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Ir II 4 i Th n d oL n4 a rS a a a i t TTIIE 1 iCHMOND CLIMAX I r VOLUM1 26RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MARCH 2JU 1900 NUMBER 42nile rr Pf 1 fLed REPAIRING AND TIMEINQ PINE WATCIIES 2 A SPECIALTY a ill Work Guaranteed Ilfl MAIN STREET RICHMOND KY Q t PROFESSIONAL CARDS TroiTE YS R E ROBERTS ATTORNEYATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY ejOfflce over Climax OQco with Jas B Mc Crearjr Second Slreet RW MILLER ATTOBHEYATLAW RICHMOND 1CB3TCCSY Office in the Burr am Bonding next door to armers National iMuik tebSly JA stTLtY N ATTOnXBVATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office over State Bank Trust Co opposite Court Houseron Main Street 1 0 D M OHEtfAULT ATTORNEYS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen aults grocery W R LETCHER AttorneyatLaw RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office with T J Smith Jr over Covmgton Mitchells T c ovvryA- ttornjatLaw Molwrley Building RichondKy JIAL130IJAOZON ATTORNEYATIAV RICHMOND KENTUCKY eOfflco In Pratber Balding Main Ftrect IIrZSICANS DUS GIBSON GIBSON PIIYSIGIA KS AND SURGEONS RICHMOND KENTUCKY OtCce in the Joe CcJins building iS nd oSec end Stieet over Wolte olddruz tore at CHAS C I10OKKR VETERINARY SURGEON Graduate Ontario Vettrttutry College Veterinary Dontintry and Sterility Specialty iwOlGceat ni stable on corner First and Wjtor Streets Klchmaml Ky apr7iy II C JASlKR M D Medicine ami Surgery Olueiruther KnsMimr Main Street Telephone lit rcii lence the Carr place on lirondwa RiMiMOvn KHNTTOKY V EVASs O G S Jiiys ri SII 1hiNIh U 1TTAIZUiQ7 1T O t it t tO1l50l vHyiT or LnuiaviLU KY aromce nut 1uor to Howrnmcnt lluildine nictimbnd Ky OUoc hoira a to 121 W4 uorl7ly Df FRED SfflTH DEN 1ST I4Ob ovcrTyr os UlrdITrtore MiinSirett o2ly Dr Louis SL Landinan No SO Vt Ninth Street Pint n isti Oliio will bo at M Millers residtnic atcond door to Pojtofflce KichmonilKyou WEDNESDAY lfiGH 14 1900 returning very ecotd Wnlnesday o each month Reference of n b mond Kymlylly Dr Rfialdsfein 4 The Optic Specialist of No Sit Foirth Avruue UmtsYine will be at the OiyaIon Uctel lUcnmpui- lTU St AY mARCH 20 returning one day each month Eyes exam ined and clas es scientifically adjusted SALESMAN WANTED Enclose SUrap for Particular Will lralgbtcncnrly and kInky hdr without Injury to thcscalp or hair I KIC 50CTS PER BOX Ao1N1 121 INK Endorsed byllie Unilod States Health Import DARRAGH RICH Njw Tori SOLE MASUFACIOBKttS loIT + H+ CALL AT + + + it flc4w il SALOON PARLOR WSEN JH TOWN Coolest nl1 LmQst refreshim of drinks that am be foum in the city are dispensed by upto ate and accommo datiu rt3lerksr Qenulae San tqz Water Kr 4 Tp SPhoneS t ScoonclSt j wiiw iin t 1 er atac1S r IT IS NO BURDEN when a PIANO or ORGAN is pur chased here Our eystern of easy payments enables any one to en joy thmusic of ItTt strtswithout depriving themselves of necessary comforts One of these INSTRUMENTS would make a superb HOLIDAY PRESENT Why not come in and look at these special bargainsHARDING RIEHM H G KENT AGENT RICHMOND KY TIlE MOVEMENT OF TIME has brought around the season of Etock taking anti to make that matter as easy as possible we oiler our- SURPLUS STOCK OF Jewelry Watches Fanny Clocks Silverware Mid Gold Novelties mid Silver at about a fourth less than ordinary prices These goods are new bright and handsome but we must have room and money F J YEAQER Public Sale I will sell at public auction my HOUSE on Smiths Summit at 2 oclock p m on MONDAY APRIL 39th Lot 00x225 ft House has nine rooms and two halls solid brick foundation cellar tinder all the house water and gas hardwood finish bujjjry house andstable Cpcie to see it J D CLARK inch7w RIOHMOMD KY For Sale t 175 Acres of Land 5 miles south of Richmond near the pike dweNing with eight 8 robins good barn and other buildings good apple and peach orchard well watered- in good state of cultivation church aud school houses con venient Terms reasonable possession given this fall A T HOUSE mchlitf White Hall Ky Our ioods AO Our prices Compel you to trade with us when yougive us a trial 1rilID a nli rIm 1J3 ff tI ra llilmID m1j fuj1 The ladies cannot be deceh ed by catchy phrases nor bombastic claims All we have to say is we buy ill the best markets of the world select the la test goods and when you buy you know you have the latest uptodate goods Is that what you want If so trade with hiteqM9GibSOfli- I r ANNOUNCEMENT FOB COUJTf C1EBICI ARCHKAto the action of the Democratic Party RAYDURNto the action of the Democratic Party We are authorized to announce D n TEVI8 a candidate for County Clerk subject to the action of the Democratic party We Are authorized to announce M M subJectWe are authorized to announce JESSE subjecttoron 8HEBIFP PWAGERScountysubject to the action of the Democratic We are authorized to announce JOUR W forSheriffparty We are uethBrized to announce MARTIN GENTRY a candidate for Sheritf of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party BEOADDUBsubject to the action of the Democratic party POE sansson OLDIIUfounty subject to the action of the Democratic party LDAKEUcounty subject to the action of the Demo cratic party GEORGENOLANDcounty subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce O W DEATUERAGE a candidate for Assessor of theDemocraticWe are authorized to announce BUD DUNN of the Glade District a candidate for Assessor subject to the action of the Democratic party FOR JAILER CLACKEYcounty subject to the action of the Democratic party GPARRISHcounty subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce JACK ROSS- a candidate for Jailer of Madison county for one term subject to the action of the- Democratic party We are authorized to announce F J PER theactionA YARN ABOUT THE RICHMOND FISHING CLUB For the Climax The sunshiny dnys of the past few weeks have begun to make the local fishermen rather restless and the spring campaign is discussed in a general way While listening to a few of these gentlemen discnss their variousoutings- for st veral years past their camp on Rockcastle river a few years since was more interesting to the listener than other points they referred to from the fact that this particular outing sounded more like genuine fishing Said one of the gentlemen I have never enjoyed myself more or caught more fish than the time we were upon Bockcastle river in 1897 We struck camp abont noon and began to stretch our tent at once Schlegel was look ing after the culinary department Joe Guinchigliani was looking after the decoration of the tent He hung out in front of the tent our welcome sign to all fishermen It read Once a fisheimnn always a liar Early the next morning each one of us got our rods and a bucket of ininows and started for some good point on the river Bass vere biting fairly well and I began to have some fine sport In a short time I heard a tremendous splash lag in the water under a large sycamore tree about fifteen feet below me and heard something fall on the bank I at once ran to the plate and to my surprise there lay a large bass that would wiegli at least four pounds It was twice as large as my I had caught discovered that the tree was hollow and the water was up in the hollow within ten or twelve inches of the ground I concluded at once that a large pike had aimed to catch the bass and that it had realized that its only chance of escape was to jump out ol the river corlcluded at once to have that pike if ho still wanted the bass so I hooked him very securely and dioped him very qniefly just below the tree Mr pike must have bccn loot lag for him to flop back and in a lew Eeconds was atter him I gave line and plenty of time for the pike to swallow the bass After appearently Waiting a long time I gave him a yank but it appeared that I was pulling at the bottom of the river I gave another big pull and that fish moved just like some thing hud disturbed him a little I pulled again and the point of the hook must have touched him for he mad a big lunge and ran up to the top of the water and it actually appeared to me tryingturbing him so soon after breakfast 1 thought I saw him catch sight of me and ho looked us fierce as a tiger and thAn he threw his tall up and showed me wore fish than I had over seen be fore in water Business commenced womans lIIC is hard enough Sit is Jt is to her that we owe our world an l everything should be Iade as easy as possiblefor her at childbirth This is just what 4 MOTHERS W FRIEMDV 11baband painless and that without take ing dangerous drugs into the sys tem It is to be appUed to the muscleSof the It peattrates through the skin carry elasticity with it- It strengthenS the wholesysthm and prevents all of the discomforts ol pregnancy I a of a plumb babe ia Panama Mo says have used Mothers Friend and can praise it highly JSet Mothers frwfHt at lw Bf ag Store Sifter bettle The Bradfield Regulator Ce ATLANTA GA wiftlladlMtt1ibo- klof 3 1ia ofn pr r j i from that moment My reel began to work like a wind mill The fish ran up the river until all ol my line was fllnout I expected the pfitland concluded that I was going to lose pole and reel If the liuu did not break I planted my heels dtep iu the earth and brazed back to help him break the line but it would not break Iwas jerked and sawed around for a few momeuts when to my surprise he started down the river I at once began to reel in line and yell to the top of my voice as if in greatrdistress with the hope that I could attract some of the boys tQ me I heard one of them answer and lookiog down the river I saw George Pickels coming to my rescue but just at that time my fish began to entertain me again I hud thrown on tho drag to my reel after Ihad wound in all I could as the fish started down stream but it had no effect on that fish He seemed to split the water like a flash of lightning and my reel went like an old fashion spring wheel I was determined to save my pole and reel and that fish carried me down the bank of the river almost as fast as I could run In a short time Pickels came up and got down and took hold of thmd with me I told him that I was only trying to save my rodand reelthat I had seen the fish and knew he could not be landed He and I held on like grim death and that fish continued to run up and down stream stoppedinbe resting for another run We had concluded by this time that we could land him and we intended to keep him moving tbegan to reel in but he lay as stubborn as a log I continued to tighten the line All of a sudden lie sprang clear out of the water You ought to have heard Pickels grunt tryinltoto land on his tail and from eighteen to twenty inches of him remained out of the water As quick as a flash Pickols drew lila pistol and was taking aim at my fish I said shoot low or you might cut my line He lowered his weapon a little and fired My line whized back iu the trees behind us and we both realized in a second that he had hit the line and cut it How we both felt can never be described George threw down his pistol and looked like a condemned criminal I told him not to be hurt over it that I had no idea that we could ever have landed him and that I fully approved of his shooting George said He looked so fierce at me that I could Iot resist the feeling to shoot I aimed low and I cant see how I hap pened to hit the line Just then np came Ed Turl y attracted by the shot We began to relate our exper mylineout as near as we couh the place where the fish was when the shot was fired Turleyat once threw his hand above peeredintentlythe fish and remarked rather excitedly that he thought ho could set blood on the water I determined before bespoke what he was looking at and at once rushed into Urn water nearly up to my chin The water grew shallow aa I approached the point where the fish was last seen Just as I reached the spot I could surely see blood rising through the clear water and my hope of getting the fish revived Just then there was a terrible commotion in the water and the fish rushed to the sur face but lie was bleeding and looked weak The look of defence was not In his eye as formerly I thought he had rather a pleading looki I sprang for ward and grasped him tightly umJer my arms Turley and Pickels yelled with delight ea 1 wad back to the shoreThe yelling had by this time attracted all of our party and they all whooped Bud yelled It was discovered that Pickets had shot low ai requested but in swallowing the bass the pike had swallowed more than a foot of my line and the bullet entering the stomach had cut the line The pike measured fortyeight and a half inche To pro vent catching cold I imbibed rather freely after I got toe amp antI knew nothing that occured the rest of the day The next morning I saw the head of my fish with its mouth held wide apar with a stick behind the tent drying Pickels brought the head home with him and it was left in his store and often so I have heard claimed that he caught it but be did not catch that fish G U T A Night of Terror Awful anxiety was felt lor the Burnhamicould not live till inoritingVrites thatrearlullllgbtsoon die from pneumonia but she beg ged for Dr Kings New Discovery saying it had more than once saved lier life and had cured her of Consumption After three small doses she slept easily all night ndlts further use completely cured her This marvel Otis medicine is guaranteed to cure all Throat Chest and Lung Diseases Only 50c and CO Trial bottle free at Perry Thomas drug store i PANOLA Farmerevaro soingoats and break lug for corn Eldou Baker bought 30 acres of timber from Ohm BontoH The Roy Sopher Lumber Company bought Eldpu Baker Jjo acre of timber Born to the wife of Curtis Gentryon Locust Branch a fine boy Guton larclGtliIlughShlflettand JoeCryoraan took the traIn for Bloomington Illinois loot Monday to work on farms saysDoV1ttsbring certain relief cure iwy ireadactie and never xripe Thwy getttly cleanse and invigorate tbe bowel sad liver Perry k ThjmMM Two young nen of Ewttport Xe thonichitit would be many to reaeqaer deM AgaiaaJdo sad klsLktantat a local ball But M oea as- persit iUMjritp they w Jf Mrped trnOmC4- th4 aiu e lMtI Iincl 1 UREY WOODSONS OPINION Enquirer Interview Hon TIrey Woodson editor of the Owensboro Messenger and National Democratic ommtttccmnn from Ken tucky who was at the Grand hotel thinks that the State convention will be held not earlier than the second week in June perhaps a little later It Is his opinion that Senator Blackburn and ex Goy McCreary are sure to be two delegates from the StateatJarge and that the other two will probably be Judge Goodnight exCongressman of Frank lin Simpson county and Congressman David H Smith of the Fourth district Mr Woodson believes that exGov McCreary stands a good show of suc ceeding Republican Senator Deboe in the United States Senate two years hence A Frightful blunder Will often cause a horrible Burn Scald Cut or Bruise Bucklens Arnica Salve the best in the world will kill the pain and promptly heal it Cures Old Sores Fever Sores Ulcers foils Felons Corns all Skin Eruptions Best Pile cute on earth Only 25 cts a box Cure guaranteed Sold by Per ry Thomas Druggist 1 CONCEALED WEAPONS Judge Sanders took occasion to com nientpn the practice of carrying pistols in Kentucky He said It eeems that almost everybody is in the habit of currying a pistol Ihe law in this Stale in regard to carrying concealed weapons is a mere farce If a man is fined here and given a jail sen tence as is required he appeals the case to the circuit court if ho has any money is fined there and the jail sentence suspended I believe the law ought to be as in several other States in the Union For instance in Louisiana the lowest fine is 5300 and the highest 500 The jail sentence is not attached Heavy fines will soon stop tho practice of carrying concealed weapons at least in a measure Paducah News Hylers Dyepepscia Tablets pleasant relIeron receipt of price MUBDOCK CUBE Co nov29 ly Atlanta Ga A Fulton farmer was the father of a daughter who was remarkably plain in appearance Her feet did not seem to track exactly as sh6 walked and her breathwas strong enough to bale hay with None of the youths in that section seemed to take to the farmers daughter and the years were rolling on Then wayHebushel and during the year of Democratic prosperity sold bunches of cattle receiving therefor rolls of money as thick as the leg of a Norman horse And when it became known that the farmer bought another section of good bottom land and likewise had a large wad of money in the bank suitors came about seeking the hand of his daughter Then the old farmer who Vas uo ling eater even if he did allow the hair to grow upon the back of his neck communed with himself saying observe that cash not only perfumes the breath but seems to cure all defects of form and complexion Fulton Leader Mrs Harriett Evans Hinsdale Ill writes I never fail to relievo my usIngOunfeel safe without it Quickly cures conglm colds grippe and all throat and lung diseases Perry Thomas AFTER HIM Some of our Northern and Eastern contempoRaries are after Editor Vat tersgn because they cannot reconcile the consistency of his position today with that of four years ago Our friends may fail to understand that smart men sometimes change their minds and that fools never do It is commendable for a man in the wrong to get rightMt Sterling Advocate PUTNAM FADELESS DYES are fast to sun light washing and rubbing Sold by C L Searcy Waco Ky Thomas Adams PanolaKy An Arkansas coroner in making out a verdict for the findings of an inquest over a tenmonthold child gravely wrote down the assertion that the chjld was unmarried and hat its chief occu pation was in keeping its father and mother awake at night LAWES For reliefof women Chester Tansy Tablets worth their weight in gold A Safe and certain monthly regulator SI a box MUKDOCK CURE Co nov29 Iv Atlanta Ga Tho husband of a woman who is lecturing in Arkansas on How to Manngoa Husband committed suicide a few days ago No other cause Is as signed for the rash act Rev W E Sitzer W Caton N Y writes I had dyspepsia over 20 years anti tried doctors and medicines with out benefit I was persuaded to use Kodol Dyspepsia Cure and it helped me from the start I believe it to a panacea for all forms of Indigestion It digests what you cat Ierry IllODlHS The MlseIselppi Senate has passed the nntilynchuJg bill by a vote of 21 to 10 which provides for the dI missal of any officer who allows a mob to take a prisoner froinhin and for the recbvoy of 2100 by the heirs of tha victim from members of the mob To Care a 1eIJ Is tine Day Takct Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund the money if it slgDatalaJohn W Kretner of Louisville who killed his wlfein 1815 and was sent to the Frankfort penitentiary for life committed suicide there last Wednesday Mife Calvin ZifimeirmM Milesburg P14TN Ys Aa ft y care for coughs culdl ClOiltt asd sou throat One Mm utft Cou ti C w W nMqUftltal It I- Splesat fee eWlJreo to take I IJeji- rtl11rii beine4Ms Jtis tM onl1esrhsi sssiseily that produsa- siflhillditS al ItCUrES 1NieIonJlllippfat4 thro t sad lnr- inmptn t GUy LD BROWN WRITEUP FOXTOWN Foxtown which isone of the oldest and smallest villages in our county Is situated on the lUehnioud and Lexing ton turnpike six miles from Richmond The scenery around this Jlttlo fiettle ment is quite beautiful Looking east ward one can view the Cumberland mountains in the distance looking like a curtain of dark blue stretching from North to South and the Intervening space makes a pretty panoramic view InteTspercod with many farms and defived its name from the Fox family who resided there in days of yore also from the great number of red and gray foxes thatabonnded there in former days and which were source of great sport to the residents around there TheprincipaLindustries of the little village are a general and mixed store owned and operated by Madison Burgin who lq a wellknown citizen of that section Also a blacksmith shop run by Mr Lowry and a distillery own ed aud operated by Ed Million Foxtown is the former homo of the numerous Bennett family now of Rich mond The old Bennett homestead one of the best brick residences in that neighborhood situated near the pike Mr Samuel Bennett the original pro prietor was a wellknown citizen of Foxtown Near this place in the home of Cassius Mar lIus Clay who has a State and national reputation and is familiarly known as the Sage of White Hall Foxtown is the former home of Dr Evans of this city Some of the principal citizens are Robert Q iseu berry Pugs White Samuel Phelps Dr Perry Mr Smith C M Clay and Ezekiel Forbes In tho beginning of this century about 1808 the writers great uncle Win Brown after he had emigrated from England settled for a short time at Foxtown as a wheel wright and afterwards came to Richmond and en gaged in the carding business with a man named Lee They also spun cotton in connection with carding Lee was a great projector and thought he had discovered perpetual motion but it failed as all such hallucinations gen erally dj EDWIN BROWN CURIOUS FREAKS IN LOVE A DISAPPOINTED SUITOR The following interesting story was published in the Enquirer of 13 The recent marriage of Albert R Talbottof Bourbon county to Miss Lucy Bigstaff of Bath county brings to light some very romantic features os told to tho Enquirer by one of the chief actors in the drama About a year ago MarlIn Talbott a middleaged farmer residing near Paris while on a visit in Bath county became acquainted with Miss Lucy Bigstaff a pretty young woman of near O wings ville The acquaintance ripened into love and they became betrothed One day Martin Talbott took his young brother Albert Talbott the wellknown horseman to Miss Bigstafis homo to present to his prospective bride Albert in turn fell a victim to her charms On the day sot for tho marriage Mar tin accompaied by Isis brother Albert who was to be best man proceeded to Owingsville where he secured a li cense to marry Miss Bigstail Enronte to Miss BigstafTs homo from Owings ville Albert remarked to Martin Look here Martin you are too old to marry that girl Iet me have her Martin would not consent but pro prosed to lay the matter before the young lady and abide her decision When the case was laid before Miss Bisrstaff to Martins great surprise she said that she loved Albert best Martin relinquished all claims the license was destroyed a new one authorizing the marriage of Albert It Tal bott and Lucy BlgstafT secured and they were married Martin took the matter yery philosophically and acted asbest man at the ceremony when he was to have been groom The Talbolts are Well known and prosperous farmers and horsemen The bride is a handsome young woman and seems contented with tier choice The romantic features did not get out until when Martin Tnlbott told the circnm stances which gave him a sisterinlaw Instead of a w- ifeTH1N9of peoplehave Perhaps thei- rparents fil thin HIRhaif per Itheir 1 children haye thin hair this does not make ivnecessary for them to have thin hair One thing you may rely upon t Lots hair had 1 But r Hairvu or maKes the hair healthy and vigorouSrnakes it grow thick and long It cures dandruff also It always color to gray all the dark i restoresJ of early life no longer your looking old be ifore your time l 18R 8bettle Alt druzzkt- i An a retBwiT for rwrtoHwf color tll the ttr I ucuevn Avers Hair Vigor hucrfJWlI It Uan alw lt nm perfect jwtlefactioU la m wu Jlf1IAH1WaItKLA- IIiC 1111 HaiiwrjtieiortNvM HC a hok Ml The stud a lp tow U4H r4If tin not 4ei U bq5t wJsoi Mw iu4 e tlie Visit wre JJe abm tc a iuJJu Vf l J w 24 11 L C LB UEADQUVRTER3 FOR SEWING HACBINES +z SEWING MACHINE SUPPLIES Orders taken for PIANOS and ORGANS Repairing a Specialty 23rOFFiCE opposite Court House with Freeman Bros Janl7Ij Remember eGo oe That I have purchased the stock of groceries re cently owned by Mr JtrAsbill 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 dis posing of anything in this line A L GOtt JanMtf tio Home In uran Insure your dwellings barns and other prop ertyin the BLUB GRASS IXSURANCB COMPANY of Lexington Ky a home Institution Gives protection asanstI fIRE LIGHTNING AN TORNADO Kb assessment calls on members when losses occur to other members and no initiation fee charged to become member of company The cheapest and most reliable company for the people our county now operating In the State and gets cheaper every year falling to onehalf after the first year For further information call on their agent and collector S B B Black attorneyat law oppositeCourtCompany upstairsJ if ARTER Pres may2My CC BO3WORT1I Secy KodolDyspepsia Digests what you eat It artificially digests tho 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 permancntlycnrcsDyspepsia NauseaIPrepared by E C DtWItt Co Crjlcago yor sale by Perry I Thomas TRADEMARKSP TS FREENotlcoc7iargr moderate No fee tIU pltcI1 tis secure Letters strictly confidential Addreas- E SIGGERS Patent Lawyer Washington D- CPFCN O FOR VEAK MEN Tho creat French Itoncdy within easy reach of every It nets powerfully and qnlctly New HJB PhpicaDj Perfed Is tha result of 30 days use of Young men Trill regain their lost roannioU and Old Men Till recover their youthful vigor It fits ono REGt1ERJIsCan bo carried In vest poclct Dy mail SIO rtlun11MCirculate free Address tho American o3co ot BORBEM MEDICaL Co 8Stfb ft Forsale by Perry Thomas septl3ly 253OOO-IN Cash Premiums ARE BEING OFFERED BY TIlE CiidDDati EqirrFOR Nearest Correct Guesses on the Population of the United States 3o bergord bytIa S isus Bureau for 1900 Tho first census tor the United Stateaaa takun In Since then every succeeding ten years Thercsi lt of ach census has been as follows Year Population Year Population 1810 1820 13SsslI 1860 1830 isoIMQ 17OC9iXl W1S378J 10 231918711 187 BJE3250 Here you hare the jigures of a bull of caicu Utlon The probiemow let What will be the of the United States excluding recent acquisitions but the total ot tate Territories and the District of Columbia to the flrsl nearest correct guess cc4S30Q0 1GOOToTo tto Fourth To the Plfth 250 To the Sixth OI To the Seventh j i oso To the next 10 each 3100 amounting to lOCO i SO 25Ii l ico 21 925OfJu too i 10 Si ooo 1533 IiII Tqtal 76f number of preinI i 2L9- 7amouut1egto i2 o O Headers 6f tbd CMKAX cannrall tlieMolree efthlsoffarbypayment tousofa years sub to sad EKr I Y EQVINER Costing Only 200 iRcfcMof WlOey to W tvuMy hided The EmqalMra Htloaal reUais a Mu5ulA trMWMIt tor Mtohful ais pesOneaswot Mi Ime 4isM- 1eexat7pae1s te U m n1tYi r i 11MaESTABLISHED 1863 1 1 JAMES T HAMILTON PROPRIETOR q I Vv u Monuments Tombs Headstones Statuary and Foreign and American Marble and Granite +FluE WORK A SPECIALTY ltl ofCemeteryof the M E Church on Irvine Street where they will find constantly on lutml a large stock of finished work to select from at prices to suit all clarec f t COlltralKcntuckydesignswhich3T YOUR PATROXAGE SOLICITED a- JPtTUIES T HJOTULTON Proprietor t Xir READYFORTHE i t NEW YEARL Ir Our immense store is now filled to over flowing with the newest most attractive useful articles for cy e c1crnsandI 1 ft ofLacliesDesksChifLi Cases Rockers Hall and Libra ry Chairs Morris Chairs Jar 1Ij diniere Stands and Screens c I r Space prevents us giving a full list of the s beautiful things we have this season and in A Ivite you to make us an early call and avoid the rush You can make your purchases r yourleisurers you desire 1 r WATCHiUi atifu1 I Snow VJin vtS f J NEVILLE MOBERLEY1 I i 220222 W Main Street r KY j NGHTPHONE23RICuIOND t F f I 7I 7F 4 t This Is The Oliver Plow 7 i = h 4 IF YOU HAVE IT IOU 71KnOW IT IS THE BEST ur 1PYOUHAVEINOT WE WILL 0 PROVE IT IS 1a THE BEST 7rh + We ate still handling tile Brown Cultivator Haworth corn Planter and the Bei Harrow mntha market Also a full line of Collars es Back Bands BrIdles and aU kinds Plow Gear and full line of Hardware and Stoves r I E1ICnKrdt + J MAIN STREET RICHMOND1ICY 1j + ++ ++++ J 4 ti 1i T c11 w- IIiIV irr TO THE FARMER 4Buy your Cloyer Thnotliy Bluegrass Orchard Grass Red Top Seed Oats SeedfromI E DEATHERAGE Con i Headquarters for Salt Lime and Cement The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY MACH 21 1000 We are pflVriug you China now at a less price than we can replace it for McCann Deatherage David Landroth Sons garden Feeds are sold by McCann Deatherago Sole agents for this Territory Onion eete 10 cents per quart Other pardon seeds at proportionate prices at MeCann Doathurnger Wo are offering genuine bargains in china glassware lanips etc and will continue to do so until our entire stock is exhausted McCanj Deatherago Do you ever eat pudding if so come ami get one of those nice decorated dinner sets 100 pieces atthe low price of 57 MtCunn Denthorage Keep looking Dont you want a dandy llayilands decorated dinner set 100 piefes for S2 McCann DeaUierage t Womans Congress tomorrow II1 rlit Ilotsu ami jnck cards uheiip at this cilice Suiis from 10 up to ineasureat i WoHtfcrs marl t tf- 35 rents admission to Womans Cnngnss to morrow night A horse bitten by a mad dog had to LP killed as hydrophobia developed Joplin sells Blue Gem and Somi Tutmel coal Cant be beat Tele phone 81 7m4w Call and leave your meahure at Stonlfers the tailor marl4tf Two horses and a cow of a Mr Parker of this county wore bitten by a mad dog Do not fall to hear the Surrender Irirus at tile entertainment tomorrow caning by 12 pretty girls and 6 hand borne gjiitleme MonerR Ed and Ino McCord have Ijougbt of Ino Baldwin 15C acres of tlie oM Gao Deatherage farm on Tiites Creek pikencarW irutchers for 8 Fancy shirts in new at Stout fers marl4tf If you have any oak ash poplar or ualniic logs or trees unit wish to sell llicin for w sh write or call on ROY SOPEU Co nov20 GUI Kicholasville Ky Mv guarantee is that every Suit of I CiotliKti shall give perfect satisfaction brrn leaving the shop I do nor charge fur clothes that do not lit CHAS JACOBS feb2ltf The Tailor Sej the nn v tvp Inns atStouflers ClothingIZISIItIIt of BUinpleH over brought ti Richmond His prices are the lowest ami roods tiie best Call and investigate fell Ilf Great ojijHiiiniiitv offered to good rclialit IncH Milary of SII per week and expeiiK fur mun with rig to Intro duce our Ionltrv Mixture and insect Destroyer in tlittttoinitry rinid Mtunp American Mfg Co Terre IlHiite Iiul- LSfelily Tie new cutter ran lit 011 at StiuUbrs luarlttf J Agents on Kiilnrv of 15 per week and expenses tIle IIAUto agent snller- evpr produced nvery Mouk and poultry raiser huysit on sight Hustlers want el Uofxreiice Address with titump American Mfg Co Terre Haute Jud- zrcLly Those who at end tho Woman Congress tomono evening nfav rest assured that the Jest order will lie maintained Miss NTira Kohl of Madison Institute will be the lady policeman and Miss Smile Maupm po lice judge Have suits made by Stouffer and save 10 mar4tf llnncrRHettie Frazeo replied the Kepubli cans i Miss Mary Oyle the accomplished elocutionist will represent Senator Simple in the Womans Congress to typicalKentucky In tho Womans Congress tomor row night George Simmons will be ntIated by Miss Lizzie Turley President McKinley has been es pecially invited to attend the enter tnimnont tomorrow evening Miss Mary Covle as President will ftlve him some useful advice in the affairs of war The Richmond orchestra will fur nish the music at the entertainment to morrow evening Seal Cape Found p A ladys seal skin cape found In this city is at this office awaiting proof of its ownership and 75 cents for this notice Lct One largo gold breast pin with gentle mans picture enclosed A liberal reward will be paid for return of same to this office feb21tf Big Revival at Irvine At the big Methodist revival at Irvine 100 have been converted and CO have joined the church Evangelist New BOin is irfcharge New and True Dentists who extract teeth becaUse they ache should go to school and learn w they should be treated Dr lIob lion next door to Government Build ing Richmond Ky julO lf See Stouffer for men and boys clothing marl4tf Estill BoyJLucky youngDemocraticrace for the Legislature in Estill last fall has been appointed Auditors Agent at Lexington by Auditor Cou- lter at a salary of about 2000 Stouffer the tailor makes suits to fit marl4tf Strayed A white and black setter bitch with black ears was seen last on Thursday MarcH 8 Finder will be given a liber III reward for return of saute to the undersigned JOE CIIKNAUL- TmarMif Richmond Ky Save money and get a suit from Stouffer mar4tf Local Caught in a Tunnel Wm Fielder of Waco was a fireman on the train that stalled in Kings Mountain Tunnel on the C S last week The crew were badly injured by the foul cases from the engine but Fielder clung to his post and is being praised us a hero A FAIR OFFER I will fill any order for you at the same price for anything in the jewelry line that you can get from any other city Selected from anybodys cata logue that you may hive thereby sav lug you of ordering Respectfully jan3lyr D P AUMER Dont buy a suit until you see Stouffers marl4if Call for Democratic County Committee The Democratic county committee is heieby called to meet in Richmond jjatuidav March 24 1900 to determine vhen to fix a date for holding the Democratic Primary to select candidates for all such offices to bolillcd at tho next regular election Jons U CIIEVAULT March 19 1000 Chm Dem Com Special Rates to Washington The C 0 railway will sell round trip tickuts to Washington and return Ort May 20 and 21 at one fare for the ruitud trip lindted to return until May 81 on account of tho meeting of the Mystic Hhrinera Keep these dates in your mind if you are going to make a trip caSt GIM W lUrXEY Dlv Pass Agt Lexington Ky tf Mr Joe Oldham Marries in Estill Tow Itiends only heard of tho mar rliigtf of Mr Joe Oldhani of this county ant Mus Muttie Williamsof Estillwhich toOl place tu Thursday at the home of the brides father trW Ill WIll- iams at Irvine Thegroom is a well known citizen of this county and isa candidate for assessor subject to these tit n of the Democratic purty He is wide ly related and very popular His bride is a very attractive and lovable young lady Upon the occasion of their mar tinge among other handsome presents were two 500 bills given by the father of the hridewho is one of the wealthiest of lintill The attend MissII G SweepingReduction IN- ithQvGrat hDasH vy UnBe1Waar tHavii bought our stock for spring before the deathjfM Mitchell and the partnership having tg to be clOsed we will begin at once tQ s ll every thing in j HEAVY GOODS tat PRICES LOWER THAN WAS EVER SOLD THIS TOWN BEFORE This is no catch ad but abonafide bargain in every article offered J Mens and Boys Suits and Overcoats Mens Shoes and Underwear t If you dont need the goods now it will pay you sf to for next winter as prices we will make 11 Jwillh less than the same goods can be bought from ttI the manufacturers x t r t COME AND GET PRICES y I CovingtonMitchel r ASeaelMvd iildtwoprisonersmud into heaps on Monday but It was nothaulwinds blew and no man can toll that liquiddepthssufficientlyand Dr Foster Gets to Jackson thoChairsity accepted an Invitation to deliver a series of lectures on various be fore the students of Lees Institute at SatnnJllvIhim apparatus and materials for mak lag some interesting experiments which patronsWaller Traynor Ihe TwoYearold The Lexington Herald of recent date says Tn the stable of H O Tray nor at the Richmond Ky fair grounds is the twoyearold chestnut colt Waller T 2171bypromise and is entered in several of the rich futurities Mr Traynor Is also Lillianlleovesthat gives promise of making a fast one Cut to Pieces by Train Albert Munday a negro man was overKenluckybody was literally reduced to mincemeat rho bridge ka doublereversed thelotteIaround one of the curves owingto tire iron framework Munday was in the center of the bridge when he heard the thelocotuotivegained the shoreend and his body was cut into fragments an unrecognizable mass Stamp Cooks Will be on Sale at Posloffice About May Postmaster C C Wallace Las been notified that about May 1 next the Posloflice Department will be ready to supply Postmasters for sale to the pub lie small books of twocent stamps interleaved with paraffine paper to prevent permanent adhension The books will contain paces of six stamps each Only books of three different quantities will ho issued as follows A book of 12 two ent stamps a book of 24 and a book of 48 The books will be sold at an advance of l cent over the stamp value to cover the cost of binding Almosl Within the Shadow A week ago before the communltv had recovered from the shock caused by the sad death of Miss Geneva Mob erley the report was circulated that mother young lady Miss Minnie Dykes the accomplished daughter of Mr and Mrs J E Dykes was at deaths door For days and nights she hovered near the borderland of eternity unconscious and unresponsive Meanwhile her parents and friends were wrought up to the highest pitch of distress and anxie ty Finally the crisis came and she rallied and the anxious and affrighted daysMissdisease and slio was spared once more to mother father and friends Richard Mansfield at Lexington Mr Richard Mansfield comes to the ThursdayMurchTime great Actor will appear as Herr Eugene Coiirboiser in the dramatiza thou of Jesse Fothergills charming Germanyrimeplay will reveal MansGel in an entirely new creation in which tie has won his triumphThe will bo presented with the identical production of the Now York run and all the peopleof the Mansfield organization will be seen Richard Mansfields Company in eluding lila business staff 87 players and 17 workmen in various capacities on the stage and three cars of special scenery and properties National Bank Stock Taxation Judge Scotts Decision Last fall holders of stock in the Clark County National Bank and the Citi zens National Bank refused to list their stock to Assessor Stokely for taxation says the Winchester Sun This resulted in a number of the stockholders be jug summoned before Judge J H Evans to show cause why the stock should not be assessed for taxation under the general provisions of the law and after hearing the case Judge Evans decided that tho stock should be asses sed Time case was at once appealed to the Circtit Court where Judge T Jtniott last week reversed the decision of Jtid ce Evans holding that the stock could not be assessed Judge Brown of the Laurel Circuit Court has recently rendered a similar decision Ladies Goebcl Monument Commiilee Time committee of ladies appointed to solicit contributions in Madison coun tv for The Womens Monumental Fund to aid in the erection of a monu ment to the memory of Governor Goe bel has been successful in its good work nnrt is still receiving donations Time committee in Madison consists of the following ladles Chair man Ms James U McUreaiy Mr Chas Searcy Mrs Ellen Gibson Mrs John B Chonault Mrs J Stone Wal ker Mrs J 1J Willis Mrs Mamie H Stockton Mrs J P Simmons Mrs W T Tevis Mrs L J Frazee Mrs Jas Noland Mrs Jacob S White Mrs Ed McCann Miss Ann Freeman Miss Margaret Crooke Mrs Burrell Million DeatherageMrsJohn D Goodloe To Practice Patent Law in Cincinnati havinginvontiOmms their patents defended will bo interest ed in reading this announcement Mr Francis W H Clay rof the Dis trict of Columbia Bar LL M C E begs to announce that having resigned his position as Examiner in the United States Patent Office he has associated himself with Chas L SturtevantEsq and lion A P Greeley Jate assistant- Cornniissioncrol Patents and has en tered upon the practice of law with special attention to Patents and Patent Causes His office is at 31 Carlisle building Cincinnati 0 the main office of the firm being at 030 FStreet Wash in eton D CIIt is hardly necessary to Clays fitness by births and education for the position he now occupies His associates are men of national prom in ence and tho firm is one of the strongest of the kind in the country Mr Clay is the second son of Mrs Mary B Clay of this county and has a host of friends and relatives in central Kentucky who aro pleased that he has returned to the Ohio Valley and to limo Queen City tfo practice his profession Mr Clay fe Lessen Mr Brutus J Clay and wife who left hero March 6 are in London Eng laud enrouto to Paris where Mr Clay was sent by the President as the commissioner from Kentncky to the Pariiji Exposition Mr and Mrs Clay will arrive at Paris about April Jj says Mr ClavinalettertotheCuMAx nd he orders Its paper sent to him care of the United States Commission Paris Exposition Time mere appointment as commlseionerso we understandwfts not so much desired by Mr Clap becajjso of any tolitlual prestige attaching thereto but because he and wile have long desired to visit Europe and as a com missioner from this country Mr Clay would have advantages and courtesies which money could not buy I and Mrs Clay will tour Europe after or perhips during the Exposition and will- vimdtail of interest 1 is not now our intention to spend the summer in Franco or elsewhere in that bailiwick but Sfe will see torit that uiaraand tht oib8i 1 Ir journals shall be laid aside one iav in we k by the Honorable CompifesSoner from KwUnckytJSA for the perusal of news oxow- Pooey 8 Rlchmow sad siliar irnst ant points reported ie1y1y ia this paper J fcj p cultor iwwr it fa ds o JI j Has Ntowrf to Cawpten Mr John Harris son of Prof J B Camptonprinting outfit with which to print the ntartod there Rev John J Dickeythe wellknown mountain UaeL er preacher orator statesman and hislifeimplicitfaithzeal are wonderful inspiring all with Dickeyhasin eastern Kentucky for nearly twenty years and has accomplished untold good there He says Campton is one Kentuckyitspeople and his paper is designed to- prnmote the cange of duration and re throughout the section referred to Mr Harris who goes to Campton to take charge of the mechanical depart ment of the paper is well able to man ace that important feature anti beluga inoial sober and industrious young man he should make mauy friends in his new home Live Snake In Womans Stomach ValleyVIewing a live snake In her stomach and her family received many letters from all over the country in regard to the phenomenon Physicians redicnled the idea of a live reptile growing in the human stomach pronouncing it a phy siological impossibility So if the Valley story was a fake there are others as evidenced by this snake story from the New York Sun Miss Florence Reese of Herkimer about 26 years old nasa live snake in her stomach She was taken to St Lukes hospital in Utica where she will undergo an operation for the removal of tho reptile Miss Reese who has known that there was a living creature in hersromach for ejx or seven years until quite lecently supposed it to be a tapeworm Of late she has suffered a great deal and three weeks ago consulted Dr Ford an eminent physician of Utica who after an examina tion announced that there was a snake growing in her stomach and that an operation was necessary She refused to submit to that and came homo But her sufferings became so terrible that she finally decided to seekrelief by way of the knife The size of the serpent is estimated at from two to three feet long and as large around as a plainlyfeltgot into the womans stomach is a mys tery pleaseriseinent physicians alleged statement Woman Triumphant by Richmond Talent A burlesque on Woman Suffrage will be rendered tomorrow evening at the court house by 20 local characters 18 ladies gentlemen and 2 children It is in charge of Prof R M Caldwell of Millersburg and the proceeds go to the Missionary Society of the Christian church It will be largely attend ed and immensely enjoyed The cos llullchlogintofuturity SCENE 1 TIME 1950 IN FBOXT OF RICHMOND CounT HOUSE Senators Ratler and Race are discus sing advisability of removing men from the army and navy St tutor Claynole enters and collides with Bobby a bad boy who is rolling a hoop They have an altercation attracting a motley crowd of spectators Policeman arrests Senator but upon learning she is a U Senator releases her from custody SCENE 2 IN vita lions OF JOHN BRAGUAED BLACKSMITH Mrs B with baby in arms sits singing to her child on front of stage Susanna her daughter on floor plaving with dolls Mrs Middle Theydiscussand prevent divorces Mrs Middletree departs leaving Mrs Braggart much encouraged in their crusade against husbands Mr Braggard and son enter and he quarrels with children be cause there is no water here as usual Mrs B settles the trouble by making her husband go after the water Jam ily gather around table and while the children act naughty Mr and Mrs B quarrel incessantlySCENE3 LADIES IN CONG BESS They enter carrying pencils paper and documents General confusion until lady Speaker calls the House to order They sing two verses of America when a motion is made to sing the fourth verse This is amended to sing the third verse Great hubbub and Speaker decides the fourth verse shall be sung Not to be outdone the minority sing their verse one line at a time behind the others Roll call and journal approved A tilt ensues between RepresentativesSkittle waddle and Simple over approval of journal The lie is passed And a lively scene Order restored discus sion ensues on Removal of men from pollee force Hon Mrs Yoman of Alabama favors and lion MissSFrnple of Kentucky opposes men on police force While latter speaks bad boy throws snake Into circle when every lady leaps into a chair and screams O for a man Boy removes snake and ladies resume their chairs Debate con tinues many indulging in personalities producing great disorder Speaker un able to quell the disturbance Sergeint atArms ordered to take Spottenhain from the hall Her adherents interfere Others attempt to enforce the order pandemonium reigns supreme and cur tain falls SCENE 4 POLICE COUBT Opens with Judge reading docket Warrant of arrest against Gee Simmons for laurbln am Miss Polkadot in poJicemanGeorjteand while the latter discusses the mat ter with Judge George enters Miss Polkadot put on stand and interrogated againstGeorJOthe Judge exasperating Miss Polkadot who becomes BO disorderly that she is led out by policeman Mr Simmons is given a 20 fine or imprisonment As profetejail George refuses to Policeman searches him end finds interesting pictures and letters She finds a mouse in his pocket and runs screaming a mouse a mouse Judge orders him to take mouse from his pocket He of tens it to her whereupon the court flees in terror wEE 5 CABINET MEETING A newspaper reporter secrets himself in bers of Cabinet enter and discuss affairs of state until President arrives Various reports are read President submits a cablegram from the King of England saying that unless the U S Government releases Englitlhsubject held in New Orleans will proceed to ejacalatesrheto war with the ladles cf America Sir I suggest that von send ills Majesty this answer Fiddlesticks Cabinet approves this timid President write cablegram As the messenger leaves with the cablegram the newspaper re is idigeevored are frightened and eject him from the hall After order is restored the Pretfcn discusses mutiny among the men of the army and navy A newspaper carrie is heard outside time war between Ihe United States and Englandl Time Cabinet isalarmed time boy enters and quickly sells his paper President Discovonni the fall of the United States under the administration of women the ladle weep and clamor for R man Governor McCrenryPJon is decided upon to ad- vIse with the Cabinet They are ad vised to surrender the ftoverasaeiit ti the men w it cannot earvive a month They all re dilyriMm Report of Mm AdmIral Vanderbilt is received ABI rei Mll1nt from her flagship MJ Ie Is frald top w DM them Seeraury of tIme Navy refWei to accept the tumwtioB M she nays alit i no losger Iaomo SCB closes bj the w1r C biw t rariRMinK followed b arrendt Cfarw to music ol Ok iMtsckTHe by 12 puirsMy iirll and 6 awsmg 1M itIiblgl rS tI d J M PJewls len Sale I have for sale four pairs of Peafowls at 5pfr pair Apply to J T Estill Estill Ky 28feb4w Fruk Kmtey a Ppular Old C U Key In Charge Mr Frank P Kenney a Bourbon county boy who attended Central University in 91 and 03 is the general representative and manager of the nurse department of the celebrated Kentucky Stock Farm published at Iexizigon Mr Kenuev was during Mr Tiptpu0 administration assistant TrottingHorsethe Louisville Driving and Fair Mao ciation went out of existence its secretary and treasurer In that capacity he- laVe the utmost satisfaction to the as iiociation and to the public Mr Ken younghorsemen acquamicamicoTime years held a leading among the trotting horse Journals of the rightly says the Lexington Herald There was no higher authority upon all trotting subjects It was emphatically a paper for breeders as well as for owners drivers and students of trotting literature With the thorough reorganization of the it should very soon again regain its former high position and although the new management has issued as yet but two numbers vast improvement is already discernible The greatest trotting horse centre in the world should bo represented by ns good a trotting horse paper as can be published and such wo learn it is the of the management to make The Stock Farm We have no doubt it will bo fully successful Adams Fistula Cure manufactur ed by J W Adams Co Paint Lick Ky A guaranteed cure for Fistula Poevill Sweenv Scratches Saddle Boils and Enlargements Greasy Heel Distemper etc Mrs KW Vjggs of Grafenbnrg Ky testifies that she hail tried many things for pcraches but nothing did arv cood until securing a box of Adams Fistula Salve For sale by Perry Thomas 21feb3m Lots of people go to the free lecture in the afternoon who do not go to time show at night Have you a cough A dose ol Cons semis Honey of Tar will relieve it Price 25 and 50 cents Perry Thomas lui A hitormiss policy usually has few striking features It is very hard to stand idly by and see our dear ones suffer while awaiting AbanyNfor a doctor to come and see his child then very sick with the croup Not finding the doctor in he left word for him to come at once on his retnrn He also bought a bottle of Chamberlains Cough Remedy which he hoped would give some relief until the doctor should arrive In a few hours he returned saying the doctor need not come as the child was much better The druggist Mr Otto Scbolz 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 the country For sale by Perry Ttromas 1m No matter what job it Is there is always somebody who wants it Yon can be cheerful and happy only when you are well If you feel out of sorts take Herbine it will brace you up Price 50 cents Perry Thomas 1m Some men need time locks on their imagination The results of an over indulgence in food or drink are promptly rectified without pain or discomfort by taking a few dodiis of Herbine Price 50 cents Perry Thomas 1m Mt Sterling is to have a 100000 water works plant BLOOD POIS01T CUBED BT 1313 B Bottlo Free to Suffers Deepseated obstinate cases the kind that have resisted doctors hot springs and patient medicine treatmentquickly yield to BBB Botanic Blood Balm thoroughly tested for 30 years Have you muctious patches in the mouth Sore throat Eruptions Eating sores unite pains Itching skin Swollen glands Stiff joints Copper colored spots Chancres Ulcration on the bodv Hair andeyebrows fall out Is the skin a mass of boils pimples and ulcers Then this specific will completely change the whole body into a clear condition free from eruptions and skin smooth with the glow of perfect health B BB djains poison out of the system so the symplons cannot retnrn At limo same time BBB builds up the broken down constitution find improves the digestion So sufferers may test BBB a trial bottle will be given away free of charge BBB for sale by druggists at Slper large bottle or 6 large bottles treatment 5 Complete directions with each bottle For trial bottle ad dross BLOOD BALM CO 438 Mitchell street Atlanta Ga Describe trouble and Free medical advice given 8 Kentucky wheat In many localities is above the average To allay pains subdue Inflammation hetl foul sores and ulcers the most sat isfactory results are obtained by using Bollards Snow Liniment Price 25 and 50 cents Perry Thomas 1m Look Out for counterfeit silver doU lars I feel an if I should fly to pieces How often those words are on a wom ans lips They express to the uttermost time nerve racked condition of time body which makes life a daily martyrdom If this condition hind come suddenly it would have been unbearable But thin transition was gradual A little more strain each day on the nerves A utile more drain each day of the vitality Any woman would be glad to be rid of a condition Every woman tries to be rid of it Thousands of such women liMe been cured by Dr Pierces treatment with his Favorite Prescrip tion when local doctors had entirely failed to cure- Favbrito Prescription contains no opium cocaine nr other narcotic- It frthe early garden that cafches the freeze A n DeFlnent editor of the Journal Doylestown 0 suflered for a number of years from rhenmaiisnxin his right shoulder and side He savshMy right arm at times was entirely useless I tried Chamberlains Pain Balm and was surprised to received relief almost immediately The Pain Balm line beioi a constant companion of mine evor since and it never fails For sale by Perry Thomas 1m The population of Louisville is 232 200 an increase 5522 over last year We havweaved many doctor bills since webijgan using Chamberlains Coaph Remedy In our home We keep a bottle op in all the time and when avjjr any ol my family or myself begun to catch cold we begin to use Coagli Remedy and as a result we never haveito away for a doctor ant Incur alargo doctor bill for Cham berlaias Cough Remedy never fails to cure certainly a medicine of great menitand wortbD S Mearkle General Merchant and Farmer Mattie Bedford cotjaty Pa For sale bv Perry rjhoma8 1m A fine i6in of lead ore has been found In Bc rbon county Tetter 8aHRbe m and EcNma Ti iatea ie itcWag aad smarting Inci dent to ttws gfeeatee is instantly allayed larolyiiijr Chamberlains Eye and Skiji Ohitiaemt Many very bad =aeca hatabesszTieaanet1ycnredby it If is qnally ejkt for itching sad a ifnYontej remedy for sore nipples chapped hi mfo cbflbWns host bites 36cte perboz asiobrothcsoreeyes9r raret wIuIi baneJN whesi in W ADC1tpti1aitks h J 1Ij a r i 0 TilE LADIES TAILORMADE SUIT DEPARTMENT AT THE BUsy BEE CASH STORE a a a If your with the and its 25 cents are at A Has been success far beyond expectation of proprietors They have therefore redoubled energies put in an entire lot of Suits and are showing at present the most complete line of Ladies Fine and Medium Priced Tailormade Suits placed anybody tylas nB Fits Gu rn1cd I See our 750 1000 and 1500 line of Ladies Tailormade Suits they ar6 beauties and worth in many instances double the price we ask 7E ARE ALSO SHOWING AN ELEGANT LINE FINE JAOE CTI1JJIN8It will be treat to any lady to see our assortment of Fine Lace Curtains They comprise all the new things Point De Callie Batenburgh Lace and inserting effects Irish Points etc Call and see our Curtains before buying we will save you m- oneyCARPETSHCARPETS You dont have to leave home to Fine Carpet We have the most complete line quettesBobyanywhereWelOc for good matting SHOEs AND SLIPPERSWe are showing line of Ladies Fine Shoes and Slippers that cant be surpassed by any large shoe and in order to introduce our line of shoes more thoroughly we are making some SPECIAL PRICES in this line Dont fail to look through our Shoe Department You will be surprised at the Fine Quality of our Ladies and Childrens Shoes and our prices will be an eyeopener to you cross will t+ + We are for The This up to be the most and most of all try one o t + + + H+ see at our soon we are for the Blue Grass Fence Co of Ky This is a wire of ten coil wire and oak slats to is the COIL like it has been sold in before WE IT UP for and also Goal Salt etc j 342 child is or peevish it IK no doubt worms Cream remove worms tonic effect restore its natural Price Perry Thomas in Great being made Lancaster for State G K en campment a the the their new ever on sale by 1250 for them OF buy a store CUT agents American Lady Corsetr Corset is given perfect fitter comfoitable Corsets Wire five the ever FOR YOU LIme Jfucli pain and is caused hy piles sparing neither Sjte and sex Tublers Buckeye Pile cures the most obstinate cases Price cts in bottles tubs 75 cents Perry Thomas 1m Some people of fair are so that they refuse to acquire sense t OUR i Wash are the the town You cant afford not to see OUR DEPARTMENT- isf chuck full of good for Men t and We can fit Our and quali t ties are all fitters If you to need a suit or pair of give us a trial Thanking you for past favors and hoping to you BUSY STORE respectfully W D OLDHAM COMPANY MTSTERLING AND GEORGETOWN FENCE Something New In Farm Fence Agents Lexington fence strands No9 rodrnis original patent WIRE andnone Madison county PUT Buckeye Binders Mowers Hayfeed Cement LETCHER WITT TELEPHONE troubled Vermifnge cheerfulness preparations ck uneasiness Ointment intelligence stubborn practical DRESS GOODSa- nd Pretty Fabrics talkof tthem CLOTHING things Boys Children anybody anyway prices styles expect pants BEE CASH very RICHMOND I PITT BURG IEASTOFFER SUPERIOR ADVANTAGES 10 SHIPPFRS a Yards have been enlarged and rearranged It is the nearest point to the Eastern Best Distributing Point East of MarketImore Washington Philadelphia New markets r Good buyers always in attendance for export cattle and all other kinds of stock- Consignments iL for Commission firms given prompt attention f 0 ply38S5Jf s SIMON ODONNELL General Mgr J I yyy t+ M lJ c 7 t 71 F 7I 7171 GRAND OPENINGtlL OR r tI SPRINGSUITIN6S r xWN v sn afc WE WILL HAVE AIT EXPERT CUTTER WITH A PULL LINE OF PIECE GOODS TO SHOW TOU FRIDAY AND 1TURBIY MflRGH 23 AND 24 + Arid take you measure aJ1dglUranieeyoua peifect fit or ito sale SuIts to our nteasur at from 1400up Over 3K patterns to select from atI+ = SFiE+ TIEE CIJTI i iiI 8 D TAIL+4 +++ ++++Ir0 n i r J t J i eIi 1 i r L j Jn The Richmond Climax J 0 CHENAULThProprietor- A D MILLER Business Manager C E WOODSmEdltor WEDNESDAY MARCH 21 1000 PUBLISH EVERY WKDNESDAY BY Th s Climax Printing Co PRICK PER YEAR 15O MURDER will out Mr Sheriff swear the next witness Wharton Golden IF Wharton Golden keeps bis health there will be no Republican convention hold in Kentucky this year VATT HABUIX defended John What len and John Young Brown is defend ing men who held pardons for a crime they never committed And there stands Golden TUB Louisville Post plionld change the line a Democratic newspaper at the head of its nditoral column and make it road a damerratic nuisance paper Tayloreville Courier THE meeting of the Republican Slate Central Committee will not be called as soon as it would ho if fewer of the loaders wore in the shallow of the gal lows READ this and lauf It is from the Louisville Commercial a very funny Republican organ After testifying before the grand jury Lieut Peek was not unwilling to talk to reporters and told of the part he tonk in the scenes enacted last Satur ninht lie sail that lie had been mIller unexpectedly placed in command of a detail of soldiers at Frankfort last Saturday night with orders to go to London Ky and take charge ot the armory there He had no other orders and when the detail WHS picked out he dill not know that rowers anti Davis were among them Ho took command of the detail at the executive building jnt before train time and left Frank fort at 735 p m Granting that Peek didnt know what he was doing will he tell who dues know Orrosixc the open ballot with all our mind and heart and soul it is a pleas ure to note every defense of the system that accords a man the privilege and protection of the secret ballot It is not cowardly to vote in secret else very member of the Masonic fraterni in America is a coward It is the- unhorsulmel hod of balloting in secret societies Whore on earth should the open ballot be more proper than in fraternal orders and yet it is not The secret ballot has its defects but we had better bear the ills we have than return to the greater which we know by experience The number of men dependent on powerful corporations for employment is great today and daily growing greater The very foundation of their political indepen dence is the secret ballot It may make of some of them liars and hypocrites but deprive them nit of it you sub stitute Plutocracy for Democracy In deed by means of the facilities and assurances afforded them under that system the large employers of men and of money could dictate our candidates to a certainty The Louisville Times sums it up in a nutshell Despite the spasmodic ef fort to rcpuwitnto itTho antiquated system of vice voco votinc a goodthe- bestIn its day is in Kentucky and every other Sttio in the Union as dead as African nlaverv As well at tempt to revivify tho mummyof Itiimeroe Ifor substitute prairie schoonflrs rill pilmr rare on the trans continental liiiHw transportation The fprpt ballot of Mi employee mid the dictation DI the employr are the anti dote unit ih IMMHII of thp poMtiroBo cial conditions of prew nt lay life WiLJjtHime friIl1 interested enough in the mutter explain to till editor of tie CLIMAX just why Judge Tarvln siouM o cun omne l for opposing the nuiuintition or election of Mr llarlw 6 n at Cotrington Was Mr Harbe Bou upright and worthy though he be the nominee of the Jemocr its of Kenton county Did tho rank and file nominato him Was there nu open Democratic freeforall contest for that nomination If there was then Judw far ln lid very wrong in opposing Mr Harbesous election If not then Judge Tarvin in our humble judgment manfully refused to lot a committee jam dqwn his throat a candidate whom a majority of the Democrats of Kenton county may not have had any voice in iiomiiiatiiiir A republic is a country where ople discuss things A despot lam is a country where they cannot An idiot aHViinn a place where they dont oven care to How was it in Kenton county We are asking for information James Pryor Tarvin is a Democrat 0or was until this nUair arose as good and true a Democrat as walks the soil of Kentucky a wise judge a fearless CF1BrovierCo11 LEXINGTQN KY YOURE HUGGING A LUIO INDULGING A DREAM CHASING A Hlt1BRA When you have your repair work done by incapable work men because they do it for a little less Out Work Shops Turn out the best work possi ble We make over old Furn iture repairing veneers re placing broken coverings scraping and refinishing in J thorough satisfactory man nerour workmen are ov perienced our prices are moderate Let us give you estimate 1J UOII Yo Jrices On Upholstery workOn Shades made to order the completelineOn replacing your broken Mirrors On mending Old recoveringOldRockers CI fHrnwerCoJ MAIN AND KY UT foe of wrong a man of brilliant Intel lect of dauntless personal ceurageand according to the bryan standard measurement with few equals and no superiors in Kentucky as a consistent persistent and effective advocate of every plank in the Chicago platform gentlemansire to be set right But Judge Tarvin fs accused of being ambitious Point to one public man in this state today of Judge Tarvins attainments who has not got a lightning rod tip and we will name half a dozen equally as ambitious bnt far less deserving who are his inferious in more ways than one We look these assaults upon some of thejrOductufjealou1lYand The Covington muddle In not in our bailiwick but Judge Tarvin served Democracy in this whole state and in this county when such service was valuable and common gratitude forbids us to join in illtreating one to whom the party owes something more than ridicule and abuse The time comes on apace when the voice of such men needed to preach Democracy in every county and state in this nation If Judge Tarvin does notpractic Democracye at home how can he preach it abroad Let his detractors answer GOV TAYLOR HAS LOST HIS HEAD SAYS A TAYLOR NEWSPAPER WHICH GOES BACKO1III- MPowerlulStatementot Facts ILonlsTille News March 121 The News has supported Governor Taylor in his fight against the attempt to rob him of lila office Without any partisan feeling in the matter it has been for him because it believed he was the victim of a couspiracy to which the Legislature the election commission and certain judges were parties He was the a majority of the voters of the State a majority so large that not even the corrupt manipulation of the Uoebel law could wipe it out Tho fact that he was a Republican did not make it less a crime to assail and plunder him He had the support of a united party and thousands of Demo crats who detested his politics were ready to aid and defend him ills posi tion was unassailable He was within his rights He was within the law lIe could safely leave violence to his opponents They might insult him prag him from the executive office and steal lila title but they could not take from him the respect of every honest prudentmaiutain his dignity restrain his pas sion and accept the injustice wrecked- upon him under the forms of law He would have lost his office which he has already lost but ht would have gained the sympathy of the people and he conld have appealed to them with full confidence of the result to pun ish tho revolutionists and to restore to him the governorship It waS In the hope that he would fol low this wise course that the News has been his defender It was a great op portunity for him personally It was n greater opportunity for the forcClof law and order to have won a substantial vie tory under his leadership It was a calamity no less to him individually than to his party and his State that he awayHisthe executive building after Goebel was shot preventing the officers from bunting assassin was a blunder criminal in its stupidity and giving his enemies occasion to charge that he was in sympathy with the murderers His adjournment of the Legislature to Lon don was another mistake His orders to the soldiers to arrest Democratic members of the general assembly should never have been issued Driv lug the Legislators through the streets of Frankfort at the point ol the bayo net was an outrage It alienated thous mull of Taylors supporters It showed that he was ready to use the strong arm of the military to gain an advantage It confirmed the accusation that he was an usurper who had no for the law or the courts Although the Dem ocrats were the real revolutionists Gov Taylor wrested the title from them and within an hour lied lost every advan tage that had been gained by months of peaceful contest SecrehnyofStutedefensible They are charged with being accessories to the murder of Senator Goebel Varrants of arrest were is sued for them They were secreted in the Statehouse and the officers of the law were refused admission by the sol diers At night an attempt was made to spirit them away They were dill guised and with the assistance of the militia reached Lexington before they were apprehended When arrested par duns signed by Gov Taylor were found upon them It is not possible to conceive of a more startling situation The GOver- nor of the State protecting alleged murderer from aoresl and granting immun maybeDavis and Culton are innocent and that they are the victims ofa political con Justifyhimthey are not guilty it would be Impossible to convict them outside of Frank lin county A change of venue could not be denied them They should stand trial and let the facts come put If the lives of innocent men are to be endan gered let the responsibility be upon this friends of Goebel They do not dare to perjuredtestimony Who are Gov Taylors advisers And what perverse fate has lured him from security to destruc- tionPERSONAL Mrs Stanton Hume is in Cincinnati Mr Will Denny of Point Leavel was hero Sunday Mas John D Goodloe has been visit ing in Lexington- Mr J Speed Smith Is at home from Louisville for a few days Miss Sara Shackelford has returned from a visit to Nashville Thos Burns of Cynthiana is the guest of his aunt Mrs T H Hart Capt James T Shackelford of Dan villospent Sunday with his family here Mr Ned Booker came up from Louisville and spent Sunday with friends here Prof J n Clark returned from a brief visit to Lexington on Monday night Mrs Edna Earl Lynn of Lancaster is visiting Mrs J 8 Boggs on Third street Mr Lee Davis spent Sunday with a married sister Mrs Sharp inFayette county 8itinJlherchesterThoDLEfraternity gave adane at their handsome hall on Tuesday evening RarlOdburgPhi dance sonDouglass Mrs W T Tevis of Kirksville was thefirstCityvisitedthis city laatweek MayBallardlit court house tom XTowaljht MrB S ColwanUsited State Rev fromRlcillnolld Claypolemen at the court house kWMf ro w Htbt kedhba nJbXr MH Mk WHr JIeiriJll Wt di MoBday for Frankfort Mr Cbeeaalt has been appoiated lowraHee Coffimie loner at 3000 per year The Phi Delta Theta fraternity gave a perfectly delightful tall at Temple on Friday Jiiglit A banquet in their hall preceded tile lance Mr James T Shackelford Jr is spending two weeks at home Ho left Mr John Shackelford iu good health at Montgomery Alabama Miss Lena Stivers as Mrs Braggart and Miss Mary Tayloraa Mrs tree willteach you how to manage husbands at tho court house tomorrow nightAny ladies who have ungovernable husbands and naughty children should attend the home talent show tomor row night at the court house Admis slon 35 cents Miss Ethel Wattaof Athens Ky entertained her friends very pleasantly Thursday evening at masquerade party After masks were taken off there was music dancing and games The occasion was a most enjoyable one Lexington Herald Mrs Dabney Crenshawof Richmond Va here with her moth er Mrs Mary J Clay left Saturday for her home Mrs Clays condition being so much improved she must return to her children whom she left with relatives Lexington Gazette Mr Frances W H Clay of Cincin nati was here last week visiting friends and made the CLIMAX a pleasant call Klewhere we note his locating in Cin nati to practice patent law Mr Clay although only about 29 years of age is one of the heroes of Chi omaugat a conflict that was waged at Estill Springs in the summer of 18S9 and which the young folks of that day and generation will recall The Prandennial Club will not meet Fri day but on Thursday at Dr Dunns office supper at Joes at 7 p m Subject Porto Rican Tariff Class Dr Smith Gov McCreary Messrs Turley Moberley and Clark The next meeting will bo held with Prof Sanderson tibias Drs Foe ter and Dunn Hon R H Crooks and Profs Sanderson and Paxton Subject Universal Education and Its Effect MankindMrs White left on Monday for Louisville where she and Dr White will reside permanently It is a source of profound regret our community loses this elegant coupleDr White the skilled druggist genial cultured gentleman Mrs White the accom pushed musician church worker and social favorite The bOat wishes of a host of friends follow them to their now home Mr J Jennings Greenleaf writes to the CLIMAX from Charlottesville Va whore he is studying law at the University that he read with pleasure our rambling notes on an Eastern trip hut that we failed to give enough space to the University The article was abridged for want of space Jennings met Capt Micajah Woods at a banquet given by one oRbs young lawyers there Capt Woods is closely related to sev eral prominent families in Kentucky among them the Burnams RodesGood loes and Walkers and he will come to Louisville in June to the Confederate Reunion and may bring his wife and daughter to Richmond The Century Club met on Thursday night Prof C G Crooke at the lattcrs cozy homo on Greenleaf avenue The mystic and mischievous 13 was broken by the timely arrive of a belated guest and yet there were one or two vacant chairs The hostess had prepared one of those bountiful suppers that have always distinguished the club as an epicurean as well as an Intellectual assembly Mrs Crooke in troduced several new dishes all prepared and served in faultless style The supper lasted over an honrand was a pronounced success An hour was spent in the smoking room np stairs before the club settled down to busi ness Mr Waller Bennett read a strong on the subject of the even- inlZJohn Brown closing with a hurst of poetry tbat he blushingly confessed was not up to his usual standard The hero ot OssaVattomie and the martyr of Harpers Ferry was raked up one side and down the other by the critics of the clnband the consensus of opinion seemed to be that John was given his justdues when he was hung and that his memory has been fittingly em balmed in the old song Hang John Brown on a Sour Apple Tree The meeting was very enjoyable from both a gastronomic and intellectual point ol view RELIGIOUS BaptistMarch 25 at 11 oclock There is a great revival going on at the Christian church the pastor being assisted by Elder Garrlspn Large crowds are in attendance How They Charge for Smallpox In the East Smallpox comes high enough in the South but the way they do charge for the luxury up North Is set forth in this item from Lawrence Mass Dr OConner who attended Frank H Brown the smallpox patient at the formers home Haverhill street pro sented a bill to the Board of Health which figuratively speaking took the members breath away His charges amount to 1015330 For injury to practice he charges 1500 for medical services SQOO board SIOS board of nurse 150 special cooking 1C8 bed- dIng and furniture destroyed 56 60 and loss ot income 600 Besides sever al oiher charges of various amounts he wants 7500 for the use of his house in which Brown was quartered He al leges that the house was illegally seized The Board of Health met and refused consider the bill on the ground that it was exorbitant and beyond the bounds of reason A Telephone in Church theIhadnlttelepboneain to the services of song and preaching in this novel manner That this is not without precedent wo quote from the saturdayCOLUMBUS H H BaptistChurchpense his sermons to those who are un able to attend services at the church by telephone The church has beer wired by a telephone companyand as soon as the lines are in operation Dr Barb ur will cause a big transmitter to be hunlion the front of the gallery asmany private lines as are connected with it Dr Barbour explained that in this way themembers of church can stay at home and hear all the services including the singing prayers and sermon Richmond Nero Implicated In the Con Sfkacy Two negroes on whom suspicion is fastening are Tallow Dick of and his partner Mason Hockersmith of Richmond Hockersmilh and Combsit is learned were taken to Frankfort shortly before Goebel was killed and left soon after the 888a1ainKlion says yesterdayt Con theyveresaloon near tire corner of Broadway and Lewis streets where Mr Goebel en route to and from the State house After the killing these men rtever left the Statehouse grounds until they disappeared entirely The evidence against them is said to be strong The attorneys argue that alter evi dence ot the conspiracy Is proved at tention will be somewhat distracted from the toots used to commit the deed and that they would ivotjbe molested and will be allowed to appear In court When Auditors Clerk W II Culton WM searched at the Louteville jail time receIptsfotindJan 30 Recd of John Perkins f for board for Mr Hockftrsfflkh Mason and Combs Tand Sh e wdlB- ETTDS PITTMAN JaaSt KeedfW fromMr Hooker for board Balance this f2- EDWARD PITTMAN- JohnPerki 6 w negro porter who el aae up tins offl ee ot Adjt Gen Ccl- c Ww di cwMi tIIftiloek rl- ith a ebooa- dhaea o l 1 I AmUior PMwtar Lady Conlorf Settled The most popular young lady in Rich prettc ty au ter of Mr J W Prather Thi distinc tion among her sex was determined by a novel and exciting contest lastweektThe Richmond Band desirous Ing its exchequer otrored to present a fine mandolin to the most popular young lady in this city to be determined by ballots cast at time small price of one cent each Four onng were persuaded to Immolite popnlarfavortette leaped forward at a merry dip the pennies raining down upon their devoted heads For a week the race continued first one then the other would take the lead and so the contest waxed warm The young ladies them selves like the American politician who allows his name to go before the people did not rely wholly upon their respective constituents to do all theIhustling but rolled up their filrurativel speaking and went among keptthelrClfencesarrived for the election there were four young souls with but a single thought four hearts tbat beat itsfour hundred The crowd assembled at Masonic Temple on Friday evening for tilt great event Time bluecoated boys of the band were there with their cheeks all bulged out from blowing their brass instruments A fine supper was served and hundreds partook of time good things provided by kind friends of the band During the concert and supper idleTheythe crowd buttonholing the dear people and raking in the hardearned pennies of their friends At 930 the supper tables were cleared the bass drum grunted and silence brooded over the scene Prof Clark said balloting must now cease and the fonr candidates should be present at tho count Accordingly the ballots wore all taken to Mr Elmer Deatherages store and in the presence of the contestants and others the ballots and money were counted In a few minutes tho committee returned to the hall and some more silence brooded over the scene until the name of the winner was announced The total ballots sold were 7765 of which Miss Prather had sold 27CO and her popularity and title to the mandolin were established by a clear majority of The net proceeds of tho contest and supper amounting to about 100 were turned into the treasury of the band and not the least pleased of the many delighted persons was the accomplished and Adonislike bandmaster Prof Robert Mitchell The Best Item in This Paper Below is published the best item in the CLIMAX today The reader will be entertained and instructed by its per neal and the public that great pul sing mass which gets so much sympathy and so little symphony will be especially delighted for the few minutes perusalWe the author is MargaretMotheror the statement that if this reporters musical talent even approaches her lit erary style she is blessed with two of time greatest accomplishments on earth Time Cecilian Club its work and worth its duties and delights are here so charmingly narrated that we crowd out other items to give this space For tin Climax goodsAIf thou art bring thy soul And interchange with mine The Cecilian Club is deeply indebted lendingitmusical notes and ideas I dont know about the public but at least the members of this Club have read and appre cirtedsome of the articles contributed We had such a delightful and in WednesdayMalchm W Pickets It was the date of the annual business meeting of the year the principle event being the election of officers for tbe ensuing year The officers were reelected viz W Pickets President Mrs sameI Middelton VicePresident vey Chenault Secretary and TreasurerII The Reporter will be meeting The Program Committee RohertBurnamPickels and Mrs Chenault were much complimented on their efficiency as veryinterestingstandard I predict for the year 1000 1901 a brilliant future for these ladies already armed with a little brief an wondersThisfor a month owing to the extreme ill ness of Miss Geneva Moberly her mother hail been II beloved and valued member of this Club for many years the meeting set for February 25 was postponed After all business had been transacted a delightful program was rendered This Club is fortunate in having two violinists as members JuliaHigginsher bearers with a beautiful splection afIwas Paganini Man and Musician brihtlnlmtnIstructive to her hearers Mrs White and Mm Akers gave the II movement whichisand Mrs J V Logan the III move ment from the same Symphony We saysTheby novelty On the contrary it strikes us more the more familiar we are with it rrepared RuthIby Mrs Neale Bennett The Club is always charmed to have visitors es pecially when the programs are Interesting At this writing Miss Sue Mc aboutherG Barbour took up Mrs McClintocks subject Paganini and delighted ns hopetoserving delicious refreshments the Club adjourned to hold its next meeting with Mrs Neale Bennett The motto we baye adopt ed lor the front of our pro gram is Not what we give but what we share the gift without the giver is bareLowell Sol some reader of the CLIMAX will be pleased to know a little about what tile Club nf Richmond Is accomplishing And so without more circumstance at alt I hold it fit that We shake hands and part Wharton Gelden Wlw CMfessed ts Knew Who Platted to Kill Gwtwl Visits Rlefeinead For one hour on Monday Richmond had for a guest the most conspicuous KentuckySevile the young Republican who it is rumored has turned tat evidence and has revealed to the attorneys prosecuting the Goebel murder case the plot that succeeded inputting put the Jeasocrsticleader But few persons knew of Goldens presence here but be left those about him in no doubt of his identity aa Cal Dan Dougherty can testify Golden cveninltalterwhich appeared exclusively in Mondays He was en route to Iterbourvjlle his get his wife and return tO the Blue Grass This was his anderstandingwitlflhe Demo crate to he his startling confession But the latter could not wait to break the great news to the world and before Golden left Winches ter Monday at noon the news was on the wires everywhere Even Barbour villa heard of hk confession and but far being delayed all jilghtat Winches ter by a beiaiBorhafje of the lungsGold veryheart8qllCaledonAndwoukihave bMQ It is not too SJlWh to My that t1M man who hw turned his bAck on his p rty in its hour of dIstress poeib1y BUtfttbralutebM tfaww lu had bUW d The ieasorbe paved hm lilt aDeawer3r tij the an i =j th the f tile witness stand While here Golden talked frcer and 1ionjedo1srin i cbaueicd liismindvhen aarisij man toW I him to remember that fiGoebol tofWMtpot afraid b t was just- tbelllttne This caused Golden to alter his plans and he retraced lila taking the next train to LxingtonS- ome say he went to Georgetown AVIIO GOLDEN 18 Wharton Golden is a son ofex Snags Golden of Kuoi county a prominent Baptist preacher He has two brothers Cxpt B B the wellknown attorney who was wounded in the ColsohScbtt shoot ing at Frankfort just before Goe hel was killed another a hotel keeper at Harbourville X5olden is a young attorney and lives at Itarbonrvillo where he the office of Examiner fr Circuit Court He is an uncompromising Republican and took a lively interest in the November election and since then ho has loaned all his efforts to the retention of the Republicans in office He came to Frankfort at the mango ration of Taylor as Governor and was during the sitting of the Eke tion Commissioners in December Onthe morning Goebel was shot ho- left Frankfort in company with Caleb Powers and Walter Day lor Louisville He took up fits duties as Ser eallt with the Barbonrville company and was sent to London Ky to make ready for the soldiers luring the session of the Legislature during time second week in February On the adjournment of that session te returned to Frankfort and was promised the place of Assistant Adjutant General If the above three paragraphs are lies charge it to Mondays Louisville PostEd GUMAX TilE NEWS AT BARBOOKVIL- LEWhenthe report passed over the wires that Golden had made a confes sion and turned States evidence in the Goebel murder case crowds of people were seen on every corner discussing the matter The Republicans and those most intimate with Golden think the report is false They do not think him personally connected with the con spiracy indeed there was a con splracy He has many friends here and has always borne a good reputa tion His friends say it is more than that he was connected in no consequentlyknows would benefit him or bring the guilty or parties to justice He is a brother of Capt B B Golden Who was accidentally shot in the ColsonScott duel at Frankfort and was a guard at the penitentiary during exGov Brad leys administration At present bois acting as assistant hospital steward in the Second Kentucky regiment now at FrankfortRichmond has now been visited by two of the most noted some say no torious men in Kentucky Senator Harrel who saved Goebel from defeat and Sergeant Golden who may be the means of bringing the real assassins to the gallows No Republican we suppose will object to this although we would be in Goldens shoes these cold clammy day- sPAINT LICK Dr C Edwin Poynlz is in Winches ter and Mt Sterling this week Mr Jas Rocker made a business trip to Cincinnati last week Miss Mary Burnside of Lancaster visited friends here lost week Miss Lula McClure of Crab Orchard is visiting Mrs Robert Arnold Our genial friend Mr Fred Nantz is sojouri ing in Indiana for a little visit Miss Mattie McCormack is the guest of her aunt Mrs Lizzie Henderson in Richmond Mrs Mary J McCiintock of your city is visitidg Mr and Mrs VAAnderson Miss Martha Nantz was married last week to Mr Boca at the residence of Rev Crawford Iter S W Reid returned to Louisville Friday aftersnendingseveral days with Rev 1 I Echols Rev Mr Crouch of Stanford preached at the Baptist church Mt Tabor on Sunday Roy Harris at Wale nutta Mr and Mrs Woods Walker are re joicing over time arrival of a sweet little girl who has come to make her home in their happy family circle Miss May Taylor an attractive little beauty from Richmond is in our midst this week SIre will begin a select school at High Point Monday 26th Died on Friday lath near Point Leavell of diplheria Eiveree Burn side second danghter of Mr and Mrs yearsPossessedally sweet and winning face and amia jeneralfavoriteboth in her homo and by a host of friends Our go out to the heartbroken family Mr and Mrs Hen Slavin Mrs Nannie Jones from Danville Mr Jeptha Chenault and sister from Richmond and Miss Florence Burnside from Washington D C at tended the funeral which took place at Old Paint Lick Sunday 18ih conduc ted by Rev A W Crawford There is more Catarrh in this section of the country than all other disease put together and until the last few years was supposed to bo incurable For a great many years doctors pronounced it a local disease and prescribed local remedies and by constantly failing to cure with local the treatment pronounced it incurable Science has proven catarrh to be a con stitution rdisense and therefore requires constitutional treatment Halls Cure manufactured by F J Cheney di Co Toledo Ohio is the only constitutional treatment on the market It is taken internally in rhodes from 10 drops to a teaspoonful it acts directly on tIme and mucous sur faces of the system They offer 100 for any case it Tails to cure Sooth for circulars and testimonials Address F J CHENEv CO Tolodo O Sold by all drutrgistR 75 cents Halls Family Pills are the best Ira MIXED PAINTS We manufacture for every purpose of Interior and Exterior patbting in all the different colors and shades of colors m tde by the same formula with th necessary improvements as more than 80 years actual practical experience has suggested We guarantee therE are none on the market superior atan price We know timers arij other good paints OH the market and then we known that there are some third and fourth grade ftiixed paints with flashy Ited White and Blue Jalels that arE offered aa firstclass goods Now ill order to protect yourself against Imposition scantlnize this Jab4 lwel1and the ilsrantee if there be any then saIl the dealer to show you the manufacturers catalogue to show whether be a first second third fourth 01 loworgrade It seems to be a custom pi manufac turers of Cheap Paints tti label the packagesWllh a highly cplored am attractive label Somecosli as Iowa 40 cents per galon kind sold at retail IrO lbO to 125 per gallon A good Mixed Paint cannot btf jiroduced M less than 125 per gallon Respectfully Submitted GEQ M WILLGING Wallpapers Window Shade Pic itwr Yrames i Paints QiteilVaruiriMc Beiaehai Ae Stock jilw hi- sPrshWaynIhiiloWet onVtmIe Ia itlCl LJI1 J Q i it I J1k THE SECRET of many a womans 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will be pleased to show you our line of Calicoes Ginghams Scotch Lawns Dimities Percales Silk Ginghams and other dress goods in theMlatest styles and shades You will find the prices right too Swiss and F Embroideries from 3 to 40c per yard IftL All over Embroideries 49c up Ribbon =Taffetas in all colorsplain and tv corded finish 20 to 45c per yard Ladies Black Ribbed Hose worth 20c a pair 2 pair for 25c Lace striped hose at 25c A fast black lisle hose at 45e worth GOc Ladies skirts mercerized sateen 99c Ladies silkatine skirts with deep flounce corded raffle all colors 49 79 and DOe great values at thoseV prices Infants Caps 9c Infants embroidered silk caps 25c Clarks Thread 4c per spooL TOBACCO CANVAS 2c PER YARD Watch for our future announcements R EEL71 0 761 t A i Y- I 7I 7rM hi 1 7 DEATHSI died on Sunday at his home near Urookstown of a complication of diet eases having suffered lately rom heart failure He leaves a wife his third and a number of children among whom are Mr Bud Shearer of House Air Caleb M Shearer of this city Rev J W Harding came over oni Monday eveninge train to conduct tho funeral services yesterday OUffNSWARE AT COST +4+ +++++++++++ I4+++++++ ++++ +++ Having decided to quit the Queensware i Business we offer our entire stockat Cost for Spot Cash We wish to utilize the space now occupied by Queens ware for another line of merchandise Come and examine our stock and get prices Now is your time to refit your China Closets at a LOW PRICE Our stock of GROCERIES will be kept up to the stanc ard and we solicit your patronage guaranteeing at all times to give you good goods at reasonable prices Goods exchanged for Country Produce Higgins e Ellis tSiicuse Chilled PAfiI3FAUIfENCE t ht JContinental Disc Harrows + Hamilton Corn Planters t Malta Corn Cultivators a12i New Departure Corn Cultivator McColm Soil Pulverizer j 1 Malta Double Shovel Plowsa11tChampion Binders iti r = Horse Collars Pads Traces Back h1i bands Bridles Hames Plow J lines Wood and Steel Double Trees Hoes Mattock Build ers Supplies The above we respectfully submit to your nreful consideration d11wher in the market at Living Prides iIGIFE TEJ5 BOYS A OUANOE ci DOUGLAS tSlM MON Q weHUPWAZE 8TOYES TIXWARE I aacblly w = o u a 4 t i rC J II t SPECIAL NOTICLTHnD iKtCT5 JpjLcgnoca 33JIv OPENING the Summer Fashions by THE GLOBED TAILORING CO The Famous Cincinnati Tailors Bright ideas in shaping style end finish make OUR garments markedly different from the usual Full tine on display with an EXPERT to take your measurc at THIS DISPLAY WILL BE GIVEN AT THE STORE OF Js g1TOUPER Th Tailor and lDtMer Friday and Saturday March 23 and 24 r3c s STOCK TAKIWk iS NOWOVER U =And it revealed the fact that we have a InImberftQtt of remnants which will be sold at former price Our REMNANT COUNTillR V is full of short lengths and at prices that j will open your eyes V We have bought 200 pairs of Drummers Sam J pIe Shoes which we have put on sale at SOc t1 We put on sale 250 pairs of Ladies Wool Rose worth 25 and 30c at lOc Ladles Fine Cashmere Hose worth 50c Lt 39e Ladies Fine Cashmere Hose worth 40c at V Ladies Fine Fleeced Line Hose worth 50c at39cpi f Ladies Fleeced Line Hose worth 40c at 25c Af75 pairs of Infants Wool Hose wortl 10 and lJc at 5c V 100 pairs of Mens and Boys Wool Hose Aorth 25c at 15c 1 J E1i1 Drm GQQ dS RCaUCBa There are several sorts of critics Those who pick flaws in everything Destroy be cause they cannot build Those who look through biased glasses and those who base conclusions on ascertained facts Critics who deal in facts say Elders Dress Goods are the best richest selection offered Close 4 fashions dictate arni invariably selling at prices less than most stores charge for goods of same quality 2 50 Silk and Wool Crepons at SI 25 2 00 Silk and Wool Crepons atl 00 SI 50 Silk and Wool Crepons at 75c 1 00 Silk and Wool Crepons at GOc 75c Silk and Wool Crepons at 45c 3 Our line VI Back Dress Goods tO iJ 29 O J 45 rf 50 65 75c and 1 cannot be equalled in values and matchless prices Linings 5 to 35c per yd Rugs Carpets Mattings and Floor Oil Cloths Bug Carpet Matting and Floor OH Cloth selling is getting to be a more niethodeTherelentless sell 08 straggling lots to admit fall lines Come and inspect our stock Prices will please yon Look at what ire have i In our DRESS GOOnS TRIMMINGS COUIETSTHISe everything need and on Paper Patterns wecan save roa CramS to 23 cents on single patters sad the Best in the market at that Samples cheerfully sent on application 3- e amiduJJ4 NorJslde Our Bent Coreet25c BatariBAZLR PATTERXcomplete stock Can we not Interest you Magailnpt ThisT t3 McCallCompany aHj hereOwr India Un Rrf9 MCI1Oideiwe will BII one YaeMo Sheets to any address Wishing our new friends ypW as rtt1d15uds a hpf Ef y and prosperous New Year and thinking then wRecpectfsllj Submitted to Cash Trade 13 V ELBEL 7J q or J Iiff j yv l t It Is Not r THE MATERIAL ALI GETHER THAT MAtES OU- RSuits T- Ike Best We use good material but anybody can buy good material It is the fit and lGnQi Vkhi- As well as the good material which make our garments so eminently satisfactory HSSTODT flj SlwrillanJCuttor One Door East of W D Old ham on Main Street ltIr YeryNew ae IS OUR LiNE OF I9ftO WALL PAPER recentIlyadded us Mr W L LEEDS whose reputation as an Interior Decorator is well established and in every instance guaran tee work done by him We also carry a complete line 0of the very freshest and purest drugs druggist sundries toilet articles and stationery Please call and examine our stock before purchasingelse where as we pleasure in showing you our goods whether you buy or not Respt PERRY THOMAS a 213 Mala Street Richmond Ky PHONE NO 75 Janl7ly Your 6am=== Our Loss THATS WHAT OUR GR- ANDCLEARANCE SALEOF BOOTS AND SHOES JIEL Every one knows that all kind of leather goods are ad vaneingafll will continue to advance But in the face of the advance we are knocking the price down We are of fering goods at a less price than we could pqssibly replace them today We must have more room for our Large Spring Stock that has already begun to arrive SO DOWN THEY GO Regular Price Reduced To Mens Boots New Stock S3 002 00 Mens Boots New Stock 2 00 1 50 Mens Bootees Very Fine 5 00 4 00 Mens Bootees Very Fine 4 00 3 00 Ladies Fine Shoes 3 00 2 0O Ladles Fine Shoes BeautIesOJ 00 1DO 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 TTVrIjLtY1PS A WILSON P II M PIIES C M KENNEDY P M II SECY RICHMOND SOHOOL AND INFIRMARY OF NIAGNECTIC 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 medicineCome and see us Consultation free We also give absent treatment Terms reasonable Ollice and treating rooms 1 2 3 and 4 GARNETS HOUSE opposite court house Richmond Ky Branch officeNewby Ky Address all correspondence to C M KENNEDY Secy KENTUCKY CARRIAGE WORKS JOHN DONELSON PROPRIETOR UTc say it we mean ii we can prove itOur Vehicles th BEST our PRICES the LOWEST HIGHGRADE CARRIAGES IJ CULTIVATE8 ii 11J A habit of economy but not stinginess in the BiI LI1 buying of your FARM SUPPLES You know JIi 3 that below a certain price it is tmpossible to 111m l3 ffl manufacture good farm implements or machin f i i cry or good HARDWARE of any kind0Theiv III g why try to use such INFERIOR STUFF 1 Repairs gji are constantly necessary and the old machine i gives out before it made a return of fifty per cent on your outlay We guaranteeill VULCAN REPAIRS to COST LESS any LIother plow repairs While we refuse to handle quality of goods our prices will bear com talow n wtan hbuse reputed to be yery cheap I TAYLOR BROS fH ThEAMERCANIRLI JesMmioe Joara lJ The American girl baa no parallel among her sisters of other countries She is a fine illustration of tho disputed assertion that woman may complete with man in general pursuits without losing her femininity and womanly charm Largo liberty has been granted the American girl and the liberty has not boon abused She has been emanci paed or rather has emancipated her self to good purpose American pro gressiveness forced the American girl out of womans traditional limits The new sphere in which sho found herself robbed her of those native graces which the unprogressive lament the loss of but it was full time that women came to see they had some more im portant mission here thanasmereorna raente under the old circumstances women might seduce tho admiration of men but tho nsw regime as in America where they command that admiration is far healthier The weakness ortimMitv goes openly and composedly about all lawful business has thereby lost none of the essentials of true womanhood and has gained much f for she is a strictly and whole sale moral product and because of her strength is not seldom Fneered at by a class who desire women to remain the charming weak things that are glad to be toyed with a mans moments of r taxation Spains Grratrst Need Mr B P Olivia of Barcelona Spain spends his winters at AlkeiiSC Weak nerves had caused severe pains in the back of his head On using Electric Bitters Americas greatest Blood and Nerve Remedy all pain soon left him He says this grand medicine is what his country needs All America knows that it cures liver and kidney trouble purifies the blood tones up the atom acb strengthens the nerves puts vim vigor and new life into every mncle nerve and organ of the body If weak tired or ailing you need it Every bottle guaranteed only 50 cents Sold by Perry Thomas Druggist 1 This journal although more particu Zany devoted to all that interests nance commerce and manufacturing is nevertheless always awake to the need and wants of its readers let the subject be what it may We were asked to investigate and re pbrt upon the merits of the various ca tarrh remedies on the market The pro duction of preparations of injurious composition can not unfortunately be stopped or restricted at present or until our State Legislatures can be Induced to pass such suitable and strin gent laws as will effectually prevent their appearance onthe market In the mean time the people must lookout for themselves In this matter we have made a most careful and painstaking investigation realizing the confidencethat would be placed in our reply Our medical staff employed to make such investigations were most favorably impressed with the preparation known as Halts Catarrh Cure manufactured by F J Cheney Co1 of Toledo Ohio and agreed that this peerless remedy deserves our highest endorsement Many ot the catarrh remedies on tie market contain mercury which des troys the sense of smell and deranges the whole system when entering through the mucous surface From analysis we found that Halls catarrh cure contains no mercury It is taken internally acting directly upon the ilooil and mucous surfaces of the system We have no interests whatever in this matter beyond faithfully serving our readers and as our endorsement is extended without reward of any kind and is wholly unsolicited by this com pany and will be received with the full credence that all our statements have met with for the pasteighteen years Southern Review of CommerceI Tuat Throbbing Headache Whould quickly leave you if you used Dr Kings New Life Pills Thous ands of sufferers have proved their matchless merit for Sick and Nervous Headaches They made pure blood and strong nerves and bnildlip your health Easy to take Try them Ouly 25 cents i Money hack if not cured Sold by Perry Thomap Druggist 1 PAINT LICK Mr Bolton Kilgore of Louisville spent Sunday in town Miss Bet tie Frances returned last week from a visit to Danville Miss Jessie Haley of Cynthiana and Miss Denton arc visiting Mrs W S Fish Misses Margaret Harrell and Jennie W Parkes left Monday to spend the week in RichmoQd Miss Jane Feland was the very pleasant guest of the Misses Lnkey and Miss Francis during the past few days Miss Margaret P Wilmore accom panled by Mr Russell a student of C U spent Saturday with the Misses Parkesa J Rev S W Reid of Louisville is spending the week with his frierd Rev L P Echols He preachedat New Hope Tuesday afternoon also at 1 19BC I I- iBegg MEETS l THE APPROVAL O- FGENERATIONSI IA Tnie- I c TEMPERANCE I EDCIEtX1Nr1JfWlO Ni IIOi ii ANY a dutiful daughter pays in pain for hermbthers M Ignorance or perhaps neglect =The mother suffered and she thinks her daughter must suffer also This is trite only to a limited extent No excessive pain is healthy Every mother should inform her self for her own sake and especially INDULGENTMOTHERS ayoung girls beauty is wasted by unnecessary pain time of menstruation many indulgent mothers with mistaken kindness permit their daughters to grow about health Miss CARRIE M LAMB Big Beaver Mich writes DEAR MRS PINKHAH year I suffered from rrpCIt111r menstruation yi ooc iO lencorrhcea My appetite was variable stomach sour bowels were not regular was subject to pains colicduringmcnstruation I wrote began take Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound used two packages of Sanative Wash Youcant imagine my relief My courses are natural and health improved MRS NANNIE ADKINS La Due Mo writes DEAR MRS PINKHAM I feel it my duty to tell you of the good your Vegetable Compound has 0done my daughter suffered untold agony at time of menstruation be fore takineyourmedicine J Mrs and careless profuse and and and like you and and general She but the Compound has F relieved the pain given a better color and feels stronger and has improved every way I am very grateful to you for the benefit she has received It a great medicine for young girls night Mr Reid is an excellent young minister and an interesting speaker Miss SamervilleDawson leaves today for her home in Virginia Miss Daw son has been the private teacher of the Misses Lear during the past year and has made numerous friends in our community who loath to give her up She is a bright talented young woman and a valuable addition to social circles The C L S C continues with weekly meetitg and active interest The new studjYIJirds Through an Opera Glass promises to be one of delightful re search The main feature tho last meeting was a paper from the facile pen of Miss Fanny B Parkes A Short Sketch of Mme Recamier andMme De Stael which was read with animation and ease to the delight of the circle The next meeting will be heldwith Miss Fannie L Wallace Some pretty girls are so vain that people refuse to admit their good looks A GEORGIA CONVICT The night before his execution a Georeie convict wrote the following letter to a friend Dear Jim I send you five tickets to my harigin I want you to fetch AH the family Every thing be pleasant westher per tnittin They have painted the scaf fold my favorite colorwhich is bright red like the dress Mollie Spilkins wore when I took her to Zeke Hanfords partyan Im to swing the middle of green lawn sprinkled with daises Ill ask the sheriff to provide seats for you and yourn I want you to hear my speech which if I do say it myself is as good a piece word paintin as ever I done So be sure an COin Jim an bring all the family a for the sake of her daughter Write to Pinklmm Lynn Mass for her advice about all matters concerning the ills of the feminine organs Many at physical A ago to her she is are of will in of at for cut Button 5 lou heeds cutlrom Lion and a 2cent Made aM with motherofpearl alike for ladles and gentle b handy and oOpular 4 is actual tlze Color a delicate pink with jewel setting and gold Best enamel finIsh stylish and durable The Lions tt tIJmI1lIl I An fine picture from the brush of the noted German artist Gabriel Max It Js founded on poem The Lioat Bride The story interesting and we send with each picture a hand some older containing of poem and telling about it SIze 15x26 Inches Dorothy and Her Friends QUARANTINE AGAINST CATTLE Gov Stanley of Kansas las issued a proclamation which practically ex cludes dairy cattle from being exported into that State thus hoping to prevent tuberculosis Kentucky is included in the list of States Write Murdock Cure Co Ga enclosing 2c stamp for free sample of Murdock Cure or Hylers Dyspepsia They propose to cure every case of Dyspepsia noylyt Gen Low Wallace has gone and got mad with tim of that Porto Uican tariff bill and thinks a man like Olney at the lead of the Democratic ticket would sweep the country If Olney would sweep the countay Bryan would not only sweep but rake up tho bones ML Sterling Advocate To secure tho original Witch Hazel Salve ask for De Witts Witch Hazel Salvo wellknown as a certain cure for piles and skin diseases Beware of worthless counterfeits They arc dan gerous Perry The liberal subscriptions of the oil sugar and trusts to the next Republican presidential campaign fund wilt help President McKinley to recon dIe his concience to a violation of pre vious declarations made by him and to a connivance at a violation of the Con stitution of the United States I used Kodol DypopsiaCure in my family with wonderful results It gives immediate relief isplcaasant to tiikl and is truelv the dyspeptics best friend says E Hartgeriuk Overisel Mich Digests what you eat Cannot fail to cure Perry Used in Millions of Homes Accept no substitute 47 Insiston LION COFFEE in lIb pkgs 11 e uTheseexchange lion heads from front ofx lb ION COFFEEpkgs iICold Collar Expre brrIForl8llonheadaand Illustration twothirds trimmings I pride I fromUcn I unusually Chnmlstoa Atlanta Catarrh Tablets Catarrh administration because Thomas tobacco Thomas A bright picture head aM a 3c stamp clcttnlcture Ingallttlepirlpln tog her chIck ens and her The predcualBatlnK colors are rich reds and Size Jlxainchcs For 19 lion heaiU and 1enslaml liedready Stylish BeltBuckle Handsomely goldplated with Roman r finish and set ruby jewelin will be welcomed occasions liy the ladles who like to wear different colored sashes The gnldflnishgncs well with any of them liven 20 lIon beads aMa 2cent stamp Apron Made of good quality lawn alternate revering and tucks broad at bottom and neatly gathcnri at waist a vary superiorand article Size sex inches OlvCQ for 20 lice beads and 2cent Fruit Picture UCUhepdwd 50Foot Ctothes Line 5Hena2cenitanqi eloeelbr3ld4d threads and will frfve the best cd- ItIsacUon r EXPLAINED Wjjtson Congressman from Indiana wants his Republican friends to return lmtoCongressand being called on explains why he voted for that Porto Ricau tariff bill thusly BossMcKlnley and the rest of my iar wanted me to and I could not refuse Win Orr 0 says We never feel safe without One Minute Coujih Cure in the house It saved my little boys life when he had the pneumonia think it Is the pest- medtcinemadEJ It curescoughs and all ling dlseasQS Pleasant to take harmless and gives immediate results PerrI fc Thomas The Mormon elders who are engaged In missionary work in the South do not a nil the time In North Carolina three of them were tarred and feathered and ridden on a rtfilirhiie in Florida one trccherou old rascal was promptly knocked down for declaring tilt tho Avouicirof the South have no virtue Mll fti1iimmniTichi gave Dettitts Little Early Risers are the very best pills used forcostiveness liver and bowel troubles Perry k Thomas Sorpo of tho administration papsuck ors at Washington are steering at ex Presidont Harrison fur bis sharp criti cism of the Puerto Kiraa tariin iH passed in the interest of the trusts Mr Harrison at any rate ban this advantage over the present occupant of the White burn He was never a political weathercock and has jl ever accused of patsillgbreezeGeorgetowlI FOUND A GOLD MINE IT WAS IN H S POULTRY YARD Man in Iowa Used a Ooinponnd that Make IfisUlnl4IJDoubJl the Usual Nura brr Summer and Winter Secret of ills Success People in the neighborhood of Cres- ton Iowa aro amazed at the number of eggs that this man drives to market with When asked what was the cause of his hens being so prolific he stated it all in a certain compound be was using that kept his hens in good condition and furnished them with the proper stimulus to egg production American Poultry Mixtureis the name of it and is made byAmerican MEg Co Terre Haute Ind Every man in the poultry business is interested in the health f his hons and their laying capacity In the eggs Ho lila profits This mixture is guaranteed to increase the pigduction of eggs 100 per cent or money It will do more than three tiuies as much as tho same amount of any other compound It is concentrated in form and the result of years of practical experience in the poultry There is absolutely no doubt as to what it will do and you are inviteil to try it at the expense of the company Soul 1 00 fur a sample package and if doesnt do the work you get your money back This Is fair and is made to induce practical poultry men to give it a trial It js also a sure preventive of such disease Jis the terri 0ble cholera and roup which create such havoc in all parts of the country It acts directly on the cravandgizzard and it is throughly scientific prepara tionSThe manufacturers guarantee every package orrefund purchasers money If your druggist dont sell American Poultry Mixture he s behind nge In that case order l1irpct from Ameri can Manufacturing Co Terre Haute Indiana A stamp express a PURITY Otftre If located Is For rabbits vt Is Jr IBo of Colored Crayons Childs Book A collection of outline Pictured bound ub form with JJlce ot tissue paber he Swoon 1nrc4hiIbeetissue children can alordlngenjoyment amitheThere different kinds anddrawing 6 lion and 2cent Naval Box Kite SesltFIylTliecdo brate Jox ktennwbo Thirty Inches thle1 ttuiqtmiesIy IIIIIIAmerican loj wants fll1c nnij arc CO I by I ABOVE ARE ONLY A orTrK LION CGFF PREMRJHS her rIe JIttIU lJaatit TIle rnMeet 1 I v kww LION COFfEE Mae K I pede Ie rt4 lIIIid tIIIa ikarer It I 1iaIW I II Y Par 0 lion heads and a 2c stamp Fine wax cmyons iliflirent colors accom panied out line licturea for color Each cmTonlsYmlcl strongpnrprevent break ing Drawing tro ruth require heads a sUarp heaokcuHmlJLIon 1kbot1 satercumJeiiu1evee JtetT1141 JI 0 c IIIIa a a a 0f 1PLEASE I CANDY CATHARIIO i f S iOc 25c SOc L Rubber Tire Factory Here Mr S I Midkiff has installed tie first and only plant iu the county for the construction and repair of rubber tires vehicles gad is turning out factory work at less than factory prices We examined work and found it equal to any in service will be pleased to exhibit own factorywork and quote prices He puts rubber tires on old wheels and the life of the vehicle prolonged so that twice cost is saved not to mention the comfort derived oct 25If JW SOMETHING TO EAT ALL DAY And until midnight FINE RESTAURVNT OYSTERS ALL STYLES REGULAR MEALS FRUITS CANDIES TOBACCO CIGARS gFTlAM SANDWICHES AND COFFEE ntl1yA BINELLI Next door to old postoffice 4 C3LF1FFTa1i IoiieyTry = O pureCoffee JA r flantel Clock to By express prepaid to flO lion licuduanda 2c stamp r wlthellt beautifully Frame 3 Stands 8 inches hich A1cauty and nOd- tlmetcepcr o s S a p P S S Alarm g1 Clock v Daisy NeckPin Sent by for head anti ANDLAi a 2cent When ilnl clock- pleaseGenuine HardEnamelJ name your nearest there CXpreU oUce your town copy all cheery with with This fOidres for Ladles wWi llvm a 5p r r Newark ever was refunded business the nice boot tho alz mpu1d safely wllcrJ- 1CnonlIlS11 FEW ASG fifteen with book comes for his He his their I Ladies Scissors W iiis2 C r enU1ntrimmlng e JGiven for 12 lion heads and a 2c stamp 4 RazT tT atven1or35 lion Scads and te 2cent I bestEJ1g1 Rubber Dresslnr Comb fForSimilar toichest which ParIbeen played hI era countries ofhistorytration shows of the game lanIttmal counterd und dlccruiij compamln A nme t1nulnever Ure of playing Olveit fer M L 2oetIt t re 3 Every time you a potmd package fLI FfEB you have bouglit something else DontoverJ ok it You have bouht a certain portion of some article tQIT be selected you from our li w Premium Lists l 1111111111 IMPORTANT NOTICE tvI It AIqe WfIfILS SIWM I 17 fM 01 f i i DRUGGISTS ALL 284 I co JiiiJ IlrtlPjrn ffiour line IS C0fl11lCte 1or- il RI IFJ IEtJfI m rtJ- m 17 L J 8- rn p I2fbl1gj Factory prices have advanced on ppIJ rn almost everything but we bcciiglit ill 1i our and can offer in llj ljhpupfifiii of 7 feet allLinen Shade at 35c iji to 75c Other things correspond illffi1 ingly CHEAP i rufraj ycry g in U 11 l JT i Lrr14J 9SfWII- t t 7 er 14Lffl136 E3Wb1J 3w T mbfvsl 9 BEST GRADE Ec ISS AKD cLovL B111 1tcostcomptrativeIY1Ouoe Ithe results wilt be far more Eatisfactorjv earictleaCS tares and mcadovc etc Wrtd for Ctaloe aut riccsoia3y seeds required Vt1 ln i1c1m 1tildJere Sz SIVBBSMIS F1i7 JJlS EenllUcrsLtc LOUISVILLE Y J A BOON TO MANKINDv 1 DRTABLERS UCKEV 000 t i POLE CURE A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNALand EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUDEO BY MAIL 75 CENTS BOTTLES GO Ctwrs- ftjcs F MLLkRD SMProF rrJ aID Itett Maui Sfrest ST LOUIS BO PERRYb1 Ii Tie ktkm Mitel Iwtiii Co OFLXlNOTON KY rri r 22000000 Paid upit Li il1PftftuY I4lrfl If of11cci puiei piy uc he tUJo4 of the dd Qpay the ItTgC6t llrclb couloislent ulth ilfeh and conservatism ant IfiiuiJtd contract is fostliled ilut necue an be Iien times r delICslnUT Isrge and tncleasIRlrn8rve fund garanteee to the iurestor ab o 4 PJcI Itareconr8c for PY1I1t large profits are thuiumo as that of life Insar I Tyth1tllucatort1 Pi SMITH B9W7N J- Ijjjjjj S rL XIUJTON KrR AJrLL19N 1tIhd Ky 9 i ji I THE RICHMOND CLIMAX SUPPLEMENT I I u r i The Richmond Climax II WEDNESDAY MA CII 21 1900 ll 0 h Sheriffs Sale Ii FOR TAXES 1899 OF q J Land Town Lots J H H Colver Sheriff of Madisbn county will offer at public sale in front rt of the Court House door in Richmond IeI IentuekyonMONDAY APRIL 2D 1900 betweenriIt the honrsof am p m 11ffollowing property to nay the taxes r atppgsed against same for the years S99 White List 1HlCH NO1 Avers Nannie B nr town lot 200 Baxter Rebecca lirs 1 town lot z 500 Baxter Mrs Polly 20 acres land 110 Bush Joe town lot 700 Gristle Mrs Lottie 30 acres laud 830 s Cornelison J Reed I lot 200 Crandall Win tot 400 Carr Joe Admr T G Hacker 2 lots 1Clary Mrs Mary 1 lot 400 Mrs Sallie 1 lot SCO IIDudley Mrs Nettle B nrU lot 4000 Garrison Bcttie B etc nr 1 lot 300 Gentry Mrs Kate for 9899 1 lot 2UO a Harrison 0 H nr 10 town lots 800 t B U ur 3 town lots 150 rtHicks Mrs Belle 2 town lots 900 1Kelley Mrs Nora 1 town lot 65t B D 1 lot 800 Maupin Mrs Fanny 9899 1 lot 500 1Baupin Lizzie D 1 lot 750 cr Fred 1 lot 250 e McKenna John 3 lots 6500 Nelson Mrs Fannie 1 lot 300 INelson Mrs Ed T l lot 100 Parker Mrs Rebecca 1 lot 500 It Perkins Mrs Lou 1 lot 600 500rIi Rice Charles nr Hot Schmitdz Mrs Liza hrs 1 lot 1500 Smith W H Jrl lot 2000 brat104 acres 2100 o Trower Thomas 39 acres 110 e UrmBtonTEnrllot 2000 t Wortham Joe B nr 1 lot 100 t Wrfcl Oallie 1 lot SCO J FOXTOWN NO2P J Asbill Hiram 2 acres 810 Dozier Horace 7 acres 410 riEuhry Henry nr 3 lots 1000 8EttnK iVin bruilier and sister J 16 acres 110 IIrhus Henry B50 acres 810 IiIIIISHIII nr 25 acres 110 iJMckIII Martha EGO acres 510 Jones Dave nr42 acres 1010 New by Mrs Lucinda 55 acres 710 Spanks David 32 acres 310 U UNION NO3 11Asbill Mrs Jaby nr 4 acres Bonny Nathan 4 acres 210 Bonny Mrs Mary Jane hrs 19 acres 210 510Gt er acres It McCord Lucy F acres 10 Mills lire 86 acres 1010 BlRayburn Jas 2 acres 70 Sexton A G 32 acres 260 ej Shifllet Mrs Rice 22acres 120 White Melvin nr 3 acres 60 ICELLIITON NO 4 r Adams Allie W 25 acres 230 rlLlellan Wm R lot 640 e Dozier Curt B 20 acres 510 n Finney Mary B 15 acres 160 Fielder Wm T 5 awes 170 Gentry David 3 acres 110 s Grinstead Smith 1 lot 400 o Harris Thomas 76 acres 390 b Hisle Wm R 1 acre 30 v Hunter Wallace B 3 acres 60 James Annie 1 acre 61 d King Francis M 15 acres lie r King Mrs Nancy 25 acres lid w Lackey Lucas 20 acres 110 It Lamb Susie Brown Church t 5 acres 80 Il Lee Elizabeth nr 10 acres 110 a i Leeford Sherman nr 35 acres 310 II Lamb Zack Admr Ann teen 50 n acres 260 II Miller John T 1 lot 400 1Noland Abe 7 acres 110 d 1our3traCyuthtn2 acres Plantier Augusta 62 acres 610 e Portwood Chas 3 acres 160 70rlr Satii8 John 66 acres 410 Short John 00 acres 510 J Todd n F and Mary hrs HiJacres SOS- OUlleoi u Thomas J 50 acns 410 t YATES No 5 dAbrams Martin 10 acres 00 q AlcornJohn M 12 acres 160 J Alexander Marian 25 acres 60 Asbery Mrs Lydia 10 acres 310 Baker Sheltnn 130 acres 430 Carpenter Anderson 20 acres 00 it Crowley Mrs Polly 7 acres 60 Celie Robt 50 acres 60 Estill John T 22 acres 1010 French James 40 acres 210 l French George 20 acres 110 Gill James 100 acres f 410 a Glosap John 18 acres IK1 Groves Tom 1 acre 6C if rmmrnn =r5crxw Haly Wm B 100 acres 810 Harris Preston 5 acres 110 Harlow Mrs Martha J 75 acres 110 HIsleWm D2 acres 30 Hurley Alfred 150 acres IGQ Jackson John P 86 acres 90 Jackson Jas L 60 acres 410 Jones Elizabeth 20 acres 00Inr acres Kindred Surrena hrs 44 acres 610 Kindred Marian J 40 acres 130 Lamb Dillard 1 acre Lamb Sarah E 50 acres 110 Lamb Silvester 20 acres 210 Lakes Santford 60 acres 310 Lakes Curt 40 acres 90 Lakes John M 75 acres 310 Lakes John 87 acres no Lakes Newton 150 acres 210 Lawton James 20 acres 260 Lain John P 50 acres 210 Lewis Wm W 22 acres 110 Lana John bra 50 acres 140 Malacote Scott 65 acres G60 Moody Cash M 53 acres 1190 Moody John for 9899 2 Acres 60 Moore Henry C nr 30 acres 210 Rose Wilson 7 acres 80 Rodgers Philip 10 acres 160 Rose Mas Sidney 30 acres 210 Rodgers Chas 100 acres 710 Bose J Vard 30 acres 110 Rose Mrs Lucinda 25 acres 210 Standiter Simpson 30 acres 210 Standifer Joe vnr 20 ares 160 Vaughn Murrav 7 acres 60 Wesley Mark 60 aries 410 Winkler Andrew J 86 acres 310 Willis Cash 60 acres 170 Witt Geo nr 26 acres 60 Wilson Fred 40 acres 150 Woodyard Lewis 3 acres 40 GLADE NO 6 Ambrose Bettie B 22 acres 410 1 lot 800 Asberry Elizabeth 4 acres 60 Beasley Nickl acre 60 Benge Pitman 120 acres 810 Bennett Mary A 20 acres 810 Bogie Walter adm G W Bogie 210 acres 1110 Bowen Ollie nr21ots 700 Bratcher Wm 36 acres 510 Burnell Lyman 30 acres 110 Birrnell Wm J Jr 1 acre 00 Burnam Harry hrs 206 acres 2470 lJ teA Geo W 60 acres 310 itanter Chas 1 acre 20 Clift Mary 40 acres 210 nmbs Talton nr 2 lots 4CO Coyle T J Jr 60 acres 310 Collins John 10 acres 20 Crowcher John A 100 acres 210 Damrell Joseph 30 Icrea 110 Deering Jas 60 acres 210 Durham Jas W 88 acres 220 ianbard Green B 6 acres 260 Oabbard Mary A 2 acres 130 Gal barl John Sr 20 acres 310 Galoway F B 67 acres 1010 Golden Mrs John 10 acres 160 lays Philip 50 acres 210 Harrison Levi S 62 acres 2lU Harrison Merritt agt Wm Stapp hrs 19 acres 190 Hardin sirs Lou 1 lot Stn Hurst firs nr 17 acres 160 Isaac Thomas acre 2U lohnson Beverly S 9 acres 21r Johnson Alex C 10 acres 110 Fohnson Schuyler C 16 acres 211 Jones Gen M 22 acres Ills Kindred Ruben M 1 acre 310 Kindred Dave A 5 acres 60 Lackey Wm M nr 50 acres 1220 lewis Win D res 360 Maupin Frank 1 lot 170 Vladen John Jr 20 acres 6n Mitchell John nr 75 acres 410 Mitchell Mrs Paulina 43 acres 3llr loore Low and Mcry 52 acres 1010 Murrell Wm 40 acres 110 Parks Richard 75 acres 310 Pigg Samuel 275 acres 610 Pigg Hiram J agt John Pigg 140 acres 350 Powley PleasJ 100 acres 410 Preston David Allot 210 Preston R E ngt Rosa Benzer 1 lot 250 Ramsey Bert 10 acres 90 Ramsey Bert 1 lot 20n Reeves Joseph 55 acres 160 Robertson Reed E 5 acres 110 Roberts Wm M 30 acres 210 Rodgers Felix 50 acres 110 Rodgers Isiah 9 acres 210 Shockley Thos nr 18 acres 70 Skinner Dan M 116 acres 460 Smith Mrs Grace 1 lot OTaylor Pendleton 27 acres 210 Tavlor Frank 7 acres 110 Thompson Harvey nr 1 lot 50 Todd Susan 4 acres 70 Turpin Robt 40 acres 110 Wallace Jas A nr acre Warnacut Dave T 91 acres 710 Uilliiims Sarah A 49 acres 410 Williams Silas Jr 60 acres 330 Woods Eldest 76 acres 1010 KIRKSVILLENo 7 McCottoii Co J 1 lot 1600 Fowler John M Sr 10 acres 310 Gorden Sam G 1 acre 90 Hill Mrs Elizabeth Gd D B Long lL acres 210 McOarty James nr 6 acres 410 Moore Wm S J TO acres no Peel Win 40 acres 160 Pond Miss Nettie 4 acres 510 Rhodus John 1 acre 60 Roberts Dan 20 acres 260 Rosa Alex 89 acres 2380 Sanders Allison nr 4 acres 160 Smith Milton 7 acres 160 Smith Andrew J 52 acres 1060 Tatum Wm B 8 acres 510- Turner Margrett 2 acres 60 Whitaker Robt 10 acres 160 White Greea lacre 70 MILLION NO 8 Agee Ambrose 4 acres 30 Bruneger Thos M 10 acres 110 Burton Woods hrs 20 acres 210 Burton Elizabeth 5 acres 110 Burton Fred 1 lot 600 Bowlin Addie 8 acres 70 Clark Mrs Elizabeth 5 acres 90 Crews John W 1 lot 50 Cotton Mrs Eliza 49 acres 510 Duncan Ellen 9 acres 100 Davis Wesley 3 acres 30 Fain Mrs Fannie nr 13 acres 160 Fullllove Jasadmr J B Fullilove 10 acres 110 Goins Cyrus N 40 acres 410 Gulley Allen 22 acres 160 Hager Mrs Lucy 22 acres 160 Harrison Win H S F York 2 acres 340 Harrison Wm H S F York 1 lot 330 Hendren Mrs Malinda 50 acres 810 Heathman RJ Gd Berdie Smith hart 50 acres 510 Kanatzar John J 117 acres 1320 Kidwell Sallie A 2 acres 60 Kid well TownsenN 2 acres 20 Land Mrs Sallie 35 acres 410 Locker Wm 1 acre 60 Long Jas M 52 acres 610 Lowery Reuben 123 acres 2120 Lowery Wm Jr aeie 60 Lowery Win Sr 1 acre 20 Long Jave 26 acres 270 Kidwell N T nr 11 lots 250 Moores Clarkie A 30 acres 260 Newby John C In acres 250 Newby Townsend N 1 lot 100 Herkins Drusilla 1 acre 50 Ren fro San ford 10 acre 110 Roberson Spicy D 50 acres 610 Roberta Palsy Hiss 1 acre 110 Roberts Nancy Hiss 1 acre 20 Sebastin J N 12 acres 110 Sebastin Rufus 5 acres 110 Simpson Sam 10 acres 70 Sowers Wm P acre 20 Serflce Nannie nr 13 acres 160 Stinnett Irvine 10 acres SO Taylor Wm Hot v 300 Taylor Hiram 14 acres 210 Teater Geo nr 24 acres Tillett John W 4 acres 70 Tillett Mary and B Turner 3 acres 90 Viiiscentl niit 12 acres 110 Warmer John 1 lot 100 Wheeler Cash 250 Williams Inward 1 lot 200 Colored List RICHMOND NO1 Breck Burgin 1 lot 700 Barnes Henry 1 lot 100 Barnes Rebecca 1 lot 400 Barnes Rebecu Henry 1 lot 180 Barnes Henry L McHenry 1 lot 200 Burnam Chas 1 lot 250 Kurgin Martha hrs 1 lot 350 Black Ednr 1 lot 500 Blythe Win 1 lot 100 Rxllew Lutcia 2 Iota 500 BojrgK Thos 1 Jot 50 Blythe Bettie 1 lot 600 Barnes Simon lot 320 Covington Sarah 1 lot SOIl Cobb Squ re 1 lot 350 Uohb Wm 1 lot 100 CrutcherHayse21ots 250 henault John 2 lots 450 ornelison Alex 1 lot 300 Covington Sarah 1 lot 350 Campbell John 1 lot 300 Campbell Elder W 1 lot 100 Campbell Elder Wand E M Em bry 1 lot 100 Campbell Mat 1 lot 150 Dunham Adam and Ellen De jarnett 1 lot 200 Ellison Nancie 1 lot 100 Edtill Robt nr 1 lot 200 Embry Kelmcca 1 lot 550 Embry Julia A t lot 250 Mariah 1 lot 100 Francis Susan 1 lot 200 Hill Nathan 1 lot 150 Harris Ben 1 lot 300 Irvine Mariah hrs 1 lot 200 Irvine Joe 1 lot 300 Irvine Ellen 1 lot 150 Johnson Richard 1 lot 240 Long Fannie 1 lot 360 Miller Wm 1 lot 100 Miller Mollie 1 lot 250 Mitchell Mary 1 lot 400 Morgan Annie 1 lot 150 Moss Millie 1 lot 300 Marlin Irvine 4 acres 210 Marlitt Irvine Hot 200 Maxbury Winnie nr 3 acres 110 Mathews Nannie 1 lot 100 Newman Louisa 40 acres 110 NoUnd Celia lot 300 Noland Allen lot 200 Noland Lena 1 lot 300 Owens Green 1 lot 250 Parks Dudley 1 lot 200 Phelps Geo and Wm Munday 1 lot 150 Phelps Zena l lot 150 Phelps Jennie 2 lots 1250 Parks Geo Ann 1 lot 400 Postill Peter nr 1 lot 100 Phelps Mary 1 lot 200 Rice Belle agt K Donnaho 1 lot 200 Rice Belle agt K Donnaho and L Phelps hrs 1 lot 200 Rice Geo apt Sallie Jarman 1 lot 600 Rhodes Lavinia lira 1 lot 650 Shepard Chas 2 lots dOO Stone Hen 1 lot 450 Stone Minerva 1 lot 180 Terrill Nannie 1 lot 250 Turner Dan hrs 1 lot 400 u Tamer Dan Jr 1 lot v 150 Tomblin Harry 1110 170 Tribble Harry 1 lot 300 Tribble Mary hrs 1 lot 509 Tribble John 1 lot r 400 Tribble Mariahvl lot 860 Tribble Moss 1 lot 300 Walker Owen 1 lot 100 Walker Annie agt Tom Walker hrs Hot 200 Walker Ryborn 1 lot 250 Walker Robt 1 lot 300 Walker Wallace 1 lot 100 Walker Wm 1 lot 300 Wells Joe 1 lot 150 White Wml lot 40 White Rose Jr 1 lot 100 White Dave Hot 200 White Jas Allot 100 Do Agt Amanda Karr 19 acres 160 Do Agt Jeff D Walkernr 2 lots 300 White Jas Sr 1 lot 100 White Ellen 1 lot 250 White NBIKIS 1 lot 350 Willis Lizzie 1 lot 350 Winfield Miller Hot 400 Winfield Dow 1 lot 100 Williams Sallie 1 lot 400 Williams Lnkel lot 500 Woods Mary 20 acres 210 White Mary D 1 lot 250 Yates Maggie lot 350 FOXTOWN NO 2 Bronston Lafayette 5 acres 160 Chenault Charley 8 acres 110 Chenault John 2 acres 110 Chenanlt Letcher 6 acres 110 Chenanlt Charley 6 acres 110 Clay Jerry 11 acres 610 Hays Francis hrs acre Jones Green 43 acres 410 Jones Pavid bro sister 48 acres 610 Langford Tom grt Green heirs 40 acres 460 Langford Mira 4 acres 210 Martin Cora 15 acres 110 McKinney Jeff heirs 10 acres 110 Millfon Simon 2 acres 40 Smith Ed Jr 2 acres 30 Smith Scott 2 acres 60 Stone Henry 15 acres 310 Stevens Richie heirs 1 acre Shackelford Miller heirs 15 acres 260 Tudor Sam 3 acres 90 Toomey Wm 8 acres 110 White Andy 5 acres 110 Wright Mariah 5 acres 110 UNION NO3 Bradley Thos 4 acres 210 Baxter Alex 25 acres 210 Covington Robt 1 acre 110 Doutett Aaron 2 roes 110 Jackson Samuel 4 acres 110 Murray Luther 2 acres 110 Murray Alice acre f 110 Qulseberry Florence 15 acres 310 Robertson Mary 25acres 160 Shearer Jake 6 acres 210 ELLISTON NO4 Batw Bettie brl3 acres 60 Ballew Frank 30 acres 210 Black Henry 2 acres 50 Chambers Willis 1 acre 80 Crockett Henry nr 2 acres 60 Covington Addie 4 acres 160 Covington Howard 4 acres Davis Nose Sr 3 acres 60 Deatherage John 86 acres 710 Ellis Dan 24 acres 110 Kstill John 3 acres 60 Estill Rice Ephraim 10 acres 60 Estill Susan 10 acres 60 Estill Dolby 1 acre 60 Gilbert Nannie E 1 acre 110 Harris Fannie 1 acre 60 Harris Martha hrs 36 acres 210 Harris Arthnsa nr 12 acres 110 Harris John 2 acres 60 Hume Susan 3 acres 60 Hill Caroline 30 acres 150 Kovanugh Joe hrs 50 Martin Frank 8 acres 110 Moore Miller 1 acre 60 Oldbam Viney 8 acres 110 Oldham Harriet 8 acres 110 Reed J Tom 7 acres 60 Royston Evangeline 20 acres 210 Royston Woods 3 acres 60 Simpson Mariab 1 acre 60 Stone Cyrus 8 acres 110 Warner Alice 4 acres 110 Yates Rachel 2 acres 60 YATES NO5 Baxter Alex 4 acres S 60 Ballew Polly 3 acres 60 BIythe Lewis 25 acres 110 Broaddns Jennie hrs 1 acre 60 60bunsonEstill Melissa 5 acres 60 Finney Susie 16 acres 210 Harris Edith and Tabithal acre 60 Kavanaugh Jerry 2 acres 60 Maupin Abe 3 acres 61- Moberley John hrs 5 acres 110 Parks Clarinda 2 acres 60 Parks Hanabal 20 acres 260 Tribble Kitty 6 acres 110 Tribble John H 10 acres 90 Tribble Wm 20 acres 210 GLADE NO 6 Adams Henry 1 aero 60 Adams Mary 1 acre 60 Ballard Howard 1 lot 100 Ballard Monroe 1 lot 150 Bennett Caldwell 2 acres 210 Bennett Wm nr Mots 160 Best Elza 13 acres 140 Bogie Lucinda 20 acres 210 Bly thes Sid 1 acre 210 Blythe Tom Sr 1 acre Brauay Chas 4 acres 110 Bronaugh Caleb 9 acres 40 Burnam Alex Jr 2 acres 110 Burnam Jas 6 acres 310 Birrram Julia 3 acres 26Q ICamJlbellMollie 1 acre Denny Amanda 2 acres Dunson Gao 1 acre 70 Denham Jerry A Wm 15 acres 210 Dtggs Sidney 8 acres 110 Diggs Bettie 18 acres 160 Fife Harry 2 acres 210 Fish Robt 8 acres160Fran- klin Chas 2 acres Francis Sam 3 scree 160 Gentry Joe 19 acres 210 Goodloe Geo 1 acre 180 Herd Wm 5 acres 110 Ingram Phi 3 acres 70 Jenkins Ed 34 acres Logan Elijah Hot 850 Martin Sarah 4 acres 260 Martin Lewis Sr 3 acres 260 Martin Ben 4 acres 210 tIcBalnW Bony 10 acres 210 McKee Jerry 1 lot 150 Miller Smith Sr 4 acres 160 Miller Mose 8 acres 260 Miller Allie and Mansie C 1 lot 100 Agt Mary Willis hrs 1 lot 200 Miller Marian 2 acres 260 Miller Isaac 1 acre 160 Mason Frank 2 acres 110 Mize Lutecia 3 acres 60 Miller Mary 1 lot 200 Parks John F 4 acres 90 Parks Allen 5 acres 110 Patton Frank Agt Willie Farris 1 acre 70 Peyton Frank 1 acre 80 Phelps Sid 1 acre 100 Rash Wm 26 acres 260 Rhodes Narcisnsl lot 300 Rice Perry 1 lot 100 Ross Anderson 2 acres 160 Ruldolph Boll 1 acre 20 Shearer Goo 1 acre 110 Shearer Biard 2 acres 110 Simpson Anderson l acre 70 Stapp Archie 1 lot 350 Stone Emily J 7 acres 150 Tevis Nellie 1 lot 150 Tribble Troy 4 acres 90 Taylor Lucy 5 acres 110 Tanksley Ben 1 lot 250 Vaughn Allen 2 acres 79 Walton Geo 1 lot 100 tWalker 1 acre 60 W Ja70VWalkerWalker John 1 acre Co White Allen 2 acres 110 White Mary I 1 lot 150 White Charley 27 acres 260 White Bob 4 acres 210 White Willis 12 acres 260 Walker John 1 lot 100 White Mahaja 50 acres 100 White Samira 7 acres 100 KIRK8VILLE No 7 Ballard Jesse 1 lot 100 Bennett Robt 2 acres uO Bogie Alex 2 acres 70 Cambell Major 2 acres Cambell Edna 1 lot 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 610 Shearer Dan 1 lot 200 Smith Bello 1 acre 310 Turner Mat 1 lot 300 Turner Sam Sr 6 acres 210 Turner Thomas 8 acres 210 Turner Easter 4 acres 310 Turner Chas brs 4 acres 00IBates Miller 3 acres 60 Berry Boon M A Burton 10 acres 110 Mitchel Jas 22 acres 210 Munday Millie heirs 2 acres 110 Rice Belle 1 acre 20 Sebastian Robt 4 acres 110 Turner Frank 1 acre 20 WalkerJohn M 113 acres 570 H H COLYER mch74w Sheriff HER ASPIRATION There was a little of the idealistic about theessay of a Kansas girl at her recent graduation Her teacher had given her a theme the phrase Beyond the Alps Lies Italy She astonished her preceptress and schoolmates by these emphatic words I do not care a cent whether Italy lies beyond the Alps or even in Miss ouri I do not expect to set the river on fire with my future career I am glad I have a good very good education but I am not going to misuse it by writing poetry or essays about the fu ture womau It will enable me to cor rect the grammar of any lover I may have should he speak of dorgs in my presence or say ho went some where It will also come in handy when I want to figure out how many pounds of soap a woman can get for three dozen eggs at the grocery So I do not begrudge the time I have spent acquinng it But my ambition does not fly so high I just want to marry a man who can lick anybody of his weight in the township who can run an 80 acre farm and who has no female relatives to come around and try to boss the ranch And I wilt agree to cook good dinners for him wont sendrhim to an early grave and will lavish upon him a whole lot of wholesome affecti-on and see that his razor hasnt i been used to cut broom wire when hedwants to shave In view of all this I dont care It I do get a little rusty on the rule of three and kindred things as the years go byGrit I