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I1 II1uItj I a r jj j n i L TE RICHMOND t CLIMAX In VOLUME 26 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JJANUARY 10 1900j NUMBER 32 rr rWATCDESIs s a All Work Guaranteed 2ND STREET RICHMOND KY PRf SStONAL CARDS = AroM1Trs R E ROBERTS ATTORNEYATLAWI KICIIMOND KENTUCKY swOQice over Olinlax Office with Jas n Sic Kreary Second Street 1RMILLER ATrORNKYAT1Aw RICUMOND KBHTCCKY Office In the Burnam Building next door to armers National Dank feb3ly SULLtVAN JA ATTOllNEYATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office over TaylorH Hnrd ware store opposite Court House on Main Street U HOGG ATTORNEY AT LA W KiniMoxn KENTUCKY Office No 13First St up stairs 31 30 J 0 Ss D M OHENAULT TTORNEYS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen t anils groecryvW R LETCHERaAttorneyatLaw RiriiMoxn KENTUCKY Olfice with T J Smith Jr over Cnvmgton Mitchells T C Lovvry Atoi nejjatLaw- iInlrhy uildincr Richond Ky PHYSICIANS D3IS GIBSON GIBSON PIT YSWIA SAND SURGEON IPicHMONii KENTUCKY Olfice in the Joe CcIins building and 20 Sec tIInd Street orer Wdiie eld drucitore 27 CHAS HOOKER ETERIKARY SUllO EON Graduate Ontario Veterinary College Veterlnsry Penthtryand Bterlllty a Specialty JWOHlce up stairs over store recently accu pied by Illchmond Harness Co East Main Bt ltlchmond Ryapr7ly JI C JASPER JIL D Medicine and Surgery Olhre Pratlmr Iuildinc Main Street Jflcphane nt rtoiiteiice the Ohrr place on lit ami way aticiiMoxD KENTUCKY BVANS 5 I n GW Pus C1AN AM tUIKIKON ItlftlMOVI KBNTOCICV jilt T JTAYLOKIr- artitunier ill Medicine and Surgery jKiciiMoNU KENTUCKY JiEOtfloe aud residence on Hnd Street 5 DITTAL SURGERY DL 1alitn DErqTIST ODSOn 1OD13V1UB liT 9Ofloe or to Oovitntent Building nirbmSnd Ky Otfluehouri9toh21104 iotrl7ly FRED SMITH DEN i 1ST- n OfTioo overCollIui Orocoiy name itKix lately occupied by Dr W W llurgin jaul2ly Dr Louis it Landman No 503 wt Ninth Street Cincinnati Ohio will be at the Hotel ZImmrr lilchniond Kyon VEDNBSDAY JAN 10 1900 rrtnrning every second Wedn day o etch month Reference every physician of Rich mnnd Ky ffhlftly TO FLOEIDA DOUBLE DAILY FAST TRAINS VIA PilE SOUTHERN RAILWAY Pr the jrcsent Winter Season THE SOUTtl KBX RAILWAY with connections presents tue mot superior echedule through carser vice and thansportation srrangen ents general ly every offered to the travel to Southern Be kortBUOODLBDAILY TKAIN8 from Cincinnati aid Louivllle in connection with tile Queen treticent Hont via Chattanooga Jesup and The riant System TUltQUOl 8LKEPINOICAK from Cincin nati to Jacksonville with convenient connec I ions from Louisville via Knoxvillc Ashevillo and Uavanuah This Is the Scenic Bout through the Monntana of Western North CaroI ImaTbe Land of tho Sky Also through Sleepingcare from St Louis to Jacksonville in connection with the L K 8i L Railroad Air Line via Louisville and through sleepingcars Iron Kansas City to JitcksonYllle ylaihe K C YS Jtallroad- in connection with TIlE SOUTIURN RAIL WAY via Birmingham Atlanta Jesnp and The Ilant System The flat Kansas City icksonville Limited only thirtyeight lion n trom Kansas City to Jack onville All Agent of connecting Unee cell through Winter Kxcurslon Ufkets via TUB 6011X11 ERN RAILWAY to tee Ilesorts of Florida and tae Houth Maps schedales btokleto and inlomation mailed fret to any address by J C riBinJa N W PA80 Adams fit Ohloijo CAhiaian- Tray Psasr Aent KyVGen Passr Agent Washington DC Asst On Passr gtLoulev1Ue Ky h hkc aai Oo R i1y Time of Trains at Winchester Ky WEST BOUND lit Sterling and Lexington Accom 0 55 an Eastern for LouiavUle 7 ai forehead and Lexington AccomS pn New York Limited K F V 4 pn EAST BOUND Lexington cod Morrhead AcotD 1 15 am New York Limited F P VJiLexln ton and Mt Sterling AccomG 2On Washington Express 8 23 pit Accommodation trains run dally except San d dallrThrough car service ti trw York aleeperreeeratIouiilonorwrte UChmOM4 Ky orOEOROTWflARNZYDPiUeRyoiLt1at1 f IL 1 ab c8 S42 WORTh OP PRESENTS For 60c worth of work We are Riving away watches bicvcles sewing machines guns c c to introduce onr paper I PASTIME a highclass illustrat ed family paper of from 10 to 32 large pages 01 to 123 columns of Chice Good Stories Literature Art Humor Letters of Travel in Foriegn Lands c c And all you have to do to get 42 worth of presents is to got 20 subscribers at lOc each Send lOc in stamps for full particulars long list of presents and our paper PASTIMEfor months Address TIlE PASTIME Co Louis ville Ky A WONDERFUL IHSCOVKKY Not only cures but keeps well Is sold by an organized company of re sponsible business men and has en dorsement of thousands of Clergymen and noted people throughout the country We speak of that wonderful In strument Electropoise and ask your careful examination into the cures it has wrought Col A P Nunally of the InterOcean Chicago writes early three years experience with Electropoise only confirms the truth of your claims I pay my friends that his instunient is a most wonderful In- eittion and I would not part with if I could get another Send for our book gives letters from people who have been cured by Elee tropoise ELECTROPOISE CO 513 Fourth Avenue Lovisville Ky sept 27lyr 5CR CALDWCLLS CONSTIPATION PEPSI Dr L Goldstein The Optic Specialist ol No 511 Fourth Avenue Louisville wilt be at the Olyndon Hotel Richmond THURSDAY JANUARY 24 returning one day each month Eyes exam Inedand glasses ccientifically adjusted FOR REJIT The residence of the late HighStJohn A Higgins County Court Days ilondayUicliuiond dayLexington Fayette county second Monday htaufonl Lincoln county second Mun Iav Georgetown Scott county third Monday MondayNicliolasville Monday Winchester Clark county fourth Monday Vnrwiilles voodford county fourth- silav HOLIDAY SECRETS +Tell ua whAt yon want in the line of JEWELRY DIAMONDS SLLV12RWAKK ou NOVELTIES how much 01wih to pny and we will placo he fore you the very ohject of your deeiro That shoWB the confldeluo we have Iti the completeness nf our utock anti correctness of our prices The assort intuIt ofarticles suitable for CoVa Sts is very large The store is a veritable Fairyland of Gold Silver and Precious Stones F J YEAGER No 232cISt RIchmond Ky sepOly IT IS NO BURDEN when a PIANO or ORGAN la pur chased here Our rystem of easy payments enables any QUO to en joy the music of tSnftSIwithout deprivinfj themselves of necessary comforts One of these INSTRUMENTS would runko a superb HOLIDAY PEESEKIV Why not come in and look at these special bargains HARDING fcRIEIMI IL 0 KENT AGENT tICliXOND1 KYt DEMOCRATIC TICIET- ANNOUNCEMENT on COOlfTT CLERK ARCHZAVANAUGHtothe action of the Democratic Party y1DURNto the action of the Democratic Party We are authorized to announce D It TEV18 a candidate for County ClerksubJect to the action of the Democratic party JJVS are authorized to announce M M subJectWe are authorized to announce JESSE subJeettorot CKKKIPF PWAGERS DemocraticI forSheriffparty MARTINOENTltYcounty subject tathe action of the Democratic party DDROADDUSsubject to the action of the Democratic party POE ASSBSSOS OLDHAl1countysubject to the action of the Demo party LDAIERcounty subject to the action of the Democrat c party OEORGENOLANDcounty subject to the action of the Democratic party WDEATII1tRAGE theDemocraticWe are authorized to announce BUD DUNN of the Glade District a candidate for Assessor subject to the action of the Democratic party ron anaa CLACKEYcounty subject to the action of the Democratic party GPARRISHcounty subject to the action of the Democratic party ROS8atheDemocratic PERKINSaction of the Democratic party- WASHINGTON LETTER As soon as Congress reassembles Congressman Champ Clark of Missouri will introduce a bill proposing to place all kinds of paper used in print ing and wood pulp from which paper is made ou the free list Mr Clark for years has been con nected with printing enterprises and takes hold of this proposition with a knowledge of all facts concerning the question of the trust as applied to pub lishersSpeaking of his bill Mr Clark said this morning As it is impossible to seauro a general low tariff bill I have determined to try the only feasible way of reaching certain iniquitous monopolies that now are aided by the govern ment namely by speciallacts taking off the duties on their products I have strong hopes of breaking tho ice with this bill because all the newspa per publishers of tho land regardless of politics are directly interested in se curing this reduction With united effort they can secure such force of public sentiment as to demand action and without delay The editors in tny ex perience are not mealy mouthed about expressing themselves where their own interests are concerned as they are in this important matter If they will make their views clearly known to nil their Congressmen and Senators as many of them already are dolngwe can get the Ways and Means Committee to report a bill early ill this session There ought to be no serious difficulty in title and will not be If the papers largo and small express their views and bring reasonable pressure upon their lawmak ers Perhaps the Paper Trust is not worse than some others but if we can first get the goverment aids to it stopped it will be an excellent precedent for working in the directions where relief is needed quite as badly The Republican leadors ale looking with concern upon the development of a fight in their ranks in New York which may grow to a dangerous stage before the convention meets in Philadelphia The administration has given the tip that it desires Secretary Hoot for running mate with Mr McKinley next year Mr Root was before his ap pointment as Secretary of War known to New Yorkers mainly as an exclusive and hightoned lawyer of Republican leanings whose party activity was confined to the dignified surroundings of the Union League Club of which he was president lIe was a gentleman who might be thought of for Ambassador to Great Britain but scarcely would bo selected for attracting votes of Americans either In or out of his State Several times in the past ho has been suggested for the Senate but always his candidacy proved Sry and THE FIRST BABY Its Corning is Looked Forward to With BotU Joy and Tear and it3 Sara Arrival is Hailed With Pride and Delight by All The arrival of the first baby In the household is the happiest and most im portant event of married The young wife who is to l econie a mother delights to think oUhe happiness in store for her when the little ono shall nestle upon her lisptheButler happy anticipation quickly van ishes when she realizes the terrible pain and suffering through which sho must pass wiiiJo the little one into the world An indescribable fear of the dnnger attendant upon tho ordeal soon dissipates her joyfulness c women have learned by cximrienco that there is absolutely no necessity for the sufferings which at they know that by the uro of Mothers Frzenda scien tific liniment for a few weeks before the trying hour csjx cantmothers can w preJi 1rO themselves for tho final hour that the pain and Buffering of the dreaded event lire entirely coo it is safely through with com paratively little discomfort All women are interestedlndesexpectant mothers who for the first time Imve to undergothis trial in Such a remedy t for they know the pair and suffering to say nothing of tho ger which is in store for them Moth ers Friend is womans greatest bIos sing for it takes her safely thc severest ordeal of her life Every woman should be glad to read the little book Before Baby isBorn which coit iw information of great value to all II will be sent free onn lIe who tenii their nddress to The BfthW Wp Jfttor GiUlanb G a i ii ii1it jreat Name rio1li king powder in these days of unscrupulous adul a- guaiantee O- fsuperior securityThere but Royal Baking Powder is recognized at once as the brand of great name the powder of highest favor and reputation Everyone has absolute con fidence in the food where Royal is used Pure and healthful food is a matter of vital im portance to every individual Royal Baking Powder assures the finest and most wholesome food Avoid alum baking They make the food mvholeSome ROYAL BAKING PowDER CO NEW YORK a was dropped by the managers The Republican machine in the State at present is controlled very strongly by Lieut Governor Woodruff a man who works among the boys anti in the usually practical methods of his par ty Woodruff himself it appears wants to be nominated with McKinley and the two Senators from New York are committed to his ambition The fight grew decidedly warm before the meeting of the National Committee here a few days ago and it adjourned with the important question ol the vice presidency suspended so far as that committee being actually decided was concerned The fight now is progressing in New York and seeing the positive opposition to Root the administration suggests Bliss who formerly was a Cabinet officer This does not meet with cordial response from the Wood ruff men They insist that it must be Woodruff or Roosevelt They wilt have niethfir Root nor Bliss and say candidly that the administration has more than is due when it gets there nomination of McKinley There are members of the National Committee who assert now that the result of this situation is that the vice presidency will not go to the East Senator Fair banks ot Indiana is a strong possibility and whoeverjiiay be nominated it is apparent that there is as yet no cut and dried ticket ready to be pit throughat Philadephin by acclama tionCongressman Crumpuckerof Indiana asserts that the House will this session act upon his bill providing for a renp poinunent of congressmen This is a vAry ancient scheme of Republicans and contemplates the reduction of the representation of the Southern States in the House Representatives Crum packer says his idea Is to furnish Con press with the number of male inhabitants that have been disfranchised in order that under the constitution the representation of the State therein thi occurs may be reduced He asserts that in some States not over 12 per cent of the male adults take part in elections this duo to malfeasance of election officers If Crumpacker really imagines that Congress is ready to act upon this proposition there ought to be concern among his friends for the state of his mind It is safe to state that this scheme is practically the very last which is apt to be seriously considered by tho Senate even If the Housennder gag rule passed such a bill With the Republican leaders compelled to eliminate from their councils the nee gro delegates of the South they do not stand in a good light for striking at Southern States which have to restrict morally at least the same character of influences Millions Gives Away It is certainly gratifying to tim public to know of one concern in the land who are not afraid to be generous to the needy and suffering The proprietors of Dr Kings Now Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds have given away over ten millions trial bot ties of this great medicine and have the satisfaction of knowing it has abso lutely cured thousands of hopeless cases Asthma Bronchitis Hoarseness and nil disease of the Throat Chest and Lungs are surely cured by it Call on Perry Thomas Druggist Successors to W G White and get a trial bottlo free regular size SOc and Every bottle guaranteed or price refunded 3 A movement wits started among the citizens of Lexington last Tuesday to urge an appropriation f50000 by tin Legislature for the erection of a dormi tory and gymnasium for the young lady students ol Kentucky State Col loge TeC1I1fj a tef is liRe Day Take Laxative Brome Quinine Tablets All druggists refund the money if it fails to care 25cE W Groves sig nature is on each box oct25flm Dr Ilarrella keys seemed to have unlocked more than a box in the Safty Vault Co saysIthan anything Ijevw toot It digest rndryATbiuni t 111 llt J t ttlS J worth i t MAILING A BICYCLE An American tourist is said to have sent his bicycle from London to Paris by mail at a cost of a few pence and to have received it In perfect order This looks like a yarn but it is straight The English parcels post now carries mail packages not over 20 pounds in weight and not of a higher value than 100 from any point in England to shy place in France at what appears to be a ridiculously low tariff The bicycle weighed just 20 pounds The wheels fromIheavy paper so as to make a compact bundle before the postage was paid and when the wrappings were removed at the tourists hotel in Paris the ma chine was in perfect condition Shelby Sentinel Red list item The Gun Was the ball that hit G BSteadman of Newark Mich in the Civil War It caused horrible Ulcers that no treatment helped for 20 years Then Buck lens Arnica Salve cured him Cures Cuts Bruises Burns Boils Felons Corn Skin Eruptions Best Pile cure on earth 25 cts a box Cure guaran teed Sold by Perry Thomas Drug utets 8 It ij stated that the Republican nom inations in Philadelphia next June are to bet made by acclamation which makes evident tile fact that the poll ticians of that city will not have a chance to do any ballot box stuffing such as they resorted to in the last elec tion Slit dosnt indicate equality Beware of counterfeit and worthless salvo of feted for DoWiiis Witch HazelSalve DeWitts Is the only original An in fallible cure for piles and all skin di aeasea Perry Thomas A WITTY RETORT A brother of Bishop Clark was one of tho wittiest men alive It runs in the fanlily11e once went to see one of his parishioners lady with a prodi gious family which had been recently increased As hotuse to leave the lady stopped him with But you havent seen my last baby NIJlJe replied and I never ex pect to Then he fled London Tit Bits G H Appleton Justice of Peace Clarksburg N Jsays DeWitts Little Early Risers are the best pill made for constipation We use no others Quickly cures all liver and bowel troubles Perry Thomas We must define flattery and praise They are distinct Trajan was encour aged to virtue by the panegyric of inILADIES For relief of women Chester Tansy Tablets worth their weight lit gold A safe and certain monthly regulator 1 a box MU DOCK CURE Co nov291y Atlanta On Mr WG Holland of Corbiu a thoroughbred diedintha wool life long Democrat wants to know OUt honciit opinion as to the result of the contort We do not mInd telling Mr Holland in strictest confidence thai Goebel is as sure to win as God mad little apples He is the legally electei Governor and would win out befon any fair tribunal on any one of tin many grounds In the committees ad drcssos in our last issttcStanfor Jounlal J J Bevry Loganton Pa writes I tint willing to take my oath that cured of pneumonia entirely bJ tha tise of Ono Minute Cough Cut after doctors failed It also cured m children nl whooping coujjh Quick relieves andcures coughs coldscrouj grippe and throat and n troubles CiiiWrenall like it Mothers ondore it terry Thoaaag HSys and Alexander stayed out a thn euVocnttio caucus Kobody ha yet tld wb tlwror not they have box irthe wifety vaul- tWte Murdoek Care Co Atlanta Gat lCIOMIigiaatatliI for free sampl of Mtrdoek CorridJcre or HiLe- rDsiepeia Tablets fly piooe t llre r f eaethi ap pii iiL71 t HARD LUCK RECENT COLD SNAP WASATWISTER AND rio STAKE RAnD LUCK JAN 3 1000 Editor of Climax By the time this reaches you you will have heard of the weather we have been having here through telegraphic reports but I feel it my duty to tell you tho facts in the caseMercury is not to be had now at the drug store as it is out of sight There is some talk of sending a petition to Congress asking that the thermometer be extended to eighty degrees for this section that we may know how cold it is here The local telephone lines were of no service whateveras words spoken over them froze on coming in contact with the cold air and were seen hang ing like bulbs of ice along the line breaking it in many places Coons and squirrels havq since broken them oil eating the sweetest ones The rails on the Grand Trunk Valico R R which ran west of here to Buzzards Roost contracted to such an extent that Tipsey Creek is now the terminus Many astronomical phenomena are noticeable here because of the cold For instance ear laps are seen on the man In the moon as he passes us each evening and clouds of frozen vapor can be seen as Old Sol breathes his hot rays into the frozen at mosphere The northern light appear ed last night turned low and the stars were too frost bitten to twinkle but we are hoping to see a change in a few days and I wIll write you about it when it comes There are many other things I might tell you of but as the lead in my pencil is frozen and too hard to write with I will simply say there are no flies here and closeB- LUEGKASS BILL The miners of Idaho wouldappreciate some of the blecsings of independence that we contemplate extending to the Cubans Keep Coughing Y We know Of nothing better to tear the lining of your throat and lungs It is better than wet feet to cause bronchitis and pneumonia Only keep it up long enough and you- will succeed in reducing yourIweight losing your bringing on a slow fever and making everything exactly right for the germs of con sumptiOlIcoughing and you will get well AgerscIIerrJ pectoral cures r kind liiaIracking u of bronchitis I are tow cMnptMcly yams teredoAMr Ot tee far along cHihsol con r sumptioii arc ce cured Ask your druggist ftr sac r of Dr Ayers Cherry Pectoral f PlasterC It will ail the attat of tile Cherry Pectoral If M tsr uaptnet and CnSt lbs beSt Mtisi a4rle yon u piitY bauwl1fteJ S eIMS0Du j ATI XaM I I ThT l I niP e iLrE Ui OldmA nook for Vccoa M rOURI D1SEASEDcI f LEnEPJI CURE nERVOUS BLOOD SKIM PRIVATE DISEASES t 1250000 tiED fj hart you YOUUGrMi Rgninrt nature t terrible crime yon onlleousderI I i O J itble cco your eyes cicued to i Yr in hoIourwtany11IVtTEorhjLOiDdiicou cymptoms11am K ililwt7 You Unnvr JI KG VATIIEU fla tON Ir married uro you con fr2 nmmly linns ii dn ml Is marriage a rJfaihtr11ithrurnrccnuntofanyeak jr i 4 hIes liao yort boon rugcd with InCTCOTZ This iKwklet trill point out to p nIjnintRC mST nill puitlrrly cure It pho flbn1lmll nave heci 1 ved by provettt4Lv K ANY cmiACliK OABK OH NO PAY I We trwt nml nre EMISSIONS l LErY4SrhtiCTUItRTI ltAl IMS 3 Oil JUlES KIDNEY and BLADDER I f CURES GUARANTEED s Tho Vrccd of Sin rent fire liy Sicloms ttsrap CONSULTATION FlliE H Incali writo for 110311iDES KENNEi1Ye KERGANto f2 W F IUf1TrJ STREET 1 Ol IKtiATIO t G PICTURE I FRAMING I +++4 VIE Inned amilts LUvK eitnr iH ir We are receiv ing daily our new line of Art Picture Fram ing1 and Fram ing Materials in all the jnev est colors and designs in endless varieties such as Mouldings Mat Boards 40 different colors and finishes Metal Corners etc that we make 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 stock you will certainly give us credit with not overstating the facts We have in GlassIw dow Shades iWe car ry in stock a large line of cheap and medium quality in many shades of colors lengths and widths Wall Paper Window Shades Picture Frames Paints Oils and Glass Stock the Largest Prices the Lowest iQ1 M5 WILLGING 20J SAIJf STREE- TRICHMOND KY j 0fT1 P1C en The Ultra 350 FOR LADIES lowTn FAD IN IMONEISH- ORT lLLlNm BBTRAL LINE TO New Orleans Best Line to ARKANSAS TEXAS MIXIGO AND CALIFORNIA PnllntM Tourist Sloeoinebar leaves Ixre Is villa every Thursday night iaad M throw t ltaBraar5COslt agent for JMtrticmlan or write to K R Fowler TravelIat Paerr AltftltL- oIliaT1U4 Xy Free Becliniag ChaIr Cars Leviwrllk Msuitipbl sad hsw Or3eass AIL wSONtWM X KELU KOP 9pACkICMI A LLAImIalh 11tIrFURNITUI Our Prices 13 El Help You 8 TOECONOMYI 6 Make oui values your standaid RxJni SA TI8F ACTIONI 8IlJYIj t pa mm I II3 rJll For anything and everything t Ei in a firstclass Furni i ftitat A S SUCCESSOR TO BIGGERSTAFF OLDHAM EJ UNDERTAKING LINE COMPLETE El lit rJFll Day Phone 76 Night 136 if M1 1 OF LEXINGTON KYi19853822 Paid im Living Benefits 41 8081916 RESERVE AND SURPLUS ria Nth Rewse ol Llh In3uranCG We pay the same profits to the living that Insurance Com panies pay to the estates of deceased Largest profits consistent with safety and conservatism Every precaution for the protection of tile investor For particulars apply to K SMITH BOiAZTVIPfN IiJt4 SECRETARY LEXINGTON KY L1MRS A T MILLION Local Agent Richmond Ky j H 4+++++++ + MORE AITIflTHEATER Is what you want in N V preference to all others Reasons 6 7Fitgives uses more heat and wm more subst1ntiallylli built and like a hot air furnace It has a largeradiatingsur face which circu lates the air rapidly Fand heats the rooms evenly Itisadouble heater No dirt from ashes as it is carried away by the patent ash flue It has perfect regula tion and easy to op crate The design of the stove is per feet The blacking of the outside facing never burns off and is 1 bright all tte veai1 round For sale bj j D l B1C7COMPABY M AIN STREET RICJHMOND 1r + +KyI aII 1 Tr J Itc kf i J Ir1 L iJ t1t J k1io i NLtqjI The Richmond Climax J C CREiAULTon onProprietor A D MILLER Business Manager C E WOODS Editor WEDNESDAY JAN 10 1900 fOBLlaUKIJXVERY TKDNIC3UAY BT Tha Climax Printing CO PRICK PKH YKAR 150 =A DEPUTY sheriff of this county re cently purchased drink of whisky at n blindtiger that his brother officer might havo evidence of the illicit sale of liquor The result was they rapt ured the proprietors of the hell hole and a united populace applauded the cunning and daring of the officers who thus were enabled to bring the culprits to justice Senator llatrel paying the role of the fly onioN into tliu parlor of Spider John Whallen prtieuds to accept a 4600 bribe secures the keys to the treasure box holds them up in the Senate and John Uhallcn is caught in the act of cOiit11tiI a public official The cases arts parallel The two sheriffs and the Senator deserve the praiso of every honest laWabidin citizen May their tribe increase Combs vs Harris and Other Contests The first skirmibh in the State and 1egislativo contests took place on Thursday last when the drawing of committees to try the cases occurred in upon sessions of the House and Senate The Democrats drew ten of the eleven members of the joint committee to try the contest for Governor and nine of the eleven members of the joint corn mittee to hear the contest for Lieuten ant Governor In the IWO oolites for seats in the Senate tlieUemocra s draw seven out of nine to try one care and eight out of nine to try the other In the IS counties for seats in the Ilousuthe Democrats drew majorities on eight committees and the Kupubli cans got iDiijuritiex on ten COMBS DEM Vti HARRIS REP The first committee drawn was in the case of Combs vs Harris from Madi son county The committee was as fol lows W T Laflfertv Dem of Harrison Lee Egbert born of Fulton- V H Callopy hem of Kenton G D Stout Deui of Woodford H S Berry Rep of Lexington If a majority of Democrats presup poses the victory of the Democratic contestant Mr Harris chances of holding his seat are very slim But it is improper to predict the outcome of the case or prejudge its merits in ad vance of the hearing of the evidence Unless Mr Combs can prove his claims he does not desire to oust Mr Ilasris If he does establish a superior claim to the seat Mr Harris doubtless will re gretfully but gracefully submit Our Representative Hon W T Harris was chosen to act upon two of the contests as follows CANNON REP VS STOUT REP This committee in the Woodford county cLose of Cannon vs Stout is as followsV Haaiis Rep of Madison T Lalf Tty Dem of Harrison JluhlenbergJ wling1rlILlCAS REP VSAM AULTOX KM Ippre enmlive Allmrt II Churl ton tIIajriINV T ll rris Itp of Madison U A XKHI IhMti of llarilin KiaiikliiiTJOV SimpsonItiiHiiie Iou hi iiHvt lcen drawn to try lie stout contov Ie when Mr Stout will try Mr Harris cnse Mr Stout is a Dfin tcmt elected from Woodford couutv hut us tlsr are only two Demo rruts on this committee Mr Im ris Woodfurlllr8tJCillntiw COXTH8T FOR GOVERNOR Smmiorr- iKewtnn Frazier Dem of Shelhv It C JruniJiaw Dim Pop Chris ttiin 1 Einbrr Allen Dam Fayutte- Represenrativis i V Hickuiiiii Dem MrLenii countyUAdmin Kenick Hem Clark VarrenIIPenllietonMCONTEST FOR LIEUTENANT GOV OICNKlt Senators Wo Columan loin Trimble CJIBrower COIJ LEXINGTON Ky WORTHWHILE REMEMBERING uf January OeariaIe1 C1FBQerCo11FrUsre MAIN AND BROADWAY LlXIXGTOJr XY 1041 II r fe B Harrel Oem Logan J D Watson Deal Gravrs Representatives- A P Crawford Dem Breathitt J W Alexander Dew Mason V II Baird Oem Barren David Bell Bern Jessamine HenryIR II Reed Rep Allen WH Lilly Rep Fst- ihlPIRSONAL Miss Laura Luxon is in Lexington Mr H B Hangef is in New York Mr and Mrs B J Clay are in Lex IngtonMrs B L Mlddleton is at home from Shelby ville Mr Socrates Maupin was in Frankfort last week Miss Sweeney Is the guest of Prof J B Harris family Postmaster Wallace spent two days at Irvine last week Miss Katie Smith is at home from a visit to Newcastle Mrs J M Henton of Winchester is with Mrs C C Smith Misses Mary Letcher and Laura Lynn are Cincinnati Mr and Mrs John B Chenault are at homo from Frankfort Miss Mary Spencer Smith has returned from Winchester Miss Della H Bennett la visiting MIT Sam Bennett at Frankfurt Miss Mary Evans is home from Chilesburgacd Lexington lion W T Harris came up from Frankfort and spent Sunday Mrs J R Pates and child of Ver Bailies are with Mrs G E Lilly Miss Chestnut of Corbin is visiting Miss Helen Terrill at IWersville Mr Chas Curtis has returned to the military academy at Staunton Va Miss Bessie Baughman has lwen the guest of Mrs John Feeney at Paris Mrs Evan S McCord and Miss Belle Bennett are at home from Frankfort Mr J Randall Farris returned to the Bible College at Lexington last week Mrs M M Hanger of Stanton Va is visiting Mr and Mrs II B Hanger lIafJrnretChenault Mr John N Turner of Campbells yule was the guest of friends here last weekMisses Carlisle and Eleanor Che nault have returned to school in Vir gizia The Century Club held its last meet ing with Mr Harry B Hanger at Ar lington Mr Leslie Rice returned to Kentucky Wesleyan College at last Wednesday Dr L II Landman will be at the Zimmer Hotel Richmond on Wednes day January 10 Mr and Mrs Thos E Arnold leave this week for a two months visit to the latters relatives at DeLand Florida Mrs James Bennett has returned from the bedside ol her mother Mrs Mary J Wnrfleld Clay who Is quite ill at Lexington Mr anti Mrs John Donelsou and dauJhtfrextended wisit to Flotitla winhavepast the years have returned to Madison county their former home JayradrOllddal1lllIcrwill lie married Hun Evan S McCord left Saturday spendingIWOties here Mrs McCord and children will not return home for aoine weeks Dr Carl Fish left on Friday to re enter the Chicago Homeopathic College President 6ZVMr Lindcll P Evans of Glasgow hislichmondsame jolly wholesoued Limlell of old aiul everybody regardless of racecolor seehlll1fromlrtntonHarrisdaughterwent from this county fifty years a tJ lie is a brother of Mrs Ben F Crooke of Kingston lalltThnl8daypectin From the number of pretty pictures of a queenly woman that now adnrn his bachelors den we believe his prospects are very exceedingly good at least we encourage him to hope OoPllnt that clock tell you its time to gT asked a Veaten belle of her college boy caller late one night last replletNoclockImmediately lIon Sam H Stone exAuditor of State bag gone to Louisville to reside anddaughter clticsHon his term of Deputy Insurance Commissioner has expired will resume the practice of his profession tho law at Rich mond Frankfort Roundabout Mr and Mrs Jo S Joplin recently arrivedfrumin Richmond to the delight of their tdMrspurchased Mr Harbers coat business JoplinsectionbeingRev Benjamin L Stuart C U 94 who has frequently visited relatives wherehechurches Frierson Memorial Ebenezer and Williamsport near Columbia Mr Stuart was formerly pastor of the Sulphur Springs Texas church but was compelled to leave that climate on account of his health He is a grand wellknownhcrti ShelbyThe Prandennlal Club dinners are growing monotonously awellexbatisting the capacity of the guests theh06tsnot kinteen gentlemen hail their shoes under Jastrhursdayring of oyster cocktaila and the Gnal coffee there was a vwible liange in Uis- policy of expansion every one present agreeing that it was a condition and nut a theory that confronted them they had already expanded to the ut buttonsNinewhole a most elegant spread the deli cacv of the menu being veflfeon direct front the plains broaxnt here via the great Windy Wonder by the Unsalted rMrthe meal furnishing jokes for contemplation between courses At the far end of the table the host eat iBexhaustiblethe Club Dr Vaught said Dr Foster Au entire innovation was sprung upon oungladywiw tJlotklEWitedtDJicCrearyfl hitherto uamMebd Rpread 5beesjtJylMittao the nortf Mr Tuihy uMMkt byjatroduciog young lt L = 1 = fJC ressea leaves a high work for the rest to shoot at AVo have the tint of a suspicion that tho decorations of gold silk embroidered linen candelabracut glass rare china and pearl cutlery betrayed the guiding spirit behind the the throne to whom after till the honor for the magnificent is due Mrs R E Tnrley if she content dusbandsthe fact that the Prandeunial Club never had a more enjoyable meeting or a more sumptuous repast The next meeting will be with Mr W S Moberly RELKjIOUS The Sunday morning sermon on New yearhLlsbeenheard Mr Lloyd at the Christian church We bad the pleasure of hearing him on Sunday evening along the same line but dealing with the subject in a more practical manner Mr Lloyd is a man who line convictions and does not hesitate to utter them Ills illustrations fitted many of us so perfectly that some were squirmirg around under the hot fire but even these endorsed what ho said In this connection we copy this item from tho Nicholasville Journal Rev II G Henderson formerly a minister of the Kentucky Conference created quite a preachinshould not preach on tho evils of the day but on Mormonism or when the twentieth century begins Something that will not work on the feelings of the congregation Yes indeed it must be stopped DEATHS FKITZ Miss Annie Frits the 15 hyearoldnear Waco died on Sunday CLABK John S Clark died in Fayette last week Deceased was a native of Estl II county and had many relatives in this section among them Mr Henry B Dillingham of this city POWERS John Powers a highly respected citizen of Sliver Creek neigh borhood died on Saturday after a short Illness 0 pneumonia He was sevent years of age and a native of Ireland A wife and eight children survive LOOAN The hOlly of Sanford M Jr the infant son of Rev and Mrs Sanford V M Logan was brought from Middlesboro and buried hero on Sun day The little one was thirteen months old and gave every promise of beinaflne healthy child but pneu mourn carried it away Rev Dr ix gan of this city went to Middlesboro on Saturday and with the sorrowiug par ents accompanied the corpse to Richmond In this great sorrow the loss of their first and only child Rev and Mrs Logan have the sympathy 0 many friendsgBnowNFor the second time Mr and Mrs Milward G Brown have been called upon to give up a darling child After days and nights of weary watch log hoping praying tho spirit of their sevenyearold son Milward Jr took its flight on Saturday morning leaving behind two brokenhearted parents and 0ato understand the meaning of their parents grief The little sufferer died of peritonitis and was laid to rest on Sunday afternoon beside his little frother who died some time ago Mr aud Urown request the CLIMAX to thank most earnestly the friends who were H kind to them in their sorrow Especially are we asked to extend to the physicians who kept constant vigil at the bedside of the little boy Their tenderness soliciude and assistance will nover forgotten sOn0 years Anna was a bright energetic child to know her was to love her We art loathe to give her up We extend our heart felt sympathy to the bereaved family Til hard so hard to speak the wordsMast we forever part Dearest Anna we have laid theecIn the peaceful graves Bat thy memory will be cherishedaTill we see thy heavenly face We miss thee from our home Anna We miss thee from thy placetA shadow oer oar life is We miss the sunshine of thy face But far beyond this world of changes Far beyond this world of care We shall find oar missing loved one In oar Fathers mansion fair Jeans while our hearts are bleeding Oer the spoils that death has won We would at this solemn meeting Calmly say Thy will be done Though cast down were not forsaken Though afflicted not alone Thou dldst give and thou hast taken ttlessed Lord thy will be done A Beautiful and Instructive Seed Book We have just received from Messrs Wood Siubbs Louisville Ky one of their beautiful now seed catalogues fur 1100 The cover is handsomely litho o pfurat colors The catalogue is a book of 64 pages filled with valuable infor mation for farmers and gardners from beginning to end In vegetable seeds it contains a full list of the best varieties many of which is illustrated and also gives information about time to plant method of culture insect remedies and other matters connected with the crop In grass and field seeds many desirable sorts which have not oeeu planted In Kentucky to any great extent are fully described and their merits compared with other crops Special attention may be called to the value of Cow Peas the great soil im provers Soja Deans Teosinto an enor mous yielding forage crop Broom- Corn its value as a crop culture etc Alfalfa Clover etc Glancing through the list of flower seeds we note it is very complete and will without doubt be of great interest to lovers of flowers There ia a farm and garden calander iu varIousand for those who have not bad much experience in gardening p4geofli structions about sowing and manage ment of garden crops Altogether it is one of the most complete teed catalogues we have ever seen and will bo found a most useful guide both for gartliers and farmers That quality flrstclassismonials from such men as tho Commis stoner of Agriculture ot Kentucky the Superintendent of Cave Hill Cemetery nt Louisville many farmers and gard criers through this section and as a the letter from the commissioner states There is no reason why annunlly as good or better stocks can be obtained at home This beautiful catalogue ja mailed free and a postal to Wood Stubbs at Louisville will bring it to your address The ToM Pardon Giv Bradley Gets Back at the Climax ExGovernor Bradleys recent par dun of Bill Todd a few days before the govknation here that acting upon the sug gestinu of entirely responsible reptit bleritizens the CLIMAX denounced the liovernortj act uf clemency as a downright travesty justice an luex cueable violation of good eense a jrroee effectdmurder of his brother Matt Todd was orforZeus still echoed in our ears The law was permitted to take its course aol thatInsticetrial allowed To the euragwl neighbors of the murdered man accede I and instead of a life for a life the Jeeer penalty of lifeImprlsollweut was meted out toth fratricide and the angered people seemed appeased Th 8 fact made Gov Hradleysunexpeeted Mad pardon of Todd iuhumiMi wb4hadJlhIooRdatiou1md ta attorMy WM not eoawllwd ia the maI iap1nttMrMlriligUte et tbatascb reps UMceittswMM John ThOrps d Mrtv laberiloi 1 t 14 Strike For Your Altarsm and Your Fires n Patriotism is always corn mendable but in every breast there should be not only the esire to be a good citizen to be strong able bodied and well fitted for the battle of life To do this pure- blood is absolutely necessary and Hoods Sarsaparilla is the one specific which cleanses the Blood thorough It acts equally well foraoth sexes and all ages HumorU When need 1 Mood pur fier Hke Hoods SarstpAritb It cured my humor and is exceUcril as a nerve tonic fosle Eaton Stafford Springs Cl F1di Saua Hood Hill cure fleer IIU the nonirritating and i iijjjihart1c to take wtiJ iiooda xiaperiLias weeks previous to thin issue of the pus don they had seen Todd in the peniten tiary and that instead of being a stoop edover waxencheeked hecticUnshed consumptive he was as straight as an Indian in ruddy health and weighed 200 pounds Responding to an Im pulse of indignation and disgust at the seeming inconsiderateness and precip itanry of the Governors action the CLIMAX condemned his grant of the pardon and left him to bear alone the responsibility having failed to find or ear of a man who had so much as en onned a petition for executive clemency We marked copy of this paper atd sent it to Gov Bradley and no disagreement with our criticism of the Governor except the mild remonstrance ol the Fantagraph which sng gested that though the Governor did outIfof influential petitioners for the pardon of Todd Imagine our surprise when Governor Bradley wrote Col Caperton and the editor of the CLIMAX that adh not pardoned Todd without groatlpressure brought to bear by a petition from citizens of Todds own ounty In justice to the Governor whom we mercilessly criticised for corn mitting an act without extenuating features we feel constrained to publish the names of the petitioners given in his letters and will probably do so next week if Gov Bradley consents In further extenuation the Governor says that upon tho recommendation of to t GfficerrantetL Of course says the Governor I had a right to suppose that he had made a truthful statement AlasWilliam Todd arrived here on Monday night and was in this office yesterday and any man who would pronounce him a sickly consumptive dying man he p glatitfor good measure The ends of justice thereisThe Electric Railroad Richmond to Lex inglonbThe CLIMAX a Dr David Bennett a native Madison ian but now a prominent banker and Lexingtonwllerebypromoters of the scheme to build au electric railway from Lexington to projectit out says that the road olieof the right of way having been se vRichmond aDrute of this little scheme and it is a the Doctor will have to go np oppositionWe believe the citizens of Richmond topourthol Lexington and will not be lured into promoting a scheme that is designed to upbuild Lexingtons interests by making Richmond and other adjacent towns prosperityDr I tho highest respect without reservation argues with plausibility the great ad vantage such a road would be to the 3aiidthatItreasoning That Is the way it is made to appear at this end of the line Now let us see what they expect out of this move Here are some of the reasons constucted LexInwere not specially designed for readers at this end of the road but the CLIMAX reproduces the article to show that questionthinbiggesting on the sine of Lexington GOOD THING FOR THE BLUEGRASS TIlE MANIFOLD ADVANTAGES THAT WOULD COME FROM TIlE CON STRUOTION OF A SYSTEM OF ELECTRIC RAILWAYS TO TOUCH CENTRAL KENTUCKY CITIES D T BAXTER FIGURES OUT SOME OF SPLENDID RESULTS A of electric railways through out Central Kentucky connecting the GeorgetownViricbester sallies with Lexington would be of in thisfavoredinonwealth It would requireabout 100 miles of road and its cost would be less than 10000 per mile The right of way could be secured along the turn pikes and the grades would be easy with the exception of the line to Richmond This would have to be atClevelandbutmade whereby tho bridge already there could be used after it was strengthened n little The balance of the Richmond route would be easy of construction 5a- makuLexIngton countlugmean the cheapening of freight rates to the surrounding cities for Lexington it a competitive point and goods could bo transported from here to either otto ol them over the electric lines at a great saving At present these cities cannot get the benefit competition aud the haulfreightto Lexington It would place the mer chants of the smaller cities in close wlthTpxInwholesalehouseslow prices as Cincinnati and Louisville jobbers It would be a Irsting benefit astheyexpenseforwould promote the very best theatrical performances in Lexington and it is more than likely that nightly perform companiestwere in operation With awealtliyand amusementloving of nearly 100000 to draw from it would seem that alt opera house could bo Oiled nightly it the attractions were up to the standard dfiire by the people thofArmerhardly be ettm t d Their prodnco can be quickly and cheaply sent to this onefa country pode 1s soncerned nlagupth lwgst cittea fX the con n ttt6erItwOQW nearLox1nton h if d 1olcould thow their milk prodnfi into 1IOIJrcBsoIwhynsher as is ninde in Wisconsin New Yorl or Ohio In return our butchers and dealeis in oysters game etc coffin find ready sale for murti of their good among the farmers na it is often im r w 2ithoutinconvenience 5eAn electric railway F stem of tin kind outlined would bringto L singtoi mire business than any other cutci p iso reqnring no greater on lilY of- luneyil It would not only benefit ton but would l e of Jlie greatest to the business men and citizens generullyof the cities jinmed and th cdinplcthnithJ rise is being completed by Eastern capitalists and if they receive jt sum clout amnnt of encouragement at least oleor two of the proposed lines will be projected in the near future It is almost certain that wealthy landowner a tazhuhlykeenterprise and the business mm ofthe surrounding towns could afford to help suhlcriptlonsgood work begin for the Blue Grass Region ought to be electrically connect ed not only by telephone but by trolley cars as W T BAXTER UeallyrAxingtonher enterprise and resourceful m 3lho ls of helping herself to the good things oing to waste in her immediate vicin OpenDoorlr of course Uut Dr Bennett asks why should Richmond oppose this twentieth century effort at benevolent assimilation Are we not Demociats free traders etc etc aU 1C to Amen so be it Doctor but wo like Republican reciprocal free trade a and dislike a poll cy that would result in run ning over people to Lexington for tr cheapightclose our clerks to be idle and grass to grow in our streets Nay nay Doctor we must object to the buitdll1gof the road for the very same reason that you really want it built forto hell Lex ington PAINT LICK Is county1theMr O T Wallace of Point Leavell visited in our midst Saturday and Sunday Mr Newton Todd has returned to pleasantisitMiss Elizabeth Embry returned to t spenthinDr Ramsey and family left last week to spend the winter in Little Rock Ark Miss Lncile and Mayme will be- reatly mused from our social circle Mrs Joe Adams and bright little daughter Virginia were welcomed home Friday from Cleveland where they have been visiting Mrs Adams parents The physicians of Paint Lick have een kept unusually busy during the partleularsEd Cuirtx1 Mrand Mrs W S Fish have moved occupiedbyry L Wallace are easily domiciled at the New Hope Parsonage aimpicesfbe held at Now Hope church this afternoon at threo oclock These ser ices will be conducted regularly each on Wednesday afternoon instead t night during the winter months The Clmutauqua Circle was moat de FannyBPresident Echols makes a capital leader and the circle is getting down to earnest work As they are late in be ginning the course the members find itnecessary to take several weeks work iu ono Hows This We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any cute of Catarrh that can not be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure F J Cheney Co Props Toledo We the undersigned have known F Cheney fur the last 15 years and be lievo him perfectly honorable in all b afinanciallybleby their firm DrugjrlstsToledoy OHallsly acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Trice druIistsTestimllnials I Halls Family Pills are the best 1m SOMETHING TO EAT ALL DAY And until midnight FINE RESTAURANT OYSTERS ALL STYLES REGULAR MEALS FRUITS CANDIES TOBACC CIGARS 3ETHAM SANDWICHES- AND COFFEE JanlOly A DINE ILI Next door to old postofce INSIDE YOUR SHIRT +++++4 t++++++ tyou may feel comfortable or other wire according to the way it is luthdereIOur n LAUND iYWORKp +qswill pleaBd Collars CufFs said Shirt are finished to a com fortable degree of stillness with or- witbouLors1 as desired Our cleiiing agents are pure water anti soap Expert hands do the worktyom start to finish XKHUMI STEAM UUNMfY Notice to Debtors PerkiusMm Oe sad euYf trotibU aa4eo11 L CRUTCHBK lanasw AdiuIaJer CWlMCh n c cJji ii 1n For Sale I handle large quantities ol grain said am make close prices at any time At present I havo 40000 Bu No 2 White Seed Oats Bit No2 Mixed Seed Oats Grown in Indiana IllinoiF Wisconsin mil Nebraska w theyhitSO days on account of shortage of the oats crop I have also 40000 Bu New No 8 Seed Corn and will deliver it bulk or sacked in quantities to suit purchaser anywhere in Kentucky CATTLE VACCINATED forfarmerstive of black leg now prevalent in this section H BJJUR WHITE janlOlf ESTILL MADISOX 00 KY Pataize fa IooInsure your dwellings barns and other property In the BLUE CRASS INSURANCB COM PANYi of Lexington Ky a home institution Gives protection against fiRE LIGHTNING AND TORNADO No assessment calls on members when base occur to other members and no Initiation fee charged to become a member of company The cheapest and most reliable company for thi people our county now operating In thc otate and gets cheaper every year falling tt yearFor en their agent attorneyatlawRichmond Court House pert door to State Bank Sr Trust Company upstairsJH ABTEB Pres may2ily O C BOSWORTH Secy Dissolution Notice The firm of Duncan Chenault has t j mu mat consent been dissolved Mr Chcnanlt LiveryhulnessanlO2w B R DUNCAN Baltimore has a Bohemian M E Church UNSOLICITED KINGSTON KY December 1C 1899 Editor Ky DEAR SiitWilh you be so kind as to publish in your paper the following byRheumatismVitality and General Nervous Prostration I was treated by a number of the best Physicians in this county arid also took the following Patent Medicines Hoods Sarsaparilla Dr Smiths Kidney Tonic Dr Kilmers Swamp Root for the Kidneys Stewarts Dyspepsia Tablets Soda Mint Tablets etc including many other nostrums that did me no good Now I wish I could get all the world together so I could tell them how I was hcaledand especially my friends in Madison county that I have 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 Kidneys were in an awful condition my nervous system was completely broken down with lost vitality and manhood I was confined to my room most of the time My physicians as good as they have in any country treated me faithfully with bnt littlpOr no benefit Sonic of them told me I could not get well I love my Physiciansthey did all they could for mo But the drugs wonld only alleviate for a whilo as soon as I would quit taking them the same old thing WQuLs to be gone over with again Everything I would eat or drink would give such pain that I would pray to die I want all that are diseased to ho made WHOLE as I have been These statements are unsolicited by anyone are only made by mo that my friends everywhere and especially in Madison county may go as I haye done and be healed My mind was directed to Professors Wilson Kennedy Magnetic Healers at Zimmer Hotel Richmond Ky where I commenced taking treatment under The Weltmer method of Magnetic Healing following it up for 13 days without medicine I feel a new man again have no more pain Sometimes I havo to pause and think whether it is I or not so far am I from pain and suf feriiig Before I took this treatment I whould have to take lots of morphine to get any ease or rest Oftentimes my wife had to turn me in bed I AM NOW AWELL MAN It is true I urn not strong at I used to be but I am gaining In strength each dayam nearly 53 years of age addressingN B CREEKMORE They treat any and all diseases without the use of drugs or medicine + + + + + ++++++ ++ 4 + + + + + + ++ ++ ++ Bins Bairei Pljsoulh kls The TRUE BLUE Strain Cockerels for sale 100 Trios 500 This completes my 21st year of breeding the one va riety exclusivelyNRS ARBUCKLE Silver Creek Madison Co Ky nov93m ++ +4 + +4+ 44 ++++++ + tr A d lADl1E8 g IIIc r9 A ihk tF Q tJ Our assortment of Ladies Jackets Furs Japes Childrens Wraps of all descrip V tions We have not the time to describe each article but can safely say that wcA1have a IStock of Wraps= l to suit every one and our PRICES are T the LOWEST on high grade goods and Vno other firm in the City can compete r with us We are offering a select linetof Jackets at following prices 200 224 300 i 449 if 674 if8 00 t You vill find in this lot a complete assortment of colors modled after patterns of recenttcut and made of materials that we commend for durable wearin fact such ra goods as will please and attract the eye as priceffat see you tW up your mind to purchase a wrap c See our Tailorrmade Suits for Ladies ifyou fthink of buying us it will pay you BOS1EYeresisted TRY US Ivje If in want of MILLINERY call and see us we can save you maney A Respectfully Subrriitd to Cash Trade f E Y ELDEL Men FOR AeCALL PATTEJWS I IiI HANOnRCHIfS GALOREr- An exceptional opportunity Iou the Holiday Sea oDrIhe first on the list and of interest to the little folks is the Fairy Handkerchiefs Illustrating the old familiar stories of Mother Goose Rip Van Winkle and Cin derrella They are also suitable for couch pillows 5 eee Ladies plain white hemstitched handker chiefs 4c Ladies embroidered and hemstitched handkerchiefs 5 10 15 20 25c Ladies alllinen embroidered and hem stitched handkerchiefs 25c Ladies alllinen lace edge and hem stitched handkerchiefs 25c Ladies plain alllinen handkerchiefs lOc Mens colored bordered handkerchiefs 5 and lOc Mens white hemstitched handkerchiefs 5 10 and 20c Mens alllinen hemstitched handkerchiefs 25c Mens Japanese silk fancy bordered handkerchiefs lOc Mens Japanese silk initial corner hand kerchiefs lOc Mens Plaid Mufflers 25c Ladies Suspenders with fancy buckels 10 and 25c Ladies Pompadour Combs 5 and loc Fancy Towels lo 20 25 and 35c Quiltted Red Satin Slippers lined and fur top 150 Plain Brown Felt Slipper lined and fur top SI 00 Carpet Fringe 9c a yd Small Table Covers 40c If you want to give a handsome Xmas present and one very acceptable come and purchase one of our figured satin damasks table linen and napkins to match 800 per set llo1idayLeidcrs purchaser We can please you Respectfully DWN MPKa NEW sseesssee se JEADY 88QQ t U FOR T- HEYEAR qOur immense store is now filled to over flowing with the newest most attractive and useful articles fort toconsisting ofLadies DesksCbif foniers China Cabinets Book Cases Rockers Hall and libra ry Chairs Morris Chairs Jar diniere Stands and Screens thebeautiful avoidtheyourleis1redelivelcdyou desireWATCH Otii 4u- Uf n Y 8 ow Wiu m u SI NEVILLE MOBERLEYI- 220222 W Main Street LlA GHTZk2RICHMOND KY I iot Jt f tr l 1H 0 I jI 1I I I S 1 t tt n t t tm ITS NOT THE PRICE YOU PAY IIA For Your Living Every Day But Its What You Got For Your Money Jj c fairIniceIorI 6 3 D Never before hasthe public been treated to such a feast in the way of HIGH GRADEB v v y xitlA l il ujj llvj 1 It VI M- Jconvincedo that we carry the most complete line of Boots and Shoes found in Richmondand at prices that will please you JC t ff i1iJ1i1iThe Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY JAN 10 1000 pn Birdlawls out D ut kill the partridges Iutm new students at C U pupillSix inch let was housed last week iu abundance Mrs Gonchur has beon quite ill at Nicholosville since going there to lye Take your butter anti eggs to the Smr Grocery and get the highest mar ket price fhe Madison National Hank will be beauty when its interior is repapered and painted Lust week we had zero weather this week sonic people have guiie in tlitir shirt sleeves Leave your next order with the Star Grocery and get iiire fresh goods at the lowest price Mr John T Rice and Miss Belle Tipton bath of this county will be Hurried today at Speedwell Mr E T Kieli has been chosen Master of the Beruu Masonic Lodge a high tribute to a worthy gentleman The house owned and occupied by the late mo Umbryat Kiuholus lie wiu bought by 11 Walltu for J rail at the Star Grocery and get tin highest market prico for your butter anti egas l ext door to Busy Beet asli Store A niodnru deiiliet will fill your teeth The oesl amalgam filling 75 cents Dr Hoin next door to Government JiuilUing Richmond Ky julOtf Mr W F Schooler who married SlSi Grace Hacker of this city has t1Jtell promoted to a 1200 position in the Government printing ollicu Extracting teeth is the work of an igtinimit num Dr Hubsoii next door f Government Bull ting Richmond Ky float and saves your teeth- Ed Rice hrothur of the late Rich ard lice thou ubjotiJIIs to probating the Litters will unit it will be contested on this grounds of the testators un sound mind If you have allY oak atilt poplar or walnut lupior trees and wish to bell them fur cht write or rail on HOY tiorait Co nov21 Gm Nicholasville Ky A Woman in the Case is in this cil to do business Those who love gfiiuine fun coupled with pure enter tie iIflQIiE1 iiiialulteratcil anti with choice singing will not uites IL At the Opera House Thursday night lllh A good laugh has more curative qualities tIm the conusnts oln whole bale dm Ktom A Woman III the Case by Barllettand May and Com is one bur continuous laugh from start to tiitth At the Opera House Thursday iiighit llili Four hundred choice pure bred Ilymouth Rock cockeiels cud pullets for sale at 60 cents each orifo per dozen They will otjou each niter Dec 1 Kggf1 lo rot 60 senls MStS II II COLYE- KKopt20tf Itichtiiond Ky Bonoath the fun that is the chief chiiriicterizution of A Voiuau In the Case there is mi object lesson that will strike home to every wife of a j alous disposition It is u pieiiant prescription to take and every woman MI alllicted should take It At the Opera llouseriiurwlay night llth On January 18 and ly Julia Arthur will present her magnificent production oi More Ihati Queen at the Jexill toll Opera House This Jiiiipoleonic play has made a most pronounced hit for Miss Arthur Her iutnrpruUition of the luckless Josephine huts won her the liighudl approvul of appreciative audi niieefl The gorgooua stage settings the beautiful breiiery and Cost Inca probably the uiist costly over seen on an Anitiriian stago have to some ex tent contributed to the unprecedented success of this historic spectacle Bronze Turkeys For Sale Kill blooded bronze turkey gobblers and liens for oulu by Mrs Thomas Baldwin dec04t Hurl His Back Mr Gooseman head miller at Zar lOgS Will WIll injured about hits back lat week but is improving Broke a Ktcoid Cannnie Green foil on a slippery pavement at Cincinnati and brdko his recordthis first time ho was ever downed Mad Dogs Owing to a maddog scare prevailing in tho county tho Jiayor has wisely ordered all dogs muzzled shut up or blown up If you have u pet pup kill it to save its life LOST A Pointer Dog Pup about six months old liver spotted with bobbed tail Any information lending to his recov ery will be liberally rewarded junlOtf DU U C HOOKER New and True Dentists who extract teeth because they ache should goto school mid learn how they should bo treated Dr Hob Soil next door to Government Build lug Richmond Ky julOtf Money For Teachers Snpt Wagers has received chock foi 412555 luing last remainder due leacheis icr the present wholaHtlc year Toachers who lave flied tho chair maiit annual report can now draw tin rcamiuder due lnu- Pctltionfor License Rejected Judgo Million has added auotht star to his cron so temperance think by rulusinsr niiothor petition 101 liceuse Tills timethe petitioner win our good friend and hostess last sum iner while at Boonesboro Uncle Geo Bentley Mr Bentley can catch mOre fish and eat more froglegs than nn UellrgrwewtkBulphur well at his front door lie ough to be iioppy without mixing his drinks ti Bronz Turkeys For Sale Full blooded bronze Turkey gobblers ThomasBaldwin Change In a Wellknown Firm thntMrbelugone of thai best known firms in the everybodyLst Between Government building and streetThursday 510Inpaid for return of same to CLIMAX or U P McCoiiD jan3tf lied House Ky A FAIR OET3E I will fill any order for you at the same price for anything in the jewelry line that you can get from any other cataloguelug you cxpcne of ordering Respectfully jan3lyr DJ AKMER Jewelry Store Moved Mr L E Lane the popular Second street jewelry will till January move his jewelry business into the Jennings store room on Main street between tIm Richmond National Bank and White GibsonsMr Kent will alsomovo his line selection of pianos and organs into same building jtmlO2t Mr Fee Not Dead It was rumored last week that Dr John G Fee founder of Berea College was dead and the liouishille papers contained LriHf notices of his life and work Mr Fee we are clad to state personally contradicted the false report and siys he is able to walk about bis house We have great respect for this aged gentleman and wish him other yeirs ot health and usefulness From Printing to Farming Fred and Jos R Broadhurst left Thurriday for Jeircrson county where they have leased a 400acre farm They are two of our best citizens and wo commend them to the people of their new home Thus eaith the Winchester Democrat Mr Jas 11 Broadburst was lately one of the proprietors of the Sun andsonic years ago held n ease on the CIIMAX in which capacity he earned u fine reputation for industry sobriety and that adorn farmers as well ns printers Saloons Must Not Sell on Sunday The City Council with but one dis editing vote has adopted measures to prevent the sale of liquor on Sundays a practice that seems to have beenin vogue hero on the quiet for some time The saloon men weresuunnoned before the Councilon Friday nijjht and notified that hereafter for the first viola tlon of this Sunday law the license of the saloon ofictidiiig would be suspend ed for thirty davs for tho second of fense the license will be revoked The saloon men all agreed to abide by the rule The Verdict The Verdict the illustrated Demo cratic weekly that our subscribers have been receiving in sample copies is sent out with the hope that Democrats especially would be interested enoughI to subscribe We will no profit on a single snbbcriptionbut ruJ ilmH the Verdict from Si per year to SJ75 for the Verdict and CLIMAX com bined It id the finest Democratic sword bearer in Sew York fearless frank and true for Bryan from start to linisliiind nmkiiig a great tight forhim Let us bend yell the Verdict Week ol Prayer This is the week of prayer the churches joining in union services daily at 4 X uit for one hour Monday Christian Church Subject Prayerful Confe- ssionTucsdaylst Presbyterian Church SubJectChurch Untyer- saLWedncsdayMethodtat Church SubJectNations and Their Rulers ThUMuay Baptist Church Families and Schools PrldlynEllscopal Church Subject Foreign MissI- onsSaturday2nd Presbyterian Church Subject Home Missions Bryan In Kentucky The lion C S Blackburn has re ceived along letter from William Jen nings stalin that he will be hero on January lGth to wituccs Mr Blackburns election to the United States Senate lie will bo invited by the legislature to wake a speech before the joint session tjiat will elect Mr Blackburn to the Senate lila speech before tho legislative body will not be partisan Mr Bryan will probably re main through Tuesday and Wednesday and on Tuesday night the Democratic members of the general assembly will probably give him a banquet Have You Worked lion D W Tribble who is here frOm Richmond on a visit to his sister Mrs 11 Kunnely gave us an answer fur the 21 puzzle and submitted the followitm Two men purchased JJOO acres of land for 300 each paying ex nctly Slim One pays 2cents an acre more than the other How much does each pay per aero aud how many acres does each gel Stanford Journal The 21 pnzzlc is this 1 S 3 3 o 5 5 777DUDAdd any six of the above figures and make 21 Wo otTer three months sub ecripUoii to tho CLIMAX to the first three working it out Their Cost Mine is Developing to Suit Their Wishes A local company owning large mill lag property on Brush Creek In Rock castle conntv havo developed eome ex tensive leads of tho black diamond three veins ranging from 25 to CO inches in thickness Trie coal hasjlproven to bo of fine domestic but upon r advice Of experts a carload of the coal was sent to the Miugo Coke Ovens at Middleboro last week in charge of ono of the promoters Judge J C Cho cault tvho returned yesterday with sntlsfCtoryThe jllreadlPif it turns out to boa good coke and gaS producer the gontlcmen will have truck a bonanza r w turmoilHave fbelowDepend I1Il areUpL RICE ARNOLD J Elected Treasurer for TuenthFillh Term Mr S S Parkescashier of the Farmers National Bank was on December 27 elected for the twentyfifth succes RichmundZlIasouiccentury iu oue important fiscal posi tion is the highest tribute possible of thofidolityandquished fellowmember who is one of the best known and most highly re spectedcitizens of Richmond These Young Men Mean Business KlnJstOlllwiRhborhood any intoxicating liquor for ten years and in order to attest their sincerity and lend additional restraint to their itNotarytion of the pledge the money to bo di andlIastoddiesyears As some men drink ten times asoften it is eay to see how soon a steambeatiLady Physician for Richmond Richmond is to have a female pbysl theCu3rxbe news to many Miss Mary C anllMrsMedicineMissLetchier spentthreeranking as hlirh in her classes in Cin cinnati as when she was a student in LetcherIsin the State sickness will Ilse half its terrors with such a ministering an gel Senator Harrel in Town This city was honored Sunday by a visit from the foremost man in Ken tucky just now lion 8 B Harrell State Senator from countv who ensnared entrapped enmeshed and notoriousJohnto vote against Mr Goebel In the con test before the Legislatnre The sensational exposure of Whallen by Dr Harrel is the talk of the State and in asmuch as the Democratic cause has been aided by this righteous exposure of fraud and corruption the Senator met with the warm reception here that his great services to Democracy entitled him to The CLIMAX heard of but one dissent from the seemingly nnanimousen dorsement of Senator Hanels conduct in playing out the game with Whalleu to the latter undoing This criticism was uttered by a prominent Brown lawyer who thinks Dr Hand is as guilty as Whallen It is needless to say that the Republicans to a man hold this opinion Dr Barrel said here that he could expose a mine of corruption that had been planted under the Bern ocratic party in this contest and we opine it would be best to let the lion John Whallen be a scape goat of the Honest Election League rather than to force the Doctor to tell all lie knows which is upwards of a plenty Mr Harber Retires From Business Yielding to the persuasion of friends who consider his longer engaging in busi ness a menace to his life Mr Merritt Harbor on January 1 retired from the coal business with which he has been connected since the memory of the younger generation runneth not to the contraryFor past year Mr Harbors health has been anything but good and there was little prospect of improvement so long as he persisted in going through heat and cold rain or shine to- the oiQce a mile from his residence arising at 4 oclock every morning the year around and remaining until nine at night This habit he has practiced with unfailing regularity until Ins givedownrest and not until he had become bed fast did he realize that if he wished to livingheThis he did on January 1 disposing of his valuable business to his soninlaw Mr Jo S Joplin who is in every way worthy the continuation of Mr liar bers large patronage See card here with RICHMOND KY JAN 6 1000 Having assumed tho management of the Richmond Coal Lumber Co for merly controlled by M M Harber I will continue the business at the same stand In addition to coal a supply of lime sand cement salt bay feed etc will be kept on hand at reasonable prices and I shall be pleased to have you sluue your patronage with me Most respectfullyJo Telephone 81 Residence 116 Auditor Stones Fine Record The Frankfort Roundabout in bid ding adieu to Capt Samuel H Stone formerly of this city retiring State Auditor says this When Hon Sam H Stone took Januaryiiurer to the credit of the General Fund SinkingFundstanding warrants floating debt and unadjusted claims against the State to the amount of 1800000 When Mr Stone retired from office oh Monday last January 1st there was in the General Fund 6807272 In the Sinking Fund there was 958 57432 In the School Fund 2277859 Thus making 1060425 08 total in the treasury Every one of the outstanding war rants have been paid oft and there is not a dollar of debt for which the money is not ready to pay it when celled for This is record of which Mr Stone may well be proud Ho carries with him iu his retirement into private life overybOt1y IaliltuqQunty is proud of the record made by her son in this last admin istration hut even he does not take all the credit for the big showingascribed to him by our esteented friend the Capitol If we remember correctly the bulk of tho surplus above shown woe the result of the Franchise Tax Law n byRepulhicaIisiItopposition However Capt Stone did lila duty well and we are proud of Jiiin and could we have availed anything IK would have been the Republican nomi lIogjasr1aylQJ To Lancaster R Zltnmer has given up the hotel and gone to Lancaster to run a restaur ant Activity al Valley View Valley View 12 miles west of Rich mond where the Louisville Atlantic railroad crosses the Kentucky river is preparing to take on a healthy boom The cause is assigned to the fact that the Government recently bought land there and is preparing to commence the construction of costly locks and puttingValleynavigation on the Kentucky river and pointTherolocated at Valley View anti other indna trios will doubtless be projected With both river and railway tiunsportatioh the village should become a great bud ness center Certificate ot Graduation Whenever a pupil of any common conJpletedthepassed a proper examination before the County Board of Examiners on a series of questions prescribed by the State Board and attaining an average of not less than seventyfive per cent but on no subject less than sixty percent will be awarded a Certificate of Graduation An examination as above indicated will be held on Thursday January 25 pupilstoeverydistrictJWWAOKR8 County Superintendent Official Statement as to Small pox The CLIMAX has been furnished with an official statement from time Head cityThe Richmond have been grossly exaggerated There is no desire to conceal facts but on the contrary we have paid attention to even the slightest rumor concerning this disease and the caution of the Health Board has been extended so far as to quarantine all suspected cases or eases of contagious in any form TIme Dearth is of tIme opinion that both chicken pox and small pox and other contagious diseases exist in our midst to a slight extent but all of such mild types and this small only isolated cases To differentiate between these diseases would seem to tic an easy mat publichealthall contagious diseases to be isolated At a meeting at the City Hall Mon day night at which the Mayor mem bers of time councilthe Board of Health superintendentpresent and it was that the situation was not sufficiently publieGeneral Black Marries A large number of friends of the popular Madison county stockman and trader General E Black witnessed ins marriage last Thursday the occasion being one of the grandest events of the year in the county of Clark where his beautiful bride Miss Mary Crawford resided The ceremony was pesformed by Rev Walker of the Christian Church and it was witnessed by a large concourse of friends of the happy couple who received many presents in attestation of the love and esteem of their friends The groom is a son of Samuel and Margaret Black of Red House and brother of lions W It lack of Barbourville RB Black of Richmond D P J I Thomac and Misses Belle and Nettle Black of Red House General Black ns above stated is one of time most successful and well KentuckyHetable competence of this worlds goods His bride is a lady of many rare attractions and her husbands friends will warmly welcome her to this section Mrs Black is the only daughter of Harry Crawford a prominent and wealthy farmer of Clark who owns 500 acres of lund there and 1200 near Doylesville in this county Mr and Mrs Black left for a lour weeks trip to Florida Those present from Madison were besides Mr Blacks immediate relatives Messrs J W Smith Jno C Black Mr and Mrs Al Williams Mr and Mrs Wm Jctt Messrs Sam Big gerstaff George Phelps Waller Todd John Shearer Misses Acha Black Sallie Bowling and others News From the Wyganls A letter from Lieut Harry S Wy gant arrived on Sunday after a journey of 31 days from Manila Philippine stands He writes that his father now Major Wygant hItS returned to America on sick leave suffering from rheumatism contracted in the Cuban campaign Harr is now First Lieuten InfautryhnvinjttIme field Ho is engaged to oe married to his Captains daughter a Miss Williams formerly of Louisville Ky Lieut Wygant though under 25 baa seen much service which however with characteristic modesty he barely men tioned in his letter He was in time bloody battle of Santiagoall through the Cuban campaign afterwards WItS sent to Minnesota to aid in suppressing an Immediatelyleftarmy fiom his love of military lifeat thin outbreak of tho Spanish war he was a Sargeant having risen thus far without extraordinary effort purely upon hi merits The war gave him opportuni ties to display other qualities besides those which commended him to the admiration of all who knew him as a student hero at Central University Such lofty moral and physical courage were exhibited by him severest trials in the Cuban campaigns that the Presi dent appointed him to a Second Lieutenancy from which he rose to First Lieutenant by bravery antI his profic iency in tactics Ills father whom also we remember with highest regard was Captain ol a company of the 24th U S Infantry and met lilt son then of the SantiagiofbybulletsMajor Another sou Beriyoard was al that moment doing blocktido duty iii time U S Navy off time eit of Cuba having just entered time Naval Acade my as a cadet We are sure that aTO voice thrfeel ings of this community ichkuel and highly esteemed the W i when we sUleJpetilatwUuw- Ueand t lYemen of earth may N perd thelius- band and eons whe went forth ti btti Qr WdMf or their ewtotry f L I iY f1SUCCESSORS TO WALLACE RICE i1 JWanted to See MrMamsAn Express Joke A countryilarkey dropped into the Express office one day last week and the agent if Mr Adams lookingthroughWhat Mr Adams Why DOSS de Mr Adams dat runs dia sprees business time darkey res takinginponded Adams Express Co Well Mr Adams lias not been here for several years an lie is now dead somewhere upin Van keedoni to I aui the Mr Adams you want to see The old darkey pushed his spectacles surveyingtheout laughing Why bress your bones boss you aint enough to tend to11r Adams business and I guess Id bettor go goodstoWell old man just leave them here you1O to trust my goods to a dead mans admistrator If Mr Adams aint here I guess Ill jes ship my traps l y the Ilellen N railroadwhich stops by Beree so out ho went und when next heard from he was nt the L N depot where Agent Hood had explained to him the mystery about the Adams Express of flee awl sent the old fellow on his way rejoicing to Berea The Mule a Very Popular Animal Now Time South African war and the big cotton crop in the South have made a big demand for mules and the trade yearsrjto Frank Walker of Atlanta Win Arnold sold a car load to a Virginian at S105 Kentucky is one of the biggest mule producing States in the Union and Louisville is one of the best markets Years ago Louisville was the biggest mule market in the country but she now divides honors with St Louis and Memphis and other Southern cities TIme price of mules has advanced greatly and theyare beiugsold in big lots ranging from 25 to 500 A member of the Louisville firm of Hudson Bros stock buyers said last Thursday that the market was exceedingly active There is a big demand in the South for cotton mules said he Three mules are small ranging from 14 to 14 hands high If they are built well and in good order they have a ready sale on any of the markets There are KentuckyludlamIllinois Slates searching for the cotton mules They are tto the Southern mar ktots in big lots and are sold to exton Bive traders or directly to the cotton menThe British government is buying all knds of mules for service in South Africa For the most part however the contracts are being filled with old mules and mules that are too large to be handled profitably in our markets The government sent an agent to the United States and he let contracts to buyers throughout the country I do not believe that more than Ken tucky mules have been bought by the British for the war service I should say that the British have bought in all about 6000 mules in the United States since the war began Missouri and Kansas furnished tlle major portion of them I think it is a good thing for the trade that time market is getting rid of buylugcan handle the sale of them makes the demand for all grades better and ad vances prices The market pr umises to he favorable for some lime beinglittleor fine horses The majority of horse men are devoting their time to buying antI selling mules Vaccinating KillingCattle Mr M Bunt White of near Estill Station this county has begun a wholesale vaccination of his cattle to prevent the spread of the new disease black leg which is playing havoc among the stock in In an interview publicationBlack Leg or symptomatic An dangerousdiseaseso prevalent that the rearing of cattle becomes entirely profitless The first to have black leg in this county were some Southern cattle shipped from Cincinnati in tho fall of 1893 since when time disease has been on the increase in KentuckyOwing to the concentration of the cattle industry large numbers being herded together time occurrence disease becomes a much more serious matter than in years gone by when each farmer hud but a few cattle Some fifteen years a French scientist discovered a method for vac cinating against black leg This method has been extensively used In many counties Later the German scientist Kett demonstrated that vaccine gave very satisfactory results Black le is adiseaso caused by germs that enter the animal through skin or by its food and drink The spores or seed of these germs are very hardy easilyoxlstingin a dry state for monthl possibly years and can easily be car clingingthus infecting othor cattle It is pos sible that the germs are carried by wat er thus distributing them from one farm to anotherThe of black lesjaro well known to many cattle men Most of the fatalities from this disease occur when the animal is between 1 and 2J years old The vaccination will do no harm to the calf or the full grown ani malI will vaccinate cattle for farmers and others anywhere in Kentucky at an Insignificant cost per head The loss of one or two cattle from black leg would cost far more than the successful vae cination of a large herd The vitccine that I Usq isthCbesJ- that money can buy and overy thoroughly tested before a single dose U into the animal R themRxliu i an ounce of pr lrieluoorI worth a pbund of cure MARRIED I JoiiNffIlARVEY Pliilip Johns and Mzila IJee Harvey of Baldwin lo cality were married yesterday by Rev r Q Stocker HOWMHEITOSRSON M r Will I Ho we awl Henderson were married ij Tuesday evening at the brides IMM Lowell The cern tiioav will performed by Key L I eho1a OLD SANTACLAUS AT THE BUSY BEE CASH STORE I At this season of the year everybody is interested in HOLIDAY GOODS You all wart apresent 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 Pine 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 many Customers We have just closed a cloak deal with one of the Largest Cloak Factories in the Queen City whereby we purchased every Garment in the entire factory amounting to about Ten Thousand Dollars worth We divided this lot between our three stores Rich mond 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 Collarette 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 more stock than we can possibly help If you need Ladies Fine or Coarse Shoes Chil drens Shoes Baby Shoes or anything in that line get our LOW CLOSING OUT CUT PRICES ON THEM Closing out stock taking prices will be made on every article in the Busy Bee Cash Store before the Holidays so now is the time to Ipad up Complete stock in every department and some of the more important departments are overflowing with good things GIVE US A CALL j Hj k 185 So Sk 3k jOT OD GET IN THE BAND WAGON FOLLOW THE CROWD AND GET YOUR SHARE OF THE GOOD THINGS AT THE BUSY BEE VERY RESPT W IL OLDIM COMPANY RICHMOND MT STERLING AND GEORGETOWN Id stI je ITS A LAUGHING WAITER to have your Teeth Extracted by us Absolulely painless because of our fm proved methods We are TEETH EXPERTS and know tho ins and outs of man kinds masticators as well as you know your ABCs We pride ourselves on the many COMELY MOUTHS we have made Let us give you our scientific aid Our teeth to order are winnersA of teeth for which we have al ways gotten 10 now for 5 The 15 sets now for 7 CO We have always gotten 60 cents for extracting 25 cents All other work at reduced prices Write or call for any other information All work guaranteed DR V H HOBSON KIOHJIOND KY Office next door to P O Open at night Numerous fires on automobiles in Franco A dish of water placed it a hot oven where pies cakes or puddings are be lag baked will prevent them from scorching NOTICE Public sale of franchises for Electric Lights Electric Street Railway Water Work Be It ordained by the Board of Trus tees of time town of Irvine Ky that mid board on the 22J day of January 1900 at the front door of the Courthouse Irvine Ky between the hours of 10 a in and 1130 ata offer pub licly to the highest and best t iddpf the Franchises or for any or all this below mentioned purposes for a term not exceediafcSO years a motion to and for said purpose having teen previously made before and to said board to build operate Aud maintain Electric Street Railway Electric Light and Powef Plant Water Power Plant slid Works with piping and hydrants upon across and through tho streets otitaid town so M not to interfere with the public nod convenient use thereof Time of trustees shall cause to be published for four consecutive weeks in some newspaper of general circulation this advertisement for tho sale of said fnraediMe or privileges The terms of Uw contract to be en tered into between purchaser or pur chasers and said town to be made known and entered into on the day oj silo The said Trustee reserving tin right to reject any and1I Wile Given under Oat hid this 18th day olDMMfcber INK 8 L TUDOR Chairman TH08WI JlSsetaec27it E CUNROt ml r i II Wanamakers Idea To discontinue an advertisement says John Wanamaker tho largest ad vertiser in the world is like taking down your sign If you want to do business you must let people know it Standing advertisement when fre chanced are better than read lug notices They look more substantial and businesslike and inspire con Silence I would as soon think of doing business without clerks as without ad vertising Wayne Nebraska has n woman horsethicf The man who is skilled in duelling is usually killed while duelling No 6ripej1Pain Or discomfort no Irritation of the In testines but gentle prompt thorough healthful cleansing when you tata HooeF Pitts-Sold by all druggists 23 cents In Sumatra there grows a flower of a scent so vile as to he comparable to nothing but rotten carrion 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 jan3lin All distant relatives may not bo wealthy but all wealthy relatives are pretty sure to bo distant Whats In a name Everything when you come to medicine When yon get Hoods Sarsaparilla you get the best jnoney can tiny I Maine has 75780 mill hnnds who make annually goods valued at S95 GSOr00 In pnlinonqry trouble the direct action of Cousscna Honey of Tar upon the Ihroatichest and lungs immediately arrest time malady by relieving the distress cutting tho phlegm and free iogjhe vocal and breathing organs Price 25 and 50 cents Perry and Thomas u3ln A woman will much quicker forgive adverse Comment on her disposition than on her lint The Less ol Gold is Great rime loss of health is more Health is lost by neglecting lo keep the blood purE but it 1st regained by purifying eiirtchingand vitalizing the blood with time great health restorer Hoods Sarsa parihla Thousands who thought health hind been permanently lost have been made taking thia great j medicine Your experience may bo the name fective Hoods lill mire gentle l yef always ef The fancy skater Is time chap who Cuts ice just at present I want to let Die people who suffe froavrbgetAiatisin and ecictica knqw thai Ciwiwjtojja PIn Balti Mieve1 nit ebsraft e of other moo cinea and 444f bid Ued It is tile best lini A I Jiiw ever knewni ofJ A De Ox ThouSM- dlMYtMeqrM ofihemminisdaum by thn y application relieve liii pal Fur bale by ierry ant Thomas jauJJtm f 11 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 ivor to withdraw from circulation the biliary poisons Price 50 cents Perry und Thomas janSlm Because a mans a barber that doesnt give him any license to lather his wife Tetter SaltRheum and Eczema The intense itchingand smarting tact allayedbySkin Ointment Many very bad eases have been permanently cured by it It la equally efficient for itching piles and a remedy for soro nipples chapped bands chilblains frost bites and chronic sore eyes 25 cts per box Ir Cadjs Condition Powders are just what a horse needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge They are not food but medicine and the best in nso to put a horse in prime condition Price 25 jents per package A Frisco man has 240 books on etiquette Many an innocent little darling is suffering nntold agony and can not ex plain its troubles Mark your childs symptoms you may find it troubled with worms gives its Whites Cream Vermifuge and restore it to quietness and health Price 25 cents Perry Thomas jan3lm The wise Pullam porter gives a fat wide birth Having a Great ran on Cbrmberlaiiid Cough Remedy Manager Martin of the Piereon drug store informs us that ho is having a crest run on Chamberlains Cough Remedy He sells five bottles ot that medicine to one of any oilier kind and it gives great satisfaction In these days of la grippe thorn if nothing like Chamberlains Cough Remedy to stop the cough heal up the sore throat and lungs and gives relief within a very short time The sales are growiugand all whotfy it are pleased with its action Southern Chicago Dally Calumet For sale by Perry and Thomas jan3ltn A pen can be driven but pencils are usually lead BaloiLCac lhre Eating Sores Tumors Ulcers Can eel or the Nose Eye Lip Ear Neck Breast Stomach Legs or Arms are all curable by B B B Botanic Blood Balm which is made especially to curt all terrible Blood Diseases Per sistent Sores Blood and Skin Blem ishes Sciofula that resist other treat ments mire qnicklv cured by B B B EruptionslhuplesrBlisters Red or Brown Patches Blotches Catarrh Rheumatism etc are all tine to bad blood and banco easily cured by B B B Syplr hood Poison literally driven from the svstem by B H B Botanic Blood mIni iu one to five months B B B does not contain vegetable or mineral poison One hot tie test it H any case For sale bj druzgkts everywhere Large bottles six for for a free sample bottle which hhl be tbY return mail When yok write dMerIb sywp t tome antlefSOlIJt free iri illcal advice I will Blood B lni Go 438 Mjtmtihl street Atlanta Ca tul61tt f Tablers Buckeye Pile Ointment is time only remedy for blind bleeding or protruding plies indorsed by physic mans cures the most obstinate cases Price 50c in bottles Tubes 75c Per ry Thomas jan3lm p- Its a whole lot easier for some men not to drop a drink than not to drink a drop The Watchword of Women Modesty is womans watchword Whatever threatens her delicate sensn of modesty frightens her For this reason many a woman permits of the delicate womanly organs to beicome aggravated because she cannot brine herself to submit time ordeal of unpleasant questionings oflonsvo ex aminations and obnoxious treatments necessaryDoubtless have taken advantage of Dr Pierces j offer of free consultation by letter have been led to do so by tho escape thus of feted Iron a treatment repugnant to modesty Any sick woman uiiiy write to Dr Pierce Buffalo N Y in perfect confidence all letters being treated as strlcUJrivate and sacredly Olin being sent in plain envelopes with no advurtibing or other printing upon them Dr PicrrrK Favorite Prescription lias been lung hailed as a Godsend to women toItmakes weak women strong and silk women well Favorite Prescript ion contains no alcohol neither opium cocaine or other narcotic This weather makes the coal bin look like a hasbeen repeatedlyinninny foreign countries that Chamber lains Cough Remedy is n certain pre vcntlvo and cure for croup It hiss be come tIme universal remedy fur tlat disease M V Fisher of Liberty W Va only repeats what hits been said around time globe when he writes I have used Chamberlains Cough Ilem oily in my family for several years and always with perfect surceen We Have lint it is not only tIme host cnngli remedy but that it is a sure euro fir croup It lass saved the lives of our children a number of times This remedy is for sale by Perry and Thomas janS 1m No one is lonely and forsaken that ho cannot find somebody nowadays who will give him n calander Coughs and colds come uninvited but you can quickly get rid of them with a few doses of Cougsens Honey of TaM Prico 25 and 50 cents Ierry it Thomas jan3lin There ia one more river to ciots for Buller What wo Eats intended to Jnonrish and sustain us but it must bo digested and assimila ted before it can do tills In other words the nourishment contained in food must be separated by tIme digwt tire organs from time waste material and must be carried by tlmblood to nil parts of time body We believe time rca 8ou for thin great benefit which derives from Huodfc Sarsaparilla lies in time fact that this medlclno gives good digestion n d makes pure rich blood It rtaIorsis time functions of those orjiaia which convert food into noririsHmerit lust gives strength to nerves and maacles It also cnres riyrpepxiKv Scrofula salt rheum state uimpUs awl catarrh rlu amid all dieewca that ha their orUila Impure blood I J f dilJi i 7- iT 0 r I ITS NOT THE PRICE YOU PAY For Your Living Every Day But Its What You Get For Your Money fairIniceIorNever before has Republic been treated to such a feast in the way of HIGH GRADE BOOTS SHOES HATS MENS FURNISHINGS such extreme LOW PRICES as we are offering this fall We guarantee to save you money on each purchase Call and see us and convinced that we carry the most complete line of Boots Shoes found in Richmond andat prices that will please you RICE ARNOLD The Richmond ClimaxW- EDSESDAY3A 10 looa Bird law Is out D mt kill the partridges Seven new students at C U Seo notice ol lot pointer dog pup in this issue Six inch leu was housed last week in abundance Mrs Gouchur bus bean quite Iljat Niulioloavf since going there to lye Take your butter and eggs to the Siur Grocery and get the highest mar ket price The Matlison National flank will be n beauty when its interior is repapereU ami painted Lust week we had zero weather this week some people have gone in tlitir bllirt sleeves Leave your noxt order with the Star Grocery and get nite fresh goods at the lowest price Mr John T llieo and Miss Belle Tiptuii biith of this county will be niurriel today at Speedwell Mr 12 T Pith has been chosen Master of the Borea Masonic Lodge a high tribute tea worthy gentleman The house owned and occupied by the late Jim H Kmbryat Nicholas viIe was bought by if L Wallin for 2000 rail at the Stnr Grocery and get tin highest market priuo for your butter and egatB Next dour to Busy lieu a h Store A modern dtnilitt will fill your teeth The Uest aiiiulgam tilling 75 cents Dr iliutigun next loot to Government jliiiiluing Richmond Ky jalOtf Mr W F Schooler who married 31 Grace Hacker of this city has fluen promoted to a 1200 Hwitiou in the Government printing office Extracting teeth is the work of an jgiiuiiiiit nine Dr Hobson next door Itij Government Buil ting Richmond Ky Tieat and saves your teeth- Ed Rico brother of the lute Rich aril Uice tiled objections to probating the Litters will and it will be contested on time grounds of time testators un sou mind If you have any oak ash poplar or walnut logaor trees and wish to sell them for chi write or call on HOY Soittic Co iio29 OlD Nicholaaville Ky A Woman in the CW is in this cil to do business Those who love gtiiuinc fun coupled with puro enter tainment uiiuliilterutetl anil with clioico ringing will not miss it At time Opera House Thursday miiglitllth- A good laughs lies more curative qualities than tim contents of a whole tIe dru flute A Woman in tho Case by Bartlett mILl May and Com is one tie continuous laugh from start to nnbli At time Opera House TIuiriiilHy niylil llh Four hundred choice pure bred Ilymoutb HOCK cockerels and pullets for sale at 60 cents cacli orSO per dozen They will ustyou 1 each nIter Dec 1 Ess 15 lot 60 uents- Mns II CoLYKi- tHopt20tf llicliniond Ky Beneath the fun that is the child rliinicterizutioii of A In the Ciis there is mi object Ictaon that will htriko Inline to every wife of a j alolis li8MiiitMin It is a icataut jirebcripiiiii to take and every woman MI afflicted should uke it At tin Opera ilouseTliurwlay night I I On January 18 and lit Julia Arthur will present her magnificent production ot More than Queen at the Lexing tOil Opera House This Napoleonic play hits made a most pronounced hit for Miss Arthur Her iutorpretation ol the luckless Jorephiue lots won her the iiighosi approval of appreciative audi itnces The gorgooiw stage Hettings the beautiful Brenery and coritiiincs probably time m tst costly var seen on mi Anittriran stage have to sumo ex tent contribiueil to the unprecedented success of this historic spectacle Bronze Turkeys Fur Sale Full blooded bronze turkey gobblers and liens for ale by Mrs JJahlwiudec04tHurt His Back Mr Gooseman head miller at Zar ings null was injured about his back last week but is improving Broko a ilccoid Cammio Green fell on a slippery pavement nt Cincinnati and broke his record Hie first time ho was over downed Mad nogs Owing to a maddog ware prevailing in tbo county tho Mayor has wisely ordered all dugs muzzled shut up or blown up If you have a pet pup kill it to save its life LOST A Pointer Dog Pop about six months old liver spotted with bobbed tail Any information leading to his recovery wilt ho liberally rewarded junlOtf DR O O HOOKER New and True Dentists who extract tenth because they ache should go to school and learn how they should bu treated Dr Hob Soil nuxt door to Government Build ing Richmond Ky jnlOtf Money For Teachers Stipt Wagers has received check fo- rlI255 bsing lust remainder due leachois Itr the present scholastic year Toaehera who have tiled tho chair mans annual report eau uow draw the remainder due Petition for License Rejected Judgo Million has added another star to crown so temperance people think by reluslng another lor license Tills time the petitioner was our good friend and hostess last sum mer while at Booiueboro Uncle Geo Bentley Mr Bentley can catch more Hah and eat more froglegs than any man from Bearwallpw to Beargrass Creek and as he hIM a healthgiving sulphur well at his front door he ought to be happy without mixing his drink IIi Bronze Turkeys For Sale Full blooded brorze Turkey gobblers and hells for sale by Mrs rhomas Baldwin dec204t A Change in a Wellknown Firm We are authorized to announce that Mr Thos T Covingion hiss reentered the grocery business the firm name be lug Covington Arnold Km This is one of the best known firms in the everybodyLsst Between Government building and Mack Millers residenceon Main street Thursday December 28 a leather pocket blink fontuining about S8 or SIO money A liberal reward will be paid fur return of same to CLIMAX or R P McCoiiD- jan3tf Red House Ky A EAIR OFF3E I will fill any order for you at the jewelrylinecity Selected from anybodys cata logue that you mav htve thereby sav ing you expense of ordering Respectfully jan3lyr DJ AHMEU Jewelry Store Movcd M r IJE Lane the popular Second street jewelry will on January 1 move his jewelry business into time JeuuillhR store room on Main street between the Richmond National Batik and White Gibsons Mr 11 G Kent will also move his tine selection of pianos and organs into same building jaulO2t Mr Fea Not Dead It was rumored last week that Dr John G Fee founder of Berea College was dead anti the Lotiishille papers contained brief notices of lila life and work Mr Fee re are glad to state personally contradicted the false report and siys lie is able to walk about his house Wo have great respect for this aged gentleman and wish him other years ot health timid usefiiIiies From Printing to Farming Fred and Jas It Broadhurst left Thursday for Jeirerson county where they have leased a 400acre farm They are two of our best citizens and we commend them to time people of their new home Thus saith the Winchester Democrat Mr Jas II Broadhurst was lately one of the proprietors of the Sun and some years ago held u case on the CLIMAX in which capacity he earned a fine reputation for industry sobriety and ability traits that adorn farmers as well as printers Saloons Must Not Sell on Sunday Time City Council with but one dis settling vote has adopted measures to prevent the sale of liquor on Sundays a practice that seems to have been in vogue hero on the quiet for some time Time saloon men weresummoned before time Council on Friday night and notified that hereafter tho first viola tion of this Sunday law tim license of the saloon offending would be suspend ed for lava for tire second of fense time license will be revoked The saloon men all agreed to abide by tire rule The Verdict Tho Verdict the illustrated Democratic weekly that our subscribers have been receiving in sample copies is sent out with time hope that Democrats especially would be interested enough to subscribe We will positively take no profit on a iu subbcriptionbut re diire the Verdict from Si per year to ti5 for time Verdict and CLIMAX com bined It id tho finest Democratic sword bearer in New York fearless frank ami trUe for Bryan from start to finish und making a great light forhim Let nsbtiul yori the Verdict Week ol Prayer This is the week of prayer the churches joining in union services daily at 4 0 in for one hour MondayrChristlan Church Subject Prayerful Confession Tuesdaylst Presbyterian Church Subject Church Universal WedncsdayMethodist Church Subl ctNations and Their Rulers ThuMuay Baptist Church Families nnd Schools FridayKpiscopat Church Subject Foreicn Missions Saturdsy2nd Presbyterian Church SubJccUIIome Missions Bryan In Kentucky Tho lion J C S Blackburn lisa re ceived along letter from William Jen lungs stating that he will be hero on January Kjth to witness Mr Blackburns election to the United Stated Senate lIe will bo invited by time legislature to make a speech before the joint cession tj at will elect Mr Blackburn to time Senate hut speech before the legislative body will not be partisan Mr Bryan will probably re main through Tuesday and Wednesday and on Tuesday night the Democjatic members of time general assembly will probably give him a banquet Have You Worked iii Hun D W Tribble who is hero fnjm Uiclimon on a visit to his sister Mrs I P Nunnely gave us an answer for tho 21 puzzle and submitter the followinu Two men purchased 300 acres of land for 300 each paying ex nutty 31EO One pays 25 cents an acre more than the other How much does each per acre aud how many acres does each cei Stanford Journal The 21 puzzle is this I 1 3 3 3 5 5 6 777D 9 Add any six of the above figures and make 21 Vo ofler throe mouths sub ecriptlon to the CLUIAX to the first three working it out Their Coal Mine is Developing to Suit Their Wishes A local company owning large mining property on Brush Creek In Rock castle county have developed some ox tensive leads of tho black diamond threo veins ranging from 25 to inches in thickness The coal hasjfprovea to be of fine domestic quality but upon advice of experts a of the coal was sent to the Mingo Coke Ovens at Middlesboro last week in charge of one of the promoters Judge J C Chic nanlt who returned yesterday with pamples that were perfectly satisfactory The next step is to test the coal here at luisalreadrprovedIf jt turns out to J am a producer tiiegeMkinen wU iiftv etruckakonauuif You may be a Son of Toil amid the worlds turmoil funnyStillbelow Depend on WHAT YOU GET FOR YOUR MONEY be and Woman thirty Bryan Elected Treasurer for TwenthFillh Term Mr S S Parkcscashier of the Farm ers National Batik was on December 27 elected for the twentyfifth succes sive time Treasurer of the Richmond Masonic Lodge No 23 A quarter of a POSItionthe confidence of hits brethren in the fidelity and fraternalism of theirdistin quished fellowmember who is one of time best known and most highly ro spected citizens of Kichmond These Young Mcn Mean Business Kingstonany intoxicating liquor for ten years and in order to attest their sincerity and lend additional restraint to their pledges each made a vow before n Notary Public to forfeit 100 for a violation of the pledge the money to bo di vided equally between Mt Zion and Hays Fork Churches It is estimated a man taking only two dime toddies a day will consume 730 in ten years As sonic men drink ten times as often it ia eay to see how soon a man can swallow a farm or a steam beat A Lady Physician for Richmond pbvslclanCLIMAX has been informed This will pLetcherMrs W R Ietcher will be graduated from the Cincinnati College of Medicine about April 1 and will locate here for the practice of her profession Miss Letcher is an honor graduate of Cen spentthreeranking as high in her lasses in Gin clmnati as when she was a student in Central University As Miss Letcher is one of tho handsomest young ladles in the State sickness will K se half its terrors with such a ministering an gel Senator il rrel in Town This city was honored Sunday by a visit from the foremost man in Ken tucky just now lion S B Harrell State countv who ensnared entrapped enmeshed and everlastingly castigated the notorious John Whallen who tried to bribe him to vote against Mr Goebel in time con test before the Legislature The sensational exposure of Whallen by Dr Hurrel is the talk of the State and in asmuch as the Democratic cause has been aided by this righteous exposure of fraud and corruption tIme Senator met with the warm reception here that lila great services to Democracy en titled him to The CLIMAX heard of but one dis sent from tho seemingly unanimous dorsemcnt of Senator Ilarrols conduct in playing out the game witli Wballou to the latters undoing This criticism was uttered by a prominent Brown lawyer who thinks Dr Barrel is as guilty as Whallen It is needless to say that the Republicans to a man hold this opinion Dr llarrel said here that he could expose a mine of corruption that had been planted under the Dem ocraticparty in this contest and wo opine it would be best to let time Hon John Whallen be a scape goat of time Honest Election League rather than to force the Doctor to tell all he knows which is upwards of a plenty Mr lIarber Retires From Business Yielding to the persuasiou of friends who consider his longer engaging in busi ness a menace to his life Merritt Harber on January 1 retired from the coal business with which be has been connected since the memory of the younger generation runneth not to time contrary For the past year Mr Harbors health has been anything but good and there was little prospect of improvement so long as lie persisted in going through heat and cold rain or shine to the office a mile from his residence arising at 4 oclock everv time year around and remaining until nine at night This habit he has practiced with unfailing regularity until Ills strength and health began to give down Even then lIe would not take a rest and not until he had become bedfast did he realize that if he wished to remain longer in the land of the living he must give up his business entirely ThIs he did on January 1 disposing of his valuable business to his Boninlaw Mr 3o S Joplin who is in every way worthy the continuation of Mr Har bers largo patronage See card here with RICHMOND KY JAN 0 lOGO Having assumed tho management of the Richmond Coal Lumber Co formerly controlled by M M Harber I will continue the business at the same stand In addition to coal a supply of lime sand cement salt bay teed etc will be kept on hand at reasonable prices and I shall be pleased to have you share your patronage with me Most respectfullyJo Telephone SI Residence 116- Auditor Stones Fine Record Time Frankfort Roundabout in bid ding adieu to Capt Samuel II Stone formerly of this city retiring State Auditor says this When Hon Sam H Stone took charge of the Auditors office January 1 18JO there was on hand In the Trees urer to the credit of the General Fund 16978 There was in the Sinking Fund Sil368301 There were outstanding warrants floating debt and unadjusted claims against time State to the amount of 1800000 When Mr Stone retired from office on Monday last January 1st there fl807272iThus making 1060425 08 total in the treasury Every one of the outstanding war rants have been paid off and there is not a dollar of debt for which the money is not ready to pay it when called for This is a record of which Mr Stone may well be proud lie carries with him in lila retirement into private life the respect and confidence of every body Madison county is proud of the record made by her son in tho last admin istratiou but even he does not take all the credit for time big ilhowin ascribed to him hy our esteemed friend time Capitol If we remember correctly the bulk ofthe surplus above shown was the result of the Franchise Tar Lw tI Democratic measure passed not bj Republicans 91 but in hpite of their opposition However Capt Stone did his duty welllnd we are proud of hiiu and could wo have availed Bything IH Would Jiave hca the RepuMkftu noon Hogjfyiornll j To Lancaster R Zimmer has given up the hotel and gone to Lancaster to run a restaurant Activily at Valley View IValloy View 12 miles west of Rich mond where time Louisville Atlantic railroad crosses the Kentucky river is preparing to take on a healthy boom Tbo cause is assigned to tbe fact that time Government recently bought land there anti is preparing to commence tho construction of costly locks and puttingValleynavigation on time Kentucky river and poiotTheralocated at Valley View aud other indus tries will doubtless be projected With both river and railway tiansuortatioh the village should become a great business center Certificate ol Graduation Whenever a pupil of any common school shall have faithfully completed the prescribed course of study and passed a proper examination before the County Board of Examiners on a series of questions prescribed by time State Board and attaining an average of not less than seventyfive per cent but on no subject less than sixty percent will be awarded a Certificate of Graduation An examination as above indicated will be held on Thursday January 25 1900 Every district should send pupils to take the examination There ought everydistrictJW WAGERS County Superintendent Official Statement as to Small pox The CLIMAX has been furnished with an othVial statement from the Head Authorities of this city Time rumor of smalUox Richmond have been grossly exaggerated There is no desire to conceal facts but on the contrary we have paid attention to even time slightest rumor concerning this disease and the caution of the Health hoard bat been extended so far as to quarantine all suspected cases or rates of contagious diseases in any form Time Board is of time opinion that both chicken pox and small tlOX and other contagious diseases exist in our midst to a slight extent but all of such mild types and the small in only isolated cases To differentiate between these diseases would seem to he an easy matter but in order to protect the public health the authorities have ordered all contagions diseases to be isolated At a meeting at time City Hall Mon day night at which the Mayor memo bers of the councilthe Board of Health the Board of Education and the superintendent of Caldwell High School were present and it was unanimously agreed that the situation was not publicGeneral Black Marries A large number of friends of the popular Madison county stockman and trader General E Black witnessed ins marriage last Thursday the occasion being oue of the Grandest events of the year in the county of Clark where hia beautiful bride Miss Mary Crawford resided Time ceremony was pesformed by Rev Walker of the Christian Church and it was witnessed by a large concourse of friends of the happy couple who received many attestation of the love and esteem of their friends Time groom is a son of Samuel and Margaret Black of Red House and brother of Momma W R Black of Barbonrville RB Black of Richmond DP J U Thnnac and Misses Belle and Nettie Black of lIed House General Black as above stated is one of the most successful and well known traders of Central Kentucky He is 34 years of age and has a comfor table competence of this worlds goods IIttmCtiwill warmly welcome her to this section Mrs Black is the only daughter of Harry Crawford a prominent and wealthy farmer of Clark who owns 500 acres of land there and 1200 near Doylesvllle in this county Mr and Mrs Black left for a tour weeks tri to Florida Those present from Madison were besides Mr Blacks immediate relatives Messrs J W Smith Jno C Black Mr and Mrs Al Williams Mr and Mrs Wm Jett Messrs Sam Big gerstafl George Phelps Waller Todd John Shearer Misses Acha Black Sallio Bowling and othersiNews From Ihe Wyganls A letter from Lieut Harry 8 Wy gant arrived on Sunday after a journey of 31 days from Manila Philippine Islands He writes that lila father now Major Wygant has returned to America on sick leave suffering from rheumatism contracted in the Cuban campaign Harry is now First Lieuten ant of tbffTlilrd U S Regular Infantry having been promoted for gallantry on time field lIe is engaged to be married to his Captains daughter a Miss Williams formerly of Louisville Ky Lieut though under 25 baa seen much service which however with characteristic modesty he barely men tioned in lila letter He was in time bloody battle of Santiagoall through the Cuban campaign afterwards was sent to Minnesota aid suppressing an Indian insurrection and immediately left for Manila Entering the regular army fiora his love of military meat tho outbreak of the Spanish war he was a Sarcoant having risen thus far without extraordinary effort purely upon hi merits The war gave hum opportunities to display other qualities besides those which commended him to the ad miration of all who knew him as a stn dent here at Central University Such lofty moral and physical courage were exhibited by him severest trials in the Cuban campaigns that the President appointed him to a Second Lieutenancy from which lie rose to First Lieutenant by bravery and his profic iency in tactics His father wbomals we remember with highest regard wa Captain of a company of the ttb U S Infantry and met his non then of tilE ith Infantry on the field at Santiago Of a dozen or more officers Cant 1 Kant and three others escaped death h3 bullets or disease He was brevetec Major Another son Benyoard was a that moment doing blockade duty ithe U S Navy off the rot1ItofCuba having just entered time v Acude my as a cadet We are sure that weyoico tIme feel ings of this community which koei and highly esteemed the Wygftafa when we ex preen the hope that to wife and mother OliO of thtruly teg irwBcn of earth may be iuv bud and IODIIWho went forth baUi or to die for thai MrfaUy III IIIj 2 i SUCCESSORS TO WALLACE RICE Wanted to See MrAlamsAn Express Joke A country ilarkey dropped into tbe Adams Express office one day last week and salted the agent if Mr Adams was in Mr Grinstead looking through las barred enclosure asked What Mr Adams Why boss de Mr Adams dat runs dia press business the darkey responded tnkinginAdams Express Co Well Mr Adams lias not been here for several years as lie is now dead somewhere up in Yan keedoni to I am the Mr Adams you want to see- The old darkey pushed his spectacles above his snowy brows and surveying tile handwiine figure before him burst out laughing NYhy brtSB your bones boss you aint old enough to tend to Mr Adams business and I guess Id bettor go someers else kites I got a lot of goods to go to Beree Well old manjust leave them here youO to trust my goods to a dead mans admlstrator If Mr Adams aint hero I guess Ill jes ship my traps by thin Hellen N railroad which stops by fierce so out be went and when next heard from he was nt the li N depot where Agent Hood had explained to him time mystery about tbe Adams Express of flee mind sent the old fellow on his way rejoicing to Berea The Mule a Very Popular Animal Now Time South African war and the big cotton crop in time South have made a big demaud for mules and the trade is better now than it has been for years TJ Curtis sold 26 head at 100 each to Frank Walker of Atlanta Win Arnold sold a car load to a Virginian at 105Kentucky is one of time biggest mule producing States in the Union and Louisville is one of time best markets Years ago Louisville was the biggest mule market in time country but she now divides honors with St Louis and Memphis and other Southern cities Time price of mules has advanced greatly minI theyare boiu sold in big lots ranging from 25 to 500 A member of the Louisville firm of Hudson Bros stock buyers said last 1hursdaythat the market was exceed active There is a big demand in the South for cotton mules said he Theee mules are small ranging from 14 to 14 j hands high If they are built well and in good order they have a ready sale on any of the markets There are numerous buyers in Kentucky Indiana Illinois and in fact all Northern Slates searching for time cotton mules fimey are shipped to time Southern lIIar- kels iu big lots and are sold to eaten Hive traders or directly to the cotton menThe British government is buying all kinds of mules for service in South Africa For the most part however the contracts are being with old mules and mules that are too large to be handled profitably in our markets The government sent an agent to time United States and he let contracts to buyers throughout tine country I do not believe more than 000 Ken tucky mules have been bought bv the British for the war service I should say that time British have bought in all about 6000 mules in the United States since time war began Missouri and Kansas furnished Je major portion of them I think it is a good thing for the trade that time market is getting rid of the clues of mules the British are buy lug While they are not the kind we can handle the sale of them makes time demand for all grades better and ad vroumisestoThe hone market is dull there being little or no demand for either inferior or fine horses The majority of horse men are devoting their time to buying and selling muleS Vaccinating for Black Leg Which is Killing Cattle In This Section Mr M IJijur White of near Estill Station this county has begun a wholesale vaccination of his cattle to prevent time spread of the new disease black leg which is playing havoc among the stock in In an interview with him ho furnished us for publica tion this information Black Leg or symptomatic An thrax is a very common and dangerous disease In certain districts it becomes so prevalent that the rearing of cattle becomes entirely profitless The first to have black leg in this county were some Southern cattle shipped from Cincinnati in time fall of 1808 since when the disease has been on the increase in KentuckyOwing to the concentration of the cattle industry large numbers being herded together the occurrence of the disease becomes a much more serious matter than in years gone by when each farmer had but a few cattle Some fifteen ve French scientist discovcreda method for vaccinating against black leg This method has been extensively used in many counties Later the German scientist Kett demonstrated that vaccine gave very satisfactory results Black leg is axlisease caused by germs that enter the animal through the skin or by its food and drink The spores or seed of these germs are very hardy easllyexlstingln a dry state for months possibly years and can easily be car one tarm to another cling ing to the skin or feet of the animal thus infecting other cattle It is pea sible that the germs are carried by Wilt er thus distributing them from one farm to another The symptoms of black legaro well known to many men Most of the fatalities from this disease occur when the animal is between 1 and 23 years old The vaccination will do no harm to the calf or the full grown animal 11 will vaccinate cattle for farmers and others anywhere Kentucky at an insignificant cost head Time loss of one or two cattle from black leg would cost far more than time successful vac cination of a large herd The vatcine that I nso isthebes that money can buy and nvery lot Is thoroughly tested before a single dose is late the animal themRXlm an ounce of preventive is worth a pphnd of cure MARRIED JoiiNSARVEY PliUip Johns and Lizzie Lee Harvey of Baldwin 10 cality were married yestrday by Rev I G C Stocker HOWKiHKNpKWSON Mr Will e HoweRadjJitai iIa Henderson were Iwrried iada eveniag at the bride lM cere 0 usdsiy BY L I x aoa IWirtlAwetl l 1 OLD SANTA CLAUS AT THE BUSY BEE SASH STUnt I At this season of the year everybody is interested in HOLIDAY GOODS You all watt apresent 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 ChiuaWare 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 many Customers We have just closed a cloak deal with one of the Largest Cloak Factories in the Queen City whereby we purchased every Garment in the entire factory amounting to about Ten Thousand Dollars worth We divided this lot between our three stores Rich mond 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 HolidaysVOur 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 more stock than we can possibly help If you need Ladies Fine or Coarse Shoes Cliii drens Shoes Baby Shoes or anything in that line get our LOW CLOSING OUT CUT PRICES ON THEM Closing out stock taking prices will be made on every article in the Busy I Bee Cash Store before the Holidays so now is the time to Ipad up Complete stock in every department and some of the more important departments are overflowing with good things GIVE US A CALL It 30veu Vt a 50V 5e 3k 1OT 1 OD GET IN TIlE BAND WAGON FOLLOW THE CROWD AND GET YOUR SHARE OF THE GOOD THINGS AT THE BUSY BEE VERY RESPT woDi OLIJIIAM COMPANY RICHMOND MT STERLING AND GEORGETOWN a 0 4k 3b4k c7 tii 5S ITS A vLAUGIIING MATTER to have your Teeth Extracted by us Absolutely painless because of our fm proved methods Ve are TEETH EXPERTS and know tIme Ins and outs of man kinds masticators as well as you know your ABCs We pride ourselves on time many COMELY MOUTHS wo have made Let us give you our scientific aid Our teeth to order are winnersA of teeth for which we have al ways gotten 10 now for 5 The 15 sets now for 750 We have always gotten 60 cents for extracting teeth now 25 cents All other work at reduced pricesVWrite or call for any other information All work guaranteed- DR V H HOBSON KIOHJIOND KY Office next door to P O Open at night Numerous fires on automobiles in France A dish of water placed it a hot oven where pi cakes or puddings are bo lug baked will prevent them from scorching NOTICE Public sale of franchises for Electric Llglits Electric Street Railway Water Works Ife it ordninedby the Botrdof Trustee of tIme town of Irvine Kythat said board on tne VM lily ot January 1000 at the front door of the Courthouse Irvine Ky between the hours of 10 a in and 1130 a in offer pub lieu to the cat and best bidder the Franchises Privilege for any or all time below mentioned purposes for I term not exceeding 20 years a motion to and for said purpose having been previously made before and to said- boftrdto build operate and maintain Electric Street Railway Electric Light and Powef Plant Water Powers Piamit and Works with piping and hydrants Upon across and through time streets 01 talc town BO as not to interfere with the public arid convenient use thereof Tint ot trustees shall cause to be published for four consecutive weeks in BOintf newspaper of general circulation thie advertisement for the sale said frsciiisee or privileges Time terms of the contract to be en lered kite between rlrchaSeror pur chasers and saId town to be ilde known and entered icto Otlthe day Q sate Time Baid Trustees reearyinjir UN rijtbt to rejeetUdaH bids liven owr tWa 18ti dr ol Deoeniber1M L LTCD6R Ctsir 06JV6JWIUI 4tc27it B Wanamakers Idea To discontinue an advertisement says John Wanamaker time largest ad vertiser in the world is like taking down your sign If you want to do business you must let people know it Standing advertisements whEn fre changed are better than read ing notices They look more substan tial and businesslike and inspire con Silence I would as soon think of doing business without clerks as without ad vertising Wayne Nebraska has iv woman horsethicf The man who is skilled in duelling is usually killed while duelling No 6ripe1P2in Or discomfort no Irritation of the In testines but gentle prompt thorough healthful cleansing when you take lioo7s PnisSold by all druggists cents In Sumatra there a flower of a scent so vile as to be comparable to nothing but rotten carrion Persons who lead a life of exposure are subject to rheumatism neuralgia and lumbago will find a valuable rem edy in Mallards Snow Liniment it will banish pains and subdue inflammation Price 25 and 50 cents Perry and Tlromas jan3lia All distant relatives mav not be wealthy but all wealthy relatives are pretty sure to be distant Whats In a name Everything when you come to medicine When yOU get Hoods Sarsaparllla you get the bell JDoney can buy Maine has 75780 mill hands who make annually goods valued at S951 6S9GOO In pulmonary trouble the direct action of Coupons Honey of Tar upon time tllroJ chest and lunge immediately arrest the malady bv relieving the dltre cutting the phlegm and free 3e fr tbe vocal and breathing organs Price 25 and 50 cents Perry and Thomas jauSlm A woman will much quicker forgive adverse Comment on her disposition than on her hint The Loss ot Gold is Great The loss of health is more Health is lost by neglecting to keep thoTilood but it Is reJJil1ed by purifying enriching and vitalizing the blooi with time thealth restorer Hoods Sarsa parilla Thousands who thought health nail been lost have been made perfectly well by takincthia great medicine Your csporiencfe may bo thosaiHe Hoods Pill are gentle yet always effective Tho fancy skater is tho chap who cute fcejust at present X want to lot time people ilhosntret front rlmetnrnatisumi and eciaticakBQw that- ThawtlrnrIius Pain Balm tjllieul me after 4 RWttfeer of other medicines sad a wJedltI thai beat hini mhave eVefXMWU eIJ A AWixrettj Ga jFh HWMii iiremi elrbumt Itytt- aiaiI Owe applje joatFor sale by 1 d1a o IIII The worst after effects of Influenza arise from deranged functions of time liver Clear the blood at once with Herbine for it will strengthen the liver to withdraw from circulation the biliary poisons Price 50 cents and Thomas jau3lm Because a mans a barber that doesnt give him any license to lather lila wife Tetter fealtRheum and Eczema The intense itching and smarting inci dentto these diseases Is instantly allayed by applying Chamberlains Eye and Skin Ointment Many very bad ases have been permanently cured by it It ia equally efficient for itching piles arid a remedy for soro nipples chapped hands chilblains frost bites and chronic sore eyes 25 eta per box Dr Cadjs Condition Powders are just what a horse needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge They are not food but medicine and the best in use to put a horse in prime condition Price 25 ents per package A Frisco man has 240 boos on etiquette Many an innocent little darling is suffering untold agony and can not ex plain its troubles Mark childs symptoms you may find it troubled with worms gives its Whites Cream Vermifuge and restore it to quietness antI health Price 25 cents Perry Thomas janSlm The wise Pullam porter gives a fat wide birth laying a Great ran on Clirmberlaius Cough Remedy Manager Martin of time Pierson drug store informs us that he is having a great 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 days of la grippe there is nothing like Chamberlains Cough Remedy to stop the coiighf heal up the sore throat and lungs and gives relief within a very short time The sales are growingand all who tfy it are pleased its prompt action Southern Chicago Dally Calumet For sale by Perry and Thomas jan3lm A pen can be driven but pencils are usually lead 3a1JBlGOtOure JTre Eating Sores Tumors Ulcers Can cer of Nose Eye UP Ear Neck Breast Stomach Legs or Arms are all curable by B B B Botanic hood Balm which Is made especially to cure all terrible Blood Diseases Persistent Sores Blood and Skin Diem ishes Sciofula that resist other treatments ore quickly enrol by B B B Botanic Blood skin Eruptions Pimples Red Ituliiug Kczema Scales Blisters Red orBrown Patches Blotches Catarrh Rheumatism etc are all due to bad bloodt and bonce easily cured by Dll B Syphilitic Blood Poison literally system by B B B Botanic Blood Balm in one to five months B B B does not contain Vegetable or Mineral poison One hot tie will test it In any case For sale by drutfwts everywhere inrge bottles ft MX IS Send for a free sample bottle which will be sent by return lptINYt hen ys write d8tti be svm- ptosnnl 0WMOiutl free lssmllcxi advice wiiUjtves 4ir 3S Btpod mint Cot 435 Atlauta a Julj1Si ras Tftblers Buckeye Pile Ointment is time only remedy for blind bleeding or protruding piles indorsed by physic mans cures time most obstinate cases Price SOc in bottles Tubes 75c Perry fl Thomas janSlm Its a whole lot easier for some men not to drop a drink than not to drink a dropilModesty is womans watchword I Whatever threatens her delicate sense of modesty frightens her For Illia reason many a woman permits of the delicate womanly organs to beIcome aggravated because she cannot bring herself to submit time ordeal of unpleasant questionings oflenfve ex aminations and obnoxious treatments which some physicians find necessary I Doubtless thousands of the women who have taken advantage of Dr offer of free consultation by letter haveIbeen led to do so by time escape thus of fered from a treatment repugnant to modesty Any sick woman may write to Dr Pierce Buffalo N Y in perfect confidence all letters being treated as strictly private anti sacredly emit dential answers being sent in plain envelopes with no advertising other printing upon them Dr 1icrcos Favorite Prescription hums been long hailed as a Godsend to women It makes weak women strong smith sink women well Favorite Prescription contains no alcohol neither opium cocaine or other narcotic Thus weather makes time coal bin look like a hasbeen It has been demonstrated ropeiledly in every State in time Union ant in ninny foreign countries that Chanib r lains Cough Remedy is n certain pre ventive and cure for croup It has be come time universal remedy fur that disease M V Fishier of Liberty W Va only repeats what has been said around time globe when he writes iowa used Chamberlains Cough Rem edy in my family for several years and always with perfect success Wo la hove that it is not only time lest rough 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 jaim3 1m No one is so lonely anti forsaken that he cannot timid somebody nowadays who will give him u calander Coughs and colds come uninvited but you can quickly get rid of them with a few dosesof Coueaens Honey of Tar Price 25 and 50 cents Perry fe Thomas jan3lm There is one more river to cross for BuhlerVWhat we Eat Is intended fo Jnourish and sustain us but it must be digested mind assimila ted before it can do this In other words time nourishment contained in food must be separated by time diges tive organs from the waste materials and must be carried by tbeblood heidiVparts of time body We believe limo rca son for time great benefit which all many derives from Hoo lfi Sarsaparllla lies in time fact that this medicine good digeMion and makes pure tich blood It mcitorvsVtime fuB tioa of those orgais which convert Seed into EQiimlimeit that strength to nerves smithVniuscrei It also cures ilvcprpslH Wiroful lst rlienm bolts iui ca pjmpki wd eruptions catarrh rut iiwMW B aisti all that hate tier wW k impure blood jlni v y IL J f Iar c f e r ig = A ++++CALL AT ++ + + SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing- of drinks that can be found in the city are dispensed by upto late and accommo dating clerks Genuine Saratoga Water Kept on Tap SPhone 3 Second St RICHMOND KY RV IO 1fFjl FOR WEAK MEN The neat French Remedy Is within ntyrene i of every Amrrican It nrt powerfully Dd qnllIty ci r PIrc3tI1 Perfect Is tha rreuUofSOdmcsqcf Yomnrmcn will regain thplr lost rorrli rd and Old Wen will recover their yuul fI vigor It fits cro for business Ftnrtv cr ra rrltrr REGENEK3 jg the greatest Nervine ever In tlis country Can tjo In vest pocrct Dy mail UO pen T or sIx trr tCJ lo cVrfjIr rfsnd hi ronr vfcrre six Iwxcs donot cOct n euro Circulars freo Address tho American office of CDICI rot tCcmetAye- p3abLX For sale by Perry Thomas sepUJly c Ire = riB n- oe og c 0 W eE1 S I C 3 Je 10101 ec- a 5 = It JI eIectI =tp t C Eo i 5 g c IiO 1- g c nW f f Ill t 5ens J ae- n1 gsCgE zJ P n Mot ooOC g 2Q r= I la ffl e tI g tc- or e r = aa fIIiI1 19 FT1g pf 2 saan o ilDI s AJ- nO CY DESIGNS rjjw TRADEMARKS COPYRIGHTSIfAS PATENTABILITY Notice In Inventive Age FREEBook How toobtain Patents Charges moderate No fee till patent is secured Addresst C =EQUAL TO ANY EMERGENCY- ii IIIMII ir WHI ti 1ul sound re Itiic cimoicc iiiidr him He can s iiru in the tnollxlil lliat when r IMS inie ut our vitl inndo iiI ialjle- Ilzt4IRs cnrrimipfi riuinlioiitfi whale ut sHw U i or rnIrHri tlmt crxne vliat IIIHV on ilm fnit lijw WIIIIHWr- wil tfivo wnv W luivo one of the liuHt siiHiks ofroil unpium rockn VIIVH und rnblwiirtl Imuieifts in Hfcli lllitd JOHN DONELSON Propr Kiatiikv Hriae WlIlks ctit- jI r 1 g- I J ljo tI o 8J o o 1c 0 BkAMM a 9- n e 0 n g 0 0 l0 SIIZI 0 02 I Mna t 00000000111111111111100 00000000 5 5 5 n0 s 0 I ilii j Li iLC- O 4 gl gg tiWBBBS3BBB ttt g8g sses j j= 1 ad I Our floodsI AND+ Our prices Compel you to trade with us when you give us a trial 13 ffim a 1Ihf IDm E DmIDD mm lli l a The ladies cannot be decerv ed by catchy phrases nor bombastic claims All we have to say is we buy in the best markets of the world select the la test goods and when you buy you know you have the latest uptodate goods Is that what you want If so trade wit- hIhiteAND Gibson SALESMAN WANTED Enclose Stamp for Particulars Will straIghten curly and kinky hair without injury to the scalp or hair PRICE 50CTS PER BOX ANTIKINK Endorsed by the United States Health Report DARRAGH RICH New York Sour MANCFACTCBEBS Jan312w KodolDyspepsia Digests what you eatItartlficiallydlgeststhefood and aids in strengthening and recon structing the exhausted digestive or gans It is the latest discovered digest ant and tonic No other preparation can approach it in efficiency It in stantly relieves and permanently cures HeartburnFlatulencetw s fjSick imperfectdigestionPrepared For paile by Perry Thomas rJ rl IWIrFsciI riii1j jl tii II ils condition you may find that a EIEE9ibp STOVES OR RANGES uSi youIzI the latestF3- lfrllsl riF 11EATMAKING APPARATUS Q One of the ACOUJJ RADIATOR at our price- S certainly bargain talk that wi11mke LIE Ie storeI BROSJ I ffiJ i E IIJ m fII liJ Gfl JJ ilI Ii ili Ii iJ 8 fjf fa CATARRH CAN BE CURED MURDOCKS CATARRH CURE IT GOES TO EVERY PART SURF SMK AND PLEASANT A For years hai the rocdlcal fraternity sought a reliable and nre cere for Catarrh In this ofthousaadsworst fornid of Dyspepsia Sprays and ointments are also worthless1 as It is impossible to reach the aftected parts iu this manner IdUrlQClsS Catarrh Cure Is a neW and elentlftc sreparaton and in to be druokcd In l IIe11evesforms of Catarrh no matter what shape anl cures w litre treatment Is continued for reisonable frontiznpIeas soot Beware of imitations as they are wortHless preJlailPut up in tin boxes LQOjper box MURPOCK CURE G- b1ZfjjuAjjj BRIEF NOTICES 9F TIlE BOERS WHO ARE THE DESCENBENTS 0F THE BUTCH CALVINISTS OF HOLLAND SET TLED IN SOUTH AFRICA NEAR THE CLOSE OF THE 17 CENTURY NiCHOIJIBVlLLE KT Deer 28 1899 Editor ClitnazIDearSirOu yesterday I receivrd a postal card from a young lady of Madison county requesting me to give her some historic facts through your paper concerning the Boers in South Africa Mho have bravely defended their country anti defeated several distin guished soldiers In the English army in the war now going on between Great Britain and the Transvaal Re publicMy information about the Doers is that they are descendants of Dutch Calvinists of Holland who about the closo of the 17th century left Holland and settled in South Africa establish lug a sort of free government modeled to some extent like the Dutch Republic founded in the IQth century by William Prince of Orange The history of the rise oi the Dutch Republic is one of the greatest event of the IGth cen tury It was an organized protest against the eclesiastical tyranny of Philip II of Spain who was a much greater tyrant than Nero The empire of Charles V lather of Philip II was enacted upon the grace of liberty It is a consolation to those who read the history of the Dutch Republic to learn that leaving the bloody reign of Philip the gradual but triumphant resurrection of the spirit of liberty over which the Sepulchre had so long been sealedHolland ie situated in the northwest corner of Europe and embraces about 11000 square miles During tho 80 years warfare against Spain the popu lation numbered 1500000 In that great struggle against Spain Hollaud became a mighty Slate binding about its slender form a zone of the richest possessions on earth from poles to tropic and finally dictated its decrees to the empire of Charles V Win Mot ley in tile iuteiestiug history of the Dutch Republic says To the Dutch Republic even more than to Florence at an earlier day is tho world indebted for practical in struction in the great science of politi cal equilibrium which must always be come more and more important as the various States of the civilized world are pressed more closely together and as the struggle for preeminence be comes more feverished and fatal Courage and skill in political and military combinations enabled William the Silent to overcome the most pow erful and unscrupulous Monarch of his age The same hereditary audacity and fertility of genius placed the destiny of Europe in the hands of Williams greatgsaudsou and enabled him to would into an impregnable barrier the various elements of opposition to the overtthadowing Monarchy of Louis XIV As the schemed of the Inquisi tion and the unparalleled tyranny of Philip in one century led to the es tablishujeut of the Republic of the United Provinces So in the next the revocation of the Nantz edict aud the invasion of Holland is avenged by the elevation nf the Dutch Stadholder upon the throne uf the Stipendiary tuartsOut the great struggle of 80 years waifure against Spain Holland from a mere hands breadth of territory be came one ohhe greatest uaval powers of the 16th century conquering a wide empire by private trading companies girdling tilt world with its innumera Ole dependencies in Aia America Af iica Australia exercising sovereignty n Jtiuzit Guiana the Went Indies New York at the Jape ot Good Hoi e in llluilosiaii Ceylon Java Serinit tra It is it fact not often mentioned by our politicians that previous ti the time oi Ocr Crumwell tne liiitish pcojdt were governed by an absoluteisui turn u iivtisa In Europe except iu the United Provinces to whom and not to England is the world indebted fr those grand truths of political sciouce which underlie modern liberty The great popular movement begin jug with John Hanipden and others a id finally brought to a successful cloae by the wonderful genius and iron forte of Oliver Cromwell established U e people of whom he was the true per sonification as till solo joAtr In the State The King and the aristocrary were both INt only defeated but dr titro ed the former by hawing his well forfeited head clipped oil The HIlt tali government even siKce Cromwell time huts been a pure uirnixcd aristoc racy Many British writers generally the creatuies of iiufeeliui aristocracy are loud in their opposition to the free pnnciplcH of our Republican system ol government Many EugiUli liistoriaia agree abiut thin glorious revolution in which diaries loot his head hut as Charles was a type and a representa ire of the uristocrary the English cler v every Sunday in every church iff r pnivors for the repowj of the soul ii this tyrant this glorious aristocratic Martyr If L larles Stuart was a glori ous Martyr of course the revolution was infamous indeed cjaeuilegous or II the latter were glorious then the Martyr was an xttcious pcoundre I can truthfully say Dr Pierees medicines did me more good than all I had ever taken before These are the words of Mr O S Huntingden sud1enyLawoica was so violent I could not wall straight physicianendform of dyspepsia and treated me with but little benefit I then tried another phy myfliverthat I had indigestion but he didnt cure me I then tried another one who aid I had chronic indigestion weeralion or the 1inin o the xlomach torpid liver and kidney affection He treated me for more than a r I then took several widely advertised patent medicines but received no more than temporary re lief while I then tried Doctor Pierce medi cines usInghis Golden andIn and feeling better than I had 7 189 for years before They Golden Medical Discovery is the Basteffective Mood purifier and germicide producedIt wdbowels theinpattin them into healthy condition to absorb the nutritive elements of the fooL thedietiveinto the bloodjalon wHli the fooL It a ylthizsigMtgIv1n1I rjwIfr110 wMtky alcohol nfmr arsnnr It 4 Mt wt i cranar IW16tMf1 i L Mrs Bradish of Detroit Wrote Mrs Pinkham and Tells the Result tXTTEX TO YES riNKHAH Sia II About two years ago J began to run down and soon became almost a wreck I lost my appetite and began to lose flesh my blood was impoverished and I had to leave our store The doctors gave me a little tonic but steadily grew worse and consulted another doctor lIe helped me in some ways but my headachescontinued and I began to have night sweats and my rest was RO disturbed thitt I would have hysteria and would cry and worry over business matters and my poor health II Finallyhusband toolc me South but withno benefit This was a year ago no one can ever know what a winter of misery I spent Would bloat after eating and was troubled with palpita tion of heart and whites Uavingxead by happy chance of your medicine I bought it and wrote for your advice and before having finished the first bottle of LydiaE Pinkhams Vegetable Compound the hysterics nearly stopped and I slept soundly II I used seven or eight bottles with such benefit that I am as healthy as I can ever remember of being I shall never cease to sound your praises MBS E M BRADISII 179 Dix AVE DETROIT MICII Mrs Pinkhams advice is at the frec disposal of every ailing woman who wishcshelp Her address is Lynn Mass Every case is sacredly confidential whose overthrow and death should be rejoiced at by all men who love free institutionsIn this lone letter I will state that our country in whose AngloSaxon veins flows much of the Holland blood received from the brave nation that once ruled the State of New York and tracing its early political existence to the great men of Holland birth who fought 80 years against Spanish tyranny and established a great Republic that existed for two centuries as the most civilized and enlightened government of the 15th century It is not necessary to go into details concerning the great men of our country who have descend ed from Dutch ancestors Gov Roosevelt of New York the Von Bensala ens the Van Barons the Quitmann of Mississippi Westenvelts tim Van Bechens the Von Dikes Col Marinus Willitt Col Peter Schuylen General Philip Schnylen Col Wm Hertkimen Co Peter Gansvooth were in the American revolution John Swantous and Solomon Van Rensalaen were Generals in the war of 1812 The Boers of South Africa you will see have descended from heroic ancestors in Hol land SM DUNCAN The happiest time in a boys life is the day that he dons his short trousers Mrs Peysers bantam cock which imagined that the sun rose every morn ingto hear him crow could not strut with more conscious pride than did this little fellowand he felt the importance incident to his first pair Finally he stopped in front of his little sister and delivered himself of these indisputable facts Sister you cant never wear pants Sister you cant never have a mus tache Iand finally as a complete clincher Sister you cant never be a man nohowl Overcome with the gloom of her future sister burst into an uncontrolla blo flood of tears The violet snail very common in Europe and in some parts of this coun try has the curious property of being able to inflate its body with air and thus become a true air raft ldfArl70Bon heads and a 2ccnt ui Set ISlioncent stamp Three pins the set larger than shown coma rolledgold Kratplns cuffpins 3chlId and Buckle er sliver buckle neat strong and fashionable Silver sUbstantial Made of dur able metal heavily plated rattcrns CoinPurse For 15 lion heads and cham lining nickeledtnuIi strong snap frDIII a 2c ma rated WHAT WE SAID IMl Sterling Advocate In our katie of more than four weeks ago we pave publicity to this thought The men who substituted an individual or a sentiment for a principle forfeits the esteem of his own peopleand is held In contempt by Ills atyCrSarieS i rids thought has been verified in the recent political contest between lion- sV C Owens posed as Honest Dem ocrat with lila naiho ou tIe ballot under the log cabin device and HonJune Gayle a Regular Democrat in which Utiyle was victor by more than 4OCO votcfi Owens is a mull of recognized ability lie suycwsfully and victor jously combatteit accredited orator W O P Breckiiiwlgo not ninny years hence In this strife for honors and preference it was a war to the death mid Owens lived the glory of a proudconstituency Ho has the abil ity and metal of a national representa tivehe has experience What was the matter Owens had lost prestige with his people We refer to this in no gloating spirit reprehensible to our erring brethren but as an object lesson nod would hold it as a beacon warning to the men who would forget the party with which they are allied CoughCuregriipeThousandsprompt action to this never failing remedy It cures coughs colds croup bronchitis pneumonia grippe and throat and lung troubles Its early use prevents consumption It is the only remedy that gives immediate results Perry Thomas We refund lOcts for every of PUTNAM FADE DrugCoSearcy Waco Ky Adams Panola Ky jn3lm It strikes us that tho selection of Philadelphia as the place for holding the next Republican National Con von thou is another straw going to show that the convention is expected to be a tame old affair Workins Night And Day Tho busiest and mightiest little thing that every was made is Dr Kings New Life Pills Every pill is a sugarcoated globule of health that changes weak ness into strength listlessness into en ergy brainfag into mental power Theyre wonderful In building up the health Only 25e per box Sold by Perry Thomas 3 One of the London papers in review jog McKinleys message on the subject of currency proposals says that like all of Mr proceedings they are tentative platitudinous and dull We have not seen any better comment than this on this side of the water F B Thirkield Health Inspector of Chicagosays Kodol Dyspepsia Cure can not be recommended too highly It cured me of severe dyspepsia It digests what you eat and cures Indigos tion heartburn and all forms of dYE pepsia Perry Thomas Gen Hardin has been in Frankfort trying to help John Whalen and Basil Duke save the Democraticparty Hylcrs Dyepepsqia Tablets pleasant easy to take and give permanent relief 30 days treatment 1 Mailed on receipt of price MUKDOCK CURE Go nov29 ly Atlanta GII Used in Millions of Homes 4 Accept no substitute Insist on LION COFFEE in lIb pkgs These articles mailed FREE in exchange for lion heads cut from front of x lb LION COFFEE pkgs iISilk Umbrella either Ladys or Gents i jcha stamp DressPin settings ashBeIt i gmosgrainfromUon NankinRin a2cent colorfdark Kentuckys package Thomas Mckiuleys I Knlckerbocker Watch for 175 lion heads and a 2cent appearlogtimekeeper Solid nickelsilver case ornamental tuck Nickel movements tonyjeweled Knickerbocker watch iiVatchi Chain- A double strand of best silk united at Intervals with colored beads neat and substantial For 15 lIon bead a 2ccnt starap setlgraiu leather to visiting cards secure Given for lion a2c stamp Gents Watch nailed free tor 90 lion heads a 2cent stamp The celebrated Ingcr roll watchstemn- wound watch accompan led by guarantee of the Are liable tlmeliecpcr I Ladies PocketBookol I1IIdatat separatedhisionsjncjudln 25 UOlCofteewrappers setdumblcilekelplated rTble CoverIIDariible darj cold too- matir1al JIstIn flAj3i q1reI ptallJfree I Vbat did you in Araoncaunclel cried the boys I saw the CatskIll mountains said Uncle Peter jocosely 4I expected it was one of those moun tans that brought forth the mouse said Jack th ugGtfull3rHousehold- Words Rrave Meu Fall Vfctims to stomach lW rand kidney troubles as well as womep and feel the results in loss appetite poisons In the blood backache nervousness headache and tireo listless rundown foelingi But theres no need to feel like that Listen to J AV Gardner Idayillo Ind Hesays Electric Bitters are just the thing for a man when he is all run down and dont care whether he lives or dies It didmore to give me new strength and good ape petite than anything I could take I can now tat anything anti have a new ease on life Only 50 cents at Perry Thomas Drug Store Every bottle guaranteed 3 A fellow always feels satisfied with htmsIU after having taken in a little game said the fellow coming out of the restaurant Well it all depends on what kind of agame hes hten taking in replied his friend who had been at the poker oilib Conkers Statesman L T Travis Agent southern R B Selina Ga writes I can not say too much in praise of Ono Minute Cough Cure In my case it worked like a charm The harmless remedy that gives immediate results Cures coughs colds croup bronchitis and throat and lung troubles Perry and Thomas The fivemonthsold child of John Maglinger of Owensboro died of its burns Tuesday morning recoivod by its mother falling over a red hot stove with the child in her arms Mrs Mag linger dead when found and the child lived only a few hours The Queen Crescent is the shortest Jino South 20dec4t So close is the connection between this country and Euglaud that in credible as it may sound a failure on Tugola river Is the sigmiUfor a failure on Wall street The Queen Crescent only 21 hours to New Orlears 20dcc4t The English from tho firsthave been imbued with a desire to avenge the defeat of Majuha Hill but their efforts to do this only seem to increase the number of Majubas Report has it that lheo Roosevelt has outgrown the New York Governor ship Tlioro is a good deal of truth in this as Mr Roosevelt makes a special ty of outgrowing things The modern and most elfectivo cure for constipation and alt liver troubles that famous little pills known as De Witts Little Early Risers Perry Thomas Bastral Duke and SlippervHelm are very much xerciscd fear Dem ocrats wont let them just how to save the party by letting the L N run everything So many people have been taking ad vantage of the bankruptcy law that there wits some danger that Santa Claus would ba swept along with the tide We have not yet heard what di5pO lion was being made of the brains of the revolution which Gen Otis re ported the capture of some weeks ago A very floe of payvr meet J Two u with cord and flap bold and and stem aGe Oh all of out was for tell Pair of Handkerchiefs I TUoextralnocnmbrlc with beautiful lm ported lace ate xlllon Insertions In the cot 4hemhemstitched stylish and durable A pair c the hnnrlten chiefs for cut Coffee wrappers a 2c Picture iCerituI Co kBoolI of valil 3 cooking re J ILlsotreatiseI J more corn a diseases S en IS lTOOm and ff 2cent K p re IBoys wlKIIIIwtJlo aIwsya LIONC4FEEI the wvspper It Is a sed-gslth Mona fif It abeoItateIYplirelf tile ptdd i Is akaLJON COFIEEII svs j jca idr J I noda lion stamp 2cent heads Ue lion and lion 10 lion largo pages of Mo them Goose Melodie- sillustratednudwith nicely lithographed cover different books so you can get an assortment strong The EasyI For 12 Hen and 2C I fat by tiss Sri tile fact f7 4 PLEASE i I TRY 4 Lt4aLVCATHARTIC =I I JOc 25c SOc I S t 5S Rubber Tiro Factory Mr S L JliJkifT has installed the plant in the county for the construction anil repair of rubber tires for vehicles and is turning out factory work less than factory prices We examined his and fcund it equal to any in service He will pleased to exhibit lila own factory work and quote prices He puts rubber tires on old wheels the life of the vehicle is prolonged so that twice their is saved hot to mention the coin fort derived oct25t 11iND Ollll l National ++ Mfff rt1 t I Sxxv ALONE Contains Both Daily by mail 61 year Daily andSunday by mail 58 a year SUNDAY Is the greatest Sunday News paper in the World Price 5c a copy By mail 52 a yearA- DDRESS THE SUN NEW YORK NY irio Best Coffee for the Money Try LION COFFEE and you will never use pureCoffee r Gold Geaulne RubySetting lUnaFortS25 lion IPor nt and M These are genuine rolledcold plate having Ihe exact bytheIITIlll To Determine Size o tJ- jlk umbrella made union sllktsff aLtjj lilAcs tiia Inc titus wm etaexactly when drawn 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of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBES BY MAIL 75 CENTO BOTTLES 50 CENTS MK F BALURD Sols Proprietor aID North Main Street ST LOUIS MO For sale by PERRY THOMAS Druggists janlJ Pittsburg Central Stock Yards EAST LIBERTY PA OFFER SUPERIOR ADVANTAGES TO SHIPPERS Yards have been enlarged and rearranged- It is the nearest point to the Eastern market BEST DISTRIBUTING POINT EAST OF INDIANAPOLIS for Bait more Washington Philadelphia New York andi Eastern markets Good buyers always in attendance for export cattle and a other kinds of stock Consignments for Commission firms given grompt attention PRIVATE HOUSE SALES EVESV WEEKDAY Simon ODormell General Manager Iadison Monumental Works ESTABLISHED 1863 JAMES T HAMILTON PnoriiiETOU Blonnments Tombs Headstones Statuary and Foreign and American Marble and Granite FINE WORK A SPECIALTY +++ 4 Those who are contemplating ImyiiiK Marble Oranito or nny kistisf Cemetery Work will find it to their interest to call at the ol l sum1 in the n of the M E Church on Irvine Street whore they will find conuutaiitIytc Imi a large Ktoek of finished work to pelect frun lit prfcos tomiJtail elnsImyers SlR W G OUIFEI one of tjielKnt orlr inin in Cent Kentucky is in charge of our establishment and mean mtWaetcry WI In p pry pliRfo Parties living at a distance should write to for JIH which wili be furnished ou application EIr YOUR PATRON AGK SOLiriTEDSa JHMES T H7MILTON Propricty tit Hot Blast Peninsular j kJlouH i1ater with Tea Kettle Attachment JIfjAir passes through registers in heavily feed door Inta lalzer rin arounl top of heavy fire pot then IntotireMIiID perforaledtrff itne8i in this way pro luces perfect combustion and a tiaIt rMl xer ring alto protects bottom of radiator from dinetuetonto lire and t insursa its durability fl i POWERFUL noon HEATER X s lefleetor ring between heavy ribbed Ore pot and radiaor c lemls to outer T cnlllng forcing thelntenllebeat from lower section of Stovd down to the AJC Ijoor where mcst required w WILT HEAT ROOM UPRTAIR3 o qt WfcSiibovvLV opening can be utilized as ata kettle attachment In additlou to grkhllt vIIIlfol5 toP FinS CONTROLLED TO A DEGREE CQ i seatedItted vu4nouated on heavy quick acting screws workiur in a detachable yoke and K y 1fbe opening screw lnnoLoutprevenUnx brcikas in use ff 4Call at tie CASH HARDWARE HOUSE ot kf Dc3as mmo yho will ba plaiT to Showy ou this stove aa wclt as a full line of Other beat jjra anti cooktlovcar ra01 etc lflCbj3y j a