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Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897): n. Wednesday, February 28, 1900. Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897). 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914, Richmond, Ky. 1900 ric1900022801 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897): n. Wednesday, February 28, 1900. Richmond climax (Richmond, Ky. : 1897). Richmond, Ky. : Climax Print. Co., 1897-1914, Richmond, Ky. 1900 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Jy liiijv iT ur w riIwT ir Ml 4 oL THfl RICIiOND CLIMAXi i II VOLUME 26 C 7 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 28 1900 dO NUMBER 391117 rJeiclecJREPAIRING AND TIMEING PINE WATCHES A SPECIALTY s t aTe AH Work Guaranteed I IMAiNSTREET RICHMOND KY I o rr PROFESSIONAL CARDS AroRT8 RtE ROBERTS ATTOKNEYATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY rsOfflce over Climax Office with Jas B Mc Creary Second Street RW MILLER ATTORSETATLAW RICHMOND KBJTTOCIT Office In the Bnrnam Building next door to armers National Bank feb3ly J SIIIV1e2zT ATTOItNEYATLAW- RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office over State Rank Trust Co op posite Court House on Main Street JC D MOHKNAULT ATTORNEYS AT LA IF RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen aults grocery W R LETCHER AttorneyatLaw RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office with T J Smith Jr over COVIngton Mitchells T C LowryAt- torneyatLaw 1 Mob rley Building Richond Ky TLOT 3CO1J ATTORNKYATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY jOfflee in Prather Building Main fitreet PHYSICIANS DRS GIBSON GIBSON PIIYiSIClASa AND SURGEONS RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office in the Joe Cclini building and to Sec ond Street over Wane old drugstore 27 CHAS C HOOKER ETRRIXARY SURGEON Graduate Oirfario Vtlrrinary Cutttye Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty OSOffice at my stable on corner First and f Water Streets Richmond Ky apr7ly IT C JASLER M D Medicine and Surgery Oihco Prathor Kiiildine Main Street Telephone at IUroRICHMOND KENTUCKY EVANS M D JW PHYSICIAN AND SUKOEON RICHMOND KENTUcKY DENTAL SraOEBT D h tte t tontJO OF LoCI VILLB Ky uAOIBce unit door to llovernment Building RichmSud Ky UiOce hoars to 121 to 4 wvl7- lyIYE0Sh1TH DEN 1ST iOfflce over Taylor Bros hardware Store Main Street Janl2ly Dr Louis H landfflan No 513 Went Ninth Street Cincinnati Ohio will be at M M Millers residence second door lo Postofflce Iticlirnon- dWEDNESDAY Ky on 51CH 14 1900 returning every srcood Wednesday o each month Reference every physician of Richmond Ky maylly L Dr IL Goldstein The Optic Specialist of No 511 Fourth Avenue Louisville will be at the Glyndon Hotel Richmond TUESDAY MARCH 20 returning one day each month Eyes exam ined and classes scientifically adjusted i 542 WORTH OP PRESENTS 1 For 50c worth of work We are giving away wntolies blcvcle sewing ma cliincB Kiip Ac c to introduce our paper PASTIME a highclass illustrat ed family paper of from 16 tq 32 large pagep 01 to 128 columns of Chice Good Stories Literature Art Humor Letters crAnd all you have to do to get 12 worth of presents is to pet 20 subscribers at l lOc each Send lOc in stamps for full long list nf presents and paper PASTIME for 0 months jour Ky TIlE PASTIME Co Louis t A WONDERFUL DISCOVERY Not only cures but keeps well 4IgI by an organized company of re entand noted people throughout the ronq 1 try We speak of that wonderful In strument lElectrbpoise and ask your careful examination into the cures it f has wrought Col A P Nunally ot the InterOcean Chicago writes Vearlv three years experience with Ktpctropolee only confirms the truth of your claims L say my friends that this Instument is amoeC wonderful in vention and I would not part with mine If I could get JiViotber Send address for our book letters mpeople who have been cured by Eke tropoiso ELEOTThOPQiSECO fi8 Fourth Aveuueljvfcville Ky sept 211 J Iw D s 9cs County Court Days Paris Bourbon county first Mondayj loaIdayLexington Fayette connty second Lincoln county second Ion dayGeorgetown Scott county third Mon day Panville Boyle county third Monday Kicholasville Jessamine county third Monday Winchester Clark county fourth MondayVersailles woodford county fourth Monday T IS NO BURDEN when a PIANO or ORGAN is pur chased lere Our cystem of easy payments enables any one to en jy the music of vjict tstume without depriving thems lves of necessary comforts One of these INSTRUMENTS would make a superb HOLIDAY PRESENT Why not come in and look at these special bargains HARDING RIEHM H G KENT AGENT RICHMOND KY Our Goods ND Our prices Compel you to trade with us when you give us a trial ill 1bC- IllIB d llid mID p IDm TIj D rhe ladies cannot be deceh ed by catchy phrases nor bombastic claims All we have to say is we buy Tn 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 TOU want If so trade with Wnit AND Gioson SALESMAN WANTED Enclose Stamp for Particulars rill straighten curly and kinky hair without injury to the or PRICE 50CTS PER BOX AISTIKINK Endorsed by the United States Health Report DARRAGH RICH New York SOLS MAXOTACTCBBBS Jan312 + 4 + CALL ATs + + lt1 SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshin ofdrinks that can be founa- in the jcity are dispensed by upfb iate and accommo dating clerks OeaalEC Saratoga Water Kept oa Tip Phone 3 Second St RIOHMQND R- Thkc id Okio Eailmj Time of Trims at Winchester Ky WEST BOUND Mt SterllBC a d Lexington Accora S M am Eastern Exps ess for LonisTille 7 90 am Morehead and Lexington Accom 3 00 pm New York Limited RFV M pm EAST BOUND texlnn and Morehead Accom 9 15 am New York Limited F F VJIM am Lexington and Mt Sterling Accom S 80 pm Washington Express I 28 pBJ Accommodation trains run daily except Bun day CMher trains run dAily TImNtf1t llNping aad dialng ArN1oe to N Yenlt rrniM4ew rMH cr MeeereryM isi- eiIaH wriM E1IOO D JIll=I4Xi Ge 8J1OR1B W JlAILDY D P4 OOJIr Xy a A Iti IM ANNOUNCEMENT won COCHTT CLEar ARChKAVANADORto the action of the Democratic Party RAYBURNto the action of the Democratic Party We are authorized to announce D B TEVIS theactionWe are authorized to announce JI it subJectJESSRBBto the action of the Democratic party FOB BHEEIFP FWAGERScountyaubject to the action of the Democratic party WBALLARDSheriff subject to the action of the Democraticparty MARTINGENTRYcounty subject to the action of the Democraticparty DDROAUDUSsubject to the action of the Democratic party FOB ASSBSSOB OLDHAMcountysubJect to tire action of the Demo cratic party LBARERconnty nbject to the action of the Demo cratic party GEORGENOLANDcounty subject to the action of the Democratic party WDEATIIERAGEaMadison subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce BUD DUNN of the Glade District a candidate for Assessor subject to the action of the Democratic party FOB JAILER CLACKEYacounty subject to the action of the Democratic party GPAnRISHcounty subject to the action of the Democratic tWecandidate for Jailer of MadIson county for theDemocralle PERKINSaction ottfce Democratic party The Kasas Jawhawker a peoples party paper liasput this ticket at the head of its editorial culumn For President WILLIAM J BRYAN of Nebraska The Brightest Jewel in the Crown of Liberty For VicePresldent CHAMP CLARK of Missouri The Diamond Pin In the Shirt Front ofFreedom TO WILLIAM GOEBEL For the Climax We hall him King and hold him higher With flawless love more pure and whole Than ever built an altar lireA peerless prince of heart and soul Free born of chemic sun and dew Sweetmothered by the earth below He blessed a weary world anew And walked the paths of right we know Be planted fn thfsoll of dust A seed for rich and poor the same He filled the honest heart with trust And for his deeds we bear no shame He taught divinest words of good From a heart true as steele For his people be bravely stood And to a wrong would never yield His time on earth gave hallowed days Blending all our noons and eves Enriching thoughts enraptured ways Like softened tones on autumn leaves The kindly light of knowing ej es Beaming through thy haloed breath Makes thee eternal as the skies Thy name triumphant over death Thy wealth of brain a brilliant sphere Shoots the shaft of wit and mirth That rive a million minds of fear And warm the seeds of sense on earth O sane and sacred Goebell Manliest man of all our race Brave true pure and noble Eternal lives thy love and grace Then marvel not our scopeless love Leaping praise would woo thy name And never burning star above Shall live beyond thy boundless fame AS EASTERN REPUBLICAN AND DbMOCRAT IC PIPERS VIEW THE KENTUCKY SITUATION Collected for Climax by C E W TAYLORS POSITION UNTENABLE- N Y Sun Rep Two things conspired to make the position of the Republican claimant to the Kentucky Governorship untenable the assassination of Qoebef and the arbitrary dispersion of the Legislature rue murder put Governor Taylor at a moral disadvantage Tho dispersion of the Legislature was an inexcusable political blunder The sentimental itliculty growing out of the shooting might have been surmounted but tlip overturning ot a coordinate branch of ie State government could not be defended Thereafter Federal help grin tervention became Imcossibie To make the most favorable terms possible with the Democrats then became necessity SENATOR DEBOES PART Washington Post Dem That Senator Deboe is largely re spollsible for Taylors stubborn stand at Frankfort is generally believed by all wellinformed Kentuckians of both parties but not until his bohatyester- day that it was mainly on hia advice that Taylor has refused to sign the agreement of the Louisville pence conference were many people in Washing ton aware that the Senator Is standing in the way ofthe early restoration of civil government in Kentucky POWER BEHIND THE THRONE Washington Port There is no denying tbe fact that Kentuckians are convinced that Sena tor Deboe has furnished a bigpartof the brains and backbone to the usurper barricaded in the State House at Frank fort Senator Deboe left Frankfort the night before Goebel was killed It fa contended that it was his duty to return at once to the scene of excitementand exert hits utmost influence in behalf of peace and order He was accompanied by former Secretary ol State Flnley who is described as one of the most thoroughly desperate Republicans in the State Finleys whereabouts by the way have not been made known since he left Frankfort He Js a moun taineer and It is suggested as a possi billty that be is in the mountains firing the hearts of his ignorant and irrespon sible followers to further resistance to the law It M also thought probable that be came onto Washington with Senator Deboe and will reraain hwre until he considers it entirely aae7ie return to Frankfort CORBEL LEGALLY DESIGNATED GOV- EKNOK N Y 8untep While there ia little doabt that Taylor was chesea at tile KoveaiSar eJec tlea tkre 111 titatall that 4o- tpvIkste MvINr M- LePl PoWer el 4ehien la I 7iT f case of contest Goebel waslegally desic TaybrMature to the Courts Instead lipw ever he appealed to the militia TILE TAYLOII MACHINE Washington Post There is no doubt at all that without Raimas assistance Taylor could not have been nominated and there is no doubt at all but for lila splendid person al machine Goebel could not have head ed the Democratic ticket White there is no room for dispute on the the Dem ocratic claim that as a man and politic theanperiorter and cleanliness of methods yet they were both so weak within their respective parties that a parallel on this score can be fairly drawn between them Indisputibly Goejel was the most powerful personlity in Kentucky TIlE UNSPEAKABLE DEBOE Washington Post If Senator Deboe were peaceably in dined it is thought his presence at Frankfort would soon restore peacebut since his voice Is for warit is considered a positive benefit to the situation that lie prefers to stay in Washington until a few thousands of the walking arsenals perambulating the Blue Grass State at present conclude to lay aside spine of their arms Though not a mountaineer Senator Deboes following is said to come mainly from that element and he is accused of playing upon their class prejudice to fan the flames of hatred and defiance 01 the civil authority GOEBELISM vs TAYLOBISM Philadelphia Record To read the organs of party here shouts a stranger to the history of this might imagine that the Repub poUtflalIbeen guilty of anything resembling the outrages in Kentucky It would be a great mistake however for the aforesaid stranger to conclude from the burning denunciation of Goebelism that the Republican patty had never wrested government from its lawful hands through the instrumentality of fraudulent returning boards or by vie lence and that in its meekness and love of peace it had submitted to every species of political wrong An investi gation of the political records for the last thirty or forty years would soon convince him of his error Unfortunately the submission to lawful meth ods of settling political conflicts is not the monopoly of any political partyand least of all of the leaders of the party styled Republican DEMOCRATS ACTING LEGALLY Philadelphia Times That the law under which tbe Legislature is acting isan infamous law is widely conceded Nevertheless the contest has been conducted under legal forma and if it had to be met by revo utionary action It was incumbent upon Governor Taylor to make no mistakes and to take no step that lie could not maintain Revolution is justified only by succecs Governor Taylors revolutionary nc tionfor his adjournment of the Lepis ature his disregard of civil process and his appeal to the military arm amount ed to nothing lesshis evidently failed Andfallare in this means his defeat WHY BRADLEY 18 TEARING HIS SHIRT Washington Post Former Governor Bradley on the contrary belongs to the casteand he is known to dispise Taylor as cordially as does any Democrat in the State It is told Tjy Wellinformed Kentuckians that not until the Taylorltes with the National Administration attheir back had pledged their support to him for the Senaterhad actually entered into a written contract did Bradley throw his powerful influence in the scales for TaylorA hISTORY TRUTHFULLY TOLD- Philadelphia Record As to the much denounced Qoebol Ism in Kentucky between that and tbe species of political lawlessness that maybe with propriety designated as Taylorism there is little to choose From the day when Governor Bradley orderedsoldiers to Louisville to over awe voters thus invalidating in great degree the result of the election there has been a series of wrongs and out rages on the part of Republican politic- Ians in Kentucky The arbitrary ex pulsion of the Legislature a petty act of Cromwellianlsm the menace of jirmed violence to the representatives oi tile pgepIe should they dare to reassemble the occupation of the halls of Legislation by troops and finally the removal of the State Capital to anob scum mountain village by do facto Governor Taylor all these were acts which taken together have utterly Forfeited for their author and his polit ical adherents the sympathy andsup port of the Jawabiding people of this country In the midst of all this tbe assassination of Goebel tty a partisan enemy should haTe restrained the fierce deuunciationof his political methods by organs that can find nothing reprehensible in tile acts ot his rival for the office of Governor BOOBEVELTO CRAZE FOR WAR Baltimore Sun Governor Roosevelt appears to be the only man out side of Kentucky whose voice is still for war in that State He wants Taylor to hold the Gubernatorial fort there in the face of the law the Constitution popular sentiment and bvery other old thing that may be opposed tohis pretensions The mar tilt New Yorker feels would be a pity to have Taylor back down and poil the chances of an edifying illustration of the Roosevelt theory ot the higher order of existence He Filled The Sir oMO All doctors told Renick Hamilton ol West Jefferson 0 after suffering 18 months from Rectal Fistula be would die unleas a costly operation waaj er formed tot he cured himself wkhflve heXes of Backlena Arnica Salve the eareet Pile care on Earth sad the be t Salve ia the World 3S eentea box Sold by Perry Thomas Druggist 4 A sew way to raise aierforawjdo- w has ben established 1m Texas He hebaid is be h i1ieloa ot ecnte Isle be ebsredal == wknoda 1ki1ew4es Tue p 1fW4I1 99 tit v JtiMpl 0it aNMd 4tF WHAT CENTURIES BROUGHT The nineteenth centuryand this is not a discussion of the end ofthe centnrv problem pave the world greater inventions and benefits to man kind in a material way than all the proceeding centuries It is Interesting to note the great benefits the nineteenth century conferred upon man kind There is considerable discussion as to which phil the discoveries ia the very best The germ theory of disease is perhaps the greatest but antiseptic surgery anesthetics and the conserva tion of energy deserve to rank well at the head The following comparison made by the New York World will be interesting as it shows what the nine teenth century has given us and what was given us in former centuries NINETEENTH ALL PRECEDING VENTURY AGES 1 Railways 1 The mariners 2 Steamships compass 3 Electric tele 2 The steam en graph pine 4 1hu telephone 3 The telescope 6 Lucifer matches 4 The barometer 6 Gas illuuiiua awl thermometer tion 5 Printing 7 Electric 6 Arabic numerals 8 Photography 7 Alphabetical 0 ThephOnograph writing 10 Roentgen rays 8 Modern chemis 11 Spectrum an try founded alyeis 9 Electric science 12 Anesthetics founded 13 Antiseptic sur 10 Gravitation es- gory tablished 14 Conservation 11 Keplers laws energy 12 The differential 15 Molecular the calculus ory of gases 13 The circulation 16 Velocityofof the blood directly 14 Light proved to measured nod have Unite ve locitythe develop perimeutally went of gcoihe shown try 17 The usesof dust 18 Chemistrydef proportion 19 Meteors and meteoric theory 20 Glacial epoch 21 The antiquity of man 22 Organic evolu tion establish ed 23 Cell theory end- embryology 24 Germtheoryofdisease function of the leucocytesS Glorious News Comes from Dr D B Cargile of Whashita I T He writes Four bottles of Electric Bitters has cured Mrs Brewer of scrofula which had caused her great suffering for years Terrible sores would break out on her head and face and the best doctors could give no helpbut her cure Is complete and her health Is excellent This shows what thousands have proved that Electric Bitters is the best blood purifier known Its the supreme remedy for eczema letter salt rheum ulcers boils and running sores It stimulates liver kidneys and bowels expels poisons helps digestion buills up the strength Only 50 cents Sold by Perry t Thomas Druggist Guaranteed 4 Surviving widows and daughters of Revolutionary soldiers on the pension mils June SO 1S99 with their ages and places of residence Name Age Town and State Barrett Hannah NeweiI99Boaton Mass- ChandwlckSnaannah1ILEmporlum Pa SI Plymouth Un VtHnrlburtJonesNancy85Jonesboro Tenn Mayo RebeccbNewbrn va Sanford Eliza Blnomfield N JSlaughter Ann U8IIMltcheIlSLatloDVa VaThompsonRhoda ConnTuller Conn Daughter pensioned by special act lIfram Crhk who served with the troops from New York is the only sur viving pensioned soldier of the war of 181rHe is 90 years of age and resides in northwestern New York Daniel F Bakeman the last survivor of the war of the Revolution was born SepICattarangus county N Yo April 5 1959 aged 109 years 6 months and 8 days Congressional Record I had bronchitis every winter for years and no medicine gave me permanent relief tilt I began to take One Minute Cough Cure I know it is the best cough medicine made says J Koontz Cory PaIt quickly cures coughs colds croup asthma grippe and throat and lung trouble childrens favorite remedy Cures quickly Perry Thomas A Jefferson county couple with the preacher and attendants climbed a tree and were married there No reason was given for the peculiar action but it is thought the gentle maiden had vowed she would never marry any man on earth and adopted this method of changing her mind without seeming to break her vow Ea3h Package of PUTMAN FADELESS DYE colors more goods than any other dye and colors them better too Sold by C L Searcy Waco Jry Thomas Adams Panola Ky feb6lm An extremely modest Mississippi editor is credited with the authorship of the following We have hanging up in our sanctum a plain black band of generorjs dimensions which appears too small for a belt and top large for a sleeve holder The article was found OR the street and in case the pwuer comes in and proves property the same will be tnrnud over olt the customary cbargd of advertising It is not a doe eel hat yasaystNothInlrpepia Cure Qd e dose relieved me- a few bottles cured me It dltreato what yOU eat and always cures dyspep sis Perry Thomas Suffering cats I exclaimed the war editor of the yellow Journal I cant make head or tail out of this dispatch from onr special correppdndeat IB South ATrlou Neither coald 1lIhl his aasbtMt James called the editor to the of fice lJoyI ask tbe Soath African cor respondent to step in here a moment ysDeWltttaofe opd thin say pills I ever took Mipthnhiiloacferry T s Better tolib 0 fc rt sl than heEskM4 r1 1 i GREAT WORK AMONG NEGROES Bookqr T Washington will be In Oinaha shortly and Jie deserves a cor dial welcome from tnemhers of his own race because he has done ami in doing much for them He also deserves aj warm welcome from the members or the white race for in helping the negro to better things he is also helping the white race I It seems certain that the destiny of tbe American negro ia to be wrought out where he Isand no doubt Booker Washington has correctly apprehended what the situation demands which is that the negro avoid shiftlessness and prepare himself for industrial pur suits As long as human nature re mains It cannot be hoped that the pre judice ofthe white against the colored race will entirely disappear and it re mains for both races to bring about such an adjustment of their mutual social relations as will best avoid the friction this prejudice engenders Omaha WorldHeraldI ter Tansy Tablets worth their weight in gold A safe and Certain monthly regulator SI a box M on DOCK CURE Co nov29 ly Atlanta Ga MAY BE WAR WITH ENGLAND Gov Andrew E Lee of South Da kota says that war should bo tho policy of thH government with England if the facts set forth in ex Counsel Mar cums open letter to the American people be found true The action of the British authorities at Durban in tampering with the mail matters addressed to Mr Marcum is damnable the Governor confined and outrage against the rights of neu tral Powers If the facts as stated in the letter are true the American Gov ernment Instantly should call Great Britain to severe account That may mean another war on our hands I know but war is preferable to national dishonor The spectacle of an American citizen be ho in private or public tile having to sit idly by aud see his mail opened by an official of a foreign power is too humiliating for American blood to stand- DeWitts Witch Hazel Salvo Is un equalled for piles injuries and skin diseases It in the original Witch Hazel Salve Beware of counterfeits For sale bv Perry Thomas The law in Kentucky in relation to hog stealing is peculiar If the hog that is stolen is worth Ior over the penalty for stealing the hog is one to five years confinement in the peni tentiary while a call that is stolen must be valued at 20 or more to send the one stealing it to the penitentiary If the stolen hog is worth 309 only the theif carl be tried for petit larceny only as he can also be tried fur stealing a calf worth 1999 only Mrs J MIllerNewton Hamilton Pa write I think DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve the grandest salve made It cures piles and heals everything All fraudulent imitatiotisure worthless Perry Thotna Of the important articles in Every bodys Magazine for March is A Glimpse ot the Germ NVorld by GW Wiuterburn M D This Is tile simple explanation for the month and takes up the subject of bacteria and the enormous amount of good they do to human ity It treats of their origin and labors in a fascinating way and imparts an astonishing amount of information in a manner which makes It stick to the memory To Cure a Cold iu One Day Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund the money if it falls to cure 25c E W Groves sig nature ia on each box oct256m A deathbed convert goes to heaven empty handed The question which is the most profitable crop for the farmers to raise corn or wheat is being discussed in some quarters The consensus of opinion seems to favor wheat as not only pro ducing more money to the acre but as being cheaper to produce in other words that f1000 worth of wheat can be raised with less labor and expense than 1000 worth of corn Harrodsburg Sayings IHROAT RST You can cough into bronchutlspneu monk and con sumption Bandaging and bundling your throat wilidonog- ood You must give rour throat and lungs rest and allow the cough wounds to heal There is noth Insobadforacough ing Stop it by using AYQTSthQTWW Even cough of early consumption cured And later on when the disease is firmly fixed you can bring Vest and comfort ia every case A 25 cent bottle will cure new coughs and colds the 50 cent size is better for settled coughs of bronchitis and weak lungs the one dollar size is more economical for chronic owes and con sumption Its the size you should keep on hand All UBllhw OTcht to be oo the wttcb for sedde lMbtereep or seats zYen1- Ioe voon- Wy Ic UtelMPctt-errJ FassoeM aaCIy Ie I laJoeU1 01111De4il otadM t j iT1o LE BM hEADQUARTERS FOR SEWING MACHINES SEWING MACHINE SUPPLIES Ord rs taken fox PIANOS and ORGANS Repairing a Specialty t3 OFFiCE opposite Court House with Freeman Bros nl7Iy Remember f e That I have purchased the stock of groceries re cently owned by Mr J M Asbill near L N Depot and am now prepared to furnish and deliver fresh goods to any part of the city at the lowest prices I shall continue to make- PRODUCE A SPECIALTY PoultryButter than any house in Rich mond It will certainly prove profitable to you to get my prices before dis posing of anything in this line FLL GOTT Jan21if P atio Home In urancer Insure your dwellings barns and other prop ertyin the BLUe CRASS INSURANCE con PANY of Lexington Ky a home institution Gives protection against FIRE LIGHTNING AND TORNADO No assessment calls on members when losses occur to other members and no Initiation fee charged to become a member of company The cheapest and most reliable company for the people of our county now operating in the State and gets cheaper every year falling to yearForcall on their agent- and collector S R B Black attorneyatlaw oppositeCourtCompany upstairs J H OAHTEIl Pres may2ily C C BOSWORTII Secy KodolDyspepsia Digests what you eat aidsNaturestructing the exhausted digestive or gans It is the latest discovered digest ant and tonic No Qther preparation can approach it in efficiency It In permanentJycuresDyspepsia Flatulence Sour Stomach Nausea- SickHeadacheGastralglaCrampsand imperfectdigestion Prepared by Eo DeWitt ACo Crjleago For solO by Perry Thomas PATENTSDESIGNS ADVICE AS Notice in PATENTAiIiLITY1FREE Book Bow to Charge moderate No tee till P Is secured Letters strictly confidential Address a SIGGERS Palest Lawyer Washington D- CDrCENER 1V4P k FOR WEAK MENThe great French Remrdrlsvrithln easy resell of every Amrrlcm It octs powerfully and quickly A New Man Phnlcally Perfect Is tho esuIt 30 dan usa ol RECENERO Yonn men will regain their lost manhood and Old Men rill recover their youthful vigor It tits ono REGENEIIIsBylllAllllCOPerIhs noner where six boxes donot effect n cure Urcuion freeAddress the Amnrlcan office of HflRDMOX BEDlCflL CO f se1LTc For sale by Perry Thomas septl3ly S25OOOIN Cash Premiums ABB BEING OFFERED BY TilE Ctciai Enquirer FOR Nearest Correct Guesses on the Population of the United States 5o be rportqd by tr U S Census Bureau fol 1900 The first census of the United States was taknn in tSlO Since then every succeeding ten The result of census has been as follows Year Population Year Population 1810 73W881 063822 1860 31HJ321 1839 M Ca020 1870 S355SJJ71- I7oC3453 1880 60155783 1850 23191878 ISM 62622150 Bete you have the fiffcres of a basis of calcu lation The problem now Is Whatwill be the of United States excluding recent acquisitions but the tout of States Territories and the District of Columbia To the Srst nearest correct guess recd309O To Second 1500 To the Third 750 To the Fourth j 100 OTotheFlfth 268 To tile Sixth 3W To till Seventh n i 150 To tho next 10 each amounting to 1880 W 2 8e8 l 100n tt 2680 i aw jo ftooe II J5B3 6 III 7880 T ta11l doo1UB0naUn Headers of the CLIMAX can arail themselves of this oHtr by payment to us ot a years sub acrietlos to the CLIMAX sad Sot the WEEKLY DiQU1JiIt Costing Only i200 lIAMyirHvWMis a ia1ckM goarsaSte Mr fstIwl aM zot- 5tII50S Of all hiS Obil5atIO- MyssrsyaeMsN be 4tIJIl CI f 1I1OaJJ1i A Rubber Tire Factory Here Mr S L Mldkiff 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 He will be pleased to exhibit his own factory work and quote prices He puts rubber tires on old wheels and the life of the vehicle prolonged so that twice their cost is saved not to mention the comfort derived THE SOMETHING TO EAT r ALL DAY And until midnight t FINE RESTAURANT f OYSTERS ALL STYLES REGULAR MEALSfCANDIESFRUITS r CIGARS BSrJtLAM SANDWICHES AND COFFEEr lanioly A DINELLItto old postoffice I oct23tfREADY w w w w w w w w w FOR THE YEAR II r Q- J p Our immense store is now filled to overy flowing with the newest most attractive and 1useful articles for 0 e O e t consisting ofLadies Desks Chif foniers China Cabinets Book Cases Rockers Hall and Library Chairs Morris Chairs Jar 0 diniere Stands and Screens 4 r rbeautifulvite you to make us an early call and avoid the rush You can make your purchases tf t yourleisureyou desire 1 WATCH ICpOr DiitifwLfir PjgQg j- = S NEVILLE MOBERUir 220222 W Main Street DAY PHONE 23 KYNIQHT PHONE 23RICHMONDI 8XileII X t y 1im 1I 7II 7l F 1This Is The Oliver Plow IU I iZm IFYOUHVEI IT YOU 7FKNOW IT IS IBEST I hQ IF YOU HAVE fNOT WE WILL PROVE IT IS THE BEST 4 We are still handling tho Brown Cultivator J Hawot1i Corn Planter and tile Best Harrow Qn the market Also a full line of Collars Hanhes Back Bands Bridles and all kinds PIOWill 1 Gear and afulllin Of Hardware and EE B SUDXDII tOOmA i i MAIN STIIEET RICHMOND Xy f+ + ++ i 7 F Fr r7 i I i c L7 r ftif C TIi11i4The Richmond Climax J C CHE AULT1roprictorA D MILLER Buiines Man ger C E WOODS Editor WEDNESDAY FEB28 1000 POUUSIIKDKVKRYWKONRSDATBT The Climax Printing Co IMC1CK PKK YEAR 15O DEMOCRATS SEATED The state Election Commissioners Povnlz Fulton and Yontc on Monday evening declared the contests for all ate office below Lfc jGovernor In f vcr ol t he Deujjocrats and the latter at once were sW1rU InjCjrk of the Appellate CoUrtuSJ Shackelford or course tlie Republican officials dc clineil to vacate and more1 Injunction suits will follow Tho grounds for the ilecisiorfof the Commissioners is use of the militia by Bradley iu Louisville and tissue ballots in Johnson Martin and Magollin Alter throwing out the vote of thes four placesthe board summaries the vote ol the State showing an average Democratic majority of about 3000 JiLY 4 is the time and Kansas City Mo Is the place for the National Democratic Convention TIn only class of business men who ought to be opposed to the AntiCigar cite Bill is the undertakers A SPECIAL election has been called for March 5 to choose a successor for Senator from Kenton county Wm Goehel resigned OF course Taylor dots not recognize the legality of the Senate in ratifying its former action outting him from office A man who lives by the sword can not be expected to recognize the majesty of the law IF Goebol is elected he will never be allowed to take his seat are words uttered by a Republican in Madison county a week before the November election Pass the reward hill pass it and lot the guilty be brought to the gallows IF Mr Gilbert is unseated by the Republican Congress oa account of the alleged illegality of the redistricting the 8th District two venrs ago it would be but consistency fur the majority to turn out a dozen of its own members who hold their seats by similaiLejisla tive enactments A CONGKKSSIOXAL committee is try lug to find out what the words United States mean Nobody knows The time was wlTen every star in the flag representated a State hut If custom is to be changed and a star added forcer island the fltg will have to be enlarged a few hundred times THK tariff on white paper the tariff on wood pulp and the tariff on all ma twitil that goes into the manufacture of nevrppnpor must l e taken ofT to the end that the gPai jmper trust mny be uruijhtMl A tux on white paper iau tax on intoJIiKfnc a tax on civiliza jIll a tux on loiniing mil a tax on national advancement llox PBTEK MiIliimiw of Lincoln has introduced Itiii to make it un lawful for any judge to make a speech- or publish a cant advocating or op poiug any public measure or any can didate for otHee We will vote for the bill if he will amend same by adding And no United States Senator shall organize opposition to the laws of the land and talk of bloodshed and riot as- a means intimidating voters A FEW days before Goebel was cut down he declared to a friend John Sanford was a brave chivalrous gentleman His death wros brought about by men worse than cowards who stirred up the evil between us hurried with vhisp ied falsehoods to and fro and at last forced tile killing which I have never ceased to regret The same pack of cowardly hell hounds no two of whom will go into a roof with me 14k the door and try conclusions man to man are snapping at my heels now and plotting further trouble f r me h CFiBroweCo LEXINGTON KY There Is a Str ng Way of H Saying It B it we will content ourselves with the modest statement that it will be i Money In Your Purse to Visit y Our Store Now ITS SEASONABLF ITS WISE jaJfcJtGTJSTOMARY to eIearupOur stockat this season We have just fin iihed 6ur invoice and all tirough vthe various de partments we find broken lot3 short quantities and odd pieccsWe have grouped then on our first floor for special selli- ngC1FBmerCo1 I MAIS AND BROADWAY 11tptaJ Jf Xy ylrll7 j i = 4 IAORAZY negro appeared before Jud e of NIcholftsvillo asdsaid he had been elected Qovernor of Kentucky but needed no troops to maintain Ills position as the people could be trusted to do the right thing He was sent to the asylum but he evjdenlaly knew more about some things than usurper Taylor Winchester Democrat TilE Republicans in the Legislature by uttempting to defeat the reward bill only add to the infamy already at taching to that party attitude since Goebels Assassination Mr Taylor lost the opportunity of his life by re fusing to offer a reward fur Uoebels Slayer and the Republican members of the House are following in his foot steps JIM ALLEN of the Cyuthlana Demo crat perpetrates the following How would it do to get out an Injunction against everybody on both tides to restrain them from getting out any more injunctions against anybody Taylor is like an old fool settin hen The Democrats have been putting rocks and sticks and door knobs and a little of everything else under him but he just keeps ou settin there What will ho batch WE have this to say 61 George Wash ington who was a gentleman a states man and a patriot If he could rise from the dead with the assurance that be might live forever only to see the President with hat in hand standing before tho door of the British minister asking for Englands permission to dig the Nicraragua canal to witness the degradation of our army forced to shoot civilization into the Filipinos to see the Senate filled with millionaires who have bribed Legislatures to elect them to awaken to a realization that this beloved country has put the dollar above tire man and in countless other ways has strayed from the simple honest faith of the fathers if George Washing tons eyes opened on such a scene he wouldclimb to the top of the shaft that bears his name and stepping off into space would end his unhappy ex istence Dan E OSullivan in Louis ville News JUDGE J M BEVTON of Winchester hoist Billy Breckinridge on his own petard in the latters paper by answering Breckinrulges query What Tho Democrats Would Do Judge Bent answers the questjon entirely too satisfactorily to suit the questioner and we publish his reply on our last page As a matter iif fact Democracy has never nominated for Governor a man destitute of respect for the law No one who was not mentally mor ally and politically infamous could have mediated upon touch less pursued the course which Taylor has followed from the moment Air Goehel was assassinated in his presence if not at his instance Among all the troubles that surround her Kentucky has reason for congratu lation in the assurance now certain that she has escaped the calamity which an administration controlled by such a creature for four years would inevitably bring upon her IT is reported that Hon James Au drew Scott of Frankfort repudiates tFie fence Conference hold some weeks ago at Louisville which adopted resolutions that were of decided advantage to the Democrat and which if Taylor had not hacked down would have eh lured a speedy and peaceful solution of our political difficulties We are unable to see how Mr Scotts repudia tion affects the action of such n body of representative Democrats as Governor Deckhatn Joe Blackburn James B Mcbreary and others Mr Goebels mantle fell on no body in particular unless it was Cripps Beckham and as for special beneficiaries of the martyr Governors death it is time enough yet to think of candidates Let the present difficulties be solved before inviting additional ones The men who aspire to Gubernatorial honors from Democracy need not advertise them selves in advances By their works in this crisis will their fitness be judged The people will do the rest NO HOPE IN THE COURTS FOR REPUB LICANS fditoria1 LQulnllle News Rep It is fortunate for both Democrats and Republicans that it has been agreed to submit the question of who is gov ernor of Kentucky to Judge Emmett Field It appeals this vital question from a mob of vicious politicans to one of the purest fairest and shiest men on the bench Whatever his decision may be no or e will question Its fairness Judge Field Is a strong party man but he has never had to drag his ermine in the gutter to prove his loyal tyUnfortunately for the Republicans an honest Judge must construe a dig honest law as if it had the wisdom and sacredness of divino authority No matter what wrongsit may sanction and what robberies are committed up rtits protection be must confine hlmselt to an opinion sto its legality The Democrats have done everything possible to cure whatever defect may have existed in the two elections of Gee bel and Beckham If they have followed the prm of law there is nothing left for Judge Field to do under the Goe bel law which has been pronounced constitutional by the Court of Appeals but to decide that Taylor and Marshall hays been removed Republicans might as well prepare for the inevitable WRITTEN BEFORE GOEBEL WAS SHOT Editorials from Loui TlIle Commercial Sep Judge T Z Morrow who stands do ervedly high as a citizen in Kentucky and whom no man exceeds in Influence in Republican councils is reported as Bayltigthat if the contest over the gov eniorsbip Is decided by the Legislature in favor of the Democratic claimant there is nothing to do buttp submit to the decisions that the contest is being conducted according to the forms of Ilaw and that legally constituted authorities must be obeyed and that if the decision of the Legislature shall be against them the Bepubllcans would better acquiesce than to resort to JIOfitlonlrhlsby Hon Alex K mphrey of this city of counsel for the Republican candi dates before the State oard of Elec tion Commissioners So if the forms of law are to be more respected than justice the contest over the governorship should henceforth proceed right merrily If government by the people may be lawfully over turned by a state legislature and we aal1 for the supremacy of the law whats the use of making long story of this tioebelBlackbarn revolution Why sfcoald Gov Taytec delay abowt packinghfstraps NothwJtbaandig this reliMrtaatiy given advice GOINI wail killed d- laW tlw tkfledi l Ww Ki b t l 1 5 ittIM T 2H MlIItHM1iJ KENTUCKY The Ci MAX pHblirfes on Us lastpage the list pf 114 clUny of Howard county M9who subscribed 114 to the Monqment Fund Many of these generous hearted patriotic people were born In Kentucky while the ancestors of most of them came from this State The list is full of Ken tucky names headed by Dr C O Lewis who circulated the peti- tionPSONAL Miss Mario Rodgers is in New York Mr J IL Dykes was In Winchester on Monday Mr Julio Tnrley was at Georgetown last Thursday Mrs D M Lackey of Lancaster was hese last week Dr A II Stewart returned on Sun day from Frankfurt Mrs O J Collins motherof Sheriff Colyer his been quite ill Mrs Comic Clay has returned to Cincinnati after a visit here Mr Chas T Chenanlt came over from Winchester on Saturday Miss Bethenia McCord of Hamilton College was at home last week Miss Florence Myers of Stanford is visiting Miss Minva Parke Phelps Miss Julia Higgins is the guest of Miss Susan McRoberts at Danville Gov Ed Powell has been confined to his home by illness for sevetal days Mr and Mrs B J Clay will probable leave this week for Paris France- Mrs Annie Phelps Cobb ofStanford was the guest of friends hero last week Mr and Mrs Chas K OWham of Mt Sterling visited friends here last weekMiss Bessie Banghman is at home from a visit to Mrs John Feeny Jr at Paris prettylittlePine Grove Mrs Lewis Johnstone of Woodford came over last week to visit hersister Mrs C D Chenault Mrs Lon Elgin of Georgetown is visiting Mrs H G Turner Mr Turner is at Nichoasville Mrs Alice Bronston Oldham of Lex ington was the guest of Mrs U G Prewitt last week Mrs W G Goucherof Nicholasville was welcomed to Richmond by numer ous friends last Friday visitinghered on Monday to Staunton Va Mr and Mrs L P Todd will move to Cincinnati where the former has obtained a position in a large store Mr E V Elder goes to New York on Monday to renew his stock of spring goods Watch his ad for bargains Mr Harris Goucher of Ford was here Sunday He will probably be manager of the W U office at Versail ics loliddeliguests of Mr and Mrs B L Middelton for a week Miss Jessie Hliorer who has been the charming guest of Misses Nettle Rhorer and Frankie Marsh has returned to Middlesboro Mrs I V Steenbergen returned to Point Pleasant W Vaon Friday after a delightful visit to her parents Mr and Mrs WK Denny the RevJ W Tyler and family were visiting friends here the latter part of last week They are at Rich mond for the present Anderson News Messrs Ed Mitchell and John Stofer of Ml Sterling spent Sunday at Dreaming Creek Heights guests of Misses Minva Park Phelps and Florence MyersAmong those from this county OOwsleyMiss Do vie Letcher and Mr W L CrutcherThe Club will meet to morrow night at 7 oclock In the office of Hon R Harris Crooke in the Mob PortoRican washeregirlsStanfordJournal Allen H Zaring Messrs Davis and Anderson of In diana were the guests of Misses Terrill several days last week They entertained most delightfully monday even lug in their honor Mr Harry B Hanger retured last week from Michigan to find the weather quite as winterish here as in the Wolverjne State He is now in Chicago for a few days Messrs Wm Bennett Jouis Neale Jeptha Chenault John Turley John McClintock and Joe Boggs were amon those who attended the Woodward Sbanklin horse sale at Lexington- As announced last week Mr N V andjdiasElsiened yesterday in New YorK They will make their home at Mrs Thomas Thorpes on High street Mrs Wm Yagee and small son of PhelpsBrightguests of Mr and Mrs Thomas Phelps the past week Mrs Yagee was the beautiful Miss Mary McKinney engravedinMr and Mrs Turley request the pleasure of company- on Friday evening March ninth at seventhirty oclock Green B Tnrley Nannie Adam They will summon one of the largest gatherings of friends ever assembled upon a similar occasion in Madison county Mrs Charles H Rodes entertained handsomelyVednestlayafternoonin man rereived with Mrs Rhodes and Miss Bnrnam The reception was in thorough keeping with the elegance which usually characterizes these de Ughtful afternoons in Danville Danville Advocate The Chafing Dish Club met last Fri day with Was Florrie Chenault at the residence of Mr and Mrs H B presentMissesSusan Hume Mary Little Kit Chen JoeChlJnaultAlex Logan Lewis Herrington Thro Vllattiara Miss Mollie Fife who has been visiting In Fayette Mo sends us a copy of the DemocratLeader of that city con tamIng a column pccnunt of a remark able public meeting held thrre by riti zens irrespective of p rtyto conLlmn the of Wm Gofbel On lide page today the CLIMAX pub linhes the name of 114 men there who subscribed 114 to be applied to the Kentucky fund to erect a monument to the martyred Governor We recall the fact here and now that Miss Fife was the original Goebel supporter of Madison unty her advocacy of his candidacy antedating that of any other citizen here Miss Viola Millions many friends will be more or less surprised to bear of her engagement to be married on Thursday Marsh 8 to Mr Robert E Adams a wellknown graduate of Central University In 1898 The ceremony will be taking place at the real dence of the brides mother Mrs A T cityRevbrid elect Ii one of the moat pand beantifUl young ladies In Mad le- onnivUfe 3 i for her mny- gradfM1nd hwrt and pwseo Mr A dam Ve recall was aJ8derln rol l ffHr modfrti tHTrint hl6ftaMMwgfD = X1I41Mbd 1 bssWN III y J The fBest is tlzeClzeapest Experience teaches that good clothes wear longest good food gives best nutrition anda good medicine that cures disease is naturally the best and cheapest Hoods SarszpariUa is the best meal cine money can Buy because it cures when all others fail Poor Health Hd poor hulih for years pms in shoatders back and taps vdth cwisinl headache nervousness And ao appetite Used Hoofs Sarsapiritt gained strength andon verA hard ill day cat heartily andsleep weL Hook if because it helped my htuband to whom if gave strength Mrs E J Giffets those Lake Mow S 1 Hoedi cure liver ills the nonlrrlutlrur ana nil cathartic to take ulth Hood Sarn rllb RELIGIOUS Rey Mr Ryalls of Trenton Tenn the new pastor of the Richmond Bap tlstchnrch is delighting his congrega tions with his sermons and socially is a very pleasant companionable man Mr Ryalls wife and two clllldren occu py theSuilivan residence near Dr G W Evans on North street MARRIED HiiirMcLiiN3 At Berea Wednes day last Miss Mary Mullinsand Mr S E Hill of Ruthton were united in marriage HOQHESSPESCER At Bereaon Tuesday of last week Miss Minnie Spencer and Mr Isaac Hughes of Sturgeon Jackson county were made man anti wifeDOUBLE WEDDING The Rev T S Hubert bad the pleasure of officiating at a double wedding at the Gait House last Wednesday The contracting par ties were Mr Jas H Condor and Miss Bessie Langford and Mr D 6 Jeffries and Miss Llllie Coffee all of the Cam den community Anderson News TODDDODD The wedding of Mr W E Todd ot Fayette county and Miss Alice Dodd of Walnut Hills is announced to take place in the parlors of the Phoenix Hotel at Lexington today Mr Todd is a brother of Mr R L Todd of this city and a prosperous young farmer while his bride is a daughter of Mr and Mrs J C Dodda wealthy farmer of Walnut Hills With a host of friends we join in congratulations BIRTHS WM GOKBEL HAMILTON Mr James T Hamilton a popular candidate for County Clerk is rejoicing over the ar rival of a boy at his house on Mondav February 26 Name Wm Goebel DEATHS REEVES John Beeves aged 19 son ot Wm Reeves died at Union City on February 2- 3JonNsoP B Johnson of Berea died last Tuesday aged 58 after a pro tracted illness KELLErHode W L Kelleya well known citizen of Clays Ferry locality aged about 35 years died on Friday and was buried in the Richmond ceme terySrawirrAt lila home near Clay City Powell county on February 0 Martin W Stewart aged 97 years Deceased was a grandfather of Mrs Adam Green of this city- TURNERMisa Turneraged 30 years who formerly lived with the family of Congrave Green died at the home of John Eads near Union Cityateral painful Illness of pneumonia The Show of The Season By Local Talent Tho dearth of entertainments this season by local talent will be compensated by the Grand Oriental Enter tainment to be given at the Court House on Tuesday next March 6 About 40 Richmond young ladies and gentlemen boys antigirls will take part in the exhibition which is in charge of Prof PA Behannepey a native Turk who carries a 5000 wardrobo of costumes suitable to the characters impersonated by our home talent par ticipating The following is the pro gramme LectureIllustrated by 40 living char acters in native costume LIVING REPBODUCTIOSS Settled and Pastoral Arabs Their manners customs and costumerillus trative of patriarchal life Pious language otthe orientals Pro fuse and elaborate salutions explana tory of Salute no Man by tho way Harjrest scene 4Two yrbmen shall be grinding at the mill Egyptian brickmaker arid water car rier Representing Hebrew bondage in Egypt Galilean Shepherd Oriental haremPicturing lagars extremity The Lebanon soldier and waWhmah This feudal nobility of the orient r Orcntal bride and bridegroom Oriental marriage ceremony tWedding feast of cans Tho Asiatic school Armenian massacres Tnrkjsh tyran nyand the sword of Mohammed The howling Turkish dervish Moharpmedau call to prayer f The famous dervish prayrWith vain rcpetitipnsf for hey think that they shall be beard for their much speak rlg CHARACTERS Shelf ElArab BedulaWoun Kurdish Chief Kardi h Woman Syrian Ameer Syrian L 1bfJlank Armenian m n Armenian Woman Egyptian WatczCarrierEgyptlaaJVoman r ofi Mohammedan Derrlak Asia Greek Priest TuikirfiLady Jewish Rabbi 61 3enu OrneUb Lady stem Jiarosliiah Ladr lofjlethlLebaDOn80tOriental Bride Orieatal Fortnae Teller OnentatBride DsmascerA BEHANNK8KY Arabian Boy Arabian flirt Armenian Boy Armealan Girl Syrian Boy 8yiran Girl Egyptian Boy Egyptian Girt Turkish Boy fah GIrt Kurdish Boy Kurd t Girl Druelah Bar Draelih Girl 0141JewIahBoyPkllaheen Boy It should be remembered that allof the above characteni will be fraper sonated by our home boys and girls andattired Its oriental costumes thefr charms will be enhanced to a degree making this a notable exhiMtlcw Prof Bebaanesey comes hih11com meaded by prellland puj an attr examing his crdetkls tiiaCWxLx gnbltMily eomnipds the entl4 BKh aod ite enthtwbWt in ht- a mlltloM ptrpoM W Ml AdmIU IO O gi4 7M I jrUM1 I c a A J1n OrLfli ii I will fillany pr1er foron atthe jewylinecity 8electeiljMrom a Vl b o tt7 logue 9 mAl hSveSherehvA8 v igro Kespectfullv jan3lyr 1J ARMER A Silver Jubilee Offering One of the rapidly growing religious bodies of the eoulttr if tho Christian church pometlries ltnfrwnnrfrhe Din ciptes of Christ They iiumber 1118I 000 in thiitcountry4aniliuadolnganh- astycarof more tItan forty thousand in their membership This church is doln a very exen fiitfe work in foreign lands as well as in our own country Tile Foreign Society of thin Christian church has planted successful missions in Japan China India Turkey Africa Denhiark Sweden Norway and Cuba Their missionaries will also soon sail for the Hawaiian Islands and the Philippine Islands They now have 229 mission aries in different foreign lauds This foreign work is oi ly twentyfour years old The Society was organize in 1875 This is the Silver Jubilee Year The Foreign Society has asked all the con gregations of this religious body for a Silver Jubilee Offering the first Sun day in March It is expecting and no doubt will receive 200000 this year Last year its receipts amounted totI52 000 The Christian church of this1o cality will doubtless do its full duty in raising the 200000 Captain Williams of Iowa Chaplain of the Fiftysixth Regiment of theUni ted States Army at Manila Philippine countrylenthusilUllic poets of that distant land lie had been appointed a missionary to Manila and in company with other miSsionaries will sail soon One gentleman of the Christian church proposestogive 5000 for this special purpose and has al ready given 5000 to plant a mission in the Hawaiian Islands Speaking ot the Christian church and this part of its work reminds us of the National Convention held in Cincinnati last October The attendance was something phenomenal There were fully 15000 present the greatest attend ance of any ono religious body lathe history of our country It opened the eyes of the smoky old town of Cincinnati and made her realize that there was something going on in the world besides the beer business Lady Passenger Subdues a Drunken Soldier Mrs Lewis Johnstone of Ft Jarrett Woodford county on her way to this city brought aboistrous soldier to tears and his senses one day last week and probably averted serious trouble be tween the soldier and conductor on the train At Nicholasville among the pas sengers who boarded the train was are turned veteran of the Philippine war en route to his home Jn eastern Ken tacky He bore eyidence of the hardships ho had endured but whatever traces of respectability he once posses sed were obliterated bythe hard life he had been leading to which strong drink had added its full quotaof demor illzation He was drunk and disorderly and as our informant says when the conductor remonstrated with him the soldier resented the interference with his liberties and drew a pistol on Capt Pates Now while the Captain is a quiet citi zen and altogether aimiable in times of peace he can kick up as much dust as anyone when his rights are trampled upon or the ordinary rules of decorum are set at defiance by restive riotous roustabouts Here wsan emergency and Captain Pates politely stretched his insubordinate passenger out on the floor disarmed him and walked into the baggage carpresumably to allow the blue coat to cool off and recover from his surpriseIt here that a ladys nerve came to the rescue and quite probable it is that she prevented a tragedy As soon as Capt Pates left the car the soldier Opened his valise and took out his razor which he secreted up his sleeve and stationed himself in the seat near the door The passengers saw the move and knew that the man was bent on as saulting the conductor who wogld probably be attacked without warning and cut to pieces by the enraged so dice The suspense was unbearable to the specatore but no one had the aKe to stir Finally Mrs Johnstone wile is a lady of medium stature anti hot physically strong enough to stav the murderous hand had ii beea raised to deal the blow his mind perhaps had planned However she lay her hand upon the mans sho lderandashis blurred eyes met hers she asked What do you mean to do give infe that razor instantly arcni you ashamed A soldier returning home mother awaiting him and he Is drunk and planning murder what would your mother say if she saw brJong air sent boy today This rapidfire of interrogatories reached tho mark and tho fellow though in a maudlin state was man enough to realize the truth that u frail woman dared to tell him Bin tears stole into his eyes whence 1 the flerfdish fire had fledand he sobbed aloud at the mention of Mother and Home Give me that razor and promise me you will be good and yen u niJyet reach home with liberty arid I am a gentleman he staiii mcred and out from liiasl eve he took the gleaming steel and handed it ove- rtttliohady looking mm the object of pity henberorohohadstrnck atnumphQ blooltlelSloIctoryf UNION OITY tMuch sickness IS reported nand about7 our town Capt Ferrill will cry jJieGfW sale College Hill Saturday Dr Taylor Ferrill will arrive Thorn day from Georgetown spend a few days with his parents Miss Mattie Ferrili spent Satnrdny and Sunday with her armt JirsA T Clieaa ft near Richmonl During the extreme cold weather arid deep snow the boys and girls had a fine time sleigh ridlngand skiitiugl- Mr W 0 ParJsh a bnsthessman of Clark Ount JsexpeclelFoverspo to tie the guest of friends hero All will him a warm velcomo to his old home nevpT O Ectoh and J TV ijtamper pI GcorgetpWBc were given awiirnrwel coma b many friends heref Re- vStier preached in Kev Ettona place Thta ia hia firsi visit since lie came on a big rajeellnp herein the falU Miss Mattie Forrill one of UaidaV be tewa xivena warm weljouwto onquotoamJoWI She was enteined iaad 1rj11Jeaiew MI It JMft t4Mtf wM sy1 I L u 11 IIIt Etiih 011 lckl tVtrJ tila lId if i prnand1fiedblfall Uriels arbr 3ce here and cannot be had at any price Mrs John Smith of Wildie was vis Jing the family of Mrs Barton last week The many friends of Mr GT Smith nd Miss Birdella Barton Avero cur irised to hear of their marriage which occurred in Richmond February Ulttliorwulonce Bev4 WmCrow Only a few immediate friends were in at tendance The groom is a valued em of the L N railroad and in known to be a young man of sterling qualities The bride is one of Mail sons laireflt daughters and is noted for her many accomplishments and endear joinInlife aJsmall BaI fICII BTocaIdiions as tlleycatl11bt retth t diBcaseH portion of the ear There ISooly cure deafness ant that isbjfcbnstltutional remedies Dfl fness by an con rtUjon off the iiQUuMlinlnJ of the Eustachian Tube When this tube gets inflamed you have a rumbling sound 01 Imperfocthoarinjr anti when it is en tirely closed deafness is the result and unless the inflamation can he taken out and this tube restored to its nor nial condition hearing wIll be destroy ed forover nine Cafes out of ten sri caused by catarrh which is nothing but an inflamedeondjtionoftiiemueow surfaces We will give 0ne Hundred Dollars for an case of deafness caused by- catarrh that cannot be cured by halls Catarrh Cure Send for circulars free F J CHENEY CO Toledo 0 Sold by dniEgistp 75 cents Halls Family Pills arc the best 1m When a man marries the second time peopleaU recall the nice things he saul about Mi first wife while ho was a widower LETCHER WITT TELEPHONE 142 BEST JELLICO COAL PEEDSalt Sand Lime Cement Shipstuff Bluegrass Jc STORAGE fi Tic Bsjolc RING U Uf Your tiain== Our Loss THATS WHAT OUR GR- ANDCL1ARANCE SALEOF BOOTS AND SHOES 1v1E6 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 LargeSpringTHEY GO Regular Price Reduced To Mens Boots NewStock3 002 00 Mens Boots New Stock eo 2 00 150 Mens Bootees Very Fine 5 00 4 00 Mens Bootees Very Fine 4 00 3 00 Ladies Fine Shoes TIptoStyle 3 00 2 00 Ladies FineShoes Beauties 200 1 50 Mens Tan and Box Calf Latest Styles 3 50 2 50 Mens Tan and Box Calf Latest Styles 3 00 2 25 Every thing in the Shoe line reduced in price Your chance to save SALE NOW IN PROGRESS jJJIA Bed to Die In A Coffin to Lie In A Carpet to Walk Onr A Chair to HiCiGk On A Table to Eat On A Sofa to Sit On A thoisand other pieces of Eurn iture such as WRITING DESKS IOLP ING BEDSt i f VBOOlr CASES s CHINA CLOSETS 0 HATflAoKsj4 t i EtcCj Wall Paper Picture Erames Ot tomans and other firstclass articles W S OIJHAISSOCCE- SSIK TO 116 aSTAR t KAI Lay Phone T6 v viirht 136 eF4DReFE- BRUARYAND MARCH 8 REDUCTION IN WINTER GOODS Save your spare change come in and make a purchase You will go home rejoicing at the BARGAINS given here We have quite a lot of Canton Flannels and Outings which must be SpringLinesreceived We will sell at a SACRIFICE Ladies and Mens Underwear Flenty of Cold Weather Yet Ladies Ribbed Fleectd Lined Hose 25c now 19c Ladies Ribbed Wool Hose 20c now 15c Fascinators 20c now 15c 25c now 19c 50c now 39c Infants and Childrens Hoods allwool and lined 25c now 19c Ladies Hoods allwool and lined 50c now 39c Baby trimmingsGOcBaby Cloaks all lined and fur trimming 80c now 60c Baby Cloaks all lined and fur trimming 125 now 99c Comforts 110 now 89c 185 now 149 400 vow 299 AllwoorBlankets 400 now 299 Mens Caps SOc now 39c MensDuck Coats all lined 9Sc now DOe Mens Duck Coats all lined 150 now 135 Mens Hartford Boots 325 now 275 Mens Artics 125 now 99c Ladies Arties 90c now 69c An over stock in Handkerchiefs will compel us to run them out at a low mar gin We have a fey Suits of Clothing which we are selling at FIRST COST clothingWe Remember Clarks Thread 3 Spools for 10c and lookout for our Spring Add OWEN MKEE t STOCK TAIIN IS NOW OVER And it revealed the fact that we have a numbei of remnants which will be sold at half of the former price Our REMNANT COUNT GE is full of short lengths and at prices thai 3will 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 lOc Ladies Fine Cashmere Hose worth 50c at 39c Ladies Fine Cashmeie Hose worth lOco at 25c Ladies Fine Fleeced Line Hose worth 50cat39c Ladies Fleeced Line Hose worth 40c at 25c 75 pairs of Infants Wool Hose worth 10 and 15c at 5c 100 pairs of Mens and BPs Wool Hose worth 225c at 15c B1koak Rcnucd There are several sorts of critics Thos who pick flaws in everything Destroy be cause they cannot build Those who look through biased glasses and those who basE conclusions on ascertained facts Critics who deal in facts say Elders Dress Good are the bestrichest selection offered C16s fashions dictate and invariably selling at prices less than most stores charge for goods of same quality 2 50 Silk and Wool Crepons at 1 25 2 00 Silk and Wool Crepons at 1 00 1 50 Silk and Wool Crepons at 75c 1 00 Silk and Wool Crepons at GOc 75c Silk and Wool Crepons at 45c Our line of Black Dress Goods at 25 29 35 45 50rt55 75c and lcamwt be equalled in values and matchless prices Linings 5 to 35c per yd Rugs Carpets Mattings and Floor Oil Cloths Rug Carpet Matting and Floor Oil Cloth gelling is getting to be a more and more important of our business You appreciate our methods The stock that might have been counted ample looks small now and wi relentless sell oft straggling lots to admit full lines Come and Inspect ou stock Prices will please you Look at what we have I SPECIAL OFFERINGS In nr DRESS GODS TRI MrnGS UNDERWEAR HOSIERY CORSETS THIS SUITSLINneverything you need and on Paper Patterns we can save you from 5 to 2 cents on a single pattern and the Best in the market at that Sample cheerfully sent on application IMens odd Pants Soc IOOV2SIJiOiCOiBO and biiUimnUO tens and Boys Suits at greatly reduce prices CORSETS It OLongValst 5100 R k G Short SUOi Nor uwlIlk 60c Rob Roy Dr Nossah Cresco Si Armo sideS Our Bet Corset 25c BazanuaijliDKSyiTJ DTfPDUG a complete stock Can we not interest you lhilIaCOl and IMIlMIeripUdu are taken at our counter for ace per annum Including a Tree pattern McCalls for February is hero 9Onr stock of Notions Tinware Gloves ne are complete India TJn ess Sen p Laces 5c per dozen np Lace Curtains 39c to 5 Mali orders promptly attended to On receipt of a Postal Card asking for one we will mail our FahloaSheeU to any address Wishing oc new friend as well as old friends a happy and prosperous New Year and thanking then Jiepectfuily Sot future as for pact savors SulJJftited to Cash Trade E V ELDER The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY FEB 28 1000 A Meritorious Production To Goebels Slayer For the Cl malIStruck down by an assinslnl While struggling ror therlght When victory hovered oer hlmj When be well liad non the fight felled not by bold and tearIeie Rut by the craven hand jip1 Of oue who stooped to do the thing A murderous wanton planned Never on lifes battlefield Fell ono more true and brave Than Ue who by hidden coward UIn Sleeps in his honored grave A jInEver their filend he steadfast stood Their cause to vindicate The dastard deed and they so vile Who dared lo point the crime have filled the space on the darkest paje In the record of our time lint ever will a martyr blood Wake champions for his cause Tuth rises in her spotless robes Justice with cbangelss Jaws GlUT Bluegrasa seed for sale at Lelcher l Witts near L N depot Telephone IK 14feblm The watertank attached to the stove in Mi E B Humes kitchen ex ploded Versailles has a coal famine and 15 vents a bushel IS asked for the Black Diamond The Quarterly Court now in session ill make allowance for claims against the county Our Whites Station poet incites Mime verses to the martyr Governor ioebel See first page We have tint been able to finda better plow than the Oliver so wo still anthem D B SIMCKELFORD Co- 2Sfeb2t When a dealer tells you he has a plow judtlike or as good as the Oliver h is joking D B SIIACKELFORD Co L8feh2t If you have any oak ash poplaror walnut logs or trees and wish to sell theta for cash write or call on ROY SOPKU Co novSO Cm Nicholasville Ky Eight room house newly painted and papered nib good stable and gar drii for rent Apply to 2Sieb2t D B SiiACKELFOr The Christians will be at the Lexington Opera House Friday and Saturday nights and Saturday matinee March 2 and 3 See notice elsewhere Have you seen P B Shackelford A Co s line of GraiiittWHre If you have not look in their window and then call in and examine it 2Sfob2t Mv guarantee is that every Suit of lollies shall give perfect satisfaction Infore leaving the shop I do not irlmrge fur clothes that do not fit CHAS JACOBS fub21tf The Tailor Something new in Mens Clothing it Chins Jacobs lie has the finest igsuitiuont of Mitnplps ever brought to Itichnumd His prices arc the lowest and uoods the tot Call and investigate feb2ltf As eastern pupors of both parties view the Kentucky situation is set firtli on our first page Those who uld see through the eyes of others hliuuld read these extracts carefully c 11Iel ted for the ULUIAX You sue winter is still with us We have 2 Moore Air Tights IUIlt2 Radiant liouies on the floor and tvfew plain Heaters we will sell at cost to maker om for spring goods 28ftI2t D BSiiACKELFOnixfcCo Great opKituuily offered to good reliable men Salary of 15 per week and expenses for man with rig lo introduce our Poultry Mixture and Insect Destroyer in the COWl try Send stamp American Mfa Co Terre Haute hid- 28febly Agents on salarv of SI5 per week and expenses the gcnates agent seller trer produced every stock and poultry rnier buys it on sight Hiisilers nant eI Reference Aililrofi3 with stump American Mfc Co lena Hiiiite Ind 23ftbiy James Moorewjio fell from a treo near Kenick nojia time ago and broke Ills leg so badly that ihi hones protrud ed ihiough the hkin has about recover and lint returned to hiit home near IuylHnvjtle Madison county Win theater Democrat TliOFe ttlii III 11ttofwo Married Mei at Mie opera lious next Friday night will miss H good laugh for then no play on the toad today that id quite so funny lilt Tw Married Men It you have the Mues and want te i get ril of them go and fee Two Married Mn There are many ppeciultieu and tle action of the play is always fast nisI furious so that before out realizes p the evening in over tim cm tin is dtiwli and you laitgji on the way home and keep on laughing until you go to BieepEnlirp lower lloor 50 eta Balcony 14 1lltsl cs Biileony kids 2icts LerlngtonrJiibte and Saturday matinee March 28 frothIrainatjca there this season and the tnanagemenl ives the assurance that its advent there will be characterized with the ame magnifiwnt stage mountIngs properties costumes electrical effects and other elaborate accessories which ThietThristtanIn the former city it plajed for 22 con Hutive week to an aggregate of 225 XX exceeding by many thousands of dollars any heretofore big business 1layed to and hy any attraction at the juno prices The C O railroad will wake a half rate for tho matinee Madison Coming Forward Handsomely Ono member of the Madison County fioebel Monument Fund Mr J H Kennedy has collected even 100 Others are doing their part nobly New and True Dentists who extract teeth because they ache should go to school and learn how they should be treated iir Hob- son next door to Government BuIld lag Richmond Ky jnlOtf Boyle County Goebel Fund Boyle county so far has raised J250 for the Goebel Monument Fund and more will be contributed Capt E W Lillard le Chairman of the County Committee to solicit contributions Bought a Residence Mr Henry K Pickels bought the residence of Judge French Tipton on Broadway for 1800 and will move thither about March 1 This is one of the many pretty houses on Broadway Revenue Assignments On March 1 Judge French Tipton will be under assignment at Silver Creek Mr T C Adams will move to Richmond from Foxtown and succeed Judge Tipton as General Storekeeper Gauger with headquarters at the Government building Assaulted a Lady Yesterday Sheriff Colyer received a telegram from Lee Shearer at Million asking him to send officers at once that the wife of Haman Million had been assaulted by Doc Lowry a tenant on Millions place and it man of family Hainan Million and Lowry came to Richmond on Monday to attendcourt aud the former remained over night here sending Lowry back to attend to the feeding of stock Nothing further is known at this writing except the contents of the telegram Mrs Million is a lady about 02 years of age and was before her marriage Miss Cordie Lay daughter of Joel Lay ofinear Million At 4 p m a telegram announced that several hundred men are scouring time country for Lowery who was traced to Valley View and there lost sight of temporarily it is hoped Dr Henry McDonald Comes to Kentucky The return of HeY Dr Henry Mc Donald of Atlanta to Kentucky is of great interest to Richmond friends of that eminent Baptist divine He has accepted a call irom the church at Blicibyvillc Ky Dr McDonaldcame to this country from Ireland when 1C years of age lIe was a Roman Catho lie but became c devout member of the Baptist church of which he is now a distinguished pastor He preached first at Greensburg Kv for ten years where ho hail taught school Hero he married Miss Martha Harding whose father was a Congressman Dr Mc Donald afterwards served the churche at Danville Georgetown and Rich mond From this city lie was called to the Second Baptist church at Atlanta and his 13 years work there is summed up in these words from the Atlanta Constitution The man who can successfully fill his place is a public benefactor in a human eense equally with his religious office in an ecclesiastical sense Richmond Day Preaching to the Indians Rev James M Cornclison C U 96 son of Mr Howard Coinelison of this county is engaged in mission work among tho Indians Tho Occident a Presbyterian paper of San Francisco says The Umatilla Indian church is arranging to improve its property AlI ready a church building and parsonage are constructed but some repairs are necessary These will be made at once a new built shade trees planted grass seed HOWII and H well sunk It is hoped that the services of an Indian preacher may be secured soon Mr Cornslison the missionary to the three tribes on tho Uuiatilia Reservation is inuking excollent progress in the language Already ho has begun lo preach Ho has built a small cloth roofed cabin near one of the elders and is busy with study The church at Pendleton presents a very neat appear ance since it was renovated Pastor Buchanan has the work well in hand The academy has broken all previous records More then 170 students are nowenrolled What to do with the students is a serious problem because of lack of room Hero is an excelltnt place to expend SWOOO for suitable academic buildings lSweeping Reduction IN WlWiUYBiwUwlMjHliU vy Unnerwe r Having bought our stock for spring before tho A death of Mr Mitchell and the partnership having w to be closed we will begin at once to sell every lthing HEAVY GOODS r A at PRICESLOWER THAN WAS EVER SOLD cjIN THIS TOWN BEFORE This is no catch ads V a bonafide bargain in every article offered lens and Boys Suits and Overcoats Mens Shoes and Underwear If you dont need the goods now it will pay you fto buy for next winter as the prices we will make V 1will be less ttiaii the same goods can be bought from tel the manufacturers v t- t COME AND GET PRI- O13SCOviflgtOflMitCheIi w e bnb pCi i = j Pofswlt fre-I have for sale four pairs of Peafowl at 5 pr pair Apply to J T Ertill Elltill Ky 26feb4w Lest tne largegold breast pin with gentle mans pietuee enclosed A liberal reward will be paid for return of same to ibis office f b21tf WeslP UitCa4el Awflinted CongresBrnam Gilbert has desiRn ted Alva S Lillard of Jessamino connty for appointment aaCndet at West point EphLillardary Three ef Our BOys At least three of our boys in the Pull ippino war are accounted for two being hortdv combat and the other Will Ryan died at sea Claude Stone and Butch Duncan are in the hospital at Mqnila Oscar Osburn Sentenced lojhe Pen Oscar Oubnrn whose nrrent by a U S Marshall in Irvine two weeks ago waa reported in the CLIMAX was sentenced in the Federal Court at Louisville Thursday to three years in Ihe Nash ville penitentiary O bum passed a bill fraudulently raised from 1 to 10 Cupid Playing Havoc Among the School Marm- sSuperintendent Wagers we under stand has statistIcs showing that while illness has carried off but one of his teachers Cupid had entrapped an even dozen since the schools closed three months ago And still there are more to follow Good Prices For Trollers trottinchorsehorses were fold 230 of which brought over 100 each an average of 273 being realized Cwo brought over t1- 00King Velasco bringing that tlmreiand Poindexter exceedingly satisfactoryI Pantagraph Prosperity Below we give two items from yesterdays Pantagraph This ie an editorial The fanner has enjoyed the fruits of the prosperity prices and surely he must not be in the the calamity class These are news items on an opposite pageCorn 50 cents per busheljWheat selling at 6ff cents Of course the farmer is rejoicingI Winchester Court J A Ramsey reports about 500 cattle on the market 5 eta was asked for good 1100 Ibt feeders but no sales at that price 28 1000 lb good feeders withdrawn at 485 small lot good steer calves brought 21 one lot of 500 lbI heifers 20 one lot light heifers 1350 one lot heifer calves 14 The cattle of fered were of a better grade than nsualj but buyers and sellers were from U to 3 cents apartJGreat Anxiety About These Mrs Matt Cohen is lingering at deaths door Surgeons at 8 oclock yesterday morning said there was but one chance for life Miss Geneva E Moberley has hovered between life and death for sevenI tytwo hours but at S oclock yesterday morning her condition had changed slightly for the better Mrs Wm B Smith is quite ill at her home on the Summit Mal Gen Poynlz Appoints Miss Pointer Miss Phil Pointer of Owensboro basI been chosen by Maj Gen JMPoyntz or Richmond commanding the Kentucky Division of the United Confeder ate Veterans as sponsor for the Dlvi sion to be held in Louisville in May She is the daughter of the late PhilI Pointer who was a gallant soldier ofI the Orphan Brigade and is said to- be an accomplished young woman and has many friends throughoutthe Statet Men Wan ledIJust as the young ladies of Madison Institute filed into the chapel of CenI tral University on Friday night to witI ness the oratorical contest one of tbeI speakers was in the midst of his oration aud bawled out Men are Wanted I The exclamation had no connection with the arrival of the girls but it was tho mere coincidence that made all the boys laugh while the girls blushed and hung their pretty heads in mock con fusion Asher Again Victorious In the Clark circuit court last week Judge Scott overruled the motion for a now trial made by the attorneys of the Southern Lumber Co of this coun ty which by Judge Scotts decision at tho January term of the Madison cir cuit court was ordered to pay to Asher Hensley of Knott county their claim of 1616023 for loses the amount sued for without inteiest The case is one of the largest and most noted tried in this circuit recently and now that the case has beenso viogronsly fought and has thrice been decided adversely to the defendants it is said it is hardly probable that an appeal will be taken from Judge Scotts decision Cupid Outwits Smallpox Richard McDowell a wealthy farmer of Mt Olivet and Miss Bina Dailey of Millersburg drove to the home of Rev Bird Hughes to be married A little son of the minister had the smallpox and it wits thought best for the candidates for matrimony and the minister to keep as farapattas pos sible hence the parson stood on the yeranda and jierformed the marriage ceremony while the bride and groom sat in their buggy in the street Not long ago afVYinchester a mar riagewas solemnized by telegraph the bride and her pastor being at the Win chester telegraph office whilo the groom and his pastor were away out in Arizona Dr White Moves to Louisville Dr William G White has moved hIs medical laboratory to Louisville and hereafter will mnke that tho man ufacturing and distributlnl renter for the large patent medicine and drug business that he built tip here Dr Whiter was the oldest and best known druggist in Madison county as he was one of the most popular of her citizens To the writer his removal is peculiarly regretted for he was one of the first acquaintances in Richmond and to this timeono of tho most delightful of corn 1 anions aud truest of friends Of his skill as a druggist and as a discoveror and manufacturer fit remedies lila snc cess speaks abundantly f of his hara- cters a citizen all unite TnpraSe Educated highly tho eon of a noted educator and possessing a natare oii tie by birth and cultivated unitila presence is magnetic the city mast feel that virtue has gone out from her now that Dr WhIte has moved irom the place that knew acd loved him so long May God smile upon hits and blew hits and restore hits again some dmy to the l ellOCll4I bttftiaeM einlM We Ia tMi wlutet be wwi flIt1 I ssk c The MMiPeftftr tkl- The Richmond Band lisa contrived a method to raise funds for Its sus lenaBce that will give no little enjoy mont to those who attend the concert and supper to ba given Friday night ArlerIwill be presented to lbs most popular young lady to be determined by the one receiving the largest number of votes cast at 1 cent per vote The gen tlenien will please come with their best girland a pocket fullofcoppera It will be at the highest a very Inexpensive way to present your sweetheart with a fine mandolin as well as to attest her popularity Lecture on Liquid Air Liquid Air the subject of the honr will be the attraction at Library Hull Louisville on Friday evening March 9 Admission 75 50 and 25 cents Fur p4rticutars see Dr Wm Foster Jr of Central University who is getting up a party her to attend the exhibition of the first lot of liquid air in the South Dr Foster wishes the names ofalt those who desire to attend in order to procure as cheap fare as possible on the railroads There will be 22 different experiments made by Prof Freer in charge of the exhibition professor of General Chemistry In the University of Michigan Enough students of the University will be secured to guarantee a reasonable rate so that a few citizens Interested in the wonderful discovery may join the party and witness the experiments at smallTost Drop a card to Dr Wm Foster Jr city Wanted lo See the Devil A man called at the CLIMAX office last week to see our devil something he had hearn tell about for upwards of along time but never seed him We trotted out ourdiminitive Mephistopheles and for ft few minutes the two indi iduals eyed each other with alternating surprise and disgust A good devil is seeming paradox but we have mo and are pleased to compare him with the Satanic Majesty of any of our rivals He is very fond of presswork and frequently runs 10000 impressIons- on the jobbers One night recently after a hard dyee run ho complained of having flnalcomeaud gitus meaning spinal meningitis Umbrella Jacktook the devil in hand mid applied some of his patent oil with Ihich ho lubricates the hinges of lis rusty umbrellas and turning the lad loose exclaimed U1 can cure spinal neginniss as well as the broken rib ol an old umbrella and without further ado the two set ont for Uncle Toms Cabin where they looked on through the hoss editors opera glasses Jack and Uoscoe are a pair to draw too Will Owsleys Death Without an enemy on earth with friends by the legion but for all that without earthly power to stay the ray ages of disease that prince of good fellows jolly jovial generous William wsley closed his eyelids in his last long sleep on Friday morning just as the rays of the morning sun were purpling the spires and roofs of his beloved Lancaster to which only a few days before he was moved to pass his last hours with near and dear ones at home The funeral took pined on Sunday afternoon and was largely attendedmany from a distance braving the excessively Inclement weather to pay their tributes- of respect and affection to him who in life had given them many an hour of delightful companionship and sacrificial service It were useless to try to portray the character of thisnoble boy He was too wellknown and liked to reiterate his virtues Suffice to say he was ever at peace with all the world and what be had belonged to the needy ir to his friends He came of one of the first families of the State but feel log secure in his standing never boast id of his lineage and by his uniform treatment call won the retard of people of high and low degree lIe may have had faults but to them we were a little blind while to his virtues we were ever kind In life we cherished his friendship and in death his memory we shall never forget Qualities ol Voice Good or Bad For The Climax It may not be unwelcome to the student to have pointed out to him those qualities of voice which are to be aimed at or cultivated and also those which are to be avoided or over comb The charms of a voice aria found among the following qualities Clearness sweetness flexibility power extent of compass variety brilliancy firmness persuasiveness It used to oe said of Rubiui that he had tears in lila voice On the opposite side must be ranked roughness huskiiiees feebleness or want of power shrillness or want of depth hardness and want of flexibility dullness or want ot ring1eta It is of course impossible for anyone voice to unite in itself all these merits or all these defects and you cannot give yourself merits which nature has withheld but you may narvellously improve what natural merits you have and do wonders in overcoming any difficulties which nature has placed in your way Singing is by no means all style and the 8tudy of it includes the forma tion of the voice and production of a good tone Therefore begin your study itt the vouth of your voice but recol lectine that its life is the most short lived of YQur faculties let your study painstakingEspecially fession act upon Dr Bunney and Never go to bed till you have learned which you did sot know the previ nightlY CULTIVATE a habitpLgconomy but not EttngiHese injtfee buying of your farm supple You know that below a certain price j it is impossible to manufacture good firm injnlements or machinery or good hardware ol any kind Then why try to use such inferior t4nff Repairs are- cosstantlynsceeefiry and the old machine gives out before it hiss made a return of My par cent oa your outlay We guarantee Vulcan repairs to cost lees than any other plow repairs While we ref e to handle a low quality of foods our prices will bear eesrloa wltkMTll M hfMIi to S T1I t Tft t f iIiIi THE ACQUISITION OF TEETH means the goodlooks OUR BEAUTIFUL TEETH so closely imitate nature that detection is impossible They permit the wearer to speak and masticate with perfect freedom They restore the mouth to its natural shape These teeth are mechanically porfecb and will last for at l yearsSets or Rubber 5 Crown and bridge work is also specialty of oursI Ifyoutalkwithourpatients Wo believe you will be per sanded that our work is ex cellent our care and methods are all that can be desired Teeth Extracted S 25 A Good Set ol Teeth 600 DR V H HOBSONI RICHMOND KY Office Ground floor next door to Government Bldg in tho Hub son Bldg Richmond Ky Tha Shelby Boy Won Mr Ben S Van Meter ol Christiars burg Shelby county was given the Icdaion at tile big contest last Friday night at Central University and will represent C U at the Intercollegiate Oratorical Contest at Lexington in April Time judges were Rev G W Dunlap of Lancaster Rev 11 G Tnr nor of this city and Dr Foster of Central University Music was furnished by Prof Mitchells orchettra picked froth the members of tbe Rich mono Military Band Two Married Men All London and New York has laughed at George Edesons new comedy Two Married Men which will appear at the Opera House Friday night March 2 It Is brim full of mirth provoking situations bright and spnrkhingdiaioguenoveispecialties and pretty girls TIme company contains such wellknown comedians as S S Simpson Ray Southard Donald Clark Jack Elliott Joe HorkinsrAlexander Henry and atnoung the clever lady ar flats are Lila Linden Kittle Rid eway Sisters Healey Ann Houck Janel Cleveland May Towne Edith Lysle and Hattie Westcourt All the scenery and paraphernalia used in the prodac fon are carried by the company Entire lower floor 50 cts Balcony adults 35 cts Balcony kids 2Z cts The NonIrritating Cathartic Easy to take easy to operate Hoods PillsIIt is a pretty sure sign that a kid is a gIrl if it wants its clothes long 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 Jr Thomas 7feblm We never could see any reason why Dibles should be leather dound Tetter SoltRhennx and zema- The intense itching and smarting Inci lent to these diseases is instantly allayed by applying Chamberlains Eye and Skin Ointment Many very bad cases have been permanently cured by It Jt- is equally efficient for itching piles and a remedy for sore nipples chapped hands chilblains frost bites and chronic sore eyes 25 eta per box Dr Codys Condition Powders are just what a horse needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge They are not food but medIcine and tho best in use to put a horse in prime condition Price 25 senta per package After a girl goes to boarding school two weeks she talks about semester The Noblest Mind The best contentment has Yet how ever noble in mind no man or woman can have perfect contestment without physical health The blood must be kept pure and the stomach and dsges tive organs in good order The best means for this purpose is Hoods Sar japarilla It promptly cures all blood humors and eruptions and tones up the pystem The favorite cathartic is Hoods Pills 25 cents Every once in a while a fellow has to take a layoff to do things he has been neglecting Bal Blood Ouro Free Eating Sores Tnmors Ulcers Cancer 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 Blem ishes Sciofula that resist other treatments are quickly cured by B B B Botanic Blood Balm Skin Eruptions Pimples Red Itching Eczema Scales BUsters Red or Brown Patches Blotches Catarrh Rheumatism etc are all due to bad blood and hence easily cured by B B B Syphilitic Blood Poison literally system by B B B Botanic Blood Balm ill one to five months B B B does not contain vegetable or mineral poison One bot lie test it Jn any case For sale by druggists everywhere Large bottles six for 5 Send for a free sample bottle which will be sent by return mall When write describe symptoms and personal free medical advicO- will be Blood Balm Co 438 Mitchell street Atlanta Ga july28lyr Some men always move a chair be fore sitting down Catch the opportunity By taking Hoods now you may bnild up your health and prevent serious ill ness The best time to dla thing is when You first think of s EAUrs L1I SatMItyCktRlierllfts Cewg Remedy During the early pert otQctober 1896 I contracted coal which settled on my lungs and was selected until I feared that otBeamptlon had appeared in an incipient state Iwas constant trying to some tblnwhlchIcoold sot I became alarmed and aftergivinjt the local doC- tor a trial bought abottle of Chamberlains Cough Remedy and the result was liamedlat lDproem fitHwl after I lid used my lanjj wire retttKvd to taeir rMftltUy a tcB S XilwMdf tl r o lU r X1ITit t- 1 1 iLi t THE MAGNIFICENT DISPLAY OF NEW SPRING GINGHAMS AND PERCALES AT THE BUSY BEE 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 The MirThat will be seen at The Busy Bee Cash Store in Jan uary will be largest ever shown by enterprising Upto Date stole Dont fail to see themIThe Now Carpets und Mailings That have been unloaded at The Busy Bee Cash Store this week for their Spring business have crowded the sidewalks so as to almost impede the progress of the passing public The largest line of Carpets ever received by one firm in the history of the City of Richmond Velvet Brussels Body Brussels Moquettes Axminsters Tapestry Brussels Ingrains in all qualities Grarite Carpets Hemps Mattings Linoliums Oilcloths Etc These goods were all bought before the advance in Carpets You can save big money on small purchaser in this department WE ARE SOLE AGENTS FOR THE AMERICAN LADY CORSET We have jusf received several hundred dozen in all the best sell ing shapes We can fit any form This week we are having a special display of American Lady Corsets in our window Dont fail to see it We will show the handsomest line of LADIES TAILORMADE SUITS this SpringI to be seenthis side of New York We earnestly invite the ladies one and all to examine this line of goods We know the result will be a very pleasant surprise to you Our Tailormade Dresses fit to perfection- Dont overlook our Lace Curtain Department we are showing some handsome things in this line Also some beautiful new patterns of Curtain Swisses Screens and Fancy Draperies Very Respectfully vD OLIJIIAM COMPANY RICHMOND7MT STERLING AND GEORGETOWN lt L6 J There is no better medicine for the babies than Chamberlain Cough Remedy Its pleasant taste and prompt effectual cures make it a favorite with mothers and small children It quickly cures their coughs and colds preventing pneumonia and other seri ous consequences It also cures croup and has been used in tens of IhouS2lutlsi of cases without a failure so have been able to learn It not only cures croup but when given as soon as the croupy cough appears will prevent the attack In cases of wLooping cough it liquefies the tough mucous making it easier to expectorate and lessens the severity frequency of the paroxysms of coughing thus de priming that disease of all dangerous congruences For sale by Perry Thomas 7feblm Men will come in and get to relating an argument they had and get to talk- Ing as loud as they dill originally Persons who lead a life of exposure are subject to rheumatism neuralgia and lumbago will find a valuable remedy in Ballknls Snow Liniment it will banish pain and subdue inflammation Price 25 and 5Qceuts For sale by Per ry Thomas 7feulm When some mencome back who used to live here they act as If they thought folks were glad to see them Manv an innocent little darling is suffering untold agony and cannot ex plain its troubles Mark you child symplons it be troubled with worms give it Whites Cream Venal rUK6 and restore It to quietness and health Price 25 cents For by Pdrry Thomas Tfeblm A woman with a petticoat that frou frous attracts lots of attention and she likes it In pulmonary trouble he direct action of Coussens Honey of Tar upon tbethroat chest and lungs immediate arrest the malady by relieving the distress cutting the phlegm and freeing the vocal and breathing organs Price 25 and 50 cents For sale Perry A Thomas 7feblm Lota ol people go tothe free lecture In the afternoon who do not go to the show at night To EePrured For war is the surest way for this na ion to maintain peace That is the pinion of the wisest statesmen It equally true that to be prepared for spring Is the best way to the peculiar dangers of the season This Is a lesson multitudes are learning and at this time when the blood is sure to- be loaded with impurities and to be weak and sluggish tlm millions to take Hoods Sarsaparilla which purified enriches the blood all diseasO germs creates a good appetite give strength and en orgy and puts the whole system ins condition preventing pneu mouiafevorsalMtothet dangerous diseases which are liable to attack a Weakened system 7 feblm Many a miw is considered quite a character because lie luaat get any Tbe vent afU r effects of Influence arise from derang d fwnetloaa of the Clear thebkHMIt once with ttMflirerImt MM M wwta y- i7 1IIMa n Adams Fistula Cure manufactur ed by J W Adams Co Paint Lick Ky A guaranteed cure for Fistula Poevill Sweeny Scratches Saddle HoUR and Enlargements Greasy Heel Distemper etc Mrs K W Wlggc of Ctrafenburg Ky testifies that fihu hud tried many tImings for scratches but nothing did any good until securing a box of Adams Fistula Salve For sale by Perry Thomas 7feb3m When you brag on a man he is apt to tell von he could have done lots better If lie had tried his best Woman is often referred to bv man as doubling his joys and halving his soriows That may be verv compli mentary but it would pcem to be rather hard on the woman For in plain terms it means that where timings are going well with the man his wife makes them go better But when things are going ill wi him ho expects the wife to sharetit his burden And theres more truth than in this presen tation of masculine selfishness Men dont appreciate the fact that thestraln of motherhood is a burden bigger than all the loads that rest upon male shoulders They see tIme wife grow thin pale nervous and worn withouto thought that she is overburdened Amoung the pleasant letters received by Dr Pierce are those from husbands who have waked up before it was too late to the crushing burdens laid upon the wife and in the search for help have found in Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription a restorative which has given back tothemother the health of the maiden and time maidens happiness Favorite Prescription always helps and almost always cures It has per everyhundredwhen afllicted with disease peculiar to women Time thing In lift which interest us most are generally none of our hiusIuess I think I would go crazy with pain were it not foe Chamberlains Pain Balm writes Mr W II of Herminie Pa I have been afflicted with rheumatism for several years and have tried remedies without number but Pain Balm is the heat medicine I have got hold of One application re lie es the pain For sale by Perry Thomas J feblm- If a man is big and fat and able tp keep hU mouth shut he win bluff near lyanybody Tnblers Buckeye Pile Ointment Is lie for blind bleedlngot- protrudlns piles Indorsull bypbysi emus cures most obstinate ases Price 50 cents in bottles Tubes cts Forsale by Perry Thora s 7febli NOTICE TO CREDITORS ITCOURTiIClerk IordllrorVBC B Ordered that the toreRolagoiiMe be referrt to the Mailer E Scott t Mcertln sad rportwhatelehtidueaad owln by deased a repor- on or bdore lie rt day ooe acatepri Term of this Coart- Att plroea kaving chetme apiJat w lie oeMllt are hereby notiVe4 4r ui claleil beteta 8 L Scott MMter Com- iIIorOtte 1td1M1I Circuit tourt nroperl verHlefl IA er bSOIItbt ItNC d of MM Apr Terai ot Clrt or lae they IHib6 bMrei the eCSer fldeNM JIMIIMIM= Jr j g I IISilIE VACANT FEELING IA by the man used to our work who is compelled to wear linen laundered elsewhere There is something missing Its the perfection of finish No other work equals that of THE RICHMOND STEAM LAUNDRY and hone other gives satisfaction to those who have once patronized us Shirts Collars Culls will look better and last longer if laundered here RICHMOND STE LAUNDRY FIT TO WEAR fl S STOUT has received his SPRING and SUMMER lineiofl X flIt IMQRTBD j UITIIG A D n He T U EroIGfi 1 will give you the best orkinanship to be had No Fit Np Pay 1i 1 SR fiiaoyGiltM Qiw Door aIttof If D Old MPi t SKI1 I8iLr t 1 11 NOTICE TO CREDITORS lj Notice is hereby given that all parties hay log claims against the trust estate of John Poweredecdare required to file the same properly verified before the undersigned trus j tee at its place of business in Richmond Ky n or before March J51900 or the same TA tfebtHwNOTICE TO CREDITORS iclaimsPowers are required to Sic the same properly verified before the undersigned as agent of the atitaplaceofbusinesst5 1900 or the same will be barred ofrSTATE BANK TRUST CO febU4ir Agent of W F T L Powers NOTICE TO CREDITORS t1 Notice is hereby given that all parties having claims against the trust estate of W F Powers are required to file the same properly verified j before the undersigned trustee at its place of t mslness In Richmond Ky on or before March a 1800 or same will be barred STATE BANK TRUST CO febll4w Assignee of W F poeniNOTICE TO CREDITORS Notice la hereby given that all parties having claims against the trust estate of J J Powers are required to tile the same properly verified before the undersigned trusteee at its place of business in Richmond Ky on or before Starch 1900 or the urns wilt bebaryed STATE BANK TRUST CO febli4w Assignee of J J Powers Very New ti IS OUR LINE OF 1 1900 WALLilWhich we have recent ly added to our stock We have connected with i us MrfY L LEEDS whose reputation as an Interior Decorator is established and in- If well i every instance guaran tee work done by him I J TM We alspcarry a complete lijig of the very freshest aria purest drugs druggist sundries toilet articleS and stationery Pleasp call and examine our stock before purchasing e where as we will Jam pleasure in showing you Our goods whether you btoV Or not Respt c IUSJl1tf9 PERRY THOMAS i s wI4t4 JSIde itfI1 l JIIIeI4t IMtfJ fOt 14d i L I JL III HOME SEEKERSIExcursion at very paints in the Alabama Arizoufl Arkansas British Columbia Colorado Florida Georgia Ilaho Indian Territory Iowa Kansas Louisiana Manitoba Michigan MIs- souri Montana Mississippi Nebraska New Mexico North Dakota North Carolina Oklahoma Orogon South Dakota South Carolina Tennessee Texas Utah Virginia Washington Wisconsin and Wyoming over the BIG FOUR ROUTE Salting 4ats February 10 20 March 620 April 317 1000 For full information and particulars as to rates tickets limits stop over privileges etc call on agents of Big JVmr Route or addrtes the IJudtr8 gmdI WAKKEX Ji ivxcii W P DR IR GPT A AG Ptl A Cincinnati 0 imar17 EASIER THAN EVER The present schedule of Illinois Central Rail road in addition to shortening the time to Memphis and New Orleans has made ttEasftr Than Ever to reach all points in Arkansas Texas Mexico Arizona und California The splenald train trrlre with which the Illinois Centrals Memphis and New Orleans Vcstibuled Limited Is equipped makes it Easier Than Ever to take a trip to the above mentioned is the only line which runs Free Reclining Chair Cars and Veetibnlled trains from Louisville to the South also a weekly Pullman Tourist Car for California Lve Louisville every Thursday 9 25pra Arr Memphis Friday 8 ham Arr New Orleans Friday 7 45pra Lve ewOrieansFrIdayS 20pm Arr Houston SaturdayS 45am Arr San Antonio Saturday 4Spm Arr Elpaso Sunday 3 4Ipm Arr Los Angeles Monday 9 a pm- Arr San Francisco Tuesday 5 15pm Tki Tit ffiilw Elf U Caliionii Parties desiring to make a comfortable trip to the territory mentioned will do well to com municate with R II Fowler Traveling Passenger Agent Louisville Ky Wu ALFORD KELLOND A O P A A H HANSON 0 P A Louisville Ky Chicago Ill dec29ly WOOl fi SHIMS fctf t ITC9V Telid RCA VI SEEDS Pre4eesIeitCrm Sent JI JI JI B drsoftestLmoiia1a and vtltousands of customers this If you plaritiagWood tStubba LrSeed of your orders for alifetlme TODAY want to place In your hands our New 5eed Book It tillihflth II uable information about sowing cultivation etc of crops for the Garden and Farm Write a and we will mail it FREEIPrices of Grass and Clover Seeds seedI Grain Seed Potatoes orother Field Seeds qooted at any time on requestI WM1 S STU8BS sees Cor Brook and Jefferson Streets LOUISVILLE KYIt LLQTRALIIHORT New Orleans Best Line to ARKANSAS TEXAS MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA Pullman Tourist Car leaves Louts ville every Thursday night and runs through to San Francisco Ask yonr ticket agent for particulars or write to It H Fowler Traveling Passenger Agent Louisville Ky Free Reclining Chair Cars Louisville to Memphis and New Orleans A H HANSON WM A KELLOND Q P A Chicago A GPA Louisville I L U E EZ C DIVISION IX EFFECT aONDAV MAY 151898 No1 Cincinnati and Livingston Express southbound arr Richmond J2 54pm Lv 05pm 6 north bound J2 20pm Lv 2 oopm Stanford north bound 3 Sham Lr 3 Mara 5 southbound 25pm Lvll 25pm 10 Richmond Marrllle Accm north bound Lv 6 Sam Ii south bound arr 7 20pm 21 Rowland south bound Lv S 55am 22 Stanford north bound arr 5 45am SSlTFor further information call on or address TELEPHONE 78 KUPER HOOD Agt 53SSS 5fS3WSS SSSv 5S3S3SS I S A WILSON P II 31 PHES C M KENNEDY P M IL SECY RICHMOND SCHOOL AND INF1RPIAII OF MAGNEGTIG HEALINGj- We RICHMOND KY 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 medicineCome and see us Consultation free We also give absent treatment Terms reasonable Ollice and treating rooms 1 2 3 and 4 GARNETT HOUSE opposite court house Richmond Ky Branch ofliceNewby Ky Address all correspondence to C M KENNEDY Secy EITTTJCKY CARRIAGE WORKS JOHN DONELSON PROPRIETOR We say it we mean it we can prove itOur Vehicles the BEST our PRICES the LOWEST HIGHGRADE CARRIAGES cuc x Skco- rt to ascertain its condition you may find that a new one is necessary Pave the way to home LEJ happiness by getting one of our EIrtJ jLFhavertiE3iJ1priceILILI you walk towar our store lF1lL TAYLOR BROS 6 i 0 CATARRH CAN BE CURED iURDOCKS CATARRH CURE IT GOES TO EVERY PART SURE SAFE AND PLEASANT thisendeavortheworstthe affected puts in this manner r inaallformsofteefroisimpleas good Beware of Imitations aj they are worthless fcjuw ppaulPut up in tin boxes 100per box MURDOCK CoRRjCo treatment for 8Qday8 aov2i Atlanfclj G l i ANSWER TO THE QUESTION PROPOUNDED IV SUNDAYS HERALD BY MR J M BENTON OF WINCHESTER WHAT THE DEMOCRATS WOULD 80 Lexington llcrald The Herald is in receipt of the fol lowing courteous aud entertaining Iet tor lu which the writer takes issue with the Herald but wliluh is neveithel s published with pleasure VH lustres to state further that Its columns aretd ways open to fair frank manly and clean discussions of public ifsues whether In accordance with its viewb or not tit BENTOX 8 kEFLY Editor of the Herald May I as a private in that great par ty in which the political editor of the Herald was fur so long a trusted leader give my answer to the query propound ed in hurdttyd Herald What would the Democrats do unto the Republicans if the present situation were reversed Without admitting the truth of many of the hypotheses upon which you base t at question and expressly denying that many of them are correct I sub mit that with the conditions reversed the situation that has existed since Judge Pryor and Captain Ellis awarded the certificates of election to the Re publican candidates could not pcsi bly have existed for bile I approve the decision rendered by Judge Pryor and Captain Ellis I do not believe that a board composed entirely of Republicans selected by a Republican Legislature would with the conditions reversed have awarded the certificates of election to the Democratic candi dates It must have been suctlEetf knowledge on the part of the llepubli cans which caused them with such ab solute unanimity to believe that the certificates of election would be award fld to the Democratic candidates I think even the Herald held that belief Your hypothesis reminds one of the ar gument which Hannonizer Hall was making to Brax Lisle on the money question The Ilannonizer had said Now Brax suppose I had a hundred dollars And Brax quickly responded That ends the discussion for under no state of case could you have a hundred dol lars But aside from this I answer that the Democratic party and its leaders would submit to the law as they find it in the constitution and statutes which were not adopted to meet the present contest alone but to meet all contests which might arise and think that the information that every step taken in the contest which contest was based upon occurrences over which neither the election commissioners nor election officers had any control and which in the opinion of Judge Pryor anti Captain Ellis who are now so loud ly praised by the Republicans were such a menace to the fairness and freedom of elections that they in effect recommended that a contest be insti tuted based upon these occurrences was a legal step and every act done was under the form ot law would be sufficient to prevent any man on whom the Democratic party would bestow its nomination for the high office of Gay ernor from attempting even under the forms of law as you express it1 to preent the General Assembly from discharging its legal functions chasing its members from the State House at the point of the bayonet and in flagrant violation of the constitution attempt ing to force the General Assemby to adjourn and then to meet at a place of his choosing that place being one W ich he and his advisors knew to be nothing more nor less than a vertiable slaughter pen for such of his political opponents as he might force to attend I answer that the Democratic party would at all times and in all thingseven under the circumstances you state recognize the supremacy of the law and submit to it just as its members have lone during the last two woek8though the assassination of their beloved lead er from the public building occupied by eo many of his politicalopponents surrounded by so many Republican desperadoes with no apparent effort made by those who occupied the build lug to apprehend the assassin has tried them sorely and has made it almost be yond human endurance restrain from making an effort to avenge their lead ers death If its past history does not entitle the Democratc party to be the party of peace law and order in this State surely its patient and conservative couree during the trying times of the last two weeks entitles it to be commended as such by all men I can not believe that any Democrat of Kentukv placed in the position occupied by W S Taylor on the 30th aud 31st days of January would of his own accord have committed or could by Ills associates and legal advisers have been persuaded to commit such unlawful acts as aie at tributed to Taylor by the concessus of public opinion both within and with out this State and I am certain that if a Democrat had under intense excite ment and for the sake of saving office for himself so lost his head as to have acted as Taylor did on the 31st ot Janu ary it would pot have required ten days for his political associates and ad visors to bring him to his senses and induce him to consent to let the controversy take Its due bourse which I assume means when used in Taylors If ever superstition could find excuse it would be when the expectant mother calettlar in hand ponders the fortunate days and hopes that babysbirthday may fall on aluckythneIt to wish the best of fortune for BIwellThe greatest fortune any mother can bodyantifortune every mother may endow the ofJhealthweak and worried woman has a very slender stock of health to bestow cm the baby Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription makes mothers healthy and happy Iti momisglicknesgives the body a feeling of buoyancy makes the cheerful gives vigor peculiarlyfeminineis free from danger and painless IaderidHuphmlft Falconer of Trent Muskegon Mich I was reduced to soa pounds Wheat was three moths along with child I was takes with hemonlsatleoc foodie sad CMraeeear a miscarriage torn finale weakness For two month I was under the care of our doctor but was getting vesdcer all the time lIMit 1 sent and got three bottles of Favorite I improrwl fiut sad twutoonJWelchl65adcThere k no alcohol whisky or other intoxicant la favorite rretcripaps neither oe R uy opraai erf other narcotic Dr Pierces BiMM PeB U jo Mt Jeoo act oti the rlfti jwrfc Iid a I is a symptom BACKACHE makes the backache and that something attention orthe backache can lever be permanently stopped I suffered for years with a long list of troubles Writes MRS CKLENIC of Wells Minn Box 151 to Mrs Pinkham and I want to thank you for my complete re covet E Pinkhams Vege table Compound is a wonderful medicine for women I had severe female complaints causing terrible backache and ner vous tirosttLtion was dizzy most of the time had headache and such a tired feeling I now hare taken seven bottles of your Compound and have also used the Sanative Wash and feel like a new woman I must say I never had anything help me so much 1 have better health than I ever had in my life I sleep well at night and can work all day without feeling tired I give Lydia E Pinkhams Vege frightened and sent for doctor and said that it tunate me that it came away got quite after and have Compound alone thank for my Multitudes of women suffer constantly with backache Other grateful multitudes have relieved of it by Mrs advice and medicine last proclamation the legal course in cqntradistinction to the course Taylor has pursued for the last two weeks With the conditions reversed aDomo crat in Taylors place would have signed the peace agreement which his aU- thority had been entered into by his political friends if as Taylor says they had acted in perfect faith from the highest motives of patriotism and did the very best they could in making the agreement In conclusion J will say had Taylor been shot down as poor Goebel was every Democrat in the would have hung head in shame for his party and the assassin and his cocon spirators would this time have been tried convicted and sentenced to hang J M BENTON Winchester Ky Feb 12 1900 A Life and Death Fight Mr W A Hines of Manchester la writing of almost miraculous escape from death says Exposure after measles induced serious lung trouble which ended in Consumption I had frequent hemorrhages and coughed night and day All my doctors said I must die Then I began to use Dr Kings New discovery lor Consumption which completely cured me I would not be without it even if it cost 500 a bottle Hundreds have used it on my recommendation and all say itnever fails to cure Throat Chest and Lung troubles Regular size 5Qc and 100 Trial bottle free lit Perry Thomas drug store 4 NEWYOES1PASHIONS Valenciennes lace will be much used on thin gowns Belt buckles covered with suede in its natural shade and ornamented with turquoise jet or steel are novel The exactions of presentstyle gowns are such tlmt a faultless corset is an ab solute requirement The II G corset is so accurately cut moulded and modelled that it possesses the perma nence of shape Inlispensable to a perfect v stay Trimmings giving the appearance of a stripe are popular as are striped dress materials Robe dresses of nuns veiling with lace applications are very fine and fash ionable A wide flounce around the the bottom is a favorite finish to the average dress skirt ol wash material A charming new silkAnd wool mix ture called Paris crepe is shown by Lord Taylor Lighthued gowns for spring are prettily finished with a narrow binding of white taffetas silk stitched on Lace in generous profusion will be used upon hats and gowns capes stockings underclothing and about everything wearable Beautiful colorings and exquisite texture distinguish the new satin foul ants Machine stitching handscwingdain ty embroidery lace and lace braid alt help to decorate recherche spring gowns EVELYIT CAJIIE The Appetite of a Goat Is envied by all poor dyspeptics whose Stomach and Liver are out of order All such should know that Kings New Life Pills the wonderful Stomach and Liver Remedy gives a splendid appetite sound digestion and a regu lar bodily habit that insures perfect health and great energy Only 2o cents at any DrugStore 4 Many excellent meadows are made by sowing with the timothy seed a gal Ion of herds grass seed to the acre with a slightly sprinkling ot cloverseed One gallon of cloverseed for ten acres will be sufficient The hay thus mixed has more richness or nutriment has a better flavor is more relished stock and Indeed is a complete food At the same time the yield Is greatly increased The amount of clover will not be suf ficiently large to impair the keeping qualities of the bay or to make it easily injured by dampness Southern Farm Magazine Baltimore John Dirr Posey ville Ind says I used anything as good ali One Minute Cough Cure We are never without itt Quickly breaks up coughs and colds Cures all throat and lung troubles uee will prevent consumption Pleasant to take Perry Thomas It is a desperate case with the Boer lu South Africa While they are bravo suit courageous they are fighting against great odds The British have unbounded resources andthey are de termined to crush this nation of people at any expense There jno salva tion for the Boers unless help is given by some other nation Campbellsville JournalIlBmpleofDyspepsia Tablets They propose to every case of Catarrh Dyspepsia novly It Is flow announced OB the authority of all that it is not consider ed healthy to rise More 8 oclock in the morniK This appliM lyto wen The wivtteM rto at live sat ttbefifM M farttofef Ojflliffr tJOtttM i WEARINESS OF BACkACHE table Compoundall the credit for I knowit has cured me of all my troubles I would not do without your remedies for anythingI Mas E FURTON of Meade Mich writes Twoyearsagolwas troubled with constant backache and headache and was very nervous I resolved to try your medi cine and took two bottles of Lydia E Pinkhams J Vegetable Compound and on taking the third a tumor was expelled I was a littlo the he was for for I well that your to recovery been Pinkhams by State his by bis cloth Dr by nevrfr Its cure phyeicfans MISSOURIANS JOIN IN THE GOEBEL FUND Governor James B McCreary Chair man of the Goebel Monument Fund for Kentucky has received many contri butions from other States One of the most remarkable exhibitions of interett in the death and monument of Mr Goebel was given at Fayette Howard county Missouri where a groat meet ing was held The papers tell this storyImmediately after learning of the death of Our William Goebel of Kentucky Dr C O Lewis of tbisclfy started a Howard County Goebel Mon ument Fund asking SI subscriptions to the worthy cause He met wlthsignal success It is requested that the citi zens of Fayctte and Howard counties meet in mass meeting at the courthouse Saturday at 2 p in to take suit able action relative to the matter The following is a list of 114 names of those who have subscribed one dollar each to the Howard County Mis souri Goebel Monument Fund C O Lewis M D Frank L Koester HalleyJMyersJltlJegraw hughesTJ Robert Mcgraw A W Morrison therageWilliam GrigsbyHWWalkerAttyNCharles M ver U S D IL P Mason Harry Oltihiaw- J G Crews Sig Kauiman G E Oliinn M DI L Keller 8 L Marshall John Blackwell W C Kirby W D Settle- J L Mormon J R Hughes DenneriyMPW C Hell John Heist W F nell Lee Crews K T Johnson J D Tolson AttyFHughesToniSolon Smith G D GbsonSheriff BrlggsAAttorneyDrTProf J L Lynch H Goodwin M D John Stapleton J W Giveus R P Williams J N Todd BurnhnmHJ K Ricketts Howard Sartain C W Watts M D C W Lay J It Hairston Circuit Clerk J H Armstrong 1 L Lee W W GrnYrG W Creson Prof PJBruce Oscar George CB Harris HC Shields M R ftinanAdvO H Marlow A P Phillips James C Ferguson V J Hughes L M Ricketts J L Dougherty JB Scott M D S T Mohley K P Todd W M Pryor County Clerk lJilIerJlJack K L McLachlan S E Brown J A Woods W IL Collins- J W FergulonDr Hylers Dyspepscla Tablets pleasant easy to take and give permanent re lief 30 days treatment ft Mailed on receipt of price MUBDOCK CURE Co nov29 ly Atlanta Ga The fitock of the Kentucky Stock Farm Publishing Company capitalized at 25000 which publishes the American Stock Farm the oldest trotting horse paper in the country has been purchased by Desha Breckcnrhlgc He will continue the publication of the American Stock farm After doctors failed to cure me of pneumonia I used One Minute Cough Cure and three bottle of it cured melt is the best remedy on earth for whooping cough It cured iny grandchildren of the worse cases writes John Berry Loganton Pa It Is the only harmless remedy that gives imme diate results Cures coughs colds croup and throat and lung troubles It prevents consnmption Children al ways like it Mothers endorse it Perry Thomas The following story in rhyme illnu trates the view oCan Illinois humorSit on the present political situation in Kentucky He was bred in old Kentucky where they make the mountain dew and the mother feeds the bties on hot revolver stew where you wake up in the morning shot full of bullet holes and find our sole companions are disem bodied souls He was shot in old Kentucky where their aim is always true and the principle amusement is shooting people through where the doctors use as medicine for all human ills a dose or two of bullets instead ofgiving pills Ho was shot in olfl Keuttcky where feuds grow on the trees and the bullets from time rifles buzz lire the air like bees where the instruments they play on when they give a dance or hop are their musical revolvers and they call off with ft pop I have heard that old Kentucky is a grand old Commonwealth that the women are alt noted for their beauty and their health but I 1le11lY in Illinois where time womes clltless jureandt- he men arc not so hasty nor so quick to pull a trigger I had ily pep for years No med DY8flepfIITwo bottte prodvc d marvIee re IIJYwltiMi kilts enn P rry Tbww 0 1 A BEAUTIFUL PUBLICATrW The new monthly Sunny South gets Februaryrtll1nber magazine handsomely illustrated and the cover page is the prettiest and most artistic design ever produced in the South The covers are printed fit colors bringing out every detail of the exquisite frontispiece and the whole book is filled with the choicest South ern literature by the Soutna best au thors The magazine must be seen and read to be fully appreciated It should be in every Southern home A sample copy will be sent free for the asking Requests should be addressed to the Sunny South Atlanta Ga The Sunny South is 1 a year but we can club both the Sunny South Rod the CLIMAX for Si 80 per year Send subscriptions direct to CLIMAX PRINTING CO- RICHMOND KY Stock of Goods for Sale Having gone West for my health I have concluded to sell my stock of gro ceriesarid rent the store room now o cupied by me on Second street In Rich mond Ky forthe residue of 1900 Allfgoods 01 hand are new ami the house occupied is well located for a crocery For arty further information apply to n K Duncan or John CL Chenault T A CInKAuT-S New Blacksmith Shop I have removed my blacksmith shop from Mill Grove to Richmond and am now prepared to do nil kind of work eitheriron or wood work I have had 31 years experience at horse shoeing Am also prepared to treat all diseases of the hoof or will give any instructions along that line My shop Is on the corner of Water and First street near McKee corner Call and soeeme Respectfully W II MANSFIELD feb2l4t Richmond Ky FOUND A GOLD MINE- IT WAS IN HISPOULTRY YARD Make11mgber Summer and Winter Secret of His Success People in the neighborhood of Cres ton Iowa are amazed at tho number of eggs that this man drives to market with When asked what was thecause oUt Is hens being so prolific he stated it was nil in a certain compound he was using that kept his hens la good con dillon and furnished them with the proper stimulus to egg production American Poultry Mixtureis time name MfgCothe poultry business is interested in the health of his hens and their laying capacitv In the eggs lie his profits This mixture is guaranteed to increase the production of eggs 100 per cent or money refunded It will do more than three times as much as the same amount of any other compound It is concentrated in form and the result of years of practical experience in the poultry business There is absolutely no doubt as to what it will do and you are invited to try it at the expense of the company Send 00 for a sample package and if doesnt do the work you getyour money back This is fair and is made to induce practical poultry men to give it a trial It is also a sure preventive of such disease as the terri ble cholera and roup which create such havoc in all parts of the country It acts directly otthe craw and gizzard and it is throughly scientific prepara thou The manufacturers guarantee every package orrefund purchasers money If your druggist dont sell American Poultry Mixture hes behind the age In that case order direct from American Manufacturing Co Terre Haute Indiana A Q UR LINS or NEW PUPFItfifnLL FOR WALL AND CEILING DECORATION FOR S- Is 1900STRICTLY EXCLUSIVE It is ex achy in line of the present days taste amid will fit uaturally with the latest drzperiesruebold designs nnd rich colors for the hall and graceful Rococo and Empire de signs for the parlor TapeStries Turk Ish and Indian effects for the library and dinningroom a original srripe for the smoking Dainty chintzes and dresden stripes for the sleeping room Big tropical flowers to use for nper crepeIngrainsome fine Handmado stripes to boused without borders to be finished with room moulding We simply cannot the many new de com live paperhangings You will have to see to appreciate them and then we gQ to the other extreme and offer you WHITE BACK PAPERS 8 yds long at I priceYouOroenColorjng8price they cannot be equaled by any concern In the land Trust or no Trust pricesWtiecrpfc but the Price Will Toll tI Respectfully GEO M WILLGING Wallpapers Window Shades Pic Varnishesnru nspecflea20J Jill t RICHMOND EY L A Jl H Time TablelTo 1 Taking Effect Sun dayjNovember 19 1899 tat i2d CU EA8 BOUtD No1ClauI No1I i Ex 8 Ex SUB AM PM AM VersaHles 10 II j s to 5 15 WcholavHle 11 l 700 880 Valley View 4138 7 S3 7 65 Million 11 41 7 08 9 00 Richmond 11 68 8 05 9 00 PM12 13 10 00 12 18 10 rP1lIolaInla8 1 06 1133 u No2 No WHET BOPSU EzSun Ex Sun ExSaa ExSna AX PM PM A M Iriat 145 assPtoBOl 2 10 JOS- BWHlAeIL 2 15 I 5- 5MerIej 7S- 9lca j 2 32 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ADDRESSTHE NEW YORK N Y +SOUTHERN Kilt LWtIY IN KENTUCKY Schedule In effct NoT mb r 10 1890 XA8TBOCKD NO L No5 No 3 745pmArAr Larencebc 9SOam 665pm 945pm 1001pmArWKTHOCND No8 Not- Lv No 4 Lexington 730am 421pm 515am Ar Versalllr TUam 45ipm 3Sam Ar Larencebg520cm StlSpm 5fI3am- Ar ShelbjrviUe BlSam SOpm 630am Ar Louisville ia m 730pm IMMa EASTBOUND WdTOODNUJ 1U BTATIOKS No 1ZINO iam IT LoulxTll Ar 7Jupm 1040am No13INo Iy LarnebrgAr 510pm 810am HarodJbjLT 43pm 7JOam Ar Burcln Lv 415pm 710am w9T50uSDNo cs ni 74 am IT Loulxvll Ar 502pm Thi70prn SlQam LV Shelbull Ar SlUm 802pm 15pm640pm710pm ILEOam Ar Georcln Lv 700am 310pm WMTHOUNDltNo t 730pmto2amllilpm JMpmllMpmJffipm Ar Irvine Lv 145pta STATIONS No No i dpmArAr Knoxville 700pm 745am 110pmArAr Tack onvl1le 92iam Lv Chattanoosa lI6pm 645cm Ar Atlanta iasOpmill50 m pmArLv Chattanooga 810pm 6Uam Ar Birmingham 95pm L3Om 930pmArNo I through sleeping ear to JacIciouTllle TaaupNO to Blr tnloebam via Lexington and Cbaltanooxa ob ertatloa 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the figures of a basis of calculation The problem now is What will be the population of the United States recent acquisitions The result is usually yearTHEto engage all in a study of their coun try To this end ftwill distribute cash amounting to 25000 for solutions received of the population of the United States Census as follows to tile ntael1ttoomet pies MITtd3OOO00 150000ToththrdToteerth 30OO0 25000TofcsBxfc 75000TDthJMitiOKehJIM 25H00To500000To2197 cash preteatt aaieuatiag to S250OOOO In case of a tie money equally di vided plopositsubscription to the WEEKLY ENQUIRER You can guess as often as you care to inclose subscription price to the VEEKIY ENQUIRER This contest will close a month be ore tbe rlwdt of the census will be theirecttt gtnD C SubKripiion price for the WEEKLY iNQUiR including guess is oily andleytjvmMSend4IKJHWUI OHfe J il J I q A 4 denD rn cVeil TJn 1C0 VI AI U- ia z m4I it LI tIBOOM TO DR MANKINDII I wIC- D rrJC3t4 frpJG PILE II gll tUjBE CURE IA New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBES BY MAIL 75 CENTS BOTTLES eo CENTS JAMES F BALLARD Sols Proprietor 310 North Main Street ST LOUIS M9 For sale by PERRY THOMAS Druggistsanl011 1 Th othcr Mtu Invtnt OF LEXINGTON KY 213000 00 Paid in Living Benefits j 10000000 RESER YEAMD SURPL US r illTie terse of Lite Insmace We pay the same profits to the living that Insurance Corn panies pay to time estates of deceasedt largest profits consistent with safety and conservatism Every precaution for the protection of the investor For iarticulars apply to K STUUTH BOlAZTumN SECRETARY LEXINGTON KY MRS A T MILLION Local Agent Richmond Ky Madisoii Monumental Works ESTABLISHED 3863 JAMES T HAMILTON PROPRIETOR Monuments Tombs Headstones Statuary and Foreign and American Marble and Granite ++4 FINE WORK A SPECIALTY ++ + 4 Those who are contemplating buyinp Marble Granite or any kind of Cemetery Work will find it to their interest to call at the old stand in tho rear of the M E Church on Irvine Street where they will find constantly on hand a large stock of finished work to select from at prices to stilt all classes of buyers S3ff bR W G GOUOHEIJ one of the best workmen in Central Kentucky is in charge of our establishment and this means in overy phise Parties living at a distance should write to us fur dslgIlR- vhlch will be furnished on application ffYOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITEDT3SX JH1lES T H7MILTON Proprietor va t tctJ- jpAftjj1 r c FENCEIS THE BESTcx itLw TH1Y Gnl It IL 4 O sss ItAll our Heating Stoves at 4 II 6 ii COST IYbihWOlel o- v make room for Spring Stock d 3ofPlows and Plow Gears 4r no UG LAS SI M MUNS 4liRDYARE ROUSE g Ich11y k I au