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U r o gggagHMMgUi 1Ii Iint THE RliCHMOND CLIMAX oJ d VOLUME 26 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MARCH 14 1900 NUMBER 41 II Q rir r i i7 JetGLed I HEPAIBraO AND TIMEING FINE WATCHES w A SPECIALTY e a AH Work Guaranteed MAIN STREET RICHMOND KY pPROFESSIONAL CARDS 11 A roEr5 R E RODERTS 1RICHMOND ATLA KENTUCKY cjOffice over Climax Office withjlas B JIc Creary Second Street RW MILLER ATTOKIITTATLAW RICHMOND IloorOffice in the Burnam Building next arracrs National Bank feb3ly 2LSU1irVANiJ ATTORNEY ATIiAw RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office over State Rank Trust Co op posite Court House on Main Street I J 0 D M OHENAULT TTORNEYS AT LAW RICHMOND KCNTCCKY Office on Second street over Chen aults grocery W RLEFCHER AtiorneyatLaio RrnuroND KENTUCKY Office with T Smith Jr over Covington Mitchells T CLovry9AltoiMyatLaw iIIOftrIe3BIIIIdIfl1011 TALSOTJACZiON J ATTORN EYATL AW RICHMOND ENTUCKY CSOIUcc in Prather Buildlne Main fitrect 1L1PPZYSIOIAITS DRS GIBSON GIBSON lS AND SURQEOflS 1PIIraICI KENTUCKY I Office in the Joe ixuni building iZ and go Sec- ondJ Streel over Wuue c44 drucstOK CHAS G 1100 KKU 1fETERUiRycWRGEON 1VeLerlullrJ DentHtry and Sterility a Specialty at my stable on corner First and Water 8trtet Richmond KyIIpr71y 1 I If C JASPER M D Medicine and Surgery j Ofhce PrBther BpB1in Main Street Telephone nt residence the Carr place on Urondway 1 iRiczn1oD KKKTCCKY J iJW EVANS M D PiivaciAic AND SURGEON a RICHMOND KENTUCKY DZTLa7IniarrisTi OF Louavtuii KY iiOIfius next door tu fUternment Building KlchniSn J Ky OCioe bours9 to 121 to uovlly ijff FftEDSUCTH DENIST JI overTaylor Uo Hard ware Store Main Street Janllly Dr Louis Ii Landman No West Ninth Street Cincinojil Ohio willie at tt Millers residence second door oPo toffice Richmond Kyou WEDNSSDAY EiCH 14 1900 returning every acod Wednesday o each month Reference eviry physician or RIch- mond Ky maytly Dr IL Goldstein The Optic Specialist 4j of No 514 Fourth Avenue Louisville will be at- the OIynlon hold nichmond TUESDAY BIRCH 20 returning ono day each month Eyes exam inodand glasses scIcntiOcally adjoited I I SALESMAN WANTED Enclose Stamp for PertlenUrs j Will tralgh en curly antI kinky hair irithou I injurrtothe scalp or blr- PRICIDifiobTS PER BOX ANTI= kINKZ Kudgrsed bythe United Stales Healtli Hporf DiRRAGH RICH New York 2 SoLe UA1fUVAQTUBBIt Jan3l2rrl + ++ + CALL AT + + 4j 1LA d11SALOON PARLOR 1 WHEN IN TOWN 2 C glestand most tefreshm i of that can be foun iiuthe cityare disi easei 4 Tiy unto teand accoidjnc j dating iJI GeaHhVt S rateja vij Kept HTat S rhpc3 S1CCO44dSt A 3 IfHttli7M t i JlLVDJILOLfrriKrFVI J i tltt a1 9e IT IS NO BURDEN wlien a PIANO or ORGAN is pur chased here Our cystera of easy payments enables any one to en joy the music of 9txtt sTumCs without depriving themselves of necessary comforts One of these INSTRUMENTS would mako n superb HOLIDAY PRESENT Why not como in and look at these special bargains HARDING RIEHM H G KENT AGENT RICHMOND ICY Our Goods AIND Our prices I Compel you to trade with us when you give us a trial tjkh1 D 23j i1thJJJ D iB fillllm ID llijl 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 Wnit AND Giosonl U1JI LUIE Q1 NEW WALL PAPERS FOR WALL AND CEILING DECORATION FOR oee 900IB sTiiioTri EXCLUSIVE It is ex cily in tint of the present days taste and will fit naturally with the latest popular things in carpets anti draperies rile variety Is complete There are Laid designs snd rich colors ror the hall and jjraieful Rococo nnd Empire de tigfls for the parlor Tapestries Turk ieli und Indian effects forthe library and dinnlngroom a quaint original for the smnking Dainty chintzes mid dresden stripes fur the sleebing room Uij tropical flowers to use foruper third of walls lower twothirds crepe ingrain w me new ideas for ceilings some fine tlandmado stripes tobe used without borders to be finished with room moiihilnpr We simply cannot describe the many new lucas Jecora tIe paperJianKinjH You will have to see to appreciate and then we go to the other extreme and offer you WHITE BACK VAPunsS yds at 4 centH perHlsor13 itoi Lon up In price You Should see the new designs In dark rich Red lIme and Green colorings at 9 cents In design colors and price they cannot be equaled by any concern Iu the land Trust or no Trust 1t Our special complete roomrdce 3350 and 4secret but the Price Will Tell Respecttullr GEO M YflLLGING Wallppers Window Shades Plc tiiro Frames Paints Oils Varnishes Brushes Glrss c Stock the largest Priies always the lowest Your inspec tion requested v sw L iittimn ftlCHMOND KY EASIER THAN EVER The present sdiedulc of Illinois Central Rail road In to hortenins the time to Memphle and New Orleans has made i traderI Thin Ever to reach aU tfnArizona and California The splendid train service With which the Illinois Centrals and New Oricans Vestibuled LfmILed18 equipped naks It Easier Than Erer to taO a trip the above menUoued The Central ii the only line whfch runs Free- R cllnhu Chair Carsand VeUbulled trains fro1 LoulSTllle to the South also a weekly PisRmM Toarltt Car for California r Lve Louisville ThurArr MemPh FridayIBamI pm ice NewOrleansFrlday818pm- AnI Houston Saturday Art SAn Antonio Saturday 4f5p 3A- rr EPO iundayArr topm W 1onda7JArT San 1raflCiC0 JIJUSL1ay tsp fb u TtelfM Witttr foatt to CiEftiiii 1 PutlCS desiring to make a CDmrort l te the tenI4orV xneatloned will do well M cea- JIRII ltk L LFowIer Trvei4IIC Pei tLou1vlUekYw x + e P J AIIPtA J1 Kr i giirn- n 2 r I c c f f ANNOUNCEMENT Yea COlfliI CLJtHK AROflK4tVAAUGUto the action of the Democratic Party yBURNto the action of the Democratic Party We are authorized to announce D n lEVIS candidate for County Clerk subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce M if ubjectJESSECOBBto the action of the Democratic party FOB SUEBIFF pWAGERScounty subject to the action of the Democratic party WflALLItDSheriff subject to the action of the Democratic party MARTINGENTRYcounty subject to the action of the Democratic party BDROADBUSsubject to the action of the Democratic party FOB ASSESSOR OLDUA1cqunty subject to the action of the Democratic party LDAXRRcounty subject to the action of the Demo cratic party GEORGENOLANDcounty subject to the action of the Democratic are authorized to announce G W ofMadisonDemocratic party We are authorized to announce BUD DUNN AssessorLsubjectFOB JAILS CLACKEYcounty subJcct to the action of the Democratic are authorized to announce PETER G PARRISH a candidate for Jailer of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic 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 PERKINSaction of the Democratic party TENDER TRIBUTE TO OUR DEAD ERNOR The following tribute to Gov Wm Go bel was taken from the Lexington Leader and was written by Mrs J C Gorge who was formerly Miss Ida Stivers of this city Tis doneBut yesterday a king Oh shame on the darkscene To think that Gods fair world hath been The footstool of a thing so mean Illfated heart and can it be Thy life should thus be rent in twain Have years of care for thee and thine Aliko been all employed in vain To die a prince or live a slave Ills choice was most ignoblo brave Tbo assassins glory was the hour Of self upheld abandoned power Their evil deed is wrote in gore Nor written thus in vain Ills triumph tells of dear won fame While they are steeped in shameful stain His words lila wish Ida every sway Which man seemed born but to obey lIe in bis fall preeervedbis pride Few mortals have so nobly died The Spaniards when the lust of sway Had lost its quickening spell Cast crowns for rosaries away An empire for a cell nut thou reluctant to believe The thunderbolt they meant to throw Walked proudly out in glorionsday So soon by enviedhands laid low Ah t when we bid adieu to light Slaves to the cruel worlds control We sigh a long farewell to The world corrupt the nobfest soul Astrolls the oceans changing tide Bo human feelings ebb and flow Ah who could in a breast confide Where stormy passions ever glow Not so with him we mourn today He was a man Imlneo just A monarch in this bitter strife To which all mankind turned with trust We mourn him as our honored dead Anti bow our beads to evil fate The warning came his life to save But oh alas it came too late There is a tear for all that die A mourner for the humblest grave But nations swell his funeral cry And triumph weeps above our brave It is said that daring the examination of Goy Goebela personal papers a few days ago several due bills for consider ftble amounts of money were found all oi them from a distinguished man who was one of those who took a conspicu ous part in the campaign of vilification and abuse of tho late Governor Yet he did not once bring up the fact that this man for years had owed him for cash borrowed A Baby s Dirt II Is very much like the wossora II of a flower Its beauty and- penectiondependsVI entirely U upon the care upon U its parent Expectant mothers I Ishould have the care U They should be spared all worry IIarni anxiety eat of nourishing food ThisIing their health and as well as that of the little one to I come But to be absolutely sure I of a short and painless labor they should ue Mothers Friend reKnUrlTdnrUr the oMiM ot a tfonTklll is a Mtape Usll trhicb- is to bo wit msily It riTe Ststrengthandvigortothe tc1e amd or ollMOf nancy which WODMIt use4 to think were absolattlr wes ryWIIea Mother Friend ta is4 MR1tdanger whateter Gt Motecs rIad at the drag ito It LpsEbe44le 1EIMIfmllftMATM CO ATLANTACA wrakasr I e Ii liS HE A LITTLE AMERICAN REPUSLI CANS WILL PLEASE ANSWER Some time ago and not so very long ago either n man Who has been hailed as a great statesman by a great party mid avcoided high honors in this country Huid The United States lisa no desire fur war Or eolique st Their attitude slim ited outside their own boundaries to the safeguarding ot liberty Our writ ton constitution is so constructed that no act of the party in power can be come an actuality without the consent of the people and the people are peace ful industrious and opposed to new ventures America wishes to grow by the expansion of her commerce by ex porting her products and not by force of arms America would have wel comed an arrangement which would have assured the island Cuba a liber al and just government nnder the con trol of Spain For our true position Irepeat is to guarantee the liberty of the people but not to dictate their laws Had the author of the above uttered those words in 1889 or in 1891 he would have been hailed by his party leaders as an able expounder of the greatest document ever penned to guarantee the liberty of a people lint he did not ut ter thorn until a later date Now the leaders of the party to which he be longs which party has signally lion ored him denounce such language as the language of a little American tho language ot a copperhead the manuderiugs of a Tagal Such senti montH are denounced in unmeasured terms by greater statesmen of his party statesmen like Hay Day Quay Platt Grosvenor Ilanna EIkiosBever itlge Grings Gage Smith and Root The above words were uttered in Paris in JJ8 The ruan who uttered them is Benjamin Harrison exPresi dent of the TJtiited States MilesburgPacolds croup and sore throat One Minute Cough Cure is unequalled It is pleasant for children id take I hearti it to mothers It is the producesimmediate lungdiseasesPerry Thomas Born Senator Blackburn and Mr Watterson who are in Washington say in interviews that the election law should be amended so as to take even a suspicion of partisanship from it We believe ourselves that the passage ot the law was unnecessary and said so when it was before the Legislature but after it was made a part of the Democratic platform and was given the seal of constitutionality by the Appellate court we accepted it both as a Democratic and State law and argued that it is not half SQ bad as its enemies con tend Ignorance of its provisions for not one man in 100 ever read the law and its abuse by twoforanickle spell binders cost us many votes in November and signally failed to accomplish what the Republicans claimed It was lor We should lSOnnlJy prefer that it should remain the law since Gov Goebel permitted his name to be given to it though at the same time doubting it is said the propriety of its pass age but if it is to be a stumbling block in the way of the Democrats in the future as in the past it will be better perhaps to amend it so that no charge of partisanship can attach to it Ken tucky is Democratic without a socalled counUn machine Stanford Journal Prevented a Trapjedy Timely information given Mrs George Long of New Stritsville Ohio prevent ed a dreadful tragedy and saved two lives A frightful cough had long kept her awake every night She had tried many remedies and doctors but steadily grew worse until urged to try Dr Knigs New Discovery One bottle wholly cured her and sho writes this marvelous medicine also cured Mr Long of a severe attack of Pneumonia Such cures are positive proof of the matchless merit of this grand remedy for curing alt throat lung and chest troubles Only 60e and 100 Every bottle guaranteed Trial bottle free at Perry Thomas drugstore f The Inventive Age and Patent Index now in its twelfth year is the only journal published at the National Capital devoted to patents It contains an index of every patent granted each week and information about the Patent Office which no other journal possesses Price one dollar a year Address EG Siggers 918 F Street N W Washington D C WAR TO LiE DEATH PffiSTS Or TES POULTRY TASD MUST QOI Ameriraa Lice Destreyer Kills More Mites Lice anti Other Yeraia la a Day Than All Other Remedies Combined The war is on The days of lice And Vermin that have iloneeo much to make the life of the poultryman miserable and his business unprofitable are over American Lice Destroyer is the proper preparationiscannot exist twentyfour hours after it is applied to ther coop or fowls Every poultryinan needs it It is cheap reliable amid effective one package being sufficient to protect 230 fowls from mites and lice for one year When this Destroyer is used profits at once increase Lice and vermin do more to kill profits than all other causes combined You know it Dont go on losing money every week but try American Lice Destroyer You may have tried other things without success but if this fails you call have your money back We are in this fight to 8tayand will back Destroyer ngalwt any BiTtnber of mites or lice you may have Dont fool awav money with recipie jr homemade makeshift Use eknih tIc means The American L5 Destroyer hlWlbeef1 used by thOllMNlwf poultryraeH ji lisa been oa this IHakt for severs years Mid IMS Melt teM4dthund ol times Wekiijwiti all rljtht MdiJ it does not do the work rcmentberyot get your MHMcjr bck What mote car yoU If your droplet dMiUael Awrin LIe4t 1oyr hes bi dL the bt ts swd lot 1 boi byAmwnUMI il ff IJ BEFORt BABY WAS ETON Every woman looks forwards with feelings of indescribable joy to the one event in her life compared with which all others pale Into insignificance How proud and happy she will be when liar precious babe nestles on her breast how sweet the name of mother J And yet her happy anticipation clouded wIth dread of the pafu and danger of time ordeal so that it is impossible to avoid the feeling of constant fear The danger and suffering attendant upon being a mother cnn bo entirely pre vented so that the coming of the little stranger need irttbe looked forward to with fear and trembling Every woman who reads this can obtain attracjtlveis Born by sending her name and ad- dresS to the BradQeld Regulator Co priceilessone should fail to send for it Volcanic Eruptions Are grand but Skin Eroptions rob life of joy Bucklens Arnica Salve cures them also Old Running anti Fever Sores Ulcers Boils Felons Corns Warts Cuts Bruises Burns Scalds Chapped Hands Chilblains Best Pile cure on earth Drives out Pains and Aches Only 25 cents a box Cure guaranteed Sold by Perry Thomas Drupgests C POLITICAL NOTES It is said that David B Hill will head the New York delegation to the Demo cratic National Convention There is talk of bringing lorward Judge Van Wyck for the nomination for Vice President Congressman Watson of Indians in a card to his constituents asking for re nomination explains that he voted for the Porto Rican bill at the earnest so licitation of President McKinley and the leaders of the Republican party Gov Bcnton McMillan Tennessee in a speech at Pulaski Monday announced his candidacy for reelection From bin remarks as to the United States Senatorehip the inference was drawn that le would also be a candidate for Senator at the proper time The Louisiana Republican Conven tion at New Orleans indorsed President McKinley for rbnominatiou and elected Capt A T Wimberley exGov W P Kellogg Richard Sims and J Mad son Vance colored delegates from tho StateatIarge to the National Conven tion Georgetown Times Mrs Harriett Evans Hinsdale Ill writes I never fail to relievo mv children from IOUP lit once by nslu One Minute Cough Cure I woulll not feel safe without it Quickly cures coughs colds grippe and nil throat and luug diseases Perry Thomas WILLING TO LOAN TO CHRISTIAN A few days ago the Emporia Kan Gazette printed this burlesque atV which might appear in the Rev Mr Sheldons Christian daily Wanted A Christian man wants money to Invest Will guarantee 20 per cent per month No chance to lose as everything will be managed by Christians Addaess Brother Bolten this office The editor bad no idea that anybody would take it seriously but a widow saw it and answered it A reporter called on her and found that she ac tnally bad 3COO to lend to a good Christian who must have a certificate front his pastor that bo attends church and prayer meetiogregnlarly She asked no other security LADIES For relief of women Cheater Tansy Tablets worth their weight in gold A safe and certain monthly regulator Sift box MUnDOCK CURE Co nov29 ly Atlanta Ga An Indianapolis special wye that local Democrats who attended the meeting of the National Democratic Committee ay that Mr Bryan will not make a personal canvass when he is renominated for President sucb as be matte in 1896 and that he will confine his speech making to delegations which may visit him at bis home in London Nebraska The reason advanced is that Mr Bryan having voiced his views on 111 questions that will obtain in time coming campaign both in time East and West there will be no necessity for his appearance as a speaker besides which tome of Bryans advisers feel that there is a popular prejudice against a Presi dential candidate making canvass of the country Rev W E Sitzer W Cat on N Y writes I had dyspepsia over 20 years and tried doctors and medicines with nut benefit I was persuaded to use Kodol Dyspepsia Cure and it helped me froth the start I believe It to bo a panacea for all forms of indigestion it dimests yha you cat ltriy Thomas Time question which is the most profitable crop for the farmers to raise corn or wheat is being discussed in some quarters The consensus of opin not seems to favor wheat as not only producing more money to the acre but as being cheaper to produce in other words than 1000 worth of wheat can be raised with less labor and expense than 1000 worth ol corn Hnrrods burg Sayings Ta 1area Celd IH tine Day Take Laxative Bromo Quiniue Tablet All druggists refund the money HIt falls to cure 25c EtV Groves signature Mon each box oct23flrn We never see a maim brush his clothes that we do not make up our minds to get home and do likewise and straight way break the resolution PUTNAM FADELESS DYES are fast to sun light washing anti rubbing Sold by G L Searcy Waco Thomas Adams PanoiaEy A man Mvtr WaRtS his son to learw I th tHMte h hMalways worked at A JewJrthlak if you have dorm i Iithfti t roarieloek along time lotrirpt hurt rmyiItldaebolji r Iciik S a THE KENTUCKY STOCK FARM The stock of the Kentncky Stock Farm Publishing Company has been purchased by Mr Desha Bieckinridge and the company having been reorgan fred plans for the improvement of the American Stock Farm have been ma tured by him by which it will become even more a factor in the advancement of the interestof the light harness horseWhile the American Stock Farm has been and will continue to be in the scope of its news and breadth of its edI- torials a national journal it is most distinctively representative of the trot ting and pacing horse the home of which is KentuckykjVTbe nanw of tho paper will be changed fronvthe American Stock Farm to tho Kentucky Stock Farm under which name it was previously knownnnd secured a repu tation not bounded by the limits of the United States Under the new management Judge Ifving Halsey who Is one of the best known writers on all subjects pertain lug to the breeding rearing and train lug of the light harness horse will be in charge of the editorial columns This is a guarantee that the editorial col umns of the Kentucky Stock Farm will be conducted on the broadest and wisest lines and will bo a benefit to every man interested in any branch oi time horse industry Mr Frank Kenney who was Secretary of the Louisville Trotting Associa lion will be in charge of tile Kentucky Stock Farm Purses and the advertising columns of the paper and will aid In- gathering news for the columns of the Stuck Farm He will devote to it iiis entire time the coming year Mr Ken hey is one of the most widely known and most popular ol the younger gener atlon of horsemen and takes to the Stock Farm an acquaintance with all the horsemen and a fervid love and in terest in tbe trotting horse itself Mr Kenney will be assisted by Mr S A Smith who is one of the most active and ablest of the younger generation of newspapermen in Kentucky who has heretofore devoted himself to the daily field Mr W W Smith will remain as he has been for time past six years managing editor of the news department of the paper and with the able assistance of Mr S A Smith and Mr Kenney will encrease and give added value to those columns The services of Mr S A Northcutt who for the past six years has been Secretary of the Winchester Building and Loan Association has been se cured as bookkeeper and business manager Now that the feeling among the horsemen is one of great encouragement and signs point to the revival of that prosperity which was regnant from 1883 to 113 thg Kentucky Stock Farm with the push and energy that will be put back of it and addition of the able men who have assumed control and will devote their whole time to it Is assured of a period of prosperity and use fullness equal to that of any such journal in the world Every man Interested in the horse industry desires to got the news from Kentucky and become familiar with the methods in vogue in that State and it sewns that thus paper will therefore have an advantage of location possessed bv no otherpaper in America Hylers Dyepepscia Tablets pleasant easy to take and give permanent relief 30 days treatment on receipt of price MOKDOCK Curs Co nov29 ly Atlanta Ga Representative Richardson has point ed out a way to curb tbe trusts under recent decisions of the ILS Supreme Court He has offered two resolutions one prohibiting the transportation of sugar owned by this sugar trust and the other prohibiting the transportation ofwood pulp and printing paper owned by tho laper trust until the Interstate Commerce Commission are satisfied that the prices charged for such articles will not yield the mam facturer thereof a net profit of more than 4 per cent wonder how it feels to be able to IIWe wo babe no de- btsTREtIthYi A persis tent cough Is lat first a f friend for it gives warning of the ap proach of a deadly enemy Heed the warning before it is too late be fore your lungs become in flamedbe fore the p r J 1tion rsJtieTI I Dont delay until lungs are sore and r cold settled down VISurJ I in your chest I enemy before thede lovtkiU you your cough todayI One dose brings relief A few doses make the curcompefeI Tkrxtlm UckTH w MnMM srIWibf i NitoralhoI I sad alt UJrMt atfe5ea5 I HIflSIsdIt fmr M ynua asia it BiruUJybwUthemil j l JJM1IIIM Ua r y N M- Pt t4IIpltwW 1M Jot i4kat sv5p tba9IIJIJ sIi amr I Ir YU I I r 4l J1 1 J1vviOt I BR IJ HEADQUARTERS FOR SEWINGIIACHIHESAND tt MACHINES S no Orders taken for PIANOS and ORGANS Repairing Specialty BSFOFFJCE opposite Court House with Freeman Bros janJNy Remember OOThat I have purchased the stock of groceries re cently owned by Mr J M Asbill near L N De pot and am now prepared to furnish and deliver fresh goods to any part of the city at the lowest prices I shall continue to make- PRODUCE A SPECIALTY PoultryButter than any house in Rich mond It will certainly prove profitable to you to get my prices before disposing of anything in this line A L GOTT jnnI- tttaotho Home Iaaa Insure your dwellings barns and other prop erty In the BLUB GRASS INSURANCE COM PANY of Lexington Ky a home Institution Gives protection sgains- tflRELIallTNINi 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 mOlt reliable company for the people of our county now operating in the State and gets cheaper every year to onelialf after tHe first year For further information call on their agent and collector S It S Black attorneyatlaw oppositeCourtCompany upstairs JHCABTEB Pres may24ly C C BOSWORTII Secy KodolDyspelJsia Digests what you eat Itartlficially digests the food and aids Nature in strengthening and recon structing the exhausted digestive organs It is the latest discovered digest ant and tonic No other preparation can approach It in efficiency It in permanentlycuresDyspepsia Flatulence Sour Stomach Nausea- SlckHeadacheGastralglaCrampsnnd imperfectdlgestionPrepared For sale by Perry t Thomas TRADEMARKSPA FREENoUceCharges moderate No tee tIU patent Is secured Letters strictly confidential Address E C SIGGERS Patent Lawyer Wasblngton DC IR ECENRfl J = t FOR WEAK MEN Tho crest French Remrdy la wIthin easy reach of every American It nets powerfully and quickly A Hew Mart Phniexll Perfect is lha result 0130 dan REGENERO Youncmcn wlMregaln lost roanhcod and Old Men will recover thcir youthful rIgOr It fits ono for business study or marriape REGENER3 Is the greatest ever sold h this courrr Can In reSt pocict Dy mall SLED roox or six for 500 Wo ehsfrfullj rjlund Ihlnoncyuvhcre six boxea donot effect a cure Circulars tree Address the American oQco ol BoRDEAUX KliDICM COf Wifwll2i For sale by Prrryis Thomas scptl3ly 253OOO INICash Premiums ARE BEING OFFERED BY TIlE Cincinnati 1irrFO- RNearest Correct Guesses on the Population of the United States b06e rjortd by tl U 8 95us Bureau for 1900 The first celled of the United States was taknn in 1810 Ulnce then every succeeding ten years The retail of each census lisa been as follows Year TopiJatlon YearrClpnbtl- on18t01rI881IBM 8B3332J I860 31t433Zl 1830 12W60M I 1S70 WSS817l- M40 lrVCa453 Ism RO15578J 1850 W87 1891 UC22ZM Here on h tho figures of n basis of calcu IheiTerritories and the District 0f Jolumblar To the firstae ist correct guess rcodiJ3COO To the Second To the Third To the Pourtbj wTo the Fifth +To the 8 200 To the Seventh BC To the next beach 100amountlagto ICOO II to Mi 2585- II luolI fS 2588 II j5I 2 11008 It15aq II 18i4I Total BBmberjof premiums 21i2 000 amoltrUnlito Rsadire of tK CLIMAX CM avail Hwnwelv el this offer I payment to acrlptiOR to the Md fcrtSeWBSK LYEQUIlU a CQtig Only 2OQ sqiiaim ICofUlrk sd ata1ui- Is tIA8 10 mIIIN I IUIiJT c v- 0 Madison Monumental Works J I ESTABLISHED 1863 1 H u JAMES T HAMILTON PROPRIETORit Monuments Tombs Headstones Statuary and Foreign and tAmerican Marble and Granite + i lINE WORK A SPECIALTY +Those who are contemplating buying Marble Granite or any kind of Cemetery Work will find it to their interest to call at the old stand in tho rom of the M E Church on Irvine Street where they will find constantly on hand n large stock of finished work to select from at prices to suit all clafseR of buyers Mn W G GOUCHER one of the best workmen in Contra Kentucky is in charge of our establishment and this means satisfactory work In every phase Parties living at a distance shoulll write to us for designs which wfJ be furnished on application erYOUR PATROXAGE SOLICITED tMES T H7 MILT0N Proprietor NEW 1 xeJ I READY oC YEAR1 a3Our immense store is now filled to over rflowing with the newest most attractive and useful articles for O5e consisting ofLadies Desks Chif foniers China Cabinets Book Im Cases Rockers Hall and Libra ry Chairs Morris Chairs Jar diniere Stands and Screens r prevents us giving a full list ofSpace bZ beautiful things we have this season and thej i vite you to make us an early call and the rush Yoacan make your purchases now from a full and stock at 1 tiP ftjc WATCH IIW Otugutifu ta KI i t hovi VinJQvI- 1t p 9 ny tp SI NEVILLE MOBERLEVI 0 220222 W Main Street Li KYNIGHT This Is The Oliver Plow il 1f IF YOU HAVE USED IT TOU 4- 1j KNOW IT IS ITIlE BEST SiIF YOU HAVE I NOT WE WILL PROVE IT IS THE BEST c4 We are still handling the Brown Cultivator Havoith Corn Planter and the Best Harrowi ori the market Also a full line of Collars LHarness Back Bands Bridles and all kinds Plow Gear and a full line of Hardware and Stoves t I ImFMAIIT SrifiEEf RtclId itt d l I I T r pju t f 1q 7 11 i p f i J i = TO THE FARMER BlueglassOrchard SeedfromE1DEATHERAGE CL Headquarters for Salt Lime and Cement The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY MA GlTl4 1900 We are offering you Ol i1auow at a ss price than we can replace it for McCann Deatherage Pavid Landrolh Sons garden seeds arc sold by McCann Death rage s li agents for this Territory Onion sete 10 cents per quart Other rlcn seeds at proportionate prices at Mriaun DQatherage- We are offering genuine bargains in rMtia glassware limp etc and will continue to do so until our entirestock b xliausted- McCann Dealherago 1u you ever eat pudding if so come iiinl get one of those iiico decorated inner sets 100 pieces attho low price ti McCann Dcatherage rCiip looking Dont you want a ilmly llayilands decorated dinner R HH pieces for S25- McCann Dcathernge p Snils from 10 up to mfcasiiro at 0 unVr8 mar4tl loiui D Harris solil tpRAV Gol T a saildlehorse for 125 Jiplin sells Blue Gem and Semi risniel coal Cant be beat Tele ue 81 7m4w Walker Tevis and J IL Walker aro iiA rorietors of the Hume store at Sivcr Creek Call and leavo your ineasuro atISiMiifers the tailor inarl4tf Bales McKlwaine have thorough kd 2yoarolil liacUney stallion 1Iljht in the East Mr John Rupert has moved into liouso on Hiish street recently ocIn thy Mr H It Pickels Military Band supper musical and i Diilar lady cunttfet fur mandolin at iasiinu Temple Friday night Kvfrylnxly shuuld read the adver tIIIInt ptsewhere in this issue of Mutual Life Insurance Company lr R Uoidstein of Louisville will Iit the Hntfl tilyndon Match 20 for lay only Those puttering with asesof the eyes should call and see mi Fancy shirts in now styles at Stouf- l l inarl4tf lief Alluiun captured Tas Illy r l who is charged with stealing irnn the Gilberts Creek post office JfVIty Marshall Short took the prison t iii confesstii to Mt Vernon Iv guarantee is that every Suit of tii shliall give perfect saiisfintion ifavin the shop I do not fIr clothes that do not fit CiUVS JACOBS Jltf The Tailor I s thf nc ntyl ha s atStoullerV Sniiethiig new in Mulls Clothing ihas Irffobs UK bus tho Shiest ituont of nanipeH Hver brought t Kiclimind HIM prices are the st aul goods the bet kill and iv stigatM feb21lf irttat oppoiltiuify ffl red to good r ii e ma jwlury oT S1G per week fXpenx 8 for IIKUI with rig to intro HUT Poultry Mixture and liifcect Jrllqr iii lieiiiuiitry tiil stain p iuiiiaii Mig Co Teire HiiilH Ind r 1Sfebly atItIent Oil alan of 15 per week expanses the gn ateji agent seller t t ir proiluce every stoW and poultry Tlir buys it on sight UiiHilcrs want stampAirieattJSfebly tElkLodge Here movement is on foot to organize a 1ilge of iho Beiievohiiit Protei ternIiIzns are alr aly tUtiiirJers Have suits made Stouffer andsave 10mnrl4tfFound On Main street Wednesday a nice clothbound book Owner can have same by calling on J H Edwards at notimNew and True Dentists who extract tooth becanse learnhowBuildingRichmoud boysclothingWill Lilly Pulled His Gun andJohndrew pistols on each other while din inlrankfortWinchester Democrat Said Louisiana Land Mrs Sarah Gibson Humphreys mother of Mrs C D has sold 10000 worth of spruce on her Louisi ana plantation to an eastern firm for the manufacture of paper Strayed A white and black setter bitch with ThursdayMarchal reward for return of same to the un dersigned JOE CHENAULT mar4tf Richmond Ky Stoufler the tailor makes suits to fit marl4tf Electric Light Suit Postponed Tim suit against Hauss Adair on an indictment transferred to the Jessa mine Circuit Court to have been tried last Wednesday at Nicholasville was postponed to June term by Judge Scott on account of the compulsory ab sence of one the attorneys Strayed From my farm near Whites Station 2ycatolddehorned be paid for return ot same to the under signed Du J W MAUPIN Whites fetation Ky Dont buy a suit uutil you eCol stoufiers mar4tf George Drake Killed George Diake the famous mountain detective was killed near Torrent Tuesday by William St John The latter killed a man nll ned Ford at the same time Drake was a brave officer anti a terror to lawbreakers The killI jug occurred over a cow trade Drake was well known here A FAIR OFPSS I will fill any order for you at the slime pric for anything in the jewelry line that ou can get from any other city Selected from anybodys catalogue that you may ht ve thereby sav lug you expense of orderinJIIJespectfullv jm31jrDJ ARMER Save money and get a suit from stouflbr Mnarl4tfu- dgo Denton For Judge Appellate CourlI Some loading Democrats of the Tenth distrlct have been saying nice things of Judge Jas M Beuton and lusgosting that he would be good ma eiial for the Democratic nomination fur Judge of the Court of Appeals He would make an excellent candidate and model Judge but we neod him in Clark yet awhile Helen oung man with we hope many years of life be lore him and the Democrats of theI State will delight totIo him honor when he aspires to public position Winchester Democrat Ladles Skirts Cblalned by Endless Chaini SchemeIA wellknown young lady who lately viiited Cincinnati returned with the news of a plan that had been adopted there by a prominent firm to sell skirts and she brought one of tim skirts toIHiclunond in proof of the legitimacy the oiler and the quality of the Joods In a few days Richmond had baenpret tv well canvassed and in a short while the skirts were op exhibition Our home merchants sholllt heailolf this en cruachinent on their territory by a counter scheme anti we trust they will Riicrel unless the thing falls through for want of new subscribers Had Gop Creates a Panic A mail log bally scared the citizens on Main Street iaoi Saturday arid suc ceeded in fastening its fangs itt two childrens logs Carl Stall and a negro boy being the victims The dog ran do n Main street snapping and snarl ing causing a general Htampcde into the stores Capt Charles Dudley sta tioned himself behind a goodsbox and as the mad dotf ran past he reached out and tapped him between the eyes with his club and then pounded him into submission later killing him before the brute could do further harm The boys who were bitten were car ried to a uiad stone in Dr Smoots of flee hnt it failed to adhere to the wounds e fj SweepingReduction i IN 1 uits vercD ts h esHB VY Unnerwear t bt Having bought our stock for spring before the I dcath of Mr Mitchell and the partnership having 7 to be closed we will begin at ouce to every thing in i j ilEAVY fiOODS g Illat PRICES LOWER THAN WAS EVER SOLD A b THIS TOWN BEFORE This is nq catch ad J but a bonafide bargain in every article offered fa Alens and Boys Suits and Overc9ats- f Mens Shoes and Underwear If you dont ne d the nQW it win pay you tto buy for next winter as the prices we will make IV A will be less than the same goods can be bought from r w the manufacturers tA COME ANt GET PRICES CovingtonMItchjS- T t it r 175Twfey 8l vr WeHiclt1toO therehassilveranuiversaryot evenlnFhaguet8youngto the celebration by elegantly engraved lettertngreached by one of the best known and thegoodThe night was temperate wiuVa new moon and stars contributing to an Furicy sedIfamilyIapartments Into one Entering this wellarranged home the guests were abovethenceeveryguesttered This novel feature was in chaige beautyofeveryhanda byceaselss MissI3esslecOrdialitynflerJoy the evening without the restraints of stiff There was a band of music a mammoth bowl of royal punch and the silver presents to interest and cngagedinno strangers were there The smile of recognition and the happy salutations of old friends who had not met in eveniugoneshould recompense the host and host expenseIncident delighltnlsocial event more in our lives saying tunebusthisfuof the present or a durable memory of a delightful occasion More attractive if possible was the rear parlor which like the other rooms was ablaze with candles that shed their mellow light upon the happy hundreds gathered beneath the Turley roof Two silver hearts entwined glowed from their position over the mantle beside silnificantfigurative figures worked in holly leaves by deft lingers were pinned upon the snowy curtains Gracefull palms and the greenery of fresh holly gave a pretty effect to an already beautiful apartment helVYdraperya beautiful apartment papered in crim Mu and gold lighted with scarlet can dies to match was cleared of its fur- nishIngs except a long receptacle for the scores and scores of gifts from far and near It would be as difficult to enumerate these tokens of Jove and friendship as to name all who assem bled there that evening We cannot forbear mentioning that sent by Mr J L Scblegel tho wellknown photo ra pher It is an oil painting of a fishing party in camp on the banks of the Rockcastle river Every portion of the painting is true to life There are grouped the members of the local fish ing which males an annual visit to the classic stream in the mountains In the center sits Mr Turley fat fun ny fiveandsixty favorite with all rile other members are Messrs G W Pickels John E Greenleaf I L 3ch legel Joe Einbry Joe Ginnchigli mi together with their camping outfit fishing tackle guns and dogs lbeI Jnb attended the wedding celebration in a body and this painting gave them surpriseThis ac onnt withoutremarking upon the in terior decorations As the guests en tered the front parlor after registering it the door the scene wise one of trans endent beauty Facing you were the numerous candles that lined the man tie row above row producing an effect tar more beautiful than the most brilli givenrheseind cedar and behind them was the ujpacious mirror that reflected the tight to all parts of the room Ovtr he folding were rich lace curItains caught up and draped by sprigs of edar and holly tiny leaves of the lat bar dotting the window curtains showing the painstaking care everywhere manifested to make this occasion an artistic as well as a social success The two hundred guests were served with a bountiful embracing the substantials and the delicacies of the season Forty at a time sat in the din ing room which was kept open during displayetlfemininity in the decoration of the center table laden with silver condelabra vases of white carnations cut glass rare china and stacks of confections on spotless linen fringed with smilax The mantlo was banked with holly and cedar and the curtains were flecked with holly leaves Sixteen beautiful girl waiters served the guests and lent ad ditional charm to the attractive apartment There was everything the heart could desire or fancxpicture and over it all was the delightful consciousness of openhanded hospitality and good cheer dispensed by the host and hostess EANDOU NOTES It required sixteen young ladies to wait upon the guests in the dining room as follows Misses Sue Deather IvyCoyEmily Chenault Annie Ellison Katie Douclas Stella Adams Vessie Hocka day Lizzie Turley Earl Onenault Jen TurleyMaryAmong the guests from a distance were Mrs B C llagcrmau and daughter Misses Virgie and Sadie Foirg of Lexington Mrs Jr S G Bronaugh and daughter Miss Edna Mrs J H BoggsMrs Edgar BogS Mrs Grant Evans Nicholasville Mr and Mrs Walknr McKinney Winchester Mr and Mrs Ab Sparks Livingston Rev L H Reynolds North Middletown Mrs R PVSpears Spears Mr and Mrs A J Winters and son Barnett Paris Misses Amy Davidson and Jennie Gul lev Lancaster The following children and grand children were present Mr no E Turley and wife nee Miss DellaSpears and their children Itoh ert Spears Elizabeth and Katherine Mr Sam 1 DeatheraEe and wife nee Miss Rosa Turley and daughter Mary AllenMr G 13 Turley Jrand wife nee Miss Edlou Phelps an4 children Edwin and Louise Misses Elizabeth and Bessie atd Messrs John and William Turley Mr Tnrley has five sisters Mrs Mary Bogs Mrs DavidSimmons Mrs Sue Uoty Mrs R 0 Boggs all of this coun ty and Mrs Lou Simmons of Danville Except Mrs David Simmons who was iUal were present Mrs rurieva sisters present were W L Hocka day Win Dozier of this ouutySOf the four who stood up with them at their marriage two were present Mrs W L Hockaday and Mr John Parrish Mr Tnrley was attired in the very suit and even the boots which ho wore the same day 25 years ago The suit is of the finest broadcloth and is as handsome and serviceable as the day he received it frdm the tailor Peter Smith deceased Whenever this happy couple cole bride their wedding anniversary and this they have not failed to do since their flrst they follow it with two other celebrations Remarkable as it may seem Mr Tmrleys birthday followahis wedding day and Mrs Turleyu is the day alter Thus three days are given up to feasting and celebration and M g specimen of these Annual affairs we- ehoold fail here to record that on last Saturday wjien Mr Turley passed his CStii tulle posts thirtythree pereoas sat down to dinner and as many tuore the day following carneto conratlee the bot o reachiBjf her 55th Mrth day Laet w as exttaordtnary IM- tn the hlvOa Tisss a bM T5WI bQrs L5 W rf Mr Mfc cj i t EdlonPhelps rfnrleydayTheprepared the wedding dinner was on hand last Fri herarmsmembet1ljof ofMrGBA quarter century passed in blissful wedlock such as theirs has been is the Passingthrou rlthyabout them lbs children and grand children who have filled their lives with sunshine and with Joy Their home has ever been the abode ofa niunifident hospitality oltcn extended to strangers with a generosity which myhouseyettallquartercenturyfunity and purpose of action that the sunshine of one life brightened the pathway of the other and if clouds there theyovershadowedthe May the years which remain bring only the brightness the calmness of the hapPfeveninSt time and as the sun flf the western hilln mils glory be to them the emblem of greetthemeven death cannot mar the harmony of their lives if side by side still eloso they keepthis is our wish this the wish of all who know and honor Mr arid Mrs G B britlesmotherin BTurleyKentuckyRegister Peafowls for Sale I have for sale four pairs of Peafowls EstillEstillNow Blacksmith Shop 9bopfromnow prepared to do all kind of work iron or wood work I have had shoeingAm instrucionsnearMcKeeRespectfullyW SPIELD feb2t4t Richmond Ky An Improvement Mr S L Midkiff lisa just completed an addition to his warehouse on Third street making the building now 30x80 feet when formerly it was only thirty feet square In this building nicely arranged is one of the handsomest anytownall styles in carriages phaetons sur rica buggies and wagons withor with out rubber tires The vehicles run in price from 25 to 300 Your time is well spent if you call at this vast store only to examine and admire the fine display of beauty and workmanship nd if you desire to purchase it will certainly save you money Gates at the Railroad Crossings On motion of Councilman Stouffer the city fathers unanimously passed un ordinance requiring the L N rail road to erect gates at its crossings on East Main street and East Irvine street near the fair grounds These are two of the most frequently used thorough lares leading into Richmond both are in the city limits and both have needed some sort of guarding in order to afford protection tOccTJUe traveling public Some years airai9it similar rule passed and for a while a flagman was stationed at the Main street crossing but for some reason this was done away with The employment of a watchman to operate these gates will entail extra expense upon the company but it will probably insure greater security against accidents and allow the trains to pass to and fro and do switching in thin yards more expeditiously To Try His Fortune at Railroading Mr Roscoe Reeves of this city son- Dr Jus P Reeves left yesterday for ficholasville to accept the control and operation of the signal tower and witch system at the crossing of the C S and L A railroads This removes from ouroffice a faithful intelligent industrious employe and Rich mond loses one of the very best young exceptionwithbutsayini That he will do well is certain if manly ways good morals industry honesty and courtesy receive recognition at tho bands of soulless corporations With an ambition to make a name in lite he did not disdain to perform menial service with a fidelity that the most important duties ot life require Hence we predict a bright future for him and when it has boon achieved none will rejoice more than the entire office force of the Rich mond CLIMAX In Memoriam Mr W D McGuirea highly respected citizen has passed that mystic change called death at his home in Jefferson county He was well and favorally known in Madison was a wealthy and prosperous farmer He leaves a wife and several children to mourn his loss and a great many rela tives among them being Mrs T V Gibson Mrs H G Wallace and Mrs AT Douglas of this city Deceased was a true Christian a good father and a devoted husband We could not say too much in his praise He was loved wherever he was known May God bless his griefstricken widow and be a father to the fatherless children As for him weknow he will re ceive bright gems for his crown His struggles and tolls on earth were hard but And he shall receive his bright reward beyond the grave On that beautiful shore with robe spotless and white Waiting for ns there where therels no night Mattie For Delegate to the National Democratic Con vention Hom Harvey Helm the faithful and efficient county attorney pf Lincoln wants to go as a District delegate to the National Democratic Convention which will be held in Kansas City July 4 Search the ranks of Democracy from Cumberlands Peak to the Ohio river and you cant find a better work er or a more liberal contributor for the upbuilding of our principes than the gentleman from our neighbor city of Stanford Tall and handsome with a striking physique and intelligent and brainy look he would make an ideal delegate We lira Co second his nomi nation tender him our best services yea If need be grease our tongue pull oil our collar cravat roll up onr sleeves hose up our pantaloons and to work lor lila election Mt Vernon Signal Mr Helm and his brother Sam Helm deceased were graduated at Central University and formed many attached friendships here and they could find no better or worthier Democrat to honor with their support Call for Meeting to Set liMe for Bemeoratk Primary RICHMOND Ky MARcH 0 1900 To HON JOhN B CHENACLT Chairman Dem Co Com Madison Co Ky Sir We the undersigned Tespect f request you to call a meeting of- canctldate8sd those who expect to be candidates on the Democratic ticket and determine upon a date fOr the Democratic primary to select candidates on the Democratic ticket fur the van ous offices to be filled for next terra 1WD Mitchell J B Walker M G Brown C M Raybarn Geo Nolaad A J RoM D R levis J C Oh dii amt H Crooke Ax Doty J Tevi Cobb JL Hratilton JVC Lackey Martin Gren PR Brogue DAMcConl Je e Cobto John F Wttgew Bud Dunn RICHMOND Kit MABCH 10 1 HW Ia eempli8oeewith request Ibewby sail totta sese Ie court hoieiekiaad Ky OB Wqb MtMJtJ r7 Mle KillioDon1hurwdavllWltwhesber Mr Robert Ad aran of Louisville were united in the holy bonds of wedlock Without the weather was beautiful the air was balmy and the sun gladden edall nature with his first warm kiss of spring Within the rooms were dark ened tightly drawn blinds and thou lighted by many brilliant lamps and candelabrar whose soft glow illumined a rllrel beautiful scene Threescore near relatives aud friends of the bride were gathered early aud passed the Inspectingver cut glass rare china and tine linen that loving friends of the bride had sent as mute expressions of good will while others sent or personally expres tied words of Godspeed to the young conple on their journey over tho sea oi connubial bliss At 205 the flret notes of Meddelsshons matchless march pealed forth and the buzzing voices expectnncY1hethe Christian church of which the bride has long been a consecrated shortly1Ilestep to the perfectlytimed music Major Stephenson former schoolmate of the groom and Miss May Taylor a pretty and popular young ladyrcousin of the bride Alter these deepbayferns had converted intoa cozy bower of variegated colorHin walked the hand somegroom conscious of the prize he had won who in her acknowledged regal beauty leaned lightly on his arm All eyes were riveted upon the bride assemblagatheremiration of this lovely and much loved young lady The skillful musician Mrs Taylor of Lexington had so exactly planned the journey of the bride and groom to their position in front of the minister that as the last note was struck the couple faced about and the ceremony at once began Rev Lloyd impressively but briefly pro nounced the words that united the lovers iu the bonds of holy wedlock and led the procession that hastily crowded around to extend congratula tions and best wishes to the happy groom and radiant bride The groom Is welljreinembered here where he attended Central University graduating about two years ago We remember him for his uniform courtesy and exemplary conduct as a gentleman which won him lasting friends among citizens and students He is a member of the wholesale grocery firm of W C Adams Co of Louisville his father partnerMrs citizens here ac knowledeowas one of the loveliest girls within the length and breadth of our populous county To her education is added great personal and a love ly disposition thu enabling the Old critic or the partial to say that in mind heart and person she was a perfect woman nobly planned In earliest childhood she gays promise of being an unusually attractive woman and as we saw her led to the marriage font we witnessed the fulfilment of all those predictions thy God bless this union of hearts and lives and spare them long to enjoy prosperityheartfelt wellwishes of countless friends Lost One large gold breast pin with gentle mans picture enclosed A liberal re wanl will be paid for return of same to this office feb21tf One vice gathers others like a rolling snowballTheresuilsof an gver indulgence in food or drink are promptly rectified without pain or discomfort by taking a few doses of Herbine Price 50 cents Perry Thomas 1m First come flrst served isntsaying how well To allay pains subdue inflammation heal foul sores and ulcers the most sat i factory results are obtained by using Ballards Snow Liniment Price 25 and 50 cents Perry Thomas 1m The highest typo of military haven ion yet devised is the war baloon ECZEMA ITCHING HUMORS PIMPLES CUllED KY Ii U B Bottle Free to Sufferers Does your skin itch and burn Distressing eruptions on the skin so you feel ashamed to be seen in company and scales form on the skin hair or scalp Have yon Eczema sore and cracked Rash form on the skin Prickling pain in the skin Boils Pimples Bone pains Swollen joints Falling hair All run down Skin pale Old sores Eatine sore Ulcers All these are symptoms of Ecze ma and Impurities and Poisons in the Blood To cure to stay cured take B B BfBotanic Blood Balm which makes the blood pure and rich B B B will cause the sores to heal itching of ec zema to stop foreyer the skin to become clear anti the breath sweet B B B is just the remedy you have been looking for Thoroughly tested for 30 years Our readers are advised to try B B B For sale by druggists at per largo bottle six large bottles Lull treatment 5 Complete direction with each bottle So snerers may test it a trial bottle given away Write for it Address BLOOD BALM CO 438 Mitchell street Atlanta Ga Describe your troubles and Fred personalmedicalnd vice given 00 What the public calls a failure is often simply an unrecognized success A R DeFluent editor of theJournal Doylestown 0 suffered for a number of years from rheumatism in his right shoulder and side ne says My right arm at times was entirely useless I tried Chamberlains Pain Balm and was surprised to received relief almost immediately Tho Pain Balm has been a constant companion of mine ever since and it never fails For sale by Perry Thomas 1m After a girl goes to boarding school two weeks she talks about semester We have saved many doctor bills since we began using Chamberlains Cough Remedy in our home We keep a bottle open all tho time anti whenever any of my ffunHypr myself begin to catch cold we to use the Cough Remedy and as a result we never have to send away for a doctor and Incur a large doctor lIIl for Chamberlains Cough Remedy never falls to cure It is certainly a medicine of great merit and wOrtliD S Mearkle General Merchant rind Farmer Mattie Bedford county Pa Por sale bv Perry Thomas 1m Everybody thinks there is always an opening for a newspaper If your child is cross or peevish it Is no doubt troubled with worms Whites Cream Vermifuge will remove the worms and its tone effect restore Its natural cheerfulness Price 2o cents Perry Thomas Ira You cant tell hoW strong affection in by its sighs Much pain and uneasiness caused by piles sparing neither age and sex Tablers Buckeye rile Ointment cures the most obstinate cases Pries 50 eta in bottles tubes 75 cents Perry Thomas Ira Liars should make it a point to care fully cultivate their roemod es Tatter SattRbtuiB amd Kosenw The intense itching end smarting inci dentto these djeesat fe teataatJy allayed by applying Cbaniberlaing Eye and Kwiy very bed eases have bees itlyeure41by it It te equally eJBcieat l and a lemedt for sore nipples chaNted bw frosbea- andchoIc oreey s M eta per box r ccu inJMi eoattUrM wlirt AdloDie JtatntPwrifl III1 t I THE LAmEs TAILOR1IADE SUIT DEPARTMENT AT THE r N BUSY BEE CASH STORE 1J Albany dairyman returned unspeakably been a success beyond pectation proprietors They have therefore redoubled their energies put entire new Suits showing present complete Ladies Fine Medium Priced Tailormade Suits placed anybody tyles dFits Guarante n 1000 1250 and 1500 line Ladies Tailormade they beauties worth many instances price them VVB4RE ALSO SHOWING ELEGANT LINE FINE LACE CURTAINS I will be a treat any lady our assortment of Fine Lace Curtains They comprise p all the new things Point De Callie Myriqnetts Batenburgh Lace and inserting effects p1 Irish Points etc Call see our Curtains before buying will you money CARPETS CARPETS r dont have leave buy a Fine Carpet We have the most complete line MoquettesBobyanywhereWelOc for a good matting SHOES AND SLIPPERSI Ii I We are showing a line Ladies Fine Shoes Slippers that cant surpassed by Ii large shoe store and in order to int due our line shoes more thoroughly are making some SPECIAL CUT PRICES this liiie Dont fail look through our JtDepartment You will be surprised Fine Quality our Ladies and Childrens Shoes our prices will be eyeopener you to soon we are MT fIAJ It Is very hard to stand idly and see our dear ones suffer awaiting arrival of doctor An N Y called at a drug store for a doctor to come see his child then very sick with droop Not finding the doctor in lie left word for him to comeat once on his retnru He also bought abottle of Chamberlains Cough Remeclyiwhicli he hoped give some relief until the should arrive In a few hours he saying the doctor need not come as child was much better The druggist Mr Otto Scholz says the family has since recommended Chamberlains Cough Remedy to their neighbors and friends until he has a constant demand for it from all parts of country For sale by Perry Thomas 1m Deaf and dumb married folks should certainly be happy You can be cheerful and happy only when you are well If you feel of sorts take It will brace you up Price 50 ceuts Perry Thomas 1m The proper size for a lazy individual is exercise Have you a cough A dose ot Cone sena Honey of Tar will relieve it Price 25 and 50 cents Perry Thomaf1m Has far the ex of the in an lot of and are at the most line of and ever on sale by our 750 of Suits are and in double the we ask for AN OF It to to see and we save You to home to of and be any of we in to Shoe at the of and an to by the the and the would doctor the the out See ++ 4 4 + 4 Ck We are agents for The I American Lady Corset This Corset is given tip to be the most perfect fitter and most comfortable of I all Corsets try one e i+ + ++ you at our while Ninetyeight Per Cent There is a fascination about big profits to a business man But the profersterest and the larger per cent of safety in his investments There is no busi ness man who would not consider it a sound to invest in an enterprise loss was Impos sible and which oQereil chances in a hundred of a rich profit The statistics of cures effected by Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery show that per cent of cages of weak lungs can be absolute Iv cured Almost if not all forms of physical weakness may be traced to starvation Starvation saps the strength The body is just as much starved when the stomach cannot extract nutrition from the food it receives as when there is no food Weak lungs bronchial affections obstinate coughs call for nourishment Golden Medical Dis covery supplies that nourishment in its most condensed and assimilable form It makes weak lungs strong by the stomach and organs of digestion which digest and dis tribute tho food and by increasing the supply of pure blood When you brag on a man he ht apt to tell you he could have done loUr better If he had tried his best t OUR DRESS GOODS aan- d Wash Fabrics are he talk of E the town You cant afford not to see P them OUR CLOTHING DEPARTMENT is shuck full of good things for Men Boys and We can fit anybody anyway Our prices styles and quali ties are all fitters If you expect to need 1 a suit or pair of pants give us a triallThanking for past favors and hoping see you liJBUSY BEE CASH STORE respectfully J4 vS II OLIIIIAM COMPANY Ij rRICHMOND STERLING AND GEORGETOWN Herbine proposition ninetyeight ninetyeight strengthening Pretty Children very SPECIAL NOTICE U IOPENING the 1 t Sum mer Fashions by j THE GLOBEICincinnati Xaflors 1 r Bright ideas in shaping JOJRedly different from the usuL Full Jin c on disrplay with an to take your measure o THIS DISPLAY WILL BE GIVEN AT THE STORE OF i IJ B1OgPrg Tha aithr d IotAier Friday and Saturday March 23 and 24 l YYYY Y YY Y Y 7IMIMI IM 7I t 7F +F GRAND OPENING+ OF SPRING U1TIN6k IL s7a A WE WILL HAVE AH EXPERT CUfTEft WISM PULL 4 LINE OP PIECE GOODS TO SHOW YOU FRIDAY AND SATURDAY MARCH 16 fflD 17 + Ard titkeyimeast1l anti guarantee you a perfect fit or no sale Suits to your measure at from 1200 up- oc Over 300 patterns to select from at T IJB TQOFFERS io + i r SIT III + 7 t i I u x q f il 4 II The Richmond Climax J O CnEAULThProprletor-A D MILLER Boilneis Manager O H WOODS Editor WEDNESDAY MARCH 14 1900 PUBLISHED KVERY WKDNKSDAT BYcr The Climax Printing Coi PlUCK PFR YEAIt 150 Gov BRADLEY lias his neck in the yoke with the little bull calf from But ler Give em rope and let them hang themselves A PARDON presupposes guilt and flight is confession But what about a Gover nor i who will issue the one and as gist in the other ic1ETUCKYfor the Democratic ticket next November Can any Democrat gold silver or brass stomach lawless murderous military rule of his StatesTHE Pinevllle Courier In One Word- for Old Kentucky soars into the empyrean and snatches stars from its azure robo to lay at the feet of our grand old State riven though she is by internecine strife but little less bitter- than civil war Is W S Tayloys apology to the people of Kentucky for pardoning persons charged with crimes before trial and conviction hn rays the courts do not give jutiee It reminds us of theo couplit No rulpiit ever felt hatter draw with u good opinion of the law Os Saturday Judge Enmett Fieid handed down his decision in the guber natorial suit fiusUining the contention of the Democrats at every point do clariug that the Lijrislatnre being a coordinate branch of the government its acts are not subject to review by the courts IT has just come to our knowledge that a paper once owned by the Demo crats of Kentucky but now operated by its enemies ceased to come to this office about six weeks ago As its absence was as unnoticed us was its preonce we apologize for this tardy notice of its death TIlE taxpavinc portion of Kentucky that portion pays more money into the treasury than it draws outrecognizes Beckham as Governor If Kentucky is to be divided into two commonwealths the tailend will have to be supported out of the national treas ury instea1 of by a majority of Democratic taxpayers as at present THESE nave been arrested for surged complicity in the murder of William Goobel Secretary of State Caleb Pow ors of Knox formor Auditors clerk W II Culton of Jackson Harmed Whittaker of Butler John Davis copilot grounds policeman John Sut ton Sheriff ofc hitley county W L Hazlott Steward Anchorage Asylum Moro arrests will followaJUDGE FIELDS decision confirms the fact that irom the moment William Goobel wrs decl rd the legallyelected Governor the whole course of Hogjaw Taylor in assuming to set as Governor has hen a usurpation His crowning infmny was in attempting to aid the P8051O of persons accused ofa heinous crime thus becoming a common male fwetor nUll siukinc still lower in the scaie of psfiido Ptatesniaiifhip- JrixiR TAHT a IJH iiWican Inlorp wlimi ov IJrMiliy plead fur FVderal interferoiiiw stid the 1tgIIIl ntllllrizlll tribunal uf tiiii nnv ieign State iiinct 8wJtle election n iioti4 in Kentucky 11110 Field a nwocrat aflliiiiH tin jurisiliclinii anti ii Klinirsof Um Jp gisla lure which dicidwl that Win Goobel was the legKlly lwted overnor Multi Brown Democrats anil self respecting Itapiiblicans who while not conceding Taylors defeat shrink from thejnfamy that apsassinaiion and brought upon Kentucky JUSTICE is to be violated if at allI only whon a throne is in question Euripides was hissed 2300 years ago in Athens for putting these words into the utoutli of a character in one of his tragediesThe and the rebuke are worthy of study today in the light of events in Kentucky when a tragedy not of the stage is Loin enacted and where not a thone indeed but Guber natorial chair is in question Murder has been committed a con stitution pushed aside law defied and decent sentiment ignored by Republi can loaders Republicans ns well as Demorrats have disapproved of the tragedy as the Greek audience frowned on Euripides It remains for Ken titiky to rise in honest might and ad minister at the polls a lasting rebuke to the disorderly illadvised and in competent party now usurping authority that court after court denies they jxissoss CiFiBrawefiCo I LEXINGTON KY YOURE HUGGING A ELU1 INDULGING A DRBAM CHASING A OHIMii When you have your repair work done by incapable work men becausevthey do it for u little less Our Workshops Turn out the best work possible We make over old Furn iture repairing veneers replacing broken coverings scraping and refinishing in a thorouguly satisfactory manner Our workmen are ex periencedour prices are moderate Let us give you estimate Lsl Us IJaots lofl Prises On work On Shades made txjorder the completelm0ia replacing your broken MirrorsQn mending 01- ChairsOn recovering Old Rockers CiFiBiower4Co 3 I MAIN AND BBOJLDWJLY L1ixzTQX XY1- If441f BELOW we reprint a few revektieM from the facile pen of the WashlBxton InbservationsPresident McKinley will bave as much to do with directing the coming cninpaiyn as he did in the last He is too much of a political general to ro main idle while the fight 18 goinz on Mr thiticizede country electioneering forgoing to to people who could not come to him Dignified Mr HcKinlny stayed at home on his front porch which is be inlot enlarged for the same purpose this fall and received callers who Were hauled to Canton on free passes prow vided by the same persons who culed Mr Bryan The President will not consider politics in his public transactions or in i of national affairs Whoopee WhatlllH A greater polit al trimmer never occupied his eta on The latest politics in his public transactions ia his somersault on the Poilo Rican tariff In December he aid it would be cruel not to give Portp Rico free trade Last week he egged his party to vote a 15 percent tariff on that waterlashed and windswept little island Benjamin Hariison says of McKinleya policy in this matter I regard it as a most se rious departure from right principles- It is only when Mr McKinley is alone with the leader of his party and its policy is under discussion that lie uts aside that line which he draws at ther times Then he is the most consummate of all the Republican generals Right you are Anti we dare charge he is then tte most pliable putty ball every rolled between the fore finger and thumb of Mark Hanna the lender of his party lHe pays no attention to the details or the execution of the plans lie hiss proposed This he leaves in other handsIndict him then for great crimes are being committed in his name governmental wrongs that force these words Cram the mouth of one of the greatest of Republican statesmen Senator Hoar The downfall of the repnblic will date from McKlnleys administra tion What an indictment and from what a source While iti most cases politically and in the execution of government business he relies upon his own judgment exclusivtlr he does not hesitate to accept the judgment of another if be considers it superior to his own Mr McKinley is known to be a good- man bnt so weak nato be totally unable to execute his wishes without first submitting titers to the poweaful oligar chy that saved him from financial wreck in 02 and later made hun the nominee of his party lie wastrainod groomed and started as a good horse in a race his backers and owners ever afterwards to be in supreme control oI the administration Wm McKinley consummate poUt ical general Mark Hanua consummate political scoundrel Show me thy companions and Ill tell thee what thnu art I have been a Republican since I860 but my party stinks in the nostrils of decent men If tho people are willing to uphold such corruption as many 01 tho leaders practice anti condone Got help the countryJoilNLk- ADING WANAMAKER GOLD DEMOCRATS REVOLTI CourierJournal and Atlanta Journal Will Positively Support the Democratic Noisiness Prominent Indiana Goldbug Returns HokeSmithOpposethetorially that gold Democrats should support the regular nominees of the campaignThethe following extract therefrom We are lace to face now with propositions which involve a radical departure from the the basic principles of our govern ment such as the establishment a colonialsystem and the perversion of imperialismIn theyflorgold staiidnlaresolid1yarrayed They ale their desire and operatlonstrusts REPUBLICANS AND OURSELVES ARE QUITS fCourier Journal March 8J As far as the ConnerJournal is concerned the Republicans and ourselves are quits They owe us nothing and MB owe them noihine They never did pthemout to save the Democratic party Itwas our honest opinion that the Palmer and Buckner ticket would get from a million to a million and a halfof that these would form the nucleus u reorganization of the party after the awaywithlJcmocracywouldern theories of Populism and Socialism which had taken momentary posses 8takenThet iustasthewas a good linden though it lost To make a long story short the Demo cratic party of the UnIted States stands today in front of its old historic ene mv the few seeking to lord it over the 1tbackeyeantifriendAmongIrrepressibleconflirt himself a Democrat equivocates about it he Is a humbug and wants an offiite idtolerablycoming election If he can tho outbido vote liegot in 1896 ho will practicalIya Democrat in going to balk in front of oftheyetheIrafter We shall question neither their right to lay down the law nor the law snpportJ evilswhich this far in advance we by uo means concede It to impend we anyplatform hilicanpoliticalautonomyreaching chartered companies the to of the rascally trusts and a mere op portonist who right by chance in 1896 wrongtoday thebusiness lAN INDIANAIGOLD DEMOCRAT RETURNS TO THE FOLD 8A1lOtleeabledefectlon gold Democratic ranks came this afternoon when Austin H Brown aa un andBuckner Icticketthat lie would cooperate with there ular Democracy to funexteeti B the IBrgn now appfoehii g Mrj WaithtkuXclttaHf 4 ths tM PW1 tlll JIIM iwF e by McKintey aad hte eeKerta for tblIftIepurPOM AftdMOT Mr BroWs I MB will g to stead war yeas and even ei H tars of agitation of the mosey qHetlop rather thatt witness a change is republielIaes before the people as or r8moult imporlance cl I am for Willimn Jen nings Bryan because he fa the leader at first took ground against imperial Qlatelyhonestorganization and there is nothing to encourage a Democrat who has the good of his country at heart to remain outside of the Democratic or g anizatloubPorto Rican tariff bill has had a- onderfull rejuvenating effect on the Indiana Democracy Two weeks ago there was danger that the Democratic leaders would have to go bunting for candidates to fill the ticket but there is now no scarcityaSAD AND GRAVE BLUNDERp lawThe attempt of Mr Caleb Powers and Capt Davis to avoid arrest was a ead and grave blunder A DELIBERATE MURDER Louljrllle News IndBepub canl The murder of Goebel w deliberate The News has never taken any stock in the idle stories that he was accIdent- ally killed by his friends or to avenge John Sanfonls death It is the duty of the State to bring lila assassins to justice PSONALfMiss Elizabeth Graeme Barbours address Is 315 Riverside New York City spentfromc itySMrs Dan S Harber who has been ill at hei home near White Hall is im p rovingcSir Gray Strothftr a popular C U student of last year was with friends here unday Dr L H Land mah will bo at Mr M M Millers econd door from post office Wednesday March 14thfMiss Lena Parkes spent from Friday until Monday at Winchester with her niece Mrs Enos Lanter SMissMrs Jas Scott and Mrs J IL Flood at Lexlngton says the Herald of Friday Col H L Underwood President of the Middlesboro Town Company was the guest of Dr A Wilkes Smith last Tuesday cMrsmerchant tailor joined her husband here on Sunday and are stopping at the GlyndonoMrs Charles Gibson formerly Miss Maggie Bales and daughter Annette arrived yesterday and are the guests of Dr and Mrs C J Bales Mr and Mrs John Donelson occom tRicaJtrandtimeMr nUll Mrs A J Winters and son Barnett of Paris were the guests of Mr and Mrs S P Deatherage last week beinu here to attend the Turley silver wedding anniversary Prof J D Clark has purchased 200acre farm near Lexington and will move thither in June He will make a specialtyof fine chicken culture of isvery fond Miss Sara Keen Shackelford isle Nash ville visiting her sister Miss Mary Shackelford who is in a seminary there Miss Shackelfurd will also visit her brothers John and James TJrat Montgomery Alabama Mr and Mrs R E Tnrlov had for guests last woekMrs J S C Brouou and laughter Miss Edna and Mrs B C Hagerman and Miss Virgie of Lex ington and Mrs R F Spears of Jessa mine who came over to tho Turley silo ver wedding Among those from a distance who attended the CollinsBeunett nutial were Mrs Mary B Clay and Mr Frank W Clay of Cincinnati Mrs Sam Ben nett of Frankfort Miss Mary Neale of Lexington and a brother and sister of the groom from Ohio Major Woodbury of Middlesboro t proprietor of the great Mingo Coal Corn pany spent Sunday with Dr A Wilkes Smith The latter entertained in honor of Major Woodsbtirys son who is a student of Central University and a very bright and attractive little fellow Miss Jean Andersou of Versailles who visited Miss Florrie Chenault last week and attended the funeral of Miss Geneva Moberley has received from Mrs Pearl Vories Haggiu of New York a ladys watch chain studded with diamonds and a locket jeweled with the same stones Mesdames J S C Bronaugh E C Hoggs Nli Evans and J II Hogan attended the silver anniversary of Mr and Mrs G B Turley at Richmond this weekMrs C K Smith and sonEarl t of Richmond spent a few days this week with Mr and Mrs E C Boegs enronte to Danville to visit friends and relatives Jessamine Journal Mr R Harris Crooko entertained the nlJthtinoclock banquet at Joes the question of exIlJrDunnRevs Turner and Ryalls Mr Frank C Tevis proprietor of the Racket Store is in New York this week Uponhisbuilding on the corner of Main and Jackson streets Mrs M E McDonald will occupy a portion of the building with her millinery store Anderson dMrSchildrenFairhavpnreached Chicago Mrs McCords baby telegraphedhereened to her assistance The suddenness of1be Infants illness caused rela tivesand friends here much uneasiness dbyfriends of the bride as follows Mr and Mrs James Bennett announco the marriage ol their daughter fieldIMr LDPaul Collins on Wednesday March the serenth Jiundred Kentuckyk II4At Home Falrharcn after April the fifteenth Washington MitlBennettKennett residence on Main street bui owing to illness in the brides family it was very qaietand bet a very few were present The aflUir howover WKS thoroughly dittinyw Presents iottlv Ptlpuhuilyof otinEacocityJTteof Washington The bride was blessed with many graces that adorn berthRELIJIOUS othethe third Saturday And Suaday to preach lot them theDAnvilleObrlrotractedmeetlng at the CtirtaUsn city tonig- htDIATHS K8tiITMoHe WMfcbfOtheruf JohnathanlWUl tbtNrethi lilthh Vlllr hWs Ii AHtW MNteTMttttIMw The great Bttccew of last Tuesy eveninKs show by Squire Armor aad 40 other boys and bM led to the inauguration of a scheme frjgive an ex performaProf 11 M Caldwell tha blind artist of Millersbnrj is here this week to ar range the exhibition It will require a number ol juvenile home folks in the caste The show wilt lie given March 22 Remember the date Premtflent Lawyer Arrested Ron John 11 Velili of Nicholas ville otto uf the best known attorneys t the liar of central Kentucky and brotherinlaw of Circuit Judge Thomas J Scott of tIns city was nrreatwl last Wednesday diargwl with ofr ntot- sagainst the Federal Statutes in connec tion with the Wnbernntorial election last November Col Welch was oneof timeIsDemocratic county commissioners end is a man of such probityfr itardedersecution of a plecewith other simi r arrests madethroughout the State o Welch has no idea why be was arrested and promident attorneys have volunteered their services to defend him The Jessamine Journal of the affair hiUnitedCarty created a sensation in Nicholas ville Wednesday by serving notices upon Messrs John H Welch II L Scott arid Jailer R M Hunter to appear before the Federal court at Louisville in October to answer an indictment recently rendered b8IIld court against Novemberelection theyidagainst them On account of their high standing in Jessamine county the arrests caused much indi nation Several cases of a like character have recently been tried in the United States Court and dismissed quire Armer Gives a Grand Entertainment One of the most laughable shows that- verbit Richmond was that given at the ourt house by Squire D P Armer last Friday night bv imported and domestic talent It was advertised that the principal feature of entertain ment was to be the oriental lecturer M Ister Hikem Salamma Behannesybnt costumedforwas discovered that our fat Main street jeweler wan threefourths of the whole fnnnySquiregan to scream with amusement and amazement From that time forth all thoughts and acts revolved around Mr Armor for whether he was still or in motion the audience particularly the laughterabout thirty yards of cam rie red boots and a towel around his massive brow In this oriental garb he cavortetlaround with all the grace of an ofortytherwere not in it until Behannesy fed the big red bird on sponge cake in order that the others might have a show The entertainment was really living pictures of oriental customs and cos umn Fifteen little boys and girls were diked out as Arabs Egyptians Jtronfolksgarbed some of whom were perfectly excellent impersonations Mr J A Higcins made a capital Sheik Mr Jii Kennedy in purple fine linen and a crown was a Solomon sure enough Miss Mary Tribblewas a pretty typicalArabianLizzie Turley Madge Hart Mrs H L Perry and Mrs Joe Chonault were HaremJimshepherdJohnCarrier his spouse being Mrs J W beautifullycostuniedthe Laura Bennett Miss Florrie Bright one WattsMohammedanand Miss Sallie White were bride and groom arrayed In costly robes Mrs Flora Dies In Lexington niJrhtthattaken to Lexington for surgical treat thatdayonSaturdayfrom the Henderson House bunday afternoon RevJasperdccasedbeinged lady of many lovely traits of cbarac entirelneatherunderwent Tho large company sat in silence contemplating the sad CIrcum asfromof Gently Lord 0 Gently Lead Us was wafted through the house led Oldhamaceompanieby Arnold bass and Mr L L Bright ten or No sweeter quartette Las soothed the sorrowing hero in years It was a vocalhod BibleIetc and from Revelation tim beautiful verse beginning And he showed mo- a pume river of water flowing out Iron llrSmithword the promises and consolation that are more beautiful comforting and truthful than anything that man can nothingcouldlives of OUr dear dead they speak foi themselves NeverthelezssaId he sufferillKto endure it offidelitytoduty of devotion to and her last words were I have done the best I could I trusting God for the resttI How true ThogentIeISyearstboughenergy and sense of duty here selffor gctfulness and thought of others kept her from her couch for years She smilingthrougbsignificance of this wonderful for titude all present seemed to compre bend for the scores of tearstained cheeks told that the preachers tender words went home to the hearts of his quitlengbty prayCron time casket time quartette sangU p GalheriltJwore gently laid upon the new made grave at the head a large pillow on Jlurple1lowerstheThe sorrowing husband Mr A D thldeceased Jishiouldbethose who knew the lamented de ceased honored and loved her and her with these will remain fragrant forever Montgomery Ala a federation ol the colored womens clubs of the South has been started There is more Catarrh In this section of the than all other disease put together and until the last few years was supposed to be incurable pronouncedscribed local remedies and by con stantly failing to cure with local the ioctliabIe8eleaeebasprovencatarrhfo disease and therefore re HallsOatarrh theonlydoseskbeaoifBetly on the blood and uiucoaa ewv t1tOfeMttiM sid ltti0wi te AiUwM TodsOwiiJIll i i ii 11 1r r I THE ACQUISITION OFTEETH iileans the acquisition of genii looks ODH lliUUTiKUi TKKTU closely imitate iiiitiirbthat detection impoKslbln They permit the wtar to speak and masticate with perfuct They restore the mouth to s natural shape These teeth tire mechanically perfect and will last for at least ten years Sets on Zylonite or Rubber 500 Crown and bridge work is also a spe cialty of ours If you talk with our patients we be eve you will be persuaded that our ork is excellent our care and methods are all thatcan be desired Teeth extracted 25c A ROod set of teetbiOO DR HOBSON Dentist Office next door to Goverment Build ing Richmond Ky Office open at night HOLIDAY FESTIVITIES REQUIRE many changes of linen And each article mnst be of SPOTLESS PURITY consequently each article must be laundered at THE RICHMOND LAUNDRY Then it is done right No chances are taken There is no experiment al work here We are past masters in our business and the quality of the work will prove it WE ARE BETtER THAN TilE BEST- RICHMOND STEAM LAUNDRY For Sale 175 Acres of Land 5 miles south of Richmond near the pike dwelling with eight 8 rooms good barn and other buildings good apple and peach orchard well watered in good state of cultivation church and school houses con venient Terms reasonable Possession given this falL A J HOUSE mchl4 f White Hall Ky it Is Not THE MATERIAL AL 6ETHER THAT MAKES OUR Suits1w The Best We use good material but anybody can buy good material It is the fit and nQiQWorm n3hiJ As well as the good material which make our garments so emi nently satisfactory HS STOUT 11 B Slicfiiao Cutler One Door East of W D OldJ ham on Main StreetfebJlly Notice to Creditors AU persons holding claims against the estate of U B Land decd are hereby notified to beforeAprilmch72w JB CUZICK Admr Very New onIS OUR LINE OP i9OO WALL PAPER Winch we have recent ly added to our stock We have connected with us MrW L LEEDS auInteriOrwell established and in guartnt We also carry a complete lin of the very freshest and purest drugs xJrupfgisi sundries toilet iirticlea and stationery Please call and examine our stock before purchasing elsewhere as we take Y04ourop not Kespt PE R i 811I g t + k- 111 tfRracSme 7fo I will sell at public auction my HOUSE on Smiths Summit at 2 oclock p m onI MQNDAY APRIL m baa111nesolid brick ioundatjon cellar under all the house water and gas hardwood finish buggy house and stable Come to see it J D CLARK mch7Sw RICIIMOMD KY S NOTICE TO CREDITORS MADISON CIRCUIT COURT Clerks feb 81880 OJiWlUoncbbYaAdmrOrd4Ol C JWUlougb6y tIre CritaS Reference Ordered that the foregoing cause be referred to the Master Commissioner R Scott to owingbyAprilTermAU persons haTIng claims against said decedent are hereby notified file their said claims Scott Master Conimis properlyverifiedTerra of Court else they will be barred Ordered that the foregoing orderof reference bepubtishcd inthe BJchmond Climax notice to said creditor Atteatf81ITnORPEi Jr Clerk Clerk TborpeDCfebI4tt If you have any oak ash poplar or walnut logs or trees and wish to sell them for cash write or call on ROY PER Co nov2JM5m Nicholasville Ky Some = Interesting = Figures Capital Stock of the Four Great flasks of the World BANK OF ENGLAND 80047935 BANK OF FRANCE v 36500000 IMPERIAL BANK OF OERM ANJST 28560000 BANK OF RUSSIA i 25714920 TOTAL 176822855 Funds held by the Mutual Life Insurance Company for the payment of its Policies December 31 1899 iIo44 1 Or 125021682 more than thecombined capital of these famous banks The new form of policy of The Mutual Life Insurance Company of New York Richard A McCurdy President provides First The SECURITY of301844537 of assets SecondPROFITABLE INVESTMENT Third LIBERAL LOANS TO THE INSURED Extended term insurance incase of lapse Automatic paidup insurance without exchange of policy Liberal surrender values One months grace in payment of premiums For further information apply to Biscoe NindrrianGENERAL AGENT FOR KENTUCKY AND TENNESSEE LOUISVILLE KY REMOVED TO MAIN STREET Has the Great BLUE GRASS GROCERY STORE and wilt start the Ball Rolling with A PEW HOT SHOTS 300 Bushels Finest Eastern Potatoes 1 5c Per Peck Come Quick Before They Are Gone What Will Buy at the BLUE GRASS GROCERY I 1 lb Ficach Breakfast Coffee retail price 13c Tlilsfs the Purest unglazed coffee in the world 4 Bars of Yukon Soap retail price Cc 1 Can Golden Glory Syrup retail price JOc lIb Golden Glory Starch retail price 3c 1 lb N Y Navy Beans retail price n 40 1 Package of Instantaneous Custard retail pricelOclb Old Fashioned Hominy retail price 2c 1 Package Rolled Oats retail priceI 5c 4 lbs Cornmeal retail price 5c 1 Can Extra Whole Tomatoes retail price Oc HcI1 lb Large California Prunes retail price lOc 1 Can Liptons Best Ceylon Tea 20c RETAIL PRICE 116 fKrlagis one dollar and get these fourteen articles crayon can buy any single article at prlcq mentioned any time this week Wo are the largest rftill grocery in the world and a dollar buys more with ns than dollar and fifty cents will anywhere else BLUE GRASS GROCERY RICHMOND KENTUCKY tr t- E Sgrucuse CIiiIIed- 0 iSS=s s= = s ss= = =SS Office I 8 t8 E or u A oil S j 1 e a DAtJ FARM IkflE FENCEnuq Continental Disc Harrowsn Hamilton Corn Planters f Malta Corn Cultivators New Departure Corn Quitiyatoc McColm Soil PulyerizGr Malta Double Shovel Plows v Champion Binders and Mowers 6 cAAtlines Wood and Steel Double BuiIdkThe above we respectfully submit to Jour careful consideration when in the market at v Living Prices sG1T1IEBOYSA CHANCE CO4 APuuneUL riLUYmsnltftrwc Th inclilly III IIDJ7i i 71 f easssamzssssaS 1 USSrt t Vi S 5s0 JS5 SS S S i5 11 JIBRUARY AND MARCH 55S O iii n1 REDUCTION IN Ig WINTER GOODSa S S andSS a go home fS S rejoicing at the BARGAINS given 35s here We have a Canton S 55 Flannels and Outings which must be SpringSalreadySS s S p S andSS s Kens Underwear Plenty of Cold Weather Yet S e 25cSeS8S nowS 15eSS a now 25c now 19cSaSSS S 50c now 39c allwoolSS 2 9Snow 39c trimmingsa0 a Babya trimmingSOc trimmingSoJ t now iJC S8 Comforts 110 now 89c So 185 now 01149 200a9 400 now 209sS Melts Caps 50c now 39c S Mens Duck Coats all lined 9Sc now 90c 0IlensDuck Coats all lined 150 now S 135 S oJ Mens Hartford Boots 325 now 275 DOeSS tcl les l r lCS J c now 6n So 5sOSS willSS compel us to run them out at a low mar ClothingSO si we clothing0ato odd pants SO 1 0g Remember Clarks Thread 3 Spools for S lOc and look out for our 55S Spring Add Ic r Jess KEESeIii 1 e I S S 5 5 5 5 5 Sasoeseo005so5 jSTOCK TAKING 18 NOW OVIR = re And it revealed the fact that we have a number r of remnants which will be sold at half of the former price Our REMNANT COUNTER t is full of short lengths and at prices that will open your eyes u Samcc worth 25 and 30c at JOe tLadies Fine Cashmere Hose worth 50c at 39cC Ladies Fine Cashmere Hose worth 40c at 25c Ladies Fine Fleeced Line Hoseworth50ct39c Ladies Fleeced Line lose worth 40c at 25c V 75 pairs of Infants WooL Rose worth 10 and SccMens and Bojsool 1I Hose Orth c a c c Black Dra Gooas ReQuc a tThere are several sorts of critics Those w who flaws in everything Destroy bec tcause they cannot build Those who look through biased glasses and those who base c conclusions on ascertained facts Critics U who deal in facts say Elders Dress Goods c are the best selection offered Close fJ fashions dictate and invariably selling at pri es less thau most stores charge forc goods of same quality 52 50 Silk and Wool Crepons at 1 25 U 2 00 Silk and Wool Crepons at 1 00 Si 50 Silk and Wool Crepons 75c Si 00 Silk and Wool Crepons at GOc r75c Silk and Wool Crepons at 45c Our line of Black Dress Goods at 25 29 35 45 50 65 75c and sr cannot be equalled in values and matchless prices Linings 5 to 35c per yd Hags Carpets Mattings and Floor Oil Cloths Rug Carpet Uniting ami Floor Oil Cloth selling is Retting to be a moreJ + ana more important part ot our business You appreciate our The stock have been counted ample looks small now and wecrelentless sell off straggling lots to admit full lines Come and Inspect stock Prices will please you took at what we have tr1 Y itf SPECI OFFERINGS iY THIS MONTH CLOTHINGS CORSETS I Si cALLS lAZAR PATTERKS c In our DRESS GODS TRIMMINGS UNDERVVI3AH IIOSIEHV CORSETS BLANKETS FLANNELS LIN ENS 0 We can Sara TOU moneT on ererytbing you need and on Paper Patterns we can savejou from 5 to 25 cents On ashiRla patttrn and tho Beat In the market at that Samples J cheerfully sent on application t SUITS Mens odd Pants 100 5125 flSO 52CO SiM and KM Mens and Boys Suits at greatly reduced prices c tO Long Waist J100 nk O Short 100 NO1Jilkfc Bob 60C Dr Nosah Son Cretco II le SI Our Best Corset 23o fl ThIs Is the place to buy the rrtCall Duu Patterns the beat in the world We have youInMCCaJI3ompsnyincluding a tree pattern McCalls fcr February Is here II MSOur stock of Tinware Gloves care complete India Lin Bsecup Laces dozen up Lace Curtains 89c to 5 per Mall ttdercproMptlyaUeadedto Oa receipt of a Postal Card tuiltine for one J i He mAIl oar Faefeiea Sfeeets to any address Wishing oc new friends as well M old friends a and prosperous New Year and thinking them fXfeture as IOtVOfS f RecflliSubniit1ecZ to Cash Trade EY ELDERt J 0 A sS I s i r 1rr H O otIt ft LI P II u i Your tIain=Our Loss THATS WHAT OUR GRAND CLEARANCE SALEOF BOOTS AND SHOES 1IE8rEvery one knows that all kind of leather goods are advancing and will continue to advance But ill the face of the advance we are knocking the price down We are of bring 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 DOWN THEY GO I Regular Price Reduced To Mens Boots New Stock3002 00 Mens Boots New Stock r 2 00 1 50 Mens Bootees Very Fine 5 00 4 00 Mens Bootees Very Fine 4 00 3 00 Ladies Fine Shoes UptoStyle 300 2 00 Ladies Fine Shoes Beauties 2 00 1 50 Mens Tan and Box Calf Latest Styles 3 50 2 50 Mens Tan and Box Calf Latest Styles 3 00 2 25 Every thing in the Shoe line reduced in price Your chance to save SALE NOW IN PROGRESS FREEMAN BROSopAJI SERCIIDIOND KY LETCHER WITT TELEPHONE 1- 42BESTJELLICO COA- LFEED Salt Sand Lime Cement Shipstuff Bluegrass Seed c STORAGE ff llisSi fatautL H oIRINO U UI SWILSOX P IL M PRES C M KENNEDY P M H SECV RICHMOND SCHOOL AND INFIRIliRY OF MAGNEGTIG HEALING RICHMOND KY We teach and practice this method of MAGNETIC HEALING as does Prof Weltmer of Nevada Mo We treat any and all diseases without the use of drugs or medicine Conic and see us Consultation free We also give absent treatment Terms reasonable Office and treating rooms 1 2 3 and 4 GARNETT HOUSE opposite court house Richmond Ky Branch officeNewby Ky Address all correspondence to C H KENNEDY Secy KENTUCKY CARRIAGE WORKS I ti JOHN DONELSON PROPRIETOR say it va mean it ve can prove itOur Vehicles thE 1Wa BEST our PRICES the HIGHGRADE LOWEST CARRIAGES L I CULTIVATE till A habit of economy but not stinginess in the lj tI buying of your FARM SUPPLES You know r ill that below a certain price it is impossible to I1 manufacture good farm Implements or machin J51 r1rn cry or good HARDWARE of any kind Then Ii Repairsgii jl COST LESS any mother plow repairs While we refuse to handle IEE quality of goods our prices will bear com ll pnrison with any house reputed to be very cheap i TAYLORBROSItIII B JJiB F- JgJ IB fit CATARRH CAN BE CURED MRDOCKS CATARRH CURE IT GOES TO EVERY PART T SURE SAFE AND PLEASANT 1 1or years has tho medical fraternity sought a reliable and snretrre for Catarrh In tbli endeavor rainy hundreds of nostrums hare been offered to blattering public and the health o thogKsnds haT been completely ruinei by taking them these various compounds thi worstforms of Dyspepsia Spray and ointments are also worthless aa It la impossible to react the aSectcd parU In this manner Murdochs Catarrh Onto is a new and scientific areparatlon and is to be smoked a plpthereby the fame and saioke going over the entire system affected by tho dkeasc relieves instantly the worst forms cfAsthm Broncfiltis Hay FeTr Colds In the Head and al realODblttlmjUllaaWE ONLY ASK A TRIAL TO CONVINCE Mailed to any addres pre paid on receipt of price Put up in tin b C8100 per box MURDOCK CURE C- otreatmfofr6day8 AtkafauGa ed94 1 f A kvifc WASMHWTfM LETTER Now that the vqtQ oa the Porto Rican tariff bill has been taken Bad the question has been settled for the time being at least it seems advisable to review BOUJO of the circunwtancea leading up to it and resulting from it Firet and most important from a political stand point Is the fact that President 1Ic Kinley is on the winning side however the matter had been decided he would still have been on tho winninc side There are few more astute politi clans than William McKinley When questioned as to his desires in regard to the bill he merely replied that he wished for Republican harmony leav ing to be understood according to the wiabes of his questioner that he ntncd by his message declaring it our plain duty to give free trade to Porto Rico or that he favored harmony by the minority Republicans yielding to the majority At the caucus the other night vheu Representative Shattuc of Ohio declared that he was willing to def rhia judgment to that of the Presi dent but that he wanted some assurance as to what the Presidents jndg ment really was all that Mr Payne could say iu answer WIIfIhI saw the President and he told me that he had no doubt of tho constitutionality of the Porto Rican tariff bill He told mo also that if the bill waa passed by Con gress be would sign it Just before the vote was taken an anonymous member of the cabinet was inter viewed and said tbat the President regarded the 15 per cent duty and the limitation of t vo years as making the bill practically free trade Such eva sions were eminently characteristics of the President and show that he was determined to be able to jump down on either side of the fence when the vote was taken A long lime has elapsed since so determined an effort has been made to pass a bill in the face of so much opposition in and opposition out of the par ty No sacrifices have been regarded as too great no pledges as too high to give in return for votes Threats and cajolery alike have been utilized In the ellort to secure its passage Members of little importance have suddenly dis covered they were very necessary to the leaders of their party and some of them have exacted heavy conditions as the price of their work Similarly the various amendments accepted by the Wave and Means Committee limiting the life of the bill to a comparatively short period and reducing the rates of duty imposed by it show how desperately the Republicans strove to pass it Unquestionably they were moved by terror as to their future action in regard to the Philippines if the bill should fail Without it it would be impossible for the Supreme Court to de cide on questions bearing on the Phil ippines as well as Porto Rice and the Republicans would be apt to enact leg islation that would absolutely destroy them when its consequences became known to the country Democrats hero are drawing comparisons between the actions of our govern ment and Ihioseof Great Britain some what to our disadvantage Ever since the President precipitated the Philip pine war it lisa been worse than drawing eyeteeth to get any information from him as to his policy in the Philip pines and even as to the actual occur rences in that country Senator Petti grew anti others have asked for facts but have been set upon and denounced as all sorts of traitors who wanted tc aid Aguinaldo for asking for information to which the country is plainly en titled The President in speech and ic writing has again and again declared that it was for Congress prescrIbe thE method of conducting tho war and the policy to be pursued Yet he went managing everything himself and tak lug progressive and radical steps with contemptous disregard of the views oJ Congress or of public opinion Every effort to obtain intelligence throwin on the action of the AdmistratiotIlight met with determined opposi thin by his henchmen in the tw Houses Resolutions of inquiry whicl were finally pushed through were an swcred partially completely ignored In Great Britain the case is far dif ferent With a war on its hands ii which until recently it suffered hum iliating defeats the government hai been almost verbose in declaring It position London papers which havi reached here contain columns of replies by Cabinet Ministers to nil sorts of in- quiriesi as to the causes which led ti the war the conduct of it aud the plan 1and purposes of the government Asked why they did not do this or that they have replied they were fearful o trenching upon the British Constitu tion and were in doubt of their lawfu authority We have beard no such tall as this from the executive branch o our Government So free and unre strained have been the statements o Lord Salisbury and lila associates tIm the newspapers have taken them se verely lo task for it have pointed ou to them how these things are done ii America and urged them to follow on example Corns are about the onlytliings tha- willcure a young man of the small boo habit Everybody thinks there Is always j opening for a newspaper They are only bubbles those maiden I fancies of love marriage and mother theyjfancies could end as did the old fairy stories II and they lived liarmv ever after Pain soon pricks the bubbles and nothing remains of all the hope and gladness of the bride but a bridal veil and a piece of stale wedding cake I The only way in which happiness can fe realized marriage is by being fore armed against its dangers Most young women are ignorant of the fact that irreg ularity means a derangement of thewom anly functions which may have far reaching conse marriagejthe start there often fol low the drains ulcera l tions and Inflammations which make life one lon misery A certain cure for irregularityand i1 other PrescriptionIoutains diseases culiar to women found f cocaine nor other narcotic I was to weak I cHd not have breath to walk acrose my room writes Mlts Isibelt Stiller of New Providence My e llrtods ouK often nod prolongedrry TeL I 5 wno Inc UW anal r ytomacluldaampatllstrength from one to axotker Tilec1octofcause of ay trouble and that I would never be any better I lured in this way from sixteen- yearn oM to twentythree when doctor dk alMed MY CHe I WId Mrised a kind friend Dr fratOrltePreacrlptlonwltlck dllyjttooktnaU Sy1ioneverMP1iit Pellets cM thaJjrJSeNe Q de4ao prfect health PEUECTWomanhood of physical beauty vaniahbeC Sweet disiioiUonS turn morbid Md fretful The possessions that win good bus buds andkeepthir love should be guarded by women every moment their lives The menace to womans permanent happiness in life is the suffering that comes from derangement of the feminine organs Manv thousands of women have realized thIS too late to save their beauty barely in time to save their lives Many other thousands have availed of the generous Invitation of Mrs Pinkham to counsel all suffering womeQ free of charge MRS H J GARRETSOW Bound Brook N J writes DEAR the room without After all Hopes ot recovery I was advised to Lydia Com pound wrote for specjal information I began to from the am now fully restored to health A WEEK IN THE MOUNTAINS OF OLD VIRI GINIA Rev E O Gnerrant in Wayside Evangell By the kindness of some of my Virginia ministerial brethren I was permitted to preach a week recently in the great mining camp on Toms Creek in Wise county Virginia Some account of that interesting field may not be without its lessons to those unacquainted with their neighbors- I left home on Tuesday October 3 and passing thro the Cumberland mountains at Middlesboro arrived on the second day at Norton Va above Big Stone Gap Here I was met by Rev F E Rogers the evangelist in charge of this field If you dont know how a pelican of the wilderness feels go as an evange list to the mountains 100 miles beyond all who know and love you I need not say we were glad to see each other Sheep among wolves need no intro duction But I was not quite so much n stranI ger as I thought when a bright young fellow walked up and shook hands with me and said his name was Reese Bo won the sou of Col Tom Bowen and Augusta Stuart and grandson of Gen Reese Bowen of TazewellXxmnty VIr ginia Some twenty years ago when he was a mere lad Irireacbed his little sisters funeral at his grandfathers old home at Maiden Spring Va I was surprised and gratified that he knew me I guess heaven will be full of such glad surprises After dinner Brother Rogers and I set out for Toms Creek twelve miles further down the Norfolk and Western railroad among the red mQun tains of old Virginia If you were never in a coal mining camp you will have to go there for a description of the dust and smoke from two hundred anti fifty coke furnaces and of the noises from engines and cars and dinkeys and larreys and tipples and mea and horses and mules and three thousand people of all colors white is not a color anti sizes and tongues The little and big houses were scattered for two miles in the narrow valley and on the mountain sides along Toms Creek which is the name for a river of black coal We were for unate enough to get our room at one house and our meals at another one of Dr Barrs flock who has wandered away into these moun tainsThere is not a church here for the three thousand people and place to preach but under a chestnut tree or in a little school house We took theI t school house only because we couldnt warm the other place It was half a mile of railroad tracks and cars and lo I comotives up to the house but- many of the people came further and we did not complain or get killed Some thirty came out the first night fbut they gradually filled up the little school house though many had never I learned lo go to church for want of opt portunity The religious destitution f was pitiful In twenty two families I visited one day I found only about a r dozen persons who had never belonged t to any church They received us ly in their humble homes for most oft them were Virginians Indeed of the 1500 men at work only some 30 are r Hungarians Brother Rogers worked un der the greatest advantages The men t were at work from 7 It ra till 6 p m t in the mines and ovens and digging and hauling and building two hundred new houses and two hundred and fifty 1new coke ovens Everything was in a rush except the church Money and not souls was the object of all but a very few a remnant of Israel had bowed the knee td Baal A little prayer meeting at 930 am of half a dozen good women Jield in one of the cottages helped us jtrf preach at night Tbe congregations and interest in creased from day to day in spite of the dark nights and the tired bodies of the laborers and the uncomfortable little house without a breath ofvon tilation Some of the wandering sheep were gathered back into the fold ithe seed sown in many a heart responded its ac ceptance and nil the result left with tiod whose word never returns to him void The harvest will cone by anti by Pray fqrQbds faithful laborer in this detitute field He needs much as sistance and encouragement anti I was sorry I could not remain with him a month instead of a week A manthaworkherewpuld doubtless gather a rich harvest 61 Immortal souls but a place inuTE Tie provided for the preaching and earnest prayerful effort made to reach them Will you help M B Smith Butternut Mich says DeWitta Little Eaily Risers are the very best pills ever used for coati v ness liver and bowel troubles Perry tk Thomas The statement In made that since this McKinley has liadan existence and the Din ley tariff law beenJn effect two hundred trusts Lave sprung into life representing a capital f7ooOOCO000 Tnwtg are not HM do possible but profitable by ronef a tarijf WitIxt Urn eMtbUhkf aeaftaxisi ptectIbbyGet teeMas g i i fia tj PERFECT- I WOMANHOOD H MRS flNKHAM i nave cecil a ingLydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound with the best results and can say from my heart that your medicines are wonderful My physician called my trouble chronic inflammation of the left ovary For I suffered ry much but thanks to Pinkham Vegetable Corn pound and kind advice I 4 am tocay a wen WO- man I would say to all suffering women take Lydia E Pinkhams medicine and your suf erings will vanish r MRS MAGGIE FtrrL LIPPE of Ladoga hid Writes I DEAR MRS PINK HAM For four years J suffered from ulceration of the womb I became so weak I could not walk across help giving tip use E Pinkhams Vegetable and improve first bottle and dust no school kind foreigners faithfully who school administration only years Mrs DIVIDE KENTUCKY A meddlesome Yankee whose powers of penetration must be merged into his talent for invention wants Ken tucky wiped oil the map of the United StatesHe thinks that because tbe people of this commonwealth grow a little erup thee now and then and kill a few of more or less distinguished citizens while quietly settling small differences in politics or family matters the old State should be chopped up and pieces of her honored soil divided among Ohio Indiana Illinois and Tennessee- In other words because the head of the comet frequently annihilates all darkness it should he abolished and the remains scattered among the infinites simal particles which constitute the tall Bscase the king bee of the constella tion cast too many shadows it should be converted into remnants and placed upon thb celestial bargain counter Because of the threeringed circus of the universe attracts the attention of the populace it should withdraw and permit the sideshows to have the big tent Divide Kentucky Mangle her form and scatter tbe rem nants into Ohio Indiana Illinois and Tennessee Ohio whose coat of arms is a picture of pretzels rampant and hot weenie pendent and a country which the Lord Himself separated from us by a rIvera mile too wide to swim and too deep to fordIllinois where men make sausage out o their wives and a State whose proudest production Is the Chicago drainage canal- Tennessee whore they have yellow fever one half of the year and chills and fever the other half Indiana a State where votes and hoop poles run about neck and nook in thor market reports Let Kentucky play second fiddle to theseYes when the freight train pulls tne locomotive when the procession lends the brass band and the elephant is no longer to be found in the menagerie The Pencller in Danville Advocate Story of a Slave To be bound hand and foot for years by the chains of disease in the worst form of slavery George D Williams of Manchester Mich tells how such slave was made free lie says Alj wife has been so helpless for five years that she could not turn over in bed alone After using two bottles of Elec trio Bitters she is wonderfully im proved and able to do her own work This supreme remedy for female dis eases quickly cures nervousness sleep lessness melancholy headache faint ing and dizzy spells This iniracli working medicine is a godsend towek sickly run 3own people Every bOttlE guaranteed Only 50 cents Sold by Perry Thomas Druggists Moodys Method With Bores Some of his meetings were open in the sense that anyone so disposal ElltllliImportant beforehand who were likely to taki part in the meeting and some of tin most delightful surprises were what Artemus Ward would have callct prepared impromptus Of course he WaG beset by cranks but ho facet them with great courage When f speaker was taking breath bo wouli give out the next lIYIlI js naturally if the man hall finished Lhav6 heard him say to a speaker who hind scarce commenced what he had intended say Now sir that Is perfect if yoi add a single word you will spoil it Le us sing No J231 When provoked beyond measure ho could be very severe An Australian evangelist had told I longstory ot his own glorious doing anti of the opposition lie had every where encountered As he sat don Mr Moody remarked I can tell you why they opposed you Why1 Because you spoke too much about jropreelf This was said in a crowded meeting Christian Intelligencer Wm Orr Newark 0 say Ys never feel wifo without One Mliub Con Oura in the house It saved my little boys life when he bad tht pneumonia We think it ia the best medicine made It cnrescoughs anti takeharmlessPerry Thomas Mj Alverssris Case Dismissed Col WO Welch attorney for R L Hubble J M Atverson and Samuel J Embry Jr indicted in the United Wales Court jtor intimidating negroei at the November election received a letter yesterday from United Stato At tornoy R D flu that after careful ex aininatibn and upon the Coidnels state ment of the case be tad come to the conclusion that they had not violntoi any law of the Tlnfted States and on that account he had entered a xrolli proseqnijn the case There was never anything but irtiswi spitework iu the cafe andtbe frtea ia of the loloDfifBOWftts are fUf Jhatl xni I1iUj ipplLA THEY SAY M THEY THEY M They say is the roost prolific plant in the garden of gossip The man or woman who is always loaded with in formation about what they saylt can usually be relied upon to spread a scan dal as tho winds of the west spread fire to the wild praire grass When a lot of people either male or female get together and commence cackling about what they say generally results in a scandal whether any teal caupe ex saidIcallItime lies the spotless robe qf a good name being disfigured through this source by spots that will never fade Many a time has the fair name of some younfc girl been brought to the very lowest ebb of honor and respectability bv the disgusting and unchristianIike practice of spreading disparaging and unfounded rumors the orgin of which can be traced to they say No one should pay credence to or assist in cir culating an ill report against tho honor ofa fellow being unless it is true and never under any circumstances should a person credit or repeat a rumor eman sting from the monstrosity of social depravity they sarEx Hisraarclis Iron Nerve Was the result ot his splended health Indomitable will tremendous energy are not found where Stomach Liver Kidneys and Bowels are out of order If you want these qualities anti the success they bring use Dr Kings New Life Pills They develop every lOwer of brain antI body Only 25c at Perry Thomas drugstore 6 SENATOR BLACKBURN was interviewed in Washington in regard to the election law The follouing are extracts from the interview The existing election law needs at tentjbn Our experience with it in the late election disclosed many defocts It failed to come up to what its friends claimed for itjust as it failed to pro duce the effects which its opponents declared it was intended for and would accomplish It cost the Democratic Stato ticket 120000 votes in the late election and never brought a single vote to the support of the ticket The Democrats reaped no earthly advan tage either fair or unfair from the op eration of this law Neither public nor party interest requires any unfair advantage to bn given to our party in Kentucky through election machinery Ours is a Demo cratic State by any fair test that can be applied and all tbat we should want and all that we need is to provide for a fair expressionof opinion by the people at the polls and an honest handling of xUnderis impossible to have an honest election unless the election oillcers in every precinct bo honest men I believe John Randolph of Virginia told the truth when he said that the only ef feet a secret ballot had upon a man was to make him both a liar and coward I do not believe that the present Legislature could do anything so well calcula ted to entitle it to the gratitude of out people as to open the way for a return to the viva voce system of voting The contest for supremacy betweer the Democratic and Republican parties in Kentucky in my judgment ended for this generation at least The asas sination of Goel el was the death knell of the Republican party in our State No party can command the support our people when It employs thcdelibur ately planned murder of its opposinj leaders as its chosen method for deter mining political contests To secure the original Witch Hazel Salvo ask for DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve wellknown as a certain cure fOI piles and skin diseases Beware ci worthless counterfeits They are dangerous Perry tk Thomas HOW WAR BEGINS I Tommy was reading the war news When he finished he came over to lit mother and said beginI hnnle down the American flag and that tin Americans Here Tommys father intervened EnglislIwould no- tlfotherlExcuse me they would Now dear who ever heard of sucl a thingI l Pray do nqt interrupt Butyon are giving Tommy a wronj Idea Im not eli You are madam upontchll me madam I wont at low you Phi call you what I chooe- Jni sorry I every saw you ypuar 66 rl Tommyfgofnj utWs fill right I tlllokI know how wars begin Colliers Weekly myfaintly takill nkOveriielIfail to cure Perry Thomas IIn his lust message President HcKi ley advocated free trade for Porto then and the chairman of the Ways an i Means committee Introduced a bill ii Congress which provided that the cHi titStates This didnt suit the trust bat ous and Other pampered plutocrats A u result Sir McKinley made a compete floprand tha House ot Iteprcseh tatives nlt without considerable trou ble and by u small majority passed j tariff billrFliis last action of Congres thEte feta inthe Republican ranks Th r dissatisfaction growing out of the put of the President and his fol Ioiyhiifiii Congress is beginning to crOr- oufi The Chicago TimesHerald a Ke McKinleyIinNpveml iu changeisjuQfemade hi tliu ptesenoiicytoard Porto Rico The Indiana Republicans are kicking lip their hoels mid are oiitcpokcn lit their denunciation of tho Porto Ricar Lill and tilkof nominating Congress wan Crumpacker fur Governor in or ijer to show their approval of his oppo liitlpn to the bill Mutterings of die opirtentarQijeard in other direction- dorgotownriwee The administration cannot pride it tplf on its raanaeement of lie c lou JIt lies niadp a mess in tho Philippines tihere blopdyand unnoressarywar ji a Ill rapa It hag madeamess it EprUfllicpi jwlwrethe pecpleare 0tntr 1IIC ana coew cial sltivery is ofTered timM a wtfoUiute for their piesee ruivet1L It has rapdft aDelii o4Hwai1whpi tlwpeoplo find them TetIl 4lIOer to tpproi ti- evMtatiIIg plI t 1tJrt c Ja PLEASES TRY I CPNDY CATHARTIC lOc 25c SQc a S S S u n S S UD S WHITES STATION Farmers are searching the neighbor hood for feed Wo are glad to say that small pox is about over at icylontown Foxhunting is fine pport in this neighborhood for the young boys Miss Clevn McWilliams entertained a few of her select friends last evening Miss Mayme Jiayburn a charming young lady of Lexington is the guest of Miss Mary Ballard Mr Boswella trader of this neighborhood lost several of his cattle during the past cold spell Mr George D White had a very serious loss the other night tile train killing one of his fine carriage horsesMessrs John Ballard and BUll Dunn are as usual on tho sick list and are afraid we are going to lose some ol our candidates Messrs John Maupin and John Me Williams who are attending college al Lexington came home and spent froze Friday until Monday with home folks ectThose who attended Miss Mary Bal lards Euchre parly last WedneMla evening report a good time Tin MaryBallardby Miss Mayine Rayburn antI Mr Lest Adams AtlllntnfaHyleriDyspepsiacure every case of Catarrh Dyspepsia uovly LITERARY NOTES THE AMERICAN SOLDIER IN Tin PHILIPPINES- A notable articleat once an appre elation and a vivid stirring picture 0 our boyl in the field lias been wriltei exclusively for the Saturday Evenin Post of Philadelphia by Senator Al bert J Beveridge Senator 15everidg writes as forcefully and as brilliantly a he speaks A keen observer with th faculty of grasping the thing of vita and human Interest what he has t sajr will interest every American Thi great article the first and only one this Senator Beveridge lias written for an magazine or periodical since his retnr from the Philippines appears excli sively in the March 17th number of th Saturday Evening Post Maarten Manrteus has seldom wrilte a more diverting tale than The Litll Christian in the March New Lippir cott This monthly is beginning t take up a reputation for short storie whichare odd strong and amnsin never dull nor didactic W00DSHWfresh Tested Reliable SEEDS Prodaca the Bes cSOWD IIunH reds of testimonial jnndourthon ConceforII 4 TODAYwewanttoploccnor fnyour hands tilled with vat I 4tlonFarm Write a postal and we wilt mail I it FREE 4Grainquoted at any time on request WOOD iSTUBS seeasscD Cot Droot and Jefferson Struts 4 LOUISVILLE KV 4 ItA lubber Tire Factory Hero Mr S L MfdkiQT has installed th first and only plant in the county f the construction and repnh4 of rubbi tires for vehicles and is turning 01 I factory work at less than factory pried We examine his work anti found 1 equal to any in service Jle will ii pleased to exhibit his own ftclory wor and quote prices He puts rubber tin on old wheels and the Ufa of tli i vehicle ispro1ougcxdo that twice thai cost is saved not to mention tim comm fort derived oct25tf y SOMETHING TO E4T iLL DiY And iiutilin1thiiglit PINERESTAURANT OY TERSj ALLS YES i REQULARMEALS FnY s ANDIE1 TOBApdO J GARS j SIDWICthsr rti AND COFFEE v1 i I t 01 I to ALL DRUGGISTS 00 f IJ 1 IEI W zr s 0- rt2it gt 11r== eoe eoooL so E gEl0IClI iIi 11ieSe I1 e H rr 11 ua4- dL1 CImpo I 9 e a wie1-t rn jqli h IPJr 1m 1iI1iifliends and customers that ali is complete for f f8J 8J S RlIPj fE II iJj 11LLlEE I g 11I Factory prices have advanced on loughtIiiiI i fig ducements that will interest and j4- jFIbenefit all We have a iice line J IiJ of 7 feet allLinen llajto 75c Other things coirespoiul1Jk pingly CHEAP 3 miull cr 1iI3I ilJ taking line always kept in Sockl fe rJJ ffi OLDIIAMSIptJ9 iLJ SUCCESSOR TO BIQGERSTAFF OL8I1AM h fJ tDribIn 1 36 f E = FE El 1ILr j am =J13 13 um m Jm ill I ill L L1 N E RK C DIVISION1 IN EFFECT SUNDAY MAY 15 1KB No1 Cincinnati and Livingston Express south bound arT Richmond 12 Mpra Iv MnJ 6II II north bound 12 20pm Lv 2 4 II Stanford northbound II II 3 SSam Lv 3 55Lni 2tnSjII II lIcouth bound anII 720pm 355amI52s For further information call on or address TELEPHONE 7KUPERHOOD Agt A BOON TO MANKINi DR TABLETS BUCKEY iiiijr rz t PILE CUR A A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL ands k EXTERNAL PILES WITIIOUT PAIN- e r CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBES BY MAIL 75 CENTS BOTTLES 50 CENTS JAMES F BALLAD Silt FIcIeOF 3IO Korlh Man Street ST LOUIS MO For sale by PERRY THOM VS Druggi tslollI r Cs 4 OR LEXINGTON KV 21800000 Paid in Living Bencfit8 110000 00 RESERVE jtLND SURPLUS PIAI TUlmruof IJfCWUlW iVq pay the same profits to the living that Insurance Corn nles pay to the estates of deceased arget pt8 cousItepti wlthliltyan cons rvatIm Every pro Catuian Ion the prelection ol1hOjnvstolfor ay o Itcutars SMITH BOWM r4 t AtlY LiEY TON KY TKIWOJr Aeaf N4IXT 1 j i 1t f THE RICHMOND CLIMAX SUEiPLEMENT 1 The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY MA ell 14 1900 Sheriffs Sale FOR TAXES 1899 OF 1LandTown Lots t H H Colver Sheriff of Madison t will otter at SIde in fiofit RichpsondKenGuky MONDAY APRIL 2D 1900 It buiiijr County Court lay between the hours of 10 a m nll16 p in the following property tQ uay the taxes a w 8sed against till same for the year 1859 White ListLaRICHMOND NO Ayer Nannie B nr town lot 20C Baxter Rebecca tart town lot 500 Baxter Mrs Polly I0 acres land 110 Broowfield Sam Jr1 1 town lot 80 Bush JOB 1 town Int 700 Gristle Mrs Lottie 30 acres fund 330 Cotnelison J Rend I lot 1200 Cratulall Win 1 ot 100 Carr Joe Admr T G Hacker 2 lots Clary Mrs Mary 1 lot 400 Davis Mrs Sallie 1 lot 350 Dudley Mrs Nettle Burl lot lOOt Garrison butiie B en nr 1 lot 300 Gentry Mrs Kate fort8Ul lot 2uO Harrison O nr10 town tots 800 llaucunan HC nl 8 town lots 150 Hicks Mrs Belle 2 tofu lots 900 Kfllley Mrs Nora 1 town lot 5511 Miller B P lot 800 Marcum James A 1 lot 350 Maupin Mrs Fanny 08991 lot 500 taupin Lizzie D 1 lot 750 MnlfiuKcr Fred 1 lot 250 McKenna John 3 lots 0500 Nelson Mrs Fannie Hot 300 Nelson Mrs Ed T blot 100 Parker Mr Rebecca 1101 500 Perkins Mrs Lou lot 500 Roberts Mrs M J Iqt 500 Uymell John W 1 lot 50u- RJce Charles nr Hot 500 Schmitdz Mrs Liza hrs lot 1500 Smith W H Jr 1 lot 2000 Strangher Sam brs 1 lot 30 Taylor L Z Agt Bart Taylors1 hrs 104 acres 2KXM Trower Thomas 39 acres 4 1Q UnnstonT E url Ibt 2 0 Wortliam Joe 11ur 1 lot 100 Wright Callie lot Mil White Chas W lot- FOXTOWN gyp NO 2 Asbill Hiram 2 acres 810 Dozier Horace 7 acres 410 fcldridge John nrL acres 200 Einbry Henry nr 3 lots 1000 Evans iVin brother and sister 1C acres 110 Porbus Henry B 60 acres 810 long Slim nr 25 acres 110 Jackson Martha E acres 510 Jones Dave nr 42 acres 1010 Newby Mrs Lucinda 55 acres 710 Shanks David 32 acres 310 UNION NO 3 Asbill Mrs Jaby nr 4 acres 3i Bonny Nathan 4 acres 210 Bonny Mrs Mary Jane hrs 19 acres2l0 Dennis Jack R nr 50 acres 510 Green Martin 71 acres 610 lisle Younger 104 acres 910 McCord Lucy F3auriS 10 Oldham Minim I nr 94 acres 510 Quisenberry Mill hrs 80 acres 101Q Rayburn Ins 2 acres 70 Sexton A U 32 acres 260 Shifllot Mrs Rico 22 acres 12- oUliite Melvin nr 3 antes ii EILISTON NO 4 Adams Mile W 25 acres 23 Clelliin Win U lot 640 CtJrullli OIl Mrs Elizabeth 7 acres 110 Dozier Cnrfff 20 acre 510- Pinney Mary B 16 acres 1G- OFioliler Win V5 acres 170 Gentry David 3 iiires HO- GrinsteHd Smith lot 400 Harris Thomas 70 acres 390 lisle Win HI acre 30 Hunter Wallace B 3 acres 00 Jtuiet Anniol acre 60- ICiifr Francis M 15 acres 1- 1KinMrs 0 Nancy 25 acres 110 Lackey IJicasiyHc res IJO- Lauili Susie 6t Brown Church j 5aprcs rjBO lAic Elizabeth t r10 acres 110- Leeford Sherman nrXo acres 310 Lamb J5acK Admr Ann een 50 iicreij 260 Miller John T 1 lot 400 Noland Abe 7 acres 110 Poor Mrs Cynthia 2 acres 410 Planner Augusta 62 acres 610 Portwood Chas 3 acres 160 Portwood Marj F 15 acres 70 Same John 66 acres 410 Short John 60 acres 510 Todd n F and Mary hrg 5537 acres 8080 Wllcox Thomas J 50 acres 410 YATES n iAbrains Martin 10 acres slG Alcorn John M 12 acres Alexander Marian 25 acres Asbery Mrs Lydia ip acres 310 Baker K50 licres t30 Carpenter Andersonipo acres JO Crow ley Mrs Polly 7 acres 64 Celie Robt 50 acres U Estill John T 22ncre 1010 French James 40 acres 210 French George 20 acres 110 Gill James 100 acres 410 Gloeup John 18 acres 110 Groves Torn 1 acre 60 Hilly Wm B 100 acres 810 Harris Preston 5 acres 110 Harjou Mrs Martha J 75 acres 110 Hisle Wm D 2 acres 3U Hurloy Alfred 150 acres i 16u Jackson John P 35 acres 00- Jackson Snsaa 40 acres 210 Jackson Jas L acres 410 Jones Elizabeth 20 acres pft Johnson Sidney 2 acres fIG Johnson John IYnr16T acres 66u Kindred Summa hrs 44 acres 610 Kindred Marian J 40 acres 130 Laml Dillard 1 ncre 60- ainhI Sarah E 50 acres 110 CrLakenLakes Curt 40 saxes 00 John M 75 acres 310 kes John 87 acres 310 Lakes Newton 150 acres 210 Lawbou James 20 acres 260 Lain John i 50 acres 210 Lewis Wm W 22 acres 110 Laus John Inks acres 140 Malacote Scott fiSacres 600 Moody Cash l 53 fure v 1190 Moody John for 98 S9 2 antes 60H Moore Henry 0 nr 30 acres 210 JOUOIfjersRose las Sidney 30 acres 210 Rodgers Chas HX acres 710 Rose J Yard 30 nres 110 Rose Mrs Lncmda ll acres 210 Slanditer Simpson 30 acres 210 Stmidifer Joe vur 20 acres 160 Vaughn Murray 7 acres 60- Vsloy Mark 60 scans 410 Windier Andrew J 86 acres 310 Willis Tush 60 acres 170 Wilt Goo fart 26 acres 60 Wilson Fred 40 mrro 150 Woolerv John S 10 soma 40 Yoiidyard Jwis 3 acres JQ GLADE NO 6 mbroee Bcttie B 22 acres 410 lot 300 Asberry Elizabeth 4 acres Misloy Nick l aero 60 Htiipe Pitman 120 acreS 810 jlelilletl Mary A 20 acres 310 tingle11alter adm G W Bonie 210 acres 110 KowenOlli nrjalms 700 Kmtoher AVm 36 acres 510 Banifll Lytnan 30 arres 110 Itun ell Win JJr 1 Acre 90 linrnain Harryhrtf206icres 2470 faros Gen W 00 limes 310 IHiiier Chas I acre 20 Gmt atnry acres 210 Ptirnelius Dr Proston tIt 800 1umbsPultmt nr 2lots 400 loylel J Jr60 acres 310 Collins John 10 acres O Growcher lliliii A 100 sues 210 IMmrfll JosephArrrx 110 IVeriiiir 1a s OOacrfs 21Q Durham las W 88 acres 2m Elder A J 17 acres Ganbard Green B 6 acres 260 Ciabbard Mary A2 acres 130 GabbaH JnhnSr 20 acres 310 Galoway F G7xlr6 1010 Golden Mrs John 10 acres 160 Hays Philip 50 acres 210 Harrison Lnvi S 62 acres 210 Harrison Merritt HIt Wm Stapp lira 19 acres 190 Hardin Mrs Lou 1 lot WO Hurst Hrsnr 17acrw 160 Icaac Thomas ac e 20 Johnson Jioverly S acres 210 Johnson Alex C 10 acres 110 Johnson SchnylerO 16 acres 210 Jones Gen M 22 acres 110 Kindred RubPii M I were 310 Kindred Dave A Gurre1 f0 Lackey Win M nr 50 acres I220 Lewis Win D ii mres 360- Maupin Frank 1 lot 170 t1aden John Jr 20 acres Mitchell John nr 75 acres oliO Mitchell tics Paulina 45acre3 310 Jloore Low and Diary 52 acres 1010 Murrell Wm 40 acres 110 Parks Richard 75 access 310- Pigfr Samuel 275 acres 610- Pijsr Hiram J ngt John 1lgg 140 acres 350 Powley Pleas J 100 rotes 410 Preston David A Hot 210 Preston It E act Rosa Henzer r 1 lot 250 Ramsey Bert 10 acres 90 Ramsey Bert lot L ItoIiioJRobsrts Wm M 30 acres Rodgers Felix 50 acres 110 Rodgers Isiah fl acme 21 0 Shockley Thus nr18 acres V- u9kinner Dan M 116 acres 460 Smith Mrs Grace 1 lot 2Os Taylor Pendleton 27 acres 210 Tavlor Frank 7 acres HOi Thompson Harvey nr lot 50 Todd Susan 4 acres 70 Turpin noM 40 acres 110 Wallace Jas A nri icre 60 Warnacut Dave T 6l acres 710 Williams Sarah A 49 acres 410 Williams Silas Jr 60 acres 330 Woods Etuest 76 sues 1010 f KIRKSV1IXE Nb7 McCotton d Co JI lot 1500 jFowler John M Sr10 acres 310 Gorden Sam GI acre 90 Hill Mrs Elizabeth Gil DB Loinl acres 210 McCarly James nr6 acres 410 Moore Wm aS J 60 acres no Peel Wm 4Qfucrea 160 Pond Miss Nettie 4 acres ijlQ Khodus John acre Roberts Dan 20 acres 260 Ross Alex 89 acres 23S0 waders Allison nr 4acres 180 Smith Milton 7 acres 160 Smith Andrew J 52 acres 1080 Tatum Wm B8 acres 510 Tnrnerr Mar rett 2 acres Whitaker Robt 10 acres 160 White Green 1 acre i 70 MILLION NO8 ToBruneFerBurton hrsiO acres 210 Burton Elizabeth 6 tcres 110 Burton Fred 1 lot 600 Bowlin Addle 8 acres 70 Chitinan Elbert 3 acres 60 Clark Mrs Elizabeth 5 acres 91 ews John W lot 60 Mrs Eliza 49 acres 510 Duncan Ellen 9 acres 100 Davis Wesley 3 acres 39 Fain Mrs Fannie nr 13 acres 160 Fullilove Jas admr J Fullilove 10 acres 110 Goins Cyrus rf 40 acres nQ Gulley Allen 22 acres 160 Hager Mrs Lucy 22 acres 160 Harrison Win H d S F Yurk 2 acrex340arris-on lYnrIIkS F York 1 lot 330 Hendren Mrs Malinda 50 acres BID Hath mn RJGd BerdieSmith hart 50 acres 510 Kanatznr John J 117 acres I 32U Kidwell Sallie A 2 acres KidweilTownsen N 2 acres 20 Laud Mrs Sallie 35 acres x410 Locker Wm acre Lang Jas M 52 acres 610 Lowery Reuben 123 acres 2011 Lowery WuiJr acres Lowery Win Sr 1 acre 20 IjonjrJave 20 acres 270 Kidwell NTnr 11lots 25 Moores Clarkie A 30 acres 260 Newby John l 15 acres 2i0 Newby Tovvnseiul N lot 100 lierkins DriiMlla 1 acre 50 Renfro Saufonl 10 acres no Roberson Spicy D50acres 610 Robe its Pjdsy Hiss acre 110 Roberts Nattcy liss1 acre 20 Sebastin J N 12 acres 110 Sebastin Rufus 5 acres 110 Simpson San 10 acres 70 Souers Win P 1 acre 20 Serflce Nannie nr 13 acres 100 Stinnett Irvine 10 acres SO Taylor Win lot 300 Taylor Hiram 14 acres 210 Tester lien nr 21 acres 100 7Tillett0 Vinscenfliuisji 12 acres Warmer Julio lot x 7 1VheelerlAslrllot 2W Williams llowanl 1 lot 200 Colored List 0RICHMOND NO 1 Breck Bur in 1 lot 700 Barnes Henry 1 lot 100 Barnes Rebecca 1 lot JOQ Barnes Rebecca te Henry 1 lot ISO Barnes Henry L McHenry lot Burnam Cline 1 lot Burjiin Martha hrs lot 350 Black Ed nr11ot 600 Blythe Win 1 lot 100 BHHW Lutria 2 lots OO Brouston Geo lot oo 1 Bojrgs Thos lot 50 Blythe Bettie 1 lot Goo Barnes Simon Mot 320- Covjll ton iiarah 1 lot 800 Cobb Sqa re lot 350 Cobb Wm lot r 100 Crucher Hnsa2lobs 250 Chenault John 2 lots 4O Coruelison Alex lot 300 Covinuton Sarah 1 lot 3vU Cornelison Ed 1 lot Campbell John 1 lot 300 Campbell Elder W lot 100 Campbell Elder W and E M Em bry 1 lot 100 Campbell Mat Hot 150 Dunhatu Adam and Ellen lej- arnett 1 lot 200 Ellison Nanciel lot 100 Estill Robt nr 1 lot 200 Einbry Reliecca lot 650 Embry Julie A I lot a0 Ernbry Mnriaii 1 lot 100 10A3lUIrvine Jon 1 lot r 300 Irvine Ellen lot T lW Johnson Richard lint 210 Long Fatale 1 lot 300 Miller Wm I lot 1QO Miller Mollie 1 lot 250 Mitchell Mary lot 400 Morgan Annie l lot v 160 Moss Millie 1 lot 300 Mariitt Irvine 4 acres 210 Marlitt Irvine Hot 200 Maxhury Winnie nr3acres 110 Mathews Nannie 1 lot 100 Newman Louisa 40 acres 110 Noland Celia lot 800 Noland Allen 1 lot 200 Noland Lena Hot 300 2501ParksPhelps Geo and WinMnmiay 1jlot Phelps Zenal lot 160 Phelps Jennie 2 lots 125 Flicks Geo Ann 1 lot 40- 0PiistillPeter nr lint 100 BaRiceRice Belle agt K Donnaho and L Pbelps lira 1 lot 200 Rice astSallieJarinan 1 lot 600 Rhodes Lavinia lire 1 lot 650 Shepard Chas 2 Jots i 400 Stone Gen 1 lot IW Stone Minerva 1 lot ISO TerrilL Nannie 1 lot 250 Turner Dan hrs I lot 40Q Turner Dan Jr lot 150- mblin Harry 1 lot 170 Harry 1 lot 300 Tribble Mary hrs Hot 600 Tribble John 1 lot 400 Tribble Mariah 1 lot 350 Tribble Moss lot 30 Walker Owen 1 lotr 100 Walker Annie agt Tom Walker hrs 110t1 200 Walker Ryborn 1 lot 250 Walker Robt 1 lot 300 Walker Wallace T lot 100 Wjdker Wm 1 lot 300 Wells Joe 1 lot I60 White Wm 1 lot 40 White Rose Jr 1 lot 100 Wblte Dave 1 lot OO White Jas A Mot 100 Do Agt Amanda Karr19 acres lG0 Do Agt Jeff D Walkeriir 2 lots 300 White Jas Sr 1 lot 100 White Ellon 1 lot 250 White Narsis 1 lot 35U Willis Edna 1 lot 200 Willis Lizzie 1 lot 350 Win tie Ill Millerllot 400 Winfield Dow 1 lot 100 Williams Sallie 1lot JOO Williams Lnke 1 lot 600 Woodsf Mary 20 acres 210 White Mary D 1 lot 250 Yates Millie lot 350 FOXTOWN NO2 Bronston Lafayette acres 160 Chonault Charley x cnM i 110 Chenault John 2 acres 110 Chenault Letcher acres 110 Chonault Charley 6 acres 110 Clay Jerry 11 Acres 610 HHVH Krnncis hrs ncre 60 Join s Green 43 acres 414 Jones Devil bro sister 48 acres G1D LaiJjrfoid Tom gd Greeii heirs 40 acres 460 Ijingford Mira 4 acres 2I0 Martin Cora 15 acres 110 McKlnney Jeff heirs 10 acres 110 Million Srnion 2 acres 40 SmhllEdJr2acres 30 Smith Scott 2 acres Stone Henry 15 acres 310 Stevens Richie heirs acre 60 Shackelford Miller heirs 15 acres 260 Tudor Sam3 acres 11OlIU Wright Mariah 5 acres 110 UNION NO 3 Bradley Thos 4 acres 210 Baxter Alex 25 acres 210 ovington Robt acre 110 Doutctt Aaron 2 rcres 110 Jackson Samuel 4 acres III Murray Luther 2 acres v 110 lirrrayAlice I acre 110 Qniseberry Florence 16 acres 310 Robertson Mary 25 acres 160 2l2a00 ELLISTON NO to i Bates Bettie h 11 nacres 60 Bal lew Frank 30 acres 210 Black Henry 2 acres ro Chambers Willis 1 acre SO hCrockett Henry nr 2 acres Covington Addie 4 acres 160 Covington Howard 4 acres Davis MoseSr 3 acres 60 Deatherage John tiff acres 710 Ellis Dan n4 acres I 110 Estill John Sacred Estill Rico k Ephraim 10 acres Estill Susan 10 acres 60 Estill Dolby 1 acre Gilbert Nannie E acre 110 Harris Fannie acre Harris Martha hrs 36 acres 210 Harris Arthusa or112 acres 110 Harris John 2 acres Hume Susan 3 acreS Hill Caroline 30 acres 150 Kovanugh Joe hrs 60 Martin Frank 8 acres 110 Moore Milled ncre J tOld bam Viney 8 acres 110 Oldham Harriet 8 acres 110 Reed J Tom 7 acres 60 Roytiton Evangellne 20 acres 2 RoyKton Woods 3 acres h 60 Simpson Mariah 1 acre 60 Stone Cyrus 8 acres 110 Warner Alico 4 acres 110 tate3 Rachel 2 acres 60 YATES Nq 5 Baxter Alex 4 acres S Ballow Polly 3 acres v 00 Blythe Lewis 25 acres 110 Bruaddus Jennie his 1 acre 60 Campbell Conn 2 acres 60 DuuKon LucyJ50 acres 110 Estilh Melissa 5 acres 60 Finney Susle 16 acres 210 Harris Edith and Tabltha 1 acre 00 Kavannugh Jerry 2 acres Maupin Abe 3 acres Moborley John hrs 5 acres I 10 Parks Clarinda 2 acres 60 Parku Hanabal 20 acres 260 Tribble Kitty 6 acres no Tribble JohnH 10 acres 00 Tribble Win 2 210j T GLADE NO 6 r fAdams Henry 1 acre 6Q Adams Nary 1 acre i C0 Ballard Howard Mot 100 llard Monroe 1 lot Caldwell 2 acres 1210 Bennett Wm nr 3 Jots ICO Best Elza 13 acres l40 Bogie Lucinda 20 acres 210 Blythea Sid 1 acre 210 Blytlm Tpm Sr 1 acre 80 Branay Chas 4 acres 110 Bronaugh Caleb 9 acres 40 Buruam Alex Jr 2 acres 110 Burnam Jas 6 acres 310 Burnam Julia 3 acres 260 Burnain Chas Sr 1 acre J60 Campbell Cora 10 acres i510 Crigler Dave 1 acre 90 Clark Mollie 1 acre 110 Denny Amanda 2 acres s 00 Duuson Geo 1 acre 7U Denbam Jerry S Wm 15 acres 210 Diggs Sidney 8 acres 110 Digg Bettie 13 acres 160 Fife Harry 2 acres 210 Fish Robt 3 acres J60 Franklin Chas 2 acres 60 Francis Sam 3 acres 160 Gentry Joe 19 acres 210 Goodloe Geo 1 acre 130 Herd Wm 5 acres 110 Ingram Phil 3 acres 70 Jenkins1131acres Logan Elijah lot 350 Martin Sarah 4 acres 260 J Martin Lewis Sr 3 acres i 260 Martin Ben 4 acres 210 MeBain W Bnylll acres 2iO McKee Jerry 1 lot 150 Miller Smith Sr 4 acres 160 Miller Mose 8 acrep 260 Miller Allle and Mansie 0 Mot 100 Agt Mary Willis hrs 1 lot 200 Miller Mariah 2 acres 260 Miller Isaac nero 160 Mason Frank 2 acres 110 blaze Luthcis 3 acres 40 Miller Mary Mot 200 Parts John F 4 acres 90 Parks Allen 5 acres 110 Patton Frank Agt WHlie Farris acre 70 Peyton Frank 1 acre 80 Phelps Sid acre 100 Rash Wm 26 acres 2G0IRfiodes Narcisns 1 lot 300 Rice Perrv 1 lot 100 Ross Anderson 2 acres 160 Ruldolph Bell 1 acre 20 Shearer Geo 1 acre 110 Shearer Biard 2 acres 110 Simpson Anderson 1 acre 7P Stapp Archie 1 lot 350 Stone Emily J 7 acres 150 Tevis Nellie 1 lot 150 Tribble Trov 4 acres 90 Taylor Lucy 5 acres 110 Tantsley Ben 1 lot 250 Vaughn Allen 2 acres 70 Walton Geo 1 lot 100 Walker Spencer acre 6Q 100UWalker Irvine 3 acres 70 Walker Letcher 2 acres 110 Walker John acre 60 White Allen 2 acres 110 White Maryl lot 150 White harley 27 acres 260 White Bob 4 acres 210 White Willis 12 acres 260 Walker John M6t 100 White Mahala 50 acres 100 White Samira 7 acres 100 KIRKSVILLE No 7 Ballard Jesse 1 tot 100 Bennett Robt 2 acres 110 Bogie Alex 2 acres 70 Cambell Major 2 acres Cambell Edna 1 lot i 100 Fish Surrena nr 2 acres 210 Harris Wm 3 acres 410 Haynes Geo 75 acres 1990 Miller Alex 28 acres 510 Miller Sam 4 acres 310 Martin Dabney 4 acres 210 Prewitt John 29 acres 510 s Shearer Van 1 lot 200 Smith Belle 1 acre 310 Turner Mat Mot 300 Turner Sam Sr 6 acres 210 Turner Thomas 8 acres 210 Timer Easter 4 acres 310 Turner Chas hrs 4 acres Bates Miller 3 acres Berry Boond M A Burton 10 acres 110 Mitchell Jas 22 acres 210 pORiceSebastian Robt 4 acres v 110 Turner Frank 1 acre 20 Walker John M 113 stores 57- 0HH COLYER mch74w Sheriff 10Trrs author of In His Steps Rev C M Sheldon will conducttheTope ka Kansas Capital for one week beginning with Monday March 12 according to his ideas of hoW Jesus would run n daily newspaper Why should he not succeed While others t hiss and ridicule his scheme wq ad mire the courageous attempt to put his preaching into practice There is but one standard of right for every occu pation and profession hence why is it not possible to bring a daily newspaper up to the level of the highest standard Christ was a carpenter and wronged no man Thosecan who would do like Him in whatever profession We demand pure food and full measure from and grocers and butchers why can we our demand the same of editors Rev Mr Sheldons experiment is of the greatest importance Its failure be a deathblow to restraintevil literature Its success will star ulato every sincere believer in thepos sibilities of walking in Jesus steps will ucceed