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Digital page images are linked to the text file. nJu sit j J IT1113 RICHMOND CLIlIlIAVj I I IVOLUME26l2 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MARCH 7 1900 NUMBER 40 If OCC a WATCHESls s0 ae All Work Guaranteed MAIN STREET RICHMOND KY 11J t PROFESSIONAL CARDS ATrOR EYS R E ROBERTS ATTOnNEYATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY CfOnce over Climax Office with Jas B Mc Creary Second Stree- tMiLLERRW ATTORSCTATLAVr- BICUKOXD Office in the Burn m Building next door to armeri National sank teb3ly SULLI7AN JA ATTORNKVATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office over State Dank Trust Co opposite Court House on Main Street JODMOHKNAULT ATTORNEYS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen aiilts grocery W R LETCHERAttorneyatLaw KICIIMOSD KENTUCKY Office with T J Smith Jr over Covington Mitchells Tm CI Lovvry AttoJnyatLaw Moborlpy Building Richond Ky J TLOTJACO1ATTORNEYATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY rcOffie in Prather Building Main fitrect PEYSIOIANS DRS GIBSON GIBSON PHYSICIANS AND SUIIQEOXS R ICIIMOND KENTUCKY Office in the Joe Cx Jint buildIng i s and jo Sec ond Street over Wnue old druztorCS CHAS C hOOKER I ETERIXAKY SURGEON Graduate Ontario Veterinary College Veterinary nontUtryanil Sterility a Specialty EipOiDce at stable on corner First and Water Streets Richmond Ky pr7ly JI C JjlSERjlJDMe4Iieifle Mire IrUliur Huildiuc Main ttrect Telephone nt m te the ISttr lace on llrondnra I RU1IlnSII KKSTUtKY iwKVN IIIY j vIA Asn UntltWN KiCMMOMIJ KKNTUCKY j DENTAL ST7EGERT Th OAV it t ltOD50i LOUISVIIXB KT- Ci Office tied dour to Onvernment Building KlchmSnd Ky Offlce huurgto iiovl7ly DE05M1TDEN 1ST r iI omo overTavlor Ui os1 Hardware Store Main Street Janl2lyt J Dr Louis II Landman No Wet Ninth street Cincinnati Ohio be at Millers reMdencti second door 1illPoitolHco Klcliuioad KyOi- iWSDNilSITAY LICH 14 1909 ireturning every second Wednesday o each Reference every physician of Flcb mond Eymaylly R Goldstein lDr Optic Specialist of No XII Fourth Av une Lonlavllle will be at f the Qlymlon Hotel Richmond f TU SEAT mARCH 20 returning one day each mouth Eyes exam med and Glasses scientifically adjusted SALESMAN V ANTED I Enclose Stamp for Particulars lWillKtralghten curly and kinky hair without injury to the or hair PRICE 50CTS PER BOX ANTIKINK Endorsed by the United States Health Upllrt DARRAGH it RICH New York SOLE SIAMUFCTDIBUS Jan312w + + + + CALL AT + + + 11i SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be foum in thecity are dispense by upto ate and accommo tinting clerks OC8 18cSaratDitWatcr Kcpt e Ta jJ sSPhone 3 Second St RICHMOND KY 5 3xat 5ea I IT IS NO BURDEN when a PIANO or ORGAN is per chased here Our rystem of easy payments enables any one to enjoy the music of 9crt tsrnmes without depriving themselves of necessary comforts One of these INSTRUMENTS would make a superb HOLIDAY PRESENT Why not come in and look at these special bargainsHARDING RIEHM H G KENT AGENT RICHMOND KY Our Goods AND+ + Our prices Compel you to trade with us when you give us a trial t 1thB ffi B 1r 3 JB- nbThi3 ID B IDtDIilDI i The ladies cannot be deceh ed by catchy phrases nor bombastic claims All we have to say is we buy in the best markets of the world select the latest goods and when you buy you know you have the latest uptodate goods Is that what you want If so trade with WniteANb Gibson1- J t1IQ r T1i WALL PAPERS FOR WALL AND CEILING DECORATION FOR 9OOIS STltlCTJjY EXCLUSlVn It is ex dcily in linn of ilit present days taste and will fit nndirally with lie latest poiiilarthhijs in carpets slid draperies The variety IB wunplelo There are hold designs Hiid rich colors for the hall anti graceful HOI nnd Empire de siuns for the parlor TMiestries Turk ish and Indian effects for the library and dinningrooin a quaint original stripe for the smoking Dainty chintzes null dresden strides for the steeping ro tropical flowers to use for uper third of AVHH lower ttrotliirds crepe ingrain xoiiie new ideas for ceilings some finn Hnndnmilo stripes lobe without hunlers to he finished with n oin rnouldinj Vo simply tannot describe the many new ileaa in decora live paperhanping Yon will have to see to appreciate them and then we pp to the other extreme and offer you wiiiTK JJAOK PAVKKS 8 yds long at 4 cent persrxoLK KOI IJOII up in price You Should we the new designs in dark rid Red Itluo kind Green color- ingS at 9 cent in design colors and price they cannot be equaled by any concern in the land Trust or no TriiL Our special complete room pricw 33 50 and I1I1iI holdR g secret but the Price Will Toll Bospe- ctlullrGEOMIJLLW Wallpape Window Shades Pic turi Frames Points Oils Varnishes Brushes Glass c Stock the largest lrir always the lowest Your inspec tion requested V S1U STeCE- TBICTIMOND KY EASIER THAN EVER The present schedule of Illinots CentralJlall road in to abortenln the time to Memphis and New Orleans has matin IfKasta Than Ever to reach all In jArkan t4 Arliona and California The splendid train enlce with which the Illinol Centrals Memphis and New Orleans Vestibnlei Limited ia equipped makes it Easier Than Ever to take a trip to the above mention territory The is the only line which runs Pre Reclining Chair Cars and Vestibulled train from Louisville to the South also a vreekl Pullman Tour I t Car for California Lye LonlsTille every ThurlldaII2Splt J4cinphisfrIdaYs 18at 1An New Orleans Friday 45pr Lve KcwOrleanstriday 8 20pi- Arr Uomton Saturday S 4San- Art San Antonio Saturday 4 Spn Arr Elpso Sunday 3 pt Arr Los Monday II20p- nn San Francisco Tuesday 0 lSpn Jill u Ttt Suite Kwfe l Mfortix Parties desiring to make comfortable trip t the territory mentioned will do well to cow inunicatewith U H Fowler Traveling Pauses ger Agent Louisville Ky WM ALVOBO KEIJOXD A O P A AB HASBOJ Q PA LonisTille K y Chicago ni dcc28Iy ANNOUNCEMENT rom comiTy ARCHKAto the action of the Democratic Party YDURNto tho action of the Democratic Party We are anthorlzed to announce D n TEVtS a thectlonWe are authorized to announce M M subJectJESSEconEto the action of the Democratic party FOB snzBirr PVAOERScounty subject to the action of the Democratic party WBALLARDSheriff subject to the action of the Democratic party We are aethrized to announce MARTIN GENTRY a candidate for Sheriff of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic are authorized to announce P B BROAD Madisoncountysubject POE ASSESSOX OLDHAMcounty subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce JAS L BAKER a candidate for Assessor of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party Wc are anthorlzed to announce GEORGE NOLAND a candidate for Assessor of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic are authorized to anl G W DEATUERAGB a candidate for Assessor of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce BUD DUNN of the Olade District a candidate for Assessor subject to the action of the Democratic party POE lAILBL We are authorized to announce JAMES C LACKEY a candidate for Jailer of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic are authorized to announce PETER G PARRISU a candidate for Jailer of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce JACK ROSS a candidate for Jailer of Madison county for one term only subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce F J PER KINS a candidate for Jailor subject to the action of the Democratic party FROM RICHMOND TO NEW YORK AS SEEN 5BY ONE WHO JOURNEYED THITHER CE WOOpS Beginning at New York and coining West I will briefly run over the events transpiring ou my 2400 miles journey two weeks ago GOEBELS DEATH I probably kept better posted in New York concerning Mr Goebels condition than did citizens in the out skirts of Frankfort fur papers were Issued every hour with bulletins from his bedside While I was in the press- room of the World I saw on one press ikbig letters Goebel Is Worse and cm Another in letters six inches tall Goebel Is Dead As a matter of fact lie had not yet passed away but the papers of the metropolis are ever aux ious to place the news on the street first and tho receipt of the mere word dead caused the mammoth machinery to grind out in sixty seconds the news prepared in advance TAYLORS MISTAKE Eastern people lost all interest in Mr Taylors contest wheu liEs opponent was slain There was such a revulsion of feeling that instead of viewing Goe bel as a fiend Jncarnate the martyred leader contesting1 tor what he believed to be his rights was accorded his just but too tardy weed of praise This is one of hundreds condemnatory ex pressions of the assassination from Re publican papers Right and justice are not established by the mctlipus of the murderer TJie man who fired the cowardlv shots at Senator Goobel has injured his cause a thousand times more than it could have been injured by its enemies- It was said oi the Freuchmaiyjf half a century ago that when an election went against him he was wont to retire with a musket to an upper window and express his displeasure therewith on his opponents in the street Political of all sort are not suited to the United States They will not be tolerated even in Kentucky BRYAN IS A JACKASS On the traiu a drummer pointed to a picture of Mr Bryan and sail He is a Jackass Why said I not rel ishing the compliment froro time Yan kee Because said he if Hilly Bryan would drop the silver issnewhich is now forever settled he could sweep the country I myself a Republican would vote for him for he is a pure man I believe with positive cpnvic tionsthoroughly American in hisideas andconsistently opposed to trusts 1 asked the drummer why he could not support Bryan anyhow since silver Is dead Well he replied 1 have a family to support an old father who was recently bankrupted anti I cannot afford to oven talk Bryan for my em ployers would oft with my head iu a JUly Then it is coercion that keeps you from voting your sentiments Anti so it Is Negroes cant vote In the South I lieartl in Pennsylvania and white men cant vote for Bryanin ih 1nrly 2000 LETTERS A DAY Nevertheless this and other evi dences of Mr Bryans unpopularIty in that section naturally depressed me and I was glad to reach Washington City wlioro I heard this statement quotedIrom Mr Bryan VI all receiv lug 2000 letters every day from men all over the Union wlio yotedagalDst me in 90 who will suportthe this year if I am rcnominated And then I went Qut an took flno all myself just to celebrate in afivatlwjlhc victory of a man who has never had to retract a public utterance coijceal a private act or turn a somersault on any public question since his came into public life On ther contrary ibe Presiilent changes his Vi witbhis socks But It will all come out in this wash next Nbveai tier OUR SENATORS IUstehed to SenatoV Chandler the man whose ear Joe Blackburn once pulled debate the Gold Standard Bill Republican though ho was Le announced ills intention to vote against Itand he did Picturing the inequal ities and injustice of such legislation ho dramatically closed his scholarly address thus And Mr Presidt whyi these calamities come to pnss thou canst nut say that I did ill And there sat Deboe Deboethe the figure naught a man whose pres ienco In the United Slate Senate is but little more useful to Kentucky than representation by a postal card he walked about like an overgrown school boy waiting for school to kt out I sM fofifce jsltery with It tfetur oOIU martyred Governor oa myr coat 0 i c wondered if the bloody scenes at Frank fort that Deboe had predicted long in advance disturbed the serenity of his huge coiporosity Senator Lindsay was III his seat but I hear his name discussed for Supreme Judgeship fur the Republican positioll he has taktu Oil iinportaiit public questions Bud I was sorry that Kentucky Democracy fur the first titqe in years had no representation in the senate SIGHTS IN WASHINGTON AND NEW YOKK I visited the Corcoran Art Gallery and grand though it is it will not compare with the Metropolitan Museum of Fine Arts which I saw in New York Jtrel1tInof Americans in the court of the Rus sian Emperor in 1865 I recognized easily the form and features of our own Gen C M Clay then Minister to Rus sin I crossed the great Brooklyn bridge and boarded the battleship ludianaand SAW the torpedo boat Winslow on which was killed Lt Bagley the only American naval ofllcer killed by the Spanfards I saw the spot on Wall Street in New York where Washington took the Presidential oath the first time I saw old Trinity church over Rlldldomeondjiighest point in New York Near by was a 29story building about 380 feet tall The Washington Monument SundayIHowever I entered the Philadelphia public building the largest structure on earth covering four acres whose greatest tower height is G50 feet only 5 feet lower than the Washington Mon ument OIIEEKEDiIY OLD KENTUCKY nOME As the crowd was assembling at Madison tquare Garden for the windup of the FasigTipton sale a dozen or more negroes stable men and care takerswho came up with the Ken tucky horses consigned to the sale happy that their work was finished and they were about to start for their Blue Grass home gathered on the north side KentuckyHome South after the manner of field hands on the pantations when the days work is done For a moment the crowd could not realize what was going on but es the clear full voices of the Ken tucky blacks filled tho great garden conversation ceased until the lastnote of the song died away when there was a burst of applause such as had seldom been heard in Madison Square Garden At Bethlehem Pa are the great steel works where large artillery and armor for battleships are made At Easton is Lafayette College and the old Moravian church and school in which Gens Washington and Lafayette had head quarter not far away is Valley Forge KINDRED VIRGINIANS Washingionavlllo Va I visited Monticello the home of Jefferson It is unchanged save for the natural decay of a century It is on a mountain whence the view stretches Go miles to Richmond on the James At the base of the mountain is the city the seat of the great Universi tyof Virginia Here I met two flis tingnished citizens Col Thos Preston aged 84 a brotherinlaw of Gen Wade Hampton and Capt Micajah Woods for 30 years commonwealths attorney oppositionfromto the Capertons Goodloes Burnarup Rodes etc hereabouts and had 20 blood relatives in the last Constitutional Convention of Kentucky His daugh ter Maude a young lady of extraordi nary beauty was sponsor for the Army of Virginia four States nt the meet jug of Confederate Veterans last year LEE AND JAOKSON At Lexington Va I visited the tombs of these idols of every Southern er Lees is a recumbeutstatueof pure whito marble Jacksons of bronze Lee is burled beneath the chapel of WashinKtonkJee University lentered his office and there untouched since 1870 hells pen papers books etc etc just as he left them all in the perfect order that was characteristic of Him everything in its place Near Jacksons tomb was the shaft of Genet Pendleton an old Episcopal minister Leos chief of staff It was ho who said Shoot low boys and may God have mercy on their the Yankees souls And the day was won AT BETHANY I have heretofore described my pleas ant meeting with Mrs Martha Hanger at Staunton Here is Miss Baldwins fa moos school for girls where many Richmond ladies were educated I was yet to visit Bethany W Va Alexan der Campbells old borne and hence tI hurried on left this place 40 years ago on horseback to Maysville and there sat on the Ohio river bank five or ten days waiting lor- a steamboat for Wellsburg need not spend over 12 hours on the train now TO Hjmtiiigton via the C O thanks- t Governor P G Barney and Col JG Cramer of that excellent road is only five hours from Richmond Thence up theOIilo River road 250 miles to Wellsburg is about eight hours Tfien aaeveu milo ride on electric cars soon to be in operation and you are in tilt shadow of the inpuriment ot the founder of the great Christian church of America Alexander Campbell Here is the college ho founded and the church In which lie preached Dr J U Kersey of Kentucky University is the able President and Prof Henry S Green recently of Central University highly esteemed here as everywhere leading Professor The college is to re ceive n 200000 endowment soun and her many entucky alumni might place some of their loose change to good advantage by aiding their alma mater to take foremost position in the col lege wor- ldPSFor courtesies shown me while in Washington IBM indebted to Messrs Milo SbanksW F Schooler and Mr Davidson Seely 9fCol1fr man FItz- patrIck Mr John Alversons child was ill ol scarlet fever and WM quar antined Ta Cir nCw hi Heir Take IiitariivB Br MHO QiiH Table All drmwfetf rrfujHi tin Money if V IlKtilr I j KIND WORDS FOR BECKHAM Cripps Beckham is absolutely hottest capable tree from blame of any kind h his public life and exemplary in his private life He is not offensive but positive determined and firm without being stubborn While ho has courage In his convictions he is willingrat all limes to listen to and accept the advice of lila friends when they propose the correct idea He is free from all vie ioueness just equitable and fair ills nature is to be careful painstaking and persistent ascertaining what his course upon public questions should be Af ter the question is determined he is open with his opinions and free from anything and everything approaching the demagogue He is not what is known as practical politician He is too fair truthful and justto be one His political preferment thus far in life have come to him without serious effort The public estimate of his worth has been his success All In all he will beyond question make a chief executive who will In a diligent nail intelligent search find much to be done while his prudence caution and conservatism will keep him clear of serious mistakes The relnsof govern ment could not be in safer hands The people should elect him to tho full term and heres hoping they will Bardstown Sentinel Robbed the Grave A startling incident of which Mr John Oliver of Philadelphia was the subject is narrated by him as follows I was in a roost dreadful condition My skin was almost yellow eyes sunk en tongue coated pain continually in back and sides no appetite gradually growing weaker day by day Three physicians had given me up Fortunately a friend advised trying ElectricBit tees and to my great joy and surprise the first bottle made a decided improve ment I continued their use for three weeks and am now a well man I know they saved my life and robbed the grave of another victim No one should fail to try them Only 50 cents per bottle at Perry Thomas Dreg Store Suc cessors to W G White 5 A newspaper but holds the mirror up to nature and reflects the doing of the world good bad and indifferent The mirror is not responsible for what is reflected in its face Many a crime has been prevented through fear of newspaperpublicity and many a public and semipublic institution is run on correct lines through a wholesome dread of the newspaper Papers can not be run to suit everybody nor as everybody think they should be run Charity is exercised in every neWspa- per office much more than is generally supposed and many a scandal that is wafted in from the outside world is wisely suppressed and never allowed to blazuu forth Campbellsvillo Journal Wm Orr Newark 0 says We never feel safe without One Minute Cough tire in the house It saved my little boys life when he had the pneumonia We think it is the best iiiedicine made It curescoughs and all lung diseases Pleasant to take harmless and gives immediate results Perry Thomas The National Committee lisa called the Democrats to meet in Kansas City July 4 to nominate a candidate for President ofthe United States Jt is almost centainty that Mr Bryan will received the nomination He ig the logical candidate of the party Is it not about time that the Democracy of Kentucky was healing Its factional wounds and preparing for the greatest contest for party principles that has ever taken place n the history of our National Government For our part we are willing to forgive anti forget the past and Join hands in the common cause for Democratic supremacy Campbellsville Journal A Frightful Blunder Will often cause a horrible Burn Scald Cut or Bruise Bncklens Arni ca Salve the best in the worldwill kill the pain and promptly heal it Cures Old Sores Fever Sores Ulcers Rolls Felon Corns all skin eruptions Boat Pile cure on earth Only 25 cents a box Cure guaranteed Sold by Per ry Thomas Druggist 5 Notwithstanding that many farmers have begun to turn their attention to the muleraining Industry it is claimed that it will be four or five years before the stock of mules is fully replenished lhere was never such a scarcity of them In the couutry while the demand ill strong and increasing In strength Farmers know that mule money is the most satisfactory that they can get hold of and business men have learned that a thousand dollars of money paid Out in the country formulas has greater effect than the same amonnt paid for wheat or any other commodity Mule money pays more debts than any other kind of money for some reasouLarue- County Herald Rev W E Sitzer W Oaton N Y writes I had dyspepsia over 20 years and tried doctors and medicines with out bonefit I was persuaded to use Kodbl Dyspepsia Cure and it helped me from the start I believe it to be a panacea fur all forms of Indigestion It digests what you eat Perry Thomis An item is going the rounds about a girl dying from tight lacing A Mis souri jedltor commenting ou the fact says Tho corset should be done away with and if girls cannot live without being squeezed we suppose men can be found who will sacrifice them eelves We would rather devote three hours a day without i farthing of pay than to see the girls dying off in this manner Office hours moet any old time LAnirsForrelief of women Cites tar Tansy Tablets worth their weight in gold A safe and certain monthly regulator Slabox MUKDOCK CDBE Co ndv291yv Atlanta Ga The municipal expenses of London are 70000000 The municipal ex pense of Paris are 65000000 The muniuiptd expwaec ot New York are- i400O00 Mrs Harriett E M Hinsdate lIt writeti I sever ail to relieve my usingOneifeel eife without it Quickly cures coufrhs ooIdKriand t r tand lung tisesssL rwry k Thomas I L irarcr YOU FASHIONS A lovely afternoon gown Is ot thin blank cloth with wide collar and un dcrslceves yoko and belt of soft twine colored muslin or lace There is n tucked under bodice of creamcolored chiffon and the buttons are of silver entinclled in collars Crepe crepe de chino and crcpon lend themselves admirably to the long clinging skirts and draped waists in vogue Tho various shades of gray and tan continue to be very popular Ladies with infants to be baptized will be interested in the exquisite christening robes shown by Best Co who will be happy to hear from them upon this subject or any other apper taining to the outfitting of boys and girls and babies A dainty conceit in spring millinery is a hat of pink tulle trimmed fetching ly with purple orchida The polka dot and the bolero are liped up In the very front rank of pop ular fashions No back seat for them The waists of some new gowns are so constructed and trimmed that they resemble evening gowns This is accom pushed by having a round or square yoke extending to the top of the bust of a different material and color lighter of course from the gown This also trims the top of the sleeves in a manner to support the illusion A handsome gown shown at Lord Taylors is of pale pastal blue cloth with the yoke and upper part of this sleeves of pink panne velvet EVELYN CABLE saysDeWittsbring certain relief cure my headache and never gripe They gently cleanse and invigorate the bowels and liver Perry Thomas A SOUTHERN JAMBOREE Ve have just received from the pub lishersa copy of this most unique mus- Ical composition It is certainly oue of the most catchy and attractive pieces of music that we have ever heard It is almost impossible to keep your feet still while it is being played and it is making as big a hit as Georgia Camp Meeting A sufficient guarantee of its merits is tile fact that it is from the pen of Mr J W Lorman the compos er of the now famous Kaya Kaya Dance It has been dedicated to Mr Thos F Shannon and introduced by him anti his famous 23rd Regiment Band N G S N Y Mr Shannon who was formerly manager of Sousas Great Band knows a good thing when he sees it and he is having such sue W3S3 in playing it thatSonsa Innis Brooke Washington Marine and all time largest and best known bands in the country have taken it up and are now playing It to most enthusiastic au diences The regular price of this music is 50 cents per copy but if our renders will be sure to mention the name ot this paper they can secure a copy by sending 20 cents to the Union Mutual Music Co 20 E 14th street New York PUTNAM FADELESS DYES are fast to sun light washing and rubbing Sold by C L Searcy Waco Ky Thomas Adams PauolaKy I A Tribute to Judge Buckner Dr W W Cleaver one ot the moit noted physicians in Central Kentucky a courtly Kentuckian a man of culture and wide influence says of tho late Richard A Bucknor once Judge of this circuit in the Lebanon Enter priseJudge Richard A Buckner died at his home in Lexington the 18 inst aged 89 years He was born in UreenB burg Ky in 1310 Was the son of Judge Richard lu kner who had tev eu soils five of whom were distinguish ed lawyers and politicians He was the n6blest Roman of them all Was never married but lived and worked for his people Like his Luther he wts one of the grandest men Kentucky ever produced The late n II Roun tryo read law with his Itherat Greens burg Judge Buckner was the grent uncle of Mrs Elms Montgomery and Mrs W W Cleaver of Lebanon rALTHY TL1 A with a thin head of hair is a marked man But the big H AIRbald spot the k kind of a mark most r men like Too many men in their twenties are bald This is absurd and all unnecessary Healthy hair shows mans strength To build up the hair from therootsto prevent anc1tQ cure baldness use man airu- iQoT It always restores r color to faded or gray r hair NOtice that word always And itcures dandruff Jtee a Settle AH 4ngl4tJ 4y business call me out IlCIstra a t deal I I- actuUrfee1 aessM ev517 time I would take off my hat hair was so thin ythe liirJtIe poss so lately I began tim uo of four Ha vi or lee throe JBOjtU Taiy suid I JIao 5 See a bcM of air a 1 erlutL wllML aM tbcysltwuetbawosdeffUlresieety Dec w 1S We ba ft MeIt as The sdScalp w w will s4 ks a reqamet If ye ds n oIoWaI tN oeterIitDz J C AYL weU IirA 4 II 00 11 VIOL BR HEADQUARTERS FOn SEWING MACHINES SEWING MACHINES Orders taken for PIANOS and ORGANS Repairing a Specialty JggnOFFiCE opposite Court House with Freeman Bros JanVMy Remember fflOThat I have purchased the stock of groceries re centlyowned by Mr J M Asbill near L N De pot aud am now prepared to furnish and deliver fresh goods to any part of the 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 A L GOT janm- itfaoi lill Iuo Insure your dwellings barns and other prop ertyln the BLUB GRASS 1NSUKANCB COM PANY of Lexington Ky a home Institution Gives protection against FIRE LIGHTNING AND TORNADO No assessment calls on members when losses occur to other members and no initiation fee charged to 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 onehalf after the first For further information call on their agent attorneyatlawRlcbmond Conrt house next door to State Bank Trust Company upstairs JH CARTER rrei- mkyMly C C BOSWORTH Setfy KodolDyspepsia Digests what you eat It artificially digests the food and aids Nature In strengthening and reconstructing the exhausted digestive organs It is the latest discovered digest ant and tonic No other preparation can approach it in efficiency It in permanentlycuesDyspepsia SlckHeadacheGStralglaCrampsanaall Prepared by Eo C DeWItt ACe Crjleago For tale by Perry Thomas TRADEMARKSPATEN FREENoticeCharges moderate No fee till patent Is secured Letters strictly E SIGGERS pat nt tawierWasi- ulngtonbCDVCNR iv r FOR WEAK MENT- he great French Temrdyls vllhla reach of every American It nets powerfully and quickly A New Man Phrtlcalh Perfect U the result of 30 din use cf flEGEKERQ Younsmcn will regain their lost manhood and Old Men will recover their youthful vlcor Itflu ono for business study or marriage RECENER3 U the greatest Nerrirn na scd li this country Can In vest pocket By t 0 pcrljor or six for S5CO We cheerfully refund money hero MX boxen donot effect n cure Circulars free Addrcsit tho American oQco of BORBEHUX SEDICE Co CS SSfW For tale by Perry Thomas septl3ly 25O00INj Cash Premiums ARE BEING OFFEHED BY TIlE CiDciDai EINIJiIlF- OR Nearest Correct Guesses on the Population o the United States 5o be rijportqd by ti U S Qir5us Bureau for 1900 The first census of the United States was tak n in 1810 Since thin every succeeding ten ears The result otdich census has been as follows Year Year Fopulallnn 1820 1810 ISM 3tU3321 1830 PoulatronIJ 1870 135 8171 IM 015571 ISM ISM 62622250 tIers you hare the figures of a hunts of calcu lation The problem njrar Is What will be the of the United States excluding recent acquisitions britthe total of States Territories and the District of Columbia To the flrstnesrest correctgaess recd fiOCO To the Second J i 1500 To the Third 750 To the Fourth 500 To the Fifth 250 To the Slxth 2C- the Seyenth iso To the next 10 ii hi amounting to1ii 60 wo ii ino its 2500 roo H 5000 1530 i a i 7 0 Total OOO1UD0untID Readers of the CLIMAX can avail themselves Of this offer by payment to us of a years subscription to the CUMiUC and for the WKEK LYESQUIBEU Costing Only 200 IB case of tie cuesseJl noaey to bo qsily uepSMSIsof Wi UntlMake your paymeoti to the CU1IALI1iNTINfCe lCHMOND XL h A Rubber tire Factory Here Mr S L Midkiff has installed the first and only plant in the county for the construction and repair of rubber tires for vehicles and is turning out factory work at less than factory prices We examined lila work and found it equal to any in service He will be pleased to exhibit his own factory work and quote prices He pats rubber tires on old wheels and the life of the vehicle is prolonged so that twice their cost is saved not to mention the com- fOrt derived oct25tl NEW r co THE SOMETHING TO EAT 1 ALL DAY And midnight FINE RESTAURANT r OYSTERS ALL STYLES REGULAR MEALS FRUITS CANDIES TOBACCO CIGARS SSTHAM SANDWICHES r- AND COFFEE 1NextxeX L READY awFOR T- 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Sfl1 dsed Ptl Ir The Richmond Climax J 0 CHENAULT Ilroprietor- A D MILLERDnsinesa Manager O E WOODSEdltor WEDNESDAY MARCH 7 1000 rOBLISHKU KVKRY WEDNESDAY BY The Climax Printing Co PRICK IKU YEAR 150 IIox UARVEV HELM wants to go to the National convention ns delegate horn the 8th District says the Stanfont Interior Journal it the Democrats of the other counties knew his true worth as a party man both as a worker and as a contributor to the cause they would be as unanimous for him as those of Lincoln will doubtless be Mr Helm certainly won lila spurs in the last election and is entitled to ride the finest horse our people can give him though this is purely ono of honor without any emoluments whatever TilE stone which the Republican builders rejected is become the head of the corner John W Yerkes over whom the Taylor machine ran rough shod at the Lexington convention last summer is called upon now to pull the unspeakable Taylor out of a hole which his incapacity and unfitness got him into An accidental nominee for Attorney General and a machinemade candidate for Governor without mental moral or political capacity will require more than the brains and respectability of Mr Yerkes to save him from ever lasting political damnation The Washington correspondento the Pantograph bewailing the fact that a low Democrats still retain jobs under this administration offers 50 cents in gold standard money for a feasible plan for kicking said Democrats out Says he If the Democrats can hold the best pkcos under Republican administrations why should they dusire a change What are or what can the Republi cans do about it Will they spend their time and monev in organizaing and canvassing the thin State for the Republican ticket in order that these Democrats be maintained in their posi tons or can this work he done best bv the beneficiaries themselves Fifty cents will be paid fur a feasible solu tion to the problem if mallet to the above address Well reallyit is too haI11I1t wendvise you to swallow the dose aa it was com pounded in the Civil Service drugstore an institution proudly fathered and mothered by the Republican party A feasible solution of your trouble however is this Keep your bowels open vote the Democratic ticket and Civil Service will be abolished Fifty crnts please THKKH hiss never been such a revolt in the party of any lresldent as we see to day in Republican party Mc Kinleys imperialism is denounced from shore to sbotu by men who have never before faltti il in their allegiance to the G O P His Porto Rican sorr erwuilt is despised by statemen of his own partyone of tho most conspicuous of whom exPresident Harrison says I regard tho policy as a most serious departure from the right principles The trusts that owe their existence to llio high tnrilf which Andrew Car nfgiH one of ihe shrewdest of Repub Jials says lls the mother of the trunis And riiiiilly the a iiiist ra tioiiV discouragement f every attempt toexpniss tvinpHtliy for the Boere in tli ir spartan ll lr for liberty and the HayPaiiucelnie tieity surrendering great right at IlntUli holiest have caused true Anifiiians who bolieve with General Woud that money is not everything tll open their eyes in auiMzetiient May wo all live to seethe tl Lt11111h of hiit man and that par ty who still lioltevti in and uphold the Constitution thu liuclamtlon of Inde pendence the Monroe Doctrine and the Money of tho Constitution In vain we calljold notioaii fudge And bend our conscience to our dealing The commandment will not budge And stealing will continue stealing ILLUSTRATIVE of the unfortunate nail miAniericiin attitude the Uuited States has assumed whether she will or not by seizing posKeseion of the Philippine Islands we quote front the Ottawa Canada Events In the discussion of tIme Hay Paunrofote treaty the New York Sun and other American papers have been quotini the Monroe Doctrine which it an evidence of a good deal of presump thou Time was when the Unite States could lay down the law for the American continent with some show ol rfcht as the dominant power but whatever right they once had was abrogat ed by the entrance of Iewes fleet into Manila Hay and the seizure of the Spanish posR Rsion That was an interference with a European power in a ijuarterso remote from tIme American continent it had nothing to do with it No one denies the riiiht the American had to seize the territory of a nation ai GirtBroverCo11 LEXINGTON KY When It Comes ToI The Question of household nepdnyon should not attempt to decile until you have Keen the special opportunities we Ire openitiCjfor you this week eUAprA1NI About 25 pairs of heavy Chenille f tortieres at 25 gl75 2 and 160 a pair 200 yards Muslin at 12c a yard 400 pairs ot Lace Cur slims The to oj We told you last week of our RUG ALII Well It was such an unqualifind success that we have added the following new ones for Felling this week 100 Miter Rugs 50c 75o 50 Moquelte HUKS Inart h size l00 1 Brnssoll Rug 6 fL by 9 ft 1100 Axminter Hug 10 ft fl in by 12 ft 1500 1 Wilton KIIK Sit 3 in by 10 ft S120- 0Tiiese last three anda large numbor of others are made up in our store from Rmnantsand the price on theta is far below the value of the carpet C1F1BroerCo11 lAIN AND BROADWAY LxrGoft1 Ky q4It 0 which they were at war but when they exercised that they assumed all the responsibilities that went wlthit In short the Americans can not expect that they can meddle with the powers of Europe and not be meddled with In return In the seizure and retention of respectfornot expect that others are going to show more respect for it than them selves The American continent has been thrown into the whirl of International po1itlcs and the United States did it To quote the Monroe Doctrine now is a farce Mr Combs Could Not Be BrIbed by a Seat in The- Legislature SOME FACTS TO DE BORNE IN MIND When Wra Goebol waa shot down for peacefully trying to maintain his legal rights in ategal way the heart of the nation was horrified and much criticism of his course was turned into sympathy for him anti indignation at the murderous settlement of political debts The county of Madison might now be represented in the lower house of the Legislature hind Mr Combs consented to vote against a certain Democratic bill which mighty influences are striv- Ing to defeat but Mr Combs spurned time overtures and denounced the proposition to sell his convictions for a seat for which he was making a legalcon test and which some Republicans of the Legislature believed would be awarded Tho neighbors and friends of our exRepresentative should remember his honorable attitude in this crisis and remember that in addition that he would have established bis right to the seat had he not refused to barter away his convictions on matters of vital importance to the people of Madison county Saturdays Courier Journal tells of the Inwardness of this scheme which fell through on account of Mr Combs manly refusal to sell out COMBSHAIIHIS COXTEST All the members of the Combs Har ris contest from Madison county were Democrats Messrs Lafferty Stout and Egbert signed the majority report and Messrs G T Berry and the minority in favor of Mr Combs the Democrat HARRIS REP KEEPS HIS SEAT The vote was taken first on the mi nority report which was defeated by a vote of 53 to 30 tIme following Demo BagbyBairdHinton Holt Klair Latterly Mimms Orr W C Ray Stout Willingham rhe majority report was then adopt ed by a vote of 53 to 39 seating Mr Harris CAXTI1IL GOES AFTER THEM Mr Cantrill closed the argument for prolongedwould Inv bare some facts which all- Democrllts shouldconsider I charge and am prepared to sustain the charge here or elsewhere said Mr Cantrillcthat Democratic members on this floor this morning went to Mr Combs time Democratic contestant and offered to vote to seat him if he would have his contest post poned until after the House unit acted upon the McChord Railroad mil Mr Klair here rose in his seat and tried to interrupt Mr Cantrill who would not yield- Continuing in his earnest manner Mr Cantrill said The railroad eatingMrcontempt thotTer of certain ailroad members of this House who sought to make a bargain with him Several of profurwin with a compromise stained with the corporation1he recognize what they are fighting That L and X lobby has been ifchting you ami would stop short at nothing to de teat the Mchord Huh lhey know that Mr tombs is a Stateplatform Democrat and if seated would vote for the hill lie has a strong case chargesIcided not on its merits but because Combs is in favor of the McChord Bill and certain Democrats are trying to keep him out of the seat to which he is entitled I have seen here this morning on this floor and see here now the slimy work of that L and N lobby Like Mr Goebel and many other contestants Republicans as well as Democrats who had a perfect right to contest if they believed been unlairly beaten at the polls Mr Combs yielded to the demand of his party and instituted steps to establish his claim to the seat Instead of shooting him down as Mr Goebel was it was sought to buy him off by promises refusing which Mr Combs was defeated Of Mr Harris we have nothing but the kindest feelings and the highest rca pect Heand Mr Combs made their race without bitterness or personalities and are today good friends It was a ques tion of law and fact and from Mr Can trills charges one will natural v suppose that the burden of proof was on the side of Mr Combs PERSONAL Mr Joe Thurman was in Louisville Friday on business We are glad to chronicle the improvement of Mrs Mat S Cohen Miss Lucy Adams Is Improving after a painfull illness from thrust trouble Mrs J S Richardson of Delta La is visiting her mother Mrs OJ Cot hits Miss Sallie Tavlor is at home from a visit to Mrs J Tevis Wilkoreon at LexingtonMr S Bronston of Lexington attended the funeral of Miss Geneva Moberley on Monday Miss Bessie Lackey is at home from n visit to her sister Mrs WW AYiil iamson of Lexington Mr Harry Francis of was here on Monday and attended Miss Moberley buriaL discussOurCrooke tomorrow night Judge and Mrs J M Bentonof Winchester attended the burial of Miss Geneva Moberley on Monday Mr and Mrs E p Clark attended the marriage of his sister Miss Moddie Clark at Winchester last week Dr T P and Joo 8 Gardner of Irvine attended the burial of Miss Geneva Moberley at this place Monday Mr and Mrs James B Franklin nee Miss Moddle Clark oi Winchester spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs E P ClarkMr and Mrs Nelson Prewitt Gay of Clark county whim their handsome little son are the guests of Mr and Mrs T D Chenault Mrs Wm B Smith U greatly im proved and her manv devoted friends are happy in the assurance that she Is now out of danger On Friday Mr and Mrs Green B Tur weddingThethe kind in many mouths tIts Lilly Buckley has just returned from Louisville where blm purchased notionsMiss Mattie Elisapb little daughter ol Mr and Mrs Hugh G McElwaine eel obrated her third birthday last Thursday with a party given to a few little ones in the immediate neighborhood Mr lion S Vanmeter winner of the IntercollegIateOratorical visit to his home at Curktlaseburgi much to the delight of his many friends hereTomorrow at 215 m at the resi dence of the brides mother Mrs A T JViillipn Mr Robert E Adams of lxroi yule and MiSs Viola Million wil be united In marriage Rev W R Lloyd officiating Laat eccnlnjMiss Mary W Bennett upon ths eve ut her mtxriqp to Mr P Collies JI Y1 a handsom dlBR- tioMJ frl ml UlMhom et ltf n4IThq rquiet after which Mr and Mrs Colllas for their home at New What com Washington where the groom is a prosperous druggist and Influential citizen Although this removes far from her relatives and friends this ex cellent and popular young lady there must be the greatest satisfaction in the fact that she will be quite near one of her dearest relatives Mrs Elizabeth Bennett McCord who resides afFair haven less than an hours ride from New Whatcom To Mr and Mrs Collies are extended this morning in ad vance the best wishes of a large circle of friends The following beautif nlly engraved an nouncement worn mailed in New York Citv and received by Kentucky friends of the bride and groom- MrSichoUw V White and Mias Elite Dean Burns announce their marriage on Tuesday February the twentyBeventh nineteen hundred New York City At Home after March the fifth KentuckyMr are domiciledat Mrs rhos Thorpes where they are re ceiving the congratulations of many friends The following handsomely engraved invitations have been received by Rich mond friends of the contracting parties Mr and Mrs Joseph Bnroslde invite you to be present at the daughterBesiie to George Allen McBoberta Wednesday evening March fourteenth nineteen hundred- at eight oc101k- Preab1erlan church Lancaster Kentucky The brideelect is a beautiful young lady extremely popular and is well known in Madison being a cousin of Miss Fannie E Watts whom she has frequently visited Mr McKoberts who it will be recalled was an attend ant at the SeveranceHeath wedding here two years ago resides at Stanford and is a fine business ma- nDEAT11S COOKE Friends of John Royall Cooke C U 91 will learn with regret of the death of his mother at Margau na Va February 6 olr Cooke was graduated at C U with highest honors and subsequently preached at Burn side Prilaaki county Ky HURST Mrs Thos Hurst wife of the wellknown east end grocer died on Sunday morning of pneumonia and was buried on Monday evening awed about 25 years She had been sick only a short while and leaves a hus band and an infant only a week old Most women think they knov a good deal about money matters There is more Catarrh in this section of the country than all other disease put together and until the last few years was supposed to be incurable For a great many years doctors pronounced it a local disease and prescribed local remedies and by con stantly failing to cure with local the treatment pronounced it incurable Science has proven catarrh to be a con stitutional disease and therefore re constitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by F J Olienev Co Toledo Ohio is the only constitutional treatment on the market It is taken internally in doses from 10 drops to a teaspoonful It nets directly on the blood and mucous sur faces of the system They offer 100 for any case it fails to cure Send for circulars and testimonials Address F J CHENEy CO Toledo O Sold by all druggists 75 cents Halls Family Pills are the best 1m Sheriffs SaleF- OR TAXES 1899 OF Land Town Lots H H Colver Sheriff of Madison countywill offer at public sale in front of the Court House door in Richmond Kentucky on MONDAY APRIL 2D 1900 It being County Court day between time hours of 10 a m and 6 p m the following property to Day the taxes against the same for tho year 1899 White List RICHMOND NO1 Ayers Nannie B nr 1 town lot 200 Baxter Rebecca hrs 1 town lot 500 Baxter Mrs Polly 20 acres land 110 B room Geld Sam Jr 1 town lot SO Bush Joe 1 town lot 700 Cristie Mrs Lottie 30 acres land 830 Comnelisomi J Reed I lot 1200 Crandall Wm 1 lot 400 Carr Joe Admr T G Hacker 2 Iota 1600 Clary Mrs Mary 1 lot 400 Davis Mrs Sallie 1 lot 850 Dudley Mrs Nettie B nri lot 4000 Garrison Bottle B etc nr 1 lot 800 Gentry Mrs Kate for 9893 1 lot 200 Harrison 0 nor 10 town lots 800 Hagerman B C nr 3 town lots 150 Hicks Mrs Belle 2 town lots 900 IKelley Mrs Nora 1 town lot 550 Miller BD1 lot 800 Marcnm James A 1 lot 350 Maupin Mrs Fanny 98991 lot 500 Maupin Lizzie D 1 lot 750 Multiuser Fred 1 lot 250 McKeuna John 3 lots 6600 Nelson Mrs Fannie 1 lot 300 Nelson Mrs Ed T 1 lot 100 Parker Mrs Rebecca 1 lot Perkins Mrs Lou 1 lot Roberts Mrs M J 1 lot 500 Uymell John W 1 lot 500 Rice Charles Ilrlilotr 500 Schmitdz Mrs Liza bra 1 lot 1500 Smith W H Jr 1 lot 2000 Strangber Sam lire 1 lot 4 300 Taylor L Z Agt Bart Taylors hrs 104 acres f2100 Trower Thomas 39 acres v 11Q UrmstonT E nr 1 lot 2000 Williams John M 1 lot 400 Wortham Joe B nr 1 lot 100 Wriuht Callie 1 lot jf 560 White Chas W I lot 500 FOXTOWN NO2 Asbill Hiram 2 acres 810 Dozier Horace 7 acres 410 Eldrldge John or L acres 2CO Embry Henry nr 8 lots 1000 Evans Vm brother and sister 16 acres 110 Forbes Henry B 50 acres 810 KitiR Sam nr 25 acres 110 Jackson Martha EGO acres 510 Jones Davesnr 42 acres 1010 Newby Mrs Lucinda 55 acres 710 Shanks David 82 acres 310 v UNION NO3 Asbill Mrs Jaby nr 4 acres 30 Bonny Nathan 4 acres 210 Bonny Mrs Mary Jaue hrs 19 acres210Den-nisJack R nr 50 acres 510 Green Martin 71 acres 610 jftule Younger 101 acres T 910 McCord Lucy F 3 acres 10 Oldham Hiram I nr 04 acres 510 Qutsenberry Mills Irs 8G acres 1010 Rayburn Jas 2 acres 70 Sexton A U 32 acres jShifflet Mrs Klee 22 acres 120 White Melvin nr 3 acres SO ELL1STON NO 4 Adams Allis W 35 acres 230 Cle1lanWm11lot 640 Coreelfeofl Mrs Elizabeth 7 aerw 118 Boater Curt B 20 acres1OFinn- oyMiryB 15 acres 30 Fielder Wra T5 acres a 17- 0GntryDaviJ3aeree 114 GrInsd SwMb 1 tot t gMftfr ThoaiX 78MMI f I BiBle Vm R 1 acre JHunter Wallace B 3 acres 0 I James Annie 1 acre 60 King FrascifM 15 acres 110 King Mrs Nancy 25 acres 110 Lackey Lucas 20 acres liD Lamb Susie Brown Church Snores 80 Lee Elizabeth fnr 10 acres 110 Leeford Sherman Cnr 35 acres 310 LambZack Admr Ann Teen 50 acres 260 Miller John T 1 lot 400 Nolaud Abo 7 acres 110 Poor Mrs Crnthia acres T 7 410 PlantierVAugnita 62 acres 610 Portwood Cling 3 acres 160- Portwooil Mao F 15 acres 70 Sams John 63 acres 410 Short John 60 acres 510 ToddD F andftfary hrs XJ7 acres S 080 WJlcox ThomaVJ 50 acres 410 YATES No 5 Abrams Martin 10 acres 00- AlcoruJohn M 12 acres 160 Alexander Marian 25 acres 60 Asbery Mrs Lydia 10 acres 310 Baker Shelton 130 acres 430 Carpenter Anderson 20 acres 00 Crowley Mrs Polly 7 acres 60 CelieRobt 50 acres 60 Estill John T 22 acres 1010 French James 40 acres 210 French George 20 acres 110 Gill James 100 acres 410 Glosup John 18 acres 110 Groves Tom 1 acre 60 Haly Wm B 100 acres 810 Harris Preston 5 acres 110 Harlow Mrs Martha J 75 acres 110 Hisle Wm D 2 acres v 30 Hurley Alfred 150 acres r 100 Jackson John P 35 acres 00 Jackson Susan 40 acres 4 210 Jackson Jas L 60 acres 410 Jones Elizabeth 20 acres 4 60 Johnson Sidney 2 acres 60 Johnson John W nr 157 acres 660 Kindred Surmna hrs 44 acres 610 Kindred Marian J 40 acres ISO Lamb Dullard 1 acre 60 Lamb Sarah E 50 acres 110 Lamb Silvester 20 acres 210 Lakes Santford 60 acres 310 Lakes Curt 40 acres 90 Lakes John M 75 acres 310 Lakes John 8j acres 310 Lakes Newton 150 acres 210 Lawson James 20 acres 260 Lain John P 50 acres 210 Lewis Wm W 22 acres 110 Laus John hrs 50 acres 140 Malacote Scott 65 acres 66O Moody Cash M 53 acres V 1190 Moody John for 9399 2 acres 60 Moore Henry Cnr 30 acres 210 Rose Wilson 7 acres 8T Rodgers Philip 10 acres 160 Rose Mas Sidney 30 acres 210 Rodgers Chas 100 acres 710 Bose J Van 30 acres 110 Rose Mrs Lucinda 23 acres 210 Standiier Simpson 30 acres 210 Standifer Joe vnr 20 acres 160 Vaughn Murray 7 acres 60 Wesley Mark 60 acres 410 Winkler Andrew J 86 acres 310 Willis Cash 60 acres 170 Witt Geo Cnr 26 acres 60 Wilson Fred 40 acres 150 Woolery John S 10 acres 40 Woodyard Lewis 3 acres 40 GLADE NO 6 Ambrose Bettie B 22 acres 410 u 1 lot T 300 Asberry Elizabeth 4 acres 60 Beasley Nick 1 acre 60 i3 nge Pitman 120 acres 810 Bennett Mary A 20 acres 310 Bogie Walter adm G W Bogie 210 acres lnoBowen Ollie nr 2 lots 700 Bratcher Wm SO acres I 510 Burnell Lyman 30 acres 110 Burnell Wm J Jr 1 acre 90 Burnam Harry hrs 206 acres 2470 Cates Geo W 60 acres 4 310 Canter Cbas 1 acre 20 Chit Mary 40 acres 210 Cornelius Dr Preston 1 lot 800 Combs Taltonnr2 lots 400 Coyle T J Jr 60 acres 310 Collins Jobn 10 acres 20 Crowcher John A 100 acres 210 Damrell Joseph SO acres 110 Deering Jas 60 acres 210 Durham Jas W 88 acres 220 EWer A JJ7 acres 360 Gaobard Green B 0 acres 260 Gabbard Mary A 2 acres 130 Gabbard Jobn Sr 20 acres 310 Galloway F B 67 acres 1010 Golden Mrs John 10 acres 160 Hays Philip 50 acres 210 Harrison Levi S 62 acres 210 Harrison Merritt agt Wm Stapp lira 19 acres 106 Hardin Mrs Lou 1 lot 300 Hurst Hrs nr 17 acres 160 Isaac Thomas 1 acre 20 Johnson Beverly S 9 acres 210 Johnson Alex 0 10 acres 110 Johnson Schnyler C 16 acres 210 Jones Gen il 22 acres 110 Kindred Ruben M 1 acre 310 Kindred Dave A 5 acres 60 Lackey Was H nr 50 acres 1220 Lewis Vim D 6 acres 360 Maupin Frank 1 lot 170 Maden John Jr 20 acres 60 Mitchell John nr 75 acres 410 310iMurrell Wm 40 acres 110 Parks Richard 75 acres 310 Pigg Samuel 275 acres 610 Pigg Hiram J agt John Pigg 140 acres 350 410IJot 250 90IReeves Joseph 55 acres 160 Robertson Reed E 5 acres 110 Roberts Wm M 30 acres 210 Rodgers Felix 50 acres up Rodgers Isiah 9 acres 210 Shockley Times nr 18 acres 70 Skinner Dan M 116 acres 460 Smith Hrs Grace 1 lot 250 Taylor Pendleton 27 acres 210 Tavlor Frank 7 acres JlO Thompson Harvey nr 1 lot 50 Todd Ensaii4acree 70 Tarpfn Robt 40 acres 110 Wallace Jas A ar 1 acre 60 Warn acut Dave T 91 acres 710 Williams Sarak A 49 acres V 410 Williams Silas J 60 acres ifet SO Woods EtH t 76 Ie ell iJiPLlQK- IRKSVILL Na McColtonCo Jl iojti Tva5oo Fowler John M Sr 10 acres 310 Gorden Sam G 1 aere 00 Hill Mrs Elizabeth Gd DII Long 1G acres v 210 McCarty James sir Genres V 410 Moore WmS J50 seres 410 Peel Wm40 acres 160 Pond Mute Nettie 4 Mf i 5JO Rbodoe John 1 aa v 60 Roberts Das 20 aerni 260 Boas Al x 89 aeN 2386 Sanders AllfeeA M 4 aree 180 Smith ilton18etN 160- Sesitb lrewJ 53 neees 160- TatwBj WJB B8 aeft8 i 5Jn Tsrnsr Xarxrett 2 MTM WhHBt0ls 160 Wke Grena 1 Mr 7- QXltLloX 01 Jrf irnneger Thos M 10 aCrEs 110 IdrtonWoods bra atfacres is 210 turton ElizabetK lJ aemea i f110 3urtonFredllot roo oo Jis AddloS acres iv 70 hitman Elbert 3 acres J 60 Hark MrsEiizabetii5rcn 5IOOJrcws John W 1 lot 50 otton Mrs Ellzi 49 acres 610 Duncan Ellen 9 acres 100 Davls Wesley 3 acres SO Fain Mrs Fannie 15 annusv IlCO ullilove Jas admr J B Fullllofe J 10 acres 110 Joins Cyrus IT 40 acres ito 5uIey Allen 22 acres 160 linger Mrs Lucy 22 acres T 160 harrison Win II k H F Yen 2- arrou 810 Harrison Win H A S F Y I lot 330 Hendren Mrs Malinda 50 acns 811 leathtnanrR XGd BerdieSnaaii hart 50 acres 510 13201KidwellSailieA Kidwell TownsenN 2 acres 20 Land Mrs Sallie 35 acres 410 Locker Wra 1 acre 60 Long Jas M 52 acres 610 Lowery Reuben 123 acres 202U Lowery Win Jr 3 acres Lowery Win Sr 1 acre 4 20 Long Jave 26 acres 270 Kidwell N T nf 11 lots 250 Moores Clarkio A 30 acres 260 Newby John C 15 acres 250 Newby Townsend S 1 lot 100 Horkins Drusilla 1 acre 50 Renfro Sanford 10 acres 110 Roberson Spicy ii 50 acres 410 Roberts Palsy Hiss 1 acre 110 Roberts Nancy Hiss 1 acre 20 Sebastin J N 12 acres 0 110 Sebastin Rufus 5 acres 110 Simpsoji SamTt acres iO Sowers Wrn P 1 jcre 2 Serflce Nannie nr 13 acres 1GO Stinnett Irvine 10 acres 80 Taylor Wm 1 lot 3QO Taylor Hiram 14 acres i 210 Teater Geo nr 21 acres 160 Tillett John W 4 acres 70 Tillett Mary and B Turner 3 acrs 00 Tudor Sallie 70 acres 710 Viuscent Louisa 12 acres 110 Wanner John 1 lot 100 Wheeler Cash 1 lot 250 Williams Howard 1 lot 200 Colored List RICHMOND NO IBreck Burgin 1 lot 700 Barnes Henry 1 lot 100 Barnes Rebecca 1 lot 400 Barnes Rebecca Henry 1 lot 180 Barnes Henry L McIIenry 1 lot 200 Bnrnam Chins 1 lot 250 Burgin Martha hrs I lot 350 Black Ednr 1 lot 500- BIythe Wm 1 lot 100 Ballew Lutcia 2 lots 500- Broimton Goo 1 lot 300 Boggs Thos 1 lot e 50 Blythe Bettie 1 lot COO Barnes Simon 1 hot 320 Covington Sarah 1 lot 200 Cobb Squro 1 lot v f 350 Cobb Win 1 lot 100 CruicherHayse2lot8 250 Chenault John 2 lots 450 Cornelison Alex 1 Jot 30Q- Covlngtou Sarah 1 lot 350 Cornelison Ed 1 lot 200 Campbell John 1 lot 300 Campbell Elder W 1 lot JOO Campbell Elder Wand E M Em bry 1 lot 100 Campbell Mat 1 lot 150 Dunham Adam and Ellen De jarnptt 1 lot 200 Ellison Nancie lot 100 Estill Robt nr 1 lot 200 Embry Rebecca 1lot MO Embry Julia Al lot 250 Mariah 1 lot 100 Francis Susan 1 lot 200 Hill Nathan 1 lot 150 Harris Ben 1 lot 300 Irvine Mariah hrsl lot 200 Irvine Joe 1 lot 4 200 Irvine Ellen 1 lot 150 Johnson Richard Hot 210 Long Fannie 1 lot360Mil- ler Wm 1 lot v 100 Miller Mollie 1 lot 250 Mitchell Mary 1 let 400 Morgan Annie Hot 160 Moss Millie 1 lot 4 300 Marlitt Irvine 4 acres 210 Marlitt Irviuell lot2001101Mathewsf NoUnd Celia 1 lotIOONol- and Allen 1 lot 200 Noland Lena 1 lot 300 Owens Green llot v 250 Parks Dudley 1 lot 1 i 200 Phelps Gee and WmMunday 1 lot i 150 Phelps Zenal lot 150 Phelps Jennie 2 lots 1250 Parks Gco Ann 110l 400 Postill Peter nr Hot 100 Phelps Mary 1 lot 200 Rice Belle agt K Donnaho lot 200 Rico Belle agt K Donnaho and L Pbelps bra 1 lot 200 Rice Goo aptSallre Jarinan 1 lot 600 Rhodes Lavlnfa bra lot Sfiepard Chas 2 lots 400 Stone Gen 1 lot 450 Stone Minerva 1 lot ISO Terrili Nannie 1 lot t 250 Turner Dan hrs lot 400 Turner Dan Jr1loti 150 Tomblin harry 1 lot J 170 Tribblo Harry 1 lot SCO Tribble Mary hrs 1 lot 500 Tribble John 1 lot 400 Tribble Mariah 1 lot 850 Tribblu Moss 1 lot 300 Walker Owen 1 lot 100 Walker Annie agt Tom Walker lira 1 lot 200 Walker Rybprn Hot 250 Walker Robt 1 lot 300 Walker Wallace 1 lot 100 Walker Wm 1 lot 300 Wells Joe 1 lot 150 White Wm Hot i 4Q White Rose Jr 1 lot 100 White Davo 1 lot 200 White JasAl lot 100 Do AgtiAm n arKarr 19 acres J60 Do Agt JeifDWalkernr 2 lots 300 White yaSfgr 1 lot 100 White jniertl lot t 250 White Narsis I lot 850 Willis Edna 1 lot 200 Willis Lizzie riot i 50- Winfieltl Miller llot i tOO Winfielii Dow 1 lot 100 Williams Salliel lot too Williams Lnke 1 lot r00 Woods Mary 20 acres V Jjio White Mary 11 lot 250 Yates Maggie 1 JoA ISO FOXTOWiK02B- ronstoBvLafayette 5acree 0 Chenaolt Charley 8 actfg 1JL- OChenaHlt John 2 acres 110 CMHilf Il6 aeree ijo- Chesanlt Chitr1 acrw 110 Clay Jerry JlwtfVi tijp Hays Francis hrs 1 8 re y JoUes Green 43 acres 410 Jones Dsvkl bee Ao M r4S sent 6O- L5Oid Toni fl Gslt Mm 40- nceet i LaferdyMJ 4 JIo i 210 IP t 1l II McKlnney Jeff heirs 10 acres llfj JUllfon SImon 2 acresii 0 Smith Ed Jr 2 acres Q Smith Scott 2 acres Stone Henry 16 acres i 310 Stevens Bichie heirs 1 acre J IA Shackelford Miller heifs15 acres r 260 Tudor Sam 3 acres 00 Toomey Wm 8 acres 110 White Andy 5 acres 110 Wright Mariah 5 acres 110 i JJNIOKTNPS i Bradley Thos 4 acres 210 JJax wsr Alex 5o acres 210 Covington Robt 1 acre 110 Doutott Aaron 2 acres 110 Jackson Samuel 4 acres 110 Murray Luther 2 acres 110 Murray Alice Lacre 110 Qulseberry Florence J5 aoree 310 Robertson Mary 25ncrea 160 Shearer Jike 6 acres h 210 ELIJSTOIT 3H3 4t Bates nettle hrs 3 60 Ballew Frank 30 acres 210 Black Henry 2 acres 50 Chambers Willis I acre go Crockett Henry Car 2 neon 60 Covingtou Addie 4 acres 160 Covington Howard 4 arrcf 00 Davis Mess Sr 3 acres C- oDeatherage John Sd acres 710 Ellis Dan 24 acres 110 Estill John 3 acres 60 Estill Rice Ephraim 10 awes 60 Estill Susan 10 acretf Estill Dolby 1 acre r 00 Gilbert Nannie E 1 acre 110 Harris Fannie 1 acre 00 Harris Martha hrs 36 acres 210 Harris Arthusa nr 12 acres 110 l1arrisJohn2 acres 60 Home Susan 3 acres Hill Caroline 30 acres 150 Kovanugh Joe hrs 50 Martin Frank8 acres h 110 Moore Miller 1 acre CO Oldham Viney 8 acres 110 Oldham Harriet 8 acres lJf Reed J Toni 7 acres 60 Royston Evan ellne 20 acres 210 RoystonWooo3acres 60 Simpson Mariab acro 60 S neCyrus8 acres 110 Warner Alice 4 acres lImO Yates Rachel 2 acres 60 YATES NO 5j+r Baxter Alex 4 acres i Cj l V S 60 Ballew Polly 3 aCTed i jivv CO BIytho Lewis 25 acres niO Bruaddus Jennie hrs 1 acre kCampbell Conn 2 acres T tCO Dunson Lucy SO acres 310 Estill Melissa 5 acres h 60 Fiuney Susie 16 acres 210 Harris Edith and Tabitha 1 acre 60 Kavanangh Jerry 2 acres 60 Maupin Abe 3 acres 60 Moberley John hrs 5 acres 7110 Parks Clarinda 2 acres 60 Parks Hanabal 20 acres JG- OTribble itittyG acres iilO Tribble John H 10 acres 90 Tribble Win 20 acres 1 i210 r GLADE NO C Adams Henry 1 acre hroA- dams Mary 1 aero 60 Ballard Howardi lot HOO Ballard Monroe 1 lot i J60i Bennett Cnldwell 2 acres i1 210 BennettWm nr3 lots J60 Best Elza 13 acres 110 Bogie Lucinda 20 acres 210 Blythes Sid 1 acre 210- BlythcjTom Sr 1 acre CO Brana Chas 4 acres 110 Bronaugh Caleb 9 acres 41 40 Burnam Alex Jr 2 acres 110 Burnam Jas 6 acres 310 Bnrnam Julia 3 acres 260 Burnam Chas Sr 1 acre 160 Campbell Cora 10 acres 510 wiClarkDenny Amanda 2 acres Dtiuson Geo 1 acre 70 Del baqtJe y Win 15 wes 210- DiggsSidney S acres 110 Diggs Bettie 13 acres 100 210IFish Robt 3 acres V i 160 Franklin Chas 2 acres CO 2601GetryGoodloej Geo 1 nero ISO 11Q1IIngramPhil 3 acres 70 Jenkins oEd 34 acres LoganElijah lot 350 Martin Sarah 4 acres 260 Martin Lewis rir acres 28 Martin Ben 4 acres 210 McBain W Bony 10 acres 210 McKee Jerry 1 lot 15 Miller Smith Sr4 acres 4OO Miller Mose 8 acres n 260 Miller Allie and Mansie 01 lot 100 IIAgt Mary Willishrs l lot 200 Miller Mariah 2 acres 2 Miller Isaac 1 acjeJ 160 Mason Frank 2 acres 110 MfzeLutecia 8 acjes 60 Miller Mary 1 lot 200 9Parksj Patton Ernnk Agt Willie Yarns 1 acrer 70 Ptsyton Frank acre so Phelps Sid 1 nero ia Rash Wm 28 acres 2fr splRiceRoss Anderson acres 160 Ruldolph Bolt 1 acre Shearer Geo 1 acre 110 Shearer Biard 2 acres 110 Simpson Anderson 1 acre iO Stapp Archie 1 lot J5O Stone Emily J 7 acres 150 Tevis Nellie 1 lot 150 Tribble Troy 4 acres 90 Taylor Lucy 5 acres 110 Tanksley Ben 1 lot 250 Vaughn Allen 2 acres 70 Walton Coo 1 lot 100 Walker Spencer acre 60 190VaikerWalker Letcher 2 acres j no Walker John 1 acre 60 White Allen 2 acres 110 White Mary 11101 150 White Charley 27 acres 260 White Bob 4 acres no White Willis 12 acres 260 Walker John 1 lot 160 White JIahala 50 ac res 100 VliIte Samlra 7 acr siY jo- KIRKSyiLLE NoT Ballard Jesse 1 lotj 100 Bennett Robt 2 acres HBogie Alex 2 acres if iO Catnbell Major 2 acres Cwnbell Edna Hot 10- 0FishSurronanr2acres 210 Harris Wm 3 acreS i 41 Haynes Geo 75 acreiX 19110 liller Alex 28 acres 510 Miller Sam 4 acres 310 Martin Dabney acres 210 Prewitt John 29 acres oio Shearer Dan 1 lot 200 Smith Belle I acre 310 Turner Mat I lot 800 TurnrSam Sr C acres 210 Turner Thomas 8 acres 210 TirnerEaster 4 acres 310 Turner Ghas hrs 4 acres 60 Bates Miller 3 acres 60 Berry Boon1 A Burton 10 acres 110 JHtchelJ Jas 22acres 210 ihinday Millie heira2 acres 110 Rice Belle 1 acre 20 Sebastian Robt 4 acres 110 Turner Frank 1 acre 20 Walker John M 113 acres 570 II H COLYERV mch4w Sheriff Notico to Creditor estateofbeforeillmch72w J B CUZICK Admr Public Sale I will sell at public auction my HOUSE ou Smiths Sum mit at 2 oclock p m on Mad y toil 111 Lot 60x225 ft House has nine rooms and two halls solid brick foundation cellar under all the house water and gas hardwood finish buggy house and stable Come to see it J D CLARK tach78w BICHMOMD KY t t ITaaiiHLwii FENCEJS THE BEST WIRE FENCEJ f ilIi i THEY 001 AH oinHeatiiig Sves at T d COST Eor the next 15 InysJin order to make room for Spring Stock of Plows and Plow Gears rDOUGLAS gSlMMUNS TIE CASH HIID lIE HOUSE mchlly FcRFE- BRUARYAND MARCH- REDUCTION IN WINTER GOODS Save your spare change come in and make a purchase You will go home givenhereFlannels and Outings which must be sold to mate room for our Spring Lines some of which we have already received We will sell at a SACRIFICE Ladies and Mens Underwear Plenty of Cold Weather Yet Ladies Ribbed Fleeced Lined Hose 25c now 19c Ladies Ribbed Wool Hose 20c now 15e Fascinators 20c now 15e 25c now iDe 50c now 39c Infants and Childrens Hoods allwool and lined 25c now 19c Ladies Hoods allwool and lined 50c now 39c Baby trimmingsGOcBaby trimmingSOcBaby Cloaks all lined and fur trimming 125 now 99c Comforts 110 now SOc SL85 now 149 400 now 299 Allwool Blankets 400 now 299 Mens Caps 50c now 39c Mens Duck Coats all lined 9Sc now DOe Mens Duck Coats all lined 150 nbw 135 Mens Hartford Boots 325 now 275 Mens Articsj 125 now DOe Ladies Ariics00e now ODe An over stock in Handkerchiefs will compel us to run them out at a low mar gin We have a few Suits of Clothing whichw are selling at FIRST COST clothingWe Remember Clarks Thread 3 Spools for 10c and look out for our I Spring Add 5 OWN MKEE ww Titl STOCK TAKING 1s NOW OVER And it revealed the fact that we have a number theformeris full of short lengths and at prices that will open your eyes We have bought 200 pairs of Drummers Sam SOcWeworth 25 and 30c at 19c Ladies FineCashmere Hose worth 50c at 39c Ladies Fine Cashmere Hose worth 40c at 25c 39cLadies75 and15c100 orth25cD1kQQd R au Q There are several sorts of critics Those who pick flaws in everything Destroy be lookthrourhconclusions on ascertained facts Critics who deal in facts say Elders Dress Goods Closefashionsprices less than most stores charge for goods of same quality 2 50 Silk and 1Voolrepons atSl 25 2 00 Silk and Wool Crepons at 1 00 1 50 Silk and Wool Crepons at 75c Si GOc75c 45c Our line of Black Dress Goods at 25 29 35 45 valuesandRugs Carpets Mattings and Floor Oil Cloths Rutr Carpet and Floor Oil Cloth selling ta gettlngto boa more The and more Important part of our business You appreciate our methods werelentlessourstockSPECI1L flDLPtPTVtic In our DRESS GOODS TRUlMINGS CORSETSTBISMOHon to5cetacheerfully sent on application anda1areatly reduced I pricesRETS1 g Waist suo R tyO Short ioo Nor SlAnnoaideiLT LSTblllis the place to buy the McCall Ilazar haveBAlllIs a remarkably rood aid Magazine This and lItOtllly ynbllcatlou issued by the tcCauUbecrlpUORS are takenat our counter for annumIncludlDJI a tree patteMl McCaUalor February la here per Our stock of 1rotJ Tiimware c are complete India Lin Maliorderswe will mail Our v4oi IlIMea to any aadress one a well as old fricade Wishing ou new friendsa kppy anmt prQ5eromms tad thanking themtor future as for past Re ctfllUUb7n i1ed to Ca1i Inide B V ELDER IIJ1LUL = c TO THE FARMER BluegrassOrchard Seedfrom= 1ATHERA6E CO Headquarters for Salt Lime and Cement The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY MA1CII 7 1900 John P Long sold to Dozier Doggs 13 heal of cattle at 3 00 Mr Thos P Dudley has been re assigned to the distillery near Waco Try Blue Gem and Jollico eemil cannel at Joplius telephone BL 7in4w Uluegrass seed for sale at Lctchcr Witts near L N depot Telephone 42l1feblmA fine carriage horeo ol George D White was killed by a train at White bunion Joplin sells Blue Gem an Semi Cannel coaL Cant be beat Tele phone 81 7m4w James Perkins near Million sold to Rev Stocker his Jarm ott27 acres at f 14 jer acre Wo have not been able to find a better plow titan the Oliver so we till have them D It SIUCKELRIBO Co- 23fcb2t When n dealer tolls you he has a ploW just like or asgoud as the Oliver ho is juking D B SiiACKBLrono Co 28feb2t Clock repairing cheaply but saUl j iHotorily done by Master Hugh Kinuell it Willis House next to Government uihlingSPmiJ D Clark will otTer his house RlJllut on the Summit for sale at pub lie auction Monday April 80 See ad elsewhere Harry Stouts tailor made suits are tiu prodWi ofa faBliiouable cutter Lie fit style and make are guaranteed He clieM nges comparison It 7you have any oak ash poplar or ialiil lugsor trees and wish to sell lifii orcvBh i write or call on ROY SOPKK Co nov20 Cm Nicholabvillo Ky Eight room houte newly painted and papored with good stable and gar den for rout Apply to 28feb2t D SIIACKBLFORD Have you Seen D B Shaokelford fc Cos line of Graniteware If you have not look in their window and tiifii call in and cxninine it 28fob2t Xfv guarantee is that overy Suit of Clothes shall give perfect satisfaction before leaving the shop I do not huge for clothes that do not lit CIIAS JACOBS fel21tf Tlie Tailor A fashionable merchant tailor Mr Harry Stout of Paris with an expert utter is located on Main street below ttlie Busy Uee Cash Store They cjial- lein e comparison of cut fit make and luality It Something new in Mens Clothing at Clms Jacobs Ho has the finest nssortucnt of samples ever brought to Richmond His prices are the low st and uoods t be bus Call and investigate feb21tf Yonseo wintir Is still with us We Vsavo fi 3k ore Air Tighis and 2 Radiant llomrthe on the flour and a few plain Htni t11 we will sell at cost to make iiKiJA for spring goods 4 feb2t D B SIJACKSLFORU Co Great opportunity ttfttred to good reliable men Salary ol5per week and eXp lIsA for inau with rig to intro duce our Poultry Mixture and Insect ierlllstampA28febly A eiitd on Hillary of Slo per wcek aud exjieiiso the gnwtes agent seller ever pnnluued every stock iul jmultry raiser buys it ou bight llusilere uant iil Ifcfeience A IJress with stump Ancricaii Alfg Co Terre Hunt hid 28fobly Peafowls for Sale I have for sale four pairs of Peafowls at S5 per pair Apply to J T Edith iii1IjyS 28W4w iAialher Chapter in the Eeclrlc Light Uuddlc Frank It dair and J liauss pro imotcn of the elacirlc light enterprise in this city will stnnd trial to day at JfiiholuKville on an indictment taken TOIU Mitdisoii county charging them with obtaining mm ey under false prc tses Lost One large gold breast pin with gentler IlberaIre1wnn1to this office feb21tf College Hill School Reopens The small pox epidemic having about disappeared in the College Hill reopenedthere Wanted Free Masons Odd Eellows and Meth odist either sex may secure employ yearAddressNew and True becnusetbehow they should bo treated Dr Hob BuildingWhite Station Man Killed Millard Hughes said tabe a real dent of White Station is reported to have been murdored in Laurel county HampGreggWhat Docs This Mean Mr Gilbert filed with the Postofllce Department a petition from the citi zens of Valley View Madison county asking for the removal of the postmas tor at that place Courier Journal Wanted posltlansuates New field can earn ftuition two mouths completes All informa tion with handsome notivonir mailed free Molar Barber College St Louis Mo It Exhibition The annual exhibition of Central Universitys gymnasium class will be held Thursday night March 8 The public is cordially invited to attend this free and interesting exhibition Owen Walker will furnish music for the occa siall Bloodhounds lo Catch Paint Lick Robbers Thieves broke into Mr James Met calfs store at Paint Lick Saturday night and took 75 in money besides a goodly amount of merchandise Bloodhounds were put on the trail atouce and if pos sible the guilty parties will be brought to justice A FAIR OFF n I will fill any order for you at the jewelryhuecity Selected from anybodys cata logue that you may have thereby save jog you expense 0 ordering Respfctfullv jau3lyr DP ARMER An Indoor Gymnastic Exhibition It will be worth the while of all who like athletic sports to attend the ex hibition of the University students tomorrow niglit in their large new gym nasium Clubs bells running jump ing tumbling boxing trapeze bar vaulting and specialties will afford the greatest interest Prof Nuss is in charge and the admission free Court Day Although there was a large crowd iu town Monday was a dull day from a business standpoint A prominent citi zen remarked 1 never saw less en tliusiasm less money in circulation and less business transacted Mules 05 to 125 cattle not all sold at 3 to 4 edits but trade dull Scarcity of feed makes them a druz on the market New Milinery Store Ladies will ha pleased to know that Mrs Lily Buckley will today open her brannew millinerv store at the stand formerly occupied by Devore Buck hey on Main street opposite Blantous coal yard Mrs Buckley is a stylish trimmer with experience and will show u nice assortment of readytowear hats Hlldnlso a beautiful uptodate lot of sailors It Skipped by the Light of the Moon Another firm has turned its toes to the daisies while Sheriff Colyer has turned its picture towards the wall About six mouths ago two Italians with unpronounceable names Chan cbollo and Shelba started up a candy kitchen and were doing a seemingly thriving business and succeeded in netting into the confidence of several gentlemen also In their debt and on Sunday they secretly pulled up stakes and skipped the trallalaloo SweepingReduction crn UtSJ V rco tsJDO SJHe vy UnQerV r tHaving bought our stock for spring before the of Mr Mitchell mid the partnership having tJ to be closed we will begin at once to sell every thingjii AHEAVYIJfat PRICES LOWER THAN WAS EVER SOLD THIS TOWN BEFORE This is no catch ad but a boriafide bargain in ever article offered Mens and Boys Suits and Overcoats Mens Shoes and Underwear Il If you5ilont need thegoods now it will pay you to b y for next winter as prices we will make Jvill be less than the same goods can be bought from tJ the manufacturers tCOME AND GET PRICES CovingtonMitcheli r r rc SOld MM Falls From Harse As Mr Sidney Tndor an aged fanner ridIngaccosted him and as Mr Tudor reined antfrihIsbackhowbadlyStock of Goofts for Salt Having gone West for my health I have concluded to sell my stock of groceries and rent the store room now occupied by nre on Second street In Rich mond Ky forthe residue of 1900 All goods ou hand are new and the house occupied is well located for a grocery For any further information apply to B K Duncan or John C Ohenanlt T A CHEVAUIT Now Blacksmith Shop shopfromflow prepared to do all kind of work either iron 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 instruc lions along that line My shop Is on the corner of Water and First street near McKee corner Call and seeeme RespectfullyW feb2tH Richmond Ky Went to Her Lover and Now They are One Miss Fannie Baxter the handsome andattractive daughter of Mr W W Baxter of Newby candidate for the Re publican nomination for Jailer three years ago fell in love with J Sigman of GoodfieM I1L and two weeks ago in compliance with the latters requet she went to Bloomington Ill and there they were united in marriage The groom was a native of this county and for several years was a clerk In the grocery of Billy Edwards of this city lIe has many friends here who wish him and his bride the longest life and the largest prosperity Coal Oil Hoq Cholera and a FiveDoller Hat A farmer residing not 60000 miles from Kirksville asked a neighbor for n remedy for hOlt cholera The friend recommended saturating his hogship in coal oil and setting tire to it lust to shock the swines system a leetle bit The aforesaid farmer followed direc lions and after pouring half a gallon of oil on the porker he applied the match The beast squealed so piteously that Mr Farmer forgetting that he had on a brannew 5 hat seized his pate cover and literally ruined it trying to beat out the fire The poor pig died the hat was ruined and the farmer is advertising for the whereabouts of his kind adviser Silk Hat for Hon Wm T Harris Who Was Not Unseated as the Pantograph Announced Hon W T Harris Republican Representative from Madison county in the Legislature was presented with a eilk lint last Saturday by Madison county friends who thus express their gratification of his victory in retaining his seat which was contested by lion W W Combs his Democratic opponent The contest committee was com posed of five Democrats of whom three Egbort Lalferty and Stout voted for Air Harris and their report was adopt ed by the Legislature Elsewhere we reprint the Pantagraphs incorrect re port of this contest based doubtless up on a report that crept into the daily pa pers to the effect that Mr Combs had been seated The article bitter though it is is of no importance except as lustrating the prevailing Republican sentiment that Democrats always do wrong The Assailant Captured Doe Lowry the white man who assaulted Mrs Haman Million near New by last week was captured at Nichol asville and brought to this city on Wed nesday morning last Mob violence was feared but cooler heads quieted the enraged neighbors of Mr Million and no demonstration was made However the sentiment aealnst Lowry In the Newby neighborhood was unmistak ably violent and the authorities here removed Lowry to the Lexington jail Before the transfer Judge Million at the jail offered to give lam a trial but the prisoner waived examination and he was held to await the action of the April grand jury A report was in circulation here that the Lexington jailor had notified the authorities hereto provide a guard for Lowry as he feared a mob from near Valley View but Judge Million denies this we are glad to announce The host of relatives of the lady who was so brutally outraged are to be commended for their conduct un der such exasperating circumstances Their coolness and willingness to let the law take its course quieted their turbu lent friends and spared the countys reputation for abiding by the law The Pantagraph Should Not Eal Its Own Words Even if Gagged by the Ofdeal Obtaining its information from an authoritative source the Pants graph rushed into print last Thursday night with the announcement that Mr Harris had been unseated by the Dem ocratic majority oT the Legislature that It was an outrage committed by a parti san body of men and that it was just what was expected as it was in keep hog with other outrages etc etc etc The Pantograph had a regular spasm of righteous indignation and closed clear out of breath as follows Is it possible that the citizens of the good county of Madison have to stand with their hands tied and see themselves disfranchised in such a manner i This is an outrage and one wlilch is condemned not only by the Republi cans of the county bnt by large majority of the fairminded Democrats All of which Is nothing of the kind Mr Harris was allowed to retain his seat the committee though unanimously Democratic by a majority voted for Mr Harris a Republican to his seat and the Legislature sustained the committee AUof wbich spoiled the Pantagraphs diatribe against DemocracyThe of the purest politi cal party this side of Hades went on to sayNot more than a week ago Mr furJIB cast a vote to allow Mr Stout to re i lain his seat upon exactly the same yetthisa vote to oust Mr Harris And yet Mr Stout wds one of the three Democrats who voted to sustain Mr Harris and he was sustained by 15 Democratic votes in the Legislature The Pantagraph will have an opportunity before this appears to withdraw its offensive misstatement of the conduct of its political opponents Will it do in a proper manner Viieaeyer the Pantagraph compliments the DeE ocrats oldie Kentucky Legtelataro IB a case of this kind It will Bailey be ac compained by This mental reservation They also acted the fooli fur Be IHtblisfta LeffUIfttorec Mrer Jt imch cfraniu Mk MMWMM few rllt 1 h Sympathetic Tears Frew Natures Eyes Fell as This Beautify Girl Was Laid to Rest Ineathn leaden that shied its sympathetic tears just asa snowwhilp casket emerged from the Moberley home on Third avenue and again at the grave hundreds stood on Monday con temptating one ol the saddest events that ever occurred in our community manylriendsstunned and shocked by a cruel visita tion of death which claimed a beauti ful and accomplished young daughter and sister ju crossing the threshold of womanhood For many days the ears of this community had been strained to catch tidings of hope from the bedside of the sweet sufferer and prayers from hundreds of fond hearts ascended for her recovery But God whispered Come unto me and on Saturday at 2 p m the pure spirit of usIioniceeding days this city was a house of mourning Geneva Moberleywas dead The Moberley mansion looked deso JnkriarPartraitsThe blazing hearth rave forth no warmth The elegant rooms so often resonant with the music and laughter lookeddismallydirge that would soon be sung over her thisdarenedmysterious providence the poor and rich came afoot and In carriages but trlbutegiveventstricken loved ones mother and son the former prostrated by this second great sorrow in the grasp of remorse mourninghidingThere too was the devoted grandmoth er hovering on the verge her idol had overleaped filled with unutterable woe foreerframherAs the soft notes of the choir floated out on the air silence fell upon the mourners interrupted only by the sobs tobreakingElder Wm Ross Lloyd lifted his voice in earn eat words of prayer that must have fallen soothingly upon the grief Mtricken loved cues Keep them from the secret atheism which tefuses to own Thy hand and which calls that ned isthesolomnanddelibeiatedecree Have ye not hoard that the Creator lit never weary Even the youths shall theLordshall not faint The Lord relieveth the prisoners He relieveth the fatherless and the widow Lord may we not come to feel that in the great ordering pdeathpatientlybefoundof Thy great name Another hymn and the waiting funeral car received its precious burden for the last journey to the grave Almost fourscore carriages and hundreds of pedestrians swelled the cortege to an thelinethe city the busy court day tradesmen made way for the procession which ex tended from the cemetery gate to the Methodist church a magnificent tes timonial of the strong hold this young girl had upon the public heart The scene at the grave beggars de scription Representatives from every family church and school were there throngTheMadison Institute with its Faculty attendiulinmany costly designs upon the grave of this favorite scholar A song another prayer and all that was mortal of Ge ueva E Moberley was hidden beneath a robe of rare flowers but not more trag rant than the memory of her whom they so tenderly coveted Among thejhandsome designs was one hearing initials of the deceased G M which spell a word that best describes the pallbearersels Jr Wm Malcolm Miller E F Galbraith Jos Evans Elliott PoeI Smith and James Tribble The companionship of youth and death everabhorrent but how IntiInitely how inconsolably bitter Is that cruel and unnatural alliance when- yauth like hers is full of noble romise- miiiil verging to fulfillment To older orIFthe miseries the injustices of life This acquiredthatWhere others ot her age were absorbed partluabsorbed in dreams and plans of serv lightenlugher inqthera ead widowhood She was quirk and keen and capable of judg 18farwide as life She was a dutiful and devoted daughter and sister a true chris ian a sabbath school teacher at fifteen a favorite with her companions with a winsome bow and winning smile for old and young with brilliant brown eyes luxuriant and gloriously beautiful hair complexion of lilies androsesa face altogether beautiful in repose or when lighted by her never tobefor gotten smile perfect health when last we saw her three short weeks ago now but a sweet memory Deceased was the only daughter of the late Col Thos S Moberley and Ida Brasfield Moberley wHo an only son Mr S Neville Moberley still sur vives Miss Moberley was just 10 but was a girl of extraordinary promise byherUnspoiled by luxury and wealth un tainted by social position she endeared herself to a large circle of attached friends These especially will miss her and will be poorer for her absence fjr their lives are in need of her gin vlousness We confess we are deeply questionIngthe dark Well may it it be asked When shall we see her like againC W IN HER MEMORY IByB O nOI Seldom before has an Illness and death caused such widespread and deepfelt grief as that of Geneva the and beloved daughter of Mrs Ida U Moberley It seems but yesterday that the angel happyhomeloving husband father and son leav log behind two broken hearts and two sorrowing children I The aged nnd infirm mother noon followed her be graveThus It been our Sid right to mourn with and extend KrieJstrickenadded affliction with all the fortitude that God In his great wisdom and mercy has invested the human soul Geneva was worthy the love felt for her by her brokenhearted mother brother aud grandmother to whom She wasla1est8he tru part of nil The Boul and Incarnation of the scene Sweet M the lllao bloca Fresh si the purple stars that decked the green And too she was deserving of the love and admiration felt for her by a largo circle of friends and of the deanti sincere regret occasioned byber early death In her Were found the qualities which make up the ideal ntlfultolookIn manners gentle sweet and refined in disposition bright cheerful aiit affectionate yet syanpetltctk Mid sensl self1sacrlfleiagand greece of a trMe christian With her life all before IMrln the fruition of the bait hopes whieli jnad her yon life so MM her foot bet crossed Ute thr iSfcoMI of ytre t WdflftahqQd wiWMt Mis pissed- awarI r Seats Yesa Lady WIU Gel a Flee Mandolin The Richmond Band will present a 15 Imperial Mandolin made by the John Church Music Co and a free course of lessons by Prof Mitchell to that young lady who receives thelargest number of votes between now anti the night of the supper and concert to bo given by the Band on Friday March 16 Votes are casi for your favorite girl at one cent each It is an interesting and exciting and at the same time an inexpensive scheme to aid the band who will present the fine mandolin to the lady receiving the largest number uf votes Admission to supper concert and election only 85 cents Supper from 5 to lOp m Concert during even lug Announcement of vote 10pm Big Case AppealedIDespite reports to the contrary the Southern Lumber Co of Valley View will appeal from the verdict of the cir cuit court awarding judgment to A B Ashen for 16100 25 for logs used by that company We understand time companys attorneys Hons J A Sulli van and J M Benton have executed- a supercedas bond before the circuit clerk of this county lion Stanton H Thorpe the Fidelity Deposit Co of Baltimore Maryland being security This has been a warmly contested legal battle and so far AsherA Hensley have scored two points in the litigation In the outcome this county is much inter ested its the Southern Lumber Co has been a big factor in the improvement and sustenance of our little neighbor ing city Valley View Dear Poetic Young Men A word of warning to you Dr Wm Stone Woods of Kansas City has just paid his sonin law Grissom 330000 in cool cash to let his daughter have a divorce Urlssom wrote poetry and that didnt suit the doctor The doctors grandfather Woods was a brother to Mrs Cam Hays grandfather Woods and his grandmother Woods was a sister to Miss Malinda Millers grandmother Miller and hejs a close kinsman to Waltons wife He has 10 000 kinfolks in Boyle Lincoln Garrard antI Madison who strange as it may sound love the truth better than poetry prefer reason torhyme and every daddy of them would give 30000 if they had it to keep clear or get clear of a soninlaw who writes poetry Now dont say I didnt tell you Yours saint or sinnerIHAPPY JACK N BIfany young man who writes poety has any claim on any of my kinfolks I will give him my note for 30 000 to let her off II J Stanford Journal Youthful Prodigy wo Have In Our Midst What possibilities lie before a little boy of 16 who with only a hammer a punch anti a pair of tweezers can take apart the delicate fixtures of a fine watch or clock repair them and restore the instruments to perfect running order Such a lad with this scanty outfit of cols lives in our midst and has performed this task and others in mechanics quite as difficult Master Hugh W Fennell is the genius whom the Creator has endowed with remarkable talents that will some day commend him to public notice if his health and life are spared lIe is a cripple and all invalid suffering with curvature of thespine and weak lungs so that the pleasures Of childhood ho has never fully known Books he loves to read and these and his devoted mother are his sole companions He is always cheerful toady to do something for others and by his gentle disposition and splendid gifts exhibits the fact that In the nature of the soul lies the compensation for the inequalities of condition We have entrusted to him a gold watch that had not run for years a fine clock that seemed hopelessly ruined and a combination safo that seemed sealed for all time These he handled with the deftness of an expert and their usefulness was restored under his skillful magic touch In ventors discoverors geniuses have lived in nIl egos but their revelations of the power of mind over matter continue to startle us with undreamedof wonders May we not have here in our midst another Franklin Watt Edison or TriplerV Lot us aid him andseeSPAINT LICK Rev A n Leonard preached to an appreciative audience at Mt Tabor Sun dayMisses Mattie McCormack and Annie Francis are visiting theMisses Wallace at Point Leayell Mr Salem A Wallace and sister spent Monday in Richmond guests of Mrs Anne Walters You can be cheerful and happy only when you are well If you feel out of sorts tale Herbine it will brace you up Price 50 cents Perry k Thomas1m Last year 67 officers were placed on the retired list of the U S army j It is very hard to stand idly by and see our dear ones suffer while awaiting AbanyNfor a doctor to come and see his child then very sick with the croup Not finding the doctor In he left word for him tocome at once on his retnrn He also bought a bottle of Chamberlains Cough Remedy which ha hoped would give some relief until the doctor should arrive In a few hours he returned saying the doctor need not come as time child was much better The druggist Mr Otto Scbolz Rays the family lies since recommended Chamberlains Cough Romedy to their neighbors and friends until he huts a constant demand for it from all parts of the country For sale by Perry Thomas 1m No matter how run down it may feel the clock never takes a day off To allay painsaiibdne inflammation heal foul sores and the most satisfactory result are obtained by using Ballards Snow Liniment Price 25 and 50 cents Perry Thomas lin It is much better to sit in the lap of luxury than to stand on ceremony 73UEX 1LOOS CUBS AaOfforrrevisz Faith to Suffer srs pfhtDoes your skin itch or burn Have you pimples Eruptions Aching bones or Eczema Old sores Bolls Scrofula Rheumatism Foul breath Catarrh Aro you pale If so your blood at once with B B B Botanic Blood Balm It makes the blood pure and rice heals every sore awl eivee a clear smooth healthy skin seated cases like ulcers cancer eitmg sores painful swellings b7LIB blood and skin troubles B B B k different ffow other remedies because B B L drains the poisons and hUe mom oatjbf tiHIbkMKtaltd entire system so the syJHptoma caaaot return Give 1allS1Thorouglily at drug Stores tttpt1llarxe bottle 0 lance bIUe CluB treatment 5 So eaftereriafty teetlt H tril bottle gIves w liw liMiT free Write for It- AddMM3tIiOODALW CO 430 Mitch Write today ssi4leal ad I rtoJi THE MAGNIFICENT DISPLAY OF NEWSSPRING GINGHAMS AND PERCALES AT THE BUSY BEECASH 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 Ham urgsJuWsriss Im ad VJitoS That will be seen at The Busy Bee Cash Store in Jan UptoDateThe New Carpets and 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 M ttings 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 FORSTHE AMERICAN LADY CORSET We have just received several hundred dozen in all the best sell ing shapes We can fit any form This week we are having a special display of American Lady Corsets in our window Dont fail to see it f We will Show the handsomest line of LADIES TAILORMADE SUITS this Spring to be seen this side of New York We earnestly invite the ladies one and all to examine this line of goods We know the result will be a very pleasant surprise to you Our Tailormade 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 W D OLDBAM COMPANY RICHMOND MT STERLING AND GEORGETOWN We have Saved doctor bills since we began using Chamberlains Cough Remedy in onr home We keep a bottle open all the time and when ever any of my family or myself begin to catch cold we begin to use the Cough Jlemedy and as a result we never have to send away for a doctor and Incur a large doctor bill for Chamberlains Cough Remedy neverfails to cure It is certainly a medicine of great merit and worthD S Moarkle General Merchant and Farmer Mattic Bedford iounty Pa For sale bv Perry Thomas 1m The State Qf Washington furnished over 500000 tons of cOal to California If child is cross or peevish it is no doubttroubled with worms Cream Vormifugo Will remove the wOrms and its tonic effect restore its natural cheerfulness Price 25 cents Perry Thomas urn This puts quite another complexion on things said the drug clerk as he picked bp a box of face powder Much pain and uneasiness is caused by piles sparinA neither ago and sex Tiblers Buckeye Pile Ointment cures the most obstinate cases Pride 50 cts inbottlMj tubes 75 cents Perry Thomas 1m It is nearly always when you have left the chair standing around in the way that you have to get up at night Better SaltRheum and Eczema The intense and inci aThtycdbyvery cases have been permanently cured by it It Is equally efficient for itching piles and n lavorlte remedy for sore nipples j chapped hands chilblains frost bites and chronic sore eyes 25 eta per box Dr ada CwttUra Powders are just what a horse seeds when fa bad condition Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge are set food but medicme and theiest in BSO to put al horse in prime condition Price 25 cents per package Nothing agefflike laziness Bulwer Have you zv cough A dose ol Cons senb Honey of Tar will relieve it Price 25 and 50 cents Perry Thomas 1m Everybody rings the doorbell when the baby Is asleep Quick lunch laoBe ol the common est of city BigM The sign doesnt say a healthy lunch fit good food the character of the Jood apparently is not considered Its jast quick lunch1 eat and tawa Is it any wonder that the stomach breaks down Food is thrown at it sloppy Indigestible and Innotritious food very often end the stomach has to do the bet it can Nor there should be no need for medi cal assistance for the stomach But the average method nt lite abnormal and while this continw there will always be a demand for Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discoverf It te the one medi clue which cube relwd on to cure diseases of the rtMMeh hod other or II13 of dlRMtimt Kf nutritiOn Itie n4t e reiM It W a medicine de rinwd for Ww stowete IlItlt cure tIreVI tlw MMMefc remoH dfeeaaea wlkh h vettHoit seuM in the dwnuift went of Ue KM iveMtCI u meso Iz a- ftjja I i The results of an over indulgence In food or drink are promptly rectified without pain or discomfort by taking a few doses of Ilerbino Price 50 cents Perry Thomas J m Every man thinks there is an openintr anywhere for any business A U DeFinent editor of time Journal Doylestown 0 suflercd for number of years from rheumatism in his right shoulder and side He says My right arm at times was entirely useless I tiiedCharaberlaina Pain Balm and was surprised to received relief almost immediately The Pain Balm has been a constant companion of mine eversince and it never fails For sale by Perry Thomas 1 r91i Iltclzezi Ilend relid A great runny people suffer from their teeth Many of them could find relief if they would let us put their teeth in good condition WQ do our work so carefully as to reduce the pain intelligentlyFIND A FLAW IF YOU CANtIN THE ARTIFICIAL TEETH we make Duality finish fit and yes prices and you can have your money back The work is of such superior quality that we have no hesitation in making this statement Filling with extractlugisdanework guaranteed We only use the finest material OnrfllHnes are works of art Teeth extracted 25 cents finest amalgam fills 75 centi fine gold fills 150 a good set of teeth 500 All work done by experts DR HOBSCK Dentest Office next door to Govermont Build lug Richmond Ky Office open at Bight i rNOTICE TO CREDITORS t +ifIOlcr1lBOIIIce CBWmQUjhbyAdsirv Jorderof- OBVilIonghby ffs Crd nce Ordered that the Joregeljis cause be referred 16 the Master Commlselobcr 8 E Scott to ascertain and report what debts due and owin reportonTerra of this Court All persona bal claims agslnrt said decedent are hereby aotltktt to file tlr saM cl abefore S xs t Master Coea l eloasrotnid Madison Circuit CollrtrrftItIeIotl6ed or belere the IlK TerM of Court or else the will be barre Oderd haS tile ereti1sg order of HfweBca e p8lr4jte1M8 iii the itic3a4Cihac- At6eet s WT5tORPEr C1r- AOsfTAtW i U TCiPL Jt eflrpis M44M tK iiIIii u h WHATS THE PROSPECTS Can we not expect your work during the coming year Dont you know how well we do LAUNDRY WORK Really we thought there were few in the city who were not familiar with the HIGH GRADE WORK done here All tho particular people are our ustomers Everything is done to please our patrons RICHMOND STEAM LAUNDRY FIT TO H WEAR tIsa STOUT has received his SPRING and SUMMER line of FIlE IMQ551si UITIIG AID T U BRtIG He will give you the best- workmanship to be had NpFit5No Pay O S eriOaDGutt6r One Door Estbf W D Old D 91k g1 Streeti f J NOTICE TO CREDITORS V jjtagPowers decd are required to file the sameSproperly verified before the undersigned trus tee at Its place of business in Richmond bebarredSTATE BANK TRUST CO feb44w Assignee of John PowerstNOTICE TO CREDITORS Notice Is hereby given that all parties havlnc claims estate ot W F A T J Powers are required to file the same properly verified before the undersigned as agent of 1business15 or the same will be barred STATE BANK TRUST CO febliiw Agent of W F T J PowersS NOTICE TO CREDITORS Notice is hereby given that all parties having P Powellllarebefore the undersigned trustee at its place of business in Richmond Ky on or before March 15 1300 or same will be barred STATE BANK TRUST CO feblt4w Assignee of W P Powers NOTICE TO CREDITORS Notice Is hereby given that all parties having claims the trust estate or J J Powers are required to flirthe same properly verified before the undersigned trnsteee at its place of business in Richmond Ky before March 1900 or the lame barred illSTATE Jt TRUST CO feblMw Assignee of JJ Po- weraVeryNew s s soIS OUR LINE OP 1900 1AIJ IIIPAPFI Which we have recent ly added to our stock We have connected with us Mr W L LEEDS whose reputation as an Interior Decorator is well established and iri every instance guaran tee work done by him We also carry a complete line of the very freshest and purest drugs druggist sundries toilet ulticI s and stationery Please call and examine our stocK before purchasing clser Yhere1S we will take pleasurerin showing ourgoods whthcryon buyiiornot 1esj t PERRY gi THOMAS ii zttuimntuta vaw j si 1- yevj 71 leamijf ti F r T I Your tiiin=Our Loss THATS WHAT OUR GR- ANDCLEARANQE SALER- OOTS OF AND SHOESI JIE8 Everyone knows that all land 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 them today We must have more room for our Large Spring Stock that has already begun to arrive SO DOWNs THEY GO Regular Price Reduced To Mens Boots Now Stock 3 00 2 00 Mens Boots New Stock 2 00 150 Mens Bootees Very Fine 5 00 4 00 Mens Bootees Very Fine 4 00 3 00 Ladies Fine Shoes UptoStyle 3 00 2 00 Ladies Fine Shoes Beauties 2 00 1 50 Jens 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 FREEMAN BROSOPpHSBgSERICHMOND KY I LETCHER 4 WIlT TELEPHONE 1- 42BESTJELLICO COAL FEEDSalt Sand Lime Cement Shipstuff Bluegrass Seed c STORAGETne Big Wanhouse it L Si I e OtP1I U ll- S A WILSON P II M lRE9 C M KENNEDY P MJL SECY j RICHMOND SCHOOL AND INFIRAllY OF MAGNEGTIG HEALING RICHMOND KY We teach and practice this method of MAGNETIC HEALING as does Prof Weltmer of Nevada Mo We 1ticat any and all diseases without the use of drugs or Come and see us Consultation free We also give absent treatment Terms reasonable Office and treating rooms 1 2 3 and 4 GARNETT KyBranchAddress all correspondence to C BI KENNEDY Secy a 4J1 EMTUCKY CAl RIAGE WORKS JOHN DONELSON PROPRIETOR We say it we mean it we can prove it0ur Vehicles the BEST oar PRICES the LOWEST HIGHGRADE CARRIAGES ffl1r tI CULTIVATE lL J lA habit of economy hit not stinginess in the lmi tg or yinirFARM UPPLES You knov lI that below a Certitili price it is to FJ 1J 8 Z jiI1ilfoiJ whv trv fcnisiititujh INFERIOR STUFF 1 Hl pairs jifire co ttt1and the old machine iir fiftyjpi to COST LESS than any il handlefT1 VI 0R RR q CATARRH CAN BE CURED iURDOCK9S CATARRH CURE IT GOES TO EVERY PART SUHK sA1AND PLEASANT cj iEojyrcara has tho medical frslcrnlty Ulflatll reliable and rurei erre for Catarrh In thin olireachtha Inarelleres Instantly the worst forms of Asthm BroncMtU Har IVrr colds in tho Head and allforms of Catarrh no maUerTrhat shape ant cure where treatment Is continoed for reasonable fromaImpas Rood Beware of Imitations as they are worthless I preriailPut up in tin boxes 100per box MURDOCH CURE Co treatmentfor SO days ntaGaBOTt9Iy i I ANTI4UFFRA6ISTS At this time when the AntlSuffra dels are travelling about the country trying to prove to tho world that wo mans place is at home and the newS- papers are filled with their arguments reforo Congressional and State Legisla tire committees assorting that nature bas made it impossible for women to take part in governmental affairs the following from a sermon delivered by Rev Win Bondage of Albany N Y be of interest as voicing the opln ou of many in regard to their position He said in part How strange au j Inexplicable it is that certain women in our timo organ ize themselves in opposition to the uohle women who are seeking at great personal labor and sacrifice to secure the emancipation of their sex This is the question that we would like to put to them Because you women shrink from the responsibilities that woman would impose upon vou is that any reason why you should persist in denying to yoUr sisters women just as refined and cultured as you the privi lese and right which they respectfully demand for themselves If they are willing to assume the responsibilities of the suffrage by what right do you oppose them Because you have no desire to participate in the outdoor activities of life is no reason for refusing to consent to their participating in them Is it fair- sI it just that because you are satisfied with your own favored condition in life favored as you consider it that you demand that all other women should be satisfied with theirs Is there any j ustice whatever in thus arbitrarily restricting the liberties of others By why authority do you presume to speak for your sisters who differ from you Would you have considered it just for a wellconditioned body of slaves in the South to have organized themselves against the emancipation of tboir breth ren Can you not see that the very apdayliberty in the past Were employed against the higher education of women against the admission of women to busi ness and professional pursuits Can you not trust the nature of things Is not your great fear lest the emancipa tion of women should break up the homes and destroy what you consider the true womanliness of woman based upon a feeble and utterly inadequate appreciation of the laws of human na ture Do you not see that it isonly in a condition of perfect freedom from ar tificial restraint that the true laws of naturo can disclose themselves Certainly no one can claim today that active participation in publicafTairs must necessarily exert a deleterious effect upon tho character of womenwhen we have before us such illustrious ex amples of the very contrary No one ofQueenwomanly woman than the Quean of the Sultans Harem or that Mary A oflythe land No one qualified to express an opinion would accuse the noble bands of professional and working wo men of America of being less refined less womanly than their sisters who abide at home When Elizabeth Black well devoted herself to the profession of medicine every standard college was closed against her I have yet to find a woman physician and I have known 8andwhom they minister No no my friends history And human experience are alike opposed to the positions of the AiitiSuffragistB AntiSuffragists attempts to dictate to their sisters as to how they sisal order their lives are presumptions and irrational They are unjustifiable infrii clients upon the liberties of oilier women ELKORA M HADDOCK Dunkirk N Y M B Smith Butternut Mich says DeWitts Little Eaily Kissrs are the very pills ever lined fur costiveness livr and bowel troubles Ferry Thomas OUR PENITENflAItlhS SELF SUSTAINING The report of the state Prison Com missinners show that the Frankfort penitentiary is now self sustaining and paying a surplus into the treasury The report of the Frankfurt penitentiary straws that thAre were in confinement in this prison 1352 convicts on the Crt rej501 from Eddyvjlle three receivel anti three escaped prisoners were re turned making a total of 1850 from nil sour en Thrre were discharged by we plration of time 538 pardoned 59 sent to asylum 2 sent back for new trial escapeo 3 died 16 11 sent to School of Reform at Lcxi gtnn making a total of which left in confinement on the 30 day of November 1899 1199 The delay in getting the chair contract in operation caused a deficit in the first part of the year but the sur plus over expenses in fur months has been 370001 The Eddyville prison is a heavy expense to Ibe Slate and should never have been located there prevaisingin 35 to 40 cents per slay Altogether the report is a ir iod fhowini f r the work of ih t ClU1l11i inn You have been in the house of some great plant ofmachinery Dirt it occur to that your body was a more- wonderful machine heartbeatsx with a pressure of thirteen to the stroke lifts in llii1that time half a million tons aJ ofthisShortness of breath in the tars dizziness palpitation of the heart indigestionthe machinery is undergoing a strain downWhatMedicalDiscoveryblood It reduces friction tp a minimum propexrunning ofdigestionthe flow of pure and healthy blood tdenMedicalsprlngandhueToWnOCudDmtdmttcrhow thautful I am for the relief aS1 had sot doctorscoiilddomenogo4 KowImcdlclueword say for Dr Pierce and his medicine vigoraehemitis tM Diacery MapiU J8 u TBE constantly rccurriagtaoathiy suffering gives wonea F the blues I mantlitheComparatively few women painIn n DESPONDENT WOMEN in my back and hips were dreadful I could not stand formore than five minutes u at a time when menstruation besrnn friends i DEAR MRS PINKHAM I have helped me wonderfully I was troubled with headache backache and that weak and tired feeling I cannot say enough in praise of your medicine for it has done me so much good I shall recommend it to all my friends who suffer Despondency is a disease Nervousness and snappishness come With it Will power wont nected by nerves with I i the brain and all parts I 1 4 All lowspirited or suffering women may write to Mrs Pinkham at Lynn Mass and receiveher advice free of chargeDont wait until your life is wrecked by neglect and sufferingGet advice in time WHAT MONEY WILL DO A Fulton farmer was the father of a daughter who was remarkably plain in pearance Her feet did not seem to exactly as she walked and her breath was strong enough to bale hay with None of the youths in that section seemed to take to the farmers daughter nail the years were rolling on Then things began to come the farmers way He sold forty thousand bushels of wheat at a dollar a bushel and during the years of Democratic prosperity sold bunches of cattle receiving therefor rolls of money as thick as the leg of a Norman horse And when it became known that the farmer had bought another section of good bottom land antI likewise had a largo wad of money in the bank suitors came about seeking the hand of his daughter Then the old farmer who was no bug eater even if he did allow the hair to grow upon the back of his neck com maned with himself saying I observe that cash not only perfumes the breath but seems to cure all the defects complexIonFultonLeader Write Murdock Cure Co Atlanta Ga enclosing 2c stamp for free sample cure every case of Catarrh Dyspepsia novII M J Farris has bought in Cincin nati 1200 bushels of corn delivered at the Danville depot at 40c a bushel He has also bought from Mr Collins of Tennessee a good bunch of short year ling cattle at 17 and a bunch of 3year old heifers at 20 He also bought some aged mules at 40 to f65 and some 0 toJOOponnd shoals at 3Jc Dauyille Advocate Sent by express pre a zcentstamp 5p Set cent stamp Three flue rolled gold with handsome let and Silver substantial Hade durable metal heavily silver plated Two different patterns For 5 lion heads and a 2cent stamp Color ola lining nickeledwIth strong faSten1nf Ladles stam size good terial handles nicely decorated and assorted A stalk of corn across a South ern Kansas track a few days ago would have caused a serious wreck but for the fact that one of the ears growngou the stalk happened to stand perpend lent arly irflhe middle of tho track the gentle breeze caused the largo silk to wave back and forth and serve as a danger signal The train was stopped before it hit the obstacle none of the passengers were injured except those who overworked themselves in removing the obstruction Newton Kan Gazette woman of 97 now living in the South recently had a proposal of mar riage She is Western by birth is said to bo attractive and looks 30 years younger than she That Throbing Headache Would quickly leave you you used Dr Kings New Life Pills Thousands of sunerers have proved their match less merits for Sick anti Nervous Head aches They mako pure blood and strong nerves and build up your health Easy to take Try theni Only 25 cents Money back not cured Sold by Per ry Thomas Druggists 5 No less a sum than 15000CO has been assigned by the Emperor of Japan for the purchase of the trousseau of the bride of his son and heir this enormous being rendered necessary by the tact that tho future Empress 6f requires a complete European outfit and likewise an equally com native tronsseau It dir ficult to say which of the two will prove the more expensive The bride of the Crown Prince of Japan only 15 years of age bears the mime of Princess Sada and tho laughter of Prince Eugo 1 Used in Millions of Homes 4 Accept no substitute kt Insiston LION COFFEE in lib pkgs These mailed FREE in exchange for lion heads cut from front of ilb LION COFFEE pkgs 4 Silk Umbrella either Ladys or Gents I I J70I charge or PURITY FLAVOR thu DressPIn ISHon thedlArgerthan of rubycolored fotwnJstplDlo Achildk 1ushBelt BuckleI fromUograsgrainandtubJoaabte Napkin Ring azcentof jna wwou thefeminine enhelped icmsayMRS ulmenstruation Vegetablegladlyrecommend LonisburgSquarer PinkhamsVegetable innine isnot HylersDvspepsla CoinPurse ofttneldd PenKnife fromLion falling A wonderfully is if if expenditure Japan prehensive is is is articles Knickerbocker Watch I Given for 175 Uon beads and a APpearIngtime Solidu- lckelsllver case with ornamental lock Nickel movements fullyjeweled Kn IckerboclterWelch Ladies Watch Chain- A donblo strand of best silk cord united Int Intervals with colored beads neat substantial For 15 Uon heads and a 2cent stamp andlatestseal grain leather with live livIdonsincludinga flap to visiting cUds 6CCUre 01 yen for 25 lion UonColleeand a 2c stamp Gents Watch Olion2centetamp The celebrate1MInger stEm stemIplated cats each IIccompnnled of the maker A rc lIhlft I Ladles PocketBook 1 Table Cover Durable dark colored naferial will stand vnshlz1o 3 IDche Iuare afreeI L1 SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES OfJ AMTI TRUST LAW It is not for the real prosperity ot any country that such changes should occur which result in transforming an important business man the head of his establishment small though it may be Into it mere servant or agent ofa corporation for selling the commodi ties which he once manufactured or dealt in having no voice in shaping the business policy of tho company and bound to obey orders issued by others Nor is it for tho substantial interests of the country that any one commodity should be within the sole power and subject to the sole will of the combIna- tion of capital- SENATOR HANNA HAS THIS TO SA CONCERNING TRUSTS This cry against trusts is the work of cheap demagogues Hylers Dyspepscia Tablets pleasant easy tolnktl and give permanent ro lief 30 days treatment Mailed on receipt of pl ieePnov29 ly Atlanta Ga Seattle in the State of Washington is profiting by the Alaskan gold excite tnent anti its citizens fully expect that it will have a population of 100000 peodplo by the end of 1900 To secure the original Witch Hnzel Salve ask for DeWittM Witch Hazel Salvo wellknown as acrtain cure for piles arid skin diseases Beware of worUiless counterfeits They are dill jrerous Perry Thomas The Galveston News notes as a fcingular fact in view of its states im mense herds Of cattle that Texas im ports from other states much of the butter it uses A Thousand Tongues Could not express the rapture of An ale E Springer of 1125 Howard st Philadelphia Fa whoa she found that Dr Kings New Discovery for Con sumption had completely cured her- eof a hacking cough that for many years had made life a burden All other remedies and doctors could give tier no help but she says of Royal CureIt soon removed the pain in my chest and I can now sleep soundly something can scarcely remember doing before I feel like sounding its praises through out the Universe So will every oiio who tries Dr Kings New Discovery for any trouble of the Throat Chest or Lungs Pric SOc and 100 Trial bottle at Perry Thomas Drug Store every bottle guaranteed 5 Prunes are without exception the healthiest fruit known to mankind Their medical properties act upon the nerve centers soothing andcurlng alt nervous disorders One cannot cat tco many prunes Because they are inex pensive the wealthy class have banished them from their tables giving place to rich preserves Prunes must be washed and put to soak over night in the morning put them to cook covered with cold water stew slowly for three or four hours add a little sugar it not sweet enough Let the children eat them twice a day myfamilyrelief is pleaasant to take and is truely the dyspeptics heal friend says E Hnrtgerink Overisel Digests what yon eat Cannot fail to cure Perry Thomas There Is one time when every man is glad that there isJ baby in the house and that is when he has to stay at borne from church to take care of it h Pair Handkerchiefs Twoutrafinec- ambric hand vJtbbClutlful meilaJlion tions thecor HalHncIr hem jnachino hemstitched stylish durable Attairol these dker fromUon Childrens Book Century CookBook tQJ pages vain able cooking re treatise thkItchenroomlaiicdryflck and rcmedle for more diseases tloheadsanti stamp IIiFd ADd a 1 elttstamp this of tiers and bll W iOta room mon Given for 10 lion entstnmp Motherwithnicely hnvedifferent you can get an fW sortmcnt Boys PocketKnife The t redwood hxndln For 2 Kan Iieods and a 2s stemy III 0 a PLEASE TRY 4 QJML t 6 0 I i CANDY CATHARTICJt IIDe50c seaMrs Calvin Zimmerman Milesburc a says As aspeedy cure for couehs c slda ITOUU and sore throat One Min ntn Couth Cure Is unequalled It is pleasant for children to take I heartily recommend it to mothers It is the prodllesimmfdintepneumonia grippe auth throat and Inn mptionPerry IMOOOPTHSI EROM CHOLERA DURING THE PAST YEAR The Germs of This Fatal Disease are Lurk ing rrrjwberr Tlionsanils of hut law Save by This Wonderful is covery Hundreds of thousands of dollars have been lost in the poultry business on ac count of the devastation among the flocks caused by cholera roup pipe and other fatal listase There have been many remedies advanced but none seem to be so successful as the American Poultry Mixture This will cute chickens in the last stage of cholera and roup and is excellent for gapes Do your fowls suffer from violent duir then dropping of the wings stupor or excessive thirst These are the first symptoms of cholera Cholera id a germ disease and being infectious spreads rapidly through the entire flock Take time by the forelock dont stop to experiment with unreliable or untried remedies Use this mixture at once and the sanitary measures they recommend in connection Dont give fowls up Cholera is a terrible disease but this remedy cures it every time It Is also guaranteed for roup whichcan be told by hoarse breathing swelled eyes discharge at the nostrils resew hung catarrh Fiftv dollars itr offered for any case the Mixture will not cure It some of your fowls are diseased it will proven the rest from catching Try it It is cheap reliable and effec tive a scientific preparation goes more than three times as tar any other remedy does more good than all of them combined It is used and en dorsed by the most experienced and largest breeders of plain and fancy poultry in all parts of the world The manufacturers guarantee every package or refund purchase money If your druggisfcloes not sell American Poultry Mixture hes behind the age In that case send Silor sample box to the American Mfg Co Terra haute Ind B rioi i MoneyTry pureCoffee Fancy Gold Ring Genuine Gold For 25 heads and- a2ccnt exactrNeWpatterns L w ok wll sun exactly meet when drawn ttglitty around second I Joint of the finder Lay end diagramH1 indicates nt the 0 order the dumber other end posed snap and and 2cent and hold tha this free lich Lace in Picture of ccipt 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