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T ir nII J1 1 1 a h w J t Ut k 1IVOLUME 26 ztI RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JANUARY 24 1900 NUMBER 34 i PROFESSIONAl CARDS A tOnNYS 8oE ROBERTS ATTORNEYATLAWd it tir2W MILLER ATTOBXKYATLAW Mfl1eurmers National flank feb3ly SULLrV AN JA ATTO RN E Y ATL A w MIC MONO KENTUCKY UiTnte over Taylors Hnnlware store op- site Court House on Mnin Street II B HOGG t ATTORNEY T LAW KiiiMosn KENTUCKY Office No 13 First SL up stairs 3130 J C iM OIIENAULT ATTORNEYS AT LAW RKIIMOND KENTUCKY Olfire on Second street over Chen an Its grOtery j W R LETCHER AttorneyqtrLaw J IIMOND KENTUCKY 2iT C LowryyAt- torneyatrLaw MilicTley Building Richond Ky PHYSICIANS nilS GIBSON GIBSON PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON 1 IIHMONU KENTUCKY iffie ia the Joe Cclin building and ao Sec on si rcet over Wnite old drugstore tj ClIAS IIOQKER VETERINARY SURGEON jraduate Ontario Veterinary College rinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty t j OtBce up stairs over store recently accu bv niclinrand Harness Co East Main St Kuumoml Ky aprtly JJ C JASPER MD Medicine and Surgery ufliee Prather Buildine Main Street Vi phone at placeliroadway IiuiMosn KENTUCKY M D iEVANS PlIVSlCIAH AND SURGEON i Sin IIMOSD KENTUCKY DIITJ TAYLOR 1raclitiontr in Medicine and Surgery RKIIMOND KENTUCKY 1jOmce and residence on Second Street DENTAL SU3BBR7 DT OsiUTvUuc Vi Coisoxv DBZTI8T ov LorjiHViLLK KY r d nmce next door to Government nutlding ri LinnJ Ky Office hoars 9 to 121 to 4 uovi7ly I 7 FRED SMITH iDEN 1ST neKfic uverUullins Grocery same office lat nocupicj by Or W W Durgin Jaul2ly Dr Louis H Landman X West Ninth Street Cincinnati Ohio be at tie Hotel Zlnimcr Richmond Ky on WEDNESDAY JAI 10 1300n- fwng every second Wednesday o each I ntV Reference every physician of Rich n Ky feblRly h h i Dr R Goldstein Tile Optic Specialist No Ml Fourth Avenue Louisville will be at the Olyndon Hotel KIchmond THURSDAY JANOARY 24 urninc one day each month Eyes exam and ilas es scientifically adjusted 42 WOltTII HF rUKSKNTS 1r 50e worlhof work We ate giving way watclnv Wrvrfe wwins ma fiiiiien jrnn rt lo intnxluie our Ilvpor TASTI E it liifliclasnilli8trat il fnmMv papi rnf from Hi to 32 larg- eiie lit to 128 oiliuniH of Chic Good t ries diierature Arl Humor Letters of Travel in Fiiriccu l uuls c c Ami all you liavo to do lo get 42 worth prost nls is in jtnt 20 fiilistUIbeni at 1I path Send We ill stamps for full IirtirtilnrH long lit f leeIits and nr p1pr IASTIMM for 0 months Mlrss TilE PASTIME Co Louis IiI A VOSIIKUHJI DISCOVERY Not only ctiris bit keeps well IB M ban organized company of ro liiinslble business men and has en rspment of thousands of Clorpyuion mid noted people throughout the coun try We 8pnai of that wonderful In s iuiniit Klfitrooiso and ask your rarcfiil examination lute tho cures it las rrung1it Col A 1 Nunally of the Inter Orean Chiraco writes 4earlv three years experience with 1jlectropolxe only confirms the truth of vour claims I pav my friniulfi that tts instilment Is a most wonderful in vention Hinl I uoiild not part with i me if I could get another Bend nldress for our Look gives letters from lnoplo who have been cured by Elec impoisn lIIW IRO POISE CO 513 iiirtb Avenue Iviaville Ky sept 27lyr n sapsiks ad Ohio Railmj l Time of Trains at Winchester Ky WEST BOUND lit Sterling and Lexington Accoin 55 am Eattern Express for Louisville 7 30 am pmNewEAST BOUKD lexington and Morehcad Ac QID 9 15 am New Limited F F V1168 am pmWashington SilndayThrough sleeping and dining car service to iew York sletperrerntlol1tlcallBichmoDd Ky BARNEYD J oa Xf County Court Days Paris Bourbon coUnty first Monday llooclarsecondMonday MondayGeorgetown Scott county third Mon ny MonIayNicholaaville Monday fourthMonllav fourthII IT IS NO BURDEN when a PIANO or ORGAN is pnr chased here Our orOlSV cujjoyttt 5tmctS without depriving themselves oli necessary comforts INSTRUMENTS OnCoOf1tbCSI superb HOLIDAY PRESENT Why not come in and Fokat those special bargains HARDING RIEHH H G KENT AGENT RICHMOND CY Our Goods AND Our prices Compel you to trade with us when you give usa trial ffi m 3 ID 3Bili The ladies cannot be deceived by catchy phrases nor bombastic claims All we have to say is we buy in the best markets of the world select the Jaw test goods and when you buy you know you have the latest uptodate goods Is that Avhat you 1int If so trade with WniteAND Gibson1I SALESMAN WANTED Enclose Stamp for Particulars lthontinJurrPRICE 50CTS PER BOX ANTI= tfNK Eniosed by till UiiitPiI Stales Health Upport DARRAGH RICH New York SOLE IIANUIAcTUBnB JinS12w ++ ++ CALL AT + + lfll SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and mQst refreshing of drinks that can be found dispenscdbydating clerks Genuine Saratoga Water Kept on Tap Phone 3 Second St RIOJOJYD xr TO FLORIDA DOUBLE DAILY FAST TRAINS VIA THE SOUTHERN RAILWAY SOUTHERNthe rapst aupeior schedules through carser zrangeentsgeneralyaorta DOUBLEDAILY TRAINS from Cincinnati and Lonlivllle in connection with the Crescent Route via Chattanooga Jcsup afThe Plant SytcuT- TUROUGU 8LKEPJNQCAB from Clncin nati to Jacksonville with convenient connec tionI from Louisville via KnQxvlllo AiheTil lie and Bavanuah This is the Scenic Route through theilonntalns of Western North Carp iinsTLC Land of tho Sky Also through Sleepingcars from StLoni to Jackaonville in connection with the L E A St L Railroad Air Line via Loutaville and Clt7toJltckaonvll1eIn connection with TUB SOUTHERN RAILWAY Via Birmingham Atlanta Jesup IThe d Plant The fat Clt- JacksnnvllleIJmlted only thirtyeight hours from Kansas City to Jacksonville All Agents of connecting lines Hell tbronch Winter Excursion tickets via TIlE SOUTHERN RAILWAY to the HssorU of Florida and the South Maps echedoles booklets And information tree to addriits JCDcA1JsNm- eA baY Passe Aengt LoUIsville WAToitrOca O tOlJu DEMOCRATIC TICKET wwwANNOUNCEMENT FOB couilt cLERktAROlIXAVANAUOto the action cf the Democratic Party We are authorized to annonncp C M RAY subjectto TEviSatctionoftheHMJlrILLERacandldatect to the action of the Democratic partyw JESSESran SUEEIFP FWAOERSispartymWefozSheriffparty thWekcountyparty BROADDUSsubject to the action of the Democratic party POD ASSESSOR Weare authorized to announce Incoontysubjectparty tAiCItaDemocraticwSJJS thtlt1zedrto announce GEORGE MadL10ncounty8UbJect WDEATtheDemocraticWe are adthorlzedlo announce DUD DUNN AssessorsubJecttothecttct paR JAILER CLACKEYdpartytS lSuthorIlcd to announce PETER O Madisoneoulilfpuny ROSSaaandhiatc theDvnocratlc PERKINSaction of the Democratic party WASHINGTON LETTER watchingthe Rlikelyis said to bo quite within the hounds of raduringwho shall be declared President next thatIforceIo Riving the administration an excuse for marching troops into the State to preserve order It is no secret that Democrats generally over the country look askance at the Goebel law and re gret that it should ever have been en fibeyondcording to the constitution of the t plhelor is notentitled to his seat end that Goebel is Whether angndinliieopinionKent ckianslt is entirely justsuch a is perfectly legal To resist illbe to resist the fundamental law of the State and will be absolutely hopeless besides The Republicans Know this but if they can create EluchI a disturbancn as to necessitate the feuding of troopp they will lay the foundation fur the throwing out of the electoral vote of Kentucky on the ground that the State has not a Re publican form of goverumenLrThe danger of such a proposition in ait election which will be as close BF that of thisfal will be ia apparent The Tucker Act passed in 1887 gives the House of Representatives power to throw out the vote of a State or oven to count it for the other side in case of fraud The managers so unscrupulous as the IJepublicans have shown themselves to be will hesitate to invoke this law if they can find colorable grouud for their action is not to be loubted for un instant The only hope lies in the small of the IlopuIlicanI majority in the House probability that certain Republicans will prefer justice to partisanship There is little doubt that the Democrats will carry the next House no matter how the Presidency may go The passage of the currency bill will really be a good thing for the party re moving the silver question from the domain of practical issues fprthe IlflxtI four years at the least and enabling the gold Democrats to come back to the party as indeed many of them have done already The bill will be of advantage in another way also as it ia conceded that it will lose the Republi cans at least five seata In the Senate those from Montana Nebraska Idut- howyrnnnndCoiorndnandil Be Cret l No woman can be too careful of her cqndition during the period be fore her little ones are born Neglect- or improper treatment then endan gets her life and that of the child It lies with her whether she shall suffer unnecessarily whether the ordeal be made comparatively easy She had better do nothing thaa do something wro- ngMOTHER Si FRIEjYJD is the one and the only preparation thatis safe to use is a liniment that from the outsidc External applications are eternally right Internal medicines are radi cally wrong They are more than hurnbugsthey endanger lile Mothers Fri nd helps the muscles to relax and expand natUrallynis lieves morning the cauSe of nervousness and headache prevents hard anti rising breasts shortens labor and lessens the paiiiami helps the patient to rapid recovery Prom a letter by a Shrcyeport La yourwOlldfor the last two months and find it just as recommended BMjjitti wtl K at SI par MM THS RADFIELD REGULATOR CO ATLANTA OA tiW r11IsSbT N u yearnfromCarolina and Marxland The loss of the firal five this fAil wouldBtiU leave mltjorltyof1Irbut la evenlyTiiespeerh of Indiana ia tm United States Senate on last markRthe trhemost c leanith Pinec 2arriedhe did not touch the heart of the con eloquencoil w ulithof the Islands present nnd prospective e alleged illimitable Chinese mar Netsnited States argued that the Filllapinos were not fitted for m Ifonttion was expansive and Would not stand in tho way of the United States governing them But he said n as to the rights of the people who had battled for liberty for three centuries nothing as to the methods by which this country had acquired control nothing as to the consent of the governed His argument was ad dressed wholly to American greed and not American morality Former Senator Quays friends are SenatorsIego defeating the forceuhill If Mr Quay could prove his claims he would Un- oubtedly win the sympathy if not the support of several Senators But the record is against him The force bill WitS fathered in the House by Mr Lodge of Massachusetts Aided by Speaker Reed he pushed it through that body under party whip and spur bySenatornow like Lodge in favor of seating Quay Hoar by turns stormed and threatened pleaded and begged in his effort to reach a vote lIe would have succeeded but for the fact that certain s were quietly opposed to theone of these Senator Wolcott of Cobcdo moved that the Senate lay asidere e force bill and take up the bill to re in gr itess1890 Dolph of Oregon moved to lay WorcotCs motion on the table The yeas and nays were ordered The vote rlohelqne7tiollof Wolcotts motion The result waszo Yeas 35 nays 34 SoWolcotta motion was carried The effect of this was to displace tha force bill aa un- finisbedbuslnessbefoM the Senate and b tiillace on the Calendar The long fight a the Force bill was won that iniquitous measure not coming up aiii for debate On both votes Mr uaya name appears in favor of con tinuing to discuss the bill That Throbins iltadscbp Wqnld quickly leave you if you used Dr Kings New Life Pills Thousands of Bunerers have proved their match less merits for Sick and Nervous Heado aches They make pure blood and jrEasyMoney back if not cured Sold by PerI y Thomas Dnigaists 5 The northwest will be interested In a bill introduced by Senator Davis of Minnesota restoring tho annuities to the Sisseton and Wahpeton bands of Dakotaor Sioux Indians and the Me dawakantOJiand Wahpakoota Santee Sioux Indians which were declared forfeited for misconduct in 1863TWe refund lOcts for every package of PUTNAM FADE LESS DYE that fails to give DrugCoSearcy Waco Ky Thonlas Adams Panola Ky jn3lm Citizens of Oklahoma wish to add the neutralstrip to their territory Mr Flynn delegate from the Territory lint introduced a bill directing the Secretaiy of the Interior toorder an Indian inspector to visit the Kiowa and Curnan che tribes of Indiana in Oklahoma Territory to negotiate with them fcr the relinquishment of all their interest inthe trait It contains 2700 aeiea A Thousand Toners Couldnot express the rapt re of Annie E Springer of 1125 Howard St Philadelphia Pa when she found that Dr Kings New Discovery for Con sumption had completely cured her of a hacking coughthat for many years had made life a burden All other remedies and doctors could give hut no help but she says of this Royal Cure9t soon removed the pain in my chest and I can now sleep soundly something I can scarcely remember doing before I feel like sounding its praises through out the Universe It So will every one who tries Dr Kings New Discovery for any trouble of the Throat Chest or Lungs PricH SOc and 100 Trial bottltt free at Perry Thomas Drug- Store every bottle guaranteed 5 The heirs of the late James B Bade will soon receive the half millioa dol lars retained by the United States Gov ernment under the act of March 8 1875 to lw paid alter twenty year maintenance of the channel is the South West pass of he Mteiselppi O H Appleton TjIece eWitt1ILittlmade fur constipation We use no others Quickly cures all liver and bowel troubled Perry TiiOMUR The Chief of Englneeniolthe Army has waite a report to Congress regard IBJC tbexa mlntio of tIe Ohte river froBX Mound City to Clro IIHtwH Major Blxby by whom the 8Jt mi na tion was made is of the oplHio tb t tliejmproveaient of th ttre ia n C- tnecenMeylu the InteTe KJlavIpMJat land te not at present worthy of Max undertaken by tlieg ejrrilov ruti IC Cw g Dar iweeAllkilatoear 35a X Mfi OroTrt ii m gMirs Jl911u bcL RICHARD HARDING DAVIS NEW STORY La Leitru ii Amour is one of the best love stories Rielw d Harding Davis has written Tlie scene is laid in London ami the characters are a beautiful American girl her mother n wealthy young Harvard man and a violinist of the Hungarian Orchestra The illus ations are by Howard Chandler Christy IA Lettre dAmour is the adingatory in the Midwinter Fiction Number ot The Saturday Evenings ost which will be on sale January the 5th saysKodolthan anything I ever took It digest what you cat and can not help uut cure yspepia and stomach troubles Per Thomas The curious situation in Santa Fe ew Mexico where the government ainia to bo the real owner of all the nd in the city will bo put an end to a bill introduced by DeegatQ Perea becomes n law Under this the ftv1 ernment quite claims fourrquare miles of land to the city in trust for the present holders Government buildings and reservations areexcepted from the grant Mr Perea also introduced bill making the Santa Fe Pacific Railroad including the whole of its property in New Mexico subject to taxation under the territorial lawsjeLADIES For relief of women Clues ter Tansy Tablets worth their weight in gold A safe and certain monthly regulator a box McnoocK CURB Co nov29 ly Atlanta Gn Mr Mercer of Nebraska has introduced in the House a bill authorizing the Secretary of Var to repair and renovate the substantial building now situated upon Fort Omaha Military Reservation a reservation located v ithin tho city limits of Omaha Nebraska and to construct such additional buildcl ings as he may deem necessary and to establish there an Army post of such character and capacity as he may think fit J I Bevry Loganton Pa writes n 1hildrenlieves and cures coughs coldsrroup grippe and throat and troubles Children all Jike it Mothers endorse Perry Thomas Mr Lacey oflowa has introduced in th House a bill authorizing the ad justinent of the rights of settlers whose fell within the boundaries of e Navajo Indian reservation in Anna when these were extended by Presidential order in 1380 The settlers ate granted authority to establish their rights and secure patents for any of said Idnds to which they havo a valid tl under the lands laws 3 1aof Murdock Catarrh Cure or Hylers Dyspepsia Tablets They propose to- recu every case of Catarrh Dyspepsia tiovly Rough River in Kentucky is to be improved If Representative Smith can have his way lie has introduced bill in Congress directing the Secretary f War t ocauee the banks of that river n eat Hartford and at the head of navi ation to be walled with stone in order prevent thin filling of the bed by the crumbling and washing of the banks and the obstruction of navigation ut that point L T Traviw Agent Southern R R Kel inn Ua writes I can not say too ughGuretremedyhatconghft colds croup bronchitis and anti long troubles Perry und homas The extension of the Norfolk Navy Yard has often been urged in the past e 5tirebill authorizing the Secretary of the N ivy to purchase a tract lying 272 acns north of the present navy yard t ihereof gerSHolr ViqjWllt It causes the oil glands in the skin o become more active making theh Irsort and glossy precisely as nature intended Itclesnsesthescalpfrom- dandruffand thus removes one of the Ire tcuteg of baldness It makes a better circu- Jatiorinthescalpandstop the hair from coming out N nwcMs 1M N Curts tss rl Dyers Hair Vfeor will su hair grow on onlythereing In the hair bulbs It restores color to gray or white hair It does not do this in a moment uwill it hair 4ye but in a short time the gray color of age gradually dialpears and the darkercolor of youth tikes its plae Would like a copy of 01Ott the Hair and Scalp It is free it do Hi SsiU sI1sil tI ritiirttwse J ptr a c The modem and most effective rure for constipation and all liver troubles th at famous little pllla known as De Witts Little Early RIsers Perry Thomas The Mayor of Galesburtr Ili has received a letter from a woman of Hilt Me who rays that in 1803 slut rode through his town on a bicycle at night without a light She desires to knoW what fine the law provided for tl ie ffenseashewaned to pay the si and thusTrelieveher troubled con- cience LITERARYNOTES Not one of us but has wished to change places and in the January Coe mopolltan the brilliant Edgar Saltus writes on The Delights of Trying to- eb Someboy Else in a manner that makes the folly of the almost universal wish excusable and oven commendable The article is heavily illustrated with pictures of people who for the time being have tried to he somebody else Former ConsulGeneral Charles De Kay than whom no American knows Berlin better contributes to the Janu ary Cosmopolitan a most interesting and important article on the impres sions he gathered at Emperor Williams capitol It throws a clear light upon Gentian politics which to the ordinary American isa somewhat obscure sub ct The article is profusely illustra ted also Good reading for the new year predominates in the January issue of the Cosmopolitan Among the sixteen wellknown writers who have con tributed to its pages are A T Quib her Couch with a stirring bit of fiction entitled Tha Lndv of the Ship Jonn Luther Long who has furnished a story in a new fleW which ho entitles Dizzy Dave Kirke LaShelle who tells of the tricks of the Theatrical Advance Agent and Seuman McMan ns who brings forth another of his ever Irish stories under the title of Patricks Proxy 4 g Itz18 Jt1r 2 I 5 4 aC TUenOts IrI cJ g g LUr- B Ia I io 08808008 II 11J 0 41 I rItsDtstsDtsDD J ggggg5Tg vi4 QQ oQ f FJ E1tn4 a q = t aoL1 tSCat t ntj11 Jf4 liilfli1iiifL 7 0en o tIno tn 8 aB B 11 ltI ttt= tgggo 1 +SOUTHERN lull LWIIY IN KENTUCKY Schedule In effect Novembir 10 1890 XASTBODICIX NoL NaJ NaS Lv Louisville T47am 310pm 743pm 9OIpmArLareneebCAr Versailles laiCsm 617pm lOOipm- ia45amAr Lexington 6Cpm lajupm WEIITItOUIU No wf ri-vL Lexington UOam 1SSpm Ar Versailles7ISaz1 4lZpm Wftam Ar Larenerbg5am SIJpro 5Ham Ar ShialbyvftleLI3nI 6apm 830am Ar LoulaTllla lotOam 7JOpm 7Mam KAarnoaNti WESTBOUND Ko No Ill ETATtosg No jllKoTit i c2pmlOolmOOpm BASTCOCKO WESTBOUND ol5 tNo t1 srATtOL Nc ttiopmOpm40ISpml4Opm710pm ILIlam Ar Oeoreia LTI 700am 310pm KAStBOUND WKST80UKIX Pt451un1latiam ISOpm Lv Venillo 7JO rari pm tflpniIsspmIpmiAr Irrln LY 143pm BTATIOWS No t Nil S tdptnArAr KnoiTllU i741Cm tIOpmArAr Jaek8 Ile L CIUnooca OSpm 647Cm- Ar Atlanta ia30pmillSOam Ar Maroo 17tSau TApm Ar JacksoQTllle raiaoOpm Lv Chattanooga ILI00m ILMam Ar BlrmlnrhmLV6lp tl3Ozm IUOpmAr toJaekiHIlIneIcbservatloa elialrcar Louisville- oLezlngtozt UILaululUeNn 2 tbrourhsi rIateanJaciesoovflld to St- LoulsviaUurglbLawrencebuiraud outsvIhio to LouUvllle LolilnllleIaAll trains between Louisville Lexlagioaaitil BuraindaIir f Between Versailles and Georgetown New IS and l6dsilyNov e7nd4daityezcep1Sunday- Between Versailles Nleholsnvllla Rick Bond and Irvine daliy except Sunday tDatly except Snnday Olkeriraina dally rsUICOIf VPOMJriL CULPI U f Wnthlnjton O C VVuhlnxton DOL WA CiiKapAn WMaTATtCfcAOPA WsHlnnC LcwivllieKy LtJ A K H Time Table No 1 Tilting Effect Sunday November 19 189 0 M Claw JUt BOVEB IOlaMI Ko f i k khB AMLPM AX Versailles HIIJ SM 6 NichoUavIlle 7M CM Valley View 11 M IT 35 786 Million 11 41 7 M f M 0Rlchraimd 868 tW P 1JMUnion 16 M ISM WM BransAefd 12 aSa W2S- MPanola X lef8 Irvima 18i UK r376T RO ROll- l1IJI BOCKB Ka Mii kh111hStHI ExSna AM PM PM A X Irvine a 46 H Panol 1 W 1 05 Brassleld 2 15 I 20 itoberlty 2S8 45 Union I 35 Richmond II S t6 J IMillion 116 115 Valley VIew I IMI It 340 NIcholMTllte 640 I 6 0 4 VeessiIlea 7 4 34 1 c P7il p iC jj liUsb w Q1rOLti0lsWitadku wiAnAJii 4ia- a0vil ERVOUSWEAKJDISEAS NO CURE NO PAY 01 r TIlE NEW METHOD TREATMENT youttrciyi diecnro It is tho result of Sit I treatmentftlmo WE CURE SYPHILIS 5 IoHnanklndt1euryIi1 ifyuuiiaveeorcsin tlo woulhor tongue CraheaduthoIvU B ulcers bra tha hair grows nicain painn tft liaLppCr ihn1ei henlth and innnuce U i o iiblo anti fate GUARM1TEDI g pptieitIa ourNew s i WECUREIMPOTEieKAndrcrtoranll ilIon mIittoi lifo acdeneigy are IL unwed And coo tCs lim elf n men 4 amnnr men Errry rau ii trraldihli- nldualiyno yeVeroollbcn our nonJrr j II nih hank to guarantee to accoin r l ltl what wu Lil- lOi5OOOOCLJFE EMYS5IONValLIcocErE ici1RAINi4utrrnrmCONSUITAtlOXTTIKK If unxhln lit cull wnlo fir IIOJETItEATMEXT DRS KENNEDYS KERGAN 122WFourthStCINCINISMTI And until midnight FINE RESTAURANT OYSTERS ALL STYLES REGULAR MEALS FRUITS CANDIES TOBACCO CIGARS 2THAr SANDWICHES AND COFFEE JanlOlr A DINELLI Next door to old postoffice t1ND I I N OP National importance 51 ALONE Contains Both Daily by mail 61 year Daily and Sunday by mail 8 a year THE SUNDAY SUN- s the greatest Sunday Newspaper in the World I rice 5c a copy By mall S2 a ycar ADDRESSTHE NEW YORK NY KodolDyspepsia Digests what you eat Itart flclally digests tho food and aids Nature In strengthening and reconstructing the exhausted digestive or gans It is the latest discovered digest ant and tonic No other preparation can approach it in efficiency It in permancntlycuresDyspepsia Flatulence Sour Stomach Nausea ImperfectdlgestlonPrepared For ale byiPerry Thomas A RttMcr iiry Xere Mr st Midkiff use inetHllecriiie firt and 001 pl ntJa the cooaty for tle cofl JHCtion and refwir of rubber tires for vehlcl 81nt ia turaln out factory tfprk aL fee tbaa factory prices We exMiiineit Hit work sad found it equaJ tot any fa Mirvtce H will be phllld t j exhibit his own factory work audqq4pncea Kepvtstiibbcr tiiw on oW lb riii and The Ute of the yhieiprolonged4ottlftt twice ibelr cq t W rd sot U uwrotion the corn rtt zslfjiI Ik 17 JeicfedREPAIRING AND A SPECIALTY TIMEINO FINE WATCHES ir n NEWS y555 a 3X2 r a ca All Work Guaranteed 2ND STREET RICHMOND KY r UI READY FOR THE YEAR I Our immense store is now filled to over flowing with the newest most attractive andIuseful articles for e O5e m9 consisting fLadiesDesksChif foniers China Cabinets Book Cases Rockers Hall and Libra ry Chairs Morris Chairs Jar diniere Stands and Screens Space prevents us giving a full list of the beautiful things we have this season and in vite you to make us an early call and avoidihrthe rush You can make your purchases y yourlcisureyou desire WATCH 1 nurrDau1ifu1t idov- i JI fcH SI NEVILLE MOBERLEYI 220222 W Main Street Jj L1hZEo 23RICHMOND KY llu Bairei Flpontli ROCKs nr The TRUE BLUE StrainICockerels for sale 300 This completes year of breeding the one vajriety exclusively MRS M F ARBUCKLE Sliver Creek Madison Co Ky noY293m MUUL W AIRTIGHT HEATER IIIIs what you want in IV i a preference to all others Reasons Fitgives more heat and uses more substantiallylli built and like a hot air furnace It has a large iadiatingsur face whIch circu lates the air rapidly 7l5 and heats the rooms jjL evenly Itisadouble p heater No dirt vjjj from ashes as it is carried away by the- patent v Sx ash flue It has perfect regulab tion and easy to op erate The design of the stove is per fCtaThe blacking of the outside fnCimr never burns off and is bright all the year round For sale by 9 D B gAzi I nMPAlY MAIN ST ET1RICui bl Kic ++ J7I+ + 1v TI1iILIj r 4f Jit T f 1 jrThe Richmond Climax Ji C C ENAULThProprietorA D MILLER Bnstneas Manger C E WOODSEdltor suWEDNFDAY IUHLIIiUItD EVERY WXDNUJAY BY The Climax Printing Co 1 RIC1C PKtt YEAR 160 THE CongroRfilonal Committee on Elections No 1 set February as the dttte for hearing the argument in the Li1tvisonUiIbtrtEighth Kentucky district YONTS the new member of the State Election Commission Isn graduate the Law Department of the Univereityof Virginia anil class mate of City Attor ney J Talbot Jacktou of Richmond drtowas a Hepublican ruse to detract atten lion from Mr Bryan Paducah Register This is the first and only intimation whdoescrats will let it go at thatthTIn beautiful weather of this week is a bad forerunner In fart It is a real bad weather breederPautagraph Down with this calamity howler Title recalls an old ladys reply to a question as to how she felt I feel better today but I always feel bad when I feel good because I know Ill feel worse afterwards faeverythingpome of those stray bullets fired in the OolsonScotl tine at Frankfurt did not strike the man who responsible for ofiiieuoUstion by zucidnittor natural death would absolutely be a blessing to the state IantagpIithThats mighty hard on John Young Brown BOOKBK WISIIIKPTOX the great negro ooratordress in Chicago Sunday night with iftheseA few lays ago I was asked by a Dfinnaibebusefulfulnoss will constitute our most lasting toinTHERE are now 53 United States vessels commission in the Philippines Some of them are largeshipssent to the Islands at u time when a show of force was depmed necessary and luring the latterperiod when a close blockade of the Islands was advisable Now that the rebellion is practically quelled as Otis wires every week we trust our rulers will reduce the police force on the waters snl reditco our taxes on the laud IT is said Coin is at his old trioks ai nin wriiitir ralamity ntuir Tlie people IIf tliix oimitry have riser above thin sort uf literatnn and Ills iiiiirih will 4llIthIts g heguiuiglati tagntnh Thn CLIMAX will 111lIul Anne of Prof Harveys sowilled mush anlI see how it aurers with tlie truth patriotism 11111mmon sense Mr Harvey wifely says When the people permit a cla s of citizens to do their thinking for them on a question of national policy it results in that class influencing legislation hi its selthlsi interest and against the interests of the musses and in the end If not checked I Chereis more or less a moral coward in tIn presence of his banker It is because money is a necessity to civilization When a class of men control it the members of that class have a powerful Influence in controlling public sentiment a power they will lose when our business men understand the money question- Thin Pantagraph will find more of thi nutritious mush in Irof Harve s htratiseIMtrialism the study and circulation of which among the masses would result in a revolution of the monetary sys turn of our nationn system about which oven that bitterest of bitter Ke publican newspapers the irreat New York Sun says The Government should go out of the banking business It it hoped that the National Rank act can be repealed not only with safety but with positive benefit to the cow iiiiinitv Tho Govvrnment should go out thebinkingbii8inps tee N Y Sun c2fi CiFBfoweriCou LEXINGTON KYt Clearance Sale 0 Very rapidly arethese speciat January values Take a at this list or better still take a look at our first floor CUT PRICES ALL THROUGH THE STORE 4 Dinner Sets 100 pieces each Blue Rose Green and Violet decor ntions teere UP now S9C5 Toilet Sets cut onehalf Salad Bowls 75c Sianol up 8 Lamps fancy colors were 3COr now 225 10 Lamps flit cy colors were 25I now 175- Onefourth off every fine LAMP in our slo- ckJUST A WORD About the Furniture in this sae It is choice It is newI It is the cheapest you ever saw IT WANTS TO BE LOOKED AT 4F1Broer COIJ o LEXINGTON y- NII6I I The CLIMAX is usablelrwant of sp ace and inability to reM one portioa of the otherwise legibly written report to print the contents of the Miseioa Resolutions of the Vinoy Fork Church passed January 13 Before our next is e will lie Moderator L L Kyle or Clerk W O Tharp kindly rewrited the title of committees worr August and Septemberna BR wiYANSLAST WEEK FRANKFORT KY Jan 17 To thtClimaxseJ G S Blackburn election as United States Senator to succeed Win ndsay Mardi 1 1901 was affirmed a of the mrnals of H atousesBryan was enthusiastically received by ofth e Democratic members I vive the CLIMAX a few of the best points in his address to the crowded house many la w Wased men who were unable to gain ad mittance Mr Bryan spoke nearly one hour and pa id tribute to and tl teepothee trusts and said it his ambition to m be latterhonors for himself He said 1 need not talk of 16 to 1 as your State declared last fall for it strongly an vo letesreceived Mr Bryan then attempted to impress on the members of the Assembly the ct thatthey were servants of the peotlu P w foishesattentfoiTto the tact that in the adoption the Chicago platform the delegates to that th theere He then took up the profes sionallobbyist883ingThey and take the legislator off in a far corner sometimes Ice flpuencehe fights the corporation There is but one law that I desire to have this thdercorporation to contribute to a fund to e used for campaign purposes I be li toevoprestrictoiiey pQwer A law of this sort should not only be passed by the State L co fountrycorporal Ion that wants to stay out ot politics would approve of it There is another law that I I li nkeP aiga 1 have met manypersons who lost money to the Republicans on my I feel that n law should be racea prevent betting on elections Betting is not morally right and itis against public policy as the who bet a 8rethings to win their moneyuJohn Whallen says he did that shouted some in the gallery and amid a great laugh another spectator yelled Box 559tIn the correction of these evils saiil Mr Bryan the State legislatures cannot do it all but they can go far to ward putting a stop to it The speaker then took up the watering of slock by corporations especially railroad corporations and after discus ng this evil urged the passage of such a law as is now on the statute books of several States to prevent it Senator arter of Anderson has since Intro Oct51 a bill like the Texas law on this subject Other features omitted for wanttafpale will appear next week PERSONAL jMissT exaspIsilinghisMr C A McGee was in Xicholasville on Monday nMtJexinJtouLexingtonCrlendslnJunelJviIJo jyesterdayMiss Marie Harber is visiting Mrs Will Shanks at Stanford visiteHamiltonleftMr J J Williams of Paris was the gurst ol frlends here on Sunday upfromsCnrraleen Smith is in Winches er to attend the BentonHunter nupti nip ablIJiJlesOhio 11IlfIrtnees Mr T D Chenault Is able to be out hish01l10Mr anil Mrs J W Bales have as a guest Miss McElwaine of RowlIc UreentonIondacounty isthethis week Miss Jennie McMIcken of Cincin onMalUSenator John Barrett of Frankfort spent Sunday with is sister Mrs JSpeed Smith khaveNew Orleans atvisittoWilliamsburg retamedfroClin Georgetown downfromflee a pleasant call Mr RJ BatetcH of Middleaboro a theCLJUAXMr R L Gentry traveling for a SandayuJftNfRLouisvilleof Mrs J Speed Suiitli Leave1lwhe Is t at White Station last week Misses Beside Ballard and Cleva Me toAca4myThe Praijdennla Club will F sridaywithProlJ P Clark Suppeut 630I Mr sad Mrs W D Ototom and little boys Rosald and Harold are vialit Ing relatives at Me Sterile title week olWincherf Mrs Marlab XeKIaMy M Vale n City meabuhIt il d Jl ti Sunday here the guest of Misa Minerva Park Phelps After a pleasant stay with her mother Mrs C C Smith Mrs J M Benton accompanied guest188telby to whom on Thursdayshie ten thMisSythnia Moran at Camprille Fla Mr Richard Me see has been assign ed ha fcKeervice A large Crokinoie was given by Mefsra Irvine and George hums st Friday night It was a very enbyJo yabte affair Several from this city tended Dr Frank M Walker who has been parentsIrat tu CollegeiLoniavillo Mrs C S Smoot went to Louisville ednesday last this beIng her first borne since her marriage on Oto ber U Mrs Smoot will probably return next week Rev RJ Hunter is visiting his old home Uncas N C Being a good hun r in more ways than one took tortsMr W R Letcher Jr pnd bride nee Miss Annie Pearsbn will this week begin housekeeping at the residence tely occupied by Mr and Mrs T S agan next door to Mr J W Smith Mr J A Kewcomb circulation man ager of the Louisville Commerdalwas here last week The Commercial should have a big list here as it is the ading organ of the Republicans In pOneCentral Kentucky is that of Mr J J Brooks and in it is found one of the Democrats and cleverest men in country Crab Orchard cor Stan rd JournalsHon J N Sanders C U 83 and JuclgeAlcornsbegan housaknepliijr Wednesday in elr cozy home on Danville street tanford Journal Dr W II Coffey of Kansas City nephew of the Lemuel W Hill county clerk visited here last week o left Wednesday for New York to nter the Polyclinic College to take a juMrMysticShrinethe form of the unique invitation to is notable function Oasis of Louis e January 1900 Illustrious perfectingthe fertile Desert of Paducab for the- urpose of taking in a large crop of o wpedaway Oasis in the Penneriie Desert You will therefore be governed by thu- llowing The Carravan ill leave Louisville on January 17th PaducahIntrusty Arabs On the morning of Jan ary 18th the camels will be groomed nd our tents spread for a coremonial session at 230 oclock p m when all properly qualified Sons of the Dessert will be taken inand the mythical mysteries revealed to them In the evening the usual fast and festival of n Myetfc Shrine and Carnival will be celebrated at the Palmer House from 30ocock p m until the small hours the next day If you would go with JourlreasureShekels you need fur this pilgrimage to rejoIcingthority of a dispensation petitions will he received and balloted on at this meeting ThursdRYin his handsome law office on Main blockSeenteenuests present being Dr Stewart and IMr J A Sullivan lhe topic for discussion was Crime and why do we punish it An excellent twenty minute paper was read by Dr Stewart hyItevrespeetIvelyCarpenter made highly interesting lks Dr A Wilkes Smith suggesteu minimizingwere exactly and fully set forth in an a on the fourth page of the last is tbeLexington EmasculationMrly a lavish entertainer but his cordial guestsgivet distinciont Joes cafe where oysters on the shell veal fish brick cream and all the condhnentsputlllispersooentertainment being wafted to iiim on celehratedonJebruarydiscussion Has the young man of today the opportunities for advance ment possessed by life forefathers ClarkMcereary RELIGIOUS Eli L H Reynolds has been maul mously called to preach at the Speedwell Christian church for this year The Rev Wm Williams who has been pastor of the Flat Rockchurch Rockcastle county for the past twelve years has resigned The Rev Mr Phelps has been called to succeed hinv Rev Dr J L McKee theologian and orator will conduct union services on Sunday morning next at the Second Presbyterian church Everybody is cordially invited to attend He will also conduct services in the evening at ime same place The week of prayer observed in Richmond last week by the closing of stores from 4 to 5 p m daily reminds us of the following dialogue between a grocer and his clerk Well Hezekiah have you graveled the coffee sanded the sugar powered the soda and watered the coal oil asked the grocer of his clerk Yes boss so I haveTespoBd ed time clerk Well lock up and lets go to prayers MARRIEDA CHKISMANGEXTUT Leonard Chris man and Miss Mary E Gentry daughter of David Gentry were married at the latters home on Bed Lick January 1- 0IVAnroumCoxJuno Warlord f Crooked Creek and Miss Winnie Cox of Little Rock drove to Irvine last Thursday and were married Th bride Is a daughter of Columbus Cox The FranWHt Tragedy eveningjltstnews of the terrible tragedy at Frank fort and our next mornings issue COD taiaed a substantially correct account of that lamentable event Although all the facts upon which a truthful statomeat can be baeed have not and may never be brought out what ii lyMnsspoeeerred IB our State eqsalliag kt em rpH the horrible eaewaleret Co 8wof and Jadfrs Goodkw at Lexiottoa- a delia yeM ago IB this 1t4r C M only two HIM wssa iOYolvedbQi hot dMMaHMttU ofteir combat with 4 shyftTfatBws Nobody Good n g Thrtsmlt ache or pin orwor paeaknessthat directs your attention to e necessity of purifying 01fr blood by taking Hoods arsapiit Ttej1our whole Body receives good d jtyinglingrstne great reme ages and both sexes Dyspepsia CompKcaieS eoUh Over arid Wncy iroebU J suffered for yetrs from dyspepsia with severe paHoods SrsprSU mute me strong IJIJ hearly B Dnerion Aatxtm He nod3lloodi PUU cure Ur r Uli the and buniplstoland dirk In tIle affray at Frank rt last Tuesday one of the principals a two bystanders were instantly killed and four others badly wound ed as a result of sixteen pistol shots fired at an arms length in the crowded lobby of the Capitol Hotel When the smoke cleared away tim following inventory was taken t Scott dead with six holes through his head neck back and hips Luther Demarce assistant postmaster at Shelby villo dead shot through the heart Charles Julian farmer of Franklin county wounded in both legs from which lie sh ortly died of loss of blood Col Col on left arm shattered by bullet from wrist to elbow Capt Golden danger ously shot in the kidneys Henry Mc Ewan of Louisville shot in ankle H G Redpath a Chicago drummer right leg broken In two places was knocked down and trampled upon by principals and bystanders lion James B McCreary of this city was not an eyewitness but was st onteide the office and heard the One of the wounded men Capt Golden staggered out aud fell upon Mr McCrearys shoulder exclaiming I am shot To correspondents the Governor made this statement I am certain by Goldens appearance and what he said that he had not been shooting He did not look like A man ho had just fired a pistol hut more ke one who had been badly before he knew any trouble was goin1F on He must have been instantly unnerved and that I take it could not have happened in the case of a man who was trying to take an enemys life 1 The tragedy occuring though it did during the intense extltoment incident to the contests of the Democratic nom i nees forstate offices had no connection with polities as is shown by the origin of the trouble last year and by subsequent alleged statements and threats of the principals with regard to each other besides both were Republi cans In fact everyone intimate with Scott and Colson freely predicted a combat to the death whenever tile men welThe only feature not contemplated by these friends of the combatants was the deplorable loss of life and wounding of innocent bystanders INDICTED ON FOUR COUNTS jurybroughtDave Cols In Satuidsy Two charge t Luherand two are for carrying concealed grantedfurtbercase Money for Stockholders of Waco M M Co Entirely on account of the unjomit ting efforts and constant attention of Hon China L Searcy to what was nobOOysbusiness Waco Mining Manufacturiug Co- rea just 12 per cent better off than bopefor800 in cash and 423 in good notes to the Treasurer of the Company Mr Win Benton of Waco which will on able them to recover 12 per cent ofo t itAfterlakinp owing to lackof lunda and In debtedness the property became scat tered and went to rack and their lands propertyAboutelected by the Directors to see what could be done towards paying oft the indebtedness and winding up the busi ness With characteristic energy and sagacity Mr Searcy went to work upon a most uninviting task aud after great ell rts In selling and reselling severalswallplots of land and by ex hanging and trading note he has agreeably surprised the stockholders by paying all the debts of the corporation mid turning back into the treasury 1 Searcyhasassigned to him and performed all the work without fee or reward except the grateful thanks of the stockholders ManufacturingCompanyw8l capital along back In time very incipiency of the boom times for the purposes of developing the ojl clay and gaslandfl around Waco and lor the manufacture of brick tiling and other articles from the unsurpassed clay and sand of that locality Gas was found and blatk oil still oozes from the ground and stone thereabout but the propertydaiiigedoof the paidup stock the prompters grew tUscouraxed and some were di verted from the development of the cpnntryV by what seemed to be afiUre source lpiofIt investment In the con struction OftheBN T k B railroad about tltJirae projected With but little if aay rabataattal retaIns for their stockholderswork found thomeelvesflnanciahly un able to do so Hence the scheme fell through and thitapparatu8 of the com nellectedpnyCromSearcy et to work with all the vim vigor and victory of his nature And hence it Is with pWj 0 himself and undoubted satwfactlwj his associates that he has been able so successfully to 8iKRedtohimin praise of his work on this occasion it speaks for Itself Incidetitally we may mention the fact that Jd r Sercy has lost BODe of his former faith in the TMotval lHortha trNftre bidded beaet or Wscoiluw ctkMllbe retet rnti4iIaCtUrlng MI1 aooii yin kiiiff twrtion cl our county 8ithijthded to the word Mr Swfcy hM wtgaffed owaa oxteo j c oqlUngforand ho toltl us on Monday lie could not keeptp with tIme ordurs although bis k are running to their utmost ca pa city Need we reminil our mailers as ground for any seeailngly extraya gant claims above that the clay deposits at WacO are the finest on earth the medal for this prowl distinction hay lag been awarded nt tIme competitive totatthO Centennial Expolitlonof 187C The oil gas sand aRid litho graphers stonu deposiUIti Ibeviclni as above said need only the magic ni ol money waved above them to blofsom as the rwo Idle holders of idle capital hore ten flVM 5orthe em ployment of haihniity and tlm enrich inent of wenltl1 Hows This ReFdfornnvt be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure J Cheney Co Props Toledo We tho undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last 15 years and be lie ve him perfectly honorable in all financiallyletheir firm To Druurghitsledovii Wholesale Druggists Toledo O Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internal ly acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system 1rice 75c per bottle Sold by all druggists Testimonials free Halls Family Pills aro the best 1m e Remember 1 That I have purchased the stock of groceries re cently owned by Mr J M Asbill near L N De pot and am now prepared to furnish and deliver fresh goods toany part of the city at the lowest prices I shall continue to make PRODUCE A SPECIALTY PoultryButter than any house in Rich mond It will certainly prove profitable to you to get my prices before dis posing of anything in this line L GOTT Ian21tf ALL HANDS UP and the wearers cuffs are shown Those laundered at the RICHMOND STEAM LAUNDRY are conspicuous The spOt beautypffinish apart fromall others r Every article laundered here is equally well done We know how to do the work and take a pride in doing it right RICHMOND STEAM LAUNDRY r Notice to Creditors estateft onorbeforeMarchicoW L CEUTCHEB Janl74w Administrator PatrQniz Home 1ance Oindotherpropertyln G P InstitutionivesFIRE LHiIlTNINi AND TORNADO Ko assessment calls on members when losses c c feehargedcheapest and most reliable company for the thetateonenaif after the Stat For fnrtherinforzistion call on their attornuyatlawihmond TrustCompanyJ H tABTER Pros maySlly OO 503 WORTH 1jecs PATENTS PATENTAIS5TTNotice Book Howto obtain Patents DCSISNS OBTAIKED FREE ulecurculLetteiaE G SIG RS PaM Lawyer WaAteftM B- CVery e New s 1900 IS OUR LINE OF VALL PAPER Which we have recently added to our sl ck- Wehaveconneetedwith r us Mr W L LEEDS whosVrepu vtion 4anI riQr Dec well established arid in guanteework We also carry a completeiine of tlJeve1Y freSh purest drugs drujgist Sundries toilet articles and stationery Please call and exarriifle our stock before purchasing els e ereS we will fkke pleasure in showing you our gcodt whether you uy oit notHesp PERRY 0 THOMAS 1 J J3 W smkaHr PHOKMMo75 11 11I11ETI ir 7 QtEBR I HEADCiTTABTEHS FOX SEWm MAXfHINES SEWING MACHINE SUPPLIES Orders taken for PIANOS arid ORGANS Rfrig a Sj iaUy B5if OFFiCE opposite Court House with Freeman Bros anI7ly Grain For Sale I handle largo quantities ol grainand can make close prices at any lime At present I have 40000 Bu No2 White Seed Oats 20000 Bu No 2 Mixed Oats Grown in TriQiana Illinois Wisconsin and NebraskaBuy Seed Oats now as they will go 10 per cent higher in the next 30 days on account of shortage of tIme NewNo8bulk or sacked in quantities to suit purchaser anywhere in Kentucky CATTLE VACCINATED forfarmerstive of black leg now prevalent in this sectionM BIJUR WHITE JanlOtf ESTILL MADISON 00 KT YES WE P1 flZE 11E WAY By offering you prices never heard of before For 350 wiL furnish 5or ordinary size room white back figured pa per put on wall and ceiling with border choice of 4 patterns for 4 choice 450rOther fine in propor tion all new nineteen hundred goods For the past two months we have been con stantly receiving large ship ments direct from the facto ries of new goods in the dark rich Reds Blues and Green in Stripes Flowered designs c You should see the many new designs that are made to be used without bor ders in fact it would be useless to attempt to describe the man novelties in papers we have in stock The Price will toll it is right Very respectfully GEQI M51ILtI Wall Paper Window Shades Picture Frames Paints Oils Varnishes Brushes largestPrices Established 1870 V IAU STEEE- TBICHMOND KY Your 6ain== = Our Loss THATS WHAT OUR GR- ANDCLEARANCE SALEOF BOOTS AND SHOES EL8 Everyone mows that all kind of leather goods are ad vancing and will continue toadvance But in the face of the advance we are knocking the price down We are offering goods at a less price than we could possibly replace LargeSpringTHEY GO Regular Price Reduced To Mens Boots NewStock3 002 00 Mens Boots New Stock 2 00 1 50 Mens Bootees Very Fine 5 00k 4 00 Mens Bootees Very Fine 4 3 00 Ladies Fine Shoes UptoStyle 3 00 2 00 Ladies Fine Shoes Beauties 2 00 1 50 Mens Tan and Box Calf Latest Styles 3 50 2 50 Mens Tan and Box Calf Latest Styles 3 00 2 25 Every thing in the Shoe line reduced in price Your chance to save SALE NOW IN PROGRESS VVIAI4ih11aJ El El 8JF1 El l E 6 Ei1161 ABed to Die In I A Coffin to Lie In A Carpet to Walk On OnEiuJEiJA Table to Eat On5 jii A Sofa to Sit On Ill kI ff1I t 1 ND1 IA thousand other pieces of Furn M i1i iture suchas j II WRITING DESKS Iiv FOLDING BEDS B COK CASES p 1 11 iEffiNA CLOSETS EI t J1 AT RACKS li EASY CHAIRS Etc Wall Pa er Picture Erames Ot tomdns and other firstclass articles ii ji S OLDHAMSSUCC- SfSIIII td MWOSTAlf t WJIAM Mi 31 Day Phone 76 Night 1S6 LJ c f l E I HANDKERCHIEFS GALOREc 8 An exceptional opportunity for the Holiday Season The first on the list andof interest to the little folks is the t Fairy Handkerchiefs Illustrating the old familiar stories of Mother Goose Rip VanWinkle and Cin derr lla They are also suitable for couch pillows i ks e Ladies plain white hemstitched handker chiefs 4c Ladies embroidered and hemstitched handkerchiefs 5 10 15 20 25e Ladies alllinen embroidered and hem stitched handkerchiefs 25c Ladies alllinen lace 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 handker chiefs 25c Mens Japanese silk fancy bordered handkerchiefs lOc Mens Japanese silk initial corner hand kerchiefs lOc Mens Plaid Mufilers 25c Ladies Suspenders with fancy buckels 10 and 25c Ladies Pompadour Combs 5 and 15c Fancy Towels 15 20 25 and 35cy Quiltted Red Satin Slippers lined and fur top 150 Plain Brown Felt Slipper lined and fur top 100 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 linen and napkins to match 800 per set The above are Special Holiday Leaders and should interest every youEOWENMKEE tr t r tSTOCK TAKINii dS NOW OVER 4- lt And it revealed the fact that we have a number V Iformeris full of short lengths and at prices that will open your eyes SamcV worth 25 and 30c at IDe raV Ladies Fine Cashmere Hose worth 50c at 39c rf Ladies Fine Cashmere Hose worth 40c at 25c iV Ladies Fine Fleeced Line Hose worth 50c at39c e Ladies Fleeced Line Hose worth 40c at 25c U 75 pairs of Infants Wool Hose worth 10 and 15c at 5c r100 pairs of Mens and Boys Wool Hose worth 25c at 15c Duck Dr ss ath R QUC Q C There are several sorts of critics Those who flaws in everything Destroy be 4rpuse they cannot build Those who look biased glasses and those who base conclusions on ascertained facts Critics who deal in facts say Elders Dress Goods t are the bestrichest selection offered Close fashions dictate and invariably selling at- C prices less than most stores charge for Jj goods of same qualityt2 50 Silk and Wool Crepons at 1 25 2 00 Silk and Wool Crepons at 1 00 C 1 50 Silk and Wool Crepons at 75c i 1 00 Silk and Wool Crepons at 60c 75c Silk and Wool Crepons at 45cC Our line of Black Dress Goods at 2529 35 45 r 50 65 75c and 1 cannot be equalled in values j and matchless prices Linings 5to 35c per ydC Rugs Carpets Mattirgs and Floor Oil Cloths Rug Carpet Matting and Floor OH Cloth selling ii getting to be a more and more Important part of our business You appreciate our methods The stock that might have been counted ample looks small now and weIt ourfSPECI1L OFFERINGS jw THIS MONTH l 9 siQuse 4 In our DRESS GOODS TRIMMINGS UNDERWEAR IIOSIEIIY CORSETS BLANKETS FLANNELS SUITS LIN Ei8 c We can save yOU money on It vcrythiHg YllaBftd and PaperPaUemsweCllnsaveioufromSo2- Seatl on a single pattern and the Beat in tho at Samples cheerfully seat on appllc Uon CLOTHINGS CORSETS uur McCALL BAZAR PATTERNS Mens odd Paate 90c SlGO St2 SIM 200 XM and 8Xa Mens and Boya Sulta at greatly reduced prtcea GLegwalstSLOO R A Q Short 100 Nor It c Boto 807 660 Dr Nossah Cre co SI Armo aes corsc ac Thla lathe place to tiny the JIcCiill Bazar beat In the world We have a complete stock Can we not Inteest von 1n subscribing for McCaUa Magazine This LhL u= f puvucanon l5Iuea ny nu CiallConpaay a d subscriptions are takes at onr counter for 30c per annum hereOnrMockoCNotIossjS India LIDItens Ccsp Laeea 5c per d Dp Lace Curtain 9c to 55 per pair orders ptl1KeDdeolOBfeceJ1t of a Postal Card asking for one- we will mail M to address Wishing our new friends ae well as elftetHIe a kM y i4 prysperoua New Year and thanking them for tatare as lor pa t i- n1Rpecfrlly i Submitted to Cash TradeC 4 EV ELDER PCT i 7 n WVW t ttistttif I For Your Living Every Day But Its What You Get For Your Money e fairInYou may pay the biggest price but that really cuts no ice W MONEYCQ Neei before has the public peen treated to such a feast in the way of lIIGH GRADE e convinced that we carry the most complete line of Boots and Shoes found in Richmond and at C prices that will please you i A i ft The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY JAN 24 lDOO Kentucky Colonels February 1 Quarterly court began on Monday Remember the Kentucky Colonels are coming Will Pryor Jr is out again after a severe ilhibss Famous Kentucky Colonels Qur tetto February Best Jellico coal fur sale by Letcher Witt phone 142 24jan4t George like lost 9 cattle by black leg and Clark Rico Bro lost 5 Zenia Cobb has bought the Clifton Burgin place and moved thither Miss Fannie Wallace will shortly open private school at Paint Lick Best coal on the market for sale by Letchor t Witt phone 142 24jan4 Mr Robert French is the new clerk at Douglas Simmons hardware store Foxtown Joe Fhelps paid David Shanks 2 per head for a hunch of shoats Dont fail to buy the celebrated Jolli co coal for sale by Letcher Witt phone 112 24jan4t tieW Oeatherage lot by meningi tis of the brain his fine black saddle horse Bob Joe JRancroft is out after a siege with a dislocated shoulder and wrist due to a fall The Cemetery Co reports a balance of 84118 in tile treasury after paying Isjiensts latt year Esquire John Stapp of Newby quilified Friday as administrator of Jackson Newby deceased Covington t Mitchell are ridding their store of heavy winter underwear t I make room Jor pprlng goods G W Deatherage has moved from Red House to Blue Grass having rented fur 1900 the G B Million place A modern dentist will fill your tetIL The hest amalgam filling 75 cents Dr Hohgnn next door to Government Building Richmond Ky julOtf Gentry Green of Union City sends ill a week behind titHe a solution of our figuro puzzle His figure is the Fame as four previously reported Extracting loelh is the work of an ignorant man Dr Hobson next door to Government huh ling Richmond Ky Treats alUlae your teeth For cleaning the electric globe at the Glyndon corner the Company will accept thanks TIll light is 20 per cent brighter Keep the globes clean Wo are sole agents for Proctors Red Ash lullico coal which is the best on the market jan24lm J CmtiSTiAjf Co If you iiaveHiiy oiik ash poplar or walnut Iigs or trees anil wish to sell them for cubh write or rail on ROY SoPKK Co nov2Cm NichoIaBville Ky Country people ate advised to hold their money until week after next when Ownn HuKee will begin a crest goods reduction sale Itead ad next week John Turlrv the popular young liveryman is nursing a lacerated arm as a result of plunging his hand through an unseen window at his Mablo Friday night A lino spifiineti ot Crewel em broidery of 1855 a handsome sofa pil low is on exhibition at Muberliiyd fur niture store It is the property of Mrs J W Earing Freenmn Jholhcill today a whole sale retail and bobtail clearance bide of boots suit shoes for ladies antI gentlemen Nrw htme next to Rich mond National Itnnk Having bought tlimr stock for ppring before the death of Mr Mitchell Mr It C H Covington will sell all heavy goods at slaughter prices to wind up the partnership business On account of death of Air E E Mitchell of Covington Mitchell the partnership business must be settled up so that everything in stock will be sold at sweeping reduction See ad Four hundred choice pure bred Plymouth lloclc cockerels and pullets for sale at 50 cents each or5 perdozeu They wilt costyou 1 each after Dec 1 Eggs 15 for 60 cents Mas II COMTE- Ksept20tf Richmond Ky Decision Affirmed The court of appeals line dinned the decision of the Madison Circuit Court in the case of Goodloe etc vs Black New and True Dentists Who extract teeth buause they ache should go to school and lean how they should be treated Dr Hob sun next dour to Government Build lug Richmond Ky ju1011 For Sale One wood saw machine one 4hors sweep power belt speed jack etc one good wood cook stove doubt walertanfc B W STUHD VAXT 17jan3t Richmond Winchester Court J A Ramsey reports about200 cattli on the market 8 bead 700 lb smootl steers sold at S4C5 per hundred 3 OS Ib yearling steers 2800 extra good steer calves 21 fat cowa8 come 1200 lb steers 423 Hot of COO Ib steers 24 j Springer cows f35to KJ A good many left over unsold Se engagements lambs it Superior Quality The coal from the mines of Messrs Walker Evans Chenault Sullivan etc on Brush Creek has been pro nounced by mineralogists to be of a superior qunlityICentral University The second half of the present session of Central University will begin Monday next 29 inst Tuition In College proper 30 in Preparatory 2250 This is a good time to outer Parrishs Net Grocery Mr Gordon Parrisli has opened a grocery store on Irvine street near the livery stable of his father Mr Lyman Parrisli and invites friends to patron ize him promising firstclass goods and low prices Est ray Hog A btackBpotted gilt weighing about 100 pounds came to my place on Dec 28 and hassince been cared for by me Owner can have same by paying charges ShELBY JKTT janl72t KirksviUc Ky Right horn the Orange Groves of California Mr Wll Welts made our mouths water one day last week by showing us a small box of oranges sent him by his son J T Wells of Patton Califor nia The fruit is of the ravel variety rich in color and delicious of tasteso wo understand A FAIB OFF R I will fill any order for Tyou at the jewelrylinecity Selected from anybodys cata logue that you may have thereby say ing you expense of ordering Respectfully jan3lyr JP ARMER Louisville Poultry Show On account of the poultry show at Louisville January 22 to 27 the Louis ville Atlantic railroad will sell tickets to that city at rate of a fare and a third for the round trip on the certificate plan C M BUOWNISG G P A 18jan2w New Poslofflcc on Jacks Creek Pike As soon as Messrs James Million and Win linden complete their general store at Tribbles ales on the Tacks Creek pike an eflbrt will be made toes tablish a postoflice there whichwill be of much convenience to adjacent residents Fund to Aid Temperance Cause We are informed by Elder FP Ben ton that tho Speedwell Christian Church passed a resolution Inst Sabbath requesting the Representative of Madison to work for and vote for a good county local option law A contribu tion to aid in the work was collected Lest lletween Government building and Mack Millers residenceon Main street Thursday December 28 a leather locket bonk containing about 8 or SID ill money A liberal reward will be paid for return of same to CLIMAX or R P McCoKD jan5tf Red House Ky Lell The Onions It is rotated that a thief who robbed Mr Mat Dozier at White Hall of a lot of provissions and preserves left be limit a bunch of onions The fellows caution is commendable No bettor way to locate a hungry thief than by lila breath and he couldnt have lied about onions to save his life Stirring Em Up A negro faith curlst named Powell has performed some alleged wonderful cures among his raco in this city his most notable nchieyement being the restoration of a woman who had not walked a step in ten years She is said to be on her feet JIOW and able to go about as if nothing Jiad happened Historic Land Purchased at Boonesboro A part of the old Nathaniel Hart farm at Boonesboro where Governor Shelby married a daughter of the first named has just been purchased by Mr George Bontley ho on Monday paid Thomas Stevens 4737 for the Boones boro ferry and 100 acres of land known as the old Stevens tract Mr Bentley now owns all the bottom lend on the loft of the pike opposite the spring including a part of the Hart farm above mentioned Big Case in Circuit Courl The principal event of this term of thin Circuit Court is the case of Asher Hensloy of Lotcher vs South era Lumber Co of Valley View this county Mr Ashier sues for 10000 alleged to be doe him on underineas urcmeut of logs lions James B McCrcary J Tevis Cobb James D Black and W R Black of Bar boiirville are chief counsel for Asher lIons JM Benton of Winchester and LA Sullivan of this city in a Jiko capacity represent the defendant corn pany Tho Telephone Tells If you talk your secrets over the tele phone do not be surprised or accuse any of your friends of betraying your confidonce should you hear your pri yale affairs discussed on the streets wisely remarks the Anderson News You should know that often when you are talking you can hear other voices more or less distinct and if yon hear others they also bear you Hence remember that while you aao sending whole pounds of sugared Bwectueer over the wires to your dear Dnlclna your bated rival or what la worse thE- other Dear Charmer whom you have 2 succeeded in fooling heretofore may bE getthti onto your curves Then therE is trouble in de land and all bcaa i of a crossed wire A telephone b iaifbiy poor bud to kep secrete = u j iflavebelowDepend A areijRICE ARNOLD Mr While Lost His Horse and the Case To- oAbouta year ago a fine blooded mare Princess Bonnie belonging to Mr James White was found near the track of the L A west of town with injuries sup posed to have been caused by the companys train The mare was shot to end tier suffering as she was hope lessly injured and a suit for 1500 dam ages was brought against the company The verdict however went against Mr White For Sale One of the most desirable building lots in Irvine on corner of Main and Court streets known as the Gardner property Tire lot is seventyfive feet front and sixtyeight feet deep and is located in the heart of the city For a business house or hotel this is the most valuable property in Irvine For par ticulars call on or addressA MILIEK Jan 24tf Richmond Ky A Christmas Marriage is Just Announced Mr Win Scudder Jr son of Mr Wm Scudder a well known Red House farmer went to Louisville on Monday to claim his bride formerly Miss Laura Johnson daughter of Rev JJ John son formerly principal of Ayers Academy at College Hill to whom he was secretly married in Jefferson vi lie on Christmas Day Mr Scudder was accompanied by Mr Win Powell a salesman at E V Elders store this city Big Horse Deal C W Williams of Galesburg Ill owner of the great trotting stallion Al lerton 2091 has just completed the largest deal of recent years in the trot ting horse world He has purchased the three Electioneer stallions Mazat Ian 226 Expedition 215 and Bel sire 2211 and the Wilkes Boy stallion SirVincent lS All of these horses with Allerton will be brought to Kentucky and located at Ashland Park Farm Lexington Tho price paid Is speculative but it is believed the four cost about 40000 Young Burnams Failure The Washington dispatches to the CourierJournal of last week contained this later explanation of young A R Burnams failure to pass his examina tions at West Point- Representative Bocring and exCon gressman Davidson saw the Secretary of War today in the interest of Cadet A R Burnam Jr of the Military Academy who failed at the recent semiannual examinations Cadet Bur flaw is the son of Judge Burnam of Frankfort and was appointed to the Academy in June 1898 He was found deficient in drawing only and may be reinstated The Kentucky Colonels Music lovers will be glad to hear that the Kentucky Colonels will give an entertainment here on ebl This male quartette has sung in most of the Southern and Southwestern states for the past five years and have made a great impression wherever they ap pearedMr D Flora of this city Is a member of and one of the founders of this quartette and it will be a double plots are to hear the organization of which he is a leading member Remember the date Feb 1 at Masonic Temple Admission 50 cents children half price For a Good Cause Help along the Christian Endeavor Society by going to hear The Kentucky Colonels at Masonic Temple February 1 Mr A D Flora of this city is a member of the Quartette and it would be only right anti proper that the citizens should greet him and his companions with a crowded house Mr Floras voice has been given freely publlcformissed contributing to the music at funerals hero in all these years Let us give him the pleasure of a big house while contributing to the fund of the Christian Endeavor Society A Relative of Oom Paul Kruger 7 Dr Wilby Burgin hands us n postal card the signature to which Fritz Krueger is of interest just now since every man of that name is claiming relationship with the President of the Boer Republic in South Africa which Is just now giving England more trouble than the John Bull has had since the American revolution The card addressed to Edmlston Brothers from Mt Vernon dated November 7 reads as follows verbatim et literatim et puncttuatim et spoliation Gentlemen Gent wo sacd your do Lime so sun we get de Car de so BkersN Yours Very Truly Fritz Krueger FI84 Next Mefllh W W Marsh the famous Cincinnati weather prophet predicts that the Year 1000 will be known as one of the great est storm and flood years on record The precipitation during the year will be the heaviest record in the history of the country for any one year causing disastrous floods being most severe throughout Indiana Ohio Xentaclty West Virginia and the low lands ol Mississippi These floods will occur during the latter part of February or the fore part of Marcbcsetlnuingdur- lug March January FebrHnry arid March will be some atorra moetbe and from January to Mardi blicsarde aad heavy snow gtorHMf will prevail from Colorado to Illinois MMif tHe kk with Uead un UoekftdM r ftSUCCESSORS I SweepingReduction rn c i1Ucrca1Having nD sB vyUnn rV r our stock for spring before the J havingtothing in HEAVY GOODS Ifat PRICES LOWER THAN WAS EVER SOLD A THIS TOWN BEFORE This is no catch faiMens Shoes and Underwear A W youtoV A will be less than the same goods can be bought from fJ the manufacturers r- A COME AND GET PRICES A CovingtonMitcheIr Land Condemned at Valley View Deputy U S Marshal W T Short on Monday condemned the land re cently pnrcbsed of Mr W C Bigger staffby the Government for the con struction of tbcks and dams at Valley View The land brought about lOOi Work will begin early in the spring and will give employment to over 200 men for two years HonW T Harris Ul Hon W T Harris member from Madison in the Kentucky Legislature came home Friday night feeling quite ill and on account of bis age his friends are apprehensive about him Mr Harris was suffering from acute asthma which the lowlands in which Frankfort is located are calculated to aggravate Several other members are kept from their seats by sickness The editor of tIre CLIMAX was present last week when Mr Bryan spoke be fore the Legislature and we saw Mr Harris at his post of duty his seat be lug a very good one to the right of the Speaker Mr Harris was then in seemingly good health but was stricken a few hours afterward Making Ills Mark Another product of this county Is carving a name for himself in the far west We refer to Mr Lindell J- Eans the genial generous braiuy and brave young man who left here about five years ago fresh from the famous Law Department of jthe University of Missouri Mr Evans has made a splendid start on the road to fortune and fame having beea elected shortly after his arrival iti Montana to the office of county attorney of Valley the largest county jn the state He is sure to maintain the foothold thus gained and we shall not be surprised indeed we predict that before the first stran of grey silvers hits raven locks he will be in the legislative or executive depart ment of his adopted state School Childrens Certificate el Heah The following Is a copy of the Certificate of Health which A Wilkes Smith Health Officer has issued to the parents of school children SO1IOOL OUILUKENS CEUTIFICATE OF HEALTH RICHMOND KY Jan 1000 This is to certify that my children name of children hero are in usual good healthhave been vaccinated I also certify that none of my family has at this period nor have they been affected within the last thirty days with any contagious disease of an eruptive oreaking out nature whatever SIGNED NOTBIf your children are vaccina ted you are already in compliance with thb law In this respect If not you can be at once by having them vaccinated If you are notable to for vaccine lion apply to the Health Officers and it wilLbe done Any person sending a child from a house affected with any eruptive disease shall be tIned 20 for Each day shall constitute a separate offense In a circular accompanying the above is the following notiee to parents We enclose to you a number of Certificates of Health to be signed by you and sent to the teacher byyour child or children at least twice weekly By complying with this rule it will insure your child perfect safety from posures to an eruptive disease anrex nature whatever whilst at school If your chlldrea are well they ought to be in school It are assured of their perfect safety If they are rickt they ought not to be in school and if sick from an eruptive disease it is a viola tion of law to send them And we further my kindly we nbll enforce this law to the letter By order o the Bord SXITHMllyorfA Health Officer O X VASTflKT M Dr PieeldiM We havas jsMie a lu1tryCll elfl WALLACE RICE A iarrisons Will ConteslA Sharp Legal Controversy The will of the late J W Garrison which was contested by the children Turpintheninsound mind of the testator at time will was made was appealed to the Cir uit Court and tried last Friday The Fury sustained the will and Judge cott ordered it to be recorded lion speechrorthat Mr Garrison was not mentally againstLilaless lion Grant J Lilly who wrote the will and who was appointed cura tor had the satisfaction of being BUS tamed In his work and be received victoryThiorolake an appeal How The Songs Were Written ClubJOneconvict school Schubert confessed to an older pupil that he bad composed a food deal and that he could not help it and that he would do it every day if be could get music paperu This confession would apply to Schu berts work throughout life He always composed a good deal Do you write much he once was asked I compose every morning was the reply and when one piece is done I begin another He used to sleep in mightbeawoke either in bed or out of It He had to catch Ins inspirations as they came to him or they would be gone for ever But once Written they seemed no more to concern himtlthey were often put away ana forgotten One day lila friend Voxl the singer sung something to him Really thats a very pretty song said Schubert who wrote It It was a BOHR of his own written only a few days before Once when in a biergarten along with some friends a companion pulled out of his pocket a volume of poems Schubert took it turned the leaves over in a lazy sort ol way and sing line out some verses said I have a pretty melody In my head for these lines if I could only get a piece of ruled paper lBs companion hurried ly ruled some staves for him nndin a fer minutes the pretty melody was an embodied tact It was titus the Serenade was born the most deli cain dream of passion and tenderness that the heart of man ever conceived Hark Hark the Lark and Who Is Sylvia two songs whose words are Shakespeares the manliest song and healthiest in tone that Schubert ever wrote the latter pronounced by con noisseurs one of the most perfectly finished songs on record are said to havecooie into being in a similar man tier They were written on the back of a Uverm bftloffare only a few mo min ts after thee composer hall seen the worda for the tIt hnetJ Tho cowposltioH The Eri King deserves especial mention for it was extllaglycbaracterlstlc One day a friend called Upon Hchubert and found him reading Goethes poem reading it for the first time In an instant the musician became alt excitement His ejes fewhed his speech altered Tne friend discreetly left him to himself liiit hr lees than an hour he returned melodylmdical form DEATHS KcCAwrKV Bartholomew husbdoi Anaie MeCwrtliy and brother o- fJseneaMCashy of Riclimoildadied Jumttwy W ia Cin iWuwtacK Albert Whitlock a 75dletl BMM Whttloclt station M TaeMtef UdlalRatlOoR ot the atom Mir RhIIIILDad NlDet4ry Ii i rt THE MAGNIFICENT DISPLAYp OF NEWo tSPRING GINGHAMS AND PERCALES AT THEE BUSY BEE CASH STORE Is a great attraction for early buyers who are seeking the new desirable styles for spring and summer All the new novelties of imported French Ginghams and the prettiest patterns of American production are being shown in this line Now is the time to get the pretty styles Al ITaB Ham urgs Em roiQBriBS LacBs adWa tr Godr 1 That will be seen at The Busy Bee Cash Store in Jan t uary will be largest ever shown by enterprising TJpto r Date store Dont fail to see them I The New Carpets and MuthAgs That have been unloaded at The Busy Bee Cash Store this week 4for their Spring business have crowded the sidewalks so as to almost impede the progress of the passing public The largest line of Carpets ever received by one firm in the history of the City of Richmond Velvet Brussels Body Brussels Moquettes Axminsters Tapestry Brussels Ingrains in all qualities Granite Carpets Hemps Mattings Linoliums Oilcloths Etc These goods were all bought before the advance in Carpets You can save big money 011 small purchaser in this department WE ARE SOLE AGENTS FOR THE AMERICAN LADY CORSET We have just received several hundred dozen in all the best sell ing shapes We can fit any form This week we are having a special display of American Lady Corsets in our window Dont fail to see it We will show the handsomest line of LADIES TAILORMADE SUITS this to be seen this side of New York We earnestly invite the ladies one and all to examiner this line of goods We know the result will be a very pleasant surprise to you Our Tailormade Dresses fit to perfection Dont overlook our Lace Curtain Department we are showing some handsome things in this line Also some beautiful new patterns of Curtain Swisses Screens and Fancy Draperies Very Respectfully L W 1D OLMIAM COMPANY RIOHMOND MT STERLING AND GEORGETOWN A Double Wedding Cupid played havocJast week weddings being quite numerous In the county and more to follpw The most notable of the week was the double wedding which took place at the home of the officiating cenr man Rev W- It Lloyd on Wednesday evening the contracting parties being Mr Jay Lackey and Miss Nettle Todd and Mr Charles Hendren and Miss Belle Harris After the ceremony the young couples repaired to the home of Mr JC Todd where they were tendered supper and reception Mr Lackey son of Andrew Lackey deceased is one of the best and bestliked young men In Richmond and Is the valued salesman of Messrs White Gibson His bride is the at tractive daughter of IrJ C Todd tie wellknown contractor and builder Mr Hendren is K son of Mr J M Hen dren the wellknown Speedwell mer chant and a young gentleman worthy the prize be has woi his bride being the lovely dauuhter of Hon W T Harris She was a most efficient Und popular saleslady at the Busy Bee Cash Store and patrons of that well known house will juiss her from her place To the young couples the CLI MAX extends the best wishes for along life asbappy as Jails to the lot of mortals ASHAMED OF illS TEETH Many aen are imd yet it is neither palafal troubliBfine or experwivb to have those ttMe possibe to save put te perfect conditito ad those that are nt extracted wad replaced by ARTIFICIAL TEETH which will de everything required of them OUK DENTAL WORK is second to flea IB toe cIty We wake Teeth OB Pialee qr Crown aad Bridge Work on Gold Our Rubber Ftates with AlnmiiiHm lining MI lIpRkrul er 31 the most beautiful mad laetiojc that can be made t We ebMge for jeW flllings15t lOt solid gold et WM5CO gold1Jlidge- w k96 JO per tooth 22 carat go1 see tts beieM yes have YCr rwk tkee Allweck gvarauteed DJL YH HOMON M Di Oee S in tfcr Hon BuikUiw aex- Ior to the UUlllllt MIWiita Jis- kiodXi aII Physical Culture for Ladles Prol C Rucker Adams who so sue cessfully conducted a class in physical culture here last summer has returned to Richmond with his hnndsome lIlt nois bride They will at once organize classes here among ladies and gentle men for physical culture the ladies to be taught by Mrs Adams who like her accomplished husband is an adept in the new method of physical develop mentSpeaking from experience gained last year the editor of the CLIMAX can say that under Prof Adams scientific treatment he gained 20 pounds while several of the bulky bodies entrusted to his care were correspondingly reduced All felt the strengthening invigorating influence imparted by the systematic exercise given We earnest ly commend the Professor and his wife tJ the patronage of all Ladles es pecially who live without proper physical exercise will bo developed and benefited in health by taking the les sons with Mrs Adams Easj tJ Take Easy to Operatc Because purely vecetableyet thor ough prompt healthful satlslactory Hoods Pills Timo is money and many people pay their debts with it Tnblers Buckeye Pile Ointment is the only remedy for blind blending protruding piles indorsed orI ians cures the most obstinate Price 50c in bottles Tubes 75c Per ry Thomas jan3lm It is easier to be a harmless dove than a decent sot petit I want to let the people who suffer from rheumatism arid sciatica know that Chamberlains Pain Baku relieved me after a number of other medicines and a doctor had failed It is the best liniment I have ever know 1oJ ADodgen Alpharctta Ga Thousands have been cured of rheumatism this remedy One application relieves the pain For sale by Ierry Thomas Sjanltn Benevolence is the cream on the milk of human kindness Experience is Ihe8tSi Teacher We must be wililurto learn from the experience of other people Every tea timonial in favor of Hoods Sarsaparilla is the voice of experience jto you and it is your duty U your blood is Impure and your health failing to take uris medicine You have every reM to expect that it do for you what bias done for others It is tbeItllIedl cine that money can buy Wse4s Pills are nonlrritatlB mild effective Pace all things even Auvefftlty is polite to a maaii faee IRMIlmoMlY IrottWtHdlftetlIC upOtatly arrertthe malady bslkrhis the dlstreea cuttiitg thin PhIC sM free HI tlw voeci tied broetW JII YaadJboIM li y The worst after effects of Influenza arise from deranged functions of the liver Clear tire blood at onco with Herbine for it will strengthen the liver to withdraw from circulation the biliary poisons Price 50 cents lerry and Thomas jan3lin A mule is a bad pun on a horse If you have catarrh rhoumatium or dyspepsia take Hoods Sarsaparilla and ho cured as thousands of others have been Wheat io a serial I am glad of it Tetter SaltRheum and Eczema The intense itchingand smarting inci allayedbySkin Ointment Many very bad cases have been permanently cured by it It is efficient for itching piles and 2 favorite remedy for sore nipples chapped hands chilblains frost bites and chronic sore eyes 25 cts per box Dr Cadvn Condition Powders are just a horso 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 primo condition Price 25 Tents per package A fib is a lie painted in water colors 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 Beware of the man with halfshut eyes lies not dreaming Having a Oreat run on CIirmberlain Cough Item dy Manager Martin of the Piereon 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 III these davs of la grippe there 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 1mJiu and all who try it are pleased with its prompt action Southern Chicago Daily Calumet For salt by Perry and Thomas Jan3lm A woman will send another her love when she would rather bite her D3Crs TrM Eatipz 8QrfitvTamors Ulcers Cancer of the Lip Ear Neck Breast Stomach Xfigu or Arms are all curable by B BB otanicBlood Balm which is Bade especially to cureTall terrible BKxxl Diseases Per sistent Jiores Blood anti Skin Blem ishes Saofulu that resist other treat mentBr 1inlcklVc1lredby B n B Botanic Blood Balm Skin Eruptions Pimples Red Itching Eczema Scales Blisters Red or Bro II Patches Blotches Catarrh Rheumatism etc are all due to bad blood and hence easily cured by B B B Syphilitic Blood Poison driven system by B B B Botanic Blood Balm in one to five months B B ndoes not contain vegetable or mineral poison One bottle will test it in any case For sale by dcBggwfe everywhere Large bottler sampirbottlemall Whoa you write describe syHop tome ud poivqnal free mediCAl AdviCE will be given Addresa Blood helm Co 4 KiGAjetallt cJ C Many an innocent little darling is suffering untold 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 janSlm A man marrying a girt never tones her down but site may subdue him In late years men have made for tunes out of the tailings of gold mines Tho mills in which the ore formerly proctlSCIItllen i of the precious metal to escape and that loss amounted in some rasas to a fortune The stomach is just like a stamp mill in this respect that when it is not in perfect order it allows tjje escape and waste of much of the pre cious nutriment contained in the food That loss when continuous means the besot mans greatest fortune health rTScience offers a erie ly for title condi lion In Dr Piercea Golden Medical Die covery It corrects the weakness of the stomach prevents waste suit loss of nourishment and puts ho stomach and organs of digestion and nutrition into a condition of health which enables them to save arid assim ilate all the nutriment contained in tire food which is eaten Ill all cases of constipation the use of Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets will speedily and permanently cure the disease We wonder what good it can do n man to tell about what a Smart brother be has repetecllyinmany foreign countries that Chamberlains Cough Ileniedy is a certain pre ventive and cure for croup It has be como tire universal remedv fur that S disease M V Fisher of Liberty W Va onlv repeats what hiss been said around the globe when he writes I rI have used Chtunberlains Couth Rem edy in my family for several years and always with perfect succera We be hove that it is not only the best rough remedy but that it is a sure euro for croup It has saved the lives of our children a number of times This remedy is for sale by Perry mitt Thomas jan3 1m Babies are just like grown up peopU they always want to eat what is not good for them Coughs and colds come nninvited but you can quickly get rid of theirs with a few doses of Conssens loner of Tar Price 25 and 50 cents Perry c Thomas JanSlm lonliqnMondaying In the week What we Eat Is intended to nourish and sustain tis but it must be digested and assiulik ted before it can do this In other words tho nourishment containedii food must be separated by the iliges the organs from the waste materials and must be carried by theblood call parts of the body We believe tine tea son for the groat benefit which to many people derives from HooilB Sarsaparilla lies in the fact that thin 1 medicine gives good digestion and makes pure rich blood It restores thin fHBctioss of those organs WhiCh eti vert food into nourishment llllRHICIeWfoftilfl salt rhieumhohIe aorem pimple and eruptions catarrh rftth aMttsfia awl a that ltes- rainiMtMr iai Wood MM g- liii 4I FI Ii L q tI 1 RECENRfl FOR WEAK MEN Nqrccanti qnlrty New UfnPhrsIezllr Perfect is tho result ol 30 days ISII cl rEGEHERo YonnpcnWill rtl1ln I08t manhood OIdMen will recover their youthful vigor It fits ono REGENE3IiCall bo carried In vert poctct BymallSICO rdunJIhUrculara free Aildrcsa tho American office of DRDEflUx MEDICAL tOuw JFor sale by Perry Thomas sepU3ly wood iStubbs ILLIHm CENTRAL I 8IIOLINT- ONewS Orleans BeStsLine to ARKANSAS TEXAS MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA Pullman Tonrijt Sleeping Car len Loul tp through8snAsk vonrtlclcet a gent for partlcnlnn or write AgentLoblnl11eFree Reclining Chair Cars LouliTllle to Memphis and New Orleans A II HANSON WM A KELLOND- O P A Chicago A G P ALontrrille BEST GRADE GRASS ANB CL6VER SEEDS ltcoMzcoinperatlvcfyiioIt the satisfactoryOur about Grassesand Clovers noils the varieties pallErwkaadMersaaSfsgjXVfjr 1 Tie Soulb Mut1 hvatmnt Osi OF LrBXINQTON KV L 20500000 Paid in UiuincBeiieftts 9600000 RESER PE AND SURPLUS s m MTliBSflWHB ol Liie Insurance We pay the same profits to the living that Insurance Com tpanics pay to Ihe estates of deceased jirgost profits consistent with safety and conservatism Every precaution for the projection of tho investor For particulars apply to 7 SMITH BOiflZTumrsr i SECRETARY LEXINGTON KY MRS A T MILLION Local Agent Richmond Ky TT i I UNSOLICITED KINGSTON KY December 1C 1800 Jftttor CUss Richmond Ky DHAK friiViII you be so kind as to publish in your papor the following Etutmnent of facts Six years ago I was attacked with La Grippe followed by ItheumatisuvNeuralgia Stomach Liver and Kidney Diseasesfinally Lost Vitality ami Gcnornl Xrrvous Prostration I was treatPd by a number of thel- lCot Physicians in this county nnd also took the following Patent Medicines Hoods SnrsnpiirillH Dr Smiths Kidney Tonic Dr Kilmers Swamp Root for the KidncysStPwarts Dypopsia Tablets Soda Mint Tablets etc including litany other II lIt inns that did me no goQd Now I wish I could get all the worM together fn I iiiuld tell them how I was healedand especially my friends ill Madison dully hint I have been a terrible sufferer for these six years past from the crown IIf 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 awl 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 lint little or no benefit Some of them told me I could not Ret well Hove my Physicians they did all they could for hie But the drugs would only alleviate for a while as soon as I would quit taking them the same old thin would to II goflo over with again Everything I would eat or drink would give fuch pain that I would pray to die wont nil tlat lint diseased lobe made WIIOLHas I have been These statements ant unsolicited by nnvniie srs only made by me that my friends every wlnT unil ipwiiilly in Maditson county may po as I have tlone and be b Hilel My tntiiil wn5 illrnried to Pnf saors Wilson Kennedy JIngnetic lien 4rh at Xniin r Mutcl Kichmoiid Ky where I cnmmenred taking treatment iinlcr Th W iinur nirtho1 of Mugiintiir laling followinp it up for 13 days viiliont medicine feel a new man airii Imve no more pain Sometimes I II iv t 9 1111 nnd thinlc 1soi her it lllr ntt fir am I from pain and Mif rriuir Hirmu I limk this treatment whoiiM IIIIVH to take lots of morphine in vi any fH or rift OfiiniiiiHn my wif Imd to turn uie iullf11 I AM NOW A V HIIj M A N It is trim Iain nut htronga1 I used to be hut g inintr ill stHnfth PHih diiy nm nrnry A3 yparn of nirP Anyone liv itncloKMiuu oistiiinp can ueia full detail of my case by address jug nm jit Ki ptiui Mxilisou county Ky N n CREEKMORE They treat any and all diseases witliout the use cf drags or metliche 1 j l 3 I l i SQ 1eT e 5O iitI tI a lt iil its condition you may find that a rirJ lIew IHIt ktiussLry Pave the way to home EIU htPiills lIy geLLing OUC of 0U1- a I1rjjrJ youleII i ljyT Vv Xl PPA HATUS pricebLI you W tlk tuvMfd our sto- reTAYLOR 1t BROS CATARRH CAN BE CURED L1URllOCIS CATARRH CURE IT GOES TO EYERY PART SURE SAFE AND PLEASANT thlenenortheworstthe aBecteU parts in this manner iuaillfonnarom1IImpieas good Beware ot imitations M they are worthless propaitPut up in tin boxes 100per loxf MURDOCK CUBE Co j treatment for SO days v Gato X Rill LUCK SNAPI A CHANGE IN THE RECENT CLD THERE OTHER NEWSt HAKDICCK JAX 11 Editor Climax I seat myself to write and tell you ahout the thange we have had in tho weather bere since last week My pen cil Just got through thawing out today about 12 oclock and the first thing we noticed in the change was a fign over the door at the drug store which salt that mercury was to be hail there now And the man in the moon had his ear laps off now and a big warm smile on his face As the recent cold spell here has broken up the citizens of Hard Luck and vicinity will not get up a petition to send to Congress asking that the themometer be extended to 80 degrees here that we may know how cold it is The rails on the Grand Trunk Valise railroad which con tracted to such an extent here last week during the cold spell are being repaired and we hope to have through nccomodatlon to Buzzard Roost There is an old resident of this place that can take the cake as a liar Ills name is Joe Bowers tho original He was telling a cyclone story the other day that happened in Kansas He says it took the collar frou under a house and never damaged the house and hilthIdown i that a hand saw was blown with its back against a big oak tree and went in the full depth of the blades leavIng only the teeth outof the and people would come for miles around to use it to grate nutmeg Cyclone Claud Lewis one of the SiDJImouth without breaking it He did but swallowed the egg and in dne season the heat of his interior hatched the egg and he is now going around with a lusty rooster in his vitals Cyclones says he knows it is a rooster awakens him at three oclock every morning by its loud crowing It makes so much noise that he is thinking ser iously of swallowing a female egg so the rooster will have company We advised him to swallow a whole setting and let himself for a walking talking selfheating self regulating incubator He said ho would if any of the CLIMAX readers wanted to contract with him As we were passing Bill Simpkins tho other night we thought his barn was on fire We yelled fire and grabbed a swill pail and dashed the contents on the fire and in about two minutes we thought some one had fired a machine gun loaded with needles into our handsome countenance Then Sitnpking came out and basted us with a club and his wife with a broomstick We dodged them at last and found that what we had taken for a fire was only a stand of bees which Simpkins had crossed with lightning bus so they would gather honey by night as well as by day We paid him 10 for destroying the bees and the privilege of having them sting the beauty all off our precious mugs and we left with a firm resolve to let things burn here alter BLuEGRASS BILL Size dosnt indicate equality Beware of counterfeit and worthless salve of fered for DeVitts Witch Hazel Salve DeWitts is the only original An in fallible cure for piles and all skin di seases Perry Thomas A BEAUTIFUL XMAS ISSUE The Sunny South Changed From a Weekly to a Monthly Gets Out a Splendid Initial Number Heretofore the field for Magazines has been unsurpassed by northern pub libbers The need of a firstclass sovthern magazine reflecting the best literary talent of the south has long been felt The Sunny South which for 25 years has been the only literary weekly printed in the Southern Stale bus been clixnged to a monthly Maga zinc Its first 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Compound with gratifying results I had been married four years and had two chil faUiurroftoms I had doctored with a good physician butl derived very little gobt 1r0z4 his treatment After taking a few bottles of your medicine I wan able to aamy work and nurse my seven month old babe recommend your medicine to every wife and mother Had L time I could write much more in its praise I bid you Gods speed in your good workMas L A Mourns WELAKA PUTNAM Co FIJU DEAR MRS PIXKIIAM Vherilcpm menced the use of your remedies Iwas Yery bad off two weeks J was- troubledwithfiowlngspellswhlchmade me very weak Iliad two 6f the best doctors but they did not seem to help me They said my trouble was caused from weakness and was nothing to worryubout felttired ullthe e bnd no ambition I wasgrowing worse all the time until Ibegan the use of Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound I am now able to help about the house and am much improved in healthMxsA WAIVES CAIJJCOOS DEPOT N Y HYMN SAVED A LIFE Two Americans who were crossing he Atlantic mnt on Sunday night to ing hymns in the cabinAs they sang the hymn Jesus Lover of My Soul one of the Americans beard an exceedingly rich and beautiful voice br hind him Helooked around and although be did not know the face ho thought that ho recognized the volco So when the music ceased he turned around and asked the man if he had not been in the Civil War pie man that lie had been a Confederate Were you at such aplace Ch such a night asked the fiJlltYes1I- he said and a curious thing happened that night this hymn recalled it to my mind I was on sentry duty on the e dge of a wood It was a dark night and very cold and I was a little friplitr ened because the enemy was supposed to bo very near at hand I felt very homesick and miserable and about mid night when everything was still I was beginning to feel very weary and thought that I would comfort myself by praying and singing a hymn I remember singing this hymn u All mr help in Thee is staved IirinJCoerWith the shadow of Thy wing After I had sung those words a a strange peace came down over mo and through the long night I remem ber having felt no more fear KowJ1 sari the other man listen to my story I wits a Union soldier and in the wood that night with a party of scouts I saw you standing up although I didnt see your face and my men had their rifles focused upon you waiting the word to fire but when jou sang out Cover my defenseless hiad With the shadow of Thy wing Isaid Boysput down your rifles we will go home I couldnt kill vou after that God was working in each of them in His own way carrying out His will God keeps His people and guides them and without Him life is but a living death Henry Drum mond cut Gold Collar Button men This shape Is handy and popsiir Wch For 8 lIon beads and stylish and durable Malted free for 12 Bon Iu 4s entire the noted German artist Gabriel Max and we rend with each picture a hand Dorothy and Her Friends A chewy picture Far InlGR surf a 3 tsp ens and heuabblts 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aremo ned os heavy actIng screws working in a detachable yoke1 and twha opeBl gscrew in not out preventing brealage In use tCall at the OAS1I HARDWARE HOUSE of aV 1j E StWOSy wiii will be glad to blron this stove as welt a4 a full line of other beat Vxxerxs d eookstovcs etc 4 J lnch1iiV 4C fS tin IIba