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J U r rT ii r TIlE RICHMOND CLIMAX r ITOLUM iRICHMOND 35j IMADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JANUARY 31 1900 NUMBER PROFESSIONAL CARDS ArrORNEYS i R E ROBERTS ATTOBNEYATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY v Office over Climax Office with Jas B Me i rcary Second Street RW MILLER ATTORHBTJITLA- WFliriuiosn KKHTOCKY lfice in the JJurnam Building next door to armers National Bank fcb3ly JA SULLrV A TroRNEYAtTA W IMOHMOND KENTUCKY t ttlire over Tny1or Hardware store op- iteCOUttIlOWe on Main Street 1115 HOGG ATTORNEY AT LAW itiiiMosn KENTUCKY Office No 13 First St up stairs 31 30 JO D MOHENADLT ATTORNEYS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen jRII Its grocery W R LETCHER AltmlIeyatLaw1l- IlDlOxn KBNTOOKY Office with T J Smith Jr over Covington Mitchells T C UowryrA- ttorneyatLaw Mob rley Building Richond Ky PHYSICIANS DIIS GIBSON GIBSON PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office in the Joe tr lint building and ao Sec ond Street ower Wane old drutslote 27 ClIAS HOOKER VETERINARY RURGEON Graduate Ontario Veterinary College j Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty or nice up stairs over store recently accu by Richmond Harness Co East Main St Richmond Kyapr71y II C JASPER M DIMedicine and Surgery Ofhce Prathcr Buildini Main Street Telephone at residence the CArr place on Broadway KiriiMoxn KENTUCKY W EVANS M D G PllYSCIAIIAJ SURGEON RICHMOND KENTUCKY UUTJTAYLOKIraetilunur and Surgery RICHMOND KENTUCKY 4Orace and residence on Second Street DENTAL SinlQEaT 1 3 t t tonSO DNTIbT OP LOUISVILLE KY eaOfflce next door 11 GoverntnenTBulldiiiB RiclimSnd Ky Oft1cehour9 to 121 to 4 novl7ly nFREO SMITH DEN 1ST office over Collins Grocery same office lately occupied by Dr W W Burgin Janl2ly Dr Louis II landman No 603 West Ninth Street Cincinnati Ohio will be at M Millers residence second door to Pd tofflce KicamondKyon WEDNESDAY FEB 14 1900 returning every second Wednesday o each month Uefercnce every physician of Rich mud Ky feblBly Dr R Goldstein The Optic Specialist of No Ml Fourth Avenue Louisville will be at the Qlyndon Hotel Richmond TUESDAY FEBRUARY 20 returning one day each month Eyes exam ined and classes scientifically adjusted S42 t llliril liP lmSR IS Fur 50c worth of work Vp are giving away wuUlttw Worcle sewing ma hines K8 ft to introduce our IHHlOr P PASTIME a lii hclitss illnslrat t d family paper of from 16 to 52 large pngcti t10 128 coluintm of Ghica Good Stories Literature Art Humor Letters of Travel in Foriosn Lands C cAnd all you have to do to get t2 worth of presents is to Jf1t 20 subscribers at lOc each Send lOco in stamps for full particulars long list of presents and our paper PASTIME for 6 months Aldress TIlE PASTIME Co Louis yule Ky A WOXnKKHJL DISCOVERY Not only cures but keeps well Is sold by an organized company ol re sponsible business men and has en dorsement of thousands of Clergymen and noted people throughout the coun 7try We ppeak of that wonderful In strument Elect ropoise and ask your careful examination into the cures it has wrought Col A P IJunally of j the InterOcean Chlraco writes Xearly three years experience with i Klectropplee only confirms the truth ol your claims I Jlnv my friend that this instilment is a most wonderful in vention fill I would not part with mine if I could get another Sent nddrcas for our book gives letters from people who have been cured by Elec tropoise ELECTROPQJSE CO rm Fourths Avenue Lovisville Ky sept 21yr hckc ai Dlio i1y Time of Trains Winchester Ky WEST DOUND Mt BterllnR and texingtort Accom 6 65 an Eastern for IxraisVllle 7 an Morehead and Lexington Accom 300 po New York Limited VV V 4 60 pu EAST BOUND Lexington and Morehead Accom 9 15 New York Limited K PiV il M An Lexington and Mt Sterling Accom 6 pn Washington Express 9 23 p 0 Accommodation trains run dally excetSLn F day Other trains run dally I Through leepine nd dining car eervlce tNew York For Information ratea orsleeper reservation tall on or writ KUQOD1AgeDtLNRy JllcinioncSKyy or aEOttOEW B AUKKY DPACOEyixIngtoi1T J J County Court Days PSr Bourbon county first Mondr rr 041layLcxiugtou Fayette county londay secondII Stanford Lincoln county lay Georgetown Scott county thirtl MOJ a lay Danville oy courty third Monlay- Kicholaaville Jeasaniue county third Jonday Winchester Clark countv fourth lIon day Versailles woodfoni county fonrtlnj ifondav i rr IS NO BURDEN when a PIANO or ORGAN is purIchased here Our E stem of payments enables any one to ei i joy thQ music of Lrtttcuttswithout depriving themselvr of necessary comforts One of theso INSTRUMENTS would make a superb HOLIDAY PRESET Why not come in nnd look at these special bargains HARDINGifeRJEHM I G KENT AGENT RICHMOND KY Our floods 4r2 Our prices Compel 3ou to trade with us when you give ms a trial tikhi rJJJ W 1J m ll llflB IDillm lTI 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 wofld select the latest goods and when you buyyou know you have the Jatestuptodate goods Is that what you want If so trade with WnitBAGi soni SALESMAN WANTED I Enclose Stamp for Particulars Wilt straighten curly and kinky hair without injury to the scalp or hair PRICE 50CTS PER BOX ANTI= KINK Endorsed by tlx United States Health Report DARRAGH RICH New York SOLD JUSUTACTCBEE3 Jan3l5w +CALL AT + + + + dIl11 SALOON PARLOR WHEN IH TOWN Coolest and most refreshing Qf drinks that can be found in the cjty are dispensed by upto late and accommo datingderks QeaalBi Saratoga Water Kept oDTilp Phone 3 Second St RIODJION1J KY TO FLORIDA DOUBLE DAiLY FAST TRAINS VIA THE SOUTHERN RAILWAY For the trenent Winter Season THE SOUTH KEN KAIIiWAY with connections present the mot superior scheduler through caricr vice and thaiiportatlon arrngeenta generally eveqoUered to the travel to Southern Be DOUnLKDAILY TRAINS from CIncinnat and LouUville In connection with the Queen Oresceut Route via Chattanooga Jesup an The Plant System THKOUQII SLEEPINGCAtt from qlndn natl to Jacksonville with convenient connec lions from Louisville via Knoxville Ashevill and Savannah This is the Scenic Rout the Mountains of Western North Caro- jjnaTheLandoitheSkyAlso from St Louis li Jacksonville in connection with the LU i StI Railroad AIr Liue via Louisville an through sleepingcars from Kansas City ti JckvonvIlle via the CP S sf Railroad in connection with TIlE SOUTHERN flAir WAY via Birmingham Atlanta anI The Plant System The fast KansuClty Jacksonville only thirtyeight hour from Kansas Ctl to JackonviUe- AllAgeutSOf connecting lines aell throni Winter tickets via TIlE SOUTH 2RaN RAILWAY to the Resorts of Florida am schedules booklets and Jnfonnatlo zxiailedfree tb any address by J CBaJslNeW P A 80 Adam3 BtChIcagojn OA BAIRD Trw Pasar Aenrt Louisville Kv WA TURK ieai Pas4rAentWashi BgtonDC M r TAnos 2tMt Gen p rAitLe1tinmeC y U L a SIMASONIC ANNOUNCEMENT FOE COONTT CUIBK We ere to announce AUCUKAVANAUail nOTYterCc Clerk sneject PattyWeBURN a C3ndldaJe Ikr RAY County Clerk eublect PartyWe TfcVISa caodjd2te flr ClerkaubJect toaction of the Dttnocratlc party the We are to announce M M fILJXRaorandidate for County Clerk subn of the Democratic party JKfr05 Mrtkarired to announce JESSE subjecttoPOE 8UBBIFP We are anthoriied to announce JOHN P Madisoncountysubject WBALLARDSheriff subject to the action of the Democraticparty nSfrSv aeth rlzed to announce MARTIN tofadlaoncountyparty BROADDUSsubject to the action of the Democratic party POE ASSESSOR We are authorized to announce JOE OLD MadisoncountraubJcratic party TTre authorized to announce JAB L 1oladlaonIGEORGEROLAND Democraticparty WDEATIIEUAGE theDemocraticr We are authorized to announce BUD DUNN tasesaorsubjectvon JAILER CL5UKEYcounty subject to the action of the Democraticparty We are authorized to announce PETER O Madisoncountyparty ROSSacrndldate theDemocratic PERKINSaction of the Democratic party WASHINGTON LETTER The official export statement issued for the year 1899 shows a most peculiar state of affairs illustrating the methods of the Republican party in persuading the farmer that ho is tremendously prosperous when as a matter of fact he is getting less for everything that he sells and paying more for everything that he buys than has been the case for years The head of the Treasury Bureau of Statistics is a newspaper man who did excellent campaign work for McKinley in the last election and was given this fine position as a reward Twice a week he sends out typewritten articles to all the corrts pondents in Washin ton Iorifying the administration for the boundless pros perity it has evoked For the last six months these letters have been songs of triumph over the alleged wonderful rain in our exports anti jubilation over the immense profits to the farmers that are said to have resulted therefrom Finally however the Bureau has been forced to issue thin actual urcspf agricultural exports during the year a subject on which it has studiously refrained from commenting in its bi weekly letters This statement shows that the exports ot breadstuff provi sions cotton and mineral oils have declined Breadstuff has declined 50 000000 cotton 10000000 while cattle and hogs have declined onefourth since 197 Comment on these figures IB of superfluous They puncture the bag of Republican assurance that the year 1899 was a good year for farmers No elMs is prosperous when the prices of all its needs is rising at d the market for its products it steadily declining It haa been a long time since Wash ington has been as much amused by anything in tbepolitical line as it has been by Senator Hannad recent plqa fora big campaign fund in order to keep the wicked Democrats from capturing tile close western States by1 means of hired labor agitators The plea of poverty on thepart of the National Committee is aboutasrich a morsel as has been contributed recently to the political gossip of the country The city of Philadelphia got the national convention by exhibiting a certified check for a cool 100000 which was ta be c contributedto the campaign qndlCJ the committee took the convention there Pitfsburg has promised t contribute twice that amount to the cant paign fundif President McKinley will be present at there big meeting this spring and make a speech there Out in Kansas lives a hsppytfe She writes U I have used Mothers Friend before two confinements The last time I had twins and was inlabor only i few min utes Suffered very little The reason why Mothers Friend does expectant mothers SO much good 5s because it is an extemlIliniment tobe applied upon th much strain comes It helps be cause the pores of the skin readily absorb if and it comes into direct contact with land is absorbed by the involved Morning sickness quickly banished and nervousness is kept completely away The sense of dread and foreboding is not experienced even during libor itself Confinement js short and alciostwkheUt- pain Recovery iS quick and suie BUt oof all Mothers Friend ben fttsthe unborn just as much as the expecta mother and wh n the little one owill he strong lusty and healthy ciiI4m MM MotsMr rrtitorSh M4s- Sekdl for oar free book on tIM subject finely illustrated TW MlAaB D REQOLATWtC r ATLAJ t l 1 r d FOGG L TEMPLE Besides the surplus from the tinge campaign fund of 1850 has never been spent and is available at any tIne that Mr Hanua chooses to draw upon it In view of these facts to say nothing of the further fact that all the trusts are toeing the mark in great shape for future protection and that the ship owners have agreed to raise an im mense fund if the ship subsidy bill goes through there is some excuse for Democratic laughter But nothing is more certain than that Mr Hnnmi is not joking Huis not in a Joking mood What he is doing is serving notice on all tile big contributors that they must get ready to duplicate the immense fund of 1890 If it docs not mean that it means that the Republi cans are more frightened at the politi cal prospect than they are disposed to admitThe speech of Senator Wolcott of Colorado on the Philippine question in the Senate last Monday has carried consternation into the camp of tho Imperialist Itshows conclusively that there is a large section of the Kepnbli can party which will decline to follow the administration in its ideas of imperial dominion Mr Wolcott began by an attack on Senator Pettigrew and Senator Hoar for so he alleged lend log aid and comfort to the rebels but ended by denouncing Senator Bove ridge for his platitudinous references to the United States as having been selected by God as a chosen people to aid in the regeneration of the world and for his highwaymans plea that we should retain the Philippines because they are rich and valuable to us Sen ator Wolcott believes in ending the war and he is unable to see that any other solution than our teking the Philippines was possible in justice to the Inhabitants of the islands them selves But he views with grave anxiety the inevitable widespread corruption that will be produced by the car pet bag rule there and fears its own re action on our own character Mr Wol cott did not say so in so many words but it is a fair inference that while he considers that we must keep the lands he bitterly deplores the actions of the administration getting us into a situation whence ho considers it im possible for us to retreat It is asserted by the Republicans here that Mr Bryan has received let ters from a number of Democrats asking linn to retire from his candidacy for the Presidency this fall permitting the nomination of some other jnan who is not so strongly committed to the cause of silver With Mr Bryan as a nomi nee the party the letters are said to have urged cannot secure the support hat it could if he were to withdraw At the same time there it no doubt that any attempt to defeat him in the convention would only result in a split which would ruin the partys chances It is most probable how ever that thealleged Democrats who offered this unasked advice to Mr Bryan were of the gold variety which did its worse in the last election The Democratic party is forMr Bryan far more strongly than for any other man It now seems that the British reply in regard to those flour seizures was nothing like so satisfactory as Was stated Mr Ohoate with his strong proBritish sympathies was carried away by the urbanity of Lord Salis bury and cabled enthusiastic reports of his marvellous success But the later official reports show that Great Britian hits made little or no concession Bismarcks less Nerve Was the result oi his splended health Indomitable will tremendous energy are not found where Stomach Liver Kidneys and Bowels are out of order If you want these qualities arid the success they bring use Dr Kings New Life Pulp They develop every power of brain and body Only 25c at Perry Thomas drugstore 6 The ordinary shell which Was man ufactured 30 years ago only broke into 20 or 30 pieces when it burst At the present time it bursts in 240 while a shraprel shell which only used to scat ter 37 missels now scatters 340 A riresent y bomb when charged with pbrozylene breaks up into 1200 pieces and his estimated that it would efiec tiVely kill anyone standing within 220 yards of the explosion J1 Bevry Loganton writes I umwilling to take my oath that J bythemyhildreurelieves and cures coughs coldscroup grippe and throat and Inng troubles Children all like It Mothers endorse it Perry Thomas MfarEstelle Reel Superintendent of all Indian schools In the United States is fit work on a bill to be introduced in Congress having for its object the compulsory education of all Indian children She is firmly of thc opinion that these wards of the nation should be taught useful trades to the end that they may be able to earn their own living chcs1terTanay in gold A safe and certain monthly regulator 1 a box MUEDOCK CURK Co- nov29 ly Atlanta Ga Secretary Gag has sent to Congress an estimate of 7872000 as the cost of collecting the customs duringthe next flscalyear G If Appleton Justice of Peace Clarksburg N J says DeWltta Little Early Risers are the best pill made for constipation We Hee no others Quickly cures all liver and bowel troubles Petry Thomas Girls wdrkingln the match factories of England become prmeatedit1i the chemicals and minerals used The suIph sometimes eats th in the noel painful and disgusting war Tliek wages average JjO pet week T fire a VM w liaekyT- akeLatativeBeOmo Qfcinit TaMeto All4raiita refund tbey if it IIeeereac l 69rt atK 1SO ItD r j L 1 lEEKS f FEBRUARY 1 RELICS OF THE CIVIL WAR The Confederate reunion in Louis yule May SO to June 3 will be the occa sion of bringing out many unique and interesting relics None of them are more valuable than the now famous 1alinctto vase It was presented by thu ladies of South Carolina to Gen An drew Jackson in honorot his victory at New Orleans Jan S 1815 By lila will in 1815 Gen Jackson bequeathed it 10 lila LOu Andrew Jacksjn Jr with the instruction that in the event of war it was to be given to the South Carolina patriot who was adjudged by his coun trymen or the ladies to have been the most vallint in the defense of his coun try and our countrys rights At tim close of the Mexican war in ISIS it was presented to the Palmetto regiment and the association decided it should be kept by the executive committee for the last survivor The vase is of tureen shape heavily worked handsomely engraved On one side ptands the shield and motto of the state with the inscription Pieseuted by Gen Andrew Jackson to Wm B Stanley President Palmetto Association in trust for the last survivor On the other side Presented by the Ladies of South Carolina to Maj Gen Andrew Jackson The vasa rests 011 a sliver base on one side of which is an engraved representation of the battle of New Orleans with the date Jan 8 1815 The vase has been carried to the following reunions of the Mexican War Veterans of the United States Washington n C1873 New Orleans Laj Nashville Tenn 1897 also to the reunions of the Palmetto Regiment Atlanta Ga 1896 and Charleston S CM 1899 We refund lOcts for every package of PUTNAM FADE- LESS DYE that fails to give DrugCoSearcy Waco Ky Thomas Adams Panola Ky jn3lm 0 YE OF LITTLE HAIR Baldheaded men and thinhaired women or those who expect sooner or later to have their craniums denuded of their present more or less luxuriant flits of hair should read and recollect this recipe for preventing baldnew The question What causes falling If the hail Can anything be done to prevent baldness in a man of thirty To this the tonsorial artist of last Sun days CourierJournal thus responds Baldness ifaiii to bedelo the ac tion of certain microbes and that barbers are frequently to blame because they do not exercise the proper care in cleaning their scissors razors combs brushes etc Pulling of the hair is in duced by poor health severe or pro longed nervous srain continued men tal labor imperfect circulation and the constant wearing of a hat An author ity on the subject of hair claims that in baldness the loose hair should be removed from about the barren spot and the surface painted with liquor epispas ticus employing three coats allowing each to dry bclore the other is applied Its intended to stimulate the ecalp and may be repeated several times per week Llnoline and vaseline equal parts is effective when there is a wast ing of the glands and follicles A topic of bay rum quinine and cantharides in proper proportions will be by any druggist and will arrest falling hair If used with regularity and persistence The modern and most effective cure for constipation and all liver troubles that famous little pills known as De Witta Little Early Ttlsers Perry Thomas DICTIONARY GIRLS A disagreeable girl Annie Mosity A sweet girl Carrie Mell A bighearted girl Jenny Rosity A smooth girl Amelia Rite A clear case of a girl E Lucy Date A geometricSlrlct Polly GOD A not orlhodoi girl Kettle Rodor A rich girl Nary Gold A nice girl v lla GauL A flower girl Rhoda Dendson A musical girl Sarah Ifade A profound girl Metta Physics A star girl Meta Oric A clinging girl Jesse Mine A nervous girl Hester leal- CallieSthenicsA muscular girl A lively rirlAnnielIntionA- n uncertal girl Eva 1l scam A sad girl Ella G A great big irltEllA Phant A warlike girl Millie Tary Slory 9f a Slave To be bound Land and foot for veare by the chainti of disease in the worst form of slavery George D Williams of Manehcstir Mfch tells Lbwsuchia slave was mode free He aa sliMy wife has been so helpless for tie years that she could not turn over in bed alone After nsing two bottles ofElec- trio Bitters SUe is wonderfully im proved amiable to do Ilier own work This Supreme remedy fox female flis oases quickly cures nervousness oleep lessness melancholy headache tainting and diazy spells This miracle working medicine is a godsend to weak sickly rundown people Every bottle guaranteed Only 60 cents Sold by Perry Thomas Druggists 6 In tliifi thu last year of the nineteenth century there will be three eclipses two of the son and one of the moon The solar eclipse taking place on the 28th of May will be visible throughout the United tates and be total from tim southern part of Virginia down through Mexico while north of Nor folk Va it will be partial Ofll phenomena of nature there is none so profoundly Jtnprewive aad aweinsph ing as a total eclipee of the BBB and a trip to thoe rgoas ot the country through wbieb the lHKlow of the- OB wiUaireepHrwell worth under tJerUkinffJ L wM Df ink Salem lndsays ptdtmmMYWlJg c10lftJdryThi1I Eiti BROWNn Admission 50ci MR BRYAN ON OLD KENTUCKY Cincinnati Enquirer Jannary18 Mr Bryant after the dinner elin- ing upon a divan In Judge Tarvins library in Covingtoh was seen byan Enqnlrer man and saidr Next to Nebraska Kentucky is the greatest State on earth I love Ken tucky and this same feeling I am pr Jim to believe is common to every man that has every traveled whether or not Kentucky be his native heath Crossing the borderlines of Tennes see entering Kentucky comes r vertia ble thrill of joy to permeate the system thoughts of puny platform or politics fairly flee from memory as though pur sued by furries and in their stead comes sweet childlike dreams and fancies of long years ago a grand feel big of peace and security and I find myself apparently soaring up over the orld while warbling those lines that will never die Old Kentucky Home- I love Kentucky its people and their manners There isa magnetic thrill in the grasp of a Kentucky hand and though the Ups may not vibrate there is a warm wave of welcome as though by wireless telegraphy emit ted from the flashing eyes and this glance ot sympathy and assurance from the eyes of a Kentuckian strikes deep er in my soul than does the heartiest greetings uttered by eloquent orators entertainersYes is pressing for ward The beautiful dreams and vi sions pictured so persistently by the Republicans have been shattered the gloom pervading Democracy has been pierced by the bright sunshine the voice of the people protesting in all their might against trusts and monopo listic features so dear to the Jtepubli can faith and like the walls of Jericho the Republican party is tottering and will filially fall Did you ever hear a very rich man sing no YOU want onsumpHOQ I i We are sure you do not Nobody wants it But it comes yearItcomescoughs and colds until the throat is raw and the lining membranes of the lungs are inflamed Stop your cough when it first appears andy u remove the great danger of future trouble Aoers Cneu- peCIOral stops coughs of all kinds It does so because it is a sooth- Ing and of This makesitthegreat est preventive to consumption Put one of f Ayers Cherry Pectoral Plasters over our lungs A weo Medical LraayFcC For four eents la t Vrsrotage we wIiIeudyuuscxtecn bvuluMedfesl Adv a Free We have tb exclusive lerrlce of some of the mostemlfient pbjilcuvns In the United States Unainal tualtles and long expertenee cm- ineneydttbem for z1vtncyou medicaL advice Writs petite nlmrs In yonr cje Yon will receive a prompt AdlnUDRJAT s j ii 25 OOO IN Cash Premiums ARE BEING OFFERED BY THE CiIcillati Equir FOIl Nearest Cerrect Guesses OB tie Piilati8n of the UiUefl States 5o be rportd by tl iJ S QUi Bureau for 1900 The first census of the United States was taken in 1810 Since then every succeeding ten years The result ol eactcen ua has been M follows Year P eu Population 1810 1820 31143321 Pirlauon1Y1831 50155783 S558 1KU M 022230 Here yon hue the 8faret ala basis of calcn latlon The problem sow tar What will be the United States exclading recent rfcqulritloM bat UM total of States Territories and the DlatrlcL ot Cotumbf To the first nearest correct grseaa recd 3000 To the eecond 2500 TotheThlrd 750 To the Fourth JM To the Fifth 250 To theBixth v To tho Berenth To the next 1Oesckl4eaoaMiato1000 5011 69 JS H see 100 V 35 wl 269I 600 W 5000- 3 J 1530 5 ir 7189 Total 000amounU 0I1eaden elttitCLIXAX 03 alteaolvc-of lthli offer by pavneat to US ot a fewaDb acrlLlon to ko culx foe WRK LY E QUIER Cdttirig Only f2QO eisEyIviikdIs a suc5iM gu4se fat btftIL 1IA411M4 rforce 5 MkeyoeryuNW awn lCtcuiJI Z-0u SOMETHING TO EAT ALL DAY And until midnight FINE RESTAURANT OYSTERS ALL STYLES REGULAR MEALS FRUITS CANDIES TOBAcCO CIGARS ISgnElAM SANDWICHES AND COFFEE JanlOly A DINELLI Next door to old postofflce NBW A NDQPIIll OF Notional Importance d 5 4 +ALONE Contains Both Daily by mail 56i year Daily and Sunday by mail 8 a year THE SUNDAY SUN Is the greatest Sunday Newspaper in the Voild Price 5c a copy By mall 82 a yearA- DDRESS THE SUN NEW YORK N Y +SOUTHERN RfIlLWilY IN KENTUCKY Schedule In effect November 1O 189D XAHTBOPND Na No 5 N03 745pmMLren ebg 950am 565pm 045pm Versailles 1016am GlTpm 1004pm- kr Lexlnjrtoa IU4Jam 045pm lasopm wiaTnonKn No 6 1oz No- 4LvLexlngton5iii 42T pm iiirVersaille 755am 452pm 35am- Hr Larencetfgasoam M5pm 5S3am- dr Shelbyvllle 91am 00pm 630am- Hr Louisville lUfKkim 730pm 7Mam L8TPOUiP WESTHOUMX NoTlXlNa NU No ii 330pm 1 ulsvll Arl 73upm ia40am 600pm 1I1T 510pm RlOam 5pm 45101 TJOam 700pm LT 415pm 710am BASTDODRp WESTBOUND No 15 tNoIi1 STATIOKS No 16 tNo7ffl PiiirapmlI20pm iaeSam Lv Verities Ar 7foam 4lSpm 640pm ILlOam Ar Midway Lv 730am 345pm 7IOpm lLSOatn Ar Grorgtn Lr700un 3IOpm- J14STnOIJID WSSTUOUiID toitKas STATZORStNa II tNiti 730pm1022am1102am 70Rpm Ar NlchUIll Ar LMam SKpm- IlHpm SUipm ArKlcbmndLr 6JXJani a00p- m105pmAm Irvine Lv L45pm BTATIOHS No L totEYiisviiie 1iiPiD- Ar Lexington 104I1m 19Ar Knoxililo7LEpm 745am- Ar Asheville Siuani LlOpm Ar Savannahi5ainA-rJaclcrOnylils 1I6am- Ly Chattanooa fl05pm 545am Ar Atlanta i0SOpm 1110am- Ar Macon lMam 2Zlpm Ar kiconville sIOam IDlXIpm Lv Chattanooga fllOpm 5iiaiArDlrmlnsbalD IIMpm IL30nm- AI Meridian 23tlam 1IUpm- Ar New Orleani 830am No through Iccpln ear to JacutonTllle TlaLezlnston Chattanooga and Jeiup No S tbroulh slffpln ear Louisville to Dir mlneham via Lexington and Chattanooga No S Jrea obkervailoa chaircar Ioulnllle LexingtonNo observation chair car Ieilneton to LouUiillf No 2 throush Rlcpplaitear Jacksonville St Louis via UurglnLawrencebursand Lbulsrllle aretClasiicoacbesLexInetonto Loulsrllle No oleeplngcar Ulrmlnshim to Loulirlllo Tla Lexington Alljralnii beteen Loulsrllle Lexington and Burgln Between Versailles and Georgetown Koa 15 md Iddally Nosl7andctdalyexcep Sunday IJctwftii Ver nlllrs Nlcholaxrllle Klch Bond and Irvine dalay except Sunday IDttlly flzrrpt Sunday Other trains dally- FSGAJf30i dVPCU JM CctirT M AVaxlilnston D Washington D tt JWKodolDyspepsia Digests what you eat aidsNaturestructing the exhausted digestive or gnus It is tho latest discovered digest ant and tonic No other preparation can approach It in efficiency It Instantly relieves and permanently cures Indigestion Heartburn Flatulence Sour Stomach Nausea lmperfcctdlgestlonPrepared For saW oyPerry lThomas L 0 A a J1I Time Table No 1 Taking Effoct Sun day November IOi 1899 tilL llass2d Class lUST SOuND Nol IK04 INO 9 Ex8nnEzSunEx3un AM PM AM Versailles10 22 S 20 5 Nlcholasville It 02 TOO 8 30 Valley View 11 26 7 35 7 H Million 11 417 00 Richmond 1168 80S 9 00 P M Unronuj 1213 C- OMoberley12 16 Itt OJ Srassfleid 1230 1025 3SC 10 40 hOItIJ2 05 55 o yr Kf htro- wase vBicn ExSnn Edu xbtzn Exun A M M PJiI Ayr- rv ju 5- 5Pauola2 2 10 rassRe1 2 15u W 1sUakHa8Icll o U 06 j 115 236 Mlllioai 839 SIS 33I S 38J 3 40 KlefcetoaHHtol 650 3 Gr 4 3- 0VIl 7 4 638- AM 2 PXP1CPM hIUis4iieiet wklacWtoth0-05d ho IAlWvAll tr451 e et wiSh Oar 0 a1C trl-aatdkuCuMJ W 7vI t i- rAisurIi uet yiI I I j J I prevents us glvin wimrl not beautiful ngs we have this season and in viteyouitoitnake us an early call and avoid the rush You can make your purchases yourJoisuretieliveryou deare t WATCH ur- BautifuJ haw ViQv SI NEVILLE MOBERLEVI 220222 W Main Street KYNiGHT Biu7Boib Us F The TRUE BLUE Strain 1 Cockerels for sale 100 3OO IJlcompletes my yearof tyexclusively reeding the one 21stI MRS M F ARBUCKLE Silver Creek Madison Co KyIneV29- 3mt +4 + ++4 t++4 + + MtMOOEInIs what you want in W jipreference to all 1iothers Reasons why you should get it and no other It gives more heat and uses less fuel It is u more substantially af j built and like a hot air furnace It has a larnern iface whIch circuIlates the air rapidly ffiIand heats the rooms evenly Ibisadouble heater No dirt ili I from ashes IIS itis carriedaway by the patent ash flue It au regulation elate The design i R perfeet m pf the out ile laemjr never burns oit and is brightall the year round For sale by UI HLQEOREIMPLJT m + xi1MATKi + + ++ +++ u if r rI in J1IM S IThe Richmond Climax J O CRENAULThProprietor- A D MILLEftVBUsIUesI Manager O E WOODShEdltor WEDNESDAY JAN 31 1900 PUBLISHED IVKBT WEDNESDAY BY The Climax Printing Co IIu1 PR YKAIU 8150 JTHSl VIIAXKFOKT KYJanSO 505 p rn- SpeiaLExcltemeiit intense Local militia company willed out and put in charge capitol grounds Col Roger Williams Lexington arid detachment 2nd regiment now on ground Itt regi ment expected from Louisville this evening Talk of mob taking Whltta kf r from jail nnd hang him tonight Goebel resting easy with hopes of saving his life J B LEWIS 115 p InGoebel was entering t titeliouse on wav to Senate chamber Was fired upon five times J y n man located in the Executive Building SO feet distant supposid to be Whittaker from Butler county Gov Taylors homo Ono ball ptseIclear through Uoabol from breast to back He is iruler influence of opiate and resting ery but is dangerously wounded Private meFFa to John B Chenault Ir the Boers succeed in keeping the English away from the Transvaal gold mines lor a year looser look out for a Hold panic The United feUtes having aliout consented to accept as her stand NflloflIlne the best monty in the worl1 must expert to dance when the h dance of the gold standard countries play the music ciiiBrowrCo1 LEXINGTON Ky ClearanceSale t 3bk Very rapidly are thess special January values Take a look at this list or better still take a lojk at our first floor CUT PRICES ALL THROUGH VTHE STORE 4 Dinner Sets 100 pieces each Illue lose Green anti Violet decor ations wero Hii now 9t5- C Toilet Sets wit onehalf Salad Howls 75o SI and up S IIUIIM funry colors were JtO now i 25 10 Lamps far ey colors were 250 now 175- Onefourth oft overy fine LAMP in our sto- ckJUST A WORD About the Furniture in this sae It is choice It is new It is the cheapest you ever saw IT WANTS TO BE LOOKED A- TC1F1BroerCu1 MAINNDEROADWAY rLMnNGTONXyAjf H n ly r w C P BRECKINBIDOE isiu Frank fort conferring with the Republican leaders and talking abouffaorror and decency We have our doubts about his ability to show a release of that judgment TUB administrationorgans have decided thatMr Gages defense is good and rendered a verdict of not guilty Mr Gage knew what the verdict would be before be committed the deed He was quainted with the jury KESATOH UUUVAM of this county also raid the election in Lexlngtoii wai rotten to the core but that on the lee of the returns Mr Allen the mocrat had been elected He did t nav the Democrats had been more scally than the Republicans Per ips Senator Burnam did right but it jews strange that a Republican could Quiet vote for a Goebel tool under any condition Pantacraph This kind ol comment is exactly like that uttered by Dr Underwood the negro editor of the Blua Grass Bugle when the Republican Judges of the Court of Appeals uphold the Separate Coach Law Said he The action of theie Judges may be according to tile law but it was mighty poor politic The action of Major Burnam therefore nay have been right but from the antagrapha pint of view it was d ad politics THAT rabid little Richmond Pant a raph exclaims Take the Populists jut and where would the Democratic be To which the Richmond Jlimnx aptly replies Take the nejt oca out and where would the lie jmbll can party be Cynthiana Democrat Exactly where it has always been Ighting for those same high principles rhirh have made this nation great and lorious defending the rights of the cople and sustaining the government Pantasraph The CLIMAX is glad to have an nswcr But here is a nut to crack I have stood by tho cradle of the tepublicau party and been an humble teliever in its principles but I do not atend it I can help it to follow its tearse The downfall of the republic till date from JIcKinleys administra onSenator Hoar Rep of MaB achn- itts TUG Harrodsburg Sayings attention called to its remarkable inconsisten in carrying at its masthead the name f Win J Bryan as its candidate for resident and in another column cas igating its great idol in true Repuhli an style A demiKod has turned to cloy a atriot to a partisanWould the Sryan of 90 have journeyed to Ken icky to bow at the of Hill babel Thus sayeth our righteously indig ant neighbor to whom we wish to ropound this question What was full Hardin doing when Mr Bryan tine t rejoice with Kentucky Demo als over tire return of Joe Blackburn the Senate In the police court de riding John Whallen the selfcon dssod briber How disappointing this must be to the Sayings only its editor can express Taking to heart his count mans defeat for Governor he repu diates Goebel only to find that the source of his inspiration stoops to the defense of a notorious political buccaneer Thus does the Say lugs find itself fighting Goebel repudiating Bryan and doubtless ashamed of Hardin Alas one by one are its idols shattered like Dagons before the Ark of the Lord iota fragments DEMOCRATS for fools and Republicans for victory is about the way a Richmond banker expressed his opinion of tht division among Democratic congressman while the Republicans voted solidly for excluding the Polygamist Congressmanelect Rob orts of Utah And the bankers opinion of Democrats is pretty gener ally held by all men who esteem political victory above the victory of prin ciple The proposition under discus sion in Congress was Shall a polygamist be seated In Congress Bulb political parties agreed that he should not be allowed to retain his seat but Democrats contended that he should first be seated and then expelled while the Republicans wished him excluded without being seated or recog nized as a member On these propositions the debate in Congress last week was very interesting and we plead guilty to having read the Congressional Record with unusual interest We tated above that the Republicans voted solidly to exclude Roberts while a great many Democrats them Horn JnneGayleolkentuckyhad the courage to support the minority report to seat Roberts first then to expell him Asa matter of fact one Republican Littlefield of Maine spoke and voted for the latter We here insert the fear less criticism of the leading Republi can journal of this country the New York Sun theRepublicanwith patience or toleration The Re publicans of thi House for the most popuiarrightfully expell a polygamist al oxcludehimtermined to pursue the wrong course surelyThus did the Democrats acting the fools they aro charged vote to uphold the Conatitution of the United States in all its integrity in the face of popular clamor to exclude Roberts and thus establish a dangerous precedent for the future believing hat in the long run it is best to obey the law and help make others obey it no matter what may bo the consequences as far as popular praise or blame is concerned But let the Sun shine some more on this great controversy that revealed to the world the party that has more than once blinded itself to the true meaning of the Constitution The Sun vigor thusiTheArmondDammission of Roberts are not afraid to face the misrepresentation which holds them up to opprobrium as advocalcsol friendlytoCanterbury They are friends how UnitedStatestion does not permit the exaction of theUnaewhich are prescribedin the fundamen taI law itself They fearwith grave c nso for that fear that tho imposition of unconstitutional requirements in the case of a polygamist from Utah today may open way to obstruct the admission tomorrow or next year or next year or some time in the future prrhapefrom objectionthannot like him and therefore propose to keep him out And realizing that the only course for mea who have swora to appoctitat their command IB tirelight of such a csiigtfea MM the Richmond banker and thoimiiih of others who lMMUre virtwe yatriat tan ted tree werth merely by UM w rd Miecasei fee IMF ttey w He wlHfe Itwere1teMir IAotthe ei thal tb kspe SJ ft Mf vTyftn lit keahNy aII4 OnrV Selected for Climan Following were omitted for want of space from my report last week of Mr Bryans speech at Frankfort two weeks ago today They are good no matter how old they get U E WJ- Mr text ia No matter what the Republican party has done in the past no farmer or laboring man can now afford to be a Republican and as all others rest upon the farmer or working man no man can afford to be a Repub licanI that those who eit around waiting for tome office or are holding office are not prepared to consider public question from an unbiased and un prejudiced standpoint I have such confidence in the merits of policies which I advocate that I be Here it is better to be a man without office in A repnblio than a high digni tary under an empire The dollar mark is upon every Republican policy and money is placed above blood The Republican party is seeking to enthrone capital and to degrade the common people They do not advocate tie cause of the common people in any of tho affairs of jjorernmont In the matter of taxation the poor are made to PlY moro than their shares of the burden of governnent Colonel Bryan discussed the income tax at some length whch he defended and advocated with all his great power lie expressed his pity for the poor tea pIe who were so blindly led by their party that they could see nothing good outside tho party and nothing bad within It It was this element that pre vented the passage of the just and necessary Legislation which the people neededI in a Republican paper last summer that llanna when he returned from Europe said to e reporter I am very much impressed with the English system of government It is as good if not better than ours Tills shows the extent to which the leaders of the Republican party have drifted- I want to assert that the Republican party has changed its position on all iubli6 questions In 1859 Abraham Lincoln wrote a letter to a banquet of Republicans in Boston who were celebrating in honor of Thomas Jefferson Tile Republican party of today regards Jefferson as a demagogue Lin coin put the man above the dollar In the early years of his first administration he sent a message to Congress in which he called attention to the first indication of the approach of monarchy It was the attempt to put capital equal to or above labor If be was fright oiled then what would he think if he were alive taday Colonel Bryan made the prediction that the income tax would some day be a part of the constitution where one Judge or nine Judges could not touch it11e declared that no one would give any good reason for opposing the in come tax unless it were his personal interests or a desire to shirk a just share of the burdens of government Colonel Bryan had often been asked the question why be didnt drop silver andbis reply was that it would make no difference what he did as an frail vidual No one man was strong enough to drop and break It When he referred to the struggle o the Boers Colonel Bryan elicited a perfect storm of cheers He did not want our finances in such a shape that we would be afraid to speak for a people fighting for liberty because ot some monetary consideration What we wanted was an American system that will make us free to express sympathy for a republic and not be silenced by a Queen We ought to beable to show our sympathy for any nation struggling for freedom No financial system is sate which can beshakenbyalittleforeigndisturbance such as the Boer war and yet that had created a panic in New York so that the Secretary of the Treasury had to come to the rescue of the money marketColonel Bryan said be would not apologize for discussing the silver question It bad been buried so often that the ad vocates of silver had become accustomed to the funeral Every year the Republicans had to bury it over again He thought there was enough of it left to last through 1000 No tomb was ever built strong enough to bury it right Republican Patriots Pcppir the Premises ol Richmond Psople Without Prottst or Provocation Two trains containing seventeen coaches loaded with mountain Republicans passed through Richmond Thursday morning before daylight bound for Frankfort They fired proba bly a hundred shots here striking two private residences a warehouse and the Richmond Hotel near the Li N depot As an indication that these men were anticipating lively timed at the capital one of them Is alleged to have given a hotel clerk here with whom he was acquainted some private property with Instructions to return same to his wife at East Bernstadt in event ho did not return alive At Frankfort the army of intimidators so disgusted some of the more influential Republican bosses that the men were shipped back home that night Gov Bradley had advised against this extreme method of disapproving the Goebel contest while non C U McElroy counsellor for the Republican contestees Is quoted assaying that the Democratic claims of Republican intimidation at the polls could not well be denied when this armed horde of mountaineers brought thither by Republican slate officials were right then trying to overawe the contest committees PERSONAL Miss Helen Bennett is in Lexington Hop at tire GIyi do i Friday night Saxton Mr C C Wall ce war in Frankfort on Friilay FraukfortlastMrs J E Greenleaf was In Lancaster last weekVinCynthiana wasihereDr David Bennett of Lexington vie it ell relatives here last week Miss Marie Barber spent a few days pleasantly Ieetreek at Stan ford Miss Mary W Bennett Is with her ClflyatLexlnKtoa Rev John Robert Boatman of Pi yilk was the Ku et of Mr C E Wood on Friday lam hisfthesherevllle en Monday Mr Uee elW hilleNpaa Md by Mi w RoweM- r Cv KIT AVHRV vH cNMKHI fn NiIS hiEiit her sMrae ir be Honest Labor Bears a Lovely FaceI There is nothing more pleasing to took upon than a hearty ruddy face gained by honest toil They are the saving of the nation these toilers of Both sexes struggling for daily bread Pure boodmakcs ihan rdo1ceepzp the ditty round ofrJuIat home shop or slate If the blood has t tjM or an periiy or arm down fteting comes on the one remedy is Hvds SarstparfU Americas Greatest KeMdne for the blood Poor Dloody Wood was so fcer that in hottest weaiher I felt coT HaofsSvsafaftlUmadenievovmSls the right thing in the right place Hatile J Taylor Woodstown NJ J4apaE- o4i ml tiT Uvr Ill r the n4rritat1ng i4 47 EtIS t kwhli 3eo4 s Suiapszlfls were guests ot Mr and Mrs S F Rock Wednesday Miss Birdie Samuels of Pineville was the guest last week of Misses Florence and Amt Cobb Mr and Mrs W D Oldham and sons Masters Ronald and Harold are at home from Mt Sterling Rev JiV Tyler C U 89 wife and two sons have taken Brooms at Mrs Maria Lynns on Third street Mr A T Fish of Berea was in Cin cinnati last week in the interest of his tie tanbark and stave business Judge J M Benton was here last week engaged in the big suit of Asher Co vs Southern Lumber Co Miss Florida Gibson who has been spending some time with relatives at White Hall has returned home lIon W T Harris was well euouch to return to Frankfort on Friday lie was at homo sick most of last week W B Smith is receiving considerable encouragement on hiS recently patented poultry and stock feederStanford Journal Mr Isaac Van Meter Steenbergen and bride nee Miss Willie May Denny of West Virginia are with Mr and Mrs W K Denny Mrs Rutherford E Douglas and sprightly little daughter Miss Drusilla left for lchol3Sville on Monday after a visit to Mrs W It Letcher Dr and Mrs McFerran Crow have moved into their new dwelling on Broadway It is one of the prettiest and most convenient homes in Ver sailles Woodford Sun Mr Thomas Chenault grocer leaves or Canon City Colorado tomorrow for his health Mr Burnam Scrivener of Perkins is out there on the same mission He has a good position and is well pleased Judge Chenault of Richmond m d A J Morrison of Vaand John Ralston oi Middlesboro were hero the first of the week looking after the interest ol the railroad which is expected to start from this place in their future Orlan do Cor ML Vernon Signal Miss Florida Gibson of Richmond is the guest of Mrs Stephen Gibson oi this countyMrs Kate Milvrard left yesterday for Mt Sterling where she will assume charge of the little child ren of Mr Jbplin and reside in the future Lexington Herald Miss Ethel Terrill is the Ruest of her sIster Mrs Vernon Boggs in St Louis Misi Ter rills return from a former visit to her sister was made memorable aside from its pleasant features by the great railroad wreck in which she was caught though unharmed Mrs A T Million of Richmond representing the Southern Investment Co of Lexington was here yesterday and spoke in the highest terms of the prospects of the company which hiss paid out over 205000 and has a leserve fund of 93000 Stanford Journal Mr Charles D Miller returned from Harriman Tenn on Saturday with a shot gun a bird doe and a sack of feathers mementos of his bird expedition in eastern Tennessee He gained twenty pounds anti lost his heart during his two weeks absence The Prandennlal Club will meet on Friday night of this week instead or Thursday at the residence of Prof J D Clark on the Summit Supper at 630 p m Class Messrs Foster Tar MoberieySubjectday the same opportunities to make life a success ns had his forefathers Mr Clnrance E Woods leaves tomorrow for New York City to atteud- to some business for the Sigma Nu Fraternity of which he is Grand Re corder and editor His duties will take him to Burlington Vt Bethlehem Pa Charlottesville and Lexington Va and Bethanv W Va He will stop also probablybeing retnrnedfromthe wedding on Wednesday of Dr Richard Hunter and Miss Amy Ben ton The Democrat says It was a very wedding only the Immediate families of the contracting parties being present The bridal cou le left at once for New Orleans and other points in the Sonth The groom is a wealthy and prominent young physician and the is the accomplished daughter 6f Major C D Benton Both are deservedly very popular and have the betwishes of a host of frien- dsRiLIOIOL7S Rev John B Dickson will preach at Sit ZIon church tho third Sunday in each month instead of first Sunday as heretofore The Rev W H Hyalls of Trenton Tenn will arrive inthlg cIty some time this week and preach at the nap tist church Sunday morning and even ing Mr ItyalU Is the naw pastor of this church The public is cordially invited to attend these services On the third Sunday in February Rev S Addison McElroy will he in stalled as pastor of tire Presbyterian church at Cynthiana The charge to tho new paatqr wlllbe given by his father Rev W T McElroy of this city and the charge to the congrega tion by Rev Gilbert Glass recently of FordThe CLIMAX announces with pleas ure that the meeting hold by Rev T S Hubert at iiiu church the Methodist at Laurenceburg resulted in more than doubling his membership which when he took charge lae fall was only nine But hit Richmond friends will not be surprised at this rapid progress in his work but rlll have cause for surprise if It shall not be tenfold more successful Few churches In Kentucky are blessed with pastors equal to Mr Hubert in all tile gifts and graces that taako men great and good GBS MO NKT exAttorney General of Ohio the Jiepnblicaa official whom Standard OIL influence failed td bribe with a cash offer of K0000 was billed tospMken tuets In the Peoples Institute New York on the 38th nit It peoplehaveaaoWerof5OOOOO theyheardword thAt If MotlMtw padtad to pa tlm the Moll milhiso wokI not b giyeaw And Monnet WM hutout- thehaepuWw1MJiUnot eJoII De it fie E4 111 1aikvioPut Jl I GABBAnn John II Oabbard Sr died at Keren Wednesday last aged 60 years Deceased was a brother pi L C Gabbard RVLAND Atlier home In Lexington Sfo on January 23 alter a protracted Illness Mrs Carolina F R land wife of Rov Xeonophon Ryland rind sister ofllrs Prof Harbour of Richmond SILVER REEK Miss Ella Powers visited relatives in Iticliijiond last week Al IBS Campbell of Paint Lick U visiting Mrs Hint Crooke Mr J G Dunn has gone to Lexing ton to make his injure home LexingtonIaMr John Parrish who has been quite improvlugMrs IL M Pamuels lisa gone to Florid to visit her mother furs A B PatrickVJohn D Maupin leaves today to en ter Smiths Commercial College at Lexington Mrs Mary Frances of Richmond spent last week with her brother U B Jones Mr and Mrs 8 II Thorpe of Rich mond spent Thursday with H B Scrivener and family Misses Vessle Hockaday and Stella Adams spent a few days last week with Miss Annie Ellison at Terrill Ky PAtfOLA Milton Owens of Jessamine county recently moved to tiietJnne Oldham farm having bought it of Mrs Ledford 1rsJ B Broaddus presented her husband with a 111 pound baby Satur day evening Jess says from appear ances how she will be washing churn inu and ironing in a short time lungs splendidMr Thomas who was shot at by some unknown wretch last weekwhile sitting with his granddaughter by their fireside in a room over his store after dark sent for bloodhounds but failed to get them as they wero being used at that time The devil in human form would no doubt have been found had they come as the tracks of tire rascal were plain to Ira seen No one can imagine who the dastardly coward Is Hows This 1 We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that Ian not be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure F J Cheney k Co Erops Toledo O- We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last 15 years and be hove him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligation made bv their firm DrnggirtsToledoviII Wholesale Druggists Toledo O Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internal ly acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Price druggistsTestimonials Halls Family pllsare the best Ira cr OUR WORK PLEASES better than one who has never imagineThis about by the strictest atten tion to details Our methods of- LAUNDERING are not oldfashioned but modern and satisfactory Delicate fabrics are not in jured as we use no chemicals in cleansing clothes RICHMOND STEAM LAUNDRY Remember That I have purchased the stock of groceries re cently owned by Mr JM Asbill near L N De pot and am now prepared to furnish and deliver fresh goods to any 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 inthis line Fk L GOrF jan2tf Very New IS OUR LINE OF 19OO 1PAPER Which we have recently added to our stock We have connected with us Mr W L LEEDS whose reputation as an Interior Decorator is well establishedand in guarantee We also carry a complete line of the very freshest and purest drugs druggist sundries toilet and stationery Please Ibefpleasure in showingyou- our goods you buy or not Reapfc PERRY THOMAS IuosaeIiaNN nitjIJIi I u JiICOL J BR j JUSADQUAnTEBS FnSEWING MACHINES 45 SEWING MACHINE SUPPLIES Orders taken for PIANOS and ORGANS Repairing a Specialty eOFFICE opposite Court- House with Freeman Bros nlTly Notice to Creditors All persons holding claims against the estate ol Terry K Perkins decd are hereby notified to present same to me on or before March 1900 or same will be barred CRUTCHEItJanl74v7 ttttiipnTYinrjinp I ww wHIMy HvfiHV IHIf win 9 Insure your dwellings barns and other prop erty hrthe BLUe GRASS INSURANCE COMPANY of Lexington Ky a home institution Gives protection against FIRE LIGHTNING AND TORNADO No assessment calls on members when losses occur to other members and no initiation fee charged to become a member of company The cheapest and most reliable company for the our county now operating in the litate and gets cheaper every year falling to yearFor on their agent and collector S It B Black attorneyatlaw oppositeCourtCompany upstairs J H CAnTER Pres may24ly C O BOSWOETII Secy YES WE BLAZE 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 complete choice of 4 patterns for choice of 5 other patterns for 450 choice of 6 patterns of Gilts proportiongoods For the past two months we have been con stantly receiving large ship ments direct from the factories of new goods in the dark rich Reds Blues arid Green in Stripes Floral designs c You should see the many new designs that are made to be used without bor ders in fact it would be use less to attempt to describe the man novelties in papers we have in stock The Price will tell it is right Very respectfully GE M 1IttIJ Wall Paper Window Shades Picture Frames Paints Oils Varnishes Brushes largestPrices Established 1870 201 1US STREE- TRICHMOND KY Your Gain=== Our Loss THATS WHAT OUR GR- ANDCLEARANCE SALE OFVBOOTS AND SHOES 1JIEAJ Everyone knows that all kind of leather goods are ad vancing and will continue to advance 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 New StQck3 002 00 Mens Boots New Stock 200 1 50l Mens Bootees Very Fine 500 4 00 Mens Bootees Very Fine 400300La- dies 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 111IA Bed to Die In J A Coffin to Lie InLo 0 A Carpet to Walk On On1iA Table to Eat On5 A Sofa to Sit On JVV jV ElV NbTIV 111 o 3 Jj A thousand other pieces of Eurn asH DESKS ING BEDS FlVll BOQI0ASES 3V CHINA CLOSETS 3- iiii RkOKS11iwL EASY CHAIRS Etc r Wall Paper Picture Erames Ot gJEi tomans and other firstclass Sie articles OLDIIAWSIi Day Phoie 76 Night 136 micCo Vtr T S 1 0 eesessss s es ss sssssss aee s e oesesoeeee tsr 5 s lIIRPI S S j ffBRUARY AND MARCH S S S w C55S INSI 5 5 5 WINTER GOODS S andS5 a go rejoicing at the BARGAINS given 5 here We have quite a lot of Canton beSS to make room for our Spring alreadyS0 S S S and0S0S Dens Underwear Plenty of Cold S Weather Yet S 25cSS now 15cSSo now 3 5 25c now 19c 30cSallwoolS5Sf 25c now 19c 5 50eSS now C trimmingsSS0sS Baby p trimming80c trimmingS0S a now C e5Comforts 110 now SOc 149S299S299S39cSS 9Sc now 90c 55v1ens Duck Coats all lined 150 now 135S 275SODeShOcS35IS willISmarSClothingSCe we are S as we do not intend to carry clothing 5S We will continue to sell odd pants S S S forSeourStS prmgL SaS D 55OWEN MKEE 50o 5 I I I S S SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS SSSSS A t oSTOCK TAKING tiS NOW OVER A V And it revealed the fact that we have a number t of remnants which will be sold at half of the AAlfJr SamE3JI ltworth 25 and 30c at 19c 11l Ladies Fine Cashmere Hose worth SOc at 39e J afJat 25c a 75 pairs o Infants Wool Hose worth 10 andw 15c at oc 100 pairs of Mens and Boys Wool Hose worth 25c at 15c c lck Dre s GOOnS ReauceD n u There are several sorts of critics Those who pick flaws in everything Destroy because they cannot build Those who look iv through biased glasses and those who base CriticsVwho deal in facts say Elders Dress Goods are the bestrichest selection offered Clos- efashions dictate and invariably selling at fJj2 50 Silk and Wool Crepons atl 25 U 2 00 Silk and Wool Crepons at 1 00 k1 50 Silk and Wool Crepons at 75c 1 00 Silk and Wool Crepons at hOe 75c Silk and Wool Crepons at 45c Our line of Black Dress Goods at 25 29 35 45 QvA IRus Carpets Matticas ani Floor Oil Cloths Rug Carpet Matting and Floor Oil Cloth selling is getting to be a more methodsThe grelentless sell pK straggling lots to admit full lines Come and Inspect our stock Prices will please you Look at what we have 9r SPECIAL OFFERINGS ie THIS WKTH kin our DRESS GOODS TRIMMINGS UNDEUWEAtt HOSIERY CORSETS everything you need ad on Paper Patterns we can svflOI5o25 Samplescerfullyent h CLOTHINGS CORSETS I tMenj odd Pants Stoo SI25 SUO 200 25J and fMens and Boys Suits at greatly reduced R OLongWslt100 R Q Short 100 Nor- walkSScXohRoy5oc q Dr Nossah Cresco Sl Arin- osldel iJ Gar Be Corset 2je eiMCLLLS BAZAR PATTERNS LISuwg Thta is the place to bay the McCalt Baser Patterns the best In the world We a complete stock Can we not interest havei 1In snbserihiiw tor XcCalls Magazine is a remark ably good samcep motltly publication issard bf the iccau annumUclndlOrOur stock of ot101M TIBW are Gloves c are complete India Lin- ensScup Lcca5ci rdo ennp Lace CnrtaiB Me per pair Mail orders promptly attcBd d te Oarecs4ptoa Postal Card asking for one we will mail our Fashion Sheets to anyxMrw WIchlBgoc new friends- a well ae old fried s aa4 peospcra New Year and thanking them IcSusreMopamIavor5V JiexectfHlly rmSubmitted to Cosh Twfo jEV ELDER j I TJ0 e btA c = A The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY JAK 31 1900 = =Kentucky Colonels Measles in the White Hull vicini ty NffTs broom factory is m opera tion Kemember the Kentucky Colonels are Cowing Mr James Evans at WhiteHall la improving Paralytic indigeBtion i killing mules in CJarrard Famous Kentucky Colonol Quar tette February Best Jellico coal fur i qlo by I teber Witt phone 142 24jn4t Bist coal on the luiirket for Kile bjr LeUlier WIlt phone 142 24jan4 Hurt BrnbbVlumber mill is run ning at Ford after a short idleness Pont fail to buy the celebrated Jelli cj ioal for sale by Letclier WiLL r1Ie 142 24jan4t The 1000 policyin the Maccabees on Hie life of tho lato it A Baxter was iil Monday to Miss Mary Baxter Kev J S Sowers is confined to the Iiivise with a severe cold was not able- t Till his pulpit at Mt Vernon Sunday Georgetown Times A modern dentist will fill your teeth The heEL amalgam filling 75 cents Ur- HhsOIII next door to Government BuilJing Richmond Kv jnlOtf Extracting teeth is the work of an ignorant man Dr Hobson next door tJ Government Buillillg Ilichmond Ky Treats and saves your teeth We are sole agents for Proctors Red Ash Jellico coal which is the best on the market jan24lm J W CHRISTIAN Co For cleaning the mud on Main from Third to the postofilce the ac cumulation of yeare the Itreet com missioners will accept thanks and let the good work go on If you have any oak ash poplar or walnut logs or trees and wish to sell them for cvsli write or call on RoY SOPKU Co nov20 Gin Nicholasville Ky Bll Ilurnam colored found 25 and was suspected of having stolen it ills arrest damaged his good name and some friends came to his rescue and cleared Bill ot the charge Lindell Evans a young attorney of Richmond who went WtIl has been fleeted county attorney of Valley coun ty the largest in Montana He comes of go id Clark condty stock and has imin crius relatives hurt Winchester Dem n rttDr Silas Evans formerly of Lex ington is now a member of tIll Board ui Health at Paris This Board has reo iiKsted tho city council to at once order a general vaccination on accountof tllP reported cases of smallpox in Bourbon county General Gordon Coming ifiiernl John B Gordon wjll deliver H famous new lecture the First Days of the Confederacy in Richmond on Tuesday night Feb 13 Three Crops in One Year Mj J T Kstill showed us fpeei 1Ins of fleet second and third growths of white hurley tobacco grown ou his farm near Ft lv till la f yiar New and True Dentists who extract teeth btcanse they ache should go to school and learn how they should be treated Dr Hob Ron next door to Government Build lug Ilirhmoiid Ky julOtf Bank Stock for Sale I will sell at public auction on Mon day February 5 ut 11 ocluck a m at the court house door live shares of Richmond National Bank slock J D CLAnK FOR RENT A nice dwalling containing seven MIIIIIH and several office rooms on M tin Street For further particulars call on N II DEATHKUAGK It Richmond Ky For Sale oae woo I saw muthine ono 4iorse fswevp power belt speed jack etc i one good wood cook stove double watertank H V STORDEVAST 17janU Itlrltmomt Ky President WcLeod Dead Last week in Iiiisi file Col John M Leod tale rec iwr of the R N L- n riiilronl IIwl of Mralycls lie had lieei for tin years coiiiiiuied i h the new road and niadc a moat efllcient ollicr Startling Discovery Special Deputy Collector D Willis II xlngton has discovered JOOOO un sgnedan1 urntamped witness claims on file in the Stain Auditors office These claims have leen accepted since 1S98 wiihont war Ktamps Deputy WIllis rules they shonll contain H 2 cont stamp and ban notified Attorney General Pratt to collrct the same MavsvUIu Bulletin Kentucky Colonels February 1 Hall a Million For Berea thatitgiven 5000 to tho halfmillion dollar CollegoPresident lisa been raised Lost andMackThursday December 28 a leather 10t3mfloneypaid fur return of same to CLIMAX or 1OCORDjnnlHf AFAia OPF33 I will fill any order for you at thesame price for anything In the jewelry line that you can got from any other cataloguelug you expense of ordering Respectfullvjan3lyr AUMER An allRound Man Prof Poage of Kirksville is an all round man He is an accomplished and successful teacher with a large and flourishing school ho isa minister of the Christian church and last weekhe purchased the hardware store of Mr betweellprcachhlJt nails plows and other articles of house bold and kitchen utensils nea and Convenient Arrangement of Stamps Postmaster Wallace says that the current report is true that the United States Postcfllce officials are preparing 1o begin a new plan in tim Jof ABerslto buy stamps in this way in quantities worth 41 HO 25 and O all conven iently put up and In shape to be kept neatly and always ready for use Another Paoer Here Madison county negroes now have a paper The Rambler a neat listlo inonthy edition by Prof E M Embry a lawyer and teacher of the Richmond Colored School Price 40 cents per year The paper is chock full of news of local interest and should be sustained The Salutatory says The Rambler la published as a medium through which we may encourage sill that is essential to the growth andad van oment of racial interests AVo shalL endorse thrift education and economy coupled with morality and religion An Appetizer Was This For Tom Jir Tlios E Arnold writes the CLIMAX from De Land Florida where he- and his wife are so journing writes tho CMITAX I have something out of the ordinary to tell to my Kentucky friends I got up early this mourning thats strange Tom JJdr worked out a part of a gar den planted some beans fertilized a strawberry bed and will doubtless get a nice mess of strawberries in a few lays As an appetizer this morning exercise ought to fatten up Tom until he would need a letter of introduction to his Kentucky friends Went Into a Far Country Messrs f W Smith and David Dunn returned home Saturday night Irom A long journey through a portion of Kentucky where wires and rails the modern method of communication and travel are comparatively unknown They went down the Cincin nati Fouthecn railroad to Bumside where they took a steamer down the Cumberland river for 100 miles passing through or touching the counties Of Pulaski Wayne Russell Clinton Cumberland Metcalf and drove into Barren where they took the L N train for home via Lebanon Junction and Stanford They were out on a cattle buying expedition and met with great scccess Mrs Oldbams Musical Mrs Mary Pattie Old hams musical class gave an entertainment onJMonday night at the home of Mr and Mrs C S Powell and a number of parents and friends of the pupils were present The procram was too long to publish and individual mention impossible with the lateness of tho hour and over crowded condition of our colums The performance of the ticholars evidenced the con ttciencioUH and painstaking work of Mrs Oldhuii whose great individual talents are not more pronounced than her ability to instruct in the art that hns made lier n favorite in our city The double blessing of knowing bow to teach it to others is possessed to a rare degree II y Mrs Oldham sc that her pupils teadily acquire a knowledge of music and develop theIr talents nil the more rapidly This occasston was not more enjoyable or successful than the ninny preceding which have g euJIrrf Oldham the enviable position she holds in music social anti- church circles The following took part Misses Dudley DotyKudie Bonny Willie Tray nor Nettle Wagers Minnie Dykes Nannie Hunt Powell Edna Giun cbiisliani Mary Coylo Mary Ttnynor Annie Cosby A Chorus by Misses Dykeg Trnynor Cosby Powell Bonny ioyle and Traynor also Mr Emmett Million participated I U 0 SweepiogReductionA A m uits v r D ts nD s vy Un rw r Having bought our stock for spring b J deathjof Mr Mitchell and the partnership havingfit tJ to be closed we will begin at once to sell every thing in HEAVY GOODS jfat PRICES LOWER THAN WAS EVER SOLD f IN THIS TOWN BEFORE This is no catch ad V but a bonafide bargain in every article offered I Mens and Boys Suits and Overcoats j liens Shoes and Underwear jf If yOu dont need the goods now it will pay you If to buy for next winter as the prices we will make V 1 will can be from j the manufacturersrCOME AND GET PRICES t Couington Mitchell r 0rr C b Bett Satuliefl Ytt Sees bcyCharlesW Vawe received the best solution of our crazy figure puzzle 1113335557779 9 9 Tins puzzle is to add any six of the above figures and make 21 The truth isit cannotJb done Many tricks live been resorted to but the very best so far is Mr Jallancoe viz 3 3 3 r 9 7 5 2L The three 3s added make 0 To 9 aro added 7 and 5 which make 21 Thus we have the six figures Charles you are a daisy You have not forgot the intricacies of Math as taught by Dr Barbour Winchester Preparing to Combat Small PoxMay Quarantine Against Richmond For a while there was a feeling that we should quarantine against Rich word but this will not be done yet says last Fridays Winchester Democrat In the meantime the police will watch the trains from that point and see that no suspicious characters are allowed to stop here One of Rich mondsscnled doves went to Mt Sterling this week but was promptly hustled out of town in short order None but those who have gone through with it know rhatn smallpox epidemic would cost directly and indirectly aud we can not be too careful This week a number of lewd white women of Richmond came to this city and went to some of the negro assigna non houses The police authorities took prompt action The negroo keep ers of these houses were fined heavily by Judge Pendleton and some of them sent to jail in default of payment The visitors were released on their own recognizance with instructions to shake the dustof Winchester from their feet which they lost no time in doing As to Smallpox in This County In an interview yesterday with Dr J M Povntz President of the County Board of Health the CLIMAX was furnished with this official statement of the true status of smallpox in this county Atormenr College Hill there are 8 cases of confluent smallpox 19 cases of mild smallpox In the family of Gee F Edwards alone in this locality are 8 cases four confluent and four mild Misa Fritz died some weeks ago of smallpox Since her death her mother and two sisters have taken the disease the former being quite ill There is one case at Waco There are several cases on Tates Creek in the vicinity of Antioch church Mr Masters being very ill There are file cases at Peytontown a negro settleiucntf in the BIytbewood neighborhood Tlie people of College Hill and Waco have readily cooperated with the County Board by isolating and quar antining and vaccinating With the exception of Peytontown the other infected localities are polic edElsewhere is copied a circular letter from the County Board to the physi clans of the county with regard to the statutory requirement under a penal tv to report to the Health Board any contagious diseases which come to their knowledge Preventing Contagion In Schools The danger of spreading contagious diseases through the attendance of in fected children is one that no watchful ness can wholly avert and yet is so great that it calls for the utmost care on the part of teachers and school au thorities as well as parents A child may be suffering from scarlet fever or diphtheria without the knowledge of its parents and in school may communicate the disease to dozens or eyen hun dreds of others Instances are common whcre ihe little parents malady has not been discovered until a highly contagious stage has been reached In such cases steps ought at once to be taken to prepare for further cases The action taken by the principal of the Seventhward school of Louisville recentlyiunder similar circumstances A child in one of the primary departments that had been attending school regularly was taken suddenly ill The physician called in pronounced the ailment a case of diphtheria When the principal was notified which was promptly done she sent home alt the children that had been In the class room with the sick child with notes asking their parents to call They did so and were toldof tho diphtheria case informed that the class room had been thoroughly Sued gated and warned to be on the lookout for any possible attack in their lam ilies Fortunately the sick child do veloped a simpler malady tluyi diph theria and its classmates escaped the dangerous disease but had it been otherwise the thoughtful warningmight have saved many lives In any case it gave the parents confidence in the care and prudence with which their children are guarded in school In one neighborhood in Louisville there were recently from seven to twelve cases of scarlet fever which were spread most probably by one child in whom the attack was no light it was not detected until a stage of the disease when it could be most easily communicated similar cases are fresh in the minds of every careful par ent and teacher The necessity for such watchfulness as Mrs Monsarrat exhibited is therefore plain to every body The School Board can not be too careful If however parents and guardians cooperate with teachers the result ought to be falling off in the spread of contagious diseases among childrenThere is an excellent ordinance pas sed at the instance of a recent Louis yule Health Officer which requires that every house where there is con tagious disease be placarded and lorbido the attendance at school of children and teachers who have been expoeed to contagion This is a most excellent precautionary measure and the tem porary hardships to which its enforcement may lead in occasional instances are nothing in comparison to the pre cious lives that may be saved and the suffering that may be avertedCoo tierJournal Editorial Jan 10 The CLIMAX confesses to a very very limitedSubscription among the teachers of the common scboo Island can hope for but email circulaticB of the abovt Etiggeetiont to the te beJ1lht tin parents who are even More Interested abeaM remember these adBiwltieee TIM B tkwal prohibition OMWii lJu v vocalquartettetheKentucky Masonic Temple v MtttlM RMehrtfefls oi Vine Fork Cborth SeMiMl Saturday ia January Recognizing the Bible teaching OB the subject of Missions nEd the duty resting on us n a band wishing the advancement of our Masters caw and the glory of our Father now therefore be it Rewired That we divide the annual work into four periods of three months each giving each period to the collec tion of funds for one or mora boards as specified January February March Home and State Missions Mr Wm Golden Miss Dora McQnirter April May June Foreign Missions Mr Walker Dozier Miss Fannie Car penterJuly August September Temper ance Sunday tichool Bible Board Or phanage Mr Jo F Todd Miss Jennie ToddOctober November Ministers Aid Society Mr L S McQuiter Miss Nannie Ames 1 That we appoint the above us a standing committee on each board for the corresponding period to the time and object with Mr N G Todd gener alchairman who shall act over all the above committees Also that we require them to report on each period not later titan the last regular meeting in each period L L KYLE Mod W O Tnonp Ch Clerk Rev John 0 Fea Writes Thai he Is Alive Yet purportingtothat the venerable John G Fee founder of the Berea College at Berea this county had just died The report gained wide circulation but was repeatedly discredited The editor of the CLIMAX wrote Dr Fee expressing the hope that his illness might not be seri ous and that God would long spare the life of this good man On Saturday byhimselfpage volume Autobiography of John G Fee printed in 1891 Said he Yours of recent date before mo I am in fair health for a man of 83 years everydaystarted I know not I send to you as a present a copy of my autobiography a meager outline prepared for a local EvangelistMasonryWrong in large measure are nil oathbound affiliated societies Also Conditions of Membership in the Church of ChristMr Fees known antipathy for titles is here exhibited I at all times repudiate the prefix Dr Honorary titles among brethren aro not in harmony with the Christian sentiment Of course this idea of Mr Pee will not be endorsed by many but we should remememberthat None but the brave dare step aside From customs iron rule The common mind must follow it Or be esteemed a fool- PHYSICIANS TAKE NOTICE I Ricniioxn Kr Jan 20 1900 To the Phyticutnt of Madison County You are hereby notified that Section 2000 of the Statutes require you to feport to the Health Board any con tagious diseases which come to your knowlodge under a penalty for each and every day you so neglect or refuse The existence of smallpox in the county is now so plain that every good citizen must exert himself to arrest tho further spread of this loathsome plague Wo call upon all loyal citizens to aid us by every means in their pJwer to enforce this law ij M POYNTZ PlIESr Board of Health M CY M GIBSON Health Officer WARNING AGAINST SMAUPOL To the People of Madison Co This board has positive information that there are cases of smallpox in this county and to prevent further spread of this loathsome disease we call upon all good citizens to watch all persons from the localities in which there are cases Do not allow them to enter your homes or associate with you upon the public highway or in public places Vaccination and revaccination is certain to prevent the disease Therefore we call upou all persons to be vaccinated No one should allow himself or any one for whom he is responsible to remain unvaccInated any time and especially in the face of the present danger School boards everywhere in the county should cooperate in requiring vaccination as a condition of admission to all schools Successful vaccination will stamp out smallpox This is tho conclusion of tIm scientific world after full investigation and large experience and maYbe thoroughly relied upon The vaccination should always be done by competent physician and tim person should report from time to time until a perfect result has been secured BUXES Whenever any householder shall know or suspect that any person within his or her family or who maybe temporarily residing with him or her is sick with smalLpox or any other disease dangerous to the public health ho shall immediately give notice to tIm health officer Any physician who may be called to visit any suspected casesball give notice immediately together with the locality and name of the person The physician and the head of the family shall see that a flag or other placards of warning shall be placed in proper position to bo seen by persons approaching the house No one shall be permitted to go from an infected house to any church or public meeting or to travel in a caror other public vehicle No person recovering from smallpox shall be permitted to appear upon the public highway or in any public place until all danger of contagion is passed and a certificate ia issued by the health officer or the physician in charge The room in which there has been a case of small must be thoroughly disinfected immediately and all infected clothing bedding carpets furniture etc either cleane4and disinfected or destroyed All such work to be done under the supervision of the health officer or some one whom be may dJCHte- In all cases of death from smallpox the body should be wrapped ia a sheet saturated with corrosive iwbllnmte pee ounce to a gallon of water pitted in a coffla K BOOB w petfttble whirl should not be oponeds d taried witt out any public deiBomtMttiou or lime at We call upon alt lawabiding peop to aid Its ml4diug the eemttvtf tide oeulhan J V Pxlss ff IV Gieaor t xl4ll0M0Nt tbf c o Ic lid So Tn lib 1 Many persons could choose the way they would prefer their teeth to look WSICMM YOU CHOOSE We can take the uneven broken set anti fill in special teeth and care for those that remain The result is a nicelooking month iustead of an ugly one Lot us try tor you I If your teeth are getting loose we can make them as FIRM as in the days of yore If you have lost a few teeth we can replace under the latest methods and so natural as to fool old nature herself A good set of teeth 500 best alloy fillings 75c All work at reduced prices DR HODSON Office in the Hobeon Building next door to the Government Building Richmond Ky Mr Flora Wellknown There The Kentucky Colonels do not need much introduction in Lancaster as they have appeared here before and the people know their abilities as sin gem One of tire members Mr A D Flora the basso once resided here and has a number of friends who will give him a warm receptionLancaster Record The Colonels will appear at the Masonic Temple Richmond Feb 1 For Sale One of tim most desirable building lots in Irvine on corner of Multi and Court streets known as the Gardner property The lot is seventyfive feet front and sixtyeight feetdeep 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 ou Or addressA MILLER Jan 24tf Richmond Ky Cecil Ian CJubHotesYerdlC- ontributed by M The first musical signs made by Verdi were omtnons They were in connection with the street organ An itiner ant organ grinder used to come betimes to the Roncole Inn when little Verdi wduld run to stand and gaze in wonder ment at the musician and his music nor would he leave the attraction until fetched away One especial favorite with the child was Bagosset a decrepit violinist who predicted to the inn keeper that his son would be a great musician some day Verdi helped this poor fellow in after years when the prophesy had been amply fulfilled When Verdi was about seven years old his father added a epinnet or plono to his worldly possessions The child had already shown taste for music for beside the street music episode the priest at Roncoje lied kicked him down the altar steps for paving more attention to the music from tho organ than to his duties as acolyte or server at mnssa post which his naturally quiet demeanor hind obtained for him No sooner was the piano in the house than young Verdi went at it with a will until one day because he could not find some favorite chord upon the keyboard he was discovered in great anger belaboring the instrument with a hammer We cannot recognize in this youthful emasher of piano keys the composer of IlTrovatore Troviata Aida Otello and later Falstoff Clack Wagner and Verdi are a trinity of composers that recognized the music drama as first dramatic then musical Drama has won the day in its longwaged conflict with music People must hear music to develop taste and study it to develope understanding At the last meeting of the Cecilian Club a Tann hauser program was rendered In the near future an Aida program will be given A drama with musical accom paniment a comedy with music are the titles for tho composer of the present and future VerdI iran thrown overboard old fortes and has planted his victorious standard in the country discovered by Cluck and conquered by Wagner A marvelous old man in deed Resigns His Pastorate In token of their appreciation of his ministry and as a mark of respect to Rev Dr James W Tyler C U 89 retiring pastor df the Lawrenceburg Presbyterian church all the churches in that city on Sunday night lost united in worship at the Presbyterian church The CLIMAX learns from a reliable and competent auditor that upon this occasion Dr Tvlers farewell sermon was apostolic in its strength thought and earnestness of spirit Without ap pealing to tire emotions it was very tender and bedewed many creeks with tears The presence of God through the service was a distinct and precious realization Friends of this young minister who was graduated at Con tral Univcmity in 1889 will be glad to hear of the honor that has lately been conferred upon him the Degree of Doctor of phi o80phy Also Dr Tyler after repeated requests has consented to act as Financial Solicitor for his alma mater a position that of course some one must till but we join with his late congregation in regretting that in accepting this office the church loses an active able and beloved minister In this connection the editor will narrate aa incident connected with Dr Tylere college career It was the week of his graduation He was to de liver an oration Ho read it to us and asked our opinion Said we Tyler that oration is grand and it should be printedin the Atlantis a prize essay It will win Tyler had not thought it worthy ot being spoken much less printed as ia prize essay Anyhow when he pineented the Atlantis had been printed and he was shut out Heres a scheme we feDggestcd Let us pt tire article in type take proofs of it and hand iLls with the other printed essays as lire judges will riot decide the matter for a week He agreed we printed Uio essay for such it really was and a beautiful composition too sad when cs ComtB cem ot Day 18S9 came the gold medal for tire prize es say was awarded to the author of Fan teals In Nrjbibn Phantoms In The Clouds Wen we got near Tyler he grasped mi hind in gratitude for IB Meting on uHHaintf his farewell oration M a eompeOtlve WMV ad for the next lew hoar ti was in la the cloud aver his hsJeaeIJ OTMM CoPt CMHM s Mrrife was bli- pIWtMj IiC 1t 1 THE MAGNIFICENT DISPLAY OF NEW SPRING GINGHAMS AND PERCALES AT THEI 1 BUSYBEE CASHSTORE I 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 Tie Uirgs EnWtrin Laces anil lite Mi That will be seen at The Busy Bee Cash Store in Jan uary will be largest ever shown by enterprising Upto Date store Dont fail to see them The New Carpets Dud Mailings That have been unloaded at The Busy Bee Cash Store this week for 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 Grarite Carpets Hemps Mattings Linoliums Oilcloths Etc These goods were all bought before the advance in Carpets You can save big money on 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 Spring to be seen this side of New York We earnestly invite the ladies one and all to examine this line of goods We know the result will be a very pleasant surprise to you Our Tailormade fit to perfection Dont overlook our Lace Curtain Department we are showing shine handsome things in this line Also some beautiful new patterns of Curtain Swisses Soreens and Fancy Draperies Very Respectfully UVa D OLDBAM COMPANY RICHMOND MT STERLING AND GEORGETOWN Southern Lumber Co Loses Bin Case cided In Circuit Court After being outless than an hour the jnry in tho noted case of Asher lien riley vs the Southern Lumber Co at Valley View this county rendered judgment Saturday afternoon for tho plaintiffs for the full amount claimed 1016630 without interest The case was not only one of the largest but one of the most remarkable ever tried in this county occupying the entire week and attracting moro than Statewide interest The defendant the Southern Lumber Company composed mainly of Cincinnati capitalists is one of tho best known lumber firms in the country and its plant at Valley View is one of the largest in the South In August J898 it contracted with A B Asher and H M Heusley of Letchier county to furnish 16000 popular logs The logs were delivered at the defendants mill at Valley View there inspected measured sawed Into lumber and the product sold When the time came for payment of the logs a controversy arose as to their quality aud measurement the company experts claiming that the logs were damaged and did not come up to the specifications of the contract and figur ed out that the company owed lIess Asher Hensley only 3000 instead of 16000 The plaintiffs thereupon brought suit in tIle Madison circuit court for the full amount claimed and the case Iran been before Judge Scotts court for over a year A great mass of evidence was introduced by both sides and some of the ablest lawyers in this part of the State were engaged Ex Gov McCreary of this city Judge JIM D Black and Hon A C Faulkner of Barbourvillo and Black mack of this city represented the plaintiffs and Judge J M Beaton of Winchester and Hon J A Sullivan of this city the defendant Among the witnesses were the millionaire lumber man M B Farriu of Cincinnati and several timer exports from the North Two days were consumed in speaking on the case which was given to to tIre jury atnoon Saturday The verdict which is of mteretf to lumbermen and loxmen al10vIJr the country was URpuimoos for tire full amonnfrclaimed by the Jllaintim The defendants will mke a motion for a new trial ImsMdutely after the read jugof the verdict the attorneys for the defendant epraD fa sensatiOn by filling a suit for OOOOd marc 5 against the plaintiffs for attaching the plant of the company at Vsltey View last Septem ber and olesinR it down for eever- nlweebThe writ or attAChment as then executed waa ordered discharged by Judge Scott M the October terra ol court which 0MtiUt tbe basis oi tlia co paya grenade Mr Indemnity rr taItM bewn kppolitUng ie male faetary iMfwetora T141N1iM t 1SG riiiW for p 1 i fI Mte AI1H1tIIII u Ordered by Cily Board ol Health Concern ing Vaccination It is the law that all persons except big those excused by a competent phy eician bo vaccinated In the litrht of scientific medical research and in compliance with tire law we advise and direct all persons in this city to be vacci nated at once Tins is the only safeguard against smallpox and besides it is a cleanser and purifier of the system Only the ignorant and superstitious are opposed to vaccination but in order to protect the public health this law was enacted We shall see that it is en forced to the letter By order of the board C H VAUGIIT President of A WILKES BoardIHealth HeadacheBiliousness sour stomach constipa tion and all flyer ills are cured by Hood P Olls The nonInltatlng cathartic prIce 25 cents of all druggists or by mall of CI Rood Co Lowell Mass Affulnaldo is a firm believer In the doctrine that every one should keep his capital moving Fablers Buckeye Pile Ointment is tho only remedy for blind bleeding or protruding piles Indorsed by physic cures the most obstinate cases Price 50c in bottles Tubes 7oe Per ry Thomas janSlm Rapid Transit in New York will it is hoped be rapider than its murder trials netter do it trfnn wish it be done Better cure catarrh by taking Hoods Sarsaparilla than complain because you suffer from it Tho trusts are doing the ostracizing at present and they propose to keep it upI want to let the people who suffer from rheumatism and sciatica know hat Chamberlains Pain Baltt relieved me after a number of other medicines and a doctor had failed It is the best lini ment I have ever known oJ A Dodgen Alphnrettn Ga Thousands have been cured of rheumatism by this remedy Ono application relieves the pain For sale by Perry Thomas ojanlm Utah Roberts goes out with a great splutter of unconstitutional fireworks He Mistakes the ExactS for the CUM That is what the person does who tries to cure rheumatism or any other mptomsJI06dsof these diseases It naturalizes the acid in the blood and thus permantljr cures rheumatism It tones and strengthens tho stomach restores its natural digesting fluids and permanent ly cures dyspepsia Nests Pills euro constipation Price 2oc Pennsylvania plum tree is a IThfialongside Montana scrub plae lit pulmonary trouble the direct ftc tkM Of Couaseas JIow y of Tar upon tlrethroatcliest Mid lungs itnm diat- elyjtMt the rieslady reli vii UM eL cutting tt frtitegwwad free i eYI MrIbIoeMkl oraea Mee I M 14La Leery sad 7 o IJrn f vt Tire worst after effects of Influenza arise from deranged functions of the liver Clear the blood at once with Herbine for it willstrengthen the liver to withdrnw from circulation the biliary poisons Price 50 cents Perry and Thomas jan3lm What the Duke ol Marlborough did take to tire war the original Duke would have left behind Tetter SaltRheum and Eczema The intense itching and smarting lire allayedbyapplyingSkin Ointment Many very bad cases have been permanently cured by it It is equally efficient for itching piles and a favorite remedy for sore nipples chapped bands chilblains frost bites and chronic soro eyes 25 cts per box Dr dailys Condition Powders are just what a horse needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge They are not food but and the best in use to a horse in prime condition Price 25 ents per package The public will know the war is ended when they are no longer rcqujred to lick war stamps Persons who lead a life ot exposure are to rheumatism neuralgia and lumbago will find a valuable rem edy in Ballards Snow Liniment it will banish pains and subdue inflammation Price 25 and 50 cents Perry and Thomas jan3lm Tire great voices of the glorious Victorian era are silent voices now but their works live after them Having a Great run on Clinnberlains Cough Itemed Manager Martin of the Pierfon drug store informs us that lie is having a great run on Chamberlains Cough Remedy He sells five bottles ot that medicine to one of any oIlier kind anti it gives great satisfaction In these davs of la there it retIring like Chamberlains s Cough Remedy to stop the cough heal np tire sore throat and lungs and gives relief within a very short time The sales are growingand all who try it are pleased with its prompt action Southern Chicago Daily Calumet For sale by Perry and Thomas janSlm ExSecretary Bliss wears Otis whiskers anti this fact Pins taken him out of the vicepresidential handicap 3d Slool Sure TTM EatngSoYe Tumors Ulcers Can cer of the Nose Eye Lip Ear Neck Breast Stomach Legs or Arms are all curable by B J1oB Botanic Blood italic which Is made especially to curesll terrible Blood Diseases Per sisted Bores Blood sad Skin Blom fehs SciafHte tbatTresist other treatments are quickly cured by B B B BotanicBlood Btlm Skin Eruptions Pimples Red Itclilnjr Ecsema Scales Blisters Red or Brown Patches Blotches Catarrh Rheumatism etc are alt due to bad blood and hence easily cured by B Bn SyphilitIc Blood Poison literally driven from the system by B 8 B Botanic Blood Balm in one to jgvie months B B U does not contain vegetable or mineral poison One hot thii pill test iln caeo For sale by drsicgMts everywhere Large bottle isi JOt 16 Send los a tree sample bottle which trill be sent by return nil WHit you write describe syeap b M and MMMM free medtari Mtviee wiit M ives Address Wood JW Q1 4 NII AtIMatGfot i jny47rvr I j gMany an innocent little lading is suffering untold agony and can not ex plain its troubles Mark our 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 jnuMm New York is to have a cellar ten miles long t 1therosybearbears a birth mark on tire kin there are many who bear an indelible birth mark on their mind Nervous mothers have nervous children and many a man and woman owes an irritable and despondent temperament to those days of dread n tire mother waited the hour of her maternity The use of Dr Pietces Favorite Prescription strengthens the mother for her trial With strength comes a buoyancy of spirits and quietness of mind which is one of the happiest gifts a mother can bestow on her offsprings By giving vigor and elasticity to the delicate womanly or gans Favorite Prescription practical ly does away with the pain of materni ty and makes the babys advent as fl natural and as simple as the blossom lag of a flower There is no opium co caine or other narcotic contained in Favorite Prescription The Hon Mark Hnnnn who bought his own seat is a juror in tho Clark case Clark knows a tiring or to repeatedlyinmany foreign countries that Chamber lains Cough Remedy is ft certain pre ventive and cure for croup It hasbe como tIre universal remedy for that disease M V Fisher of Liberty W Va only repeats what has been said around the globe when be writes I have used Chamberlains Cough Reiu edy in mv family for several years and always with perfect success We hts lieve that it is not only the best cough remedy but that it is a sure cure for croup It has saved the lives of out children a number of times Thfs ajiilThoml8Web Davis wears an armored hatih South Africa Tire administration cannot spare its tavorite spellbinder Coughs and colds come uninvited but you can quickly get rid of thigmIwith a few doses of Honer b Tar Price 25 and 50 cents PerrSThomas jana14IThe vicepresidential boom prevails in Kansas among those wlib desire to shelve that longgeared states i man a Wbai we Eat Is intended to nourish and sUBtaintts vbut it must be digested and assimila ted before it can do this In oth r Infoodtive organs from the waste materials and must be carried the blood tptdl parts of the body We believe tire rca son for tho great benefit which to many people derives from Hoods Sarsaparilla lies in tIre fact that this medicine gives good digestion and makes pure rich blood It restores the functions of those organs which convert food into nourishment that gives strength to nerves Rt CM8 JIt shea cures dyspepsia lie ro4M salt rheem sorrp Cj piniples d erntiors catzrrrhi nice- aMIes sad all diseases thatIian t IIre b lr t115 1iJa f Ir iicw r ir 00 iuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuu r i A Rubbsr Tire Faclory Hero MrU Midkiff has installed the first and only plant in the county for the construction Bud repair of rubber tires for vehicles and is turning out factory work at less than factory prices examined his workand found it equal to any in service He will be pleased to exhibit his own factory work and quote prices He puts rubber tires on old wheels and the life of tho vehicle prolonged so that twice their cost is saved not to mention the comfort derived oct25tf NONE SEEKERS Excursion at very low rates to many points in the following territories Alabama Arizona Arkansas British Columbia Colorado Florida Georgia Idaho Indian Territory Iowa Kansas Louisiana Manitoba Michigan Missouri Montana Mississippi Nebraska New Mexico North Dakota North Carolina Oklahoma Oregon South Dakota South Carolina Tennessee Texas Utah Virginia Washington Wisconsin and Wyoming over the BIG FOUR ROUTE Selling dat s February 1620 March 620 Aprll317100 For full information and particulars as to rates tickets limits stop over privileges etc call on agents of Big Four Route or address the undersigned WAKBEN J IYKCII W P DEP- PEGPT A AGPtP A Cincinnati 0 marl PATEtIiiADVICE t Notice in Inventive 3300kflowtoobtalnPatents DESIGNS TRAMMARKS FREE ClIargrt moderate No fee WI patent Is Lc i AddressE Tie kllisra Miilml tDTBtanl G- oOF LEXINGTON KY 203 00000 Paid in Living Benefits 95 00000 RESERVE AMD SURPLUS illta lm ol Lite lupufii We pay the same profits to the living that Insurance Com panies pay to the estates of deceased Largest profits consistent with safety and conservatism Every precaution for the protection of the investor For particulars apply to SMITH BOWMVNSECRETARY LEXINGTON KY MRS A T MILLION Local Agent Richmond Ky j0 UNSOLICITED1 KINGSTON KY December 16 1899 lldiler euRichmond Ky DBAK Sin Will you be so kind as to publish in your paper the following statement of facts Six years ago I was attacked with La Grippe followed by KheumatiBin Neuralgia Stomach Liver and Kidney Diseasesfinally Lost Vitality soil ipneial Nervous Prostration I was treated by a number of the best Physicians III this county and also took the following Patent Medicines Hoods SiirsapnrillM Dr Smiths Kidney Tonic Dr Kilmers Swamp Root for the Kidneys Stewart Dyspepsia Tablets Soda Mint Tablets etc including manv other nostrum that did me no good Now I wish I could get all the world together so I could tell them how I was healedand especially my friends in Madison county that I have been a terrible sufferer for these six years past from tho crown 01my head to the sole of my feet My Stomach Liver and Kidneys were in an nwful condition my nervous system was completely broken down with lost vitality and manhood I was confined to my room most of the time My phvkicians as gmid as they have in any country treated me faithfully with hut little or no benefit Some of them told me I could not get well Hove my Physicians they did all they could for rnoV ButMlie drugs would only alleviate for a while as soon as I w ultuittakinytbem the same old thing would to l o gone over with again Everything 1 would eat or drink would give such pain that I would pray to die- I want all that are diseased lobe made WHOLE as I have been These statements aro unsolicited by anyone are only made by me that my friends everywhere and rcpecially in Madison county may go as I haye done and be healed My mind was directed to Irofessors Wilson Kennedy Magnetic Heal ers at Ximtner lintel Hichhiotul Ky where I commenced taking treatment under Tim WoRmer method of Magnetic Healing following it up for 13 dayp without medicin I feel a new man again have no more pain Sometimes I have to pause and think whether it is I or not so far am I from pain and nut fertiif Before I took this treatment I whould have to take lots of morphine to trot allY ease or rest Oftentimes my wife had to turn me in bed I AM NOW A WELL MAN It is true lam not btrongasl used to be but I am gaining in strength each day am nearly 53 years of are Anyone by enclosinga 2c stamp ran get a full detail of my case by address ing me at Kingston Madison county Ky N B CREEKMORE They treat any and all diseases without the use of drugs or medicine J ICl 2Ot 31e t Sko1 VJ aEliE happiness by getting one of our lip STOVES OR RANGEST t ij For heating or cooking we can please you bLllS parlor dining room or kitchen we have rLthe latest i gg HEzVTMAKING APPARATUS El 3 priceE3LI Is IE you walk toward our store BROSlE H Ea CITARRH CAN BE CURED MURDOCKS CATARRH CURE IT GOES TO EVERY PART SURE SAFE AKD PLEASANT + ForyariIiasthcm1lcslfaterItyoughtreItabIaant1uurvcrre for Catarrh In this endeavor many hundreds of nostrums have been offered to a suffering public and the health of thousands have been completely ruined by taking them these various compounds the wont forms of Dyspepsia Sprays and ointments axe also worthless as it is impossible to reach the a2ected parts in this manner Murdochs Catarrh OUte Is a new and scientific areparatfon and Is to be smoked In S pipe thereby the tums and smoke going over the entire system affected by the disease It allformstime No matter how little yon are aflecteJ dont delay treatment Catarrh comes oftea front tejaasWE ONLY ASK A TRIAL TO CONVINCE MattM to wiy ad4rwe pre pail on receipt of price Put up in Un boxes 100per box MDRDOCK CORE Co treatmentor 30 days Atlanta Gal OV2ly 4 4 f ci4 f 1 T 1 i WMAN SVFFM6E l TICHtE Tug CLIMAX notes with surprise and pleasure the number of petitions for woman suffrage that have boon pre sented to Congress Sixty years ago women were not allowed to vote any where fur anything Too cluinKQ has been gradual and ptu gressive Women have voted in Vyj owing and Utah Territory since lQOj and their present constitutional equali ty in nfl the four States wheie they have full suffrage Is a direct result ot its practical workings in the two Territor lea wliich have since become States In Wyoming Colorado Utah and Idaho women have now by constitutional guarantee perfect political equality with men And what especially en couraging and significant in woman suffrage States women habitually vote in all elections in a larger ratio to their number than do the men while the men also vote in larger ratio than in tho Eastern States where women are still disfranchised Moreover the change is bo satisfactory in its results that lit one dreams of taking steps in the opposite direction On the con trary women are elected members of the State Legislatures and in some cases Mayors of cities and State Su perintendents of Public Instruction- In one State Kansas women have and very generally exercise full mu nicipal suffrage- In two States Montana and Louisi ana women have the right to vote up on all questions submitted to the tax payersIn States women have the right to vote on school questions or in the choice of school trustees In Wyoming and Colorado where women have full suffrage they vote more generally than do tho men In school elections as a rule women take little part unless In cases where local issues have aroused special interest In Oregon woman suffrage amondment has been submitted and will be voted on next June In Louisiana last year the women of New Orleans by their efforts and votes carried an appropriation for improved sewerage and a pure water supply But the growth of public sentiment has been still greater as shown in legal educational Industrial and social changes The statutes giving married woolen larger rights to personchildren property earning and inheritances amount to a revolution In seven States women now have an equal guardianship of children with their husbands in most of the States the barbarous inequalities of the old Eng lish Common Law havo been modified or repealed Seventyfive years ago no college or professional school admitted women today twothirds the colleges and universities of the United States including every State university west of Ohio are open alike to men and women Thousands of women are col lege graduates hundreds are regularly ordained ministers scores are practic jug lawyers Women are actually en gaged in a variety of trades and pro fessions which require skill aud intelligence antI are no longer compelled to marry for a support They have se cured the right ot public speech lor tnerly denied them They are a potent factor in literature They are writers for the press editors and reporters of newspapers Seveneights of all our teachers are women They are organ ized in clubs better still they unite with men in many associations literary artistic reformatory social and political They play golt and ride tho bicycle In short their emancipation ie already half accomplished A siiuiUr progress is observable in all Englishspeaking countries In New Zealand South Australia and the Isle of Man women have full suffrage on the same terms as men In England Scotland and Ireland unmarried women and widows have full municipal sot frage III the provinces of Canada the women have municipal suffrage rights Never before in ihe worlds history has so radical and beneficent a reform in human relations been so rapidly and quietly accomplished F B Thirkield Health Inspector of Chicagosays Kodol Dyspepsia Cure liIiiIyItdigests what you eat and cures Indigos tion heartburn and all forms of dyspepsia Perry Thomas George Cobb of Louisville supposed to have been buried last November surprised his family last Monday when he walked into the house hale and hearty He said he had been in Allen county Ohio since he left Louisville about the middle of October On Nov ember 1 the corpse of a man was found in tho woods near there and though badly decomposed it was identified by Mrs Cobb as that of her husband The family had the remains buried and mourned over them In the French army the mortality from typhoid fever is about 12 in 10 000 in the German armyit is as low as 1 or 2 per 10000 The lower mortality of the German army is doubtless due to the fact that an order of a government authority addressed any municipal au thority is immediately carried out so that an impure water supply must soon be replaced by a better one On the other hand many of the French mu nicipalities are indifferent to the responsibilities iiiiIIItWITH BRAINS SIR A great artist was once asked what he mixed his pigments with to obtain such wonderful effects I His reply was i1 With brains flsirP v This would be the realn- nSVetto hundreds of peo ple who are alt Ule time what l Dr Pierces medicines are nixed with to produce such marvelous cures These medicines are the result professionaleducation pIes of makna mcdka and Qf the ho man physiology IH health and disease practicalexperience andhaowkdge AustinLonokenperiuirhrrlletblsf01thCthe ameaSlctiosiefsttd wilh out family hlJohandromptelelrhto Golden Medi Plisisntlc11ets thathasailing women as Dr Pierces FaYorite ilKthateminent specialists ill this rliCulur pncticelanywomanmarwr chargeDr great tbouMndpaf CotH tfoeocbtJta4- ait hok AIi liwoe ife Mate Strset MM JfY s TIT youngwoe are completely prostrated for a MANY jratpf every Jaonth by menstrual sufferings terrors menstruation overshadovr their w lives How needessikis kxi most cases is shown by the thousands of eratef utletters constantly coming to MrS Pinkham at Lynn Mass from women she has helped Miss JoIn SAUL Dover Mich writes Mfollows to Mrs Pinfcham il suffered untold agony cv ry nthand couldgetnore1ief until I tried your medicine your letter of ad vice and a few bottles of Lydia E finkham Vegetable Compound have made me the happiest woman alive I shall bless you as long as I live Pain leaves mark Faces become and thin Features grow and haggard The of is Herexperiencok CURE FOR CONSUMPTION tFrom San Francisco Examiner A new cure for consumption is an nounced this time by a French physi clanDr Mendel Briefly his method is to pour into the sufferers lungs fra grant olisthe oil of cinnamon and of thymeThe department of state published this month a report from At well of Roubaix which he had been specially instructed to obtain on his new treatment Mr Atwefl states that Dr Mendel has but lately announced to the profession the results ot irIs experiments and that they are attracting great attention among the profession in Europe It has been known for some time that the germs of tuberculosis are destroy ed by exposure to air saturatedwith the oils of wintergreen rosemary peppermint sweet majoram thyme ger anium lavender cucalpytus etc and attempts have been made with various atiolUizersated with healing oils in contact with the lining membrane of the inflamed lungs But it was recognized that a closer contact than that afforded by atomizers was desirable and for some tune it has been the practice to give these oils by tho stomach in the hopjT that byabsprption by tho blood they would be given off againeliminated- as the doctors call itthrough the lungs thus coming in contact with the injured tissue Strange as it may seem this roundabout method produced com paratively good results and much creosote is now given to consumptives with just that object in view But now Dr Mendel has systematiz ed the matter He does not content himself with dropping a few drops hit or miss but by experiment has dodd ed upon a mixture of the oils of thyme eucalpytus and cinnamon mixed with five times the amount of sterlilized olive oil although this formula is sub ject to some variation according to the needs of the case Then to insure the placing of the medicine in the right place he usesa syringe of a new de signa dainty nickelplated affair with a barrel holding about a teaspoonful of oil and a long curved beak or nozzle And in this nozzle and its use lie the wonder of the whole plan Dr Mendel is not satisfied topour oil into the back of the mouth and trust to some of it finding its way Into the breathing apparatus He introduces the long nozzle of his little syringeno larger than 4 slate pencilback through the mouth pass the tonsils and down over the curve at the back of ones tongue Thai is as far as one can see in a mirror Then when the little door oyer the larnyx the opigottis that food from going the wrong way opens he the tip of the nozzle In and empties the syringe This isrepeated 3 or 4 times consecutively Dr Mendel irt his report to the Jour nal des Praticiens says The patient who feels the solution trickling intd his lungs experiences an agreeable sensation of warmth and does not cough a If the whple solution is success fully injected into the trachea the patient experiences the sense of warmth If on the contrary a portion is spilled on the epigottis and in the mouth of the larnyx a certain quantity returns to the mouth and bespits it out but I affirm that he does not cough The result that Dr Mendel claims iir the cases where he has used this new treatment are simply marvelous With patients in the first stages of the disease from eight days toa month of treatment relieved and even stopped the cough and expectoration Strength sleep and appetite also return The treatment is slower in some cases than in others but it is alway effective And after three months without treat mont the patients who were in the first stage of the disease continue in good condition PreveNted a Tragedy Timely information given Mrs George Long of New Btritsville Ohio prevent ed dreadful tragedy and saved two lives A frightful cough had long kept her awake every night She had tried many remedies and doctors but steadily grew worse until urged to try Dr Knigs New Discovery One bottle wholly cured her and she writes this marvelous medicine also cured Mr Long of a severe attack of Pneumonia Such cures are positive proof of the matchless mont ot this grand remedy for curing all throat lung and chest troubles Only 60c and 100 Every bottle guaranteed Trial bottle free at Perry Thomas dru store6Wit without sense is a rnsor wIthOut a handle February 1518 the Nineteenth An YoungMensCtrialCbvinjttoji A strong program has been arranged by tha executive com mittee i lLThSehina COllihCure reaadPLMeoti i1eoldcr hiecliiti and tftroMMil Je u hiaS r r TfeMBM u HAGGARD FACES OF WOMEN MISS LOSA ilEXDlUJ LaO W Cleveland writes Ave Canton 0 DEAR MRS fINKHAM Four years ago I hadalmost given up hope of everbe ing well again t was afflicted with those 1 dreadful headache spells 1 which would sometimes I last three or four days i11 Also had backache bear q ingdown pains leucor rhcea dizziness and terri ble pains atmonthly periods confining me to my bed After reading so many testi monials for your medicine I concluded to try it 1 began fJto pick up after taking first bottle and have gainLT1 like a different woman I can recommend Lydia p E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound in highest terms to all sick women its pale sharp stamp suffering un Consul keeps shoves THE COLSONSCOTT TRAGEDY AT FRANK FORT fAddltional particulars omitted fromlast weckl The battle occurred shortly after the noon hour while the great dining room of the hotel was filled with guests and the lobby crowded with politicians leg islators and attendants upon the ad ministration contest eases and it is not to be marveled at that only three or four of the sixteen shots failed of lodgment in a human being so dense was the crowd about the combatants ExCongressman David G Colson of Middlesboro was seated inside and to the left of the front door of the hotel when Lt Ethelbert Scottof Somerset and Capt Ben Golden of Barbourville entered by an opposite door Instantly a pistol duel ensued and when the smoke cleared away thefollowing inventory was taken Scott dead with six holes through his head neck back and hips Luther Demaree assistant postmaster at Shelby ville dead shot twice through the heart Charles Julian farmer of Franklin county wounded in both legs from which he shortly died of loss of blood Col Col son 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 Chicago drummer light leg broken in two places was knocked down nod trampled upon by principals and bystanders The tragedy was the result of the shooting of Cohen by Scott last March at Anniston Ala just after Col Col sons regiment the Fourth Kentucky was mustered out of commission Scott who was a Lieutenant a nephew of Governor Bradley and Very popular with the men jucurred the Colonels displeasure by alleged insubordination and lie was courtmartialed and dis missed The men of the regiment pro tested so violently that influences set to work audScott was reinstated This only promoted the illfeeling between Col Colson and Scott and their mutual hatred culminated in a pistol fight in a restaurant in Anniston the day after the regiment was disbanded Scott was waSdangerjooslyon his right side Remembering this fa titis remarkable how with palsied right hand and a shattered left arm he had the nervefind strength to use his pistol as witnesses all agree Col Colson Jn this condition pursued Scott Who was then all but dead down a flight ol stairs to the basement putting four anlllbackpistol in both hands as hefired Scott fell headlong to the basement and Col son stepped over his body and once to his lodging house a block awayI where he surrendered Col Colspn is in jail at Frankfort at tended by physicians He is in a jad way The city papers are authority for the following statement It is the opinion of mott men whc have seen him since his confinement Dave Colson is not long for this world His nervous system seems to be break lug down rapidly and another attack of paralysis is feared and naturally jill incarceration is bound to have a serious effect upon a man in his condition anti the danger of lockjaw or blood poison In not past Even if he recovers he will probably be a helpless cripple as his left arm will be still and twisted and his right silo is already helpless from the paralytic shock Wer8 it not for Colsone grit he would be anoLject of profoundest pity but his nerve keeps him up Even whienpartiyehirousbe- does not speak of the triple tragedy in which his pistols played so promi nent and so deadly part VolcaHicEnipti B3 Are grand but Skin Eruptions rob 10IBiunsrBest Pile cure on earth ijriVes out Pains and Aches Only 23 cents a box Cure guaranteed Sold by Perry Thomas Drnggests c r The second of the searching Mormon stories now running in tho Jbpplnuott magazine appears in tbeijFtjbniHry number It is called A Stat e of Zion In the Wilderness and Jill Mrs J K Hudson gives tliepietnreefa chaste household far from Salt ittke City which was heartlessly broken up by ttiernauclata of tim head t f tllfe church plurulptrriagethEnlni8bandwas mferioflary while the wife andjchildren Wlroottraclz diMiiinteCoughCure rippeThcrjsa Jailingreoledybronchitis pneumonia ri lf and throat ami Twig ti ubles Its lirly use Otiybra1tL Perry kThowa 9dicresee U- 4L 1WlIra = = IU Jr iJv 1J Ill 11111 THAT KTWCtl MCt Col WillIam Jennings Bryan pleads guilty to thq soft impeachment that lie was the victim ian Imitation panther hunt in Texas but ho enters an emphatic denial to the charge that lIe and exGovernor Hogg of Texas were the star jockeys in an ostrich race says the Lexington Leader Mr Bryan tells the story of theostrich race as fol lows I an in the position of that Western Congressman who Jiad not been in Washington Song before a tale came back to his district that he had tried to blow out the electric light in his hotel room and set his watch by the clock like cash register in the street car When he was confronted with the charges on his return home ho exclam bd I will admit that I tried to blow out tha electric light but Ill be gol darned if I tried toeet my watch by the cash register So with me Ill admit that I hunted a panther hut Ill be Igoldarned if I tiled to ride an ostrich I That panther hunt os a most ladylike affair anti no one enjoyed the jike more than the panther dill No hunter was hurt the horses wore not hurt and the pantherwas not hurt After we had hunted him he was led to his cage again We do nut hunt like the jut parialist to kill something and when- I go out hunting to bag game I always hunt Republicans That ostrich story was a clever one It has been built up with all styles of architecture ever since it started They had Gov Hog falling off his feathery steed and know just where the ostrich kicked liiiii They also have located the placewhere the ostrich kicked me audio prove the story they will show the two ostriches Like the panther hunt it was a good joke Hylers Dyspepscja Tablets pleasant easy to lake and give permanent re lief 30 days treatment Mailed on receipt of price MURDOCK CURE Co novSOly Atlanta Ga RELIGIOUS The Christian church y ar book reports in Kentucky Churches 830 membership 109000 Only onethird of the churches report any gills to ferelgn missions The state board this year will endeavor to increase largely the number of contributing churches The churches which led in giving to foreign missions last year were Cyu thiana 175 Danville Slim Frankfort ft1482 Harrodsburg 10045 Hrfpkins yihe 207 Lancaster SI00 Lexington Broadway 28556 Lexington Central 430 Louisville Broadway 100 Louisville First GOO Mayfleld 200 Mt Sterling 124 Jsicholasvillo 12505 Paducah 100 Paris 100 Providence Brannon fiCO Rich mond 176 Winchester 150 Pastor J W Tyler of the Presbyte nan church at Lawrenceburg has resigned to accept a position with Central University Richmond as the Financial Agent for the institution The greater part of his time will be occupied in looking after the interests of the Uni versity in the field soliciting funds for the endowment and securing students It is with a great reluctance that his congregation hero give hIm up as he has been to them a very faithful and efficient pastor Since his pastorate began the church has prospered as it had never done before and its condition now is the best in its history In addition to paying oil a debt of several hundred dollars the congregation has greatly improved its house of worship anti built a manse Mr Tyler will close his labors here with the fourth Sunday in this month and assume his new duties at once It is not known who will succeed him =Anderson News Size dosnt indicate equality Beware of counterfeit and worthless salve of fered for De Wilts Witch Hazel Salve DeWitts is he only original An in fallible euro for piles and allskin diseases Perry Thomas A report comes frOnt the Rolling Fork section of Casey county that gold has been found in paying quantities on a farm owned by a poor man and that foreigners have offered him 100000 for the place All of which should be taken with a gritn of 8UIInterior Journal t Amos Kendall died at Bowling Green without making any statement in refer ence to the murder of Eugene Cassell other than a mere denial of his guilt An examination of his body failed to 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