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Digital page images are linked to the text file. d Tf n Ii pi iTF113 RICHMONDCLIMALL VOLTJM1 20RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 21 1900 NUMBER 38 K PROFESSIONAL CARDS AT OtNEYS H E ROBERTS ATTQRNEYATLAWda B Office over Climax Office with Jus BMctreary Second Street RW MILLER MoArroRxCTALLW Moomceanners National Bank feh3ly SULIIV2TArrO- iNiYtTLAW JA RICHMOND KENTUOKY Oflire over State Rank Trust Co1 op pwite Court House on Main street J 0 D M UliKNAULT ATTORNEYS AT LAW RICHMOND KKNTUCKY Chenjaults W ItLEfCHERAttomeyat ZiwH- irmioxn KENTUCKY Oflico with TT Smith Jr over ClvJn ton MitttlittllV T O L owry AttornjatLawlt yBulIngThchond Ky TALBOT JACKS01T J ATTORNEYATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY air Office in Prather Tiulldlng Main fitrcet PHYSICIANS DRS GIBSON GIBSQ- rIrrrCrAZSANDSURQEOS RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office in the Joe Cclins building iS and 10 Sec ond Street over Wnueold drugstore 27 31 IJETEIINARr SURGEON iGntlluate Ontario Veterinary College Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty JWOflice up stairs over store recently accu pied by Richmond Harness Co East St Kichmoml Kyaprlly ii C ASPER Ai D Medicine and Surgery Pratlier Building Main Street jRtclLiOSD FAANS V D GW Pms clAn AND SUWJEON RICHMOND KENTUCKY DENTAL STJEOSSY t 1 3XzrtkT onso VeNTIIIT LOUISVILLE KT at Office next deor to OoVOrnrnent BuildIng Richmond Ky Other hours 9 16 1U04 uovi7ly 0 D7RsMITDENtIST Offlce over Taylr B 01 Hardware Store Main Street JanlZly h VIwill he at M M Millers residence second door la PottolHce Richmond IyOfl WEDNESDAY fflCH 14 1900 returning every second Wednesday o each- I month Rufercnce every physIciol Rich 1Blond Ky maylly syDrThe Optic Specialist iofNo Ml fourth Avenue Louisville wlirbe at Olyndoti ibM Richmond 1the FEBRUARY 20 returning oue day each month Byes exam Ind and glasses scientifically adjusted SJ2 uitni uy pnKSKxrs For 50c worth of wk Wo ac jiivlnp away WHtilio ilrvrlo striving ma Hiiues jriim An Ac tn iiitriMliun onr paper TAS PI M K n hi 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letters from poplf win liftro bepn cured by Eloc Iropois KIKOritOPOISE CO 513 Kiiiiitit Avenao Ixirisrille Ky sijit 27 lyr hckc asi lo R ll1l J Time of Trains at Winchester Ky WEST ROUND Mt Sterling and Lciloirton Accom 6 Gun Eastern Express for Loalaville I 80 tm ImNewRASP ROUND ilnron and Morehoul Accom 9 IS New York Limited F F V 1158 ana peWashingtonftxpresi I Accommodation trains run daily except Sunday Other traina run dilly Through sleeping SUQ dining car service to WevYork Kor Information ntas orsleeperrewrratfeer all on or write K HOOD Agent LANjrv r- erOOltGSWiBAKnYD oAOQBfIrt hCM Kf County Court Days Paris Bourbon county first Monday Richmond Madison county first Mon day secondMonday secoudMonday MontlayMondayNicholasville nday fourlh110nday fonrthMondav IT IS NO BURDEN when a PIANO or ORGAN is pur chased Iere Our system of easy payments enables any one to en joy the music o- ftt rtstmirnt without depriving themselves of necessary comforts One of these INSTRUMENTS would mako a superb HOLIDAY PRESENT Why not come jn and look at these special bargainsHARDING RIEHM H G KENT AGENT RICHMOND KY Our Goods AND Our prices Compel 3oti to trade with us when you give us a trial 1rB j1iB ha ID r rnmID1tDv IDnvn jl DA The ladies cannot be deceh ed by catchy phrases nor bombastic claims All wehaUsay is we buy in the best markets of the world select the la test goods and when you buy you know you have the latest uptodate goods Is that what you want If so trade with WnittND Giuson SALESMAN WANTED Enclose Stamp for Particulars withoutInjurRWE 50CTS PER BOX ANTI= KINK Endorsed by the United States Health Import DARRAGH RICH New York Sour 7rANUFACTUagRStI nSt2w ++ +CALL AT + + di j SALOON PARLORcWHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found in the city are dispensed by upto late and accommo dating clerks Genuine Saraloia Water Kept on Tap Phone 3 Second St RICHMOND KY TO FLORIDA DOUBLE DMLYPAST TRAIN VIA THE SOUTHERN RAILWAY SeazonflItSOUTSERthe most superior cchedales through carser arranlltJentsgeneraiIysorts DOUUU5DAILY 1 RAINS from Cincinnati iml LoaU ville In connection with the Queen Crescent Route vii Chattanooga Jesup and The Plant System THBOUGH SLEEPINQCAR from Clods nati to Jacksonwiile with convenient countstions from Lonlsvilje via uazvIIIeAsbeville and s Is the Scenic Route through the Mountains of Western North Caro liaaTte land of the Sky Also through Sleepingcars from Sf Louis to Jacksonville in connection with the LE iSt L Railroad Air Line via Louisville and through vlcepingcsn from Kansas to Jacksonville vU the K C FS M Railroad in connection with THE SOOTHEBN RAIL WAY Tla Birmingham Atlanta and KansuCltyJaclKansas City to Jacksonville All Agents ot connecting lines sell through Winter Excursion tickets via TUB SOUTHERN RAILWAY to the Retorts of Florida and the South Maps schedules booklets and Infoimatlon nailed fret to any address by J C BUAM Ja- N WPA1SOAdani St Chicago BrlHlTraTJWATraxr e FMer Ay t WMtfelMtOB B c TAVLQMaSi IG gir ANNOUNCEMENT sea cbnstr crux We are authorlzed to annonnce ARCH Ko DOTY for Countvto the action of the Democratic PartyhWe are authorized to btohWetheactionTMILLErSJect to the action of the Democratic partyb JESSECOnBto the action of the Democratic partybFOB SUEBIPT We are authorized to announce JOhN F Madlsoocountyobject WBALLARDSheriff subject to the action of the Democraticparty MARTINGENTRY Democraticparty DBROADDUSsubject to the action of the Democratic party FOB ASSESSOR OLDUAIcountysubject to the action of cmtic partyhWe are authorized to announce JAB L Madisoncountysubjectparty We are authorized to announce GEORGENOLAND a candidate for Assessor of Madisoncounty subject to the action of the Democraticparty WDEATIIEItAOR theDemocraticWe are anthorized to announce BUD DUNN AssessorsubjectFOB JA1LEH We are authorized to announce JAMES C lcountyparty We are authorized to announce PETER G tcountypartys ROSSatheDemocraticWe are authorized to announce FJ PER tbeactionWASHINGTON LETTERC The reason for the very marked friendship shown by the administra tion towards Great Britain in the South plaIDbytwo countries formally abrogating the clause in the old ClaytonBulwer treaty by which Great Britain claimed the right of dual control over the Nicaraguan canal about to bo built by the United States As a piece of diploma cy on the part of Great Britain it ranks ByItStates to build the canal at its own ex pense and to operate police and con trol it holding it neutral tor the ships 0Iup money and to execute all tIme above tasks and further agrees not to fortify approachesButhzmationa trality of the canal but the United States pledges itself not to fortify either the entrance nor the approaches Time result is that Great Britain has the canal built at no trouble or expense topherself imd if she over goes to war with this country she can send her overwhelming fleet to Nicaragua sieze hItt Atlantic to the Pacific and harry both tour coasts and at the same time pre passingcry in this because all treaties mossu during war and the Hay Paunrefote treaty will be no exception Unlesa the United States shall build a huge mivy the chances are that any war with Great Britain would end with the latter as owner of the canal Oh It Ua love stroke of diplomacyfor Great Britain Tho worse part of time affairs that the OlaytonBulwer treaty was really abrogated years ago by its chief provision being deliberately violated by Great Britain She pledges herself not to exlond her territory in America nellrlydouble1British Honduras Now she takes ad SecretaryHayready broken and by doing so to limit the United States in the execution of a work already practically undertaken In a way which is sooner or later bound o iiuure to her advantage and the disaadvantage Of this country Fortun a the nato t ohuenough Senators pre free from Anglo mania to amend it before ratification Even if the Senate should ratify It without amendment the House will still something to say regarding the anal bill ChairmarrHepburnof the Commerce Committee who prepared the bill declares that the United States must and will fortify and says that without such fortification the govern mont far instance would never havttdared to bring the Oregon through the canal during the late waroThe Porto Rican bill will be taken up in Congress Bome tline this week and the hottest sort of a fight is likely to be porcipltated The crucial question whether Congress can establish a tariff for that and other Is lands difluriui from that of the United States Time Constitution provides that all duties imposts and excises must be uniform throughout the United States The Waysand Means Committee which reported the bill tIJltaJartoll1iesion therefore does not apply TIle Committee says That Congress has power to govern acquired territory in dependent of the limitations of the Constitution but In cases where the territory has heon acquired for the purposes of Statehood Congress would bo subject to those fundamental lbs rfKhtillhldlamtoranul and the general spirit of the ConsUlt tion front which Congress derives all its powers than by any express and direct ap 1icstl6rfpf its provision IB oilier wordsthme llepubjicau committee contends that the Porto ItTciras re 801 citizens of this country that they are not entitled to trial by jury lutbeas corpus freedom of time press or fl sp echortobosecure agiti t aiirw srHMtW rcHJar or seisurea Tbey may b flnted all t1Iiithef hare no rid Ilioe8abto rijrht to It Ilf tk4esI lH4d tiwet tiMfh I IksiMmM tbi pt r o SW tow grantEitherof religion It pleases can permit poly fresltfenlhasibit it The Democrats on time othei thlislanesilegea of the United States citizen illbetweentocratic rule between time Republic nd the Empire The debalejmny well e interesting as it concerns the fate ormilliona of people There is excellent authority lor slating that the weakening of the Ken tucky Republicans was due to time filet that President McKinley intimated to them that he could not support the utrageous usurpations of which Mr Taylor has been guilty much as he would like to do The universal feeling in this city in both parties is one condemnation of Mr Taylors course One of the Cabinet officers said that no South American Presi dent had over carried things in so igh handed and Indefensible a manner Public opinion which it must bn confessed was strongly in favor ol the Kentucky Republicans changed com pletely in all circles in this city and people beginning to realize that men who behave as Taylor has done were none too good to resort to falsehood as to Democratic oppression in order to create public sympathy fortheir cause hihhions Given Away publicw ho are not afraid to be generous to tho needy and suffering The proprie tors of Dr Kings Now Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds have given away over ten millions trial hot hee of this great medicine and have the satisfaction of knowing it has abso itchy cured thousands of hopeless cases Asthma Bronchitis Hoarse ess and all disease of the Throat byItSuccessors to W G White and get a trial bottle free regular size 50c and Every bottle guaranteed or price refunded S NEARLY fouryears ago William J Bryan on the eve of going to visit the East spoke of entering the enemys c DispatchHeound it no longer the enemys country In the great city ot New York the center of opposition to Bryan In 1890 he tow finds himself among friends lie is greeted with enthusiasm and finds the Democrats who formerly opposed lira ready to support him and join the v500000 voters wHo gave this cham lion of the people their suffrage in the last Presidentialcontest Apropos of Bryans recent visit the New York Journal editorially says Mr Bryan in New Yorkls no longer in the enemys country When he comes lucre now he finds himself a aiong his friends And he realizes as the coming Presidential campaign ap roaches that New York is not to be lightly thrown away but it is a prize worth working for He announces that tie has brought a barrel of oil with im to harmonize the Democratic lau ions An admirable plan and one hat the Journal has consistently urged from the beginning Mr Bryan believes that a united Democracy means victory and he pro loses to do all he can to secure harmo ny of action This should be urged by all true Democrats It is the couise of wisdom and tha true road to success That Bryan is the man for President isa selfevident lact Time New YorJ lFJournal knows this and speaks thusiastically in his favor as follows Mr McKinley and Mr Bryan both favor legislation against the trusts But Mr McKinley lets the laws we have against time trusts rest idly on the shelfb1l Bryan would enforce then Congress is talking about abolishing the tostal deficit by taxing cheap litera ture If Mr Bryau weru President be would leave Congress nothing to do in that direction he would abolish the deficit himself by revising the contracts that bleed the govemuiehtfor the profit of the transportation companies If Mr Bryan were President he would nut sell a government building bank leave the money in the banks vault and pay 5130000 a year for the use f itand retain title in the government or the purpose of enabling the bank to evade its taxes If Mr Bryan were President he wonldJlot pour millions of public won ey into the coffers of banks that claimed the uso Of it on the ground that their officers had rendered him important political services Ho would not give a corporation monopoly of ttc Cuban cable service He would not allow the influence of political and official rings armyHever to men like Hanna Platt and Quay These are the characteristics of the two candidates for President Let minor differences be ignored by Demo dacratsthe people be made President by the people t Knl Met ItBH The Gui Was the ball that hit G BSteadman of Newark Mich in time Civil War It caused horrible Ulcers that no treat ment helped for 20 years Then Buck leus Arnica Salvo cured him Cores Cuts Bruises Burns Boils Felons Piecareonteed Sold by Perry ThouiM Drug jfurts 3 Accurate statistics have ban com piled of the total shipments of Ken tucky turkeys during the Thanksgiv lag and holiday season of 1899 The phi number of pounds slilpp d was 2181190 and theainount received for same was 25543241 and average price per 100 pounds flltU 91 The poultry business is fast becGtBili one of the leading tudustries of the State and it is predicted that idewyears it wlllb the largest The elinwt ton nyiivorabkJllAnt ltboithhlrrns kk alreedy them Cf6f fleWittu Witch HMI1W ir fit ua MMriM focpilIlifwfcM MMi skiidl It in i rWwri with ti701lbf J 1 r i Iii KIND WORDS FOR BHCKHAM Bardstown ScntinalJ Crlpps Beckham absolutely honest capable free from blame of any kind in his public life an exemplary in his pri vnte life Hp is not offensively aggres sive but positive determine and firm without being stubborn While ho tins c mrage in his convictions he Is willing at all times to listen to and accept the advice of his friends when they propose time correct idea Ho is tree from all viciousness just equitable and fair Ills nature is to bo careful painstaking Bud persistent in ascertaining what his course upon public questions shotiid be After the questIon is determined he is open with his opinions and free from anything and everything approaching tim demagogue He is not what is known as a practical politician he is paHspohiticui1 govThebeen his success Allin all he willbe yond question make a chief execu tive who will in a diligent and intelli gent search find linuch good to be lone while isis prudence caution and couserv tisw will keep hint clear of i govflslfltpeople should elect him to the fnli term and hereb hoping they will binyearsnent relief tilt I began to take One tImebestKoontz Cory Pa It quickly cures grippeandchildrens favorite remedy Cures quickly Perry YteIuisviIte timeoflpavhliommTue of a broad flight of steps is made through five wide doors into a vestibule itvestibuletnainjauditorlum is reached At each end of the vestibule will beTtIme stairways reaching the first second galleries The first floor is to consist of a great nave 175 feet long and seventyfive feet wide The will fill Onoftrance and the Paioccupyto the left and ri ht of Inmomsed for near the stage and under the stairs at each side oT the front The greatest distance of any seat in the auditorium from the speakers stand will bo 120 feet There will be two either odoutholysired uprightIoints shiplapboardsoutside and tinted on the inside The roof will have a waterproof coy ering The windoas will be movable many of them with flags used as panels thereby producing a flue effect The stage will seat 200 the first floor 3iuo tIme BUbgallery 1250 the main gallery 2175 making a total of 7225 seats By placing chairs in the aisles the total amiThatsinDonaldthe plans stud will have charge of its co nstrUctirnth fisADELESSgoods than any other dye andI colors them better too Sold by C L Searcy Waco KJThomas Adams Panola K styIt is a notable fact that many good items are lost to the w theekwho hesitate to tell the editor matters concerning themselves fhe right tiling to do is courteously stop the newspaper man on the street or any other place you way see him and tellI him have been on a visit have- relatives vlsitiugyou or that you and your wife have a new baby at the house or that your wife entertaitmei- eudmifr or anything that is in any wa u matter of news If you have doit anything mean keep that to yourself foe he always know iti there Ire others who make it their business to tell about that Blue Grass Clipper VasaysNothtuspepsia Cure One dose relieved me a dmgetuimatw p sia Pqrry Thomas No less a sum than 1600000 has been assigned by tho Emperor of Ja pan for the purchase of the trousseau of the bride of isis son and heir this enormous expenditure being rendered necessary by the fact that the future Empress of Japan requires acomplete European outfit and likewise an equally comprehensive native trousseau It Jt difficult to say which of the two will prove the more expensive Time bride of the Crown Prince of Japan Is only 15 years of age bears the name of Princess Sada and is time daughter of PrluceEugo LAniESTFor relief of women Ches ter Tansy Tablets worth their weight lit gold A safe and certain monthly regulator 1 a box McKDocE CURE Co nov29 ly Atlanta Ga Mr YotiHjjpop My little girl is near lv 2 years old and hasnt learned to talk yet Mr H8npeckkolJontiet that wor ryyou My wIfe says she dldnt begin to talk until ihue was nearly 3 und low W 8 JPbllpot Ga eys uDeWItt1tLIUkE4rJy 1oPer ol me more JtOOtJtltAftaay pills I ever took foreolldpttflonmlio Perry bopMW Tue mn who wit ha 4 erfor sevef al yMwi wiiheat peysg Jor Jtaltd- tbeftwrren jirciatd by ilue pablteher dii pis the pttpeiti k Into tiWj okred tNTiiMd n ie- BMMUNC is UM MM Who blUc his ill pt Mvtk off t tori Ite kalte b iujiiiili ResoluitMS Adopted at Valley View The citizens of this place met at Mil lers school house last Saturday jiigbt and adopted tile following reoolutious We the citizens of Valley View and vicinity in mass meclinc Assembled hereby renew our allegiance to the principles of free government founded on the fundamental instrum lIt to which all legislation must conform viz A constitution not affectedby a compromise of conllietinpr opinions re gar ding partisan measures In our devotion to time principles of a constitutional forin of government we have see h the unconstitutional attempt of certain parties seeking to overthrow soereign statehood by a gross ureur pation of time basic principles on which the Judiciary Legislative and Executive drive their powers We deplore time fact that certain nics have by the aid of corporate ed sought to overthrow popular rnment in our grand Common lth Recognizing the supreme fact that Kentucky is united to the sisterhoodof States by a written constitution which binding them tuflicientlv for mutual defense and the settlement bearing on the whole yet leaves each State free to ern itself and an independent pow- s concerns its internal affairs If this freedom and independency of administration of individual State government is shaken by the compact ding tIme sisterhood of States then our constitution totters and if Feder al interference Judicial or otherwise can set aside time laws conforming to the written constitution of seperate State then that basic principle on which said law or laws was founded falls into ruin- Therefore we the citizens of Valley w otTer our services to Governor J W Beckham in order to carry out mandates of the law in the premises ELMER KOKTHCOTT Chm J L SOWERS See Mrs J K Miller Newton Hamilton Pa writes I think DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve the grandest salve made overythingfraudPerry Thomas PAHEcompiled tho war bill to elate as fol low s On account of the war de p artmnent255000OcX cheaccountpartment C9000OOQ d to Spain for Philippines 20000000 terest on war loan to date 9000000 creased expenses in departmental service in Washington 2 000000 Total war expendituresS355 000000 OiLarcount of the rebellion in the Philippineswhich is by no means end it is safe to say that this amount go DmTo Cure a Cold lit One DayITake Laxative Bromo U fai stlsnature is on each box oct25Cm MUSIC FOR FISH BAITst An eccentric hermit named William Schucller who lives at FranklinMich j s said to be one of the most successful ishermen in his part of the country d he claims to call tho fish to him by ging Old Hundreth lie goes Ut in his boat and takes a station in rly deep water Then ho sings at e same time keeping his eyes ojn the water in search of fish Gradually tilt crowd about his boat he claims d when enough are gathered togeth r time wily fisherman casts a net and catches dozens at a single haul The old gentleman has a famous voice and his icighbors are inclined to believe his range story The answer of Mr Bryan to Bourke Tehran of New York shows that oSe gentlemen who sure proposing their own terms for returning to the Democratic party will not meet with my encouragement from him Mr Bryan will not trim his sails to suit every favorable wind Meade County Messenger J sitLUII h109 Every cough makes your throat more raw and irritableEveryc- ough congests the lining lungsCease wayPutgive them a chance to heal You will need some heir to do this and you find it in Age S- cberrg pecforai From the first dose therquiet and rest begin tickling in the throat ceases the spasm weak ens the cough disap- pearS Do not wait for pneumonland con sumption cut short your cold without delay Dr JLyWs Cherry PeI- sral Piaster skoald te eertkelngsofeverYperha Write to the Doctor WniI sa a Ioa z lIly uV mit1ktbsct 1vt2Iu A i Ii OL E BR HEADQUARTERS FORISEWING MACHINES SEWING MACHINE SUPPLIES Orders taken for PIANOS and ORGANS Repairing a Specialty aWOFFICE opposite Court- House with Freeman Bros jauUly Remember purchasedthe cently owned by Mr J M Asbill near L S N De preparedtofresh goods to any part of the city at the lowest prices I shall continue to make- PRODUCE A SPECIALTY PoultryButter than any nouse in Richmond It will certainly prove profitable to you to mv prices before disposing of anything in this line AL GOT Jan21tf PtroniZB lloo Iuaae properlyInstitutionGivesFIRE LIGHTNING AND TORNADO No assessment calls on members when losses occur to other members and no initiation fee charged to become a member ofcompany The apest and most reliable company for the theteonehalf after the first year an agentdoppositeCourtCompany upstairsJ H CABTEH Pres niayMly C O BOSWOETH Secy Kodolyspepsia Digests what you eatIt- artificiallydigeststhofoodandaids ature in strengthening and recon ructing the exhausted digestive or digesttn approach it in efficiency It in antly relieves and permanently cures HeartburnlatuknceSl SIckHeadacheGastralgiaCrampsand imperfectdigestionPrepared Foreale By Perry Thomas HATCMTG TRADEMARKS DESIGNS HT rt I HI i V OBTAINED COPYRIGHTS FREENoticeCharya moderate No fee tin U secured AddressE C Rt e fn FOR WEAK MENTho treat French Femdytawitbn easy Ower1rJUynndresult ol 30 dm use cf FEGEKERO Young mca will regain their lost nnnhccd and Old Wen will recover their youthful vigor It fits one REGENERIIbo carried lavrst pocket BymalILCO rftaihCirculars free Address the American offlce or BORDEnOX MEDICAL co tS1F For l31e by Perry kThomas ecptl3ly 253OOOIN Cash Premiums ARE BEING OFFERED BY THE Cthciai Ibqufr FOR Nearest Correct Guesses on the Pspnlatioh of the Uaitei States 5o be r port 2d by tijq U S 95us Bureau for 1900 TIle lInt census of the United States was lakon In 1810 Since then every ten ears The result ofeachicnoshasbeen as follows Year Population Year Population 1810 7233881 1820 0633 22 iso 31413 21 1830 12 68BO as5sxlU40 17OIZ14t3 UO JW15S78J lass 2318187 1fn 62S22ZX calculaUOIlexcludlnlfrlCentTenitorki and tho District of Columbia To the Srst nearest correct guess rccd 3000 15811ToTo toe Flurth i To the J 25- 8TotbeSUth m am lo the Seventhu04 160 to the next 50 each JlOftanionnUnsto iosn II i co a jsoe tiC 3S j OM 10 iisJaBj1 153U S TNi Total 5t1OQOamouBtloJt He rsof the CLIMAX1 B avail themselves t Ht o8er by payment tt ns of s years she- eristFoa to tile CL1M AXana for the WKKK LY KNQOIKKR Costing Only 200 Ii 18es Of te iaeeses isiecy Jo be w4eNsisOfaUobtI r jcI ir rrriiue ci 0 lIJrOBDdty t liID INI3W a 1 Lt4rcaIspr I REPAIlUNa AND rIMEINO WATChESA SPECIALTY st a1 DX2 r atea All W rk Guaranteed MAIN STREET RICHMOND KY READY FOR THE YEAR I 11J Our immense store is now filled to over flowing with the newest most attractive and useful articles for e- crns 1 consisiJOTgctf ies Desks Chiffoniers Cbina Cabinets Book Cases Tlodkers Hall and Libra ry Cfaairs Morris Chairs Jar 0 liniereStnds and Screens Space prevents us giving a full list of beautifuithings we have this season and lIyou to make us an early call and a theIthe rush You can make your hleisureyou desire t WATCHIi1- Dtift it J If r havi Viuvi H im 1 I s1 SEVILLE mmStreet1r220222 W Main DAY PHONE JRICHMONDNfQHT 3E23 il a I lino kei Tlpilli Us The TRU BLUE Strain Cockerels for sale 100 Trios 300 This completes my 21st year of breeding the one va riety exclusively MRS N F ARBUCKLE Silver Creek Madison Co Ky nor293m +444444 + 4444444S 444444 i I j + RElAIRTIGHT HEATEltliit ioi I u Is what you want in i preference to all 7 others Reasons vji why you should get it and no other It gives more heat and uses less fuel It is 5 more substantially built v a hot Vg 4paface which circu iAy lates the air rapidly fN and heats the rooms evenly Itisadouble Rheater No dirt ix from ashes as it is U calried away by the patent ash flue It a has perfect regula tion and easy to op jerate The design of the stove is per fect The blaokinsr of the outsitIc facingnever burns oil and is I all the year round For sale by DIuI TSiToruiMAn SThE RICHMOND K r i T ri + i f r l Jr 4liCJ o = wb tl 0 II ILI 11 ii AThe Richmond Climax IIIp J C CIIENAULTProprletor- A D MILLER Business Manger LICE WOODS Editor FEB 21 1000 i JtvWEDNESDAY f EVERY WEDNESDAY BY Li Tho Climax Printing Go IRICPPRY1AR 150i filE titlo of Colonel is too tame for n t Kenturkian Everybody is a Gover ILHor down hero now THE Demorints of Lexington are go rE ing to start a dally paper hUtS M L4wi of Slielbvville in spoken of for its editor lie is the man for the place JUDGE HusnANDS at Paducahre I fl1 ell to honor u requisition granted bv W S lvlor the application of the JJ1inoiinnthllritio Judge hits t bands said he did not recognize Taylor as Governor t A NEGIIO in Kansas City was given forty years ill the Penitentiary for matching a woman pocket book Poor fellow if lie survives the sentence he ought to retnni to K C and snatch that Northern judge balilheaded p1 reIfUliedi a charge of obtaining money by false pretenses preferred by John IL Ital loll whose boodle of 4500 was taken for the purpose of exposing an attempt ut bribery incormpttbleC M Clay of l urbon anti Hon payFiftyJoelvol is it not time for his detractors denunIless clamor causeii SENATORELECT BLACKBURN will 1e seated whether Mr Taylor signs his credentials or nut The United States BenntH has reKiatedy held that the governor ia merely a ministerial offirer and that his signature U not necessary to entitled a Senatorelect to take his seat provided his election can be proved in other ways I IN its Legislative notes the Courier I Journal says Senator J M Tliowas- of Bourbon says that ho is nut the old est member in UinNenaie Senator Uur natn ranking him by fifteen years Senator Thomas is in nis sixtyseventh ii year and is nil enterprising and successful business man He is the owner of the Fore Lumber Company andJiI till Springs ami Is interested in many othor business enterprises lIe was a great admirer of Guv Uuebel and they were very warm mends I TIlE editor during his journey in the I I east missed nothing more than the semi weokly visits of his favorite exchange 1 the Stanford Interior Journal five of which are awaiting his pleasurable per i hlgdailiesvery exhaustively fmui a news stand point otto opinion of such a man as Mr Walton would have shed all the light desired upon the allabsorb ing question One blast front his trumpet were worth a thousand I Worlds Journals etcetera TUB first meeting of the Kentucky L gUUtnre at the Stale House since I Mr joo be was siiut was held on Mon day In tile Sfiuitr Mr Marshall and endIDemocrats in inissewion Tim Senate then ratitio the aimniii on the reports oi the Content Boards for Governor ami Lieutenant Governor the resolution to that end being udopte by the uuauim vote of 21 ineiiiOHrs two more titan a quorum The Mtnm resolution was adopted yesterday try the house and later adoittxl in j jut HIHMOU Thus is removed all qifttiin of the regularity of the Legislative piweMlIiigs ileoUr iou Goeliel situ litckliHiu Governor and Lieutenant Governor respectively Tin difficulties which existed be tween Governor Taylor and Liout Governor Marshall on one side and Governor Hetrkliain and the Democrats on the other and which lend to Taylor ifflnleriuJ out the soldiers and issuing r it rfpearing the General Assembly to moet at London were re ferret to a Pence Conference which was held at Louisville The following peisius represented the Democrat J C s Blackburn lumes H McCreary Robert J Breckiti ridge Urey Woodsnn S J Shackel fdrd Phil Thompson E T Tillard br J It Thompson The followIng persons represented the uaustusIsey David W Fairleigh Charles T r Ballanl All of whom signed the agreement which was approved by John Marshall ami 1 C W Hpckham dFiBfowefiCo LEXINGTON KY 31D fD1 To talk to you about Spring Goods But we will make it Interesting ly Comfortable for you if yotr will call and let us show you the most artis ticcollection if Hall Bed Room Library and Din ingRobiI Wlbd Mantels That has ever been shown in the Blue Grass Region We could not afford to carry such a Comprehen sive Line unless the I Prices are Right COMEAND SEEAnd we hav3 All the Trimmings elegant and up to date GratesFrames Andirons Fire Sets and FJfty Barrels of New Tiles CFBrawerCo MAiN AND BROADWAY 3 IiJXINQTOJrfY- I x l 1 JUDGE TAFT finds that goveraaaent by injunction has its Uzaltetioas after nil aud these limitations 4o not permit federal courts to conduct state govern ments even If they do conduct the plutocratic side of strikes and labor contests The people had come to think there was nothing that a federal court would not do when tho word In junction was uttered in it but it seems there are afew things beyond its latter day scope Judge Taft has shown a wholesome regard for precedents and there is not probably any chance left for carrying the Kentucky case into the federal court- sExcEirINa perhaps Mr McKinley not one of Mr Taylors closest advisers cares Ji tinkers what becomes of the Republican party in Kentucky just BO the uiifflt Governor holds on with the hope that sernethhimg will arise to cause federal interference The un seemly conflict may be prolonged few days more hut alt the indications are that Taylors cause has been loosing aud that of his opponents gaining since Mr Goebels death and since Taylors own friends advised his yielding regarding his position no longer tenable it is folly for him to longer array force against the law TilE only kind word we have seen in any Republican paper concerning Ken tuckys martyr Ooveruor appears in the Mt Sterling edited by the Re publican Itttilroad Commissioner Hon John C Wood Says he or his assistant Col Tom Young Whatever else nifty be said of for or against the late Senator Goebel the sentence that fell from his lips a short time before the angel of death touched him with its wings was so sublime and BO nearly akin to inspiration that it could not have come from a heart altogether bad Whatever you do be loyal to the great common people HON C J Bnoxsrox has writ a letter and what a letter it is In substance ho says Mr Goebel was not as bad a man as he said ho was last summer but that he had a bad lot of friends and as he Goebel was true to his friends and anxious to please them he did many things that was repulsive to Isis Mr Goebels manly heart and byhimand the good Democrats come together make him Brons ton chief mogul nud general counsel for the party henceforth having nothing more to do with the bad friends of Mr Goebel Just whom be would exclude from tho councils of peare and harmony should the Democracy heed isis request is not known Of one thing however we are certain Mr Uroustoos council will never be touuht or accepted by tho Democracy of Ky He deserted the flag in the heat of battle and the contpmpt usually entertained for a deserter will be his portion from Kentucky Democrats to the day of his death TilE Democratic and Republican at torneys in the injunction case of Gov Becklmin against W S Taylor and John Marshall Friday at Georgetown feigned an agreement to postpone until today any further steps in any of the injunction suits now pending in the State courts This was done in order that the counsel might endeavor to make up an agreed case consolidating the three pending cases this agreed case to be submitted to some Circuit Judge nut heretofore identified with the casesand then carried to the Court of Appeals The three cases are Gov iiecklmn against W S Taylor and John Marshall in the Franklin Cir cuit Court W S Taylor against Gov Beckham and Gen Castleman in the Jefferson Circuit Court and John Marshall against Gov iieckham and L H Carter President pro tern of the Senate Even if an agreed case Is not made up it is probable that the three cases will be consolidated and posIted through the courts as rapidly us possible If the attorneys tail to reach an agree againstTaylorCautrill at Frankfort next Friday THE speech delivered in Congress by our C ingressman Ion G G Gilbert oil the Financial Kill unlike the ma jority delivered on that subject merits careful perusal for his remaikable rev elatioiiH of the real Intent and purpose of tile bill lately passes establishing the single gold standard Mr Gilbert said This bill does continue the gold standard but it is not introduced here for that reason It does more titan that it reduces the circulation of tho banks in their Interest more than 100000000 as I have shown from the figures furnished by the Comptroller of the Currency It reduces the amount of annual taxes paidbycurity of depositors by reducing to f50 000 the maximum amount of bonds required to be deposited by tiny of these institutions It is unfair to the smaller national banks bv requiring them to keep on deposit a larger proportionate amount of bonds than is required of the larger and stronger banks The data furnished by the Republi can Comptroller to which Mr Gilbert reform sustains the latter in tote and other Congressmen have quoted Mr Gilberts arguments in tbeir speeches THE newspapers of Kentucky occupy U very uutiiivirtble pcbition with tile people at present It is true that the people yet look to the papers for news and the general happenings of the day out they pave all ceased to exert tue power and force once exercised over publicrimeof our cjiate have almost tq a man lost standing with tOe peoPle and in this the country editor with Hia weekly edition lisa also lust the standing be once load We regret to admit this fact but it ia bo apiurtmt and we are ofteu Humiliated by statements from our pat rolls that we mnst confess the loss of our former standing and hOIe for some oucnneuce that wilt secure for us that nigh plane we once occupied before uibcruaited and brought into disrepute not from any particular act of our own out on account of tho conduct of thoe largerlleldThethe Democratic party concluded but a short time since that there was not a daily paper in the State that would cor reciiy give the news and the editorials of such daily papers as pretend to be Democratic were insulting and an offense to every Democrat who might chance to read them With a desire to get the news and with n hope that such ex pressions its the paper should make would not be an atfront the Democra cy of the State established the Louis yule Dispatch amid for a while its presence was balm ia GileaJ to a Democratic sou Hut how different its appearance now Not as many as a half- dozen Democrats in this county approve its course Even many of tLo Democrats of this county who from a high moral plane failed to support the Democratic ticket feel that the conduct of the Dispatch was unjustifiable from the fact it was a creature of the Demo crams of Kentucky and as such itshould partyitsdegree of contempt in this county that ninetynine out of every one hundred of our population would gladly hear the iieus of its collapse aim rejoico at its regardItIn the recent emergency auu kiss for It only the respect a traitor deserves ur may expect Thus it is friendless tiers Toe Democrats generally have begun to read the CourierJournal and Times again but they read them with tear and remark In our o1tkXheCourlerJour1 ual and Times continue to remain with usj woader if they will support the yearWhatbut how could it be otherwise when pllpelll that claim to be Democratic have fought Democratic principles and uumineeri with greater lerconeas than AllY Republican paper and thus the lOt uct of the bocalled Democratic papers have brought this sHine of the serpent over H6 alL HEMt MffHWSttT F rrUIi In order td feilltMe the eoiteetkm of Madison coutKys contribution to tbe fund for the erection of a moment H at the grave of Governor Wm ijewfpittM djy niiwWd WJJtt c1IIf p4J i this laudable fexproseioa of their appre ciation of the men whose whole life was spet In adyoeatlBK the cause of the greet common people and who actually Buffered death while laboring for and defeBdingthelrrights Committee for RichmondH IJ DlllinJlham John n Clienault H H Colyer J H Kennedy DrL J Fra zee R 11 Crooke W D Oldham JC Chenault S F Rock A U MllerW F Powers Kingston Jas B Parka Frank Mau iL R Gibbs WacoJoe Embry Joe Wagers J C Oldham Dennis Taylor Bearwalldw Wm Goocli James Combs Tube Laken College llill George Ginter Ham Mellon Uulon City George Noland Wm Wells Shelby Taylor Doylesville J L Griggs Arbor Dun barRed House 8 L Hugnely David McCord Sam Biggerstaff- Foxtown Madison Burgin Alex Black George Phelps Valley View Morcan Taylor W C BiRgerstafT Dr E Northcutt- MillionSehnyler Taylor S A Deatherage Newby RJohnHeathman Charley JenkinsPoosevJoh n Warner El voder Tu dor Milt Cotto- nKirksvilluJames n Walker S A D Jones T J Curtis Silver CreekFrank Seiferd Paint Lick Wm Fish BereaJohn Johnson Judge J D Goodloe George D White Committeemen are r quested to be gin their work at once and to take the name of each contributor and the amount given in order that certificates of each donation may be issuedto the party contributiugeame The amounts collected may be deposited at the State Bank Trust Company to the credit of the Chairman of the County Committee who will forward same to the State Committee Let each committeeman begin work at once and it is safe to predict that Madison will not fall short of any other county in the State and will always be of this testimonial of her love and admiration for her martyred leader Governor William GoobelJ COBB Chair- manPIERSONAL Mrs Mat Cohen is quite ill Mr Lewis Neale is in Lexington at the big horse sale Rev C O Groves of Pisgah was in the city last week Miss Layton of Lexington is visiting MrsEVGibson Wm Garrett and wife are visiting relatives at Panola Mrs S B Hume was in Louisville several days last week Hon John D Harris and wife were in Louisville last week Mr John T Wilson of Station Camp was in lllchinond Monday Mr W Bodes McDowell came over from Lexington on Sunday Miss Annie Bennett left on Monday for Danville to spend a week Mrs J Lewis Booker and daughter Lucy White are in Louisville Miss Alma Scrivener began a subscription school at Waco Monday Mrs J V Logan and little daughter are visiting friends at Pine Grove Mr D B Gordon spent last Friday and Saturday at his home In ville returnedfrenPindviile MK N V White of the firm of White Gibson is New York buying spring goods Mrs D Bates Shackelford returned home on Monday front a six weeks ab sense In Louisville Miss Emily Chenaults crokinole party last Friday was a delightful af fair and largely attended Mr Emmett Vories formerly of this city but now of Monterey Ky was tiers several days latt week Mm E M Dickson of Paris is visit- Ing her parents Dr and Mrs L H Ulanton on Lancaster avenue Mrs Walker McKinney of Winchester is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs K C Bojrgs near Red House Messrs E V Elder and Joe Schaf hausen attended the OBryanEngle man wedding at Hillsboro Ohio last weekMisses Elizabeth and Annie Middel ton will arrive from Shelbyville today to be the guests of Mrs B L Middel ton on Lancaster venue Cot D J Daughleritv superintend ent of the Richmond Water d Light Co is at home from Louisville Jeffer sonville Harrods Creek and Weatpont Mr B B Million has returned to hfe home in Sherley Illinois after a weeks visit to relatives in this connty He was accompanied by Mr Chas Tudor Mrs Laura K Francis and Mrs Lavinia E Cunningham are visiting relatives in this city Later they wilt be the guests of their father Col J T still Mrs William S Montgomery of parentsMrCampus Her two beautifulchildren are also here Misses Mary and Helen Bennett of Richmond have been spending n few Ilays with their grandmother Mrs M J Clay who is from her recent LhlnessLexington Leader February 14 Mr Will O OwreJey is at home in Lancaster in such poor health as to be gRnJrCrHisTexas hopingto regain his health Two finer fellows never lived Elder H H Lloyd who was taken to an infirmary at Richmond several days ago to be treated for typhoid fever is reported much better and last Satur day was able to be taken to the home of his brother Elder W R Lloyd Law renceburg News friem1ColCol Longwas recently done in oil by an artist who caught him in deep water fishing for suckers in Dix river The announcement is made that Miss Mary W Bennett eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs James Bennett of this city and Mr Paul Collins a prominent citizen of Faithaven Washington wH be married on March 7 at the home the brides parents The ceremonyI will be quiet out of respect to tliegrand quiteIIIDr Wm Foster Jr entertained the even1jugssumptuous repast at Joes The subject of debate wa Should the Untied States bwn smut opera e an Isthmian Cdiia1 Ilwafc nnammoniy ieciued in Ur Fosterstiiter tnintilent throughout wattasigna suc cess showing that lie ia an ideal hostess as s one of the best members of the club Mr Clarence E Woods returned onI Sunday from a fifteen days visit in the YastNot the least notable of his many very pleasant experiences wae a viuitvto old Bethany College W Va founded by Alexander Campbell Here weref graduated too long ago to be sur mised W B Smith Juo D Harris Messrs T J Smith Srj I Shelby and D W Irvine L Cruteper and others of this city Prof Heary S Green well remembered here Ia a member of the Facnlty Mrs JeesJcaCampbeUNav with lien line band and child r sM KtBethaMyiri the handsomest lionee In Brooke cOOn ty W Va Mrs Nave redded here he fore her mrri e and to this day is NBMgiWixl for hsc many womanly Xrc e to which VM added a voice of ere beauty that WM Ward at alt mu lie entertnmEa1 Seven mile froos WIIIbIIIJ rejdes ubueuUfal KIM Iota BeaK who attMHUd Md on 1m JMu1ta i M4 hie trkW b J t iiiitj J Strike For Your Alters md our Fires 11 Patriotism is toys com1 mendible but in every treajit there should be not only the desire to Be a goodcitizen but to be strong able e and well fitted for the battle of life To do this pure- blood is absolutely neces sary f and Hoods Sarsapa rilla is the one specific which cleanses the Blood thorough is v It acts equally well for Both sexes and allages H umorU When Ineed a Wood rlflu Hate Hoods Sarspani ii cured my homer And is exccttenlas a nerve ionic Josle Eaton Stafford Springs Ci ttomsizisMzif- feveri Hoods Pills cur lir r ills th ponlrrlUtlar ml uieiihuti to iLk wii ood Stiapaiifla our foremost families The old college buildings and the church in which Alexander Campbell preached still stand overlooking classic Buffalo along whose shady banks the students in summer spend their spare hours in fishing and hunting Mr Woods trip covered about 2500 miles including stops at six leading institutions learn tag with side trips to Brooklyn Navy Yard Baltimore and VashingtorrCiCy while at the latter place he met Messrs Milo Shanks and Schooler who have lucrative positions In the Govern ment Printing Office At StauntonW Va1r Woods called upon Mrs Martha McDowell Hanger whose husband Dr Franklyn M Hanger is a leading specialist of diseases of eye ear and nose They have two royal little boys Their home a beautiful one Is the center of a Urge social element among whom Mrs Hanger is as she was here a great favorite Mr Woods will later impose a callaboration of notes of his trip up on readers of the CLm- xAxRELIGIOUS The Methddlet church is to be renovated and made very attractive by im provementsThe Presbyterian church will use next Wednesday nights service as a season forprayer for schools and col leges The services will be held In the lecture room at 7 oclo- ckDJATHS TODD Mattie Blanch infant daugh ter of N G Todd at Panola died at the home of its grandparents Mr and Mrs E P Benton on Monday morning after a brief Illness aged 11 weeks The mother died two months before The bereaved husband has the sympathy of many friends- SLAUGRTELThO remains of Mrs L J Slaughter reached hero Saturday afternoon accompanied by Mrs J L MeKinnoy of Montgomery Ala and Mr J Slaughter of Flomaton Ala They were met at the train by a num ber of friends and the body was conveyed immediately to the cemetery where after a few appropriate remarks by Dr Dooresthe interment took place Mrs Slaughter bad gone to spend the winter with her daughter Mrs McKinney in her genial Southern home but the angel of death ever hovering near soon claimed her and the remains were brought back to her old Kentucky home and laid to rest to await the resurrection morn Mr J L McKinney returned the same afternoon to Alabama and Mr Slaughter left the following day for his home Crab Orchard cor in Stanfor Journal Absent Richmond Boys Where They Are And What They Are Doing Green Clay is a rising attorney in CincinnatiCurtis m is studing medicine at Johns Hopkins James Barbour is practicing medicine in Louisville John J Hagan is running a flourishing drug store at Corbin R E L Biggerstaff is in Mt Ster ling in the furniture business- J Jennings Greenleaf is at the Uni virally of Virginia studying law Warfleld Bennett is studying law at Columbia University New Yprk Earle Smith has a nice position inn dry goods houso in New York City Caswell Tribblo is in Louisville working for a wholesale whisky house Claude Stone and Everett Duncan are soldering in the faraway Philippi nes Tobn Shackelford is in Montgomery Ala where he is engaged in railroad workEugene Hume Is fitting himself for a physician at Columbia University New York John and Thomas Feenoy are both in the employ of the L N railroad at Paris Ky Hubert Cosby is in Canon City Col and feels perfectly at home In the dairy business J Speed Smith Jr travels for the wholesale harness house of Wm Bar rett of Louisville x Sanford Logan Ia prominent preach er and is pastor of the Presbyterian church at Middlesboro Malcombe Manpln is now living at Ford where ha is in the employ oflhe Burt Brabb Lumber Co Harry Schlegel IB in Brooklyn NY where he owns a nice photograph gal lery and is getting along nicely Lindell Evans Is rapidly making Ida mark In the far West He is at present County Attorney of Valley county Montana Tom Moberley In Louisville being still associated with HfJ Strong Who until recently was a merchant hero Harry BJaatonje studying dentistry In Louisville Bud will graduate this spring and Immediately begin practice at FordKy Jesse Alversonnow Jivesin Stanford but still clings so lila old tr do that tit printer bcirijof conaected wlllvthtilnr tcrlor Journal E G JParrish is doin fairly well with a fourdbllaradiiy job In the rmve flue service He is at present station ed at Silver Creek 4 Mr FoHDtiTn Rice Jr of Mexico ii visiting bis parents in this county He is destined to become one of the fore wag railtOftd men in that Republic h iwColl5BS iis in yast Cliffs CoL- wiereuu iaa rWnfc Homeopathi phy 1 His health which was so j poer at oae t1meIme beeR faMyres atorefll T U dLlUk fc JH LouisvIlle where b lioJds the reejponeibie pe itim of 3aperbte tla t e flpui of hiiP- arker Hk eAe I i the Eqottabk 3ihHg kFC1a proa Mat 4i jUL t j I First Presbvlerian churofiatFraBkfprt Crt hiaautlcopoa1tf n In Virgiaia tlarrySriveAbistst w in Winchester They Car partners In the big Klondike dry goods store and are fast i growing rick Irvine Prather ia in Lexington Ky where he is bookkeeper for the Southern Mutual Inrmtment Co His brother harry1is hi y ot the telephone company in Gabon City Col Harry Tevis Is in Craggie Hope Tcnn isinkSltered the rank of benedicts nod is now tHin hiinjelf jnajni Milo Shanks is in Washington hold intr d iwn a sit in tht government pristine office and therefore Is doing well although still in uond health it is believed thou ho wilt shortly have a Pavne that will surprise Jis all GreyDudleyTenn one of the largest concerns in tIe South Richnrd is WIn Reasetl anti Is rapidly making his was to the front and we predict for him n bright future PAINT LIUK Mr Engone TCavanangh it the guest of Mr Harry Francis Mr Wm Jones Jr went to Danville lastwfiek on business MlsBettie Francis is visiting Mrs Thomas Fox in Danville Mrs M A Woods of Hnstonville in visiting her sister Mrs Henry L Wallace Mr Geo Bettis of Lowell died last week and was buried in Lancaster on ThursdayMrs Shearer who lute been quite such is reported better and able tobeoutagainMire Adams who has been with Mrs Margaret Argo for some time Is now visiting Mr James Den nys family Quite a party of young people chap eroned by Mrs B Lpar took advan tage of the snow and sletching Satnr day night and went to Lancaster to operaMiss Harrell a highly youngladyfrom Kansas City and will visit her college friend Miss Jennie Wallace ParkesA was received here a few days ago by Mr Wm Jones Sr stat log the serious illness of his daughter Mrs Julia Jones Potter of Tennessee Mr Jones was tillable to go on ac count of his own illness Mrs Isaac VanMeter Steenbergen of W Va so pleasantly remembered bv ill of her Paint Lick friends as Miss Willie Mae Denny visited Miss Jennie wasaccomlanipllwent on to Stanford It is hoped that Mr and Mrs Steenbergea will decide to locate in Kentucky BANK REPORTS REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE National Bank No 1790 at Richmond In the State of Kentucky at the close of business February 1900 RESOURCES Loans and discountsS21353 44 Overdrafts secured and unsecured 10000 U S Bonds to secure circulation 100000 00 Other real estate and mortgages owned 1113 S5 Due from National Banks not Ee serve agents 2111gOne from Banks and Bonkers Due from approved reserve agents 23091 12 Internal Revenue 160 22 Notes of other National Banks 1300 00 Fractional paper currency nickels and cents 63 as Lawful money reserve in bank viz Specie ILOOJ 00 Legaltender notes 4000 00 18000 00 KedempUs mad with U S Treasr5 per cent of circulation 4500 00 Total 3319237B LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in 100000 00 fund 40000 00 Undivided profits less cxpensis and taxes paid 5233 09 National Bank notes outstanding 87595 00 Due to other National Banks 4162 01 Due to State Banks and Bankers 673 Individual deposits subject to check 151194 6- 0Total39i9as 76 STATE OF COUKTT KENTUCKYlss abovenunedbank audbelief20thdayNotary Public COBBECT Attest WALLER W S DENNEITI DIBBCTOS N B OUR WAY of doing LAUNDRY WORK Js to keep tho satisfaction of our customers ever in view Our success was achieved by doing that and its con tinuance depends upon that Every detail of the work therefore mustbo and is perfect Whether the goods are STARCHED AND HIGHLY FINISHED on PLAIN the work is so well dorm that it calls forth unlimited admiration RICHMOND STEAM LAUNDRY Q URLIi Q r HBW WALL mm FOR WALL AND CEILIN6 DECORATION 221 9OO IS STKICTtY KXOLTJSIVK It is eiactly in line of the present days taste and will fit naturally rflth latest lraperiesThehold designs tnd rich color for the hall and graceful Rococo and Empire de eigns for the parlor Taptstriea Turk lab end Infltan effects f6 the library and dinningroom a quaint original atripe for the smoking Dainty chintzes and dresJeu stripes for the sleeping roomBig tropical flowers to use for uper OrepeingrainSome fine ilaiulniado stripes lobe used without bonlers to be finished with room inoulilinp We elbiply cannot describe the many new ideas in decora tive paperhangings Yoltlwill have to see to appreciate them and then we go to the other extreme and offer you WRITE BACK rAPBKSS tdfl long at 4 rrlceYoudark rich Red Blue find 3reon color ing at 0 cents in design colors and they cannot be equaled l r any concern In the land or no Trust prketltS31tJOsecret but tbo rrici Will rell KespecttQlir GEO M J1IN iw- a1i Window ShudM KB tnre Ftaiie paints OhIstVarnibs larisIThosewateM T f P f MM TI J 1 f c 7 11 1 r SILVER REEK C W s KobSrt Uaerajn Jr in atUwKliuj lioolJH Winchester MIsehlendrea1of KirksrlMfis inch ink school at thM place t e Smallpox casds in this community too numerous to mention W JJ Jones Jr made a business trip to Danville one day last week Mrs W R Potter of ML Carmel TenDthas been quito sick forthe pas two weeks I Mrs F M Gibson who has been quite sick for thepaetsirweeksalowly improving Mrs Rue Duerpon was called to Lan caster Thursday to see her sister who Is dangerously ill There has been another Southern outrage This time in Louisville where the Evening Postlis trying lo impose on Democracy by calling itself a Democcratlc paP9r It is an old hut true saying you are judged hv time company you keep I think it fits Ihe Post exactly NifalU GMMt Be CkHM- lBy local applications as they cannot reach tho diejiscd portion of the tar There is only lino WRY to euro deafnUss- lqUIat Is by constitutional remedies- Defnpss Is caosed by an inflamed condition of this mucous lining of the getsInflamedimperfect hearing and when it hpn tirely closed deafness is the result antI unless the InCarnation can be taken out and this tube restored to Its nor mat rendition hearing will be destroyed forever nine cases out of ten are caused by catarrh which is nothing hit an inflamed condition of time mucous surfaces Wo wilt give One Hundred Dollars for any cancel deafness caused by catarrh that cannot be cured by hails Catarrh Cum Send for circulars free li1 J CHENEY CO Toledo 0 Sold by druggists 75 cents Halls Family Pills are the best 1m In tho 16 yearn ended July 11119 4iCi119I LETCHER WITT TELEPHONE 142 BEST JELLICO COAL FEEDSalt Sand Lime Cement Slripstuff Bluegrass Seed c STORAG ETn BiE Wunoun at L k t D potRING U U Your Gain=== Our Loss THATS WHAT OUR GR- ANDCLEARANCE SALEOF BOOTS AND SHOES ELA 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 LargeSpriugStockTHEY GO Regular Price Reduced To Mens Boots NewStock3 00200M- cns Boots New Stock 2 00 1 50 Mens Bootees Very Fine 5 00 4 00 Mens Bootees Very Fine 400300La- dies Fine Shoes TJptoStyle 3 00 2 00 Lathes Fine Shoes Beauties 2 00 1 50 Mens Tan and Box Calf Latest Styles 350 2 50 Mens Tan and Box Calf Latest Styles 3 00 2 25 Every thing in the Shoe line reduced in price Your chance to save SALE NOW IN PROGRESS V1Ip A Bed to Die In A Coffia to Lie In A Carpet to Walk On A Chair to Pock On5 1A Table to Eat On A Sofa to Sit On tO iiIrf eibil i11JEI A thousand other pieces of Turn j iture such as j WAITING DESKS 1- JFpLDING BEDS r iii pv1- 11II IIATltAcJcs Etc1ijl fr tomans and other firstclass y articles ijtli I W S OLDfiAIS 1 SUCCESS 7 MttEtSTAI i HWAM Day Phone 76 I roo IiIIi w feLVM v easeIssseesss0 sJI S FORS SS S SFEBRUARYND MARCH S cII INa0000SaSee S So Save your spare change come in and- S SSt make a purchase You will go home S rejoicing at the BARGAINS given cantonS beSS to room for our Spring alreadyaS SoS We will sell at a SACRIFICE Ladies and0 ColdSWeather Yet 0 0s 25cSeaS now 15eSS 0 25c now 19c Oea 50c now 39co allwoolSlOcS50cSoSO S Baby trimmingsGOcp I Bbyp U trimmingSOc trimmingSoy J c I Comforts 110 now SOc L49I299S299SS aps now SCMens Duck Coats all lined 98c now 90c SMens Duck Coats all lined 150 now se 1350 y 275SoOOcSQ9ee0Ia willSS us run out at a low mar ClothingSC05 we are S SSc as we do not intend to carry clothing S We will continue to sell odd pants S S forSa our eSprmg Add Sc SoS a 4J a e Q 0 S G m WKE3e ti STOCK TAKING liS NOW OVER it revealed the fact that we have a number of remnants which will be sold at half of the tformer price Our REMNANT COUNTER 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 V Ladies Fine Cashmere Hose worth 50c at 39c Ladies Fine Cashmere Hose worth 40c at 25c Ladies Fine Fleeced Linelloseworth50cat39d- Ladies Fleeced Line Hose worth 40c at 25c t9 75 pairs of Infants Wool Hose worth 10 and 15c at5c 100 pairs of Mens and Boys Wool Hose sorth 2 cat15c E1ako s Redoi There are several sorts of critics Those who pick flaws in everything Destroy be cause they cannot build Those who look- throurh lt biased glasses and those who base conclusions on ascertained facts Critics c who deal in facts say Elders Dress Goods are the bestrichest selection offered Close fashions dictate and invariably selling at prices less than most stores charge for goods of same quality ir 2 50 Silk and Wool Crcpons at 1 25 fl S9 00 Silk and Wool Hrorions at 1 00 51 50 Silk and Wool Crepons at 75c JG 100 Silk and Wool Crepons at GOc 45ccef 50 65 75c and 5IcallnCltb7 equalled in values and matchless prIces 5 to 35c per yd Rugs Carpets Mattings and Floor Oil Cloths ski Rug Carpet Matting ant Floor Oil ClothsslHn is getting to be a more and more important part of our business You appreciate our methods The stock that might have been counted ample looks small now and we relentless sell off straggling lots to admit full lines Como and inspect our tock Prices will please you Look at what we hare SPECIAL OFFERINGS our DRESS mons TKIMMINQS HOSIEUY CORSETS E4 LINinip1everything you need and on Paper 1atterca we can save you from 5 to 25 tinglepattern and the Best in the market at that Samples V cheerfully sent on application CLOTB lUGS Mens odd Pants 100 125 1to S200 and J3JO Mens and Salts at reduced pricesaCORSETS Iwalk G Long Waist 100 R O Short 100 Nor soc Rob Roy Dr Koesah Creico SI Armo side Si Our Corset 25c IcALLSThis is the place to buy the McCnll Bazar thebeit in the world We have BIZ aR PATTERNS complete stock Can we not interest you subscribing lor SXcCaiVs Magazine Thisw McCallCoipanyincluding free pattern McCalls for February is here jfirOur stock of Tlaware Gloves c are complete India Lin Malltia Respectfully Submitted to Cash Trade E EVEDER I u I Yt fH J r fr flJI1 The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY FEB 2i 1000 f rhe snow liW helped tim wheat duringthe byblackuluegrass seed for sale at Letcher Witts near I N depot Telephone 342 14feblm H S Stout desires you to call and seo him Ixforo orItring your spring etiit SocnitenMnnpin shipped 100 hoes to Green Einbry at Cincinnati last week Ford and Valley View mills are runiiiii in consrquance of the tide in the riverfMat Cohen ialtL7jQ for a 5year old bay galding from James Cromwell of ylfllllalift v II S Stout has with him as cutter II D Sheridsn one of the finest workmen in the State Million Company are doinc a good business in their new storo on Jacks Creek pike Frank McM hau of Oklahoma flndla solution of our crazy puzzle that has heretofore been sent in If the weather is favorable the Madison Gun Club will celebrate Wash ingtons birthday by having a live bird shoot The dwelling house belonging to Stephen Burton colored near the li A depot was destroyed by fire Thurs day afternoon A Goebel admirer nnar Whites Station has written a poem eulogistic of the dead leader which we will puba lish next week Joplins coal yard formerly M M Harbers is doing a fine business and Mr Joplin is much pleased with the patronage accorded him The Elizabeth town News reports a sale of 20 extra flue mules at S13G This is the highest price paid there for mules for a number of years If you have any oak ash poplar or walnut logs or trees and wish to sell them fur cash write or call on IJOY SoiEK Co nov20 Cm Xichohuvllle Ky The anticigarette bill is regarded as certain to become a law at this session of tho General Assembly It prohibits tilt manufacture uud sale of cigarettes vithiii the State Mv guarantee is that every Suit ofiCKithos shall give perfect satisfaction befire leaving the shop I do not charge for clothes that do not lit CUAS JACOBS feb21tf The Tailor Unleps all signs fail there will be an enormous crop of tobacco raised in Clark this year pays the Winchester Democrit The roil put in around thin stove during the winter however is always larger than the one put in the Around in the spring E O Siggers patent lawyer Washington n C whose ad appears in our columns was for 14 years late a member of C A Snow Co Ho pub lashes a valuable copyiijjhted book en tilled low to O tin Patent Caveat Trnlenmrk and Copyright Protection with Decisions in Leading Cases A copy will be sent free to any address II S Stout has moved his merchant tailoring establishment to Richmond Tim people of that section will find him a gentleman in every respect and his stock of uoods will be the finest ever opened iu Richmond Birney Sheridan baR been engaged as cutter and there are none better Mrs Stout will leave in a few lays to join her hu batid It is with nnidi regret that ye announce that these most excellent people are to leave lPllrls Democrat A delinquent subscriber told us Ill pay you this afternoon us sure as I liv He di Int pay ns and we sup pose he is dead Another said Ill s e you tomorrow lie didnt see us and we gups l ho is liHnil Another said Iil pay you this week or go to tie lvih lied diit uav and wpgnesx tinre is one moro in that place where thy dOlt shovri snow We have other dtdiuqieitti who should take warning f om thru tri iblo examples VIiichmeaierienmoeratIhie night at the Oera tonne is the metropolitan siuittts A Night in Chinatown por lryif the lifflf the celestials in their Kinely and riotous quarters Hhoviug trim to life n reid opium joint time call of Xocietyw 400 on a slumming oxpedi lion The roiinjumy c mining a number of handsome ladies The cost inning aid Scenery i gurgcous mill throughout the play peising specialties are Introduced liy clever artists among them the Chinese comedian ling Foo Clung L03t One large god breast pin with genlle intuV picture fiiflosed A liberal re warl will lft paid for return of same totliisoiliw feu21tf Clothltgat broughttolowest and roods the best Call and investigate feb21tl New and True btcauseIhchow they should be treated Dr Hob DulldinWhere to Gel Your Field Seed E Dentherage Co can supply the wants of the farmers In Field and Garden Seeds such as Clover ifluejgrass Timothy Oats and Corn also has a flue lot of baled hay for sale It A Remarkable Threat Because the Board of Supervisors in creased his taxes 1000 J P Hostet er one of Fayette countys best known farmers threatened to blow up the IIPW court houso at Lexington He was ar rested and ordered to jailhA FAIR OFFER I will fill any order for you at the jewelrylinel Bogueing you expense of orderingRjan3lyr DP ATIMER To be Married In New York Mr N V White of thA firm of White Gibson will be married next Tuesday in New York his btide being Miss Elsie D Burns a very charming society girl of Cynthiana Ky Mr and Mrs White will have rooms at Mr Thomas Thorpes on High Street Merchant Tailoring H S Stoutan enterprising merchant tailor and insurance agent of this city will open a merchant tailoring establish m tafineSheridian the noted cutter and coat maker will go with him Bourbon News Merchant Tailoring II S Stout an enterprising merchant tailor and insurance agent of this city wilt open a merchant tailoring establishment in Richmond in a few days with a fine now stock of goods Bar ney Sheridlau the noted cutter andt coatmaker will go with hlmBour bon NewsnNo Fit No Pay II S Stout of Paris has lately beat ed in this city and will bo found in Mrs Wm Irvines building on Main street east of W D Oldhams ills business s that of fine merchant tailoring lie carries a fine stock of imported woolens n suitings and trouserings Work guaranteed No fit no pay 0 U W Meeting rime Grand Lodge of the Auciont Order of United Workmen of Kentucky was opened last Tuesday in Louisville with a welcome address by Mayor Weaver Eightyfive representatives were present YoP Baxter represented Richmond Lodge which is one of time most flourishing in tIme State For Sale One of the most desirable buildingS lots in Irvine on corner of Court streets known as the Gardner property TIme lot is seventyfive feet trout and sixtyeight feet deep and is located in the heart of the city For a business liotiie or hotel this is the most pnrticularA D MiLicn jan 2Jlf Richmond Ky Stock of Goon for Sale Having gone West for my health I have concluded to sell my stock of gro ceries and rent time store room now oc cupied by me on Second street in Rich mond Ky for the residue of 1900 All goods oi hand are new anti the house occupied is well located for a grocery For aiy further information apply to B K J3jincan or John C Chonatilt T A GHENAULT Now Blacksmith Shop I have removed my blacksmith shop from Mill Grove to Richmond and am now prepared to do nil kind of work either iron or wood work I have had 31 years experience at horse shoeing Am also prepared to treat nil diseases of the hoof or will give any instruc tions along that lino M v shopis on lhe corner of Water and First street hear ilcKee corner Call and Eeeeme- UlFpectfully W II MANSFIELD feb2l4t Richmond Ky Undesirable Citizens The following is a list of eight classes of people that do a town no good First thue that go out of town to do their trading Second Ihosu who oppose im pHnements Third those who prefer n quiet town to one of push and busi ness Fourth those who think busi ness can be done slyly and without ad vertising Fifths those who deride public spirited men Sixth those who oppose every movement that does not originate with themselves Seventh those who oppo o any public enter prise that the not appear to benefit them Eighth those who seek to in jure the creditor nn individual Win chebtoi Democrat SweepingReductiou INcuits vercD tSJ HBQWWllflnfiUii w r Having bought our stock for spring before the J deatliof Mr Mitchell and the partnership having J everythinginHEAVY GOODS Iat PRICES LOWER THAN WAS EVER SOLD THIS TOWN BEFORE This is no catch ad V but a bonafide bargain in every article offered Cj Mens and Boys Suits and Overcoats Mens Shoes and Underwear fyouwJ will he less than the samo goods can be bought from ttI the manufacturers r tCOME AND GET PRICES J JCovingtonJVIitchell Cf C rr r let Ceisi Ie Ceftllrate Wasbtq4s IlrtWey madOhhavelege tomorrow in commemoration of birtbdayMethodist church this city has accept edan invitation to deliver an address Ills subject will be Twentieth Can tury Citizenship Frem Oklahoma LellighIndianountycomcs a letter to the CLIMAX 5000Choctawnation of Mr Goebelr The offer is gratefully declined but in event the nobetterassassinsneck than this same brave brawny Kentnckian 22nd Celebration Washingtons birthday will bo cele eated at Central University tomorrow evening at 8 oclock by an oratorical contest whereat a representative to the Intercollegiate Oratorical Contest will bo chosen The orators will be Messrs S Vanmeter T L Moselev L B J H JIc Donald Georgn after Public as usual cordially Invited Prof Mitchells orchestra will enliven the occasion with choice selections Irvine Still on a Boom Col W 0 RIddell was down from Irvine Monday and reports that busl ness is improving at that place with ever bright prospects owing to the re cent tides in Kentucky river which brought down logs sufficient for a good run at each of the two mills The MegannFawke Lumber Co has recent ly put in new machinery and are now ready for this years sawing The Pe r Lumber Co will also start their saws at once Fine Tobacco D W Peed of Paris bought the sam ples at the Maysvllle Tobacco Fair and will send them over the Atlantic to the Paris Exposition to compete for the 2 000 prize in the Tobacco Exhibit He paid 22 for the 102 samples of red 21 for 125 samples of bright and 3G for 148 samples of lugs He says they are he finest he has seen during his many ears experience in the tobacco busi ess He will add a few picked sam pIes to this fine purchase Georgetown Times Lockout for Him Hero is a trick which an exchange reports Lookout for the man who plays it He claims to be an agent for a large clothing house in Chicago and carries some few samples of goods for mens suits which he claims to sell for 10 and are worth JO Ho takes a mans measure who pays 2 down as an evidence of good faith He repre sents that the goods are to be delivered in a week when the remainder is to be paid Time smart agent pockets the forfeit and that is the last of either the gent 2 or suit of clothes Short Horns Messrs Embry Arbnckle have placed at the head of their- hortborn herd the richlv bred and grand individual bull Abbott Duke 117792 bred by the late Col T S Mob erley Sired by Yoking Abbottsburn dam Duchess of Forest Grove by Imp 2nd Duke of Whittlebury Young At bottburn was shown at all the leading fairs in the United States and Canada and was never defeated Also champion at Worlds Fair Abbott Duke combines the richest Scotch and Rater blood He has both quality and size weighing about 2500 pounds A Last Years Snake Story We are a little late with this snake tory but it is none the less interesting and improbable some will sayon account of the delay Here goes Mr O P Marcum of this city has in his possession the skin ofa mammoth rat tie snake killed last fall by Richard Rader at Foxtown Jackson county Ky His simkcship was 7 feet 4 inches iu length and had 28 rattles and a botton thus being 30 years old at the time of his death Dr J P Reeves tells us that the rattle snake is two years old before it spring a button consequently this monster first saw the light in the year 1870 Beethoven and Liszt When Liszt was eleven years old his teacher Cyerny was very anxious to have him to play for Beethoven That composer lund a great aversion to youthful prodigies and would not for a long time give his consent After much persuasion on the partof Cyerny Beethoven finally yielded When Liszt arrived accompanied by his teacher Beethoven was sitting at long narrow table composing Evidently he did not give his visitors a cordial welcome but gave the sign for the boy to begin Liszt first played a piece by Lies Beethoven then asked him if ho could a Bachfugue When he he played one Beethoven asked him if he could trnnlllOBe it to Illlothpr knv He fortunately was aide to do so and while lie played Beethoven never took his eyes from tbB boy and made quite an exclamation of praise when he lied finished This seemed to encourage the youthful performer and he asked Beethoven May I now play one of your compositions Beethoyen smil ingly told him he could Liszt chose the first part of the C major concerto When he had finished Beethoven seized both of his hands ktssed him on his forehead and said tenderly You area happy one for you will provide happiness and delight for many others When Liszt related this occurrence hd was deeply affected and added It was the proudest moment of my life tliofouuilntion of my whole artistic career Besides courage Liszt bad a great intellect and a big heart Long after he was a teacher we heard of bis kindness to many and giving happiness to others as Beethoven had prophesied On one occasion in a little German village a young pianist who had been giving concerts for her supporfcdecided to advertise herself as a pupil of Vast so as to have a good audience Much was her surprise and chagrin when in looking over the names of the new are rivals at the hotel in which she was to LIshe sought the great master and be holding him for the first time In her j life fell at his feet and confessed all She told him the story of her life and how she was trying to make money in order to continue her study in music He made her play onor of tier pieces that she expected to playon the follow ing night He made commeats and suggestions and laughingly told her when she had finished that she had taken a lessen from him and was in true the pupil of Liszt Wbea Mkedif her programmes were printed n Mid No sir Then say yes will be as slated bf your master and tht heW water MI the profMWWN wit b- ubi4 tr i 10 T SSnj J SB I A WIJwl vnrnfllivWn The metropolitan novelty of the sea son ANightin Chinatown is the an nonncement at tire Opera House for enjoystimeof this peculiar style of entertainment Which lisa become so popular of late in which real Chinamen travel with the company in order to present true to life a Chinese opium Joint where the shady go to smoke and lilt the pipe introduc ing tire famous Chinese comedian King Foe Chin anda bevy bf pretty performancethe average The usual prices will pie vail Capt Adams Rellres After urine years service with the JR N I Bnow Louisville and Atlan tic railroad Superintendent W H Adams has handed in his resignation to take effect March 1 Capt Adams experlonceserved as passenger conductor on the Chicago G Alton Superintendent of the M K AT tor three years and also in the same capacity with the Cotton railwnyShouldsume the railroad business his vast ex perience and services eminently fit him for any position in the bounds of his chosen occupation Burglars Tools Found In the Possession of a Prominent Citizen Friends of Col Morris T Long of Danville will be shocked by the sug gestion contained in tIre above head lines and much as we deplore the base uses to which alas our friends talents have been purverted yet as a perveyor of the truth the CLIMAX compelled to copy this item from the Kentucky Standard of February 15 Col Morris Long is now the posses or of a set of burglars tools It does not necessarily follow that he bas any designs on the safes in this vicinity or Mr Schoolfielda only remaining pair of pajamas Having been trained up in the way he should go when a boy ho goes to bed at early candle light nnd does not approve of midnight journeys to say nothing of his prejudice against methods ofgetting rich other than the six per cent- Among the tools is a fine set of skeleton keys and repeated tests have shown that they will unlock most any door on tho place with the greatest ease The tools belonged to the gang of burglars recently convicted and sentenced to the penitentiary from Boyle county and were presented to tbe Colonels museum Inasmuch as this good man has gone wrong we feel constrained to give to the public a motto which Col Long always followed to lie steal and drink lie on a feather bed steal away from bad company and drink nothing but H20 from Dix river Porter Wins the Declamatory Contest at Cyn thlanL The seventh annual contest of the Midwinter Declamatory Union hold in Cynthlana Friday night was won by Mr P P Porter of Kentucky JJniver alLy after a hot contest in which six declaimers participated Mr Henryi BrowniLg of Georgetown cot prize In judging the speakers five points were considered voice articula tion gesture expression and Interpretation Below ia given the names of the declaimers and their subjects Three Scenes from the Gadfly Mr Henry Browning Ciceronian Society Georgetown College The Unknown SpeakerMr D R McKinloy Mrs Brocks private class Winchester Ky The Burgomasters DeathrMr P P Porter Kentucky University Lex ington Kr- Mark Anthonys OrationMr D B Letcher Centre College Danville ky How Old Folks Won the Oaks Mr J T Gunn A M College Lexington Ky The Curse of ReKUInsMr W IL Reese Kentucky Wesleyan Elocu tion Class Winchester Ky The Struggle of UtiluslIr B S Vanmeter Central University Saturdays Lexington Herald says Mr B S Vanmeter of Central University wag the last of the declaimers He spoke with pleasing voice and his manner and his gestures were exceed lug graceful His facial expression was excellent The decision was not an one for the judges and the audience was kept waiting for some time while they were debating the question of the wards Rev Dr Norton who delivered the medals to tIre lucky men was especial ly bappy in his remarks Goebel Monument Fund KIM by MIssurians Texans and Ohlolans Some Interest ing Letters Governor James B McCreary was chosen Chairman of the Goebel Moan ment Committeetor the State of Ken tucky by a latKC meeting of Legislators and other prominent citizens at Frankfort and we asked him if the fund was growing Ho said it was increasing rapidly and the people in the state and out of the state were contributing with promptness and generosity unpar alleled and pointed to several letters on lila table just received from various counties in Kentucky tolling him of tire rapid increase of contributions in those couUties He also showed a letter freru P B Veriable of Columbia Missouri enclosing tire first dollar he had made in business which he had been keeking as a souvenir but now contributed it to the Goebel monument fund Also a letter from W R Morgan of JonesborOjrexas enclosing money and a 1etteraud newspapers from Fay ette Howard county Missouri show ing that one hundred and fourteen per sons had contributed one hundred and fourteen dollars The following item appeared in the Fayette Mo papers Immediately after hearing of tbe death of Gov Wm Goebel of Ken tucky Dr C O Lewis of this city started a Howard County Goebel Monument Fund asking 1 subscriptions to tire worthy cause He met with signal success It is requested that the citi zens of Fayette and Howard county assemble in mas meeting at the court bouse at 2 p tit to take suitable action relative to the matter Governor McCreary has received many letters with coatributiOfHtliut we select this from a little gif M wsetiiy of production DEAlt Mn GovzrrxouI a Wilc- girl five years old but I allt N ffaf to hear Mr Goble is killed I e t1e dollar from my little bank toKO 9 K tombstone Wont you please kill the men that killed Mr Goble and obligel WIN KIK DAVIS Bin i l yGovair engraved eectii aMto pmeat to ascii asd every eoafcibtiKxv It will bs a oavealr receipt fcf miy eey con trifestwi la tims Qeotel Moeumuurnl Futis eoMsuk aiorvwMj If wet b l- r f neathlie brave be true to the great common people FAYETTE Mo Feb 17 1000 HON Js BMrcasny Richmond Ky DEAN Pin Under separate cover I send yon copies of our pity papers which will in a measure at least indi cate to you the feelings of this com munton receiving the news of Governor Goebels death There are many in this vicinity who were born in Kentucky in fact Howard county it largelyeettled by people who are Vir ginians and Kentuckians by birth or whoso ancestors came from those coutJtyIthe unIon of those two Grand Old Commonwealths My father was a Virginian anti inj mot her now in her SUb year came from Kentucky It U a pleasure however to say thqt the horror with which tIre cowardly assas oination was viewed as well as the gennino sympathy subsequently manifested was not confined to any particu lar chars and among those who have subscribed to the Goebel Monument Fund of Howard county are to be found the names of many who represent other States and countries and in the near future I hope to be able to forward to you handsome remittance as tanci ble evidence of the loving menjory in whichour people bold the name of William Goebel Tho Patriot Very truly yours I C 0 LEWIS MARRIED WALTOXFhExcii Mr Pearl Walton and Miss Alice French were married last week at the residence of tbe brides father Mr James French at Panola BIRTHS DOUGLAS To Mr and Mrs Harvey Douglas Friday a 14 pound boy- VAvnturTo Mr and Mrs Thos Vaughn oMryine a fine danchter- DEATIIERAQE On Tuesday Feb ruary 20 at 5 a m to the wife oi Mr James Deatherage nee Miss Daisy Campbell a 9lb boy James Carlton May he live long and prosper being a staunch citizen churchman and Democrat Tonight Just before retiring it your liver Is sluggish out ot tune and you feel dull bilious constipated take a dose ot HOGds PillsAnd youll be all right in the morning Talk is cheap and much of it needs to be discounted Coughs and colds come uninvited but you can quickly get rid of them with a few doses of Coussens Honey of Tar Price 25 and 50 cents For sale by Perry Thomas 7feblm There is a steady demand for eight cars of beer a week iu Manila Littleimpnritiesgreat danger and should bo expelled by Hoods Sarsaparilla No man knows the right way so well as the one who has once been misled stomachiswith holes The money is lost All its value goes for nothing When tire atom ach is diseased with the allied organs uf digestion and nutrition the food which is put intoit is largely lost The nutriment is not extracted from it The body is weak and blood improver ished Time can be mended The stomachcan be cured That sterling medicine for the stomach and blood Doctor Pierces Golden Medical Dis covery acts with peculiar promptness and power on the organs of digestion and nutrition It is a positive cure for almost all disorders of these cores also such diseases of time heart blood liver and other organs as have their cause in a weak or diseased con dition of the stomach St Paul said that all men are liars He way probably an assessor Persons who lead a life of exposure are subject to rheumatism neuralgia and lumbago will find a valuable rem edy in Ballards Snow Liniment it will banish pain and subdue inflammation Prce 25 and 50 cents For sale by Per ry Thomas Tfebfm There is no fun Jn grumbling when nobody pays any attention Tetter SaltRheum and Eczema The intense itching and smarting incl lent to these diseases is instantly allayed by applying Chamberlains nnd Skin Ointment Many very bad raises uavo been permanently cured by it It is equally efficient for itching piles and nipplesbappedmd chronic sore eyes 25 cts per box Dr Giujs Condition Powders are jnst a horse needs when in bad conditioir Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge They are not food but tho best in use to put a horse in prime condition Price 25 Tents per package A fat woman never looks as fat in a phaeton as in a high top buggy Adams Fistula Cure manufactur ed by J W Adams Co Paint Lick Ky A guaranteed cure for Fistula Poe vIII Sweeny Scratches Saddle Bolls and Enlargements Greasy Heel DistempSr etc Mrs K W Wiggs of Grafenburg Kr testifies that she had tried tilings for scratches but nothing ilidany good until securing a box of FlstulaSAlve For sale by Perry Thomas 7feb3m Some mans idea of practicing economy Istopreach it daily to their wives 34 Blcfll Cmre 7ra Eating Sores Tumors Ulcers Can cer of the Nose Eye Lip Ear Neck Breast Stomach Legs or Arms are all curable by B B B Botanic Blood Balm which is made especially to cure all terrible Blood Diseases Per sistent Sores Blood aNd Skin Blemishes Sciofula that mist other treatments tire quickly wired by B B B Botanic Blood Balm Skin Eruptions Pimples Red Itching Eczema Scales Blisters Red orflrowu Patches Blotches Catarrh Rheumatism etc are all due to bad blood and hence easily cured by B Po B Syphilitic Blood Poison literally driven from the system by B B B Botanic Blood Balm in one to five months B B B does not contain vegetable or mineral poison One bot tie will test it in any case For sale by druggist everywhere Large bottles six lor5 Send for a free sample bottle which wIlY no sent by return mail When you write describe 8ym toms and personal free medical advice will be give Address Blood Balm Co 438 Mitchell street Atlanta Ga juiy26lyr Opal mining is one of the greatest Australian mining industries An EtMMrs Life tout hy HtR WAs LII ReMIdy Dnrinjt the early part of October 1890 I contracted a bd coal which settled ha my lunge aad WM neglected until I feared that Mllmptl n appeared in au fcwlpient state I was constant lv bgli 8MIoItrYillg to expo some timing liMeh I coald ivot 1 le-alftrmtxf ad after riving the hoosiiec tor a nil bought a bottle brCH Mir Mna CJowth B niIy sad tile tasii wfiedlnf l1I had Htai thwe bias wy lun wsi- rastneedto tb ir tmtttbr MMB 8 Edwwdj FbIrir of Ylis Review WysaIi Ill 7r jir terry k 7Isblu I II THE MAGNIFICENT DISPLAY OF NEW SPRING GINGHAMS AND PERCALES AT THE BUSYBEE CASH STORE I Is a great attraction for early buyers who are seeking the new desirable styles for spring and summer All the new novelties of imported French Ginghams and the prettiest patterns of American production are being shown in this line Now is the time to get the pretty styles Tae H mDurgs EmDrDi eries L ces nQ WMh GDD S That will be seen at The Busy Bee Cash Store in Jan uary will be largest ever shown by enterprising Upto Date store Dont full to see themIi The New Carpets und MUllings That have been unloaded at The Busy Bee Cash Store this week for their Spring business have crowded the sidewalks so as to largestlineCity of Richmond Velvpt Brussels Body Brussels Moquettes Axminsters Tapestry Brussels Ingrains in all qualities Granite Carpets Hemps Mattings Linoliums Oilcloths Etc These goods were all bought before the advance in Carpets You can I save big money on small purchaser in this department WE ARE SOLE AGENTS FOR THE AMERICAN LADY CORSET iWe have received several hundred dozen in all the best sell ing shapes We can lIt any form This week we are having a special display of American Lady Corsets in our window Dont fail to see it We will show the handsomest line of LADIES TAILORMADE SUITS this tobe seen this side of New York We earnestly invite the ladies one and all to examinet this line of goods We know the result will be a very pleasant surprise to you Our Tailormade Dresses fit to perfection Dont overlook our Lace Curtain Department we are showing some handsome things FancyDraperies I WIII OLDIIAM COMPANY RICHMOND MT STERLING AND GEORGETOWN There is no better medicine for the babies than Chamberlains Cough Remedy Its pleasant taste and prompt and efiectnalxures make it a favorito with mothers and small children It quickly cures their coughs and colds preventing pneumonia and other seri Otis consequences It also cures croup and has been used in tens of thousands of cases without a failure so far as weave been able to learn It not only cures croup but when given as soon as the cronpy cough appears will prevent the attack In cases of whooping cough it liquefies the tough mucous making it easier to expectorate and lessens the severity frequency of the paroxysms of coughing thus de priving that disease of all dangerous consequences For sale by Perry Thomas Tfeblm Clear boiling water will remove tea stains Many an innocent little darling is suffering untold agony and cannot ex plain its troubles Mark childs symptons it may be troubled worms give it Whites Cream Veitnl fuge and restore it to quietness and health Price 25 cents For by Perry Thomas 7feblm There are no reserve seats In heaven for the rich people The Better Part Of valor is discretion and the better part of the treatment of disease is pro vention Disease originates in im purities In the blood People who take it at tfiis season say they are kept healthy the year rpand It is because this medicine expel impurities and makes the blood rich anihealUiglvIne All liver ills are cured by Hoods Pills 25 cents There is no problem equal an aching tooth In pulmonary trouble the direct action of Coussens Honey of Tar upon the throatrehest and lungs immediate ly arrest the uHlI i relieving the distress cutting thu ptllegm and treeing the vocal and breath i K organs Price 25 and 50 eeatn Jforjwle by Perry Thomas 7feblm Riches bwewiags and poverty lisa stings TeB Prepared For war is the s jt way for this na lion to maintain peace Tbat is the opinion of tire wweet statesmen It iff equally true that to be prepared for spring Is the best way to avoid tine peculiar of the season This Is a lesson multitudes are learning and at this time when the blood is sure to be loaded with ftairtirities ani to be weak and sluggish time millions t6 tako Hoods Sarsaparilla which purified enriches nd vitalize the blood expels aU eMe gerimrcreatsa a good appetite give ptretigth gird erzy and puts tine whole systdm in healthy condition preventing pneu monia fevers arid other dangerous diseases wlilcti Are liable to Attacks weakened irciiI fehlm 4 Wkhrin aiII tetsr fac s have IMtilttniebllfall JflM WMHt a etriis Of IllflHfl urffaMM 4siL Junctions of th oncewittyHeriHie to witiidiW from ion she = S C V1rbr1W t f i hI think I would co crazy with pain were it not for Chamberlains Pain Balm writes Mr W II Stapleton of Herminie Pa I have been afflicted with rheumatism for several years and hove tried remedies without number hut Pain Balm is the best medicine I have got hold of One application relieves the pain For sale by Perry Thomas 7feblm After a man reaches 85 he should stop dreaming and go to work Tablern Buckeye Pile Ointment is the onlv for blind bleeding br protruding piles indorsed by physi iians cures the most obstinate eases Price 50 cents in bottles Tubes 75cts For sale by Perry Thomas 7oblra FIT TOWEAR IL S STOUT has received his SPRING and SOMMEU line of FIlE MQ RT D ijITI G AND I- QIwr 1R He will give you the best workmanship to be had No Fit No Pay1 U R S cri anJCuttor One Door East of W DOld ham on Main Street febljlj NOTICE TO CREDITORS MADISON CIRCUIT COURT Clerks OHce Feb ff Jaw 0 L WtI1oogbb1ad ltlOrder BWilioughb75flrStCrthiSSJtlfetenC8 Orderedthst the foregoing cause be referred the Muter Commissioner 8 E Scott to ucertaln and report what debts due and owl by deceased and he will Inake Ida said report theBC1EtAprilTermpersons baying clillms against de ceiieat are hrebyniotUd to lie their said Claims before SE Sctitt Master CIlkI- tMroUbS MaMtoH CIItM4S Cevrt wei erly ApeilierniQitA that 5s cora s eoi- ie bU VM Ia ttw UeiCwe4- dcv4oiU i k iacy M r I 1 0 f r J- J 1 t QA1t- Are ee the result of a perfect physical system Our knowledge of the condi goodteethyour teeth in the best condition We treat the nerves and muscles and advise you how tocarefor your health with a view to giving you perfect teeth We do careful gentle work Lasting in its results and moderate in the cost Teeth Extracted 25 cents Finest Alloy Fills 75 cents FineGold Fills 150 AGood Set of Teeth 500 All other work at reasonable prices Write for or call on DR HOBSON for anyother information OfficeGround floor next door to Government Bldg in Hobson Bldg RichmondKy Politicians are sometimes called shadyreco4 Iaster ommissioners Sle I Allen Galleys Admr Ac PUINntlceof BaleICaYlnondBy Tlrtue otsJudguentandOrderot Sale of the Madison Ctrcui Court rendered at the atflecauseWeinesiay Felriary 281900 Between the hours of I oclock a mandloclock m on tile premltvs in Madison county Ky proceed to expose to Public Bale to the highest bidder following described property ATRAC1F LAND Situated InMsdlson county ICyon the waters ot Paint Lick Creek containing 21 il 18rlr- od and 88 perches the lands of Westteg1tMSSa1o will bo made on it credit of six IBo th The Barcaaser will be required to lfI bOnd with oo4 INC1ifrtty totthepay of the pureas mosey tobave Sores eJfechh JH4eeat tJearti1c leptlntereat- ftofn day ot Pile wlt SCOTtiupon11 p NOTICE TO CREDITORS Notice U hereby given that all parties hv JohnPowersproperly verified before the undersigned trustee at its place ot business in Richmond Ky 11barredCOfebHNOTICE TO CREDITORS Notice Is hereby given that all parties having JPowerslbofirmMarcbUCOfebl44NOTICE TO CREDITORS havIngcblmsare required to file the same properlr verified before the undersigned trustee at its place of I onorbefore1archs j STATE BANK TRUST CO feblMw Assignee of W F Powers NOTICE TO CREDITORS c bvInglaimverifiedbeforebusiness in Richmond Ky on or before March U or the same will be oarred STATE BANK TRUST CO feblllir Assignee of JJ Powers Very New e IS OUR LINE OF 1900 IPAPER Which we have recent ly added to our stocj- Wehaveconnectedwith us Mr W L LEEDS 1Interior w well established and in 1 v every instance guaran tee work done by him- We also cairy a complete line of the very freshest and purest drugs druggist sundries toilet and stationery Please call and examine our stQ0kL Ji before purchasing e1ik where as wo talce pleasure in showing you our goods wh you buy of not Respt PERRY THOMAS CucCePQ S en- 3 ir Kr t- tIQ i1t111ltJ i i y i frT iwIA Rubber Tire Factory Here Mr S L MidkifT has installed the first and only plant in the county for the construction and repair of rubber tires for vehicles and is turning out factory work at less than factory prices We examined his work and found it equal to any in service lie will be pleased to exhibit his own factory work and quote prices He puts rubber tires on old wheels and the life of vehicle is prolonged so that twice theirII cost is saved not to mention the fort derived oct25tf i SOMETHING TO EAT ALL DAY And until midnight i FINE RESTAURANT OYSTERS ALL STYLES REGULAR MEALS FRUITS CANDIES TOBACCO CIGARS lAM SANDWICHES AND COFFEE anloly A DINELLI Next door to old postoffice I L1 N R RE C DIVISION IN EFFECT SUNDAY MAY 15 1838 No t Cincinnati and Lldngston Express south bound arr Richmond 12 Mpm Lv OSpm 6 north bound J2 20pm Lv 2 OOpm 4 Stanford north bound 3 55am Lr 3 55am 5 south bound 11 25pm Lvll 25pm lu Richmond Maysville Acem north bound Lv 6 am south bound arr 7 20pm 21 Rowland south bound Lv 8 Sam 22 Stanford north bound arr 5 45a- mTor further information call on or address TELEPHONE 78 KUPER HOOD Agt SSSSSSS SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS f WOOd SlubbS9 BEST GRADE GRASS ANi CLOVER SEEDS S Are thoroughly re cancdlnew crop and of Mchert quality It costs comparatively no more to our than the ordinary stock so generally offered while the results will be far more satisfactory Our Catalogue gives fullest about Grnsscsnnd Clovers soilsthe varieties are adapted for best combinations to give largest results in hay or pasturage care of pastures and meadows etc Write for Catalogue and prices of any SisIfS A WILSON P II M PKES C M KENNEDY P SI H SECY RICHMOND SCHOOL AND INFIRLIIY OF MAGNEGTIG HEALING RICHMOND KY We teach and practice this method of MAGNETIC HEALING as does Prof Weltmer of Nevada Mo We treat any and all diseases without the use of drugs or medicine Come and see us Consultation free We also give absent treatment Terms reasonable Office and treating rooms 1 2 3 and 4 GARNETT HOUSE opposite court house Richmond Ky Branch officeNewby Ky Address all correspondence to C M KENNEDY Secy EEFTTJCKY GAEEIAGEWORKS JOHN DONELSON PROPRIETOR We say it we mean it we can prove it0nr Vehicles the BEST our PRICES the LOWEST BIGHGRADE CARRIAGES iniir- tcMc 3 eT 5O to ascertaIn its condition you may find that aL homeiIii STOVES OR RANOES f r For tiealinjj or cooking we can please y n- Fr t parlor dining room or kitchen we have Si the latest l rg iirfl Li1IEEuLMAXNG PPARATUS jgjf priceILEE you vullc toward our store r8E pf JtTAYLOR BROS H tIjEir j CATARRH CAN BE CURED MURDOCK CATARRH CURE IT GOES TO EVERY PART t SURE SUE AND PLEASANT For years bus the medical fraternity sought a raliabla and lure cere for Catarrh In tkli oitbouisudiworst forms of Dyspepala Sprays and ointments are also worth Sew u It is impossible to reac the aOected pane In this manner Mardoek3 OatirrS Cue is a new and scIeatiSc arePM teo I1 lIt be Moked In pipe thereby the fumes and smoke golnicorer the entire swtem affected the 11111re-lleYei instantly the worst form of Asthm JJroncliHU Hay Ftvr Ues la tIN Ks taU icainnabletime JataWE ONLY ASK A TRIAL T0 GOIfVIXOB M lls4ite my ddre MiPHIJ on receipt of price Put up in tin toX8 flOO per box l ACUROoiaciCtoJMe Cd treatment ft 50 icA t V XHtt4aa QI r J u THAT CUM CYRILL Chicago Dlspatetul Back of the currency bill to establish tho gold standard is a Scallvpoliticat- plot Through the passage ot this measure the banks will be enriched immediately and directly 10 the extent of 24000000 This will be a campaign fund for Mark Hanna to draw on to reelect McKin 103 At tho present time the national banks have about 242000000 worth of notes in circulation The proposed currency bill calls for an increase in this circulation of 10 per cent which will cost the banks practically nothing With 24000000 to their credits the banks will be generous in contributing to the campaign mat of their benefac tors Mark Hanna McKinley Co Thus the currency bill is really a bill to reelect McKinley president of the United States Capable financiers point out the fact that the bill also provides for the re funding of the entire public debt into 2 per cent bonds which the batiks cnn buy at par They can take these bonds to the secretary and treasury and get back dollar for dollar currency that can be used for campaign purposes By retiring the greenbacks and nilvcr cer tificates they can thus secure a fund ot about 1300000000 lint corporations do not spend their money for the sake of reducing their surplus They buy something with it something that will be valuable to them If they purchase the presidency for McKinley second time there can be no doubt that they will get more than cost price before the presidents sec ond term has expired Probably the bill cannot be defeated but a united Democracy can defeat McKinley Thus the money power would be prevented from robbing he people and looting the treasury of the United States John Dirr Poseyville Jni says I never used anything as good as One Minute Cough Cure We are never without it Quickly breaks up coughs and colds Cures all throat and lung troubles Its use will prevent con sumption Pleasant to take Perry Thomas REPUBLICAN CONSISTENCY It is rather enlightening for Republi can editors to pass resolutions in Editorial Association meeting calling upon Congress tn repeal the tariff protec Lion which has enabled the paper trust to advance its prices But it would be still more enlighten lug if these same Republican editors would take the same position with regard to the entire protective tariff which enables a multitude of trusts to advance prices and thus rob the peo pieSRecently the Colorado Editorial As sociation lollowing the lead of their Pennsylvania brothers passed a reso lution declaring the paper trust to be an enemy to the newspaper publish era mid readers and therefore to society and good government This eminently truthful assertion is followed hy a demand that Congress immediately repeal all tarff duties on paper and its component parts and any Senator or Representative who may oppse such a repeal is declared to be an enemy profession to the members of the newspaper Now this is all right so far as it goes It commits the Republican edi tors to a position opposed to a tariff which is assuredly the mother of trusts but it is specific in its character when by all rules of justice and lnjic it should be general However these Republican editors will find it difficult to explain to their readers viiv a tariff which robs the editors is wrong wloil a tariff which robs the readers U light Robbed themselves llya trust they protest Dine theyMXMitinue to advo calC iho robbery of others by adminis tration iirotucleil trnstt RELIGIOUS In the Shelby News is a report of the remarks of Rev W F Taylor at the luncrel of Luller W Denmreg who was killed at Frank ford lie said We are leaving rhrihtian civilization and going back into barbarism This is the lime and place to siakoI these things Here in the sight of God In the pros dice of leathon our way tojudg mtMil a 0 What urp we doing to correct it Ifllee mute lips had again the power if ulleranre would they not urge us to our duty What we need is lo recognize the majesty of law the rights of property the claims ot social purity till Kit ctity of liiiioan life and the Bjve ivny f OodV The Hihlo oitiiiix 3535183 let itii 810017 wnii 31175 veises 1lsi chap trR ant iti nts yllifl liligst tin llJth Lsaliii IIH hlivtctiL and iniilde chapter the I7ib Ibiilm T e midclli verse Is ih 8li clutM r of lI14 118lt Isulni 11111J1JJtit name ill tho 8th chapter Isaiah The word aiidt c curs 46G7 times Lord 1855 times Ihp 37th cliapter of Isaiah and the 10th oI II KingH are alike This longs versa in the huf the 8th chapter of Fa her the shortest verse is the 35th 1of the lltli chapter of John In the 21st verse of the Tth chapter of Ezra is the alphabet The finest piece of Tile furmers wife who raises thickens knows that they must have food enough first to satisfy bare hunge then enough more Vthan that to make flesh and fat before thiy will begin to lay In plain vorils youve got to put into hen the form of food wjiatyou gt OUt 91itintlieshapaofegL nounshed hen eggsTh between the fanners wife and her chickens is that she fancies she can take out of herself in daily cares anti toils whet she does not put back in the form of nourishment for nerve and body But she cast Sooner or later the voman who tries it breaks down The warning signs of physical break down are among others weak stomach flatulence paiR in side or back difficult breathing pal tiou of the heart These are aoiae p the in dications of a derangeriiHt of the atom ach and organs of digestion and nutri tion The one sure rasedy for this condition iaDr Pierces Golden Medical r14400Yer7which strcngthem the atom- l00dMd iMOurishes awl invigorates the ueryps Mrs Martha E Barbam ifWewrjlle Prince reonrCo Va writes t commenced to tale zereea Golden Medical Dtaemry la Tune 1897 toWs Favorite aad I altJIOt exprou the benefit lhae reeeired Item time medicines I was ufctiiur wIth what the doetan cUed chronic InItiO lorpU liver ICItdoaaygy W et ad aBira tug alt over I a wtk ktuak k5S JlIa4cld d uy wait atallwHh r ec c s t wrote 10 Ji 1Z11i-a 4iia U vTlvy name t XM HmalAK 3 foil UTvO years ago I was a great sufferer from womb trouble and pro iase flowing each month and tumors Athw TIfI1II1 RWIIby LyiUm C Pink Mms Va-hi t 011 would jorm In the womb I had four tumors in two years I wenUhroughtreatment with doctors but they cUd me no good and I thought I would have to resort to morphine to The doctor said that all that could help nu was to have an operation and have the womb removed but I had heard of Mrs Pinkhams medicine and decided to try it and wrote for her advice and after taking her Vegetable Compound the tumors were expelled and I began to get stronger right along and am as well as ever before Can truly say that I would never had gotten well had itnot been for Lydia E Pinkhams Compound MARY A STAIIL WATSOXTOWX PA What Mrs Finkluuna letter Did DEAR MRS PINKDAM After follow ing the directions given in your kind letter for the treatment of leucorrhoea I can say that I have been entirely cured by the use of Lydia E Pinkhams remedies and will gladly recommend them to my friends Thanking you for your kindness I am gratefully yours A B DAVIDS Bmoxuswror N Y reading is the 26th chapter of Acts The nnmo of God is not mentioned in the book ofEsther The Bible contains knowledge wisdom holinessa and love Stanford Commercial BOURKE COCKRAN FOBBRYAN Clit agofllapatchjS That William JBrynn has captured the Democrats of tile East who bolted his nomination in 1S9C is being made manifest by the events which are now coming into evidence Bonrke Cockran one of the most cIa quent of the former opposition has given out tan interview to the effect that tie would support Bryan and a platform making imperialism the chief issue of the campaign This is the first step toward a delara ion that he will support Bryan on the platform adopted by the national Democratic convention That is the position every true Dem ocrat should assumeSThie is no time for Democrats to set up their individual opinions against the timehonored rule that the will of the majority should prevail If men like Brouke Cockran assume the right to dictate the terms on which they will support their party all hope of victory might as well be abandoned now It would be gratifyine and helpful to the Democratic majority if Cockran would return to his allegiance with no ultimatum as to what the great parfy must do to win his support But it will never do to allow him to dictate the termsIf is to be won it must be secured through united action and the best way to secure such action is to accept the decisions of the national lOn vention and to work in harmony with the majorityon the platform adopted by tbat convention Jack the Huejrere are scaring Coin m bne 0 girls almost to death We un derstand the Huggers have been getting in their work in this city for some time and the girls seem to be willing vIctirascCynthiana Democrat i Gold Collar Button men This shape Is handy and popular D 1 j For 18 lion and a delicate pink with jewel setting and gold trimmings Best enamel finish stylish and dura e- II The Lions Brideu Ia Mailed free far 12 lionJwofa cut faa of the noted German artist Gabriel Max It is Sounded on ChamUsos poecuThe Uoaa Bride The kwe send with each picture a handsome containing copy of the poem and telling all 1C Size 15x36 Inches II and Frkads A bright cheery picture Fet8Ha 14m s mi 2c 5 imp A bright eelret nt ens and her rabbi ti The predominating 14x28 Inches For lion bca1a and 2eent itanni e win mU It tinnelread j lot taagtae Rw TT Eatens ICRlalIr 1 Letters are coming lo me fronif all directions Jim regard to the rhilrge made in the Courier Journal of Snnjlay that I said on last Friday In ionvfrea tion wilh Dr YoP Harvey and the Roy W U Jones in refereJice to JMr Goebel Im sorry the fellow wnssljot t wanted to see hun banged Bib Harvey and Jones sent that paper a correction which was published in the righthand corner at he bottom of tho 4th patio Many saw the charge wlio did not Bee the correction In answer to the inquries I wish simply to say hood of such n remark I did tny I assassin in severe terms but I lid not sly that I wanted to see him hanged That charge is a gross misrepresenta tion I make this statement in lieu of answering the many letters of Inquiry which are coinjng and to relieve the minds of any of our readers who may- have seen the charge and not seen the T EATON The above article was taken from the Western Recorder of which Sev Eaton is editor Workinsr Night AnJ Hay The busiest and mightiest little thing that evoqt was made id Dr Kings New Life Pills Every pill is u sngarrcatid globule of health that changes weak ness into strength listlessness into en ergy brainfag into mental power Theyre wonderful in building uptlie health Only 25e per box Solllby Perry Thomas 3 COUNTY MUST KEEP UP THE PIKES The Harrods Sayjngs says In the case sent up to judge Snufley in volving the contention between the city Mercer coun ty as to keeping up the pikes in the city limits his honor decided that the county must sustain the roads an the pike corporation had done until said countyhad paid for them and gotten a deed tlrerefor Time county will not finish paying for the pikes for a year yet and County Judge B F Roach informed the reporter that the spreading of rock on those streets in town which were kept up by the original owners of the roads will begin immediately After doctors failed to cure me of pneumonia I used Quo Minute Ojuph Cure and three bottle of it cured me It Is the best remedy on earth for whooping cough It cured iny grand children of the worse cases writes John Berry Loganton Pa Ithi the only harmless remedy that gives imme diate results Cures coughs colds croup and throat and lung troubles It prevents consumption Children always like it Mothers endorse it Perry Thomas A gloss factory has been started at St Helens In which the whole system of Mowing is replaced by and automatic arrangements of molds and blow pipes worked by compressed air The output has been much increased Hylers Dyspepscia Tablets pleasant easy to take and permanent re lief 50 days treatment 41 Mailed on receipt of price MUHDOCK CURE Co nov29 ly Atlanta Ga- It is somewhat curious that Spain has been enjoying spleudid times since the war Can it be on account of her success ill saddling her unprofitable colonial problems on the United States Meade County Messenger Used in Millions of Accept no substitute Insist on LION COFFEE in lIb pkgs These articles mailed FREE in exchange for lion heads cut from front of lb JION COFFEEpkgs UonCoHeemotherofpearlback Daisy NeckPin Genuine HardEnamel and Gold heads TheillustratIonColor stampAnlotcrcstin- and Solder about Dorothy Her lplAylog redsand norrllid 1IcorrectionT orHarrodsburgand give Hom- esI I Stylish BeltBuckle Handsomely with Romm nIthanisetwItmub jewelIn ThIt rItt colored cashes The goldfinish goes wellwith any of them Given for 20 Mba nods and a 2cent stamp Ladles Apron alternate revering and tuckS broad hem at bottoti and Is neatly gathered at waist inches Given for 30 Hoe heeds and a 3 cettt asp r Fruit Picture frBan1 50Foot Clothes Given UGn aznt ladoof braided j I m1gzmd will jlvo the f te of L r Everyv lie that WAS used by Jthe eu emtea of Mr Goobel during the cam paign and during the stormy days that followed the election was successfully refuted and laid bare in its naked ugli ness before it had gone far AntI even deaths steps jn now to refute time latest and most inhuman Hoof all for it was said by his relentless enemies that he was zit seriously wounded and that his wound was being exaggerated forth purpose of creating sympathy for him that he might ride into office Upon public clamor Here indeed was a man who was persecuted even into tho grave and the vultures hover now about his corpse unsateiand eager to damn his memory Clinton Deiribr crat Brave Men Pall Victims to stomach liver and kidney troubles as well as women and all feel the results in loss of appetite poisons In the blood backache nervousness headacho and tired listless rundown foiling But theres no need to feel like tLat Listen to J W Gardner IdaviJIeInd Ii e says jjElectric Bit ers lire just tho thing for a mann when he is all run down and dont care he lives or dits It did more togive lime new strength anti good ap petite than anything 1 could take 1 cau now oat anything and liMO a new lease on life Only 50 cents at Perry Thomas Drug Store EveryotUi guaranteed x S 4 A well dressed ladylike looking wo man entered a car the other day with her little boy of about 0 ye rs of ago On the conductor coming to collect tho fares time lady handed her little son a quarter he being nearer time door The little fellow examined time coin careful ly and then gave it to time conductor Scarcely had the man returned the change than the youngster clapped his hands and looking at his mother ex claim triumphantly Mamma mamma he has taken the bad quartet Write Murdock Cure Co Atlanta Ga enclosing 2c stamp for free sample HylersDyspepsiacure every mao of Catarrh Dyspepsia novly ThfrUniled States postoffice officials are preparing to begin a new plan in tho salof stamps by offering them lo purchasers in book form The public will be able to buy stamps in this way in collections worth 10 2and 0all conveniently Rut up and in shape to bo kept neatly and always ready for use Those who havo much correspondence will undoubtedly appreciate this arrangement and the sale of the stamp books will likely bo very large- I hind dyspepsia for years Nbined DspepIa rasuitsWjs It digests what you cat and can not fail tp cure Perry Thomas Cornstalks continue to increase fn value They yield cellulose worth SlQOa ton for stopping holes in battle ships for flue cardboard and paper time best foundation for dynamite a pitent cattle food and a superior glue From a western Colorado postmaster to the Department at Washington Pies except my resanation of p m of tho govment at this town i hal boon alacteiJ j of the pease school commiE ner said duties preventin me from biting off more than i can chaw hy trine to kill three birds with 1 ston lTRENGTit PURITv Arm FlAVOR I bythe olqondquality forIeJJMl 8rjj whether IBoxof Colored Crayons IChilds Drawing A collection of nice outline boundInto with sheets of miaperbetween leaves On theio tlssuapaecstbo aSordingcujoymcntns andtheeachMWillg Naval Box Kite See ttIty ctte now mpuLmr tnchclougand can be spread to fly American eec ejnreluIiIs iEw 4yAp cOFFQEMIUM4fl1I 9a ttali kkamIMdp waa psthabii US4L ET ForlOIIonheaos a 2c stamp waxeramonsfifteen colors accom with line pictures coloring Eachcrayon wJlliztmngpapcrto lug I 2cent tisp I iidki 46 Hen hea JLteHf sain wrapper and a 2ce Clltfro1 anrl prr ana set i I I bf Jf V end out Is 3ar lbl S S 3 S a pa a faS as a S S oaes II It o a a a PLEASE- TRY It CANY CATHARTIC I JOc 50c i n u There is a vast deal of human natnre in the human family The plain plod ding farmer is uutshnv to catch 0111 and is very ready to join a truft when timings come his way At Fostoria 0 the gas has petered out and the people are compelled tp use wood for fuel Tlie farmers control thin markets mid haye put up Pries so High as to make the wood buyers and woodburners dizzy Now I should like to ask vou why men always speak of Widow as a charming widow said a pretty Kirk wood girl There id a young widow at Kirkwood and I ain free to admit that she is charming but sheisnt anymore charming than a dozen vesthan at least SO Kirkwood girls whom I could mention and yet I have never heard a man refer to her except as tho charming widow S Louis Globe Democrat HOME SEEKERS Excursion at very low rates to many jKiinis in the following territories Alabama Arizona Arkansas British Columbia Colorado Florida Georgia Idaho Indian Territory Iowa Kansas Ltiiilgiana Manitoba Michigan Mis Koiiri Montana MLssiemppi Nebraska New Mexico North Dakota Noirth Carolina Oklahoma Oregon South Dakota South Carolina Tennessee Texas Utah Virginia Washington Wisconsin aud Wyoming over time BIG FOUR ROUTE Selling dates February 16 20 March 620 317 1900 For full information and particulars as to rates tickets limits stop over privileges etc call on agents of Big thetmndersignedWnmtmr OPTA AGPtPACi- ncinnati 0 marlT ZUllQCThALUORT New Orleans Best Line to ARKANSAS TEXAS MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA Pullman Tourist Sleeping Car leaves Louis throughtoAsk your ticket scant for particulars or write llntLoulsvllleKMemphis and New Orleans A 1L HANSON WM A KELLOND a P A Chicago AG P A Lonisrllle COFFE MoneyTiy pureCoffee I Mantel Clock I Alarm Clock tor- IrnIppoJ Book 25c April By express prepaid lot Ito lion heads and a 2c stamp Frame utUull finished wllh gilt Stands inches high A beauty goodtimekeeper Sent by express prepaid for 80 lion heads and n 2cent stamp orrtcriiiit either clock thereisiLndies Scissors t anltablddentttctrimming Given for 2 lion Razor head and a 2C stamp i HvNt for 35 lion heads and n 2cent stamp nretclafs razor madeof best English steel and extra hollowrcttul Ruler Dressing Cc ntb Fee Ollo h4s aad azet JLength 7 inches full I1Ie sail Made of genuine India rubber finished Appropriate for alndlcs Ingcaic or for use In the household JpfCame India SIJnIlorJto Par hasbeetiera countries Uncc pfhlstotytntlon plan of the pine with usual counters dice and dicof cups ac conwanyIimW It gm onJleTefU r fPIaYl g Qiyet nli 2te1t 555 4 I3very time 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