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I i1 It J ir 1r j 17 fs THE RICHMOND CLIMAX t i I VOLUME 26 t r i RICUMD MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JANUARY 17 1900 NUMBER 33 1PROFESSIONAL CARDS AttOlUTEYS R E ROBERTS ATTORN EYATLA W- mCHMONDEENTUOKY JomceonrCllniaxOmcewllh Jas B Mc Ireary S Street u RW MILLER ATTOBKYATLAw RICHMOND KBSTCCKT Office in the Burnam Building next door tonnes National Bank feb3ly SCLLrV NJA oiNiVArLAWI- UCEIMOND KENTUCKY Office over Taylors Hardware store op pnfit onMain Street 11 B HOGG ATTORNEY AT LAW jliniMOND KENTUCKY Office No 13 First St up stairs 31 30 J C DlI OHENAULT ATTORNEYS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen anlts grocery W R LETCHER A tto1neya t Law KinisiosD KENTUCKY Office with T J Smith Jr over Ovington Mitchella T C Uowry AitorneyatLaw M berley Building Richond Ky PHYSICIANS Oils GIBSON GIBSON PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON RICHMOND KENTUCKY Otfice in the Joe CcJinj building iS and ao Sec end Street over Wnue old drugstore 27 CHAS HOOKER- I ETERINAR Y SURGEON Graduate Ontario Veterinary College Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty OSOffice up stain over store recently accu Richmond Harness Co East St Richmond Kyapr71y ll C JASPER M D Medicine and Surgery Oftce rrathcr Building Main Street Telephone IU reiiilence the Carr pUce on Broadway KiciiMoxn KENTUCKY EVANS 1DGW PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON RICHMOND KENTUCKY DR T J TAYLOIt Practitioner in Mediant and Surgery RICHMOND KENTuCKY BViOSBce and residence on Second Street DENTAL U3IYc0b3o1t DT a DENTIST OF LooisviLLB KY jOfflce next door to Government Building UichuiSod Ky Office houraV to 121 to to novl7ly Dl FRED SMITH DEN lIST irgOffice over Collins Grocery same office lately occupied by Dr W W Burgtn Janl2ly Dr Louis II Landman No Went Ninth Street Cincinnati Ohio will be at the Hotel Zimmer Richmond Ky on WEDNESDAY JAN 10 1900 returning every second Wednesday o each month Reference every physician of Rich monO Ky fehl6ly Dr R Goldstein The Optic Specialist 3 of No Ml Fourth Arenne Lonlsvlllc otn be at the Ojyndon JloteX Richmond THURSDAY JANUARY 24 returning one day each month Eyes exam med and glasses scientifically adjusted S42 WOUTII OK PilESmS For 50c worth of work We arc giving away watclioc blcvcla rawiiiK lOa cliincH puns Ac c to introduce our imper PASTIM Eo a highclass illustrat ell family paper of from 16 to 32 Jarge IKIKPH 01 to 128 oilutrnsn Chic Good Stories fjleratufo Art Humor Letters of Travel in Forieirii land e c Ami all you have Uitloto get 42 worth of presents is to pit 20 subscribers at lOc each Send 10cin stamps for full parliciilnrs long lit of presents and lit paper PASTIME for6 months AJilrcss TilE PASTIME Co Louis ville Ky WONDEUKUL DISCOERY Not only cures but keeps well Is sold by an organized company of re sponsible business men and has endorsement of thousands of Clergymen and noted people throughout the coun try We ppeak of that wonderful In strument Elect ropoise and ask your careful examination into the cures it has wrought Col A Punally of the InterOcean Chicago writes early three years experience with Electropoise only confirms the truth of your claims I pav my friends that this instilment is a most wonderful In vention filth I would not partjvlth mine if I could get another Send address for onr hoot Rives letters from people who have been cnreil tlY Elec tropoiso ELECFROP01SE CO 513 Fourth Avenue Loylsvilio Ky ept 27lyr hn nk U Balm Time of Trains at Winchester gy WESTBOUND Sit Sterling and Lexington Accom a 55 a xn Eastern for LoJlsvlUe 7 30 am Morehead and LeTlngtoo Accorn 800p 4NewyorLtm1ted FF V 4 pn EAST BOUND Lcxinton and dorehetd nD am NewlorkUmltedlFV 11158im Iflxinrton and Mt Acoom a 30 pm Washington Express pm Accommodation tralntr run dally except Site day Other trains run daily Through sleeping ted dining car service to New York For information rates or sleeper reservation caB OB or writ X HOOD Agent LWR7 Riclunoad Xr or OBOBQK W BARNEY SIAQ Ur ljfI IIf h i i County Court flays Paris Bourbon county first Monday Mon eountyrstdayLexington Fayett county second MondayStanford Lincoln comiyr second Mon dayGeorgetown Scott cotnrty third Monday Danville Boyle county tbmt Sfpntlay- Kicholasvillo Jesramiue cnnaty third Monday Winchester Clark county iourth MondayVersailles woodford county fourth Monday IT IS NO BURDEN when a PIANO or ORGAN is pur chased Lere Our cystetn of easy payments enables any one to en joy the music of 1tc ttSttkttS without depriving themselves of necessary comforts One of these INSTRUMENTS would make a superb HOLIDAY PJR12SENT Why not come in and Icok at these special bargains BARDING RIEHM H G KENT AGENT RICHMOND KY Our Goods AND HOur Compel you to trade with us when you giveus a trial FIt- h3B1 ffi 3 ID IDn mID nv WnPJl llJDo The ladies cannot be deceived by catchy phrases nor bombastic claims All we have to say is w6 buy in the best markets of the wQrld select the la test goods and when you buy you know you have the latest uptodate goods Is that what you want If so trade with hIteANDGIbsOfltS- ALESIAN WANTED Enclose Stamp for Particulars Will straighten curly and kinky hair without Injury to the scalp Qr hnlr PRICE 500TS PER BOX ANTI= KINJK Endorsed by the United States Health Report DARn GH RICH New York 80th 3IaNuracrvnnas anS12w ++ ++ CALL AT + + ++ If SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found in the city are dispensed by upto late and accommo dating clerks Oennise Saratoga Water Kept OB Tap ssssssss Phone 3 Second St RIOILJJOITD n TO fLOEIDADO- UBLE DAILY PAST TRillS VIA THESOUTHERI RAILWAT Forthe jresent Winter SeagonTHESOUTH EBJi RAILWAY with connection nlnJ the most schedules UifODlharler vice and thansportatlon anangeuent genera ly every offered tothe travel to Southern Be sorts DOUBLEDAILTr TRAINS from Cincinnati and Louisville with the Queen Crescent Route via Chattanooga Jeaup and The Plant System THROUGH SLSEPINQCAE from Cincin nati to Jacksonville with convenient connec tion from Loulsvllleivia RnCxvlileAibeviile- and Savs the Scenic Route through the MountainS of Western North Caru lInTh Lend of the Sky Also through from St Louis to Jacksonville in connection with the Ii B ft Bt L Railroad Air Line via Louisville and through leepingcar from Kicnsns City to Jacksonville via 0 F BI1J Railroad In with THE SOUTHERN KAII WAY via nttmlDllhamAtIn Jesup and The Plant The fact Kansas City Jacksonville LImited only thirtyeight hours from Kaatu City to Jacksonville All of UnectiDIr lines sell throuth- Winter Escurelontlckete via Tilt SOUTH BEN RAILWAY to the Resorts o Florida and the South apv schedules booklets and JnTotmaUon mailed tree to any address by J O nUIlJa N W P AtIO Adams St Chicago UK C4BA1ao- Tray Pr Aengt LonisTillo Ky W A Tour aeipssrAgen4Wabington D 0 i T11Ie Ky r 0 t DEMOCRATIC TICKET ANNOUNCEMENT r FOB cocair JariAUt1ELVANAUGU ct to the action of the Democratic Patty yBURNto the action of the Democratic Party We are authorized to announce D n TEVIS acandldate for County Clerk subject to the action of the Democrat party We are authorized to anwmnce M M subJectWe are authorized to announce JESSE subjecttoFOB miKszrr PWAGERScountysubJect to thi j tsaanao the Democraticparty WBALLARDDemocraticpartyWe are aetii rl led to announce rrA IN lBonrountyparty Weareanthori redto announce P IJBnOXDDUB a candidat a tor SherJnOt Madison eotntv subject to the a jtfonofttae Comwjrtiie tatty won ASsxsBon We are autb orbed to mnounee SOB OLD Mrdlsoncountysnbjccratic party We are a ntfcorieed to Trawwnce JAS L MadlsooCountytlucratic part we are aLbnrIzed te n onnee GEORGE Madisoncountyparty to announce O W ofMadirDemo aaicPM1i1 DUNNofubeet to the action of the Democratic party son JAILBB JAMESCLACKEYf xvmty subject to the action of the Democratic jarty GPARRISIIcounty subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce JACK ROSS a candidate for Jailer of Madison county for theDemocratic PERKINSaction of the Democratic party e MY OLD KENTUCKY HOME An old Favorite Modernized The sun shines bright on my old Kentucky home The voters are boozy and gay The rye is ripe Vad the Bourbon ts in bloom And thetgtin makes music all the day The rfooc ul vises to kiss the waiting mouth And the upturned eyes gladly play On the soft blue skies of the sunny sunny South- InullyoltI Kentucky home far away Pata shirt of mall underneath your Sunday coat Wear an armor plate under your vest That is the safest way when the negro goes to TOte And the white man is there to protest 01 theres gay old times when the election comes around Thorcs music to liven the day heaextons spade stabs the Dart and Bloody Ground I In my old EentucVy home far away The black smoke pours from the chimney of the EtUI The fragrance of corn taints the breeze It rises up till the tears of angels spill And the man in the moon has to sneeze The red Juice shines in the bottle on the shelf The nnbeams around it at play When your throat gets dry pull the cork and help yourself IB my old Kentucky home far away The feud man hides in the corner of the fence And waits for a shot at his foe That foemans soul goes a kiting to thebene To the land where they dont shovel snow The coroner comes to investigate the death And ags up comfortably gay And the verdict says tbat lie died for want of breath In my old Kentucky home far away Weep no more my lady Weep no more today For things have changed in my old Kentucky home In my old Kentucky home far away how NEBRASKAS SENATOR MADE HIS GREAT ENDURANCE SPEECH OF 24 HOURS On Christmas day the United States Senate was graced by the presence of William Vincent Allen easily the foremost of Populist statesmen and the greatest endurance speaker overheard in the halls of Congress His huge massively built form is a familiar sight on the floor and in the corridors of the Senate and ho is wellknown to the newspaper men as one of the most gracious and kindly of the members of the Millionaira Club lIe has an opinion on any subject of popular interest end is always willing to express iU He talks frankly and candidly and has never acquired the Roosevelt habit He never denied an interview and never backtracked on a public utterance His opinions moreover always carry weight as he is undoubtedly one ot tbe best Informed men in the Senate and and one of the most intellectual Allens return to the Seriate will meet with public approval of the people of his own State and except for politi cal objectionswiU be unanimously in domed ly his fellow Senators Ho has Hidden BeautyI- n Egypt the custom is for Princesses to hide their beauty covering the lower part of the face with a veil In America the beauty of many o our women is hidden because of tbc weakness ant sickness pew liar to the sex If the Egypt ian custom pre vailed in thi country Iflflfl- 3uffererswoult be glad ti cover thei cz prematu their unnealth complexion from the eyes of the world with the veil of the Orie- ntfiradfields Female Regulatoi brings out a womans true beauty It makes her strong and wen in those organs upon Which her whole genera health depends It corrects all men strual disorders It topsthe drain of Leucorrbcea It restores the woml Iits place It removes tilE causes of headitcllebackacheanen- ervousness It takes the poor debilitated weak haggard fadinj woman and puts her oa ker fee again making her face beautiful ty Making her body well DniflchU Ittfor SI eh- Htar ptr tttt tllustr ted book IorWCMII r uar 1 t ri r Poyntertof M L Hay ward and will serve until LegIgatrein The most impressive thing abut Al CySullowayot the House From Vermont Allen is all bone and muscle He would win out on tiny championship game that could be devised mnonp the members of the two Hordes calling for athletic skill and strength Sulloway tIme Ver tallhutwould not remain in any sort of contest with Altai for ten seconds The bst IcmonRtrotlpn eergiven of Altea s marvelous powers of endurance ww his twentjourhours speech in tho Senate Tho bill to repeal the Sherman law was before time Senate and Allen was among those fighting it tooth and nail methodsbadof the bill were worn out and ready to surrender when Allen rame to the front with his famous oratorical effort that lasted over twenty four hours Ho spelled the champion talkers who were worn out and incapable of further effort and the respite gained through IllsublS talk enabled them to rally their forces and get in order for a renewed attack on the bill The scenes in the Senate during the time Allen was talking resembled those in Madison Square Garden while one of the old time six day races was on Advocates and opponents of tho bill were lying around the Senate chamber all night curled up on sofas sleeping un easilv in chairs and on improvised couches and ready at a moments notice to respond to a call for a quorum It was not believed possible that Al len could talk for more than six hours at most and its was known the friends of silver were unable to throw a man in to take Allens place jn that time Everything looked hopeful for the bill and the silver men were despondent Allen sent a hasty message to his helpers however that he would hold the floor for two days if necessary and while this was regarded as a bluff it was known that he could keep on his feet for a goodly while and every ef fort was made to get the silver forces in order for a sortie Allen began his speech late in the afternoon talked all the rest of that day At midnight he drank a cup of bouillon ate a piece of pie and called for a pot of coffee Then he started in again and talked until daybreak with out a pause He then ate nine raw eggs drank more coffee and lookup tile thread ot his argument During all this time no one had fol lowed him or paid the slightest atten tion to what he was saying with the exception of the poor sleepyeyed stenographers w1io1J d tof ilo llUllonlt as hewastalkingIn gallery a few drowsy correspondents kept watch waiting for something startling to develop The Senate employes slept anywhere they could aud yearned for a chance to go home At noon tho next day Allen was still talking with no apparent intention to stop The silver men had by this time straightened out their game and were ready for a new assault on the bill Allen was told that ho might slap on the breakes at any thou but sent word back to the leaders that a speech of such stupendous proportions needed a properly built peroration and when he started in upon this with the state inenttNOW Mr President a low words in couclUBlonlio spoke Just four hours and forty minutes He sat down without any evidence of exhaus tion and was apparently ready to carry out his threat to talk two days Senator Allen was ordinarily a man of kindly nature and gentle in an era but on one occasion when he became aroused in Washington it is of rcoNI that he declared the most rough house ever known in the tional capitol He could toss an ordi nary man through the air as though be were a pillow and could go through a crowd like the grace of God through a camp meeting This reputation was his also in the west where weaklings Ire not admired A Lire and Death Fight Mr VA Hines of Manchester Ia writing of his almost miraculous escape from death says Exposure after measles induced serious lung trouble which ended in Consumption I had frequent hemorrhages and coughed night and day All my doctors said I must die Then I began to use Dr Kings N discovery tor Consumption which completely cured mo I would not bo without it even if it t500a bottle Hundreds have used it on my recommendation and all say it never falls to cure ThroatfChest and Lung troubles Regular size SOc and 100 Trial bottle free at Perry Thomas i drug store 4 In the battle of Gapote river which Gen Lowton said was the hottest fire he had ever been uuder his little son was by his side and preserved the same coolness as his JatherA bullet struck the sand squarely between the boys feet and threw up the dust He looked down and exclaimed with a twinkle in his eye Papa that was a hoptoad Te CurlS a Old in liRe bay Take Laxative Brqmo Quinine Tablets Itfallsnature is on each box oct256tn Senator Harrels sin in the eyes of the Honest Election rascals seems to be instead of delivering the goods the purchaser he delivered the briber into the bands of the law There are more of them beside Whallea who should be brought to Justice Uynthi ana Times The Apatite ttCaiMt Is envied by all poor dyijwptka whost Stomach and Liver are out of order All such should know that Dr King New Life Pills the wonderful Stomacl and Liver Iteaiedy giv t 4 pient3j- dappetite sound dlgesUoH jiwjcl a rega tar bodily habit ttEnees prfeft health aBdMl t e 6ffy Qly f4Id yDjfijifi Ti 4 3 7T YOUE JFASSIOK3 Some gay and novel schemes are Introduced into trimmings Embroidery on evening gowns continues us much in favor as ever A ball gown of banana colored toilk is covered with tulle of the same shade embroidered in flowers and outlined with gold and tiny silver pailletIes The introduction of every pay trim iiiiiiKB into dark cloth gowns is very fetchingA departure of the season is black coats and costumes for little girls They ale delightfully relieved by bright trimmings Best Coehow a Smart school costumrt of black camels bair serge with plain skirt and jacket with revers collar and cuffs of bright red cloth further made chic by rows of white or black soutache braid A very stylish long coat is of light gray cloth with flare collar of sable No sort of gown is more becoming to a graceful woman of time dainty type than one of white lace with black vel- Vet girdle Cold and jewelled embroideries are used on all the light colored crepes but on black gUt gold and silver are considered most stunning Nowadays a hat to match the silk satin or velvet facing the revors of a dark cloth costume is worn Great care should bV exercised in wearing gray Unless it be becoming it accentuates sallownesa and all facial lines ENELYN CABLE saysKodolthan anything I ever took It digest what you eat and can not help but cure dyspepsia and stomach troubles Per ry x SEMIANNUAL STATEMENT OF SOUTHERN INVESTMENT CO Of LEXINGTON KY It is with pleasure that we present to our Certificateholders our last Semi Annual statement It will be seen from this the rapid strides the company has made during time last year One ear ago we had nsassetsbut little over 50000 while today we have over 95000 almost double time amount we had one year ago One year ago we had only about 10000 cup ns in force while today we have 19000 and we have paid certlficnteh lders a sum total of over 20500000 One year ago we had but little business outside of Kentucky while today we number among our investors some of the best business men in nearly every State in the Union It is a wellknown fact that the prob hew of securing first class agents and representatives Is one of the hardest with which the management has to contend During this period we have largely increased our agency force and have materially raised the standard ot the class of men who are representing us throughout the country It has ai- wa s been our aImos cure the best class orTepresentattves pos i6Te mcn who will sell the stock on its merits and will not resort to any means to sell it upon misrepresentations Our certificateholders we are glad to say during the period have heartily cooperated with usin helping to secure new business This has aided us ma terally in makingthe splendid progress that we have made and we sincerely thank them for the efforts they have made in our behalf A SMITH BOWMAN Sec Size dosnt indicate equality Beware of counterfeit aud worthless salve of fered for DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve DeWitts is the only original An in fallible cure fot piles and all skin diseases Perry Thomas KENTUCKY COMEDY OF ERRORS f From the Polk County NewsJ There is a story of a young lady who was much admired and courted by a young mat who one kissed her against her will It madertier furious and she indignantly exclaimed If you dare kiss me again Ill tell my father She meant it but be took it for the UHtial feminine bluff of such occasions aud repeated the dose on the spot She ran out of the room to the back porch whereber father had just finished oil Ing his gun But by the time she arrived there she found out she waant as mad as she thought she was and hatching up an excuse for sudden appearance said Papa go in and show Mr Blank your goneHe Is a great authority on birds and guns I I will said the father who is an enthusiastic sportsman and be made for the parlor gun in hand When her father entered the parlor that young man didnt even walt to say goodbye nor was he particular about his mauner or place of exit He broke through thi window and fetruck a speed he thought rould distance the gun as wel111s tho old man It was with difficulty the father cor nered him a few days later and explained then its a month later before the girl could persuade him she had not intended practical joke But he mollified nowand goes to see her and maybe repeats the microbe doses but she dont tell papa any more LADIES For relief of women Chester Tansy Tablets worth their weight in gold A safe and certain monthly regulator 1 a box MCBDOCK CURE Co nov29 iy Atlanta Ga By a misplaced comma a paper in Greesley county Kansas raised a dickens ot a row It salt Two young men from Leoti went with their girls to Tribune to attend the teachers institute and as soon as they left the girls got drunk The comma e100goo after time girls J I Bevry Loganton Pa writes I ala willing to take my oath that J was cured of entirely l j the use ot One Minute Cough Cure after doctors failed It cured mj children wltoophlgcou Qnickl relieves cures coughs coldscroup grippe and throat sail lung troubles Children all like it Mothers endora it Perry Thomas Whalleit scears he did and them swears bo didnt Barrel swears In did TWB afsinst OBO and one tlmeeu istfcf Jjy Okl fox himself Writ iliH 40ek Cur Co Attain Ga enc aieeg ic iLamp Per frse apl- ol lmUrd4ek Ceitrrh Car Lor Hyler Pr l f They ppopoe imps er7IN 4 Cwr Pyapopile ltPvJ1 POTTER ON PHILIPPINES FILIPINOS CAN BE CONQUERED AND SCAT TERE fUT JUSTICE CANNOT BE LITEKATED FROM THEIR HEARTS Special Cable the New York Herald and WorldHerald MANILA Dec 16Bisimop henry C Potter rof New York makes for the NewvYork Herald this exclusive signed 6tatementpflii8 views the present sltualin In the Philippine Islands I It does not require a very protracted stay in the Philippines to enable a traveler to discover that they present today grave and interesting problems both of profit and of peril The mat superficial observation will recognize that time people are agile both mentally and physically and that when intelligent culture good laws and tin inspiration of pure and noble examples have enlightened ordered and quickened them and when capital and enterprise have built railroads and factories opened markets and bound together the tribal isolations and antag onisms in mutual interests large and profitable results are likely to follow so far as commercial interests are concerned Our English and German brethren seem alrealdy to have recognized this and are likely to reap advantages which American capitalists curiously enough thus far have been slow to sieze But these oportunltics for commercial and industrial developments are qualified by the dangers to social order to the integrity of the family and to the mnintainance of the essential equities which grow out of ignorance and su perstition and the unscrupulous exactions of that widereaching and all compassing monastic system which has preyed upon the people The Filipinos can be conquered and subdued by our armies They can be routed and scattered sa far as their military forces are concerned but the instincts of justice in them cannot be be extinguished whether by armies or navies It is te be hoped that it will not be the office of time United States to attempt to extinguishthem These people have been robbed and oppressed by those who in their wrongdoing have shielded themsel yes behind the highest sanctions Their lands which have been taken from them by force and fraud shoilM be restored to them The authority of the United States should stand for that which must forever be the brightest blazon upon her escutcheon for human Ity and justice toward the weakest wards of the republic It is a pleasure to add that the impression that one derives from the as- pct and bearing of our troops in this faraway land is such as to make one altogether proud of them Time conduct and repute of our army compares favorably and creditably with that of any military service of the world May the time sooncome whenrhayinges tablished time more peaceful methods of government by equity they shall be no more needed there HENRY C POTTER G H Appleton Justice of Peace Clarksburg N J says DoWitts Little Early liisers are tIme best pill made for constipation We use no others Quickly cures all liver and bowel troubles Perry Thomas Now that the lion Sam Jones of Ohio isto ron for Congress we venture to suggest to him that if he is successful in breaking in he will find tlioGoldon Rule department of the Congressional Record in a badly rundown condition We refund lOcts for every package of PUTNAM FADE- LESS DYE that fails to give DrugCoSearcy Waco Ky Thomas Adams Panola Ky jn3lm An exchange remarks It is not about time for the organ of the goose bone to republish its forcast that there will be no winter at all that it will be time mildest on record and that there will not be even a touch of cold weath er until away off March probably II Sure c- Qurefar CoilWhen the children ct their feet wet and fake cold give them a hot foot bath a bowl hot drink a deseAyers Cherry Pectoral and put them to bed The chances are will be all right in the fOomlngCon tinue the Cherry Pectoral days until nit cough has disr appearedOld are also cured we mean the coughs of bron chitis weak throats and irritable lungs Even the hard coughs of consumption are always made easy and cured by the continued use of Agersberrg peclorolEvery cherry bark is knows metical science for soothing sad beallag ihfiaaed throats sad lungs CHHI Dr Ayers i Cherry Pectoral I Plasters IW f w Iuig The 1- 11AfJWeeFI We sow kM Mta ot the Mt MItt UnHt elates- BMwCrmertMiMe and loog vxMrl ysIJ9 prcAYFt rr 3 r ifiK if1- Vs1K1 K D I iTbs Leading Specialist of America I 20 YEARS IN OHIO 1 250000 Cur- edWECURESTPJCTURE j Thousands if young rjl ratlulo accil J mon are troubled wiihttiia disease many j SI unconsciously They Bny havu n tmart ins 8cnaticn small nifties ftrcsm I sharp cutting rains at times clisht ill J charge diflically in comuicnciue weak organ emission cni all tlioFrmptonn J of nervous debility they hate SUCH TU11K ont IctlootorHlcTmlnt on you by cutting stretching or tcarirg 14 you J his will JIOtcoro rou na It Till tern Our cv ti1riIIou TIItiAJ I I MET absorb the stricture tissue crmancnllySjno our 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postoffice f troniz Homa Iaoo Insure your dwellings barns and other prop erty in the BLUB QKASS INSURANCE COM PANY 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 becomeamemberofcorapany The cheapest and most reliable company for the people of our county now operating In the Stats and gets cheaper every year falling to oneHalf after the first year jor further information call on their agent and collector ii n B Black attorneyatlaw Richmond Ky olSen on Main Street opposite Court House next door to State Bank Trust Company upstairs JII CABTEB Pres mayttly CC BOSWOKTH Secy 0ITI P1C cne TheUltra35C FOR LADIES ohi FAD IN 1MOW +4++4t + I11zIIoTLsiiorr NewOrean s Best Line to ARKANSAS TEXAS MEXICO f ANn CALIFORNIA PuUmnn Tourist Car loaves Leal dUAl every Thundqnlsh and rmM tferoui WMnPr1lt jUk vewtJcfcet aa mt for p term1e JewlelbrrrIUB faoiaaerAgMl- om X ee VeclfBlnx Cfealr Cars LoaIsv- iIiMek IUewOrJ ALMIW WN A K1LL ti14c A Jrt11 1 a Im= 17 JWcLej tt r r L t a REPAIRING IAv 1tV a- evexact All Work Guaranteed r 2ND STREET RICHMOND KY t r Ir trr re LADIES 5 II I A I V j Frr K t 1LH 61ftrlOur assortment of Ladies Jackets Furs Capes Childrens Wraps of all descrip aV tions We have not the time to describe J4 article but can safely say that we Whave a Stock of Wraps= 3tfk to suit every one and our PRICES the LOWEST on high grade goods andIno other firm in the City can compete It with us We are offering a select line of Jackets at following prices 2242 3oo2 149 6 745 Io t 8 00 Hi1 You will find in this lot a complete assortment colors modled after patterns of recent and made of materials that we can re commend for durable wearin fact such e goods as will please and attract the eye as L well as give entire satisfaction in price You must see these before you have made PT11 up your mind to purchase a wrap 1 See our Tailormade Suits youillthink of buying as it will pay Kik + 4LADIES GENTS AND CHILDREN HOSIERY e j I C The values in this can not be fj resisted TRY US S GENTS FURNISHINGS AND LADIES DRESS GOODS 200 fof Department A SPECIALTY i jIj 1f t f If in want of MILLINERY call and see us we can save you maney It 4 1 Respectfully Submitted to Cask Trade rt EV ELDER AOENT FOR MeCALL PATTERNS 11 She lurel Tljnoiitk RocK The TRUE BLUE Strain Cockerels for sale 100 Trios 500 This completes my 21st year of breeding the one va riety exclusively MRS lif F ARBUCKLE Silver Creek Madison Co Ky J zmoy293mI u +++ + fi uJluuntu rtmI Is what you want in 7 preference to ally tj others Reasons why you should get ffiit and no other It gIves more heat and iiIIE uses less fuel It isW ffibuiltair furnace It has k a large radiating sur face which cireu lates the air rapidly fand heats the rooms tevenly Itisadouble jheater No dirt 5from ashes as it is fficarried away by the j patent ash flue ItMr lifts perfect tiou and to op I ajLrfeet erate The of the outside facing nevcrLburns off and is bright all the year round POI sale by t B llEgi1QMrll z te + MAIN SXREET RICHQND KY j I I h u rl til I The Richmond Climax J C CRENAULTProprietor- A D MILLER Badness Manager C E WOODS Editor WEDNESDAY JAN 17 1905 fUHLIUUEU XVKRY WJtDNKSDAT BT The Climax Printing Co rillCfc I1iR YEAR 150 SUSTAINEDm The CLIMAX foams by telephone niiosago from Sam Dennett to Dr Stewart late yesterdny Hint the Court of Appeals roliiftatcd the Injunction of the Democratic Election CotnmUsion ers ngainst the Taylor appointees which means that the Democratic Board is the legally constituted tribunal for settling the contest for the niinor state olllces HON JAMES B McCiiKAnv presided as toastmaster at the Bryan banquet at Frankfort last night IF tim Populist were excluded from the Democratic party it would not hens large as a good size list Pantograph How largo would the Republican party be without the negroes MRS MARY SETTLE CALDWELl daugh tor of the lato lion Evan B Settle is preparing a memorial scrap book con taming newspaper notices of her late fathers campaign speeches and subsequent death Brethren of the press should send such clippings to Mrs Cnldwoll at Owenlon Ky CONGRESSMAN TOM FITZPATHICK Bern ocrat of the Tenth district baa publicly declared his intention not tobe a candidate for melectlon Among those mentioned probable candidates for the nomination is Judge James M Bonton of Winchester u native of Madison a brainy lawyer and upright citizen fully able to uphold the repu tntiun of Kentucky in tho halls of Cpngrees HuiiKis where patriotism and parti sanship will he tested and displayed Congressman Pearrc of Maryland has introduced a bill for the suspension of tariff duties upon imports when their sale or manufacture is monopolized anti providing fr a commission on foreign commerce to investigate and report to the President thereon This should either break up the trusts or tho Republican party BRVBRIIXIE the buy Senator of In diana is a talker from Talkeisville We have road his brilliant speech and also Mr Hoars crushing rejoinder The former though is just now in the public eye lint when the Massachusett Senators reply has had time to soak in good the Hoosier sjiellbinder will be topplied from lib windy pedestal The young Indiana wonder reminds us of a local attorney whose favorite poem is I love Its gentle warble I lore Ungentle flow I Wore to wind my tongue up I love to hear it golunnrUM CLIMAX pnWishrs elsewhere a Kirtial list of tb MrtickHiif daily use common netessiius f life in order to bring horn to our realtre Democratic and Republican the importance ot a united oppoMtion to the party of Trusts and Combines What iijares a Demo erotic fnrini certainly injures a Itepub Ham farmer and that man is a fool bholdping the substance jf the plain peopled who Ire ill the to thw tiofTariffridden country of ours The most important and farreachin ofall thattranspiresthis week at Frank fort will bo the decision of the Court of Appeals in the State Election Boards injunction suit A reinstatement of tho injunction which Judge Cautrill Hsolved would be a severe blow to the Iopnblicaus and might cause them to abandon the contest for he minor State ollices while a decision against the Democrats would probably result in an anbaiitloment of these minor contests by the Domocrats Ikfides the decis ion will curry with it a moral weight that will materially affect the contests for Governor and Lieutenant Governor This view is taken by Democrats and Knptil licans alike and Imth sides are anxiously awaiting the decision IAT ltIho injiiKtion wai reinsta to 1111111 lem inits are jubilantI CIIIBroerCo1 LEXINGTON KY Clearance Sale o 3oVery rapidly are these special January values Take a look at this list or better still take a IODC at our first floor CUT PRICES AM THROUGH THE STORE 4 Dinner Sots 100 pieces each Blue hose Green and Violet decor ations were J16 now 905 Toilet Sets cut onehalf Salad Bowls 75el and tip 8 Lamps fancy colors were S3 to now 225 10 Lamp far cy colors were 250 now 17o- Onefourth oil every fine LAMP in our stock JUST A WORD About the Furniture in this newIsaw 13 WANTS TO BE LOOKED AT CiFiBroierCo MAIN AND JJROADWAY LEXINGTON Ky wIT KItLING ATFRAlKr RT Sam Bennett telephoned from Frank fert rsterday afternoon of a terrible tragedy Just enacted in the Capital Hotel ExCongressmau David G Col on el Middlesboro and LL Ethelbert Scott nephew of Gov Bradley re newed an old feud and commenced shooting at each other When tho smoke cleared away Scott was dead Charles Julian of Franklin county nd Aitfi Postmaster Demarre of Shel byvlll mortally wounded ajraveling named Trimble and anoihar unknown party accidentally wounded Cut olson slightly wounded in the arm Intense excitement The troubles not political Colson and Scott being Republicans the former having been dangerously wounded by Scott in n fight two years ago whIte thoy were in the army Jt has been predicted that Colson would get even with Scott who was a wild fellow but the most popu lar officer in the 1th Ky while Colson was much disliked TUB late distinguished Union Gen eral John C Newton after careful investigation declared that more great battles were fought more men engaged and more execution done on the famous battlefields InSpottsylvania county Virginia known as Fredericks burg Salem Church Chancelloreville the Wilderness and Spotty I van ia Court House than on any territory of similar area in the world For this reason Mr Brosius of Pennsylvania has introduced a bill appropriating 100000 for the purpose of acquiring and suitably marking this territory and transforming it into a national park THE resolution of sympathy for the Boers introduced in the House of Representatives by Congressman Sul zer of New York id creating genuine sensation The syndicate that owns the Republican party does not wish to of fend its British partners by the passage of the resolution But time average Re publican Congressman is obliged to have some respect for the genuine American sentiment that prevails among the honest voters of their re spective districts and are much agita ted because of their inability to serve God sad Mammon Such are the trials that Hannaism line brought upon the officeholders of the former Republican patty SIINATOU ALLEN of Nebraska has introduced in Congress several bills in the interest of farmers Ono amends the act regulating tho manufacture of cheese and defines filled cheese as any substance made of milk or skimmed milk with the admixture of animal oils or fats vegetable or other oils or compounds foreign to milk made in imitation or semblance of cheese Another amends the oleomargarine law so as to tax oleomargarine free from color or other ingredient to cause it to resemble pure yellow butter at tho rate of two cents per pound time oleomar garine made in imitation of or to re semble pure yellow butter at ten cents per pound the tax to be paid by the manufacturer He also introduced r ll for preventing the adulteration tuifibranding and imitation of foods beverages candies drugs and condi ments in the District of Columbia and the Territories WHEN A Republican paper says that 500 workmen in an eastern factory have had their wages advanced 10 per cent mJnhaoy the Trusts closing up a dozen other mind raising the price of pro ucts not 10 per cont but from roto 100 er cent And who pays for the in- reasedc pricethe consumer not the manufacturer the farmer the lawyer the editor the doctor the preacher the workmen the widow the orphan millions of these pay the increased cost of the necessities of life while thousands of laborers are thrown out of work that a few may get a email increase on their starvation wages Is this Prosperity If so it is simply tax in g time many to enrich a few others Ve give figures elsewliere to demonstrate how we are being robbed by the Trusts to time tune of a 100 per cent increase on almost every article in daily WIe Prosperity 7 Figures Rich Republican Farmers Need Not Read Since becoming an alarmist on the subject we have watched with the eye ofa calamity howler timer progress of those trusts and their effect upon the industries of our land W have seen these trusts take 100 per cent of the original cost of IRON from the pockets of the farmer and put it in the vaults of the trusts We have seen these trusts take 100 per cent of the original cost of WIRE and NAILS from the pockets of the farmer and place it in the vaults of the trusts Wo have seen these trusts robbing the laborer and producer on every hand We have seen the trust multiplying their millions Into billions and have Been the farmers groaning under the heavy bur d6n of increased taxation and increased prices of lifes necessities Here are some prices secured from Kentucky merchants on a lew of the articles in daily use which are made and controlled y trusts showing the advance in prices f these articles in the past year STOVES have advanced 60 per coat Stove pipe advanced from 5 to 10 cts per joint Bolts and rods 15 per cent Hoes forks rakes shovels spades e tc60 percent Tin has gone from 150 to2 per box Nails have gone from 225 to 360 Wire No 11 galvanized from 2 to 450 same blackfromU50toI25 Window glass 10 per cent Axesi on the box Iron pipegalvanized Iron and zinc have all advanced 100 per cent Mowing and weed scythes from 65 and 75 cents to 1 and 125 All kinds of farming jniplemeate are now manufactured almost exclusively by trusts who are setting the prices to s t ahemFarm wagons are from 750 to 10 igher than the same grades sold las t year higherWheat Corndriiis1to3Corn f1 Cutting boxes and powers SGto 1- 51IInlenlIO to SI5 Mowers 3 to 75OmBipgies sorties and phi 5toS15 Plows and cultivators frnsj5Oto 5 Baggy and wagoa iMtriww fL to t3 pereot Theee figures can be verifid by ing OB the dealers in say of the calla artcIs and white thIs tI avery asiI per eeet the Ut HWolIe 1y S trwtc they are ettoegk to famish food for refeetiOB to the thiikbg mad i i2 L c j t THE New York Sun in Us inimitable way thus explodes a bubble that has long floated over Lincoln J Emancipa tion Proclamation Dr Hillis said that ho bad good au thority for the statement which he made in Plymouth church on Sunday night that President Lincoln camo to Brooklyn In disguise to seek the ad vice of Henry Ward Beecher With out casting any doubt on the story the following incident which is sup gested may be narrated A lew years ago a man of good address wentjo one of the largest publishing houses in this city and presented fur consideration scheme ofa book which be proposed to write He certainly had a mass of interesting Information and after talk log with him the publisher told him that he would take the book The anthers idea was to devote the work to telling about inconspicuous men who had left their mark on history These wore the unknown king makers of var- Ious ages One of the most surprising facts which thfe author was going to make public in his book was the name of the man who wrote the Proclama tion of Emancipation which lisa been generally credited to Lincoln Accord ing to him it was written by a man who had recently died leaving a fortune of 8000000 to the surprise of every one who knew him The author seem ed to have proof of his assertion and he wrote the book The publisher an ticipated a great success for it The book was set up and one day when the author had finished correcting his proofs ho called the head of the firm aside and said See hers I have a very sensation al statement to make to you Its effects would be widereaching if it became known Will you promise to keep it to yourself This sounded very serious and the publisher somewhat agitated in ex pectation of an important disclosure said that he would never reveal it Then sir said tho author serious Iy I will admit to you that I am jorge Washington The authors book was not issued Somehow the assertion that President Lincoln came to Bcechers house at midnight in disguise and returned to Washington belore morning unrecog njzed recalled this story to e man who read Dr Hillis statement OVERTON HARRIS A Substantial Resident of Blackuell A Pioneer and one ol the Well Known and Popular Men ol Kay County From BlacVwell Olcla TimesRecord Life is more than a struggle for existence Ever man owes it ns a duty to himself nnd mankind to attain as much distinction in life as possible It maybe in letters the professions or as a merchant banker farmer or some other avocation to which he deems himself best fitted What ever he may select ho should try to excel in and thereby gain the respect of his fellow men The Cintegrityno man can expect to succeed That Ove Harris is a believer in this doctrine and lie endeavored to follow it is an evident fact to all who know him Wedoubt if there is a man who is more conscientious in this endeavors to Do unto others as you would have them to do unto you than the subject this sketch lie is one of the pioneers of Kay county and has the friendship of many and the respect of all who know him biuce engaging in business In this city in connection with the Jackson Lumber Co he has made mummy friends and patrons for that concern through his extensive acquaintance and by his correct methods of doing business Ovcrton Harris is a native of Mad Itson county Kentucky and was reared and educated in the Blue Grass State His high school educationwas supple mented by a full course and craduation from the Central University of Richmond in that State Whoa he was totwentyLets Summitt Missouri and for the fourteen years following taught school in that city and State When the Cherokee was thrown open for settle ment he made the race and was successful in locating claim seven and onehalf miles west of Newkirk This claim he retained until last January when he sold it He is a Democrat in politics and as such was elecletT county clerk of Kay county and filled the position with credit to himself and constituents for two years After youth ig from that office he moved to this city and became Identified with the Jackson Lumber Co Mr Harris has evinced his faith in Blackwell by building one of the finest residences in the city and t JhisHe is a man unostentatious In his bearing and is a living example of the theory that acts not words are what count in gaining a reputation of the en viable kind that he possesses He is a regaxde of the city Ills faith in Blackwell is unlimited and he Is an active supporter orAuy movement that will aid in adding to his already established prestidand prosperity PERSONAL Miss Laura Luxon fe in Lexington IMr Amos Parrish lias gone to Call f orniabJr was home on S dDrLouisville tripto homeImbeTCo case Mrs Bottle Chonault Is vkltiug her sisterju WOodfordcounty- M1S888Antos Willjs and Lena rat mer are at home from LuhivIlletMiss Katie has resumed leaching at Lees Institute Ja ksontMr Will Stone of Louisville is the guest of Mr and Mrs John D HarristMr John B Chenault attended the Uryan banquet at Frankfort lat ni ht MItts Dovey Letcher and niece liar PiquOhiQMta Mat Cohtu has returned from a visit to Versailles accomp 8led by Miw Cohen itev L ti Beynoldfl wilt preach at Speedwell tie Seat SMpday ia every mofith Mrs Neale Bennett ia vaItlsg tier another Mrs Laura TImoapioa in Mt StwliBg Mtas See flume has retarded home frMa visit to Mrs J S Wiw at Wte c beet rdMr lise4e e F- eLl taSss y wStti Mi Days CkatMm E PUji Xis Vlr I W- r n L h 2ieTestls the Cheapest Experience teaches iKai good clothes wear longestm good foodgives best nut nt andct good medicine that cures disease fs naturally the Best and cheapest Hoods Sarsaparilla the bestmedi cine money can buy Because it cures when all others fillUPoor Health Jpoor health foe years pains in shoulders back And hips foith constant ftejutlchtr ntrvousnest And no ape Used Hoofs Szrsapjuz gained strength And can toork hard all day cal heartily And steep welL Hook H because it helped my husband to whom GlffdsMoose foosj Mood Pills curt liver ill the oonlrrlUtlnR and el7 cthsrtIe to take with Uoo4 8araaparilla glum Sweeney has returned to Law rencebnrg Messrs J W Smith and W C Dunn left yesterday for Wayne county to buy cattle MisS Bessie Rowland of Nealton Jessamine county is Miss Mamie Pickels guest Mrs Lewis Jobnstone of Fort Garret gwhoreturned home Mrs Rutherford Douglas and daughter Drusilla of Nicholusvillo are with Mrs W R Letctfer Mrs Nannie Fish of Nicbolasville who was the guest of Mrs Brutus J Clay has returned home Mr and Mrs John Donelson and Mrs L C Buchanan and daughter leave this week for FloridayMr and Mrs B J Clay have returned from the bedside of Mrs Mary J Warfield Clay at Lexington Miss Nellie Mershon of Stanford was the guest last week of Mrs T C Willis and Mrs Robert Harris Mr and Mrs D Bates Shackolford went to Louisville last week the latter to be absent about three weeks Mr R L Gentry now with tIle Lawson Hardware Co Cincinnati was here on Sunday with his family Mr John R Gibson attended the Bryan banquet at Frankfort last night- at which Gov McCreary presided Rev and Mrs Sanford Logan of Mid dlesboro are with Mr and Mrs Thompson Bnrnam at Silver Creek Miss Mae Cosby of Irvine has returned home after a pleasant visit to her cousin Miss Ollie Cosby at White- Hall Miss Bessie Covingto the bright daughter of Mr M C Covington re turned on Saturday to Glendale Ohio i ollege Messrs Irvine and George Hume will entertain about twently of their friends ar progressive Crokinole Friday evening Mr and Mrs T E Arnoldare deligbt tully situated with friends in DeLand Fla where they will probably remain ofu ntil spring An operation for appendicitis WitS successfully performed limit week in Louisville dpdn Mr Ned Booker a popular student of C U IRevville has accepted the call to MtZion and three others county churches in Madison giving one Sunday to each In honor of Mrs T E Arnold one of ime leading members ot the C W B- rIthat society was delightfully entertained on Saturday by Mrs Thos Thorpe Mr C E Woods leaves this morning for Frankfort to hear Bryans speech before the Legislature today vjien Blackburns election to the U S Scn ate will be confirmed Col W O Riddell Secretary of the Irvine Land Loan Investment Co of Irvine was here Monday and inre ply to a question said that Irvine is showing a steady growth business looking up etc The Riverside Mansion always Las time for a dance and its worth haff a mars life to see that beautiful figure of Miss Mamie Ballard giving rent to her feelings in an oldfashioned jig MtVernon Signal Friends of Mont Calllson a popular old C U student will bo surprised to learn of his second matrimonial ven turo this time his bride being Miss anie Neal of Knoxville Mr Calli on is a prominent furniture deal of Middlesboro Mr Joe Wilson after spending n month at Louisville hns resumed his position in Supt Adams office at the L A depot Joes lady friends here will be glad to learn that he returned without having had a serious engage ment while away The following young people will be he principals in a double wedding to ay at the residenC60f RevW R Lloyd officiating minister Mr Jay Lackey and Miss Nettle Todd Mr Chas Hen then and Miss BelleHarris Congratulations to the gallant grooms best wishes to the fair brides Harriman Tenn isricher this week y the reason of the presence of Mr Charles D Miller who left here Mon ay to visit friends As a citizen rinter fisherman or sweetbcnrtho hns few superiors and we would not be ant prised he returns with a deerwife or printing office in his portmanteau Mrs Eugenia nu lap Potts Secretary oT the Child reits Home of Lexington was in Louwvllte yesterday and visited the Nelgbborlwod Scwee oa Jeffer son elreet to become acqnainted with the manner in which the institution conducted 1I1iPOtts has been in strumentil ia balldng1 HP th Lexing on Childrens Home until it is one of the largest institutions of the kind in he State CourlwJcmrnaU The Prand BBial Club will meet tomorrow evening at 7 oclock in the cozy office of Mr W 8 Moberiey on mala treat The subject and class are Crime t and why do we punish tMess KobertsCarpenterVaniht Blanton ansi Smith The next meeting February 1wil bc1eldw1th Prof Clark Class Messrs Woods Turley McCreary Moberiey and Clark Sub ject Ha3 time yoHngnwB of today the same opportunities for advancement as had lila forefotlieK Mr sad Mrs Q Lo HoSmeiMPr enter tained Wednesday evening with a 7 oclock dmaor IB eompliBMflt to HOB R H Crooke of Kkhtnond Xy and Dr Frank Newell of Atelmlmiots Xan- Coverwere pretltlfcn sixteen The ining roes WM deQftdwilh- t ButY1Ole red pievalhmg- a saa1flIiqU firmlh- ug aM e wslelIImer WtNfII en OMPM d Ie fIr j it ngmen nt rsea i osagreeiirrlbmi 41tJrlH ii the dining ab1eth ribbon itself forniei a most ndimopsaDdMexican drawn work 3Irs Hoff b plackileallac diamonds Hoonevllle Mo A dyertiaeJnnmmnry p i MARRIED 44Uanea WisitaIhti Mr U T We1hof nion City aiil lJiiS IucyUllioj Doylesyille married on Tuesday Tlur CLIMAX sends best wishes BIRTHSt BiutKV To the wile of C1iiLEverettpBerry on Friday weigtt U pouimd- sIILLEILJammtiary 12 tothc jytfe of Fred A Miller Manager Central Cigar- oC a hiantisomeboyt clay on Sunday a 10pound girl named Nannie May for tire grandmother DEATHS Webber tTncle Cap agelSOears died January 8 at College Hill JonnEN On Friday near Ford Lucy wife of Win Jordan dietlof consumption aged 44 Deceasedas a sister of Win Barnes and Mrs Mar aret Dozier DUMAS Mrs G T Dumas nee Miss Belld Taylor of Spears Station Jessatmine county died of heart fail day night January S Deceased leaves many relatives in this county WORTIIAM Mrs Faimie Wortliam died at tho home of her parents Mr and Mrs Cat Maupin Wednesday Jan agera gilter 5 ears old to mourn her loss The parents and bereavedones have the sym pathy of their friends RTCHES The CLIJIAX is notified by engraved announcement of the death of John Rychen President of tho Queen City Printing Ink Co who passed away Dec2S at Wyoming Ohio Time death ofa man so eminenl i n his profession is worthy of note here among strangers Ho manufactured ink from wh ich the CLIMAX wl8prJnteJ and in our dealing with him wo al ways found him fair and squarel In private life we believe ho was equally as upright and trjie JOPLIK A telegram was receivec here Monday by Mr Jo S Jnplinan noimcing the death of the wife of his eldest brother Rev G A Joplin tbo new pastor of the First Prtssbyterian church at Mt Sterling Mrs Anna Joplin was a daughter of Rev Thomas Vaughan deceased of the Baptist church and granddaughter of the great pioneer Baptist preacher of Ken tucky Dr Wm Vaughan who iipastor of the Bloomfield Baptist church for 35 years She was a cousin of Mrs B L Middelton of this city Mrs Joplin was buried in Shelbyville KJ Monday MrJo Joplinattended Tahia bereaved brother and time three email motherless children the sympathy of darkhourRevWm MCjEwan ofI it burg Jaian eloquent iivinq whose wife has friendain Richmond LJ Jtl w Mother Dead CJfiid Badly Bdrnd A lamp in oio lmapd n babe in hpr arms a moodier trips and falls down poutrayiheosition LastTJmrsday morning Mrs Austin Stone with her fiveyearold ducendillSttbfoot slipped anllshe felt headlong to the bottom of time steps Tire lamp ex ploded and time oil scattered over bet envelopedInwilh burns about time bands and head and may recover but the poor young herlusbandi 4rTiieoyears of age Bank Direclcrs Elected ourbanksweek No changes except in Rich mond JSBoggscornpanyJStone ill1ivailtEGibson Joo Collins Madison National Bank Waller DetberBJeUnCollins A R Burnam Farmers National Bank C F Bur nara T J Smith James Bennett John Bonne VS S Parkes H V llILflon R R Burnam Richmond National BankrJ W Caperton I Shelby Irvine Geo AV PickeTs RW Miller S B Pheips T J Scott BiP White- Semiapnual dividends were declared on follows State Bank Trust Co anti Farmers 8 per cent each Richmond National 4 porcopt tAadison National declared 10 per cent ntftsillst slmiannnal Qtin in October EJJTUTON Shoals are worth 3JJ cents a pound cattiehasboenMrs Malinda Ilendron Is very ill souls not expetted to recover Through tltp cleverness of Yin But fullbllfltoftoooccothe farmeiB receivinggood prices forum Squire Tutor has bought the Charles ocdlberBH Fb Cotton of Kirksville has SqniroTntornndhascome Mr Cotton as ho has lived with us before There ImsLcen n great mud dog scare at this place There been lastfewHlsowentmBl HAws fkis We offer One Hundred Dollara Re ward for any case of Catarrh that can not tie cured by Halls Catarrh CAre- F 6WJ Crieuey lot time last 15 years aid be allbusinessable to carry out any obligation made by their firm DruiglaIaToledo TpledoiOHnll5ly acting1 directly upon time blodii and rice5crImHWiYii u thllJ1is rW e do noihari dIe because wd know nothing coAbout the drllW business but there are a sufficiency of com inl1ichmondthat in that line PAINTsallkind we re andoffer for sale to the public at manufacturers prices with a guaran tee that they are equal to any priceAfteractual practical experience in aplying are entitled to claim that we know the paint business at least something moie about it practicalRejapt E Qs M11IttI Wall Paper Window Shades Frames Paints Oils Varnishes Brushes largestPricesEstablished 1870 203 ff HIS STREE- TRICHMOND KY Some of the big battleships require keepWeirmoth or Plymoutb to Hong Kong U If COLE D1IIEA- DQUAItTEDS ron SEWING MACHINES SEWING MACHINE SUPPLIES Orders taken for PIANOS and ORGANS Repairing a Specialty FOFFiCE opposite Court House with Freeman Bros Jant7ly 6raiii For Sale I handle largo quantities ol grain and can make close prices at any lime At present I have 40000 Bu No 2 White Seed Oats 20000 Bu No 2 Mixed Oats Grown in Indiana Illinois Wisconsin and Nebraska theywillSO days on account of shortage of the NewNobulk or sacked in quantities to suit pnrcliaser anywhere in Kentucky CATTLE VACCINATED forfarmerstive of black leg now prevalent in this1 section I BIJUR WHITE JanlOlf EsTILL MADISON OoKr Notice to Creditors AU persona holding claims against the estate of Terry Q Perkinn decd are hereby notified to present same to roe on or before March same will be barred W L CRUTCHER Janl74w Administrator Very New IS OUR LINE OF 1900 VA IL- PAPER 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 established and lin guarantee We also carry a complete line of the very freshest and purest drugs druggist sundries toilet articles and stationery Please call and examine our stock before purchasingelse where as we pleasure in showing you our goods whether you buy or not Respt PERRY THOMAS 0 213 Main Street Richmond Ky PRONE NO 75 Janl7ly Time erection of new structures and repairs on old ones involved an outlay of 130000000 in Greater New York last year CAN BE SEEN at a glance that the work done at the RICHMOND LAUNDRY is of a superior order There is not speck or spot to mar time beauty aI perfection of finish Starched and un starched goods are alike carefully treated and reach our patrons in a highly satis factory condition- TCta toe set fat OUT DoTV RICHMOND STEAM LAUNDRY Dissolution Notice The firm of Duncan A Chen snIt has by mutual consent been dissolved Mr Chenault rbusinessJanlO2w B R DUNCAN A Bed to Die In A Coffin to Lie In A Carpet to Walk O A Chair to Pock OJ A Table to Eat Oiir A Sofa to Sit On J ANO A thousand other pieces of Furii itnre such as- WKITING DESKS FOLDING BEPS BOOK CASESt7 CHINTA CLOSETS fIAT RACKS EASY CHAIRS Etc Wall Paper Picture JFrames Ottomans and other firstclass articles W S OLDHAMS SUcCESSU T1IHt1ST APf i 11 Day Phone 76 flight Ifl6 e e9Se e S SSSee5 S S 00e0 a 0 5 f V HANOKtRCHlffS 11 S S 0 1 0S 5 l00 0 GALOREI 0 a y c0 0 S IlL r IsoS An exceptional opportunity for the i5O Holiday Season The first on the list ft U a the1S o 00S tS sOO 0 I COShandkerchiefsS 50 s 0- 0e00 G0S so Illustrating the old familiar stories of CmS 01 0S are ScS 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0SS0005500SSSSSSSSSS050S0050SScS READY FOR THE ii YEAR overflowinguseful articles for e e OSe consisting ofLadies Desks Chiffoniers China Cabinets Book- Cases Rockers Hall and Libra ry Chairs Morris Chairs Jar diniereStands and Screens thebeautifulthingsyou to make us an early call and avoid purchasesnowleisure delivered any day during the month you desire WATCH Oiii B iih1 4owWinQDW S I NEVILLE MODRLfY 1sa 220222WMainStreet Q MIGHT DAY PH za RICHMOND IT 1 Iw1 Li j I r j1 8 t i Yw v 7 I T 0WT TUTPTaTU wTU 1 ITS NOT THE PRICE YOU PAY For Your Living Every Day But Its What You Get For Your Money fairIniceFor as are offering this iall We guarantee to save you money on each purchase Call and see us and be convinced that we carry the most complete line of Boots and Shoes found in Richmond and at prices that will please you The Richmond ClimaxW- EDNESDAYJAN 17 1900 W C West was in Frankfort last WLpk on the petit jury J Reid Cornolison has moved to tin Thus Million farm Hijur White vaccinated b9 head oft attIc for black leg last week See dissolution notice of Duncan iienault elsewhere in this issue Chas Veiiable occupies Dr I B tiMhaiufl recent home at Speedwell Fewt Chcnaulti a White Hall ilukcy was jailed to answer charge of stealing furs from Lutbor Myers Dr It Goldstein the eminent Louisville optician will be at the Hotil ilrndon Jan 24 for one day tmlv A modHrii tluntibt will fill yourtceth fill best amalgam filling 75 cents D- rJj1sn next door to Government iJuiltliug Richmond Ky jnlOtf Extracting teeth is the work of an- igtiirniit man Dr llohsou next door ti iiivernment Buil litif Uidiuiond Ky Treats and saves your teeth County Judge B C Million has umier his control two bright white boys a id Hand olevon years he wishes to bind out to good families If you have any oak ash poplar or walnut logs or trees and wish to HUM for cash write or rail on Hoy SolEK CO novt Gin Xicholasville Ky Lafayette Duersoti son ol Robt luisoii the woll known Silver Creek farmer and a daughter of Will Finnell of Kiiksville were married at Jellico list Thursday Mr Harry Hendron is attending tho Hospital College of Medicine at Lniiiriville lie will make a successful practitioner we predict from the fact tliit le has the education nod ability a ul it practical chemist Four hundred choice pure bred Plymouth ROCK cockeiels and pullets for sale lit ro cents eJicli orSo per dozoii Tuev will lilt you Si each after Dec 1 Eg 15 fur f0 touts Mrs H II COLTE- R8ipt20tf Hichniond Ky New and True DiMilists who extract tenth because they mhe should go to ncliool and learn how they should lit treated Dr Hob Soil next door to Government Build lug Richmond Kv jnlOtf For Sale One woo I saw machine one 4horse sweep power belt speed jack ctc one good wood cook stove double watertank II W STURDEVANT JTiaiiot Richmond Ky Estray Hog A back spotto gilt weighing about 100 pound laiino to my plare on Jet US and has tsuice hcun cared for by me Owner ran have same by paying charges SHELBY Jury janl72t Kirksville Ky Good Man Rewarded We hear that Mr W E Muncio is now Express Messenger no the li N to Mnvsvillf cliirinu the illnois u f his lirotheriMlaw Jir W S Pryor Tins i a merited recognition of a competent tllicient tiifd and trusted gentlemen Lost Between Government building anti Mack Millers rtsifliiiioou Main street Tliuradny J yvinber 8 a leather pocket book containing al otit 8 or 10 in money A liberal reward will be paid for return of iiiiri to LIMA or It P MoCn KT jan3tf Red House Ky A 1Aia OPPBE I will fill any order forfyou at the ame pric for anything in the jewelry line that you inn get from any other city Selected nun auvbodys cats logue you that you IIIlIlhvo thereby saving Itespectfnll- yjau3lyr J P ARMEK Louisville Poultry Show On account of the poultry show at Louisville January 22 to 27 the Lonii villo Atlantic railroad will sell ticket to that city at rate of a fare and a third for the round trip on the certificate plan C AT BKOWNIXO G P A lSLin2w Circuit Court The January Circuit Court convened Monday There are 53 ordinary 6 equity appearances and 27J old equity cases The most important case is that of Ashor vs Southern Lnmber Co for 16000 alleged to bo due Jormer on logs Able to bs Out Again Dr Jasper is now about recovered and is receiving the congratulations of friends upon his restoration fronia long and plInfull11ness Mr John II Thorpe WItS able to be out on Monday the first time since New Years when pneumonia put him to bed A Celluloid Comb unites The second accident of the kind In our recollection occurred when the cel luloid comb in Miss Anna Millions hair ignited She was cracking hick- Ory nuts on the Dearth and her head was so close to the fire that the cellu loid comb which IB highly combustible ignited and hurned the young ladys hair and hands oeforo tho flames were extinguishedThe incident occurred recently at Lawrenceburg during church services when a young ladys comb ignited from the stove near which sho was sIt ting cal but for prompt assistant of friends she wonidhave teen painfully if not fat1l1bur ed i Jewelry Store Moved Mr L E Lane the popularSecond movehIstheUichmonil GibsonsMr Kent will also move life fine selection of pianos and organs into same building janlO2t Mr Barnes Improving Mr Win Barnes a wellknown far mer who hiM beer ill of pneumonia at bis home on the Barnes Mill pike about five miles from town is improv lug Wo called on our friend last Stir day and though lie was confined to his bed ho indulged in jokes and hu morous stories that indicated him even in illness to be a very agreeable com ralIouSI Pigg Climbs a Ladder B J Pigg has been appointed clejrk in the criuiiual clerks office by Clias V Rentck to succeed Win Ilagan who resigned a few days ago Mr Pigg lives in tjie ninth ward and is consid ered thoroughly competent and rolia blesKansas City Times Thu young man who thus goes up the ladder of promotion is a son of L P Pigg formerly of Estill county brother ef Mr W W Pigg of this ci ty Business Mens Prayer Meeting For the first time in the history of Richmond all business houses were closed five days last week from 4 to 5 p in in order that the clerks and pro prietors might attend the union ser vices of the Week of Prayer held at different churches More people at tended the servicesand more men wore in attendance than ever before at a day service in our recollection It proved H success in every way and should be repeated The Will Ercken The will of the late Richard S Rice was annulled ill Judge Millions court last week upon proof that the testa tor was of unsound mind at the time the instrument was hated It will be remembered that deceased committed suicide some weeks ago whim the de puty sheriff went out to his house to take him to the asylum to which he had been sentenced He left about 31000 which will be divided among 5 brothers and a sister Another Richmond Boy Falls at West Point Sundays CourierJournal notes the failure of Anthony Rollins Burnam Jr of this city to pass his examination at West Poiut which makes the fourth cadet appointed from this town to fall Young Biiruammay secure reinstate mont and another trial by appealing to the War Department In event this is unsuccessful Congressman Gilbert will have the appointment of a cadet to the vacancy No applicants loire yet an nouncettAboutSmalhpox in Richmond From tn ofllciat statement signed by Dr A Wilkes Smith Health Officer of Richmond we reprint theso extracts There is no person sick with smallpox or any other eruptive disease in this city Fut tho protection of the public health four persons are isolated In a few days there will be but one one person thus isolated No new cases of any eruptive dls ease has been reported at this office for one week Wo ask the public to believe this reyort an it is true We have never tied to you officially This is official We ask doctors saul other people not to report death by drowning falling down stairs and by shooting as actual cases of confluent smallpox- It costs the city money to Inv sti gate A Novel Initiation Just what tho Masons Odd Fellow and other large orders do to a folIo when they initiate him into thoirniys tories the public has no means ol knowing But LbOme college fraterni tics ate not averse now and then ti giving publicly the dreaded Eirst Do gree The first exhibition of the kini hero took place on Saturday when tbi worthy neophyte was rigged out in rags and tatters and made to march about town with n valise filled with notes which he had to deliver to the various persons addressed not being permitted to speak during the ordeal With a large placard on his back bearing the inscription Pith Delta Theta tho young fellow Pb ellup and down the streets guyed and jokedand laughed at by the host of college companions and spectators In order to see that their new brother was made of tho right kind of metala committee of three Phis driving a handSome double team accompanied him on the rounds For three mortal hours the selfconstituted hobo played his part without a miir tnur lila uncouth and illfitting costume being the object of universal attention and ridicule Solomon in all his glory was not arrayed like this young lamb Land who at the conclusion of his trying ordeal was lifted into the carrj age and driven home with great pomp sIngIng Theres a Land that is fairor than this That evening the second degree was conferred behind closed doors where profane eyes cannot peep leaving us to imagine the candidates descant into the valley of death or his ascent of the greasy pole with a veloc ity accelerated by paddles in the vicin ity where they would do the most good Having passedthe chairs without a flicker time victim emerged ajullfledged brother pi the great order ol Phi Delta rbt 11I v turmoilHavebelowDepend GRADEBOOTS RICE ARNOLD That Blasted Figure Puzzle Because we failed to receive bet R single solution by Rev WR Lloyd of that 21 puzzle the CLIMAX does not paperispeople with a foolish problem Inci dentally and by way of explanation of our confidence in the widespread character of our circulation we here avow that we print every week 1650 copies of tho CLIMAX But to the puz zlo The proposition is to add any six figures from the three following rows so that the sum will be 21 I l 1 a 1 a 5 5 5 7 7 7 9 9 9 It simply cannot bo done except by a trick aud the trick is to add tip each of the throe columns making 25 in each row Put a plus mark between the figures of each total thus 2x5 which added together makes 7 three rows 3 times 7 equal 21 This is the solution offered by the author of the puzzle but we move that he be skinned for complicity with a lunatic asylum theyhavetheir minds in trying to solve the problem 9 ILATEItThese have sent in original the CLIMAX as promised Miss Jennie Morse of Valley View MrsH C Wheeler city and H A Epperson of Waco Wanted Good Cook housekeepingduring along swimmingly Mr and Mrs 1u- per Hood awakened to the realities anti comicalities of tho situation last Wednesday morning when the cook turn ed up missing Mr Hood who is a- very gallant man revolted at thd idea of allowing his betterhalf to toil over the range so ho bounced out of bed made the fire and put the kettle on He then went to market and purchased the meat and when he returned hewas met with time first of a series of mis fortunes the kettle was dry the fire was out and the kitchen was as cold as blngeonsl Not dismayed lie rekind ed tho fire refilled the kettle and Loom pounded the confounded beefsteak After three hours and fortyseven minutes of unremitting effort he invited Mrs Hood to breakfast let us not speak of the repast but pass it by with the remark that though the bread was burned as black as coal the wifes lorgiveness made it white as snow I For dinner the menu was three fourths recollection and onefourth of hope For supper starvation stared the happy couple in the face The erstwhile faithful 1 cook was still non at and the heroic husband nix cum arouse The situation appealed to the sympathies of the neighbors who sent over enough provender to last the young housekeepers until they recov ered their equilibrium and another kitchen domestic Mr Hood has con filled to a friend his secret thoughts on housekeeping but they cannot appear in print Suffice to say ho would rather chew a chunk of pigiron or unload a box car of tombstones than try to masticate a beefsteak broiled over a slow fire at No 350 Third avenUe Reception To Mrs W R Letcher Jr There was never such a handsome reception given in Richmond said sev oral of the ladies who attended Mrs George Corzelius reception to Mrs William Robertson Letcher Jr on Thursday last The Hotel Glyndons large ratunda was beautifully festooned in holly the parlors similarly decora ted added to which were palms and green and white candles the latter shedding their soft light over the beau tiful scene Time dining room was especially beautiful tho same tints predominating as in the parlors In the center of the room was a large square table oniamonted with smilax and a lingo vase of white carnations rca dent from ilie chandelier were lour strings of smjlax reaching to tho corners of the table Here cotfee was served by Miss Matilda Tribblo whose evening gown was of blue silk Man other table Miss Annie Bennett in a handsome black chiffon dispensed delicious chocolate In the parlor at an exquisitely decorated triblo Miss Rosa May Moberloy in aParis muslin served punch to the two hundred ladies that thronged the handsomely decorated apartments The hostess was gowned in her bridal robe a superb white satin en traine diamonds Her guest of honor Mrs Letcher nee Miss Annie Pearson of Montgomery Ala gardenloflure beauty happinessand was attired in rich yellow crepe white lace pearls Mrs Harry B Hanger who assisted in receiving wore a handsome black satin duchess lace diamonds The entertainers were Mrs W S Oldbam and MrsLL Bright the former wearing a blue reception gown the latter a lovely white swiss From three until slxtbe spacious dining room where an elabor ate lunch was served time parlors and the upper rotunda of the hotel were crowded with ladies Carriages came and went in a stream with arriving or departing guests The day was bright anti balmy for midwinter and the af fair was ono of the largest and prettiest that ever took place in this county noted for the regal character of its social functions The largest filtration plaat in the YtwhlcllI s n Jf Is Now on the Road Mr Theo Goodlet of time firm of Goodlet Bolton blacksmiths and wagon makers has leased his interest to Mr Simmfl and accepted a position of fireman on the L A R R between Versailles and Irvine Mr Goodlet succeeds Martin Smith who has gone totheLouisvilleSonthern MrGoodletis not only a good man but a skilled mechanic and as such will bo a successful firemanwe hppe soon he will be pro moted to engineer Embalmed Him in Oil Already secure in time affection of all his friends a Parisian artist has em balmed Col Morris Long of Danville in oil and henceforth this popular sportsman will be ablo to see himself as others oft have seen him In the middle ol the River Dlr InadotaftxThoStandaral official organ of the Kentucky Institute for the blind thus describes thin Colonel as he now benignantly smiles from the canvass entitled the Lone Fisherman Beneath the title we suggest the legend Fish ermans Luck The Standard says Wo were shown a beautiful water color painting the other day of The Lone Fisherman It is a scene taken from life on the banks ot Dlx river just below the dam on tho Lexington turn pike representing our own Colonel Long in fishermans garb wading boots etc absorbed in the soulful occupation- of trying to get the better of a Dix river boss The likeness is perfect and the dam the old stono mill the bridge and the cliffs are all shown The picture is tho work of Mr George H Dob son a gentleman whose business en gagements has made him a resident of this city for some time past The artistic excellence of the picture can be inferred from the fact that Mr Dobson was a pupil of Bourgureau of Paris France and was foryears a staff artist of the Harpers Publishing COin En gland Mr Long is of course very proud of time picture Sued the City on Account ol Smallpox Mr Rlackerty has sued ahotel pro prietor the County Board of Health the city of Lebanon and Marion county as a result of the smallpox In Lebanon lost summer Mr Blackerty alleges in his petition that J A Hard estv proprietor of tho Norris House kept at his hotel with the full knowledge and consent of the County Board of Health persons afllicted with small pox concealing the existence of the disease and refusing to notify the pub lie A son Oscar Blackerty who was employed at the hotel bnt resided at home was withtmt his knowledge exposed to the smallpox which he after ward contracted He was then com pelted through violation of duty to all defendants to return to his home and while sick there five other members of the family were stricken with the die ease ANOTHER SUIT Mrs Marie Schujahn and her bus band Ludwig Schujahn of Bowling GJeen have filed suit for f2500 against Dr J N McCormack Secretary of the State Board of Health Charles Drake County Judge of Warren county and Messrs Donnelly Allison contractors The plaintiffs allege that they were damaged in the amount sued for by reason of the building of a pesthonse within 400 yards of their home fn which smallpox patients were confined last year They charge that by reason of the close proximity the pesthouse to them tint they could not employ htlp could not sell their milk and veg etables arid that they were cut oft Irom intercourse with their neighbors and friends They say the house was erec ted without authority and without right Unique Engagement ol a Former Madisonian An interesting little romance which culminated in wedding was brought to light at the Gait House last night by tho arrival from the South of Mr and Mrs W A Stone says Fridays Courier Journal31r and Mrs Stone were married in Rosedale Miss on Wednesday morning Mrs Stone who was Mrs W A Martin of Rosedale and Mr Stone who is Chancery Clerk of Bolivar county had been engaged for several monthay but no definite day was set for th wedding it being un derstood between them that the bride was to name tlieday On Wednesday morning shortly be fore 11 oclock Mr Stone received a telephone message to call on Mrs Mar tin at her residence lIe went post haste anticipating what the summons might mean and when he arrived he was met by Mrs Martin ho told him that she had decided to name the wedding day even time hour and the time was at hand Mr Stone was taken a bit by surprise at the hasty notice but tie was equal to the emergency and re traced his steps to the courthouse where the necessary license waiBe cured Accompanied by the Rev 3E Cunningham he returned to time real thence and an hour later the ceremony was performed At 1220 oclock they took a northbound train and reached Louisville last night on their wedding trip They will remain in the city ear eral days shopping and will then go EastMr Stone said Ifiet night that it was the wish of his wife when they became engaged that the wedding should be sudden and as mush cia surprise to him as it would bo to their friends Mr Stone was formerly a resident of Richmond Mrs Htoae before her for mer tnarriagewas Miss Anita Kirk of Rosedale and cones of a wealthy Southern fatally She i a cousin of JCwTJoha BiU of tbjt city ti SUCCESSORS TO WALLACE RICE Signers cl Pilllion to Goy Bradley For Wm Todds Pardon In answer to our criticism and in explanation of his action in pardoning Win Todd white who was sentenced to life imprisonment for murdering his brother Matt TodJ in this county about four years ago Gov Bradley asks us to publish the list of the peti tioners upon whose recommendation the pardon was granted saying I am astonished that Todd is in good health The penitentiary physician upon whose recommendation the pardon was granted is a sworn officer of the State Of course I had a right to suppose that lie Lad made a truthful state meat THE PETITIONERS r F Burnim J T Cobb DilvisP one J It Uurnnmof the jury MosterAJ W Burns II C Hargis GrillerministerD TaylorGTaylorfJas WalkerEWallaceWNPigg J P Simmons A C Wells city clerkEd couu clerkTC T Wells In complying with the Governors request tho CLIMAX believes that the majority of the petitioners some of wfiom are among ourmost prominent citizens signed the petition just as many such petitions are signed with out considering the gravity of the re sponsibility they assumed or that they asked the Executive to assume The crime for which Todd and his negro accomplice Jesse Hattod were sent to the penitentiary was one of the most unnatural and revolting in the history of the count andJ1he penalty of life imprisonment severe in itself was not deemedenibnbug1m and peopledemanded the news of Todds pardon came like a peal of thunder from a dear sky con sequently the imprecations upon the Governor were loud and long for what appeared to be ah utterly unjustifiable exercise of power and a flagrant dlsre gird of justice upon his part The Governor bases his pardon upon Todds alleged dying condition from consumption and the danger of communicating the disease to other in tastes of the penitentiary Every body knows that this is untrue that Todd4s in robust health weighing not an ounce less than IDS pounds There is nota single palliating circumstance recommondiijg him to executive clemency Now time immense power vested in the Governor imposed a corresponding duty and he should have obtained the facts of this atrocious crimd from the Commonwealths Attorney and other officers as was his custom if he were not already posted on the merits ot this case This he evidently failed to do and seek to base his action upon theperiteutiaryphysiciaus state ment and a general petition signed by only a few citizens of the county well knowing that people thoughtlessly sign such petitions and that if the oppor tunlty were given a counterpetition could easily begotten up1he Governor is up against a strong proposition having but partially justified his course by time excuses given In writing this and preceding articles we bare been actuated wholly by a sense of duty to the public devoid of feeling ngainstTodd or Gov Bradley or the petitioners in any instance A most atrocious crime was committed and under the forms of law the guilty goes free It was our duty to voice a righteous public Bcntimont of indigna hon at this perversion of justice so that the world may know that Madison county condemns this procedure Our duly has been performed RTtIrDNT1ST YJ IIN fY 4 riI 00 NO FURTHER We can do anything and everything necessary to you of troublesome TEETH or supply you with ARTIFICIAL TEBTH which would be a comfort and delight Our system of DENTISTRY is founded on scientific principles and our work stands where that of many others fall If you have a discolored tooth we can bleach It If vour teeth are irregular Mcrookedwe can straighten them Wo always give you tho In Dentistry If your filled teeth allow the food to go between and crowd time gnaw we can fix them and save you any further annoyance and not get your tough teak caught there Teeth extracted 25c the est Amalgam filling 75c Gold filling 150 Solid Teeth 550 a Good Set olJeetllSj All Guaranteed DR V H HOBSON iiOHMOND KY Office next ateec to P Q Open at aigbt n THE MAGNIFICENT DISPLAY I OF NEW SPUING GINGHAMS AND PERCALES AT THE BUSY Bl CASH STORE Is a great attraction for early buyers who are seeking the new desirable styles for spring and summer All the new novelties of imported French Ginghams and the prettiest patterns of American production are being shown in this line Now is the time to get the pretty styles TaB H mDurEs EmDroiQBri s taCBS nQ WAite GO QS 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 nod Muthogi That have been unloaded at The Busy Bee Cash Store this week I 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 t 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 knpw the result a very pleasant surprise to you Our Tailormade Dresse s fit to perfection r Dont overlook our Lace CuBtainDepartmeiitwe are showing some handsome things in this line Also some beautiful new patterns of Cui tarn Swisses Screens and Fancy Draperies t V Very Respectfully V W D OLDflAM COMPANY RICHMOND MT STERLING AND GEORGETOWN In Memori m In memory of Milward the beloved son of Mr and Mrs Milward Urown who died January Gtii 1000 Last Saturday Just at the approach of morn the death angelin his downward course stopped and with pitying gaze beheld the pain racked hotly of dear little Milward Brown Jr and said enough come up higher The links that bound tho iaruily union are being removed one by one and welded on time other shore and when Christ makes up his jewels may the golden chain be complete without one missing link of time dear little family May the God of mercy reconcile father mother and brother to his work and may they look to that happy meet tug ot their dear little boys on tIme other ancllhappinessYou loved htm yei yon loved him But angels loved him mOre And they have sweetly called him TQ yonder shining chore The golden gates were opened- A Itentlevoce said come AndWIth farewells unspoken He calmy entered home With love and sympathy HELEN DUN- CANNOTICE I Public sale of franchises for Electric Lights Electric Street Railway Water Works He it ordained by the Board of Tens tees of the town of Irvine Ky that Micl OLrcl on the22d day of January 1000 at the front door of time Court House Irvine Ky between the hours ono a m and 1130 a m offer publicly to the highest and best bidder the Franchises or Privilege for any or all the below mentioned purposes for a term not exceeding 20 years a motion lo and for said purpose having been urevlonsly made before and to said board to build operate and maintain Electric Street Railway Electric Light arid Power Plant Water Power Plant and Works with piping and hydrants uponacross and through time streets 01 said town so aa not to interfere witn the public antI convenient use thereof The of trustees shall cause to be published for four consecutive weeks In some newspaper of general circulation this advertisement for the sale of said franchises or privileges Tho terms of time contract to be en tered into between purchaser or pur chasers and said town to be made known and entered into on the day ol sale The said Trustees reserving the right to reject aayBnd all bids Given oar hands this 18th day oIDecemberlBW S LTUDOR Chairman ThUS WILLIAMS tJecv- dec274t ECONBOY Time American Forestry assocjatioi is making a stron plea to Stale Legisla turns to set aside forests at the head waters of rivemin esclm- StateConsfipaflon He chebiBouaeM heartburn hidi ge9Uaoaod all liver ilia are cured W Hoed Pills f vii u r SLJuLL ri l I t Nature hits just one pigment on her pallette with which sho produces all the marvelous tints of beauty and that one is the blood The sholl liko pink beneath the finger nails the delicate rose of time cheek1time cherry ripeness of the lips bril liance of the eyes are all produced by the blood Just as the permance oia beautiful paInting will depend upon the purity of time with which painted so the permanence of beauty depends on the purity of the blood Paint powder and cosmetics wont avail to preserve beauty J3eluty begins in the blood Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery is a true beautifier because it provides for nature that pure blood with alone sho can paint The use of this medicine will cleanse the skin heighten the cooiplex ion brighten the eyes and gives and form that radiance of health whichI is the greatest charm ot beauty Pierces Pleasant Pellets are veer tive In ridding the system of clo sinl- resldllum wl1ich cumulates witii constipated habit One hundred aud nine vessels for tho transportation of troops have boon chartercclby Britist government Many an innocent Jittla darling is suffering untold agonyandcnn not explain its our childs symptoms you may find it troubled with worms gives its Whites Cream Vermifuge antI restore it to quietness and health Price 25 cents Perry Thomas janSUn A man who Is in tho habit of telling everything he hears soon losmLt soon hear very mupli Grasp all and Lose all Many people are so intent on grasp lug nil that they lose strength of nerves appetite digestion health Fortunately however these may ho restored by taking Hocsls Sarsaparilla which has put irtauy a business on time road to success by giving him gopd di gestion strong nerves and a clear brain It does the same thing for weak mill tired women Hoods Pills cure sick headache indigestion Editing an English comic paper at the present timo is not the next thing to being on Easy Street In pulmonary trouble the direct ac lion of Coussens Honey of Tar upon the throaUchest and lungs immediate ly arrest the malady by relieving the distress cutting the phlegm and free lug the vocal and breathing organs Price 25 al d60 cents Perry and Thomas jaufrlm The cocalled modest violet com mands a higher price in proportion to Its size than any other flower at a green house Rob Peter to Paul That is what they do who take stimulants for weak nerves Hoods Saisaparilla gives irue strength Horseshoes Wing good luck it is mid Did you ever have your wifo take a fancy to a gold one set with diaI jtnonds 1 wantto let tho people who suffer from rheumatism and sciatica know that Chamberlains Pain BaIrd relieved ino alter a number of other medicines and a Doctor had failed It is the best lint iit1611t1 bare ever known otJ A DodgeD Alpharotta Ga Thousands lave been cured rheumatism by this remedy Ono application 1Ji vest be al IQi aIe by Perry gad- Th nas jawSliiC i 4 FP Il I 9 The worst alter effects of Influenza arise from deranged functions of the liver Clear the blood at once with Herbine for it will strengthen time liver to withdraw from circulation time biliary poisons Price 50 cents Perry and Thomas jau3Im If all the in the world were divided equally among the people each person would get about SO Tetter SaltRheum and Eczema rho intense itching and smarting inci dentto these diseases is instantly allayed by applying Chamberlains Eye and Skin Ointment Many very bad ases have been permanently cured by it It Is efficient for itching piles and a favorite remedy for sore nipples chapped hands chilblains frost bites and chronic sore eyes 25 cts per box Dr Codys Condition Powders are just what a horse needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge Thoy are not food but medicine and the best in use to put a horse in prime condition Price 25 ent9 per packago Our Kansas hero would have crossed Tugela river and land his story in the hands of lila publishers long ago Persons who leach ft lire of exposure are to rheumatism neuralgia 4mulikmrniiago will fillda valuabls rem a 1 BallardsSnowLiniment it will rhanish pains and subdue inflammation Price 25 andSWjents Perry and Thomas ySegSh jan3lin Thevera6it 5ffiB re8 often depends upon tho tjon 8tyltf the statistician Having a tlrtjit run on Chrmbcrlulns Cough Remedy Manager Martin of time Piereon drug store informs us that ho is having a great run on Chamberlains Cough Remedy Ho sells fif jclJQUles ot that medicine to one of InY r and it gives great satisfaction In theso lays of la grippe tlfore in nothing like Chamberlains CougljT Remedy to stop the cough heal nptl e sore and lungs and gives relief within a very short time The wiles are gruwingand all who try ft are pleased with its prompt action Southern Chicago Daily Calumet For sale by Perry and Thomas jan3lm Probably the most difficult man in tho world to please is theppe who dosent know what he wanU i Bad J3 IcpdCurJrbiEat- imm Sores TumorsOTCiian cer of the Nose Eye Lip Ear Neck Breast Stomach Legsor Arms are all curable by B B B c Blood- Balm which is mad8espcclaUY to cure mill terrible Blood Diseases r slsteiit Blood and Skin Blem tahes Scibfula that resist other trent ments are quickly cured by B B B BotanicBlood Balm Skin Eruptions Pimples Red Itching Eczema Scales IHi8tereRedorl row i Patches matches Catarrh Rheumatism etc are all due Ejbad blood and lionco easily cured ny B B B Syphilitic Blood Poison literally driven from tIme system by B Bn Botanic Blood Balm in one to five months D BBdccs not contain vegetable or mineral poison One bot tie it in any caso For sale by druzgSjts everywhere Large bottles 51 eix iorSo Send for a free sample bottle which will be mont by return mil When write describe symptom and personal free inedlenl will M hen Address Blood DaltoC- o43iMikWllltr Atitita G- ajallar J ji r Fablers Buckeye Pile Ointment is the ouly remedy for blind blending or protruding piles indorsed by physic mans cures time most obstinate cases Price SOc in bottles Tubes The Per ry Thomas jan3lm tonguoillThe Watchword ol Women Modesty is womans watchword Whatever threatens her delicate souse of modesty frightens her For this reason many a woman permits diseases of time delicate womanly organs to become aggravated because she cannot bring herself to submit time ordeal of unpleasant questionings ofientve AX ami nations and obnoxious treatments which some physicians find necessary Doubtless thousands of the women who have taken advantage of Dr Pierces offer of free consultation by letter havo been led to do so by tho escape thus of fered from a treatment repugnant to modesty Any sick woman may write to Dr Pierce Buffalo N Y in perfect confidence all letters being treated as strictly private and sacredly coufl dential answers being Fetit in plain envelopes with no advertising or other printing upqn them Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription has been long hailed as a to women It makes weak women strong and sick women well Favorite Prescription contains no alcohol neither opium cocaine or other narcotic Time hungry mendicant prefers the cold ham to be the cold shoulder It has been demonstrated repeatedly in every State in the many foreign countries that Chamber lains Cough Remedy is a curtain pre ventive ami cure for croup It has Ixs come the universal remedy fur tlollt disease M V Fisher of Liberty W Va onlv repeats what has been said around tho globe when he writes I lowe used Chamberlains Cough Rem edy in my family for several years always with perfect succeps Wo lie hove that it is not only the best cough remedy but that it is a sure cure for croup It lana saved the lives of our children a number of times This remedy is for sale by Perry and Thomas jan3 1m A Patterson N J Judge discharged barbers held for keeping open on fcun days on the ground that shaving was a necessity Coughs and colds como uninvited but you can quickly get ridnf them with a few doses of Coussens Honey of Tar Price 25 and 60 cents Perry Thomas jan3 luf L Some men show good jlldjtI eut by showing a lack of seHconfidence- bal we Eat rs intended to Jnourish anti sustain us but it must be digested and nssiniUat ted before it can do this In other words the nourishment contained in food must be separated by the diges tire organs from time waste mnteHnls and must be carried by theblood toall parts of the body We believe time reason for tho great benefit which so many people derives from Hoods Sarsaparilla lies in the 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 lind muscles It also cures dyppep ia scrofula salt theumt boils pofpiv and eruptions catnrrh rlteu HHrtismand all diseases that lsitfeeSr origin to impure blood Jlai Ii 0 fw li Ih t iI IJiA J Jl r = in L RCROI FOR WEAK MEN Tho croat French Remedy Is within rccb of every Amrican It new powerfully nca qnlrky ew Iten Phplcafly Petted is fis rrsiiltcf 30 dm cm ci Younsmcn regain their lost mubOl and Old ItnTlll recover tbcir youtbfi1 vlror ItCta oro for business ftnrt v r ra rrlaro nECENEIZO it the Greatest 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discovered digest ant and tonic No other preparation can approach it in efficiency It in stantly relieves and permanently cures Dyspepsia Indigestion Heartburn SickllcadacheGastralgtaCrampsandall Prepared by E C DeWitt A Co Chicago For sale byPerry Thomas tIi ct4V 1bl I +4 e 0 iociw 0 6u s t0ro u ij iriisI 0 I a 0000000ouuu000u eoaaaaaa Ic cc cCo t t- Ig ig 1- I t i i i i ft C C t 5iDsoBBBB3BB3 tottot Cggg 0 OSSBa tt 0 j J I fPI 1II i I NBW AND QNll iS OF National Importance 5 4444 + jALONE Contains Both Daily by mail 6 1 year Daily and Sunday by mail 58 a year THE SUNDAY SUN Is the greatest Sunday News paper in the World Price 5c a copy By mail 2 a year ADDRESSTHE NEW YORK N Y UNSOliCITED KINGSTON KY December 10 1809 Klilor Climax Richmond Ky DKAU grit Will you be so kind as to publish in your pnper the following fitatftuient of facts Six years nco I was ntturkol with La Grippe followed by IthriiiimtlHtn Nruralpiit Stomach Liver ami Kidney Diseasesfinally Lost Vitality aiiil iitioial Ntrvons IrostmtSon I was treatcnl by a number of the bet Ihyslriaim in ililnronniy and JIM took the following Patent Medicines Hoods SnrsnpHrlliH Ttr SiniihR Ki lney Tonic Dr Kilmers Swamp Root for the KHlneysSipnnrtit Ij pfpsia Tablets Soda Mint Tablets etc including niaiiv oilier nostrums lint did me no gool Now I with I could get all the worM toKBthor so I fould tell them how I waR loaloiln1 especially my friends ill Madison comity that I have been a terrible sufferer for thetesix years past from the crown of my head to the sole of my feet My Stomach Liver and Kidneys were in an awful condition my nervous system was completely broken down with lost vitality and manhood I was confined to my room most of the tima My plivfiicians as good as thev have in any country treated me faithfully with but little or 110 benefit Some of them told me I could not Ret well I love my Physicians they did all they could for me But the drugs would only alleviate for a while i as soon as I would quit taking them the same olJ thing would to be gone over with again Everything I would eat or drink would give such pain that I would pray to tile I want all that art diseased to be male WHOLE as I have been These statements aro unsolicited by anyone are only made by me that my friends every where and especially in Madison county may go as I have done and be healedMy mind was directed to Professors Wilson Kennedy Magnetic Heal ers at iminnr Hotel Richmond Ky where I commenced taking treatment under The Woltmer mrlhod of Magnetic healing following it up for 13 days without medicine I feel a new man again have no more pain Sometimes I have to pause and think whether it is I or not so far ain I from pain and suf ferinjr Before I took this treatment I whould have to take Iota of morphine to get any ease or rest Oftentimes my wife had to turn me in bed I AM XOV A WELL MAN It is true lam not btrongas I used to be but I am gaining in strength each day am nearly 53 years of age Anyone by enclceinen 2c stamp can ueta fnll 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 SQ 31eT e 5Oe to ascertain its condition you may find that a new one is necessary Pave the way to home happiness by getting one of our SOVES 0 R AINQES For heating or cooking we can please you For parlor dining room or kitchen we have the latest HEATMAKING APPARATUS One of the ACORN RADIATOR at our price is certainly bargain talk that will make you walk toward our sto- reTAYLOR BROS CATARRH CAN BE CURED MURDOCKS CATARRH CURE IT GOES TO EVERY PET SURE SAFE AND PLEASANT Fprycars has the medical fraternity sought a reliabl andture cure for CaUrrb In this ofHwusaridl1hnewoez4fonuoX DyBpcpsta Bprays and ointments are also worthless as It Is impossible to reach the 8ectcd parts In this manner In1sptperelieves Instantly worst Astbm Bronchitis hay Ferr Colds ia the Head and all reasonabletime jstasWE ONLY ASK A TRIAL TO CONVINCE TtTalled to ay address pro paul on receipt of price Put vj in tin boxes 100per bow MURDOCK CURE Go treatmentfor 30 fays AUnta Ga aovsllv Ct CUT IF CMMINAL AMREKWN Edward Atkinson in New York World1 It is not possible to set off the exact Item of the money cost of the William Icvinley war upon the inlmpltanls of the Philippine Islands We are obliged Louse his name as the title of the war Hliongh he may be merely the puppet worked by the jingoes whose motives lire to get big contracts chiefly in China It has been well said by an English writer that when you scratch a jingo you find a piratean axiom which fits the jingoes of this country as well JlSI those of England only the English jin goes fight themselves while our type do the dangerous part by deputy One item of the cost of criminal ag gression may be named and measured The representatives of the Administration bought the Spanish title to the Philippine Islands for 20000000 That title was not one of possession Spain never succeeded in getting possession of the Philippine Islands in the 400 years that have elapsed since Pope Alexander VI granted whatever tith he had to the New Word in 14U5 Our Peace Commissioners bought only a quitclaim deed of which the only basis is the bull of the Pope 400 year old Our Commissioners are also assumed to have bought 8000000 to 10000000 nig gers at about S2 per head This is a low price Mr McKinley has admitted in the treaty with the Sultan of Sulu that neggers are worth 20 a head and they may buy themselves of us at that rate through the agency of the Sul tan but even that rate is too cheap The common estimate of the number of niggers in these Islands is 10000000 In our effort to enforce our title to them we have already spent more than 20 each and we have not yet established our claim Ten million niggers at 20 each comes to 200000000 We spent that amount last year Although we cannot give the items we can get at a total up to date Our annual expenses for 20 sears before the Spanish War were less than 5 a head Under the economic Administration of President Cleveland first term the average was f4 50 a bead Eefore he had left in his second turin he had brought them down from a consider able excess over 5 to less than 5 Half of this average of 5 was the cost of government the other half went for pensions and interest on the Civil War debt The Spanish War was paid out of the Treasury reserve and by increas lug the debt Last years extra ex penses over 200000000 were almost wholly applied to buying niggers in the Philippines and trying to catch and subjugate them It is eay to prove these charges We number 76000000 people At 5per head our national expenses and taxes would have been 380000000 Mr Gages report proves that they were 605000000 and todays paper Decem ber 24 states that the first act of the present Congress must bo to cover a deficiency in the army and navy on last years appropriation of over 50 000000 Therefore the cost of the Phil ippine niggers in the last year end ing June 30 1899 was 225000000 In cash with 50000000 more due to make up the deficiency That comes to2250 a head yet to pay Yet our niecers who are iu the custody of our slcveheep er the Sultan of Sulu may buy them selves at 20 each I A losing business Mr Gage guesses that he can get along with a little less money from the taxpayers of this fiscal year ending July 1000 but there does notseeni to be much sign of it yet Our xpendl ture since June 30 are very nearly if not quite at the old rate of last year 8 per head or at the rate of over 200 000000 for the price of niggera of the present year suit still the niggers refuse to be bought They value them selves at a much higher price Up to date therefore we have spent 200000000 last year ending June 30 1899 100000000 this fiscal vear up to December 31 with 50000000 to be made up for deficiency and Mr Gage gives a guess or estimate of nearly 8 a head for next year or over 200000000 above the regular rate of3 If we sue ceed in enforcing our title in the next year 10000000 niggers will therefore have cost us 5 each or 500000000 How did Mr McKinley and the jin goes behind him make such a bad mis take It cost the NOIth and the South about 1600 each in cash and property destroyed to free our own niggers in the Civil War Before the war debt and the pensions shall all have been paid it will have cost ns 3000 each to give freedom to 4000000 niggers who existed in 1665 The total with interest up to the final payment of debt and pensions will come to over 12000000 000 Liberty has cost that sum of money and 500000 lives How much is it costing us subjugate and deprive 10000000 niggers of their liberty How much money How many lives May the jingoes expect to subjugate the niggers at less than it cost to free them What is the matter Is it a fact that Otis is a bad overseer who stays in Manila still trying to conceal the ghastly story of the hospitals while he sends out Lawton who would have stopped this accursed war had lie been overseer to Sacrifice his life in a cause which he detested What a pity it is that the jingoes who are pulling the wires could not have been sent from Washington to the firing line in tile The vision of the stork is one which brightens the and quickens the t heart beat of ecerv It childlessness be imparted Prescription womanly been one to of motherhood This a aMagicwomenSick are con frecofchargethusavoidingtheindelicatequestions generally considered practitionersAll answerisnor IH Prescriptionall hu SICclghtAltasnolCountyTnn disease and was treat gotl4efyour Ii which you sent me ab Pierces medicines and we to try PnscrIption tI t1j sad got one WtJe sad the Set e and young wife Yet often the vision is never realized and as the laughter of infant voices floats from without into the r childless home the eyes sadden and the heartgrows hungry often happens that isdtie to conditions which may corrected Many women have found that the vitality and by Doctor Pierces Favorite to the organs the thing needful fulfill the famous medicine is not cureall bet to weak women invited to local treatments There ineither alcohol other opium cocaine and narcotic dregs Memorandum decided store cIoee aep1iIIe M4 not slept a r foe three lId cwre tkttt woaldasrejtet 1 ant Sir iwwre bettl iad when nhc bad tk the atIi aIsieDr irces PIaant PtIISi pta r tf ft yii c i nalarious sVasips of Luzon so that mien of the tye of Lawton mighttake their place Jn Wa8hlngtonI This ae ursed wnrnwould soon be stopped and the niggers would be given their rights If such ah exchange could be made Are we not paying too much For the privilege of subjugating fig Sere aud tail not about time for Mr 6lcKinlayjuid lila backers to tell us what he proposes to do with them after ho has got them Jf ho ever dees Three dollars a head excess of taxa tion comes to 11 per family This in direct tax falls like the malaria of the Philippine s lImps and the bullets ol the Philippine gnus on rich and poor good and had alike llnrlllq sews Comes from Dr D U Cargile of Wbasblta I T He writes Four bottles of Electric Hitters has cured Mrs Brewer of scrofula which had caused her great suffering for years Terrible sores would break out on her heRd and flU and the best doctors could give no help but her cure is com plete and her health is excellent This shows what thousands have proved that Electric Bitters is the best blood purifier known Its the supreme remedy for eczema letter salt rheum ulcers boils and running sores It stimulates liver kidneys and bowels expels poisons helps digestion builds up tho strength Only 50 cents Sold by Perry Thomas Druggist Guaranteed 4 The maidens of Denmark never cx perience tho pleasure of receiving a diamond engagement ring They aro presented with a plain gold band which is worn on the third finger of the left hand On the wedding day the bridegroom changes tho ring to the right third finger which is the marriage finger in that country I am Indebted to One Minute Cough Cure for mv health and life It cured me of lung trouble following grippe Thousands owe their lives to the prompt action to this never lathing remedy It cures coughs colds croup bronchitis pneumonia grippe and throat and lung Its early use prevents consumption It Is the only harmless remedy that gives immediate results Perry Thomas Shewjaw what is the trouble be tween you and Miss Pye The trouble is this We decided two or three years ago to be married at time beginning of the twentieth century She takes the absurd ground that it begins January 1 1000 I want to marry of couse as much as she does but I simply wont yield to any such ridiculous contention Hylers Dyspepscla Tablets pleasant easy to take and give permanent relief 30 days treatment Mailed on receipt of price MUKDOCK CURE Co nov29 ly Atlanta Ga- It is significant fact that when ever you hear of a man organizing Honest Election Leagues and purificationist parties the next thing you hear is that he has been caught trying to bribe somebody F B Thirkield Health Inspector of Chicagosays Kodol Dyspepsia Cure hifhlvIIdigests what you eat and cnres indiges tion heartburn and all forms of dys pepsia P rry Thomas We have often heard the expression Honest John but until the Honest Election Leauge sprang Minerva like from the brain of John Whallen we never realized its true meaning The great county of Trigg sent a Republican postmaster for representa tive Trigg will keep on acting foolish until she finally sends a postal card lie Fooled The Surgeons All doctors told Renick Hamilton oi West Jefferson 0 after suffering 18 monthsfrom Rectal Fistula he would die unless a costly operation was per formed i but he cured himself with five boxes of Bucklens Aruba Salve the surest Pile cure on Earth and the best Salve in the World 25 cents a box Sold by Perry Thomas Druggist 4 The king of the Hellenes delights in taking recreationin the fields lie can plow cut and bind torn milk cows and in short if necessary keep a farm going singlehanded The highest development of the sand wich man has appeared in Brooklyn He wore stilts and must have stood at least twelve feet above the pavement L T Travis Agent Southern R R Selina Ga I can not sv too CooghCurecharm The harmless remedy that gives immediate results Cures coughs colds croup bronchitis and throat and lung troubles Perry and Thomas Gov Bradley while advising his crowd to kpep cool puffs the bellows weldingheatexample or advice isa matter of little concern At the Victoria station Manchester a miniature electric line enspended from the Iron griders of the roof is luggagefromone other cureforthat famous little pills known as Do Witts Little Early Risers Perry Thomas EMASCULATION Printed by request copied from Lexington GaietteJ LEXINGTON Dee 20 1899 DEAR EDITOR In yesterdays paper we notice an oflateishment it is stated will probably be a wretchIwi11an no more control over lila hasty passions than now or the Governor may pardon him before his term expires asa Christmas gift to the State as Gbv Worthington did during his term of officeand others We have observed for several years that these insane fiends liko Coleman white and black have frequently made unsuccessful attacks upon women or children before and have escaped pun ishment on some technicality or want of witnesses They are generally men of mature years and married men You dear 8rIInd others have been urging that women shouldarm them Min stronger than the atrosgeet woman 111 ieihier evocation JlfnQedL fwpos bra Dan to Jt8 armed what could this little girls ten do to pro fect herself with arm WhiM good or tow e atd tbonrieUacef CoJemaahaTe ddsdd hesitf he hsersog- sh w d 1rwitki ro it l o 11111111 Mrs Pkikharns Advice Sv d Mrs Hayes From an Operation Lima TO 103 riKEHAH 4i3- 3DzAaMnsPiNxiLtmIWordannot express my thanks to you for YO kind ad vice to mo in regard to my health I had been running down in health for abut seven years I had doctored with good doctors and takcn a f1t many patent medicinos My trouble began when my first child was born Iliad a very bard time and after its birth would have severe flooding spells After my second child I hail very good health until last winter when I again became pregnant and suffered very much and miscarried I came very near dying and the doctor said I must hayean operation which frightI ened me very much and writeto you for your advice and take yoiirmedicine Was troubled with the whites great pain in back anti hips sometimes when lying down or Bitting was unable to get up Would have such pain Jn groins could hardly walk I can say I have never seen anything so wonderful as Lydia K Pink hams Vegetable Compound and Sana tive Wash Your remedies have done wonders for me Hoping that many of may suffering sisters may be led to take your medicine from reading this letter I remain sincerely yours this MAIIT BATES HABDINSBUBG Kr Letters like the foregoing fchould conVInce everyone that MrsPinkhama advice is certain help fear and utterly unable to protect themselvesWe that men should bo pun ished severely for even approaching a child of the tender ago of ten or twelve years on such subject If he tries to persuade to give him her property would he not be punished Is not the chastity of women and children of more value than gold We believe thifa mania that seams to be abroad in the land to be the efIect of the law in regards to tho protection of girls called the age of consent by which men are not punished for ap preaching girls of seven ten or twelve years in the different StatesKentucky law says at twelve years a child can consent her ruin yet the same child is not deemed to be able legally to give away a pair of gloves So that they are left to the prey of every lewd man provided he can persuade these habies to do his will How can fathers make such laws who have daughters of this age and who must know how trustful they are in older persons and that they are likely to believe what an old man tells them Wo believe that when a man like this one who has tampered with the chastity of a child of ten or twelve years or has attempted such assaults before upon women or girls should be tried and if found guilty he should be emasculated and compelled to stay with his family and support them The whole number of those mon who outraged that most unfortunate woman in Covingtou who was attacked while walking with her husband shouldlhe now operated upon and turned loose instead of their famil ies being without supported the State being burdened with them and their remaining a menace to all women when their term of imprisonment is over Every one of these men who stood and looked on so heinous an act will in all likelihood try to perpetrate the same deed at some time Such as Anderson and these men hould not be allowed to perpetuate their kind of creatures Our law makers and protet9n are asked to consider this suggestion since burning hanging cutting up vvhjle alive and every hellish torture that men can conceive has been tried by mob law to abate this terrible mania as some call it and fail to intimidate We believe that this will be a protection if promptly enforced and that it will lessen if not obliterate these fearful Coleman scones and be also more humane Let our present Legislature pass upon the subject we need a hwift and deterrent punishment at once Very RespectfullyMANY All exchanges please copy TilE LYNCHING OF COLEMAN IN KENTUCKY FOR ASSULTING A LADYI TO TIlE EDITOR OF THE SUN Sill Your correspondent Mr P Butler Tompkinsin yesterdays Sun says that the negro Coleman was a murderer no more no less I take strong ex ceptions to this statement While a Northurn man and more than that a New Englander by birth I have over considered such an assault as hison a woman as a crime ten thousand times blacker and more horrible than murder It strikes at the very foundations of our homes and must be prevented at all hazards m Mason county since its organization has been the scene of perhaps one hundred murders and in that entire time there has not been a single legal execution in the county Was itnor with this state of affairs fair to presume that one or two on the Jury would vote against capital punishment Thia is the conclusion which the friends of Mrs Lashbrooks reach and they felt that her blood and dishonor called out from heaven for vengeance Coleman received his just deserts WILLIAM HUSKS Greenup Ky Dec 2i THE COMPLIMENTS OF IRVINE KY Irvine EstiH county Ky is located on the bunks of the beautiful stream that derives its name from the State 48 miles esat of Lgxingtoiij the capital of the Blue Grass and is surrounded byithe mogt mzgnificcnicenery that nature ejer painted the ideal dream of the artist Looking southward you can view nillesot landscape closing Its nearer margin with broad and fer tile bottomlands verging on the riverside Turn to the east and you behold Hhlwonderaamodel for such grandeur This 8vnot an overgrown sketch come and see it and you will confers with Sliobas Queen of old that the halt has not ben told A beautiful mountain peal towers above the outskirts of this little moun lain city kissing the clouds andresci touctffcfjbynorthward your gaze Iests upon tie noted E HI1 Springs where irithlnpne hundred feet space you may slake your thirst and recuperate your phyjtV cal powepi at bubbling ejpringa tinctr ed with wliite and rejsulphur wilh lrnand frith time pure refreshing fri stone water Of tlis400 acres i the Uh Ira man ha evd feaMi woriis AHdllreivtnits alubfous wateraand ijjTnipre than lovely mirroHmlipgs But p4pI lou J1jaztjfr isptflnti v this a Awo besafkCry Ik rT tri rw ao IIMf 1 jor r W It II will behold tho huge iron horses draw ing the Louisville Atlantic railroad trains taking away thousands of staves millions offeet of oak poplar pinp and cedar finished lumber lion coal railroad tics tanbark brick and lime Where is mother spot on earth that can equaf this About 200ft happy people Ink this place and its immediate vicinity their home and there is room for many more men of Industry men of energy and men of money A huh and spoke factory a stove foundry another plan ing mill and a number of other indus tries can find ample room here Freight rates can he regulated as we have both river and railway transportation Men seeking investments have only to como to Irvine and see what nature has done for her and that nil that is needed to develop this vigorous babe into a mighty giant is capital and energetic men To give au Idea of the business in terests of this little city we have one lumber plant that cuts about 5COOOCO feet of merchantable lumber a year i we have another plant that cuts Slime 3 500000feet and every foot of last years production bus been sold Some 75 000 logs have been purchasedfor this point for the sawing of the present year About seventylive men are employed in this Industry alone The railroadtie business is pimply immense furnishing workfor 150 men The stave Interest forms quite a factor in the business of this place Five stave mills woiking 400 employes and finishing for lire mar ket 3500000 staves are located in Irvine and its immediate vicinity These industries pay their men herf and their wages are spent with our merchants The business men of this city are all prosperous but as said above we need capital to push and en large our undeveloped resources We have the finest iron ore in the world within five miles of our corporate limits and coal without stint to turn the wheels ofcountlessfuutorier There is here a safe and substantial banking institution and lately there has been incorporated the Irvine Land Loan Investment Company to assist in ele veloping and building up this town Col W 0 Riddell a practical bnsl neS man and one of largo experience in all the details of this kind of busi ness has been made Secretary of this Oompany and he has thrown all the energy of his disposition alt the wealth of his business talent and all the stores of his oxhaustless knowledge tIme sub ject into this enterprise of his life All seeking information about a splendid place in which to safely and profitably invest their money should address the genial Colonel and we feel assured from our knowledge of him that all such epistles will meet with a prompt and hearty response We must not omit an exceedingly important feature of our wellbeing Irvine is as an educational point un surpassed in natural advantagesand in location by no place in the Grand Old Commonwealth Situated at the base of the spurs of the foothills of the Cnmberlauds bound on the east by tile most educationally progress of the mountain counties ot the Slate and touching on the other cardinal three tions the rich and cultured DIne Grass counties of Clark and Madison it draws patronage from the one on ac cout of its superior facilities and the cultivation of its people while to the other side its greatest attractions are its wholesome fresh mountain ahv its unparalleled healthfullness and its con tiguity to Estlfl Springs a health resort of Jhe standing of threequarters of a Century Its school house is newcom modious ulsupplied with all modern appliances for the successful educa tion of youth and the record of the past few years shows a marked prog reds In their physical mental and moral training Two conveniently located and pleasantly arranged houses of wor ship supply the religious needs of the peoplethe one the property of the SI E Church South and the other belonging to the Christian denomination that no pupil need lack instruction in the principles of the Christian faith Students from the normal training de partment of the Irvine school are fill ing by the scores the imporant positions of heads of schools in this and adfoin lug counties A Rubber Tire Factory Here MrS Miakiff has installed the first and only plant in the county for the construction anti repair of rubber tires for vehicles and is turningS out factory work nt less than factory prices We examined lila work and found it equal to any in service He will be pleased to exhibit his own factory work and quote prices He puts rubber tires on old wheels and the life of the vehicle is prolonged so that twice their cost is saved not to mention time corn fort derived oc 25tf fniklort CiBciwali R IW Y lIa Erect December 5 if5 1 DAILY EXCEPTSUNDAV pm am pTm Tm 200 620 Lve Richmond AT lCQ 1 28 2 55 7 09 Winchester 11 42 6 12S 545 IC4aysvjimet 8 M IUD 933 840 5M air iois Georgetown 1r 1 50 438 7 10 11 23 ATe Frankfoit Lve 7 00 840 Ask for tickets via Par JBNEWTONILPA EASIER THAN EVER Th present schednltfbf Illinois OentraT Railroad In addition tit horteninc the time tor Memphis and New Orleans has made UEasIer Than Ever to reach all points ID Arkansas beIllVs iij i Memphis sad New Orleans Vcjtlbuled ThllllEvJ rrio y FreeRt4atCkaIrweekjiJWsairrbi S5pm4ri45mLoroXR45amArrS315p1RArr1AHAre Ja Francisco TIIesday515tN1 A is Aw Tafer iKertt t IiWIIuh with K B Fowler Travel N Ast iHe Xy Ct WL AL5ODX5L1aa9 A 41 4 7A t tlIl bI0ii1n- k ii f t PLEASE TRY I CANDYCATHARTICt I I lOc 25c 50c I r IATENts c ADVICE AS TO PATENTABilItY Notice In Inventive Age t Book How to obtain Patents S 55 S 53 S535 S SS3 S SSSU DESIGNS I TRADEMARKS I OBTAINED COPYRIGHTS LFRE ii Uluarges t7OCUIale o lee CllU r Lettera confidential Address r E SIGGERS Patent Lawyer Wathlngton C EQUAL TO ANY EMERGENCY The man is who has a good sound re liable carriage under him He can rest secure in the thought that when he has one of our well made reliable phretbns carriages runabouts whale bone speeders or road carts that come what may on the roatt his wagon nevr will give way Wo have one of the finest stocks of road wagons rocka ways and rubbprtirerl Rich mond JOHN DONELSON Propr Kentucky Carriage Works YOT7 ARE A DEMOCRAT andof coursewant a Democratic news paper The Chicago Dispatch is the Greatest Democratic Weekly Newspaper of the Country It advocates the readoptlon of time platform and the re nomination of William Jennings Bryan Tnere has never been a political cam paign that will equal in importance that of the one to be fought next year The Republican party backed by time money power of this country and Europe is alert and aggressive Flushed with time victory of three years ago it will seek by every means in its power to maintain its supremacy Democrats must be up and doing They must wage au unceasing war upon their enemies In no hotter and more effective way can this be done than by the circulation of good sound Democratic newspapers The publisher of The Chicago Dispatch will send a a copy of The Chicago Dispatch from now nntill January 1 1901 for 50cents If you are riot already tak ing tills grpat political weekly send in ten cents at once You should not only do this yourself but you should induce nil vour friends to join with you By a little effect you can easilv raise a club of ton or twenty subscribers byWilliamDemocratic leaders Address THE CHICAGO DISPATCH 120 and 122 Fifth Avenuo octitf Chicago Illinos L1AILR1Time Table No 1 Taking Effect Sun day November 19 1899 1st Class 2d Class IWrr Bocan NO1NO3 No 9 Ez Sun Ex Sun Ex San AM PM AM- VersaiUes10 22 S 20 5 15 Nicholasvllle 11 02 7 00 6 3J ValleyView 11 28 7 33 7 55 Million u 11 4V 7 9 00 Richmond 1158 S 05 00 P M Union 12 13 10 00 Moberley 1216 100nlirassfleli I 30n 10 25 Panolln 1235 i040 Irvlnen 105n 11 35 n u um N5TNflrTfli0w-ear horN Ex Sun Ex San ExSan ExSan A MP M PM A IrrInoJ 145 11 65 Panola 2 10 iBrassfleld 2 15 I 20 Moberley 2 29 145 Unionc 2 tlRichmond 6 05 2 Sn 2 35 MilHon 6 20 3 IS 3 Li Valley View f SI 330 3 co Nlcholanville S 58 S5S 4 3- 0Versailiei7 50 4 45 S 10 JL li PlMl P Mii IM All trains connect with Louisville Southern trains to and from Loiilsrille tralntoDIptcherW it4 SOUTHERN WfiYa3r ON KENTUCKY Scbrdolf In effect November 19 mass EASTIIOtmiX No 1 No1 No LLouisvthieI4am J JOpm 7i5pm UltlpmAri0OipunArLexingtnA wrsrnouruii lo 2 Nu4 Lr Leztngth73oam 425pm LiSani Ar 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anIcaeeUIINI r 3iliind0IlIIwP tei5PT A4s K MDGW4N4W4 p Xf t 11f i A TO OR cn g 0 JttJ z4 c Ya t dn OJ cjI- TI gii I OJtr1 t1JTI M rrI tit IrrJ nU1 JJ I J I LI42- 5eocQO BOON MANKIND DRTABLERS BUCKEYE yfTlZZtt4o cz DRUGGISTS PILE CURE A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNALand EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBES BY MAIL 75 CENTS BOTTLES so CENTS JAMES F BALLARD Sole Proprietor aID North Main Street ST LOUIS MO For sale by PERRY THOMAS Druggists JMISU r Pittsburg Central Stock Yards EAST LIBERTY PA OFFER SUPERIOR ADVANTAGES TO SHIPPERS Yards have been enlarged and rearranged It is the nearest point to the Eastern market BEST DISTRIBUTING POINT EAST OF INDIANAPOLIS foicBalti more Washington Philadelphia New York and all Eastern markets Good buyers always in attendance for export cattle and another kinds of stock Consignments for Commission firms given grompt attention PRIVATE H03SB SALES EVEEY WEEKDAY Simon ODonnell General Manager Madison Monumental Works ESTABLISHED 1863 JAMES T HAMILTON PROPRIETOR Monuments Tombs Headstones Statuary and Foreign and American Marble and Granite +4+ FIRE WORK A SPECIALTY 44ff Those who are contemplating buying Marble Granite or any kind of Cemetery Work will find it to their interest to call at time old stand in the rear of the M E Church on Irvine Street where they will find constantly on hand a large stock of finifdied work to select from at prices to suit all classes of buyers gjfln W G iOUOHER one of the best workmen In Central Kentucky is in charge of our establishment and this means satisfactory work in every phase Parties living at a distance should write to us for designs which will be furnished on application orYOUR PATRONAGE SOLiCITED JA1lES T HF7VILT0N Proprietor 2 Hot Blast Peiunsular Doable Beattr wHim Tea KeWe AttKhweai + 4H HKf+ + t+ + 4 + 4CI SMOKE COXSUMESa PARLOR FURNACE Jl Air passes through registers IH heavily guarded feed door into perforated withksaeut i antii11 Deflector ring between ribbed tre tl1taIIlngwILL HEAT tooK UPSTAIRS 4i AabQ oeniEgesRu4iflg top as a tea kettle attachment In addition to IrJddJe 4FIRC0NTR0LLEflCircular DeaR Ihpltons on Feed 4 Aa Pit floors are valve seated 4 filet aatU bo1uely air tJIt and Warranti iremalulIO They are andwkea iJJl CaflattsCA2RAgDWARt4OU5of f 9trrI melilly St WW t i a II Joa iifIi p1 c C I t DrCENCR o FOR WEAK MENTho rrcat French Remedy Is within rcrch of every ncm powerfully ncd quirty tea lfn Pfcnicaflj it the rfsuit cl 20 dy crn ci Youmrmcn vIII rtJn11 thiIr JOt lnathUNl and Old Men Ill rroocr tbrlr youthfl yko Itfte oro for huaJnc8 ftiirtv cr ra irlarn RECENEnO h the Greatest nT1 eYcr raId Ii this tountiv tCaa la vest poctct CymoUtUO per bx cr rls for S 3X0 no cb rdurd Ihi rony Th ro r x lxedoTIOt4ffdct a CU- UUrcui3e tree Address too American oDeo of B3R3EHDX rclCH C0r CSrf7r 7 For sale by Perry Thomas eptlSly WOOD STUBS freSh Tested tenable SEEDS Produce toe Best S Crops Wbererer SOlD J J Hnndreds of testimonial and our thon sands of customers this If you oncecommence plautiugWood EcStutib- ScCdl we feel certain of your orders for lifetime TODAYwewint top1aCC In rhands our New Seed Book Itis fiUiwith ntuable information about sowing cultiva tion etc of for the Garden and Farm Write a postal and we wiU man it FREE Prices of Grass and Clover Seeds Seed Grain Seed Potatoesorotlier Field Seeds quoted at any time on request WOOD fi STUBBS Sce SBCI Cor Brook and Jefferson Streets LOUISVILLC KY KodolDyspepsia Digests what you eat Itartlficlally digests the food and aids Nature in strengthening and recon structing the exhausted digestive or gans It Is the latest discovered digest ant and tonic No other preparation can approach it in efficiency It in pennanenUycureDyspepsia Flatulence Sour Stomach ausea- SlckHeadachcGastralgiaCrampsand ImpcrfectdigestlonPrepared For sale byPerry Thomas 8 1 ttc5 51 rJof 0Ltj 0 0 go- 3p z oo iz S = t4 S 0114 t t1 11 a = gotd9 0 M = 1 ip 1 gd I c00000000 1 1 1 11 0= r3rrrrrrrrrr g Iououooo i 0 tt4 2c- 1 I= = t tJi4 j II I ItjCJoE KS8S coo hi I BHSS 11A ND rINI H OF National importance j 5t++ + +ALONE Contains Both Daily by mail 56 1 year Daily and Sunday by nail 8 a year THE SUNDAY SUN Is the greatest Sunday News paper in the World Price 5c a copy By mail S2 a yearA- DDRESS THE SUN NEW YORK N Y tli1OL1CITED1 KINGSTON Ky December 10 1809 JlilUor dimar Richmond Ky DKAK SritViII you be so kind as to publish in your paper the following ftatAuient of facts Six years ngo I was attacked with La Grippe followed by ItlirunmtiFin Xruralfrisj Stomach Liver and Kidney DIseasesfinally Lost Vitality and Onoial Ntrvons Prostration I wan treated by a number of the bet Physicians in ihit cntimy and also took the following Patent Medicines HomlsSnrsnpnriliH Dr Smiths KMney Tonic Dr Kilmers Swamp Root for the Kidneys SiiMvarts Djfptpsia Tablets Soda Mint Tablets etc including flatly oilier iiostnims thnt did me no good Now I wish I could get all the world together so iwild tell them how I was heatedand especially my friends in Madison county that I have been a terrible sufFerer for these six years past from the crown IIf my head to the sole of my feet My Stomach Liver and Kidneys were in an awful condition my nervous system was completely broken down with lost vitality and manhood I was confined to myroom mostof the timer physicians as good as they have in any country treated me faithfully with but little or no benefit Some of them told me I could not get well Hove my Physicians tiioy did all they could for me But the drugs would only alleviate for a while as soon as I would quit taking them the same old thing would to bo gone over with again Everything I would eat or think would give such pain that I would pray to die I want sit that am diseased to be made WHOLE as I have been These statements are unsolicited by anyone are only made by me that my friends everywhere and oFpecially in Madison county may goai I have done and be healed My mind was directed to Professors Wilson Kennedy Magnetic Heal crp at Zmmnr Hotel Richmond Ky where I commenced taking treatment under The Wollmer method of Magnetic Healing following it up for 13 days without medicine I feel a new man again have no more pain Sometimes I have to pause and think whether it is I or not so far am I from pain and suf fering Before I took this treatment I whouM have to take lots of morphine to get any ease or rest Oftentimes my wife had to turn me in bed I AM JfOV A WELL MAN It is true I am not btrong ai I used to be but I am gaining in strength each day am nearly 53 years of age byaddressiugN B CREEKMORE They treat any and all diseases without the use of drugs or medicine J= c3c T S Sko Irjn to ascerUiiti its condition you may find that aInew one is neecssary Pave the way to home ItallvU LIE happiness by getting one of our EJP Eirti SOVES O R AINQES slE youFor LtIJgjl HEATMAKING APPARATUS S One of the ACORN RADIATOR at our glIiEIII BROSIc PI CATARRH CAN BE CURED MURDOCKS CATARRH CURE IT GOES TO EVERY PART SURE SAFE AND PLEASANT N fi- vEpryoarslia the medical fraternity sought a reliable anfltnre cure for CaUrrk In this or4ousaridshave reachthei i V MUr4oClcs Catarrh Cure Is a new and icientifie areparatlon and is to be maoked ia ItlInClform of Catarrh co matter what shape and cure where treatment Is continued for reasonable hvaiMmpleas good Beware of imtuyoni M they are worthless prepaidPut up in tin boxes 100per box IjiURDOCK OUR GoJtreatmentfor 80 dUlls Atteeia Ga I aov3lyk i J CST 8F CMMWAL AHMSSt Edward Atkinson In NewYork World It is not possible to set off the exact item of the money cost of the William Moiinley war upon the inhapitanfs of the Philippine Islands We are obliged to use his name as the title of the war although he may be merely the puppet worked by the jingoes whose motives are to get big contracts chiefly In China It has been well said by an English writer that when you scratch a jingo you find a plratean axiom which fits the jingoes of this country as well us those of England only the English jin goes fight themselves while our type do the dangerous part by deputy One item of the cost of criminal ag gression may be named and measured The representatives of the Administra tion bought the Spanish title to the Philippine Islands for 20000000 That title was not one of possession Spain never succeeded in getting possession of the Philippine Islands In the 400 years that have elapsed since Pope Alexander VI granted whatever tills he had to the New Word in 14U5 Our Peace Commissioners bought only a quitclaim deed of which the only basis Is the bull of the Pope 400 year old Our Commissioners are also estumcd to have bought 8000000 to 10000000 nig gers at about S2 per head This is a lov price Mr McKinley has admitted in the treat with the Sultan of Sulu that neggers are worth 20 a head and they may buy themselves of us at that rate through the agency of the Sultan but even that rate is too cheap The common estimate of the number of niggers in these Islands is 10000000 In our effort to enforce our title to them we have already spent more than 20 each and we have not yet established our claim Ten million tilggers at 0 each comes to 200000000 We spent that amount last year Although we cannot give the items we can get at a total up to date Our annual expenses for 20 years before the Spanish War were less than 5 a head Under the economic Administration of President Cleveland first term the average was f4 50 a head Ecfore he had left in his second term he ha I brought them down from a consider able excess over 5 to less than 5 Hall of this average of 5 was the cost o I government the other half went for pensions and interest on the Civil War debt The Spanish War was paid out of the Treasury reserve and by increas Lug the debt Last years extra expenses over 200000000 were almost wholly applied to buying niggers in the Philippines and trying to catch and subjugate them It is easy to prove these charges We number 7COOOOOO people At 5per head our national expenses ant taxes would have been S3SO000000 Mr Gages report proves that they were 005000000 and todays paperDecem- ber 24 states that the first act of the present Congress must be to coversI deficiency in the army anti last yearfs appropriation of over 50 000000 Therefore the cost of the Phil ippine niggers in the lost year end ing June 30 1893 was 225000000111 cash with 50000000 more due to makeup the deficiency That comes toS225 a head yet to PIY Yet our niggers who are in the custody of our slavekeep er the Sultan of Sulu may buy them selves at 20 each I A losing business Mr Gage guesses that he can get along with a little less money from the taxpayers of this fiscal year ending July 1000 but there does not seem to be much sign of it yet Our expendi ture since June 30 are very nearly il not quite at the old rate of last year 8 per head or at the rate of over 200 000000 for the price ol niggera of the present year and still the niggers re fuse to be bought They value them selves at a much higher price Up to date therefore we have spent 200000000 last year ending June SO 1899 100000000 this fiscal vear up tie December 31 with 50000000 to made up for deficiency and Mr Gagft gives a guess or estimate of nenrl head for next year or over 200000000 above the regular rate of5 If we succeed in enforcing our title in the next year 10000000 ItniggersIwill therefore have cost us jeach or 500000000 How did Mr McKinley and the jin goes behind him make such a bad mistake It cost the Koith and the South about 1600 each in cash and property destroyed to free our own niggers in the Civil War Before the war debt and the pensions shall all have been paid it will have cost us 3000 each to give freedom to 4000000 niggers who existed in 1865 The total with inter est up to the final payment of debt and pensions will come to over 12000000 000 Liberty has cost that sum of money and 500000 lives How much is It costing us tosnlijugate and deprive 10000000 nlg ers of their liberty How much money How many lives May the jingoes expect to subjugate the niggers at less than it cost fo free them What is the matter Is it a fact that Otis is a bad overseer who stays in Manila still trying to conceal the ghastly story of the hospitals while he sends out Lawton who would have stopped this accursed war had he been overseer to sacrifice his life in a cause which he detested What a pity it is that the jingoes who are pulling the wires could not have been sent from Washington to the firing line in the whichbrightensheart beat of every young wife Yet often the vision is never realized and laughterinfant of l theVeyes sadden and the heart crows bun urv Itoften that childlessness indtiu to conditions which Stay be corrected vitaIitlandwomanlyorgans Titifamous aingleto womenSick weak women are invited to con letterfreeaadlocal SAllr risThere ia neither alcohol nor other in Prescriptionopium cocaine and nil narcotic drugs OVtteightGtundyCouut bytwolief Atlastjreadjnoneof- your Memorandum Books DrFIeiws I tryIlls I g4r5katQe aNte tint tOIle gve eye andL u JIf Seine sure that it woaa care Jtttl MIlt e ikaIuuItIcsitfa 6oc boy at our house pro Meree PttNwant Plk wtMofe a yClOlMlitiOltfnl j m m iMentheir place in AVashlngtonI This ae cursed wnr would soon be stopped and the niggers would be given their right If snclinh exchange could be made Are we not paying too much for the privilege of subjugating nig gers and is it not about time for Mr ftlcKiniey iRnd his backers to tell us what he proposes to do with them after h iThreetion comes to 15 per family This indirect tax falls like the malaria of the Philippine swnmps and the bullets ol the Philippine gusts on rich and poor good and bud alike linrisois sews Comes from Dr D JJ CargHe of Whashita 1 T He writes Four bottles of Electric Bitters Jinx cured Mrs Brewer of scrofula which had caused her great suffering for years Terrible sores would break out on her head and fare and the best doctors could give no helpjbut her cure Is complete and her health is excellent Tills shows what thousands have provCltbat Electric Bitters is ihe best blood purifier known Its the supreme remedy for eczema letter snit rheum ulcers boils anti running sores It stimulates liver kidneys and bowels expels poisons helps digestion builds up the strength Only 50 cents Sold by Perry k Thomas Druggist Guaranteed 4 The maidens of Denmark never ex perience the pleasure of receiving aI diamond engagement ring They are presented with a plain gold bandy which is worn on the third linger of the left hand On the wedding day the bridegroom changes tho ring to the right third finger which is the marriage roger In that country I am indebted to One Minute Cough Cure for my health and life It cured grippeThouModsprompt action to this never Jailing remedy It cures coughs colds croup bronchitis pneumonia grippe and throat and lung troubles Its early use prevents consumption It is the only remedy that gives immediate results Perry Thomas jshewjaw what is the trouble be tween you and Miss Pyelr The trouble is this We decided two or three years ago to be married at the beginning of the twentieth century She takes the absurd ground that it begins January 11900 I want to marry of couse as much as she does but I simply wont yield to any such ridiculous contention Hylers Dyepepscia Tablets pleasant easy to take and give permanent re lief 30 days treatment Mailed on receipt of price MUBDOCK CURE Co nov29 ly Atlanta Ga It is a significant fact that when ever you hear of a man organizing Honest Ejection Leagues and pnrificationist parties the next thing you hear is that he has been caught trying to hubs somebody F B Thirkteld Health Inspector 0f Chicago8ays Kodol Dyspepsia Cure can not be recommended too highly It cured me of severe dyspepsia It digests what you eat and cures indigos tion heartburn and all forms of dye pepsia Perry Thomas We have often heard tho expression Honest John but until the Honest Election Leauge sprang Minerva like from the brain of John Whallen we never realized its true meaning The great county of Trigg sent a Republican postmaster for representa tive Trigg will keep on acting foolish until she finally sends a postal card lie Fooled The Sorgoon All doctors told Renick Hamilton ot West Jefferson 0 after suffering 18 monthsfrom Rectal Fistula he would die unless a costly operation was per formed i but he cured himself with five boxes of Bncklens Arnica Salve tbe surest Pile cure on Earth and the best Salve in the World 25 cents a box Sold by Perry Thomas Druggist 4 The king of the Hellenes delights in taking recreation in the fields He can plow cut and bindOrn milk cows and in short if necessary keep a farm going singlehanded The highest development of the sand wich man has appeared in Brooklyn He wore stilts and must have stood at least twelve feet above the pavement L T Travis Agent Southern R K Selina Ga I can not s v too CoughCureremedythatcoughs colds croup bronchitis and nndIhomasGov Bradley while advising Ills crowd to keep cool puffs the bellows weldinJherexample or advice is a matter of little concorn At the Victoria station Manchester a miniature electric line suspended from the Iron griders of the roof is used for conveying parcels and luggage from one part oL the building to an other curuforDeWittsThomas EMASCULATION Printed bj request copied from Lexington GaietteJ LEXINGTON Dec 20 law DEAR EDITOK In yesterdays paper we notice another outrage by a man of 35 years of ae upqi a child of ten and the pun ishment it is stated will probably be a short imprisonment when the wretch wilt bo turned loose upon the women ani children with no more control over his hasty passions than now or the Governor may pardon him beforo his term expires as a Christmas gift to the State as Gov Worth ngton did during hl8tormof officetimdothers We have observed for several years that these insane fiends like Coleman white and black have frequently made unsuccessful attacks upon women or children before and have escaped pun ishment on some technicality or waRt of witnesses They are generally men of mature yeara ad married men You dear sir and others have been urging that women mOnldrtn them selves for theIr own protection Men forget that the weakest wan tegeiietiil ly stronger than the stroig t woman beSd her evocation render K I IB pos role for a woman to jeo armed what could thw little girl of tea do to pio t et bwteif with atlt1 What rood or 1aid6itW S wtIh k4s fr1InWeI4raI H4 lf f 0 J f 1 1 is PfnkrWs Advice sMd Mrs Hayes From an Operation una TO XM TIKSSAII SO 643J anIexpriuse my thanks to you for your kind ad vice to me in regard to my health I had been running down in health for abbHV seven years I had doctored viUi good doctors arid taken a Ijrcat many patent medicines My began when my first child was born had a very hard time and after its irth would have severe flooding sjsells II Alter my second child I had very good health until lust winter wten I a gain became pregnant and suffered very much and miscarried I Same very bear dying and the doctor said I must harean operation which fright ened mevcry much and concluded toow rite to you for your advice and yourmediclnc Was troubled with the whites great pain in back and hips sometimes when lying down or sitting yras unable to get up Would Jxave such pain In groins could hardly walk leaR say I have never seen any thing so wonderful as Lydia E Pink hams Vegetable Compound and Sana tive Wash Your remedies have dono wonders for me Hoping that many of iny suffering sisters may be led to take your medicine from reading this letter I remain sincerely yours Has MARY HATES nABrmsBtnui Kr Letters like the foregoing should convince everyone that Mrs Pinkhims advice is certain help fear and utterly unable to protect t 4Weished severely for even approaching a child of the tender ago of ten or twelve ears on such subject If he tries to persuade to give hint her property would he not be punished Is not the chastity of women and children of more value than goldlWe believe thi seems be abroad in the land to be the effect of the law in regards to tile protection of irls called the twhichpreaching girls of seven ten or twelve years in the different States jKontucky law says at twelve years a child can consent her rain yet the same child is not deemed io be able legally to give away a pair of gloves So that theyare left to the pnyof every lewd man provided ho can persuade these babies to do his will How can fathers make such laws who have daughters of this age and who must know how trustful they are in older persons and that they are likely to believe what an old man tellj them We believe that when a man like this one who has tampered with the chasti ty of a child of ten or twelve years or has attempted such assaults before upon women or girls should be triedand if found guilty he should be emasculated and compelled to stay with his family and support them The whole iaumnbeii of those men who outraged mos- tunfortunate woman in Covington who was attacked while walking with her husband shouldjie now operated upon and turned loose instead of their famil ies being without support and the State being burdened with them and their remaining a menace to all women when their term of imprisonment is over Every one of these men who stood and looked on so heinous an act will in all likelihood try to perpetrate the same deed at some time Such as Anderson and these mcn hould not be allowed to perpetuate their kind of creatures Our law makers and protests are asked to consider this suggestion since burning banging cutting up while alive and every hellish torture that men can conceive has been tried by mob law to abate this terrible mania as some call it and fail to intimidate We believe that this will be a protection if promptly enforced and that it will lessen if not obliterate these fearful Colbman scenes and be also morn hu mane Let our present Legislature pass upon the subject we need a swift and deterrent punishment at once Very Respectfully MANY MOTHER All exchanges please copy TilE LYNCHING OF COLEMAN IN KEN TUCKY FOR ASSULTING A LADY TO TILE EDITOR OF THE SON Silt Your correspondent Mr P flutist Tompfcinsin yesterdays Sun says that the negro Coleman was murderer no more no less I take strong ex ceptions to this statement While a Northern man and more than that New Englander by birth I have ever considered such an assault as his on a woman as a crime ten thousand times blacker and more horrible than murder It strikes at the very foundations of our homes amidmust be prevented at all hazardsaorganizttiouhas hundred murders and in that entire time there has not been a single legij execution in the county Was it not with this state of affairs fair to presume that one or two on the Jury would vote against capital punishment This is the conclusion which the friends of Mrs Lashbrooks reach and they felt that tier blood and dishonor called out front heaven for vengeance Coleman received lib just deserts WILLIAM HUSKS Greeuup Ky Dee 22 THE COMPLIMENTS OF IRVINE KY Irvine Esiill county Ky Is located on the batiks of the beautiful stream that derives its name from tho State 4d miles cant of Lexington the capital sqrrouucJecJhjnaturo eVer painteditime ideal dream o the artist Looking southward you can view miles of landscape dosing its nearer margin withthe broad and ferr tile bottomlands verging on the riverside Turn to the east and you behold a scene that startles the beholder with wonder as to whore nature found Its model for each grandeur Tbiri is htan overgrown sketch come andsea It and you will confess i with Stiebas Queen of old that tue halt has not been told A beautiful mountain peak towers above the outskirts of tins utile jnoiinv lain city kissing tIme clou b and rescind blfng globe of silver when touched by time raya of thin rising sun Facingj northward your gaze rests upon thq noted Etilf Springs where within ong hundred ceotspnreollmY81ak your thirst and recuperate your physi cal power at bubbliug spring linctur ed with white and red sulphur witlif iron and with the pure refreahine freestone water Of this 400 acres of he Uhr nomaa ha ipvpr found words to pottrip the hfcHlthlKspIriug and lifegiving triiiclplea ol Its balmy airJ its Mlnbdoas waters and its more titan lovely wrr MHfciiwi 1JttP 1nJ sgineyoersehp ifthdi8 itt the piazza ola 800rooa hdtel na1tq llfIIrymocii l 1t W t- veIiiuI n 11 J win bebVldre huge iroa horses draw ing the Louisville Atlantic railroad trains taking away thousands of staves linIandrailroad ties tanbark brink and lime Where is another spot on earth that can equaf this About 2000 happy people make this place and its immediate vicinity their home and there is room for many more men of industry men of energy and men of money A hub and spoke factory a stove foundry another plan ing mill and a number of other indus tries can find ample room here Freight rates can be regulated as we have both river and railway transportation Men seeking investments have nly to come to Irvine and see what nature has done for her and that all that is needed to develop this vigorous babe into a mighty giant is capital antI energetic men To give an idea of the business Interests of tbis little city we have otis lumber plant that cuts about 50000CO feet of merchantable lumber a year we have another plant that cuts 6 U1e3 5OOoooCell asset every foot of last years production line been sold Some 75 000 logs Lave been purchased for this point for the sawing of the present year About seventy ve men are employed in this industry alone The railroadtie business is eimply immense furiiisliin workJor 150 men The stave interest forms quito a factor in the business of this place Five stave mills woiking 00 employes and finishing for the mar et 3500000 staves are located in Irvine and its immediate vicinity These industries pay their men here and their wages are spent with our merchants The business men of this city are all prosperous but as said we need capital to push and enlarge our undeveloped resources We have the finest iron ore in the world within five miles of our corporate limits and coal without stint to turn he wheels of countless factories There is here a safe and substantial banking institution and lately there has been incorporated the Irvine Land Loan Investment Company to assist in developing and building tip this town Col W 0 Riddell a practical basin s man and one of largo experience in all the details of this kind of busi ness has been made Secretary of this Company and he has thrown all time energy of his disposition all the wealth of his business talent antI all the stores of his exhaustless knowledge the subject into this enterprise of his life All seeking information about a splendid place in which to safely and profitably invest their money should address the genial Colonel and we feel assured from our knowledge of him that all such epistles will meet with a prompt and hearty responseIWe must not omit an exceedingly important feature of our wellbeing Irvine is as an educational point un surpassed in natural advantagesand in location by no place in time Grand Old Commonwealth Situated at the base of the spurs of the foothills of the Camberlands bound on the east by the most educationally progress of the mountain counties ot the State and touching on the oilier cardinal direc tiotis the rich and cultured Blue Grass counties of Clark and Madison it draws patronage from the one on nc cout of its sup fbr facilities and the cultivation of its pcople while to the other side its greatest attractions are its whplesomo fresh mountain air its unparalleled healthfullness and its con tiguity to Estill Springs a health resort of jhe standing of threequarters of a Century Its school house is newcom modious and supplied with all modern appliances for the successful education of youth and the record of the pst few years shows a marked prog ress in their physical mental and moral training Two conveniently located and pleasantly arranged houses of wor ship supply time religious needs of the peoplethe one tho property of the SI E Church South and the other belonging to the Christian denomination so that no pupil need lack instruction in the principles of the Christian faith Students from the normal training department of the Irvine school are fill ing by the scores the imporaht positions of heads of schools in this and ndfiin Ine counties A Rubber Tire Factory Here MrS L Midkiff has installed the first and only plant in the county for the construction and repair of rubber tires for vehicles and is turning out factory workTat less than factory prires We examined his work and found it equal to any in service He will be pleased to exhibit his ownfactory work and quote prices He puts rubber tires on old wheels and the life of the vehicle is prolonged so that twice their cost issavednot to mention the comfort derived oct2otf fMikloft I Sin tittti Mm pn Elfect December 5 l55 J DAILY 11XC11T SUNDAY pm an m pm 200 620 Lve nlcbmoudAtItx1 7M1 2 55 7 09 Winchester lf42 6 830S4042871DAsk l r tIckets via Fan J1tle wioNQIA EilBTHIEM Tke piueeit schedule of Illinol Central Rail rOM ma4djtlon t shortening tho time to EaslerlkaBThojleatffltVestlbutledLlnmlted nicatiosedIerrory FrReeIHaIClaalr weeklyrwKLve Louisville every Thursday j 9 25Bm 18amArt28pmAn4tpsiArrpiAxeAH k ft trte Wittw ltHtlt CaSfesk tehRuaSeMe 8k Jt H loler Travel Pas- srAstIsch4Ie Xy WMAISLtLLIcALA 4 1 H LAv tpb Ill ot lrT f PLEASE I TRY I CANDY CATHARTIC I lOc 25c SOc I aftTENTS DESIGNS D TRADEMARKS AriD COPYRIGHTS F OBTAMED ADVICE AS TO PATENTABtLfTY Notice In Inventive Age FREEDookIIowtoObt1flPat5ithf5arges Is secured Letters Address SIGGERS Patent Lawyer Washington C EQUAL TO ANY EMERGENCY The man is who lisa a good sound reliable carriage under him He can rest secure in the thought that when he has one of oUr well made reliable pluctbns carriages runabouts whale bone speeders or road carts that come what may on the road his wagon never will give way We havo one of the finest stocks of road wagons rocka wavs and rubbertired RIch- mond JOHN DONELSON Propr Kentucky Carriage Works YOU ABE A DEMOCRAT andof coursewant a Democratic news paper The Chicago Dispatch is the Greatest Democratic Weekly Newspaper of the Country It advocates the readoptlon of tho platform and the re nomination of William Jennings Bryan Tnere has never been a political campaign that will equal in importance that of the ono to be fought next year The Republican party backed by time money power of this country and Europe is alert anti ngRressivs Flushed with the victory of three years ago it will seek by every means in its power to maintain its supremacy Democrats must be up and doing They must wage au unceasing war upon their enemies In no better and more effective way can this be done than the circulation of good souni- Democratic newspapers The publisher of The Chicago Dispatch will send a a copy of The Chicago Dispatch from now until January 1 1001 for 50 cents If you are pot already taking Isis great political weekly send in ten cents at once You should not only do this yourself but you should induce till voile friends to join with yon By a little effect you can easily raise a club of ton or twenty subscribers byWilliamDemocratic leathers Address THE CHICAGO DISPATCH 120 and 12 Fifth Avenue oct4tf Chicago Illinos L A E H TimeTable No1 Taking Effect Sun day November 19 1890 tat Class2d Class 5A5TBOUXD iExSun AMVersailles10Nicholisvllle ii 02 1 00 6 33 ValleyView 1128 73 M Million U 41 v co 9 30 Richmond Ii 68 805 900 P M Union 12 13 00 Moberley 1218 00 Braasflcj1230 1025 Panola 1235 i040 Irvine 1 05 11 35 N f No T No 8 No 10 WEST Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex Sun atIrelnePanoIaL 2 10 05 20tloberley232 BIchmond 6 05 2 45 2 35 15Valley430VenalllCA M PM P iC P31 SoutherntralDI trainsto3 W ROCK Train W B ADAMS +SuperintendentSOIJTF1RN Rfiht WfYa IN KENTUCKY Scbftdolit In sWeet November 10 1889 BA8TBOCWI1 NO L NO 3 No3 IViftaArAr Lareneebif BSOam BS5pm is4Spm lOOipmArWFaTnOWD RiroT No4 Lv Lexington 7SOam 425pm lam- Ar Versaillesi IMam rpm 5S5am Ar Larentebc 1810am ttllpm 53am Ar Shelbj lllo ftOpm 6IC Ar LouliTllle iKXHtiinj 73pm 7J am KASTnouwo I1UOI1ND- No lilNo 111 STATIONS No J2fKo 141 S30pm 7lainr r IxiuUvll Arl 73 pm10HOam 808pm COamlLv LarncbrKArl Mpm SIOam rpm lo43am arhiarodcigt 4= 7ithut UfpmilOunB45Tn0I1Np Ko J5rtNo 67i STATIONS TNoTltltNoTiS UOpmlIMpm laisamLy Venlles Ar 7Mium 415pm l4ipmTl0pmll51am IUTJIOI1N WESTBOUND ti4 t tNo I tTATtoitiL jfNo LtNov 2 7I0prn02OaMrrofam1511pmJlm L46ptuai74ItpesArLexIugton 7SOamArSavannijuSiSeinLJaukosTmu Lv Ckatiscuoa fOWam uiJamAriscoetaO0jmlvCiuatLsnuos ILSSamArAr New Orlc rn Main Jsksouviilqvia Hitulngkam LoutsvhhIsIIeLculvltlfIleStLouiSLoiIeviiixlTic L4NIAIIfIPI LoulillloLexlq1MJI aa4 Bet cVerI4ilic Hid Ieorigwui Woe 16 ss4 se4fly llo S7itd 18 i5Iws m VeMlalllesNlclloleuiu Mia md slid Jrrteo tfallr eacept Soxlhr V tt UlrM f Slat Otk r IMM 4I15- pVPsGMP II J M tiIMoT K DOWtiwteaDGWSr 1 1 f r 3 J DOOQO A TO t D OJ ITI 0 en 0 fHcnJ L I DRUGGISTS 24 BOON MANKIND TABLERS BUCKEYE IIPILE CURE A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBES BY MAIL 75 CENTS BOTTLES 50 CENTS JAMES F BALLARD Sole Proprietor a 310 North Main Street ST LOUIS MO For sale by PERRY THOMAS Druggists3an11y Pittsburg Central Stock Yards EAST LIBERTY PA OFFER SUPERIOR ADVANTAGES TO SHIPPERS Yards have been enlarged and rearranged- It is the nearest point to the Eastern market BEST DISTRIBUTING POINT EAST OF INDIANAPOLIS forBalti more Washington Philadelphia New York and all Eastern markets Good buyers always in attendance for export cattle and all other kinds of stock Consignments for Commission firmsgiven grompt attention IItIVATE SOSSB SALES EVERY r7EESDAT Simon ODonnell General Manage- r11adison Monumental Works9 ESTABLISHED 1863 JAMES T HAMILTON PROPRIETOR Monuments Tombs Headstones Statuary and Foreign and American Marble and Granite MM FIRE WORK A SPECIALTY 4 ++ Those who are contemplating buying Marble Granite or any kind of Cemetery Work will find it to their interest to call at the old stand in the rear of the M E Church on Irvine Street where they will find constantly on hand a large stock of finished work to select from at prices to suit all ellipses of buyers ffMR W G GOUOHER ono of the best workmen in Central Kentucky is in charge of our establishment anti this means satisfactory work in every phase Parties living at a distance should write to us for designs which will be furnished on application jYOIJR PATRONAGE SOLlCITEDv l JAMES T HAMILTON Proprietor S Hot Blast Peninsular J wDeabk KMtcr with Tt Kettfe tOK b eHl ++ + ++ + +++ 4444 ++ p 4 SMOKE CONSUMING R FURNACE f5 perforakutmaiXcrringamundiopofheavyftrept fuelMblrInsureltdurablUty fPOWERFUL FLOOR HEATEU JJr outerSoowk SWILL HEAT KOOM UPSTAIRS flooraboveSnopemmIafcsnhole kItI r FIKB CONTROLLED TO A DEGREE SfStf Draft eslatoe on Feed nail Ash Pit Doors are ralre seated f Sbaoluely all Uht aR4 Wsrrautttl to remain so They are iJlwkeaCall at MM OASXjrASpWAKS HOUSK of 4 1Q cu 11 5QS 1 beateraI mchllv i