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Digital page images are linked to the text file. q 1w 1TI R n iri II 0NIJ o HCUMA 1 h II VOLUME 26 RICHMONIr MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY EBBUARY 14 1900 NUMBER 371PROFESSIONAL CARDS ATCOIWTSYS R E ROBERTS ATTOIINEYATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY g Office over Climax Office with Jas B Mc rrcary Second Street RW MILLER ATTOBSBTATLiW RICHMOND KMBTUCW Office In the BurnamBulldtnE next door to armera National Bank febSIy ScrIJLrv NJA ATTOKNKYATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office over State Bank Trust Co op posite Court House on Main Street JCDMOHENAULT ATTORNEYS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen anlts grocery W R LETCHER A ttorneyatLa KKIIMOND KEXTOCKY- OtlUe with T J Smith Jr over Covmgton MitehuHa T C Lowry AtlormyatLaw Jloborley Building Richond Ky PHTSIOIANS DRS GIBSON GIBSON PHYSICIAKK AND SURQEOKS RICHMOND KENTUCKY x Office in tbe joe IVlim banding it and 20 Sec ond Street over White t old drugstore f CHAS C HOOKER FETERINARY SURGEON Graduate Ontario Vetainary Colltge Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty aaOffice up stairs over store recently accn by Richmond Harness Co East St ichraond Kyapr7ly II C JASPER M D Medicine and Surgery Oflice Prather Building Main Street Telephone at residence the Cart place on Broadway RICHMOND KENTUCKY EVANS M ft Gw TlIYBiCIAN AND SORQSON RICHMOND KENTUCKY DENTAL SUBaEBY DT 1ae1Ie t ttnS01 DENTIST OP LOUISVILLE Ky iraOfflco next door to Government Building RlcbmHnd Ky Office hours J to 121 to i novlTly 17 FRED SMITH DENTIST 07Office over Taylor Bros Hardware Store Main Street JanlZly Dr Louis Ha landraan No West Ninth Street Cincinnati Ohio will be at M M Millers residence second door lo Poatofflco ltichmondKyo- nWEDNESDAY FEB 14 1900 returning every aecond Wednesday o each month Reference every physician of Richmond Kv feblSly Dr Ra Goldstein The Optic Specialist = ot No Ml Fourth Avenue Louisville will be at the OiynIon Hotel Richmond TUESDAY FEBRUARY 20 returning one day each month Eyes exam ined and glasses scientifically adjusted I PATENTS I ADVICE AS PATENTABIU1 p Notice in Inventive Age p Book How to obtain Patents DESIGNS OBTAINED FREE Charvu moderala No ree tin toIfenUs secured r Letters strictly oonedentlal 1dress- EI SIGGERS Patent Lawyer Washington DC t2 WORTh OF IUKSKNTS For 50c worth of work We are giving away watches blcvdes sewing machines guns Ac c to introduce our paper PASTIM Eo a highclass illustrat ed fninlv paper of from 10 to 32 large pages 01 to 128 columns of Chics Good Stories Literainre Art Humor Letteri of Travel in Koriejrn Umdp c c And all you have to do to get 42 worth of presents ill to gt 20 subscribers at lOc each Send lOc in stamps for lull particulars long Jiof presents and our paper PASTIME for C months A Idress TIlE PASTIME Co Louis VillA Ky WONDERFUL IMSCOVKKY Not only cures but keeps well Is sold by air organized company of re sponsible business men and has en dorsement of thousands of Clergymen and noted peoplethroughout the coun try We speak of that wonderful In Btrumeut JSIectropOise and ask your careful examination into the cures it has wrought Col A P NunaUy of the InterOcean Chicago writes early three years experience with Electropolee only confirms the truth of your claims I sav my friends that this instunient is a most wonderful in vention and I would not part with mine if I could get another Send address for onr book gives letters from people who have been cured by Else r tropoise ELECTROPOISE CO 513 Fourth Avenue Lovisville Kyt sept 27lyr Cbssapeiis uQho Efaj Time of Trains at Winchester Ky WESTBOUND ML Sterling and Lexington Accom 13 181 Eastern for Loalsvllle 7 30 ne Morehead and Lexington Accom8 80 pm New York Limited PFV 4 pin EAST BOUND Lexington and Morehead Accom 9 15 New York Limited F P V11 M am Lexington and Mt Sterling Accom S W pm Washington Expresa 1128 piu Accommodation trains run daily ereept Sill Other trains run dally- TbroDghaleepmgnd dintag car aenIee II WewYort For inform tloa rates or aleeperr erv can onorvrlte K iOODA1Ieat IjA XJIr juc uu or jDh Ceuaty Cevrl sayS Paris Bourbon coanty first Sfonrl y MoadayMonday Lexington Payette county second Stanford Lincoln county second Mug dayGeorgetownScott county third Moa day f Danville Boyle county tliinl jtoa tay- Nicholasville Jcssatuino county third MondayWinchester Clark county fourth MondayVersailles woodford connty fourth Monday IT IS NO BURDENw- hen a PIANO or ORGAN is pur chased Lere Our system of easy payments enables any one to en joy the music of 1t CSUum 15 without depriving themselves of necessary comforts One of these INSTRUMENTS would make a superb HOLIDAY PRESENT Why not come in and look at these special bargainsHARDING IRIKHM H G KENT AGENT RICHMOND KY Our Goods AND+ Our prices Compel you to trade withus when you give us a trial jhB ffi B j f3 fsal ID fe illiID ffi 1 QAni1i3 The ladies cannot be deceh ed by catchy phrases nor bombastic claims All we have to say is we buy in the best markets of the world select the latest goods and when you buy you know you have the latest uptodate goods Is that what you want If so trade with white AND Gi bson1 SALESMAN WANTED I Enclose Stamp for Particulars wllhoutInjury PRICE 50CTS PER BOX KINKIEndorsed by tho United States Health Report DARRAGH RICH New York Soui MAJroFAcruaEJU- lJan312w +CALL AT + ++ j1tSALOON IWHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found dispensedbydating clerks OcBBlB Saratoga Water Kept SB Tap sssSs Phone 3 Second St RICHMOND KY TO FLORIDA DOUBLE DAILY FASTTRAIIS VIA THESOtrrBERKlWLWATFor ERN ILULWAY with connections presents the most superior schedules through carsee tntageneralJydorts DOUBLEDAILY TRAINS tram Cincinnati and Louisville in connection with the Queen Crescent Route via Chattanooga Jesnp asS The Plant System THROUGH 8LEEPINaCAE from Cincin nati to JacktoaTille with convenient connec lions from Louisville via KnOiville Ashernie and Savannah This is the Scenic BonU through the MooEtalns of Western North Cam UnaTLe Land of the Sky Also through Sleepingcars from St Louis to Jacksonville in connection with the LK fit L Railroad Air LineTla Louisville and through sleepingcars from Manse City to JkcksouvIlU the CF 8 M Railroad IB connection with THE SOUTHERN RAILWAY via Birmingham Atlanta Jeenp and The Plant System The fast Kansas City Jacksonville Limited only thirtyeight hours from Kansas City to laekacnvllle All ot connecting lines sell throne Winter Excursion tickets ia TUB SOUTH ERN RAILWAY to the Resorts of Florida and the South Maps schedules booklets and lnfoUoll ladled free to any address byJ BEAK JK N WPA8Q Adsms St Chicago 1OABAimc Trav PaHrAeLovJnllleJCy CeaPssr AWaMdtog C WII1I Tavassi- i t GIL Paw Au o4MqMi JT- t ii u ANNOUNCEMENT pa COUSTT CUBS ARCHLVANAUMto the cttoa el tho Democratic Party RATRURIcto thectOn of the Democratic Party VEVr8asdIdateacifem of the Democratic party MXILLEUaject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce JESSE subjecttoJOE tmsuirr We are authorized to announce JOHN P Madisonvonntyeubject wDULARDDemocraticparty TINGENTRYDemocraticparty BROADDUSsubject to the action of the Democratic party rca ASSESSOR OLDIIIAYDemocraticWe are authorized to announce JAB L Madisoncountysubjectparty GEORGENOLANDcounty subject to the action of the Democraticparty WDEATRERAQEM dlsoa subject to the Iction of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce BUD DUNN Assessorsubjectvon JAILKB OLACKEYcounty subject to the action of the Democratic party GPARRtSHcounty subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce JACK ROSS a candidate for Jailer of Madison county for theDemocraUc PERKINSaction of the Democratic party HARD LUCI SPECIAL WRITEUPS HARD LUCK FEn 2 1900 Editor Climax The lion Bill Simpkins of this place said for lUll to tell you to please announce in your paper that he had a lost boy and was willing to pay 10000 reward for the return of him He is about the size of an elephant bare footed in his fathers boots riding a onewheeled bicycle crossways at the rate of about thirty miles a minute When last seen his hair was long enough to reach from Hard Luck to Salt Creekwhich is 14 miles as the crow files and he had on his back a bag containing twobushels of bung holes and railroad tunnel He was sprained In his lett forq leg and blind in the off bind leg and wore n mutton chop top undercoat with a beefsteak lining He was deaf in his right eye and his hair was cut curly and he was cross eyed in the back of his neck atilt was born three years previous to his older brother his mother being present on the occasion and liLt motherinlaw is his step aunt on his lathers side Anyone giving information leading to tile detection of the aforesaid boy will be stnt up for liFeand maybe longer Apply by cable direet to the Hon BiU Simpkins Hard Luck This camp Is noted for big eaters big liars and bad men But since taking a trip upon Hardwicks Creek near Clay City I find that place to be even as equal The following was related as an actual fact by the people of that place who I dont think would toll a lie Albert Holman said he saw a man walk into a store at Clay CIty and pay the storekeeper 50 cents for to turn himself loose In the store and help himself to all he could cat The anent 14 cans of oysters and then the storekeeper gave his money back to him to stop at that and eat no more Someone else spoke up and said that be saw a man come One night to the Rev Ike Sams and eat four dozen egus as fast as they could cook them And still another spoke up and said that that was nothing for he saw a man at Mizcs store pay for and eat a whole raw middlen of meat before leaving the store The mans name was Strange While writing I will take advantage and tell you of our beautiful city Hard Luck Is situated midway between Buzzard Roost and Joo Junks moon shine still 47 miles nort1eastof Troa blcsometown on the Grand Trunk Valise railroad and on the banks ot that beautiful and odoriferous stream SUnk Creek The town was laid out when the earth was revolving on its axis at a rapid rate of speed which caused the carpenters to get dizzy headed and scatter the houses all over the town We have a population of about 200 including dogs cats etc I ALL WOMEN AGREE- A druggist in Macon Ga says I have sold a Urge gunntltyof Metkers Friend and never an in stance where it has failed to produce the good results claimed for it women agree that makes labor shorteraad ks painful MothersFriend is not a chance remedy Its cood effects are readily experienced by all expectaM mothers use ago itSHdthe cxperlnMntal stage While it always shortens labor tad lessens the pains et delivery it fc also o the reatCstb it durtflc the earlier months of KCCIMMIW akkesa sad 1t te readily overcome and the HnieisKobx s the strained muscles permitting them M expaoo Ith ut cat slngdistreH Mothers poftItgtherapid Danger fro rising sail swelled bracatt is tHe away wkh comptoftrfr- StH by tfnsnista ttr W a billIe ThE BtiADREU RBO4JLATOH CO ATLITA CIf s e MM bk qIssit J C r I1 b have heard speak of Richmond bit do not know WBch of iLHuveyOB BO large jwpwfctjon SB we Theirejilof eyollhavor is mud before election but alter wards assumes Ills own He Is generally a very nice person I think he gets something like 50 per suit all the prizemoney there ia In the mayor ship Dewey and Satunsqw made lots of prize money I see HiIVetbandOluband Hard Luckr Have you any theaters In Kichmond We have a large one here seating 100 people The stage is also very large i In fact the stage ia tIe largest part of the theater I mean Last winter we save a grand amateur enteitainment Uncle Turns Cabin ii of course played the cabin That Is until Bill Sin letrws bulldog our only bloodhound chewed off my rear addition Oh my I You dont know how funny I felt getting up before that large houseful of empty seats It waS given for the benefltof poor family we took in 75 cents It was not very starvingthroughto show their gratitude drew p10 out of the bank and gave ns a grand supper It was very kind of them but I think that it was vera foolish of them to spend money so foolishly when they are so poor without a cen to their names All their money beib f in the name of a near relative To close I will saythat if ever you are within a mile of our house I hope you will stay there alKnight Verily YoursD- LtTE08ASS BILL The Hyena from Hard Luck his Life Was Saved Mr J E Lilly a prominent citizens of Hannibal Mo lately had a wonderful deliverance from a frightful death In telllnKofJt he says 1 was taken with Typhoid Fever that ran into Pneumonia My lungs became hard ened I was so weak I couldnt even sit up In bell Nothing helped me I expected to soon die of Consumption when I heard of Dr Kings New Discovery OnO bottle gave great relief 1 continued to use it and now am well and strong I cant say too much in its praise This marvelous medicine is the surest and quickest cure In the world for all Throat and Lung Trouble Regular size 50 cents and 100 Trial bottle free at Perry Thomas Drug Store every bottle guaranteed 2 They used to say in referenco to Mr Bryan that New York State and pat ticularly New York City was the enemys country After the reception accorded him in New York City last week that idea will have to be abandoned- It has been supposed that Connecti cut too was hostile territory But the enthusiasm of Mr Bryans receptions in Stamford and New Haven last week proves the contrary Then there is New Jersey the home of the trusts Surely that is the enemys country nut even there though Mr Bryan had been advised that any references to bimetallism in his speech v6nld be unpopular he did not heed the warning and strange to say no evidence of any great antipa thy to the subject was manifest as the nonpartisan Associated Press report puts it If neither New York nor Connecti cut nor even New Jersey is the ene mys country where is itDuffalo Times I had bronchitis every winter for permnInentMinute Cough Cure I know it is the best cough medicine made J Koontz Cory Pa It quickly cures coughs colds croup asthma grippe and throat and lung trouble childrens favorite remedy Cures quickly Perry et Thomas During the civil warseys the Boston Transcript the Law school at ProiessorsThey were divided in their political views and each did his best to maintain his opinion Professor Parker was one day asked How do you get along on politics at Law school Nicely he answered We are equally divided But how ran that be continued the inquirer Thereare three of you I EasyenouKh3replied the professor Par writes on one side and I on the other aad Waahburn he speaks on one side and votes on the other Each Package of PUTMAN FADELESS DYE colors more goods than any other dye and colors them better too Sold KyThomasKy feb6lm TAKE CARE OF AtOTHERI Dout forget mother my boy dont forget mother just because you have other loves and many cares to fill toai attention Can you not see she is grow jug old More tenderly and wistfully her eyes follow you and her old heart aches for your return of the careseg she has always given her boy Her step ia less elastic no w The rosa OB her cheeks have faded chilled by the reeziK breesee of old ate The BBOW drifts of time lie tenderly on her tern plea The record of her care for YOt1 of her troubles and sorrows are furrows Upon her face Some dayIt milot be long you will walk about the oW home with hwbed footsteps Into the dear old chamber you will steal to bid goodbye to thu d red face so strangely white And white yoe bend over to catch her pajrtieg btoeelaff be Aug4 of death will glide into her heart and mother will fall aefeep Then It maybe with a heart full of rwserse for your negtect ycm will eekuew friends bet ROM imi ever flit the piece of mo4herWeldy Zaqidrer liMIMekslrhPft Was the remlt ol Mr iplMidld health Indomitable will MM tr 4aK SkMIIchnut of order Ify9t w aataJiti c and the Mccwi they bring nsa- Dv Kiags New Ufta Pill fie tIe vsdsp yey pewer of le1S bedy iIy e NLPtrr 8JbrtI a a i= IIc j4 f- UNION CITY DeL ye V Smallpox has not reached our town yet colh1C11HeY T C Ecton preached to a large congregation Sunday last HamiltonMtMrs Samuel Jett returned to her home in Winchester Friday Mrs Thoe Ellison has returned from a visit to Mrs li Co Shipp at George Frank Gentry Parrishof New Orleans is the guest of friendb at this place Mr James Dozier the polite liver man of Richmond visits our town real oftenMiss Gertie Todd has returned home after a weeks stay with Mrs W A Williams at Red House Mr W F FerVIH has returned to his home in Georgetown after a delightful visit with his parents Mr and Thomas Ferrill at this place Miss Mattie Ferrill returned home Wednesday after a delightful months Winchester where she was the guest of Miss Sarah Jett Sue was accompanied home by Mrs Slim Jett VasaysNothlugspepsia Cure One dose relieved me digestswhatsia Perry Thomas PAINT LICK Delayed Mr James Henderson died at his home near Lowell on January 27 after a long and painful illness and was buried Sunday in old Paint Lick cemetery Several from a distance attended the burinl Mr anti Mrs Edward Newland of London Mr and Mrs Dunn of Danville and Mrs Frith of BroadheadOur was greatly sadden ed and shocked by the news that flash ed over the wires on Titesdayannounc ing the murder of Governor Goebel Truly our affairs are in a de plorable condition and we believe like the ministers of Frankfort that it is time for humiliation and prayer that the proud banner of our grand old Commonwealth may yet be raised from the dust and we may once more be a happy and prosperous people The O L S C was very delightfully entertained aLa recent meeting by Mr and Mrs Echols After study of the regular lesson the circle listened with interest to a carefully prepared paper on French history 17921892 by Dr Chas Edwin Poyntz Miss Fannie Wallace also read a short tonepoem on JEvnnpeline The last meeting was hospitablehomeWe would heaitlly recommend the Chautauqna Reading Course to any ourcountyiwbocourse They will find it extremely profitable and pleasant raysDeWittsmore good than any pills I ever took constipationblliousne Perry Thomas GLEANINGS FROM A RURAL SHEET IN THE OLD NORTH STTE Life Is not so very stagnant in North Carolina if we may judge from these items in a recent issue of a rural North Carolina paper Miuj Williams has had hiaJeg cut off in a saw mill Col Scott happened to the accident of having his head blown off bya boiler explosion Our new preacher bad his honee burned down recently Five Mormon elders were tarred and feathered yesterday The new Town Hall was struck by lightning oil Tuesday A circus mule kicked one of our leading citizens on Saturday evening last The new Coroner was run over by a railroad train Wednesday There is no news of importance in town New York Tribune LADIES For relief of women Chester Tansy Tablets worth their weight in gold Asafe and certain monthly regulator SI a box M CKDOCK CURE Co nov29 ly Atlanta Ga HER HAT CAME OFF During a performance in Detroit a young woman with a hat received the following note per usher from a man behindCould you take offyour hat wayIt butI paid to SEE this play The hat came off New York Tele gram MrsJC MIllerNewton Hamilton Pa write I think DeWitts Witch Hazel Salvo the grandest salve made eyorytllingAllPerry Thomas The following items is going tile round Joseph Bailey living near Oxford Scott county bought It sycamore tree from Wesley Wells While cutting it with an ar he saw Eomethini bright and on ijcaminatioa found 5OQ In silver Is t hollowofjthaltrea If you have any sycamore trees nows tbs time to examine their Insides la Lire t CiM Is Use Bay Take Laxative BretJ10 Quinine Tablets All drujvMto refHnd the money if it flte to cure 3c E No Groves aig B tareia Iahhox ect256m HW T IJWHE TIlE WEATKER A subscriber wrote sd asked an ed itor what ort of weather k would probably be the next week The editcr aiMweredi The weather next week will probably be like your subscription to this paper The wberlber puzzled Ills tainJ10ra wliileio tKwk what the editor eoold me a Finally lie thought ofu tedaM sent the money to pay upby the next Mil An cxcbMce tnrthf till Htys A tanas tocg e hi a itWMM t and it often results in hte tIIsb For example your tone 1ocamifclily and that semebodjr pSfaetertw poe with lead Tlw tOHujte w that sess is a disease Wad tWilafeitiffMt people claim this the ballet hr aneh cases k tWdtaeiiwWtTra differ The ballet W oily ajreeetie w a toetcMt DeWla ir WdIHaMw 1- 8qJoNIiI an p lse higeifss And skis fa rt orWa WitCh Hiwt 8M lewe ofenaerf 41 Pee aWbV Pvi Ia Tasii f j Marrying a girl fur her beauty Is hko eating a canary for its rii- gingflYOThf HAIR TURNINGGRAY sayDoesstreaks of gray Are pleased Do your friends of the same age show this loss of power also grayhairwithout help while dark hair rapidly becomes gray when once the change begins AllersYlloIr JVIqor I- will bring back to your hale the color of youth It never fails It is just as sure as that heat melts snow or that water quenches fire It cleanses the scalp also and prevents the formation of dandruff It feeds and nourishes the bulbs of the hair making them produce a luxuriant growth It stops the hair from falling out and gives a fine soft finish to the hair wellWe a book on the lisle anti Scalp which jou may obtain tree upon request if you not obtain alt the benefits you expteted heftoibonI of the Vigor rite Addreu OR J C AYER Lowell otaaa RrCENtDn FOR WEAK MEN Tho great French Remody Is within 6117 powerfullynaGtrsultofZO day use of RECENERO Youngmcn will regain their lost manhood and Old Men onotorcountzyCan wcnIIICSrculara free Address tho American omco of BORMDX MEDICM Cof ta vw For sale by Perry Thomas sept3ly flereIA Rubber Tire Factory MrS L Midkiff has installed the 6rst and only plant in the County for the construction and repair of rubber tires for vehicles and is turning out factory work at less than factory prices We examined his work and found it equal to any in service He will be pleased to exhibit his own factory work anti 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 the com fort derived oct- 25tf25cOO IN Cash Premiums ARE BEING OFFERED BY THE Gi1cibQati Equie FOR Nearest Correct Guesses OB tie Ftiiati9B of the Unite States 5o be np6rtd byt U S c QSus Bureau for 1900 The first census of the United States was USRB In iBIS Since then eTery tacceedlng ten veers The refaKot each cease has been as follows Year Isle Pa Population7m Io a3g iesa 831839 lzsosa II Ifill 38558 lteS5455 UM E01SS783 1850 II87I ISIS KjmyA Here you have tile ftgare ot a 1lua of eaten The pmbsm tOW Ie What 1f1ll be the popalatton ol toM Uaited 8atee eicla4Ia recent scqaWtte bat Ute total of states Territories ad the of ColamWat To the first nearest correct gsesa r cdJoeflTo the 8ecOB JM TotheTlolnlc 8To the Fonrtk1 cee To the liKk 250 To tkeSUth 210 To tho Seven k i leTothenext l4eackwMseiiskIoto M II to 25 to iw K a CMto 1 6 l S t 7550 QIReaders of the OUMCAXfM MIl beselve- iothlso5erbypASSStIi5Jia yeara criptlo tthe CL1XAM Mdtar the WEIM LIRNQUIIIItS CostlngiOnly 200la- essIUsisueauiV o qss jyi sd Tbs a4s i rep4IWioI- fa a IOIeil ea ease JtffllM =y ajIsIi LPuMafliIIiMWD t JtY i SOMETHING TO EAT ALL DAY And until midnight FINE RESTAURANT OYSTERS ALL STYLES REGULAR MEALS FRUITS CANDIES TOBACCO CIGARS SSSTTlAM SANDWICHES AND COFFEE JanlOly A DINELLI Next door to old postoffice iBW AND IimH OF National Importance ++4M IC cH- z ALONE ContainsBothDaily Daily and Sunday by mail 8 a year THE SUNDAY SUN Is the greatest Sunday Newspaper in the World Price 5c a copy By mall 52 a year ADDRESSTHE NEW YORK N Y +SOUTHERN RtIILWtIY IN KENTUCKY Schedule In effect November 10 1800 SJiSTBOnsn No L No k No 3 Lv Louisville T45im IWpm 745pm Ar ShelbyvIlloI 910am 601pm 905pm Ar Laroncebg 850am 6Mpm 945pm Ar Versailles 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Tllle ilOam 110pm Ar Savannah815cmA-rTIICUODYI11S 95a- mlTChattanoogaSOSpm Ar Atlanta 1030pmitl60a Ar Macon l S8am 225pm Ar Jacksonville aJOam lOOOpm Lv Chattanooga 010pm aaSam Ar Birmingham 955pm 1130am Ar Meridian iSOam 030yd Ar New Orleans SlOam No I through sleepIng car to Jacksonville via Lexington Chattanooga and Jesun No 3 through steeping car Louisville to fur Insbam via Lexington and Chattanooga No 5 freo observation cbalr car Louisville LexingtonNo observation chair car Lexington to Loultvllln No 2 lhrougbateepIncarJacksonville to St Louis via BurclnLatrrenceburrand Louisville Cmclass coaches Lexington to Louisville No tlteplnrcar llrmlnbam to Louisville via Lxlnton All trains between Louisville Lexington and Bureln dally- Between Vraallles and Georgetown Not 13 cud Iiaally NOL GTand adallyexceptSunday Between Versailles Nlcholasvlllo Rich mend and Irvine dalijr except Sunday tDally except Sunday Other trains dally FSCUHNOH VPaOM J M CDLPT M Washington D a Washington Da WATcnKalA WUUTAVLOBAOPA Washlnaton DC Louisville Ky KodolDyspepsia Digests what you eat Itartlficlally digests the food and aids Nature in strengthening and recon structing the exhausted digestive or gaaa Itis the latest discovered digest ant and tonic No other preparation can approach it in efficiency It in permanentlycuresDyspeia usC8tSlckHcada pcrfcctdlgestlooPrcpaf8d For sale byPerry b Thomas L A R R Time Table No1 Taking Eec Sun slay November 18D9 ut Class 2d Class sear socire ExSuBJEramijEzSuh AM PM AM- TeiwiUfes WM S 20 folI Nlckolaflville ii 02 TW S 30 Valley View H M 7 55tMillion J141 Too 900 Blctaaoad 11 65 805 8 00 P K UaIEi1213 11 MobfreY 12 16 10 05 JkoMiiAelL 123 J W35 10 40 gI itas 2 o o wasyhiovEclSunExSusPzSua1Ex5ssLX Irvla 345 11 5- 6Pac5s SW 106 rS4h1 2 15 1 25Qk7 24 4- 5Uiilai 23 Meq4a 5 Is 145 2 3- 6l1se 5 ats 313- JTi I M 311 pIsbv4Ili aIs ass 4 yseigil I 55 45 I II- h CIt I M FiMi F M j Air w LIs easaaba sd tea LottWviRe MLMnS ea w R 0 T P 3 VRiXLvaia b 5l 1u II11I jt r r b dpi Jeweled REPAUUNG AND TIMEING PINE WATCUESf llLA SPECIALTY r r tCiNEW 1 s 5 S ateatta All Work Giaraifeed MAIN STREET RICHMOND Lccr7cKyI 1KH xrQJ r READY FOR THE YEAR r Our immense store is now filled to over flowing with the newest most attractive and 1 useful articles for I ttO5 tij consisting ofLadiesDesksChif foniers China Cabinets Book Cases Rockers Hall and Libra ry Chairs Morris Chairs Jar 4 diniere Stands and Screens r Space prevents us giving a full list of the beautiful things we have this season and in vite you to make us an early call and avoid the rush You can make your purchases yourleisureyou desire WATCH Otr Eitifu1 r ho V1indo r j Ll I FT tfI S 1 NEVILLE MOBtRLY i1 0 220222 W Main Street t a1 tDAY PHONE 23 RICHMOND KY 4 NIGHT PHON 23 XxXi1 iJi++++ +++++ Slue hrrei Flpiitli Socks The TaU BLUE Strain Cockerels for sale 100 Trios 300 This completes my 21st year of breeding the one va rietyexclusivelyMRS ARBUCKLE Silver Creek Madison Co Ky T293m ++++++ + 4f++ +++++ ++ 4f+ + + + L F 7I7IM7IM7F 7IM7FM7I 1AP sum mm sfcr t Is what you want in preference to all others Reasons why you should get It and no other It givesmore heat and Fuses less fuel It is more substantially I built and like a hot air furnace jjt has a large radiatingsur fface which circu lates the air rapidly Fand heats the rooms 1 evenly Itisadouble heater No dirtt fficarriedb patent ash flue It ithas perfect regula and easy to up k erate The design of the stove is per 1 fect The blacking of the outside fnciuz never burns off and is ibrglit all the year round For Stile by 1 c ++ +IEI IIC I wwv + p c i n 1n IIIr = 11r J c n 1r I r a fshow5tri tr The Richmond Climax If J O O EiAULThProprletorA D MILLER Business Manager I joE WOODS Editor r WEDNESDAY FEB14 1900 1 JUIILlIlIIlU JVItBYWBDXESDATBY t The Climax Printing Cob P JUG Hi PKU YEAR 150 inTUELATEST CourierJournal Feb 13J At Cincinnati vestenlay thu attorneysS lor thu Republican IlIcmn nllt of the United States l Appeals anil argue their motion for an injunction to restrain the State Gun IttestHoard of Kentucky from proceed IIII to hear and pass njion the contests fur the minor ulliucs Former Gov Uradley o cued the argument for the and Mr Lawrence Maxwellt IofCIncinnati opened tlie F the defendants The arguments were addressed to the question of the JuriaSdiction of the Court ease Jud2e Taft took up the case un tier advisement and will render his decision Democratic at 2 p m tomorrowdferenco today to determine upon tbe form of a suit which it is proposed to fllo against W S Taylor the object tie lug to secure lor Uov Ueckham lull and undisputed possession of his office The suit wi e in Judge Can triPs court now in session at George town If a decision favorable to the lemocrata is rendered the case will bc lushed to the Court f Appeal The Republican members of the Leg islature met at Frankfort yesterday notified Mr Taylor of the return and taljourueiwtion they ignored Mr Tavlors call Tlie Legislature met in Louisville at I the usual hour The bill authorizing Itheexpenditure if 100000 for the de of of Gov Ooebel was introduced The bill creates a com mission to have iu charge the expend hum of the fund Hy sending home detachments of the six companies left at Franktort Taylor has cut his gnHrl down to four com punies of fifty III each under Maj Klwtmls Admission to the Executive building is still obstructed by sentries and whenever Taylor woven he is ac conipanied by an armed guard Access to the Capitol gioumls is permitted ON last Wednesday tifteen of the thisIthis ctt and resolutions The first resolution read as follows We heartily endorse the administra tion of Gov W S Taylor in every particular Is this really true Do these fifteen gentlemen whose name appear at tin J bottom of the resolutions in the last is sue of tint Iantiuiraph really approve q1 the actions of this man Taylor Do they really wean to pay to the people of Madison county and to the world that while W S Taylor was acting as Goveix nor of the Commonwealth that he acted right iu drawing around him a lot of bitter partisans armed with rifles and secreted on their persons smaller arms and showed them to be stalled and fed on the public grounds pmilmnnywhom ho knew to be inflamed with pnBtion and ready and anxious to take human lie anti did take it mill ready to intimidate and deter the 1ejriHlature in prosecution of its duties Do they moon they indi e hill a iiin in itt ranioi atom this lint If voti do gxniiHuien we must KIV that your neighbors are niisliiiul ax ID your t Uti character Thefee gentlemen native further 2 We IointiiHiid and applaud his tmIjuurimiiigLondon tilt in iMllinfr out the btate guards to quell use inpurrpitlounry movements III Fnnkfort and elsewhere in the State No Rupublcau lawyer of recognized ability has ever contuuded that the Governor hail a right to adjourn the Legislature front Frankfort to London or nil other point However these gentlemen think the act wise and your Hgeous Even if we admit he had the legal right to adjourn them to London wherein does the wiwlom exhibit itself and in what particular is his courage d If he had the legal right to Idlsplart the General Assembly while in session at point he pzimight choose why should be com mended tor his great wisdom in selecting London is its accommodations and surroundings greater than all other places in the Cotmmnwealth and to ap jieao the clamor of less deserving 4I points it took courage which a man with less backbone could not have withstood These geutlomon further agree with their Governor that a state of insurrec tion existed in Frankfort and they oven go further than the Governor In Ins funous proclamation and discover it in other parts of the State but asto C1F1BroverCo1LEINGToN I H fltJ 1iD To talk to you about Spring Goods But we will make it Interesting ly Corn fur bible for you if you yill call and let us show you the most artis tic collection of Hull Bet Room Library and Din inO RQp1 WoodS t Mantels That has ever been shown in the Blue Grass Region We could not afford to carry such a Comprehensive Line unless the Prices are Ri- ghtCOME AND SEES And we have All the Trimmings elegant and up to late GratesFrames 1SFifty Barrels of New Tiles CifiBraweriCo I MAIN AND BROADWAY LxztaTrn1 ICY I it i 4 i1 what of the State them i8etJn- resolutloners saveth not The faattemen claim the State gtMf WIM wfeelr called forth to quell the iflswrtction H Frankfort and other purteef the State In the first WM there any in surrection at Jrwikfort and if there was could it have not all been slopped without the aid of soldier An insurrec tion is an open and active opposition to lawful authority We believe there was a state of In In Frankfort at the time the tate guards were called into service y Joy Taylor but it did not take the State guards to disperse the insurrec tiouisiB Only his word was and all then assembled in nectisaryF ctive opposition to lawful auhoItyBould have dispeted2u I 1astla friends from every part of the tate thatUhehial concluded to let the content take its due course This watt an admbsion that lie had been pursuing an undue course still pur friends approve it prior to the above statement he Issued proclamation reconvening the General Assembly to Frankfort and giving as his reason that the excitement had subsidedc Ghatand our Republicans of Richmond there and in other parts of the tate It was all a subterfuge on the part of the mail then in power tb allow this hoard of assassins whom he had nispersecomplisbed their services were no furtliet in demand and something had to ho done to allow them Jo u ndetectedaWe regret that any of the good citi zeDS of Madison county should have netaud endorsed it all With charity to thorn we hope they knew not what they didoTHE taxpayers of the State may well conslderwberethe money comes from to defray the extraordinary expense of he TaylorCollier army at Frankfort the Kentucky State Democrat There are now assembled at the Capitol about 1800 militia The pay of these troops when employed in active service as they are now in law deemed to be is as follows Per dy Colonel 3 250CaptalnS225 otherSerJreants150 Besides this each officer and enlisted man is entitled to on ration per day the same as in the army of the United Slate Here is a spectacle for the people of tIle State to content plate The pay alone of these men is not less than 2500 per tiny Estiins ting that the cost of feeding them is 32J per lay for each man we have for this outlay the sum of 433 per day which dayEvcryonemuch below the actual expense And kkeepconstitptionfornot entitled to the place they claim W S TAYLOR said on Monday that if the presence of the was offen slve to the Democratic members of the Legislature he would have them allre possiblethatfundamental principles of the Democratic party Thomas Jefferson opposed government by miliaary force and Jloversofment from Jeffersons day to this good militaryruleand place your grievances in the hands of the civil authorities and dont im apine every civil officer a traitor or a perjurer W S TAYLOR and W O Bradley ought to go to Uussia and secure oilices there where it is in order to rule with the strong arm of time military It hun 8ntlsfncllninoiiwealth that neither of these gunS tlemeii know any thing about civil gov eminent THE mere fact that the administra tion Is doing its utmost to kill the de maud for au investigation of the Phil ippine affair is proof that there is some administrationTUB trusts are seeing to it that their tools in congress introduce a lot of bills against trust This is the usual corpor Itionway of preventing antimonopoly legislation THE LAW AND THE GOVERNORSHIP Thefirst tbefirthereafter every second year And its sessions shall be held at the seat of government except in case of war in mavbyuemble for the time being elsewhere TheGoveruorsions convene the General Assembly dUfermllcome dangerous from an enemy or ofdhmwith respect to the time of the adjourn ment he may adjourn them to such tune as he may think proper not to exceed four months Section 225 State Constitution No LibroughtlIupprpsslonofdomestic application of the General Assembly GenerlilAssemblySection 4 article 4 Federal Consti tution The United States shall guarantee to every State in this Union a republican form of government and shall protect each of thern against invasion and on application of the Leg theIagainst domestic violence LOUISVILLE AGREEMENT LouisIcon whichheproptrmutual existlugthis day held at Louisville In which the subscribers participated andfrankaccommodalionhag basis passedpresent session in session of the two Houses declaring that the action I18RemblythisCommonwealtb CBof Lieutenant Governor of this Corn monwealth as of said d lethe con tes lees WilliamS Taylor and John Mar shall shall not dispute the said titles respectively cmblypasatystNtl1be ACtaduneof Governor sad Lieutenant Governor 3 That all Ltigilttheactlon by thi e prusentGeneral Asutsajbly be postponed tmtil Mond y lebimry12 J900 except only such steps as Jnay be aecea wake1aCuladjol1rnment EleethoCominissoners Contest shall postpone all of its fr ceedings until Tuesday FebmMJ13 1900 or until such later as it may determine Providod jt nay in the lldeterminesary or expedient 5 That it is earnestly recoffimead- od to both rU e that la the aentidrat ion And detetwlnatlon cf all peodinr officef1nil MftiMU coMlderat0BII8haU be M W Mwy Jbie GiHrI1 SUlAH u M tl A r by shall provide an absolutely fair and M npariMMi eHetiM Ialiwhich shall Meare to be T8t r MM lelleM measure tttlhavewithout let or hiadraace and have it counted as cast sad shall secure to the officers of election the fallesi protectionvin the discharge of their 7 That as soon as possible fromwthis date the State militia nowon w sithdrawnre gard being hall for the preservation of the public peace For the Republican party John HairleighFor the Democratic Party Jo 08Robtert J Brcckinridge S Shackelford E T Sr We approve the above Julia MaraMiall E ViIsonT H ker Charles T Dallard James BMc CrearviUrey WoodsonPhit B Thom son Jr J B Thompson J CeBeckham by Jo C S GOEBEL MONUMENT FUND Numerous suggestions have been eived that the people for Whom Wm gavehiSute to a fund to be used in the erection of a monument to his memory at Frank fo KyActing upon these suggestions the undersigned citizens of Kentucky do ow offer this opportunity to all who esire to join in this testimony to the sterling worth the great intellect the truth the honor and the courage of this martyr to the cause of civil liberty nd the prosperity and happiness of the whole people to contribute such sums as they may wish to the perpetuation in marble of that which will live1n their heartsa loving memory f William Goebel The following committeemen are mayboKHendrickMayfieldBraupCordJPweDlibaroLouls McQiiown HopklnsvilleJoseph Rhinock Covln ton John byers Elkton Joseph Donaldson Car milton Joseph M Knott Lebanon J Wm Mont tJ1zabcthtowuh W Nelson Newport David R Murray Clover port Louis DesCogncts Lexington Campbell Cnntrill Georgetown Chas P Weaver Louisville J A Scott 1oul81l1eiJBrooks Louisville Eph Lillard Frank Jort S W Hager Ashland J N Ke h r wuleooper Mt Ster ing Walter Harkins- restonburg DD Redwine Jackson Every contribution will be ac knowledged by a certificate which will e a memento Those who feel able to give only small amounts should not hesitate to contribute as this fund is created for the purpose of affording a participatezatiou of the foregoing committeemen will be formed for carrying out the purpose of the contributions J C S Blackburn M Richardson S J Shackelford Jno K Hendrick GayleFrankJ W Mitchell Newton Frazier 1rcQuownC MurrayGeoSam K Jones J C W Beckham R J YoungFrankfort t toimequested that subscriptions be sent to KentuckyFrankfort Information desired will be furnished by James B chairman or i favidlions are coming in very fast Time fol owing amounts were contributed Thursday J O Blackburn 100 100WmUrey Woodson lOt Graham Veerland 25 ames H Polsgrove 25 ohn A Fulton 25 S KLee 10 F M Fisher 6 Annie 11 Poago U 1 Guns M Meachain 5 1WinnieCash not yet assorted 267 i65Honty Committee will appoint soliciting committees today LADIES COMUITTEEtA Ladies FundhaBMcCreary as chairman Committees will be appointed both in the city and county to solicit funds which will be turned over together with the names of the contributors to the chairman who will send their names and amount given to the proper committee they in return will certificates We feet safe in saving that Madisons contribu tion to raise a monument to Kentuckys martyr will not he behind that of her sister county MRS FULLER RISES TO DEFEND HER SPOUSE Englewood Woman Declares Her Husband Did Nol Writ to Capt Frazee CHICAGO CUUONICLB Although the telegraph wires between Ciiicago and Richmond Ky are kept at a white heat in the transmission of crimson worded demands for personal satisfaction all is quiet aud peaceful within the house of Joseph W Fuller 626 Webt Sixtythird street Chicago To Mr Fuller has been credited the authorship of a letter to Capt L J Frazce of Richmond denouncing the latter for raising a company styled the Goebel GuarJs to champion the cause of the Democrats ip the present contest for the Governorship Theletterreached Capt Frazee last Friday He Was then too busy instructing the sons of the dark and bloody ground in theartof uptodate warfare to give much of his personal at teution to the matter but relied on the following communication to bring affairs to a proper culmination Sir As I am quite busy now I will pay all your expenses and SI a day if you will come down to Richmond to see me undertakersThe letter from Chicago was placed In a consptcious place in the Kentucky papers and Capt Fruzees reply was given equal prominence The bellicose letterwriter from Chicago was credited with being an exwearer of the nations blue and a Republican of ardent and deepseated convictions WHAT THE FULLEU FAMILY SAYS That he is the writer of the threaten ing iniaile to CapU Frjuseejs met l earnestly denied by all f f the members of Mr Fullers family Either the be 1ierentFaIJer who indited the inaH uiaiory epistle neglected to sign lik name properly and give his et8Rd house number or Mr Fuller ofEngte wool baa boon made the victim tJl It joke Knowledge of time eoaimunieatloB wlikh se strired the ire of tkKef tttckiH is denied by tbe Faller IilrThere wore MveralmmDersoltlHt hoagehotil My yeMenky to yoecher be itMPCMflKy of the tdeatity eMi Fuller as the writer of the letter al tltotiMh Mr Julfer was selia at lit e time Whos there M awnied a vote o frOll MWJl4tJM Qt ivbi JMHoa- M Wo IriA h i t f im J j Actions of theJustm Smell Sweet iMThcigor And strength neither of hich can be found in a per on whose MOOd is impure 4nd whose every Breath speaks of iniernl troubles oods Sarsaparilla purifies vitalises and tJ blood gives a good nf makes the weakstrong Run DownMJI TtosbAndfpxs rm dawn 01 health Aad tt fired oat Those xccaergmeeiN Hoed s PiandSarsa- vZp buill hbn sip a 1 SrsILl TOaIoUI PaMh Hoodi Pills dire aver Hta the nonlrrltatinf and eaJJ lthrtucto swtih Xood IiarMparlll We want to see him on business was the answerMWell if its business you want to see him for you can state your business to me The door opened and a detera minedlookinu woman of age f siNowc w 1yhatcontinued in awarning tone not iiuu you come every day for 100 years I know all his businessMairs FOLLEKS viaonous DENIAL When questioned concerning the Kentucky letter Mrs Fuller grew redder ITe never wrote any jsuoh let tori she declared This is a pretty business that has got into time papers isnt itf I wouldnt allow Mr Fuller to get mixed up in any such scrape Ive been bothered to death ever since that letter was printed m eltuck j papers What would want to write such a letter for He never was a soldier never shot agun in his life Mr Fuller is a decent hardwork ing paperbanger What would he aimt to get mixed up in affairs of that ind for No sir he never wrote it did he Valter appealing to a young man who boards with the Pullers No maam meekly responded Walter When told that there was a rumor It- ircuittionamongc the neighbors that Mr Fuller had written the letter and was in temporary hiding until matters cooled down a little the wife waxed indignant over the meddlesome propensities of her neighbors Ill find out who started that story she said Justwaitv Illflnd them out some day and when I do but she cut short the sente- ncePIRSONAL spcntSundar blionMonday on business Mr R P Fox Lasreturned from a trip through the South Miss Emily Chenault has returned rom a visit to Lexington Dr H C left Monday for a business trip to Louisville Mrs ey Bright has returned from a visit to relatives in Harrodsburg Mr John Feeny Jr of Paris visited his fathers family here Saturday Miss Viola Million is the guest ofMr and Mrs Clarence Eghert in Lexing t onhMiss Annie McKenna of Lexington is the guest of her sister Mrs R J Bessie Lackey visited her sister Mrs AV W Williamson in Lexington last week Mr Green C Igo has returned to Texas after a visit of several weeks in this countycMissNannie Royce of Madison coun llentonIMr Earle Smith who has been in New York for the past year is in Rich niogd for a short stay Miss Jane Felandof Stanford is visiting Misses Leita and Jeanie Fe laudon Aspen avenue daughterMissf entertainment at Cincinnati Mrs H C Shipp of Georgetownwill arrive today to visit ber sister Mrs W D Oldhatnon Broadway Judge J M Benton and family of Winchester attended the funeral Sat urday of Capt J Speed Smith RichmondFlorence Myers Stanford Journal Mrs Neale Bennett has returned from a two weeks visit to her mother Mrs Laura Thomson in Mt Sterling D A Jones and family wilt leave today for London where he will make his home Mr Jones will operate a largo saw mill at Corbin Ky Burrel R Million of Sherley III who has been hero for the past two weeks buying mules returned home Monday accompanied by Mr Chas R Tudor Miss Bessie Thomas came home Sat urday afternoon from Madison Institute at Rfchmondfor a short viltt6 lie r parents Mr and Mrs Douglas Thomas Bourbon News Mr Neville Moberley of Richmond came over Saturday to visit Alias Jean Atnsden one if tho moet attractive MlssFrancesgraduates of Madison Institute Rich FridayurtilVersailles corin Blue Grass Clipper One of the most enjoyable events of iccddingcelbrated nor at their home near Lirksville Ninetyseveufriends ily were present and enjoyed the ele gaul dinner served They received many Jilce presents which were highly appreciated not only for value but as tokens of the love and friendship of those who gave them en joyed the great hospitality for which the host and hostess are known and wish them a long and happy life The asocialMiss Martha Smith delightfully en tartained at luncheon Besta Serata ruimomesmithKitChenllIlt VanGreenleaf pII7nBlCa Miss Mar tha is one of the m oft popular ot Rich naoBils society bade and a charming herhoa moat charmluethnelIWId the oceaeiora will eIremembered by them BIRTHS Borgat SiwBftia r Ground January 2Sto RC HeM aad wife Iofrmnr1lv MiM liott Koterte m fiwi aoii All deitoi itO ta HnMi MrI 1M i L jig in IIk1iM J 1r M IM J i r tJf l t f 2 2 e iJ iJiJ RELIGIOUSY it1f 11 evT 1iiliip nt mIt181ip urcl niESr hztorSunday The Rev Dr McDonaU of Danville will preach at the Sicpml Prtsbyterian church nextSuimilat tliM usual hour The public is most invited to natiendJJiMARRIED Rol HowJEcAt tllMthod1sL church lost Vettmieclay Mr Joe Hon U and Jlisa Kuira Bcwler were united iu marriage by Rev 11 G Tar- flowEnMAWEusTuesdayB ner tex gton Herald published thu weddine of r Eugene Do wermaii and Miss VelU The bride was EllI this county and has many relatives here Tho Herald eiiys Yesterday afternoon at two o lock the marriage of Miss Etta Yells and ir Eugene Bowcrman was quietly celebrated at the borne of Mr and Mrs R L McClnre No 96 North Upper street Rov I S Eiroy of the Maxwell street Presbyterian church officiating Time only at t ndants were Miss KaUiemie Brittbn nd Mr Samuel Riley Mire Britton wore a lovely suit of white and bfack lk The bride was given away by her- rother Mr Algin Wells Immediate after the ceremony and congratnla ons the happy couple left for Cincin ati and on their return will board ith Miss Crannor corner of Pine mill ill streets The bride is one of the handsomest girls in Lexington with complexionr loveliest in a stylish suit of gray cloth with violet hint She carried a large bunch of Parma violets The groom is the only son of Mr Mike Bovverman and is in the horse business with Bow erman Brothers The wedding was a pleasant surprise to thoir many friends who join in congratulations and best wishes for a prosperous and happy life Time bride is a native of this county and for a number of years was one of the most popular young ladles in Richmond society The CLIMAX joins with a host of other friends in extend itig hearty congratulations to the happy couple DEATHS TODDAt his home near Berea last Monday Madison Todd aged 03 years Deceased was considered to be time old est man in the county BUSBY James A Busby died sud denly at his home in Irvine last Wed nesday of heart disease aged 48 years Deceased leaves a wife and three c hildrenJoNrsAt the home of of lila father James Jones near Dreyfus this coun tyoui February 3 Arthur Jones of consumption aged 13 years After funeral services by Rev Lunsford his remains were interred in tho family ground STACY Mrs James Stacy died at her home near West Irvine February 6 aged 72 years Deceased was the wife of exSheriff James Stacy one of Estills most substantial citizens and leaves besides her husband nine children to mourn lieu loss STACY Alden Stacy liedat his home on Cow Creek Estill county Wednesday last aged 70 years De ceased has been an invalid for several years and his death was not unexpected He was a good citizen and during is life saved considerable money A wife and five children survive him STEVENSON At his home near Waco Friday last Dr J A Stevenson after a lingering illness aged seventy years Deceased was one of Madisons most respected citizen and a leader in his profession He leaves a wife Iud one- lmlldto mourn his loss The remains were interred in the College Hill Cerne tery Sunday WniTKDurrittB White tiled at his SaturdayFebruaryhad been a suifcrer for several rears with dropsy He was born near Rirh mond but moved to Missouri in 1881 where he has since lived Hiu wife who was Miss Sallie Arviue with seven grown children four bojs aud three girls survives him also one brother Brutus White and two sisters Mrs Woodcock and Mrs Fife all of this city Deafness Cannot Be Cured By local applications as they cannot reach the diseased portion of tim ear There is only ono way to cure defuexs and that is by constitutional remedies Deafness is caused by an inflamed con dition of the mucous lining of the getsinflamedimperfect hearing and when it Is en tirely closed deafness is the result and unless the inflamntion can be taken out and this tube restored to its nOr mat condition hearing will be dcslroy ed forever ulufl cases out of ton are zmotlilngburtsurfaces We will give One Hundred Dollars h7catarrhCatarrh Cure Send for circulars free F J CHKNEY CO Toledo 0Sold by druggists 75 conls Halls Family Pills are the best 1m I =UR tIiB rIBW WALL PAPER 1 9OO Are STRICTLY EXCLUSIVE It iif exr actly inline of the present davs taste and will fit naturally with the latest draperiesrhobold designs snd rich colors for theball and graceful Rococo and Etnpini de signs for the parlor Tapestries Turk- Ish and Indian effects for the library anti dinnincroom a quint orflnal strife for tho smokleir Dainty cliiutzeu dresJen stripes for the sleeping rooin Big tropical flowers to use forjiper tWQUlrd3ltPingrah someiDe HandaiMestrlpel tobo used without benlwft to bn furnished fltli ron inoBldlagV We simply cajimH rIIVBet to artlre them and then1 wj tJW ronWIIITpc0Our33 50 dft still holds No secret bat the prfcfl W ill TelL RespeOtluhiVI lIi mm WiIpapi W dow St1c1eg l yfttwRru IbetecUoI Mbes theMk I h MyMM1tI lIhtt a IJJCI f 1t Ir FiU j r 1It J J I KENTUCKY CAEEIAGE WORKS JOHN DONELSON PROPRIETOR We say it we mean it we can prove itOur Vehicles the BEST our PRICES the LOWEST HIGHGRADE CARRIAGES a LETCHER 4 WIlT TELEPHONE 142 BEST JELLIGQ CQAL FEED Salt Sand Lime Cement Shipstuffr Bluegrass Seed c STQRAGE- if The Big VudmiiiiL fit DspolrElBIl IS E Your tiain=Our Loss THATS WflAT OUR GR- ANDCLFARANCE SALEOF P BOOTS ANDSHOES1 tv1E8Jq Every one knows that all kind of leather goods are ad vancing and will continue to advance But in the face of the advance we are knocking the price down We are of fering goods at a less price than we could possibly replace LargeSpritfgTHEY GO rfRenIarPtjcC Reduced To Mens Boots New Stock 3 002 00 Mens Boots New Stock200 eo 1 50 Men s Bootees Very Fine r 5 00 4 00 Mens Bootees Very Fine 4 00 3 00 Ladies Fine Shoes UptoStyle 300 2 00 Lad1esilnc Shoes B eaUlesw 00 1 50 Mens Tan and Box Calf Latest Styles 3 50 2 50 Mens Tan and Box Calf Latest Styles 3 00 2 25 Everything in the Shoe line reduced in price Your chance to save SALE NOW IN PROGRESS FREEMAN BROSHAIN STREET HOUSE RICHMOND KY u nlI JI A Bed to Die In A Coffin to Lie In tr IFA1 A Chair to Bock On j lo A Table to Eat On t A Sofa to Sit On ir fjElIiiJ ituie suc1us icWRITING DESKS 1rj f CAJSlIFIi CuITINA COSiES- riL nAr itoTcsjj j EtchithWall PapeivPicture Frames Ut Ji tomaiisj aiiH thqr firstclass i articles v W S OLMIAMSJI SlJcmsft TIqsrUf 11LJIii jDay Phone 16 T1giTrJ6 j ic i jr FOR rmRUAHY AND MARCH erRE- DUCTION IN WINTER GOODS Save your spare change come in arid make a purchase You will go home givenhereFlannels and Outings which must be SpringLinesreceived We will sell at a SACRIFICE Ladies and Mens Underwear Plenty of Cold Weather Yet Ladies Ribbed Fleeced Lined Hose 25c now 19c Ladies Ribbed Wool Hose 20c now 15c Fascinators 20c now 15c 25c now 19c H 50c now 39c Infants and Childrens Hoods allwool and lined 25c now 19c Ladies Hoods allwool and lined 50c now 39c Baby trimmings60cBaby trimming80cBaby Cloaks all lined and fur trimming 125 now 99c Comforts 110 now 89c 185 now 149 400 now 299 Allwool Blankets 400now 299 Mens Caps 50c now 30cSMen s Duck Coats all lined 9Sc now 90c Mens Duck Coats all lined 150 now 135 Mens Hartford Boots 325 now 275 Mens Artics 125 now 99c LadiesArtics 90c now ODe An over stock in Handkerchiefs will compel us to run them out at a low mar gin We have a few Suits of Clothing which we are selling at FIRST COST clothingWe Remember Clarks Thread 3 Spools for lOc and look out for our Spring Add i j ie e- cIPJ OUi MKEE iJIII I I I I a L A tSTOCK TAKING 18 NOW OVER And it revealed the fact that we have a number of remnants which will be sold at half of the former price Our REMNANT COUNTER is full of short lengths and at prices that will open your eyes We have bought 200 pairs of Drummers Sam pIe Shoes which we have put on sale at 89c We put on sale 250 pairs of Ladies Wool Hose worth 25 and 30c at 19c Ladies Fine Cashmere Hose worth 50c at 39c Ladies Fine Cashmere Hose worth 40e at 25c Ladies Fine Fleeced Line Hose worth 50e at39c Ladies Fleeced Line Hose worth 40c at 25c 75 pairs of Infants Wool Hose worth 10 and 15c at 5c v 100 pairs of Mens and Boys Wool Hose worth 25c at 15c Bl ck Ur s GD nS icdacQ IThere are several sorts of critics Those who pick flaws in evtrything Destroy be cauS they cannot build Those who look through biasedglasses and those who base conclusions on facts Critics who deal in facts Elders Dress Goods are thebestrichest selection offered Close fashions dictate and invariably selling at prices less than most stores charge for goods of same quality 2 50 Silk and Wool Crepons at 1 25 200 Silk andWool Crepons at 1 00 f1 50 Silk and Wool Crepons at The 1 00 Silk and Wool Crepons at GOc 75c Silk and Wool Crepons at 45c Our line of Black Dress Goods at 25 29 35 45 50J65 75c and 81 cannot be equalled in values and matchless prices Linings 5 to 35c per yd Rugs Carpets Mattings and Floor Oil Cloths itiyCarpet Matting sad Floor Oil Cloth selling is getting to be more methodsThe ourIwe QTt1rlTAT rvppTvI1s In our DRESS orons TRIMMINGS ETSDISOMMlleverything you need and on Paper Pattern wo can save you from 5 to 25 Samplescbeerfally 2CoaSOand1LIprlce NorJTiitftt Our Best Conet23c Mr lT J This is the place to tiny the McCall Demur haveRAVIQtcCaItCG1DJItIR7Including a tree patten M Cttlla for FifctHftry here XndIaLnenScup oneweas themffatareetrpaetIies EfyeetfuUy Submitted to Cash Trade = E v ELDER wwr f U i i iiITTIrT1pH I ITheRichmond Climax WEDNESDAY FEB Uf 1000 nest Jelilco coal fur slIo by Itc1ier A Wilt phone 12 2ljati4t Best coal on tile market for nalo by j1I11Ii Bluegrass seed for sale at Lctclter AVitts near L If depot Telephone 142 Hfeblm Major John K Harris t lilppe l tti Louisville hit week 35 llo lieads of tobacco Dont fail to bur the celebratpilsJolIi fo coal fur sale t Lottljer Witt 112C 2ljan4t ilh Winchester lodge of Elks wilt give a street fair and carnival about the ultMiss MargaretJKjiUlell of DroyfiiF this county was Eeverely burned lust week by falling into a fire County Judge Ea1unt Winches ter iecideii that jauk ttockivas taxable just the same osother personality Dr R Goldstein the Louisville ip tirian will boat Hotel Qlyridon Tues day February 20 for one day only inIdoors yesterday for business L 11 Lamlman will be at 1I1rI IUrMillers residence de oiul door on Wednesday Fcbru ary 11 About seventyfive persons from this city county attended the funeral of Governor Qoebel at Frankfort Thursday Wo are stile ngonts for rroctorn net Ash Jellico coal which is the best on the marketlLawrence Uiipis for past four years fireman on the L k A railroadb has accepted similar position on Louisville Southern Dont miss the Buey nee Cash Stores Ladles Tailofmnde Suit Opening February 15 16 and 17 Many special attractions will be seen there Elsewhere in this issue will be found an advertisement for Lotcher cVittand feed Dont fail to real it If you have any oak a8h poplar or walnut logs or trees and wish to sell them for cash write or call on HOY SOPKK Co iiov20 Gin Xicliolasville Ky 15 reck Walker colon1 escaped from the guard while working on tbpicounty roads lost Friday Ills sen eightIHerbeit P Lewis of Richmond hut more recently with Oldham Bros tc Co this city has accepted a position with the New York Cash StoreMt Sterling Gazette On ills death bed near lliddlesboro John L Houard confessed that his mother arranged the conspiracy which resulted in the assassination of his father five years ago Any lady in Richmond or Madison county can gel a beautiful snit and an StorcJf In our report if the firj on Broad wav last week the printer caused us to onjwas a tni takeshould have said In poured coal on the fire The Rev IAn Cal President of ICeiitnuky University has handed in his resignation to this Hoard of Cn ratirs to take effect Fobuary 15 Mr Cave will a xept a call as pastor of the Christian church at Independence ilo The government report of tho vlient crop siys the yield this year wi 517300000 bushels Theacro sown ths filIIIi oitiinUed at 30150000 Uett8 which la 200000 more than lat year Flue average condition Is t An oi d rkry in thin nrinlibor hoid was very l1ick OnuoLJiis follow meii on hoirg nskoil hifi condition Hnil Jlio Doctor bus juSt been out and left him u iliwriittiuiti if he fol io vs the corrections hell HOOII this cover Jasper ror Winchester Democrat The recent 1rzfI are 8Jiul tnlmve been vorr beneficial to the Crowing wheat checking the growth caitHed by the mild weather Had it nut been for i Ins timely cherfc the tender plant would havo attained hucb growth as to have greatly endangered it in cam of t llUril freezes Inter There will lR a Tniloi made Suit Opening ut llie lnv Ue Gusli Store Thursday Fiidny and Saturday Feb isithis opoiuii All our lady friinnls are cordially invited to attend toisop ning of lice tailormaie stilts Tho ladles Tailorrnad Enit Opon lijtinylorthDOldhamwhere ho is now sqjpurnjng that a handsomer line of ladled filsnits will never be shown in Richmond than tho displayIhursdayrnary116and17 4 4 jjippe4a Diamend Qn Jiie way from the Capitol Hotel ThursdayUo350 diamond shirt stud stolen New and True Dentists who extract teeth becanso learnlIwtOIl ncxtdoor to Government Build log Richinoud Ky jnlOtf Dissolution Notice The firm ol Mrs Win Devon and Mrs Lillle M Buckley was on tho first of January 1900t desolved Mrs Buck lev contitiuoing the business feblStf Mus War DEVORE Lands a FIRe Job His many friends will be glad to learn tbat Hon Brutus J Clay of this city has been nominated by President Mc Ivinley to be ot o of the United StateB Oommissioners for the Paris Exposition A FAIR O FER I will fill any order for you at the same price for anything III jewelry Iuyotherdtylogne that you may luvo thereby say log you expense orderingIi n3lvr For Sale One of the most desirable building aUltCourtproperty Tlje lot is seventyfive feet ittoatedbusiness house or hotel this is the most particularsA D MILLER jan 21tf Richmond Ky Draped In Mourning Out of rnspcct to the memory of Gov Gocbel the court house city ball and dityday Most of the business houses ob secved the Mayors proclamation and 01101hundrmltendetllhe funeral at Frankforta Eslray Horse Loft at Manstields blackfliilith shop ti Richmond Ky Monday February 5 moo a bay mare C or 7 years old 15 Janus high two white hind feet white extending half way to hock black face saddle marks on back Owner can h ave same by calling at Gibson inr leys stable proving same and paying charges JAS 11 ALUIAN tf Chief of Police Bill Introduced by Congressman Gilbert Aspecial from Washin ton of Febru ary 9 says Representative Gilbert today introduced bill to pay tho heirs of G U Roberts of Madison county Ky 600 for supplies furnished tho Ftjleral army during the civil war Mr Gilbert introduced a similar bill for JGOO in the interest of George Lewis Cousins of Louisville Ky Officers Appointed IL W Stevenson Commander of C U battallion has announced the ap pointment of the following officers To be Cadet Captains Bowel and McChord j Cadet 1st Lieutenants East man Laud and Howoll Cadet 2nd Lieutenants JJetts T and Smith E To be tsergcantMajor Cadet Pickels ColorSergeant Brown IL 1st Ser geants Cadets Thowpson Andres McDonald J Bolts U Norman Talbot A and Gibson To be Musicians Cadets Woodbury and Zaring Accidentally Shot John Creed son of Dr J W Creed was accidentally shot Friday evening Creed was walking down Secondstreet just behind Dr Moss Gibson and Win Maupin who were going out in nit county the latter to guard smallpox patients Haupin had a 45 caliber re volvur in a holster under lila arm and in some way the pistol dropped to the concrete pavement and was discharged the bullet entering the scrotum and patted diagonally through tho body Dr Moss Gibson drctsed the wound which he pronounced painful but nut fatal To Protect Sheep Owners Tho bhecp owners of the county should ifjoice in tho hill offered in the Lexihlatnru putting n tax ot 1 on every dog in enchIcounty This tax constitutes a fund from which sheep owners may bo paid for the damage done their flocks by dogs All surplus over 30 at cud of year averts to school undrt This law if passed will tax out of existence the half starved curs that do the damage to sheep A man wont pny taxes on more dogs than bo can feedand when VCI1IIL spite of this sheep are killed the owner may prove his loPs null bo paid a fair value for the sheep lost e i SweepingReducti n INH j uils V rCD tSJnO sHe vy Uderwe r Having bought our stock for spring before the I J death of Mr Mitchell and the partnership having PtI to be closed we will begiu at once to sell every lA thing in l t HEAVY GOODS r eiSOLDtbut a bonafide bargain in every article offered t Sens and Boys Suits and Overcoats lens Shoes and Underwear I I If you dont need the goods now it will pay yourtw to for next winter a the prices we will Jwillue less than the same goods can be from I J the rCOMEt a Covington Mitchell Q f TheTHptt saysmans iRfJleonrsomebody punctures you yitsh lead iaeseMltytutehhigent ebutaction bra backset khsioi4Naroi IAIreilbk fromMLJasHollyClaudlirockO weloy Co vlngtoncoloredof Richmond and Stephens were arrested for conspi racy Stephens was released on 10000 bond Holy will die r A Handsome Design oUerillg9ghchGoebel was donated by tho citizens of InICourierJournal says There stands at the left of the door Madison countys beautiful tributea great massive starOf red roses from which rises a cross ofwhitn about six feet tall A Supccl Arrested for Goebels Murder Lee Jones believed to be implicated in some way m the assassination of Gov ernor Goebel was locked up at Frank fort Friday Jonea said hudid not shoot Gov GoebelTbut that Harland Whit taker could tell allabout it On being asked if Whittaker fired the shot his widdidwanted to know tho men in the con alltlleynepubUcausname saysuI more Whittaktrco neithJorhoodKy An Enjoyable Occasion The First Presbyterian church held Sunday Inmlposed of die following Messrs A D Flora and J V Logan Jr bassos Mrs MrLOldumMrs Akers presided at the organ over which she has splendid control The usualimpressh theIIvesotknown hymns one being that grand thePowerbeginninglilyof the hymns were sung by the entire congregation choiriwithRIchmondjearers with an exct dingly sweet solo Inch brought out hermit rich to advantage Mrs H B Hanger voiced Miss Carrithers sang a duet which olcesblendingcasion wa thoroughly enjoyed by all present and we Would that these sony services were held more frequentlyfo Classical MusicWhat is inHteraturoand refined the works of ancient writers still studied aa the best models Out musical authorities give a similar meaning to the termapplying it the works of the old masters and to theI typeanda specific sense lu its general signifl caYice it is applied to all music which is snotllaethoenIsynlphony public were only familiar with it Now totlrnwto be impossible to frame a definition majorlty nppeals ythepeals to and tends toeducato ourarl apprpciationWperiodical discusses the subject at joculIrdefinition that which rosily is much better than It sounds that it is noj pleasing to the ear but must be endured because IB classical And again negatively ex pressed hu says it is not necessarily music that was written by composers wlio have been dead fifty or a hundred years for even Bach and Beethoven ex pressed themselrea as being ashamed of some of their productions And he closes by giving a clearconcisednd seem bigly satisfactory significance to the terms when be says that classical music is that music ancient or modern which bears the stamp of inspiration And that stamp Is an indefinable indes cribable som ihiing which distinguishes tho literature from the ponnya linert the poet from the writer of verse and tilt artist from thepainter of pictures P An Honored Citizen Dead Death has claimed another shining mark This time the spirit of one of Madieous most distinguished citizens is forever taken from us The death angel gentle rapped at the door of lion J Speed Smith last ThursdayS morning at 830 and claimed as its own the life of this beloved citizen In taking from our midst this noble man dealh has performed a duty that it owes to every creature it has relieved another suf spiritto3aptian Smith hind been In feeble health for more than ayearhia physic ians attributing his illness to acute stomach trouble About six weeks ago he began to decline rapldly and his death was no surprise to those who had watched at his bedside AwUo Had five children Mrs D R TevIs Mar willie Margaretta Mary Barrett sod J Speed Smith Jr survive him The funeral sevlces were conducted by Itev Iw Smith at the fefaily residence oh West Maine t Saturday at 10 oclock followed bv inter aient in our beautiful city of tire dead The JIroce iou that followed his re maiM to heir last resting place WM one of the largest overseen in Rick mond The Masonic order of which h WM niaevout member turnd eat the kwg tM1a1 ttJd sxr r WditJI Pr- 4Mi W Id chr W Ntu I J i ft ttMM flf Map IN tr u a AIIfI j KentucklKnights from the coonty lod te a ianmber o conducted the services at the grave ilColsiSter of Gen Cassiua Marcelloa Clay was born near Speedwell this county nenrhliftYfivobrother of Gen Green Clay Smith tht noted etateman and divine His first Representative1mm popldarDemocralin ARBurnaninowpeals wag appointed Collector of In ternal Revemitt in this district he was made Deputy Collector In 1833 he stood for the Republican theEightGeorgtMelection of Mr McKinley his friends pushed him for Surveyor of the Port at Louisville butt owing to declining OghtHein Kentucky being at the time of his death the Grand ugh Priest of Kentucky Royal Arch Masons and Grand Prelate of Kentucky Knights Templars He was deeply interested in the movement of establishing in Louisville a home for aged and infirm Masons nd the last few years of his life were largely devoted to raising funds to that end and he succeed before his death in raising f50000 for this cause Decased was a member qf the Baptist church a kind father and friend a publicspirited citizen whose death is a loss to the community In this sad hour of bereavement the sympathy of thelgriefstrIJkenA Severe Wind Storm The terrific wind storm last week did considerable dimage in and near Rich GJvndonHotel billboardsskResolutions Sir Knights Companions and Breth renhJohn Speed Smith died on Thursday ebrtiary 8 at his home in this city and passing the customary resolutions it seems to your committee more than ap propriate to review briefly his life al thou h pr hoesswas the son of Col John Speed Smith and Eliza Clay Smith the youngest and last of a largo family of children His atbcr Col Smith was probably the m odostco Kuntymany of our older citizens bis moiher a daughter of Gen Green Clay was a w wife and a noble mother Tin su tribjectsprung from the very best stock of the good people vhocame to Kentucky from Virginia With such blood in his veins educated at Transylvana University with a risgentlemanwhole life was spent in our county His early manhood he devoted to farming rand his homo was ever open to all who came Later he movet llrren and became connected with the Madison National Bank After this he was engaged In service of both his govm e tBountyc with credit to himself and his people e was also elected clerk of that body tr byyingcontest with honesty and valor Al though by Inheritance he bad a greave ore for politics he never hIs political views to interfere with his rieudships and today his death will bo regretted alike by thousands of dem o c toountyfor the principles and practices of ma sonry This too be Inherited from his father who was at one time the Pre Grand Master of the GrInd Lodge of Kentucky Captain Smith was elected to the statlonTof Grand Junior warden on his first appearance in the Grand Lodge an event that has never happened before or since The pictures of father and son bang today I n one frame on the wall of the Grand secretarys office From tho time ilrfirst appearance on the floor of the Grand Lodge until the last meeting he always exercised more influence on its eliberations than any other member He it was who proposed and carried t a lehomewith an infirmary attached In this cause afteracanvass of the lodgesTthe state although in falling snccceded4ngeiting more than 850000 pledged The prayer of hIs life was to see this design completed but like Hiram of old he died leaving his design unto other hands to finish He was at the time of his death thp Grand High Priest of the Grand Chap tel of Kentucky and the Most Excellent Grand Prelate of the Grand Command cry The members of the Grand chapter who were present last Autumn when he was installed will recall his words He was then very feeble He said Compaious I will never meet with you again but remember I shall die with the harness on Ills work in tbe Grand Comraandery and in our lo cal body is known to us all Our bean tiful asylum and lodge rooms are due more to hint than to any one else He was once truly characterized as Our Saint John because bo was the one i retall loved tho most This is in brli the history of one side of his life but tbe other we know not The many kind words spoken by him the many kind deeds performed by him unknown to any of usj will ever live in the minds and hearts of those upon whom they were bestowed Let us here resolveSIf Knights and Brethren that in his death we have lost one whose place cannot be filled byIother That we will emulate his pie and strive to Imitate lila virtues That we tender to his family who have cared for him so tenderly through his lengthIness our heartfelt sympathy and commend them to the care of the Great Master who loves us and ever remember Ills children That our asylum and lodge room be draped In black for thir ty days That we attend his funeral in a body epresentlngthontiousbranch- es otthe order That this sketch be sent to his family anti spread at large oa the books of the Blue Lodge the chapter and the Coairaandery Death takes us by surprise And stays bur fee- tThegreatdc4gnusnIsked lies Our lives are incomplete Tint in the dark Unknown Perfect their circle seem Even Mt bdtIanlnlf Atie is rotiacted la the stFMHtf 1fltCvWI I r1 As- eitmt JIv MII cIIJ rApounds was sold on lhe Loaisvllle mar ket to a lcalbntche at 71 cents per nound making the total price of tbe xteer247 0I A mule famine is eminent There Is still a large demand for the American mule In the Transvaal war Thousands of mules have been shipped to South Africa and it is believed that snore wtn be purchased In the past ten day the price of mules have ad viinced 200 to 5 per heal After DinnerTo aaslst digestion relieve distress hrsrtilytopruveatconstlpatlon Hood PillsSold everywhere 25 cents The senate in executive session rat Iliad The Hague peace treaty without objection or division Coughs and colds come uninvited but you can quickly get rid of them with a TarPricery Thomas 7feblm Gen Buller has not yet reported his advance towards Ladysinyth to the British war office Persons who lead a life of exposure are subject to rheumatism neuralgia and lumbago wilt find a valuable remedy in Bal lards Snow Liniment it will inflammationPricery Thomas 7feblm The good geniuses sure to prevail Manv an innocent little darling suffering untold agony and cannot ox plain its troubles Mark you childs withwormsfuge and restore it to quietness and byPerryA grant of wisdom will guild a greater surface than a grant of gold Tetter SaltRheum and Eczema The intenso itching and smarting inc by ule sihlayedapplyingin Ointment Many very bad ases ItIsnippleshappedand chronic sore eyes 25 cte per bozo arejustcondition Tonic blood purifier and me ve butdicinerse in prime condition Price 25 per package Many a pulpit huts no divine pull ing power Adams Fiaiula Cure manufactur LickKySaddleilsotGrarenbutg 4thingbo x of Adams Fistula Salvo For sale by Perry Thomas 7feb3tn William Henry Oilder the noted At tic explorer died at his homo in Mor towu N J aged 60 years Sal Blood Cure Free Eating Sores Tumors Ulcers Cancer of the Nose Eye Lip Ear Neck Breast Stomach Legs or Arms are curable by B B B Botanic Blood htii which is made especially to cure all terrible Blood Diseases Persistent Sores Blood and Skin Blem es Sciofula tlfat resist other treat ents are quickly cured by B B B- otanle Blood Balm Skin Eruptions mples Red Itching Eczema Scales Blisters Red or Brown Patches Blotches Catarrh Rheumatism etc are all due to bad blood and hence easily cured B B B Syphilitic Blood Poison erally driven from the system by B B ll Botanic Blood Balm in one toe mouths B B B does not contain getable or mineral poison One hot bJdrulgistssamplettlemall When you write describe symp ms anti personal free medical advice ill be Address Blood Balm Co 438 Mitchell street Atlanta Ga jnly26lyr We do not live by justice but by grace the63hit8thane Its taste and a Ilndwith mothers and small children Ithaquickly cures their coughs and pneumonia and other serl Jtof cases without a failure far as we have been able to learn It not only cures croup but when given as soon as prevrntthecough It liquefies the tough mucous making it easier to expectorate and ssens the severity and frequency oftie paroxysms of coughing titus priving that dioeTtse of all dangerous shomasBlood money cannot bush an acacasing conscience An Editors Life Saved by Chamberlains Cough Remedy During the early part of October 1896 I contracted a bath coal which settled on my lungs and was neglected until I feared that consumption had appeared in an incipient state I was constant Iv coughing snd tryIng to expel some thing which I could not I became alarmed and after giving the local doctor n trial bought I bottle or Chamber Iains Cough Remedy und the result waimmediate improvement and after I had used three bottles my lungs were l T liEdwardsWyant III For sale by Perry Thomas 7feblm Tbe United States supreme court has adjourned until the 26th inst In pulmonary trouble the direct pc ion of Coussens honey of Tar upon the throat chest and lungs immediate ly arrest the malady by relieving the distress cutting the phlegm and freeing the vocal and breathing organs Price 25 and 50 ents For sale by Perry Thomas Vfeblm A sincere thought is irresistiblesi Theres a story of a farmer and his son drlvinj a load to market Of the team they were driving t ne was p steadv reliable old mare the other I fractious balky black horse Ou the way the wagon was stalled and the black horee sulked and refused to pull byounggu1sa well have to lay the gad ott the old JtraytI That homely compliment to women Tbe gray mare is the better horec n sugjeesj how often when theres an extra strain to ba borne it is laid on the womans back How often she breaks dews at haiti under the add ed wdht of some lMtstrawt Women whoaredrjfKiBKaloBKYMutlvtiiKMigh e can rtre g nse of Dr PiercesGoldeaiMedicil IMscov erv It puts eoeeentratcd form the strength making tasterial which lytHanthe ordIiiaxprfssM of nonrishment and J eatnt Pellets M univereil Mventw with women bo caruso tIle N e to take and- thoro4Khly teR tiYi cvri the con eQIteRe8 etiMoIiSp- iritisM1 prjJ ti4iers the kyil hsiH Iuattbl HMW c ov 8 i Si S J j isS iT s 7 S THE MAGNIFICENT DISPLAY OP NEW SPRING GINGHAMS MV PERCALES AT THE BUY BEE CASH STORE I Is 11 great attraction for early buyers who are seeking the new desirable styles for spring and summer All the new novelties of imported Trench Gingbams and the prettiest patterns of American production are being shown in this line Now is the time to get the pretty styles TAB lla5aii Waite llUUUa That will be seen at The Busy Bee Cash Store in Jan UptoDateThe New Bnrpets and Mattings That have been unloaded at The Busy Bee Cash Store this week for their Spring business have crowded the sidewalks so as to largestlineMoquettesAxmiusteisCarpets 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 YE ARE SOLE AGENTS FOR THE AMERICAN LADY CORSET We have jusf 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 Splingtothis line of goods We know the result will be a very pleasant surprise to you Our TailormadeDresses fit to perfection Dont overlook our Lace Curtain Department we are showing some handsome things FancyDraperies weft OLDHAM COMPANY RICHMOND MT STERLING AND GEORGETOWN hI think I would eo crazy with pain were it not for Chamberlains Pain Balm writes Mr WIl Stapleion of- erininie Pa I have been afflicted rheumatism for several years and ve tried remedies without number but Pain Balm is the best medicine I ays got hold of One application re the pain For sale by Perry Thomas Tfeblra The devils mall baga gossipers mouth To Be Prepared or war is the surest way for this na on to maintain pence That is tho opinion of tho wisest statesmen ItIs equally true that to be prepared for- pring Is tho best way to avoid the peculiar dangers of the season This a lesson multitudes are learning and t this time when the blood is sure to- eb loaded with impurities and to be weak and sluggish the millions begin to take Hoods Sarsaparilla which purified enriches nnd vitalizes tine nil disease germs creates a good appetite give strength and en ergy arid puts the whole system in a healthy condition preventing pnen- mouia fevers pod other dangerous- iseasesd which are liable to attack a weakened system Tfeblm A great thought is never1 found in a menu dress The worst after effects of Inflnen a arise from deranged functions of the ver Clear the blood at once with ierbine for it will strengthen the liver biliaryIPerry Thomas 7fcblm love pf God submerges the bar IThe polite society Carry StmsMfle WithY uO A bright fresh sunny face is always inspiring and it always denotes good health as well as a happy heart Many faces that were once over past with gloom have been made lirlghitundsitu ly Hoods SarMparilla which cures ll dyspeptie symptoms strengthens the nerves and up and in vigor ates the whole system Constipation le cured bv Hoods rills te uonirritatingCatlIarlC Sold by nil druggists The hand of providence gives the est massage treatment fablers Buckeye Pile Ointment IB the only remedy or blind bleeding or protruding piles indorsed by physi iiaiis cures the nioet obstinate rases Price 50 cents in bottles Tubes 75ctB For sale by Perry Thomas Ttdblm NOTICE TO CREDITORS fClerkOtIiCBWI11oughbYIAdarOr1prot O ylIIoughlsyts Ht CreRefercnc0 Ordered tht the forwtoiiig oases be referred Com xScott toIliGM8ascertain aadt dob and owlnit bydecekMdMrilMvrUlBMktt his said report on ct 5efo5 tfci April Ternj All venotHfijfikg etetaM it t said de cetient n otied to lie their hId clilmc below fTil Scott Mwrter Cowat sloiur 05 iH xQtKIttt rt piPejicri Terlfled oaOl boftw MM ant iirM Mid April Tent o Crt o4 ells M wilt M hawed Ofdered Ia1L5inference vHWivkad M M 4 e S rBif i n PI r J ii The big labor war threatening all the building trades in Chicago is on and over 2000 men arc already out I FIND A FLAW IF YOUnCAN IN THE ARTIFICIAL TEETH- wo make quality finish fit and yes prices arid you can have your money back superiorhesitation in making this statement Filling with finest nmrxl gum or gold anti extracting is done without pnin Dtiral i itv of the work guaranteed Wo only USQ tIne inept nm torials Our fillings are WORKS OF ART v Teeth Extracted Jvli 25 FiQestAmalgam Fills 75 FiaQ Gold Fills 150 A Good Set ol TwliVj 000- AH work done by Experts DR V H HOBSON Offico Ground next door tqGovern lent llIdgm the Hob son Bldg Ky JTALo QO1T ATTORNEY AdLA W BfoHMOND KENTUCKY JiM Bce InPrathcr Bntld Mia fitreet PltrAize Hme J11SuranC insure your dwellings haiii and other prop ertytntko BLUB OKASS toSVKANCB CO 1JJCV of Lexington Ky a home inatitutioa Gre protection qaStat FIlE LIilTNlNI ANt TINA1I Hi 3sse meHt calls on meJers when lowea mjplr to other members and no IslUstkni ctiIredtO become a COpHY lIecJtHoloHt and roost reliable Company IMNte pc p1i M our county ipperaUBpla the tte aC gets eScaper cvryesr oittt aft rthe 8m year I I wtQ1edQritt It Master Commissioners SiI Allen Gnlleys Admr ic puts j Nollce of against SaleRaymond Galley Ac PeSts lln Equity btheJanuary Tenn tbereof l1KI n the above style cause the undersigned will on Wednesday February 281900 Between the hours of oclock a m and oclock pin on the premises in Madison cltoproperty viz A TRACT OF LAND Situated in Madison county Ky on the waters of Paint Lick Creek containing II acres I rod and 32 perches and adjoining the lands of Harrison liendrcn Malcolm May John West c TEKUSSale will be made on a credit of six months The purchaser will be required to Ive bond for the ient of the purchase money to have the force beac1nglegallnteretfrom s p baidfebll2w H CMOO 31ll COLE BR IJ HEADQUARTERS FORaSEWING MACHINES 5 SEWING MACHINE SUPPLIES Orders taken for PIANOS arid ORGANS Repairing Specialty 2TOFFICE opposite Court House with Freeman Bros Janl7ly Remember s purchasedthe cently owned by Mr J M Asbill near L N1 De pbdth6peparedto fresh goods to any part of the city at the j lowest I shal1coutinuet- Othake4 PRODUCE A SPECIALTY and pay more for Poultry V Butter Eggs c than ny house in Rich nKHidT It wijj certainly prove profitable to you to- get prices before dis posing of anything in this line Iil I GOFXk n y c fcNOTICE TO CREDITORS i It IlavIngp P 1cropertytecatits place of business In Richmond Ky bobarredSTATE BANK TRUST CO febll4w Assignee of John Powers NOTICE TO CREDITORSI Notice is hereby given that all parties bavin JPowcrsverified before the undersigned as agent of the I ofbusiness1900 or the same will be barred COfeblMw i NOTICE TO CREDITORS Notice Is hereby given that all parties having a c Prebefore the undersigned trustee at its place of IarcbISSTATE DANK TRUST CO febl4w Assignee of W F Powers NOTICE TO CREDITORS Notice Is hereby given that all parties having laims against the trust estate of J J Powers tbeforebusiness In Richmond Ky on or before March 1000 or the same will be barredjSTATE DANK CO febU4w Assignee of J J Io- wersVeryNew IS OUR LINE Of 190n 11vVWhich we have recent ly added to our stock We have con nee ted with us Mr w L LEEDS whose reputation as an Interior Decorator is well established and in guarant We also carry a complete line of the very freshest anaipurest dru s druggist sundries toilet articles and stationery Please call and examine our stock before purchasing else where as we will take 0 youior liot Respt PERRY THOMAS tiiii o5tiwsoi l nR1Ie 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SECY RICHMOND SCHOOL AND IFIRiAllY OF MAGNEGTIG HEALING RICHMOND KYWe teach and practice this method of MAGNETIC HEALING as does Prof Weltmer of Nevada Mo We treat auY and all diseases without the use of drugs or medicine- SThis method of treatment is not a fad or a freak a many ignorant persons surpose but a science embracing the grandest philosophical principles of any age There is scarcely a form of disease on earth that our practice has not included cancer goitre consumption constipation rheu matism female troubles scrofula general debility sexual weakness kidney trouble indigestion etc etc in fact every known disease readily gives way to this marvelous treatmentMr W E Richmond Ky afflicted with muscular and sciatic rheumatism of long standing also kidney trouble Entirely cured in two weeks Mr N B C Kingston Ky indigestion constipation torpid liver deranged kidneys sexual decline sciatic rheumatism Was given up to die by medicalfraternity Was entirely cured by thirteen treatmentsorMrs E W C Richmond Ky murcular rheumatism palpitation of the heart indigestion Cured by one weeks treatmentWe cite you to many other marvelous cures we have made in Madison county We are here to stay and solicit your patronage We are ready and willing to furnish you with references and testimonials on application We have recently added two able assistants to our staff and are now better prepared than ever to treat any and all cases Come and see us Consultation free We also give absent treatment Terms reasonable Office and treating rooms 1 2 3 and 4 GARNET KyBranchAddress nil correspondence to C M KENNEDY Secy rIRri A OR LEXINGTON KY j 20500000 Paid in Living Benefits 0500000 RESER VE AND SURPL US Ahc Eera ol 116 taasce CoinGjX largest profits consistent with safety and conservatism G Every precaution for the protection of the investor For RT particulars apply to K SMITH BOitfTVOTN SECRETARY LEXINGTON KY MRS A T MILLION Local Agent Richmond Ky e mSO o T k 5i1L to ascertain its condition you maY find that a jjHl homeISiEpjj 8p STOVES OR RANGES j r en IS IS US youForrj the latestb Ji HEATMAJCING APPARATUS priceIIstorea1TAYLOR BROS 1EWiQii CATARRH CAN BE CUR- EDMURLIOCICS CATARRH CURE IT GOES TO EVERY PART f SURE SAFE AND PLEASANT thtiendeavorthouunds haye been completely ruined by them theM YarioDaCOmP9un theworst frws of Sprays aud ointments are also Itu lmpoLbIe to reachthe oflected parts in this mauncr 1exocks Ctrrk CurOa a sad fa toM Mooted In ppetherebythefutneaLndnOkegotngo1erUi5ent1resyateni affected by the dieae JtHay Fen Colclda tlle Ia4adtotini of Catarrh no matter what hepe and cure where trcatnent3 cottnu4 all or reonbletime NomaUer how little you are simple cods Like all new and valuable pWpantfoniou wnrflndotbenMvliMt efkB from as good Beware of imitations aithej are wortblcts theirs are lot WE ONLYLK pI8pdJPutup Cktreatmentv aoraBir lL vffe l V S 4 r J n Lr t IESMI Boonesboro which Ia located OB tbi Kentucky river about 13 miles from Richmond ISa place of historic inter est in that it was the first settlement in Madison county and the second in the State Harrodsburjr lnR the first It was also tho first permanent fortified fort in Kentucky and was founded by that intrepid pioneer Daniel Uoone from whom it Rets its name He was tho moat daring and successful frontiers man in the then far west of his dxy and time Daniel Boone roamed the solitudes of our State for severaf years before he concluded to settle down to till the soil which was then dense forests inhabited by the savage red men The site of the old fort has about disappeared but the older in habitants of the little vlllagecau note the place where it stoodaiul time after time relics are plowed up which were used in the fort in ye olden times Another historic feature about this place is that the first license to run a ferry was granted by the Virginia As sembly to one of the Galloways who was killed by the savages while cut ting out the gunnels for the ferryboat The old ferry house etood until recently when it was demolished- In 1840 a grand celebration took place at Boonesboro the occasion being in commemoration of the first settlement of the fort and many noted men of State renown were gathered there The large astouibly presented old Mrs French with a handsome silk in token of respect for the one which she cut up foi gun wadding when the old fort was besefged by the Indians Mrs French was one of the Calloway girls and the presentation was a touch ing and pathetic scene This occasion is well remembered by some of the old er people Boonesboro as it now Is is a favorite site for picnics there being an abundance of shade and a splendid sulphur well The first cottonwood tree I ever saw Is at this place and it may be the only one in the State It is something like poplar Nr George Bentley whore sides at this place has in his possession an old wooden harnessmakers vise or Ientuckydepartment should be in our Stated display at the Paris Exposition The Daughters of toc1nlperect a shaft or monument at this place in honor of our illustrious pion eers Mr Bentley has an elegant sile near the pike opposite where the old fort used to stand and where it would be iu full view of the public travel The old ferry is ownedby the BoutlyNearhome of the jailer of Madison county principalStephens Lloyd Quisenberry William GeorgeBentleythe village After Daniel Boone settled Madison county he emigrated to Missouri and located there He died in 1820 A short time since there was a big dispute between Kentucky and Missouri over his ashts Best on noted hero of the brave llistorians and poets will write thy deed Two gieat States will honor thee And keep thy name green before mankind Thy native State with the others will share In the honors ascribed to thy name and fame And a great nation will respect thy name As one of its heroes and braves EDWXX BBOWN medicinereliet1woAlbanyWisnot fail to cure Perry Thomasi NEW TOES PASSIOlTS Umbrellas andiarasos fwillEiderdown flannel in pretty basket weaves makes pretty home gowns and is universally becoming maybeand shaped collai of Persian panne vel vetThe increasing prevalence for tulle and chiffon as spring advances fa cvi denced at every turn Mothers should send 4 cents in stamps to Best fe Co for theiFbig Dialogue issued in the interests of boys and girls and babies It contains articlesrortheir oungrOlks pleasingband and bow of velvet ribbon just above the elbow and terminating in a similar arrangement at the wrist One of the most elegant ball gowns ni the season is of white chiffon trimmed with trellis of chenille embroidery outlined with shaded pink roses The waist is trimmed with a band of the rellls embroidery band of roses on finishingsPetticoats tea gowns have deep yoke around the hips md are accordionplaited terminating in gathered flounce trimmed with lace embroidersViony watercolored blue EVELYN CABLE POINTING TUB WAY When into an goeenemysp the life o ever r tdepends his skilland courage It is tremendous re sponsibility and yet cannot feel it any more deeply and conscientious responsibility for the lives are denend est upon his professionalcare and kinHe feels his duty demands more interestinquestionthanbforyourMrs Claus Nelson of lfco Heights Loa Auge Vlfercewhchcould I Ihue haS since I got it I had female trouble togrthwithwouldnotwould not kt me d1e Piethhasposition for benefiting his fellow beings thegreattate of Buffalo Almost countleac thou l1ldviceII He is oaerof the best rneit i the Garfie1daadbisedical institatipns in the worM Dr jllwrtlatedCommon free for 21 onecent stamps k psy tb bsdsosmIOthbfJHad hieu7iipedecti trset1i1 y 0 HI Ithiotwosscoipke against doasUe harmony T Some deraagent of ih generative organs Is ike maui c aM of most of the uaappineas in the houMkold The husband cunt anderstftad these troubles The male WOMANS PECULIAR ILL has been cunng 1 serious ills of women for a quarter of a century Failure to secure proper dvce should nqt J excuse the of today for the wisest counsel can be had iQ without charge Write to Mrs Pinkham for it Her address Lynn Mass Among the multitude of wo helped by Mrs Pinkham and by Lydia E PinkhamV JOSEPHKING youkindypfessing my for the wonder takingLydiapound I suffered for a long time with falling of the womb and those terrible pains and it seemed as though my back would never aching also had leucorrhcea dull headaches could not sleep was weak and life was a burden to me I doctored goodMy IdidCompound and a of Liver Pills nnr1n can state that if more only give your medicine a fair trial they bless the day they saw your advertise whatkermedicineFIRST IN THE WORLD rWe Lead the Nations in the Drinking ol Coffee We are the greatest coffee drinkers in the world In 1897 we used 636000 000 pounds of coffee This was 10000 000 pounds more than was consumed by all the combined countries in Europe We have increased our consumption of coffee duringtbe past year at the rate of more than a person and we now use fully fifty pounds annually Jor each person in the United States The amount spent for this coffee is- enormous During the last ten years we have paid out 875000000 or 87 000000 per annum for coffee alone The largest part of this money has been paid to Brazil But it is safe to say that there is a good reason behind this enormous consumption of coffee and the revolution which has taken place in the coffee trade of the UnlteilStates during the last twenty years in an ex cellent illustration of the principle that Americans and American skill can bring prices to so Iowa point that the greatest luxuries may be enjoyed by the people of the country at the smallest cost Thirty years ago there was not one pound of roasted coffee sold in this country where now there is forty In those days retail grocers bought and sold coffee in its green state and each consumer roasted it for himself in an iron pot over an ordinary fire Of course it was impossible to uni form result from such crude methods and from lack of experience and stu pidity the coffee was far palatable but there was one great advantage in this method vizThat the coffee was freshly roasted and did not have time to lose the b nieingof l heittletodf beromroaster It it can be in a ti c suloseditbutwooden box or bin an odor yoorsurrounding odors and when exposed to the air all its delicate aroma is rapidly foTheref theetyroundingthe air all its delicate aroma is rapidly dissipatedI cofIfeeCoffee which has come into favor with consumers not alone because of its purity and high quality but by reason doubtless of the fact that immediately Plthtlyclosedair proof Thus the aroma is carefully abbleclosed package and full weight is abso lutely guaranteed Without a word being spoken the purchaser of a pack age of Lion Coffee has his guarantee olo thlutestength at no extra cost Everything Clittlerapidly supplanting the old favorites of the last ten years DGrownnearly 1500 feet above the level of the sea it is cultivated with great care and unceasing attention Immense capital has been expended to develop this most famous of all coffees Very re cently the Lion Coffee mills at Toledo have been reinforced by very large mills newly erected iu Brookly N Y The Brooklyn mills are equipped with every latest appliance for carrying on the business in the most scientific way The purchaser of Lion Coffee maybe assured that bois buying nothing but cofleo that it is of the highest grade and that from the standpoint of econ omy he could not make a better choice The preservation of its aroma and ifs wonderful natural strength combined make it a most delicious beverage A singe pound makes forty cups Thla is a which ry few other bands can attain If our reaJersbave never tried this really remarkable fee we urge them to do so eelI days delay 1eKiiItI1e Ugllet The woman who is lovely in face haveCrlendstive must keep her If she is weak sickly aad alt run down she will be nervous and irritable If she 1terhopareblQOd ehe skin eruptions and a wrie iocomplexion Electric Hitter jihebeet aiedicine n the world to regut puijybright eyes vvikhi rich complexion It will m fodjooi JtQoownlrbomas Drug torf The Iowa M t ty t e eilaabItWh3gbwUlkl piiastu i7c V i physician only knows of them theoretically and scientifically and finds it hard to cure them But there is cure for them certain practical and- 5ympathetic QP Mrs Pinkham a these women r is men gratitude bearingdown stop box ladies would would obtain less record health Kuooth iVg MONEY ISA CORRUPT THING Cochocton N T Times newspaperStWhat an exaggeration what a whop pert It has been disproved a thousand times itis a case of airy fancy It doesnt take money to run a newspaper It can run without Inoney It is not a business venture It is a charitable Institution a begging concern a highway robber A newspaper is the child of the air a creature of a dream It can joon and on and any other concern would be in the hands of a re ceiverand wind up with cobwebs in tho windows It takes wind to run a newspaper it takes scintillating acrobatic imagination and a half dozen white shirttf and a railroad pass to run a newspaper IJut who ever needed money to conduct a newspaper Kind words are the medium of exchange that do the business for the editor kind words and church sociable tickets I When you see the editor with money watch him Holl be paying his bllIl and disgracing his profession Never give money to an editor Make him swapThen having stood around foryears and sneered the editor and his little Jim Crow paporl sure and have your wile send In fur plugyoUforewarnto the editor It would overwhelm thingTheyour heartfelt thanks Then he can thank the printers and they can thank their grocers Take your job work to another job Cnurchads and stationary printed out of wn and then flood the editor with autiful thoughts in resolutions of respect and cards of thanks They make pickitmortuary articles you areso proud of ur local paper thingDontknow any thing about it Keep that r sordid tradespeople who charge fcr peawayver Hen take care of the H Theas a doormat for the company He will whoopitand lie about your pS601106 daught ers tacky wedding ned blow about yourblglootedsona when they get a 4 a week job and weep Per your shriveled soul when it is released from its giddyout the editorhell get on The Lord knows howbut somehow Voleanlcliruptionsstr Are cofem also Old Running and Fevernores Ulcers Dolls Felons CornswWarts etihappedc coureAches Only 25 cents a box Cure guaranteed Sold by Perry do Thomas ruggist 2 A WHAT WOULD JESUS D01DAtLY publication1t WOhasSteps or W hat Would Jesus Do and a half dozen other widely read books Over 3000000 copies of it iave been sold in England and probably half that many in this country In his most famous story hegivcft it largo place as to how a Christian daily newppaper was established It is bin C h Detrolhristiany paplauseheaskedmagnificent endownments will giyo 1000000 for the establishment of n great Christian daily newspaper1 Through requests of leading citizenil MrfSbpiitplantto him March 13to10 Ileliaif accepted the offer and will show jthft world his Ideas as to what every Chriw tian daily should be The Union Jospl News Cleveland 0 made epeciat arraugeinqiits by wirci at anile that allows it to offer the ToH pekaCI t r for ftie ely Issues edited byMrhJigntlthUnlon GOSpel ows n 18 issues for 4b c pricefthe5 edits ana dlifithe1hreemonth w IJIlla PhuIiptrongrpr Ute first tiIDil rQrYgfnal Mt91ralltij w Remenitfec you jtet the she 1ssuo tnAijjjDoit tri T lI asot- ietyni fIJ 1I 141 e i- c4tisad O Iq Magas eM11tiid y oaai Ife l lfj T it I THKneHcy Of Democratic TJaitei t 8eB tora should be of m1iehhi erwt everywhere and as KeBtuok Democracy has no daily paper with both the ability and the desire to pro agate Democratic policies womus look to other journals for our information and inspiration A New York paper of January 25 announces that at YashIngton City Oil the preceding day the Democratic Senators held their first caucus since the administration policy with respect to the new posses slons has 1at least partially de finedanti agreed upon alias ofconcert el action with respect to that poltc when it shall come before the Senate ill the shape of proposed legislation Ass rule theJIne of action agreed np on at this caucus is one of opposition Inono thing only does there appear to have been an agreement with the policy of the President ami that is iu regard to his proposition for free trade be tween the United States and Porto Rico This of course is because such interchange of traffic between Porto Rico and the United States is in the direction of free markets which is the fundamental principle of the Demo cratic party If the Democratic Sena tore could extend this to saanddo but the futility of such au effort is apparent even to themaIn todays caucus was a free interchange of views and by common consent a programme was agreed upon although no motion of any kind was put and no resolutions offered TheoDemocrats accepted Porto Rico and Hawaii as United States territory with ticameate was a party while the other be came the territory of this government through tho cession of Spain of her sovereignly A fine distinction is drawn between Porto Rico and the fagreeother Haying accepting Porto Rico under the treaty and Spain having ceded her sovereignty the Democrats hold that all the laws of the United States become operative there and in Hawaii too and for that reason they will favor the extension of our tariff abolilhmEntislands and the United ahowevereministrationThey decided to oppose everything that looks to a continuance of the mill tary sjovcrnment established by this government in Cuba and to insist up on the speedy redemption of the pledge to establish an independent and stable government in that IslandtSo far as the Philippines are concerned the Democrats agreed to oppose every proposition advanced by the ad ministration The Bacon resolution said one of the Senators who attended the caucus represented the views of the Democrats We favor the suppression of the insurrection said this Senator but we believe it would speedily if the Democratic idea wereNfolowed If we declare it to be our intention not to hold the islands permanently but to establish an inde pendent republic under the protector ate of the United S tales therevolution will at once end That is what we contended for and the Democrats will be content with nothing short of that It was also agreed that a free coinage substitute should bo offered for the Re pendIngI get every Democratic vote except those of Lindsay of Kentucky am eryof LouisianatHylers Dycpepscia Tablets pleasant easy to take and givo permanent re lief 30 days treatment Mailed on receipt of price JIunnocK CURE Co nov291y Atlanta Ga RELIGIOUS The Christian church has 22 churchca in Cincinnati and suburbs besides preachingis valued at 250000 and the total rshirp is 4500 There were 310 addi otherwiselaste niuount raised for all purposes was 11000 After doctors failed to cure mo of CouJhCureIt is the best remedy on earth foY whooping cough It cured my grand writesJohnimmediatecroup and throat and lung troubles Il prevents consumption Children al ways like it Mothers endorse it Per ry Thomas Pittsburjr Coal Trust is to have ong opposition In New Orleans A mbine has been effected by B D Wood i Sons the Southern railway tl four Southern coal companies hich will insure practically unlimit supply of Alabama coal This- mbination its promoters claim will considerably lower prices Write Murdock Cure Co Atlanta Ga enclosing 2cbtatnp for free sample HvlersDlipepslacure every case of Catarrh JDyppepsia uovlyI JHE PRINCE OF WALES Hero are some interesting facts about the Princb of Wales which are con do used from rhls biography sis written by his private secretary He Is a Colonel eight times over He has one private secretary two asCsistant secretaries and a staff of to assist him He receives 200 letters a day anti answers most of them lIe has every order of knighthood in Europe His uniforms Are worth 75000 Ho is the chief horse owner dog owneand yachtsman in England Sandaymorning He started life with an income of f5J00 IHohits favorite vehicle in London t liaudsoirie cab yet bis stables cost 75 XiOayear yy tie Uli8 irieuu5iu every nation aatI spJlksOoiiNanFrench Italian and Russian v Heis 6 feet 0 inches tall and weighs 180 pounds He is 63 years old and has jour jrjiiidchUdreR lVYverylelllluhe tutOrleftbiai 1IooMInHo Ella thefaahlooinCoth for he hole world Re 13 adyerMtx4rew- He baa Mde MMir e p M ibra vf HMMI im kite world itmeetly short u its ow the dp inIM le aa4L II wu the tot Cbrwdwi oJ M 4t 7IqT l 1 H t 1tI I if PLEASE TR Y t OANDIY CATHARTIO JOe25c 50c WHAT IS EXPECTED OF A COUNTRY EDI TOR Last week the country editors of IllI- nois held a meeting in Chicago and O 1Country reaus of information and aecomodation We are expected to do too much with ut pay We are expected to boom the military company or the new brass band picnic or the settlers society raf e out of patriotism A couple of complimentary tickets folks thinkwill square it with the editor His space is gratis Physicians by the ethics can not advertise Therefore they are not contributors to our funds Lot an operation come about and our doctor comes to our office and gets us give han a send off gratis I Lawyers do exceedingly little adver tising maybe carrying a professional card at 25 cents a week but if a case comes off or is to come off under their auspices our lawyer friend thinks he is doing us a service to have us print all the news about him Its more space to help a mans business and its gratis The merchant who carries 10 display ad with us thinks he is- ntitled to editoral booms when ho becomes an officeseeker and all the write ups his entire family and connections want gratis Everybody in fact who wants to know anything or get any thingor do anything or have anything done unto him comes and tells and we are expected to bring about ho happy consummation with no more substantial rewards than goodwill and an approving conscious We country editors know this Is our great est trouble but we are reforming and It will ere long be changed Compli mentaries and good will no longer con sole us We want money and when we get that w canbuy all the tickets we need and earn good will in some other channel The reform is already on John Dirr Poseyville jut saysHI never used anything as good as One Minute Cough Cure We are hover without it Quickly breaks up coughs andcolds Cnres all throat and lung troublpfi Itf use will prevent consumption Pleasant to take Perry Thomas The Rough Rulers reunion of 1900 will be held at Oklama City Oklaho ma June 21 fb 21 inclusive The date of assembling was fixed by Lieut Brodie president of the Associa iou of Rough RIders Reuben Walker was found dead on the railroad track three miles from Kuttawa Ky He left that place while under the influence of liquor and probably was frozen to death More casualties at the battle of Spion Kop were reported to the British war office making the number now reported 1985 A Washington correspondent of the Chicago TimesHerald says that Adm Dewey will be a Presidential candidate in 1904 Paris having put up her prices visitors might as well got ready to put up heir money SecreHiry of the Navy Long has presented to the city of NashvIlle the one pound Hotchkiss gun which fired the first shot in this Spanish war It was on board the gunboat Nashville WOOD iSTUllBS fre Tcstei Kefrtls f SEEDS PradUCII fheauf CropS Wlwrew Sen 4 jtj anSourthonanndsoncecommeoce plaaUu WoodStubbV or1111IoUme1n3onrhandaourNewSeedSock cultivationwill213ltIt SeedCrinquoted at any time on request W fi i STUMS SCNSBM Cor Brook and JeHenoa Streets LOUISVILLE KY HOME SEEKERS Excursion at very low rates to many points in the following territories Alabama Arizona Arkansas British IGeorgiadahoLouisiana Manitoba Michigan lit Ia souri Montana Mississippi Nebraska NorthCarolipaDakota South Carolina Tennessee Fexas Utah Virginia Washington Wisconsin and Wyoming over BIG FOUR ROUTE Selling dates February 16 20 March J20 AfHil317I000 For frail information and particulars s to rates tickets limits stop over privilegw etc call on agents of Big undersignedWARskIa GPkTA AG PtPACi- ncinnt1ti9 marl iLIJBmS mSRORTLLN- ETONew Orleans Bet lAne tof ARKANSAS TE As MEXICOr AND GALiJOK tIA dsM IWrioi Ils cr iru Lkr- ea JII Muwcta SJpaisiiarf t 1u r 11M JII wLLL L- Iat ACiLrI 1 = u J H C c11 ar- rJ 0 c aJ t ALL I 1 BS S l A BOON TO MANKIND D enDtoojr1f11 zf t1DRUGGISTSt TABLERS BUCKEYEi PILE 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 310 North Main Street ST LOUIS MU For sale by PERRY THOMAS Druggists JanlSly Pittsburg Central Stock Yards EAST LIBERTY PA OFFER 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