to Col Duncan of Nicholasville whose inexhaustible knowledge of general an cestral history renders him of invaiua ble service to those wishing to trace back their lineage On the Battleship Kentucky Time Harrodsburg Democrat says that Mr Tom Bigger who for sometime has been at Newport News studying the duties of an electrician is assisting to battleshipKentuckytwirler of C Us team last vear and made an enviable reputation in athletics as well as in his classes The battleship Kentucky will be for sea shortly and will be com yardriireeduty on board the Kentucky They are Capt C M Chester who command the battleship Lieutenant Commander Karl Jlohrer the executive officer and Lieut Martin Bevington who will be at departmentIttain U S N hero on sick leave will beasslgned to the Kentucky Ho has lately been teaching mathematics at the Naval Academy but years of experience on the sea gave him a taste for salt water that will not be satisfied by the lite of a land lubber Mrs Arbuckle Reports the Poultry Show at Nicholasville Editor of Climax Since our neighbor town has shown so much enterprise in the thoroughbred chicken business as to get up and put through two good Poultry Shows the last one I recently attended and learned a great deal I have decided to give our readers a few items there from First comes Class No 1 the Barred Plymoth Rock which always has the largest number of birds of tiny variety on exhibition at every show Mr John W Tanner of Paris Ky carried off twothirds of the ribbons as he did last January at Louisville he had 12 birds of this one kind breeth no otherMr 1tV Shele of NiclioJasville had on exhibition Silver L Wyan doites White Plymoth Rocks Buff Wyandottes White Buff and Brown Leghorns Houdans B B Red Game Bantams White Wyandottes Mr Shelev in one of the Covenanters and a reliable poultry crank Father Bealer the Catholic Irlest of Nicholasville had grand Langshans black and white he pays especial at tention to the blacks they are wonders He is a member of the Executive Com mittee and renders valuable he is a petsVbeautiful single comb Brown Leghorns There were numbers of others exhibit gentlemenM Downing of Lexington liau a large lot of birds on exhibition Buried and White Rocks Buff and White Wyandotte Indian Hunuer timid Pekiu Ducks also MommothBronzo Turkeys He got a number of premiums his cousin F H Downing had very high scoring Buff Wyandottes Mr Ed Dietrich of Nleliolasville lad Golden Wyandottes and White jangshans K D Porter o tlizlville bad Black Liangshaus Mr K S Trimble of North Middle town had the premium Silver Laced Wyandottes he had 12 on exhi bition that were grand ones Messrs W P Smith and It V Har ris both of Nicholasville bad good S Ti WvandottesR of Lancaster hall his fine Black Minorcas wlthlat and got the blue ribbon and Mr bicilaylor of gamesMrof Cornish Indian Games This is apart of what J saw and learned Why may not Madison county have a good show Let us agitate time matter bytimiecolumns We heel moved to say that Madison county with but little exertion on the part of her chicken fanciers could take front rank in this important paying industry Mrs Arbuckle deals IYlJ1oth Rocks exclusively and keeps a standing advertisement in the CLIMAX and hopes others will take an interest in the profitable business She adds this ThenOn who conduct these shows say they brio thousands of dollars into i the county Itwotrid beagrost help tour people to leara more the tboremghbred ckkktr MIl puh the is tllillWYliIDOtC IIII e 6SUCCESSORS TO JWALLACE RICE t DIED WITHOUT PAIN Mr John Smith of Richmond Ky largejawdid not know it consequently the death was without pain His tooth then commenced to ache and his face began to swell he went at once to Dr Hobson and he filled the tooth at once the tooth though deadis as good now as ever and Mr Smith is eating his meals on it three times a dayand a tooth like this will last from 10 to 20 painMOBAL ache or uptodntoHobson next door to PO Richmond KySolid gold teeth 550 Teeth ex tracted 25 cents Examination free Office open at night All work guar anteed If the Ice is Thick Enough This Song Will Be Heard With buckled toe and with buckled heel She speeds along on the shining steel And the twang of the blade on the ice blue stream dreamimoan In a sighing whispering undertone And so my heart with a quickening sigh Makes moan when she like a bird skims by passes me bythen I curse my fate And 1100 go out on a little skate II M Saumerig Doncasterp3ngland a town of 25000 population has an annual incomo of 150000 from the rent of municipal lauds YOUiP LiverWill be roused to its natural duties and your biliousness headache and constipation be cured if you take Hoods PillsSold by all druggists 25 cents The white woman is the only person who has ever borne time white mans burden with commendable patience and intelligence Persons who lead a life of exposure are subject to rheumatism neuralgia and lumbago will find a valuable rem edy in Ballards Snow Liniment it will banish pains and subdue inflammation Price 25 and 50 cents Perry and Thomas jan3lm Buffalo ami Pittsburg have the distinction of being the only cities in this country to maintain scientific botanical gardens In pulmonary trouble the direct ac tion of Coussens Honey ol Tar upon the throatchest and lungs immediately arrest the malady by relieving the distress cutting the phlegm and free ing the vocal anti breathing organs Price 25 and 50 cents lerry and Thomas jan34m There are too many marriageable girls who are more proficient at paint jug water colors than darning socks A puny child is always an anxiety to the parents There seems generally no reason why the little one should be weak when it is so well fed But the fact is that it does not matter how much food the child takes if the stomach can not extract the nourishment from it No benefit can be derived from just eating That is the condition of many- a sickly child The stomach anti or gans ot digestion and nntriction are not doing their work and the body is really starving It is little use to give fish foods like cod liver oil or emulsions in such a case because these also hiavo to he digested they may lighten the but dont strengthen it Strength is what the stomach needs Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery strengthens the stomach nourishes the nerves and in creases the action of the blood making glands It is superior to every other for childrens use on ac qualitiesawhiskycant Pellets are a valuable aid when the bowels are irregular They are small Children them readily Berlin Germany is to construct an underground railway costing 25000 010 The worst after effects of Influenza arise from deranged functions of the liver Clear the blood at once with Herbine for it will strengthen the 1ivpf to withdraw from circulation the biliary poisons Price 50 cents lerry Thomas jan1HmI A 30000000 calico trust has been organized iu Free Trade England Bad llMl Oare Free Eating Sores Tumors Ulcers Can cer of the Nose Eye Lip Ear Neck Breast Stomach Legs or Arms are all curable by B B B Botanic Bloog Balm which is made especially to cure all terrible Blood Diseases Persistent Sores Blood and Skin Blem ishes Sciofula that resist other treatments are quickly cured by B B B Botanic Blood Balm Skin Eruptions Pimples Red Itchisig Eczema Scales Blisters Red or Brown Patches Blotches Catarrh Rheumatism etc are all due w bad blood and hence easily cured by B B B Syphilitic Blood Poison literally driven from time system by B B B Blood Balm in one to live month BBB does not contain ivegetableor miaeral poison Ono hot le will test it in any case For sate by druggists everywhere Large bottles lit six for5 Bond for a free sample bottle which wilt Wi sent by return rlbesrmptomsWill be given Ad4fet Blood Balm Co- 3gMkcMllbr Aita Ga jl1ly171 I I f OLD SANTA CLAUS AT THE DUST Off CASHSTORI At this season of the year everybody is interested in HOLIDAY GOODS You all want a present of some kind for some body In addition to our immense stock of Staple and Fancy Dry Goods and Notions we have added a complete assortment of Fine Holiday Goods Toys Handsome Dressing Cases 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 it is a side line with us and we only carry the line for the accommodation of our manyCustomers We have just closed a cloak deal with one of the Largest Cloak Factories in the Queen City whereby we purchasectevery Garment in the entire factory amounting to about Ten Thousand Dollars worth We divided this lot between our three stores Richmond Mt Sterling and Georgetown 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 any than we can possibly help If you need Ladies Fine or Coarse Shoes Chil Tens 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 I 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 overflowing with good GIVE US A CALL faDe ft laxvs Sow Sd Gvft ow Roo GET IN THE BAND WAGON FOLLOW THE CROWD AND GET YOUR SHARE OF THE GOOD THINGS AT THE BUSY BEE VERY RESPT WeII OLIJIIAifl COMPANY RICHMOND MT STERLING AND GEORGETOWN Tablets Buckeye Pile Ointment is tho only remedy for blind bleeding or protruding piles Indorsed by physic inns cures the most obstinate cases Price 50c in bottles Tubes 75c Perry A Thomas janSlra Ohio now boasts that there are not ono hundred silk hats in the State It has been demonstrated repeatedly in every State in the Union and in ninny foreign countries that Chamber lains Cough Remedy is a certain preventive and cure for croup It has became the universal remedy for that disease M V Fisher of Liberty W Va only repeats what has been said around the globe when he writes I have used Chamberlains Cough Remedy in my family for several years and always with perfect success We believe that it is not only the best cough remedy but that it is a sure cure for croup It has saved the lives of our children a number of times This remedy is for sale by Perry and Thomas jau3 ml At Ihlrtv marriage is a feast at forty its the bill Coughs and colds come uninvited but you can quickly get rid of them with a few doses of Coussens Honey of Tar Price 25 and 50 cents Perry Thomas jan3lni Many an innocent little darling is suffering untold agony and can not explain Its troubles Mark our childs symptoms you may find it trouuled with worms gives its Whites Cream Vermifuge and restore it to quietness and health Price 25 cents Perry Thomas jan3lm Shrewdness not industry grasps time wealth of the nation Having a Great run on Chrraberlains Cough Remedy Manager Martin of tho Pierson drug store informs us that ho is having a reat run on Chamberlains Cough Remedy He sells five bottles ot that medicine to one of any other kind and it gives great satisfaction In these davs of la grippe there is nothing like Chamberlains Cough Remedy to stop the cough heal up the sore throat and lungs and gives relief within a very short time sales are growingnnd all who try it aro pleased with ita- promptactlonSouthern Chicago Dally Calumet Perry and Thomas jan3lm New York City spends 10000 per year for municipal band concerts Take time by the forelock If your Wood is out of order begin taking Hoods SarsaparilU at cnce and prevent serious illness and Eczema and smartinginci Is instantly allayed by Eye and Many very bad cases cured by it It is for itching piles and a for sore nipples chilblains frost bites es 22 cts per box Pcwdcrs ore needs when in bad blood purifier and are not food but best in use to put a condition Price 25 so much what a what he is able to he knows Fits Wear H from the conse bloodhave boils sores if your food you suffer from catarrh you are the one who exactly Sarsnpatilla make your It salt rheum scrof iitf ilvRtioDKin lAtarrh j health all liver ills Non DorntTcttcr 3 TO BE HAPPY 4 4 lsttibe free from colds aha damp only C 1 preventativesis went of the X I B eiorIjockfl I I aLL2 U 4I U Y OiOQOOOO i W5 Uavo TInll th wb What we Eat Is intended to nourish and sustain us but it must be digested anti assimila ted before it can do this In other words the nourishment contained in i i dilJetiveand must be carried by thebl00J toall parts of the body We believe the rea son for tho great benefit which so many people derives from HooOs Sarsaparilla lies in the fact that this medicine gives good digestion nnt makes pure rich blood It restores time functions of those organs which convert food into nourishment that gives strength to nerves and muscles It also cures dyspepsia scrofula salt rheum boils sores pimples and eruptions catarrh rheumatism i and all diseases that l their origin in impure blood jlimiiDemocrats iu the Seventh district will erect a monument to memory of the late Evan Settle I want to let the people who suffer 4 from rheumatism aud sciatica know ihnt Chamberlains Pain Balm relieved me after a number of other medicines and a doctor had failed It is the best lini ment I have ever known ofJ A DOdgen Alpharetta Ga ThiousaimlsI1have been cured rheumatism by this cIremedy One application relieves tho pain For sale by Perry andIThomas jan3lm ti- 5 Clr Ill t OOI MADE eY 1JE MANSS L SHOE MFG0 0 l We are the authorized agents for these TWO 1jBQPKESbacked by the Manufactory any other rg agents are rauduleiit and backed by nothing DOUGLAS BRIGHT CO aor WEST MAIN STREET ri fr-f t LA w 71 f7r 10VJ A i T ici11 Ij r 1 fw it tCALLAT r dt l I SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWNi r f Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found I in the city are dispensed by upto ate and accommo dating clerks Genuine Saratoga Water Kept oo Tap ir Phone 3 Second St RICHMOND KT R tttn wr trr FOR WEAK MEN Tho treat French Remrdy Is within easy reach of every American It attn powerfully end quickly Ken Man Physically Perfect Is tho mult of 30 d uso cl Young men 7ftt regain tIIelr lost manhood and OhtIen- recover their youthful visor It fits ono for business Ftndr cr nrrlare REGENER3 It the treatest llentee ever toll h this ounlrr Can in vest poctrt UymallSICO pet Ivx or six for C3CO vie eherrfulh non l noncr vhr ro etx iMir Co not rct n cere Circulars free Address the Anjcrlcan oQce ot BORDLIOX rSSLI CO e fTZFor sale by Perry t Thomas septl3ly r t 135 U ECONOMIST RANGES r H CQIJI z f tI1 0z tIlru UJ IRoofing Guttering and Gene al Job Work LAUDE MTH DESIGNS TRADEMARKS COPYRIGHTS 4 4ADVICENotice in Inventive Age flookJiowIoobta1n1tentsChargei is secured I k AddreesE ff EQUAL TO ANY EMERGENCY Tin man U wlio ls a o l sound re lialiln carrittxtt under him He cnn rtl MKUiire in the nought that when he IIHS one of our welt iiimlf reliable pluetons carrin ee runabouts whale hUH Kpwetlora or row iirlB that Imo what may on Ihe rUI his wnoii never will give way W have one of the finest stocks of road wagons rocka ways and rtihbertirfil lniLtrics iu Jtich moud JOHN DONELSON Propr Kentucky Carriage Works a a v 1 w7J- ACTS GENTLY ON THE DNEYSLIVERAND CLEAN5E5TH E 5VSTEM DI5PLOVERCOMEJpI 4BITIJAL PERMANENTLY ITS B NEPIGIAL fffECTS BVT TMt GtMUINtMA4D flY g 1tRNI Ir2esc6tiX9c IG rca siz tya oi6 ru so fu nu- JanSly Our Goods AND Our prices Compel you to trade with us when you give us a trial itlm ffim Wlli ID ra mQnnID IDm jmID The ladies cannot be deceh ed by catchy phrases nor bombastic claims All we have to say is we buy in the best markets of the world select the latest goods and when you buy you know you have the latest uptodate goods Is that what you want If so trade with Wnit AND GiDSOn SDR CALDWELLSN KodolDyspepsia Digests what you eat aidsNaturestructing the exhausted digestive or digestantcan approach It In efficiency It In permanentlycurcsDyspepsia Flatulence Sour Stomach Nausea imperrectdigestlonPrepared For sale byPerry Thomas c c3TQ Sko- jj to ascertain its condition you may find that a homeIiiiM- FFti i C mFor heating or cooking we can please you haveII gig HEATMAKING APPARATUS S Ono of the ACORN RADIATOR at our price 1Gi is certainly bargain talk that ivill make L1 walk toward our store ITAYLOR BROS CATARRH CAN BE CUR- EDMURDOCKS CATARRH CURE IT GOES TO EVERY PART SURE SAFE AND PLEASANT 4 has the medical fraternity sought a reliable and sure crre for Catarrh In this eodeavormanyundredsofnostrumshaabeenofferedtonsufferfognbU and the health of thousands have been completely ruined by them compounds the worst forms of Dyspepsia Sprays and ointments ere also worthless as it laImpoaslble10 reach the aHected parts in this manner MnrdOCtB Catarrh CUre U a new and scientific areparatlon and is to be smoked In a pipe thereby the tames and smoke going over the entire system affected by the disease It 8UItime No matter bow little you are affected dont delay treatment Catarrh comes often from juatasq WE ONLY A3K A TRIAL TO CONVINCE Mailed to any address pro pal on receipt of price Put vp in tin boccet 100per box MURDOCK CORK Oor irwitmntforSO days Atiwtau Ge M14f tk ji HISTORIC ANCESTOR ARCHIBALD WOODS SR OF MADISON COUNTY KY Archibald Woods known in after life astSenior to distinguish him from a son of that name who was a prominent lawyer of Madison county Ky was the fourth son of Col William Woods otVirgmla and Susanah Val lace his wife He was born in what is now Alhemarle county Va OH the 27th of January 1749 and was married on the 5tb of August 1773 to Miss Mourning Shelton a daughter of Wisp Shelton and Lucy Harris Lucy Harris being the daughter of Major Bobert Harris and Mourning Glenn and Robt Harris the son of William Harris and Temperance Overtoil Wm Harris was the only sun of Robert Harris an immigrant from Wales in 1651 9 who manicd the willow Rico nee Claiborne Temperance Overton was the daughter of William Overton and Mary Waters and William Overton was the sun of Col Overton who commanded a brigade ot Ironsides at Dun bar under Cromwell In 1774 Archibald Woods Sr moved to Monroe county Va being then a resident of Montgomery county Va He entered tile military service of the United States as Captain ol Vir ginia militia and at once set out from what is now Monroe county Va un der Col Russell on a march of 200 miles to the relief of Fort Watauga This expedition lasted about six weeks and the return march was hastened by an express bringing the intelligence that the Shawnee Indians had corn menced hostilities On reaching home he found the people forted and he was placed in command of the fort and local defenses until sprint After this except during intervals of inclement winter weather he was almost constantly employed in the frontier defensesfirst under Col Samuel Lewis then under Col Andrew Donnelly and lastly un der Col James Henderson until after the surrender of Cornwallis in 1781 He then surrendered his commission as Captain of Virginia militia to the Greenbriar county court ai d never saw afterward He first came to Kentucky in De cember 1781 lIe returned to Virginia in February 1782 and removed with his family to Estill Station Madison county Kyin the fall of that year The next year 1783 he made his first Ken tucky crop on Pumpkin Run where he had contracted with Col Estill for 400 acres of land including a spring repre sented to be everlasting but the spring going dry that year the contract with Cot E till was cancelled and in January 1784 he bought land on Dreaming Creek a few miles north ot the present site of Richmond where he built Woods Fort and there lived between 25 and 2G years The first land he bought in Madison county is described by him in a deposition as 1000 acres of us good land as any in the Estill Sta tion survey and the price paid for it was a rifle gun The original commission of Patrick Henry governor of Vireinia appoint d him with nine others Gentlemen Jus tices of the Peace for Madison county Ky to take effect August lli85tho natal day of that countyIs still pre served iu the possession of Judge Wm Chenault of Richmond Ky The same document also appoints the same persons Gentlemen Commissioners of Oyer and Terminer with full juris diction to try and punish slaves for all penal and criminal offenses including the infliction of capital punishment AT THE FOUNDING OF RICHMOND lie was still a magistrate in 1798 and as such voted for the removal of the county seat from Old Town or Mill ford and presided at the court that es tablished and named the town of Rich mond making it the county seat and became one of its first Trustees He was appointed sheriff of Madison coun ty May 4 1801 After a long litigation and possession of a quarter of a century he was finally evicted of his home and laud on Dreaming Creek in a suit brought by one Patrick and Delng disgusted with the landlaws of Kentucky that in the afternoon of his Ufa took from him his home and the bulk of his estate on a mere technicality he moved with his family in the fall of 1809 to Williamson county on Beans reek middle Ten nessee In that State his wile Mourn ing Woods died September 7 1817 aged 61 years and 8 months On January 30 1818 ho married Dorcas Hen derson and lived for a time in Franklin county Tenn This marriage proved a very unhappy one and a separation having occurred he returned to Madi son county Ky in 1820 In January 1833 being then a feeble old man of 84 years and wellnigh stripped of his property he filed an application at Washington for a pension for military service in the war of Independence and was promptly granted a pension of 480 per annum to date from March 4 1831 But for the affidavits of him self and witnesses then living in this application and the pension no docu mentary proof could now be had of his military service except the Virginia military land warrant He died De cember 13 1836 aged 87 years 10 months and 17 days at the residence of his son Archibald Woods Jr Fort FOR MANY I WQmEN r ITH kIWEDDIM l RIMO 15 BUt A LINK OF A CHAIN OF IAND JtISERYDR I FAVORITE WE5CWPTIOH I BREAKS TillS CHAIN AND KAIC3JS I WEAK WOMEN STRONO- tIS wOMlNW L4 Estill Madison county Ky Archibald Woods Sr was a fine specimen of the oM Virginia gentleman He maintained his carriagCB horses and driver np to lila death lie was rv roan Qf marked intelligence great personal pride and dignity The hospitality of his home was proverbial and his life public and prjvnle was pitched on the highest ideals of manhood and patriot ism CAPERTOX GOOIlLOK His eldwt child Iuc Wuols married Wui Cnpertou and they areralll parents of Col JIUIIPB W Cnpi rton of Richmond Ky lila tiiird child Susan Woods nianlfil Wiu Uoudluo of Mad ison county among whose dtcendanta are many wollknowu citizens of Madi son and other counties There were ten children in all most of whom were married and raked fans lifts but a few words about the niccr tors of Archibald Woods SrA and some collaterals may be of more general interest WOODS FAMItY Ill the army of Oliver Cromwell which Invaded Ireland in 1649 thee was an English trooper by the name of Woods who was so well pleased with the country that he finally settled in that Island and made his home in county Meath He had a son John Woods who married Elizabeth Warsup whose pedigree runs back to Adam Loftus Archbishop of Dublin and Lord Chancellor of Ireland born in York shire England in 1534 John and Elizabeth Woods had at least five children towit Michael James William Andrew and Elizabeth Michael Woods the oldest was born in 1631 and married Miss Mary Campbell of the Scottish Clan Campbell of Argy leshire Scotland Elizabeth Woods married Peter Wallace of the Scotch Clan Wallace and about 1726 all five of the above named children of John Woods who were then probably all heads of families immi grated to America They stopped about 8 years in Pennsylvania and then settled in Virginia and North Carolina Michael Woods acquired and improved a very fine estate which he named Blair Park and which became widely known as the Barony including Woods Gap now Jarmons Gap in Goochland now Albemarle county Va and lived there until his death in 1762- Michael and Mary Woods had nine or ten children towit William Michael Jr James Johnand Andrew Magdalen Martha Hannah and Margaret Magdalen Woods married in Pennsylvania John McDowell and from them decended the famous Surgeon Dr Ephraim McDowell of Danville Ky and the late Maj II C Mc Dowell of Lexington Ky The other three daughters Martha Hannah and Margaret married respectively their first couslnsPeter Jr William and Andrew Wallace all sons of Peter and Elizabeth Wallace These three couples are the progenitors of hundreds of Wal laces now scattered over the Union Gen Lew Wallace author of Ben Hur and etc is one of them and Judge Caleb Wallace of the first Ap pelate Court of Kentucky was also a decendent of Peter and Elizabeth Wal lace John Woods married Susanah Anderson and had a numerous prog eny composing many of our best citizens in this and adjacent counties Mr Clarance Woods of the CLIMAX decends from Michael Woods Jr William Woods the eldest son of Michael and Mary Woods was born at the castle of Duushanglin Ireland in 1705 He acquired a large estate in Albemarlo and adjacent counties in Virginia and took an active part in the Colonial Wars holding the rank of Col onel At one time he conveyed negroes and 7200 acres of land to his cousin CupL McDowell He married Susanah Wallace and bad seven sons and two daughters towit Adam Peter Archibald the subject of our sketchJohn Andrew Michael han- nah and Elizabeth Peter Woods married Inol Kavenaugh was a pioneer Baptist preacher in Madison county Ky where he lived many years then moved to Tennessee and then to Boone county Missouri Hannah Woods married Williams Kavenaugh brother to the wife of Peter Woods They also came to Kentucky and settled in Madi son county Ky at a very early date and are tho grandparents of H H Kavenaugh a very prominent Bishop cf the Methodist church Elizabeth Woods married first Philemon Kav enaugh another brother to the wife of Peter Woods Philemon Kavenaugh died in Virginia and his widow came to Kentucky with her brothers Archibald and Peter Woods Hero she married second Thomas Shelton brother to the wife of Archibald Woods and a pioneer Baptist preacher of Madison county Sho had by her first husband William Woods Kavenaugh who married Elizabeth Miller parents of the lato Mrs John W Walker and Mrs James G Denny of Garrard coun ty and Nancy Kavenaugb who married Benjamin Estill By her second husband Thomas Sholton who was killed by the Indians in the wildernessI between Kentucky and 1794 she had three daughters Susan Betsy and Lucy Shelton who married respectively Thomas Read Richard Moberly and Johnatban Estill Join D GOODLOE Whites Station Ky NOTE It will be observed that the author of the above modestly omits mention of himself I take the liberty of inserting here the fact that he the Hon John D Goodloe is a native of Boyle county and is one oi the most worthy discendeuts of Archibald Woods Sr The ashes of many of his ancestors rest in Madison county both his grandfathers Wm Goodloe and John Duncan three greatgrandfathers Archibald Woods Sr Galen White and Benjamin Duncan and one great greatgrandfather Harry White who died in 1821 aged 87 years and lies buried on Col John D Harris place not more than 350 yards from the old burnt house I have examined the volume in Judge Goodloes possession from which the foregoing article was compiled and for the benefit of the numberless dlscendsnts of the Woods Goudloes etc will say that this volume contains data secured alter great labor in both Englaudand America and it would be well tcfhaveit printed in enduring form for if it is misplaced valuable records will be forever lost Kav CLIMAX J Bismarcks irwi Nerve spleidldbealthdons e ejj atom1rtdaeysoat of order you want tlieaeqiMlj tiM and tho success they bring use Dr 3iee New LlfrilJs They tie p eis posi 1IIfMMi Hd o1t s p4 lmt er- II i p- jcii 1 A New York ihyskiI His Patient to Take Udia E pinkhams Vegetable Compound unit TO ins rinxBAic rxsjo DEAR WHS PnrenAM Ihave three children and suffered with falling of the womb and flooding My physician scraped the womb still the flooding continued and I was no better At last he advised me to use Lydia E PJnkhams Vegetable Compound Then I thought I would write to Mrs Pink ham for she could advise me better than any ono if I was to take her remedies I received her reply and followed all her directions and I am very glad to send yon this testimonial for Lydia E Hnkhams Vegetable Compound is just what it is recommended to be I advise all women who suffer from these complaints to try itMsiuxLop 108 2o AVE NEW YOBK Crrr A year ago I was a great sufferer from painful menstruation I could not lie down or sit down forth dreadful pain each month I wrote to you and took twelve bottles of Lydia E Pinkhama Vegetable Compound and it has helped me so I cannot find words to express my gratitude toward Mrs Pinkham I am today well and hearty Miss Join SAUL DoYEn CLARE Co Mien More than a million women have been helped by Mrs Finkhams adrici and medicine A STRICT STORY hIt is strange how a man can acquire a nickname said the hops liar of Brush Creek after a brief silence and those present had enjoyed a hearty laugh over his ice and mint cave which was up in the hills he said close by Nick Bosers moonshine stilt Now there is Jim Burnett known as laughing Jim May be yon dont know how he got his name I have know him from a boy np As a boy and up until he was tweutyflve ho was never known to laugh Many pranks and tricks were performed by the other boys In his presence to provoke Jim to laugh but he was always as grave looking as a preacher and nothing we could do would even bring a smile to his coun tenance Finally Jim took to fox hunting and got him a pack of hounds There never was a great supply of dog feed at Jims and the dogs were always hungry or looked so and wero ever smelling around for something to eat at home or at anyones else house It is about ten years back when Jim and his dogs went to old man Tim Mullins His hounds were smelling around for castaway victuals and one of them wandered in a side room and evidently scented something that ho want ed in a barrel that was sitting in the room Mr Mullins had filled this bar rel about half full of sorgn in molasses hadIeating all the molasses he could hold came out covered from head to tail with molasses The rest of the pack sprang at the one that had been in the barrel as if lie had been pound cake pitcticd to them and began to lick and bite the molasses from the hound one dog got him by the tail and two others bv each ear and began to pnaw him up iu a manner that brought forth piteous yelps Jim rushed out with old man Mullins in closo pursuit to see what the trouble was and to separate the doltS when there was his favorito dog literally covered with molasses and the other dogs licking and chewing him from head to foot The sight was so ridiculous that Jim for the first time in his life began to laugh and continued to laugh notwithstanding his favorite dog was being eateu idive right before him Old man Mullins enraged at the loss of a halt barrel of molasses let in on the whole pack with a club and thereby saved the life of the offender but he was minus two ears and a tail when the feast was over Jim is still laughing over the molasses dog His Life Was Saved Mr J E Lilly a prominent citizens of Hannibal Mo lately had a wonder ful deliverance froui a frightful death In telling of it ho sayshI was taken with Typhoid Fever that ran into Pneumonia My lungs becamo hard ened I was so weak I couldnt oven sit up In bed Nothing helped me I expected to soon die of Consumption when I heard of Dr Kings New Dis covery One bottle gave great relief I continued to use it and now am will and strong I cant say too much in its praise This marveloua medicine is the surest and quickest cure in the world for all Throat and Lung Trouble Regular size 50 cents and 100 Trial bottle free at Perry Thomas Drug- Store every bottle guaranteed 2 MKINLEY THEN FAVORED SILVER QOIOY IiiL Oct l1In replying to a letter asking him if the speech delivered iu this county recently by Joseph Roy Democratic candidate for Congress was the same as delivered by him in the United StatesSenate in 18X5 exSenator Ingalla says This extract has a familiar sound and aspect but as I have no collection or memorandum of anything I have ever spoken or written or that has been spoken or written about me I can not positively identify it I have said so many things I have forgotten and wish everybody else had that I hesitate to deny any imputation but it tho utterances are mine I should think they belonged to the epoch when McKinley Allison and the rest of iis Western Republicans were all in favr of bimetallism and the coinage of the silver dollar ciincerely yours Joux J IZOALLS The modern and most effective cure for constipation and all tb famous little pills known as Di PerryThomas Ji HIGHLIGHTS Occupation keeps us from thinking of what we would rather do People of tact never irritate a pessi mist by telling him helooks happy Woman likes man to smoke because then she gets a good conversational chance at him Tho Jl1sJlwbo has never dune any thing foolish should watch himself well until he is dead wOuttherIs going to din Be calm iu argument Iho other mart will then lose his head wondering why you dont get md The whole family feels lajuredwhen a wom Bwin 8 ho e from her aewin any1newIUJBm i k tss wilt ti WMMM MM 4wr wiffht ti a llj 1I i J HykrsDyspepscIa Tablets pleasant easy to take and give permanent re- UofSO days treatment Mailed on receipt of price MUBDOCK CURB Co nov29 ly Atlanta Ga NOVEL WAY TO SOBER THE TOPEIS CITY JUDGEOF HOPKINSVILLE PUBLISHES A LIST OF JRIATESI UOBKINSVILLE KY Dec 13 Spe cIalThis mornings South Kentuck ian says Judge Buck Leavell has created a big stir in town by preparing an inebriate list a copy of which he baa fur nished every saloon in town It is made up of those who have been ar ralgued in Police Court for drunken ness and is a lenthy roll of both whites and blacks The penalty is fW Hi o to icU to aii inebriate drink and the matter has created much comment The saloon men and the ineb isles ae loud in their complaints but Judge Leavell has taken a firm stand and says he menus to sob r up the town before Christmas One man who bought liquor for one of the listed men was prompt ly fined SoO and sent to the workhoube Saturday IThe saloon men are standing by the notice so far and some of the worst drunkards in town aro becoming as dry as a powderhorn Ono of the min- Isters of the city Sunday morning prayed that the Judge might be upheld in his efforts to stop drunkenness F B Thirkield Health Inspector of Cbicagosays Kodol Dyspepsia Cure can not be recommended too highly It cured me of severe dyspepsia It digests what you eat and cures indiges thin heartburn and all forms of dyspepsia Perry Thomas DO YOU WISH TO SUCCEED AS ASOLICITOR One of the largest department gives its book canvasser a list of Dont Some idea of their character may be had from these examples Dont forget to study your man and find his likes and weaknesses Dont forget that it is the right Mosaic sentences at the right time that tell- Dont forget that you are his social moral mental and physical equal and act so Dont forget that you must be en thused yourself if you would enthuse your man Dont forget to look directly into the eyes of your man then from the book to the man Dont forget that you must look at your man to convince him A look often clinches forceful statement Dont forget that a man never says No when your eyes are on his only whet your eyes avoid his Not all of them are so serious how ever as these extracts will show Dont forget to call your man by name repeatedlyDont the words extracts and selectionsDont away from your man the closer the better Dont forget that one smile is better than arguments L T Travis Agent Southern Ri R Selina Ua writes I can not say too CoughCurecharm The only harmless remedy that gives immediate results Cures coughs colds croup bronchitis and throat and lung troubles Perry and Thomas Worry ruins more business men than bad deals do CoughCuregrippeThoisandsprompt action to this never tailing croupbronchitisthroat and lung troubles Its early use prevents consumption It is the only harmless remedy that gives immediate results Perry fc Thomas A humorist is a man who can help being funny under any circumstances We refund lOcts for every package of PUTNAM ADE LESS DYE that fails to give gCoSearcy Waco Ky Thomas Adams Panola Ky ju3lm L A R R Time Table No1 Taking Effect Sun day November 19 1899 1st Class 2d Class EAST BOCJID Rri Ko 9 EzEnnExSnnExSnnAi5 Versailles 10 ZJ S 20 5 15 Nlcholasvil1e U 02 r 00 8 30 Valley View 11 26 7 35 7 55 Million II 41 7 00 9 00 Rlchmond 11 58 8 05 4 00 P M Unlon 12 13 10 00 Moberley 12 16 10 012 30 10 25 Panels 12 35 10 in Irvine 1 05 11 3S zro2 No4 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thanby the circulation of good sound Democratic newspapers The publisher of The Ohicago Dispatch will send a a copy of Th0 Chicago Dispatch from now until January 1 IDOl for 50 cents If you are not already taking this groat political weekly send in ten cents at once You should not only do this yourself but you should induce all your frieatk to with you By a little erect you en easily raise a club of ten or twenty subscribers The Chicago Diipttch is indorsed by William Jennings Bryan and other DesaoeMle leadees AtfafaM THIS CHICAGO DISPATCH mM IWTiflh AYMtoi viUtaoti U t f p4eospaspsspeupe Se Ssw esssafsSSgaasssss su r PLEASE LI4jlTRY I a t CANDY CATHARTICI JOe 25c SOc ysS S A Rubber Tire Factory Here Mr S L Midkiff has installed the first and only plant in the county for the construction and repair of rubber tires for vehicles and is turning out factory work at less than factory pries Ve examined his work and found it equal to any in service He will be pleased to exhibit his own factory work and quote prices He puts rubber tires on old wheels and the life of tho vehicle prolonged so that twice their cost is saved not to mention the comfort derived oct25if rho Queen Crescent is the shortest line South 20decU L NBW OF a 64445 AND NtB1 National Importune 5 444e4 ALONE Contains Both J Dailyby mail 56 a year Daily and Sunday by mail 8 a year THE SUNDAY SUN Is the greatest Sunday News paper in the World Price 5c a cop- yBymailS2ayear ADDRESS THE SUN NEW YORK N Y The Queen Crescent only 21 hours to New Orleans 20dec4t Z 0tjit tItrJrtISqtJ fit 1 2s midm5 tr ZiPtJ S I + 1 wJ J I o= 00000000 deadened 11oSo 5 cIeununnuni q 0rI= Id Irc 0 i IItJ 1 1 011Q 11- 4 j i 110 enIDO m 11JIw tigggIaq tt 21 SEES yl SOUTHERN RUUfiYIN KENTUCKY Schedule la effect NoY mb r 10 1899 XASTBOURtt NO Nai TN03 tT Loulnllle 74tam UOpm 743pm pmArLnreneeAr Vertalllet laitem 817pm 1004pm 1Q3OpmwLv Lexington 730am 48Spm 15am- Ar Versailles TiOam 46pm 53Sara Ar Larencebg 810am 543pm 5Kiam Ar 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orrJ ci c G1 4n U1 en cn LH a a asa 0IBOON MANKIN- DDTABLERS BUCKEYE DJcDJrr1r11a AUJJJ1 DRUGGISTS PILE Ii RiL CURE A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNALand EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBES BY MAIL 75 CENTS BOTTLES 50 CENTS JAMES F BALLARD Sole Proprietor 310 North Main Slresf ST LOUIS MO For sale by PERRY THOMAS Dru ffists J9151 Pittsburg Central Stock Yards EAST LIBERTY PA OFFER SUPERIOR ADVANTAGES TO SHIPPERS Yards have been enlarged and rearranged- It is the nearest point to the Eastern market BEST DISTRIBUTING POINT EAST OF INDIANAPOLIS for Balti more Washington Philadelphia New York and sill Eastern markets Good buyers always in attendance for export cattle and another kinds of stock Consignments for Commission firms given grompt attention PRIVATE EOSSB SALES EVERY WEEKDAY Simon ODonnell General Manager Madison Monumental Works ESTABLISHED 1863 JAMES T HAMILTON PKOPRIETOK Monuments Tombs Headstones Statuary and Foreign and American Marble and Granite FIRE WORK A SPECIALTY +Those who are contemplating buying Marble Granite or any kiwi of Cemetery Work will find it to their interest to call at the old stand in tho rear of the M E Church on Irvine Street where they will find constantly on Iwnd a large stock of finished work to polect from at prices to suit all classes of buyers trMn W G GOUOHER one of the best workmen in Central Kentucky is in charge of our establishment and this means satisfactory work in every pli ise Parties living at a distance should write to us for designs which will be furnished on application 1JtT YOUR PATRONAGE SOLIClTEDoQ JK2VYES T HHTVUUTON Proprietor i Hot Blast Peninsulai Doable Heater with Tea Kettle AttaCIHRCBtf e4 ++++++++++++++++ ++++ + + ++ 611SMOKE CONSUMING PARLOR FURNACE Air passes through registers in heavily guarded feed door into perforated + mixer fueldlzerring around top of heavy Ore pot then into fire Mixing the air with e insures ita durability UPOWERFUL FLOOR HEATER fire pot and radiator extends to outer casing forcing the intense beat from lower section of Stove down to the floor where meat required WILL HEAT ZOOM UPSTAIRS By attaching pipe ts Double neater Collar and eztcniUnt to register In floor If not used In that way heat is distributed to all parts of room and opening can be utilized as a tea kettle attachment in addition to griddle bole top FIRE CONTROLLED TO A DEGREE seatedSttedmounted on heavquck acting screws working in a detachable yoke and when J screw n not out pravsatlss breakage in use Call at the CASH HARDWARE HOUSE of 1tJYmchlly w = 0