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I r ii II 0 1 l4 I i I TIIfl RICHMOND I CLIMAL= IVOLTJ11E26 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MARCH 28 1900 NUMBER 43i1UI I O WATOHESI t rc C All Work Guaranteed f flJtjEY MAIN STREET RICHMOND KY I e f tr Bo AMERICAS FAVORITE BRAND J I IIllli FULL a ARTS Delivered Expressage paid anywhere directly accessible to Adams American or U S Express In plain box I without any marks Indicating contents Guaranteed an absolutely puro OLD KENTUCKY WHISKEY direct A from Kentucky Reference Any bank express company or com 3 merclal agency In LouisvillersAUG GOLDEWEY CO 231 W Main St Louisville Ky PROFESSIONAL CARDS A rou Is R E ROBERTS 1 ATTORNEYATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY jjiflice over Climax Office with Jos B Mc iirv Second Street RW MILLER ATTOBSETATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Ortice in the Burnam Building next door to rmrs National Bank feb3ly SULLV NJ ArrouKE VATLAW IlIClIMOND KENTUCKY 1Orli v overstate Hank to Trust Co pp osiif lInrt House on Main Street JC D M OHENAULr ATTORNEYS AT LAW RiiHMosn KENTUCKY ifi e on Second street over Chen ault s gr Mery W ItLETCHERA Lato IIHM IvBNTUCKY 1IliI with T1 J Sinilli Jr over CovniLtiii MitdirilV T C Lovvry9 Altulle1Jat Let iv Prlty Iiiillintr Rioboml Ky 7iLSOT JiCCA- TTORNEYATLAW J nilHMONU KENTUCKY arOft1eein1rat1er Building Malnglreet rSYSI01 H3 DKS GI1WON GIBSON 1IfY1cJAS tNt SURaEQ S RtMONI KENTUCKY xr m the Joe tki bwOding iS and ao Sec oni Mroet over Woue old drwgterc 27 MAS C IIOOKIltcI ETJSRLVMiY SURGEON UradnaU Ontario Jarinary Collide Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility Sp cIaHy ctrOhceat my stable on corner Firtt end W aer Streets aiehmoixl Kyapr74y II C MSlJSli M D Medicine and Surgery Oflie Pra her Huildhm Main Street Telephone xt re lcnce the Cntr Jilice on lliutdw- aiiiIONI kKNTUCtYt- Vrr JiVA i M UIIlIYStCIAX ANI SUHQEON- KICHMOVIJ K aJTCCJY DE 1TAL Stm9Y Tit OeXcTvlwva t tSOt ItIOtT UP Looisviliu Ky poverntneutruUdtnsnlnInt uovl7ly f1 FRED SMITH DEN i 1ST Office orerTaylor Bros Hardware Store Miln Street Janl2ly Dr Louis Ii Landman No Weit Ninth Street Cincinnati Ohio will be at M M Millers residence second door to Puitofllce itichinond Ky ou WEDNESDAY MCH 14 1900 returning erery second Wednesday o each mnnth Befereace evcry phygician of Rich mond Ky maylly Dr R Goldstein The Optic Specialist or No 611 Fourth Avenue LouLzTUc will be at tho Giyndon Hotel Richmond WEDNESDAY APRIL 18 returning one day each month Eyes exam ined and glasses scientifically adjusted ++ + CALL AT + + + + 1 SALOON PARLOR WHEN HI TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be founl iu the city pvc dispensed by upto ate and accommodating clerks Genuine Ssratoja Water Kept on Tapj Phone 3 Sacond St1 t JC t lfNlJ ff e1 Xv 8 j 3etatt IT IS NO BURDEN when a PIANO or ORGAN iapnr chased here Our system of easy payments enables any one toen joy the music of x enCC stttts without depriving themselves of necessary comforts One of theso INSTRUMENTS wonl lmnke a superb HOLIDAY PRESENT Wjiy nol come in and look at these special bargains HARDING RIBHM II G KENT AGENT RICHMOND KY fi jjjT FOR BABYS ADORNMENT we have thecntost little UNGS LP AGE LETS PINS ETC ilost of them of entirely new design Just came in with the first lot of goods this year owo of the Rings and Pins are en pravod with names and mottoes All are exceedingly protty and the quality is much better than the price would indicate F J YEAGER Public Sale I will sell at public auction HOUSE on Smiths Sum mit at 2 oclock p m on MONDAY APRIL 30th Lot 00x225 ft House has nine rooms and two halls solid brick foundation cellar under all the house water and gas hiirdwood finish buggy house and stable Come to see it J D CLARK mcli7iw JJICHMOMD KY Our floods AND+ Our prices Compel you to trade with us when you give us a trial YltuB IDr 11 3 3ii- DiDa 1JUp IDm n ID t The ladies cannot be deceived by catchy phrases nor bombastic claims All we have to say is we buy in the best markets of the wld select the la test goods and when you buy you know you have tile latest up t9 date goods Is that what you want If so trade with WhiteAND Gibson1 f F 1 ANNOUNCEMENT FOR COUNTY CLERK We are authorized to announce ARCH KAVANAUQH DOTY for County Clerk suciect to tho action of the Democratic Party RAYBURNto the action of the Democratic Partyi We are authorized to announce D R TEVJS a candidate for County Clerk subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce If II subJectWe are authorized to announce JESSE subjecttoFOB SIIEBIFF We are anthorized to announce JOUN F WAGERS a candidate for Sheriff of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic are authorized to announce JOHN W BALLARD of White Station a candidate for Sheriff subject to the action of the Democratic are aethrized to announce MARTIN GENTRY a candidate for Sheriff of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party fWeare althorlzed to announce P BBROAD DUS a candidate for Sheriff 81 Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party FOB ASSESSOR We are authorized to announce JOE OLD RAM a candidate for Assessor of Madison countysubJect to the action of the Demo cratic party We are authorized to announce JAS L BAKER candidate for Asessor of Madison countysubject to the action of the Demo cratic party We are authorized to announce GEORGE NOLAND a candidate for Assessor of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic are authorized to announce O W DEATHERAOK a candidate for Assessor of Madison subject to tho action of the- Democratic party We are authorized to announce BUD DUNN ot the Glade District a candidate for Assessor subject to the action of the Democratic party PoE JAILER We are authorized to announce JAMES C LACKEY a candidate for Jailer of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce PETER G PARRISH a candidate for Jailer of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic are authorized to announce JACK ROSS a candidate for Jailerof Madison county for one term only subject to the action of the Democratic party We ore authorized to announce F J PERKINS a candidate for Jailor subject to the action of the Democratic party A POOR UNFORTUNATE His boss went dead an his mule went lame lie lost six cows in a poker game A hurricane came on a summer day An carried the house whar he lived away Then a earthquake come when that wax gone An swallowed the laud that the house stood onl An the tax collector become roun An charged him up fer the hole in the groun An the city xnarsalhe come in view An said he wanted his street tax toot Did he moan an sign Did he sit an cry An cuss the hurricane sweepin by Did he grieve that his ole friends failed to call When the earthquake come an swallowed aUt Never a word of blame he said With all them troubles oh top his head Not him He climbed to the top o thehill Whar standln room waz left him still An barin his head heres what he said hI reckon its time to git np an git But Lord I haint had themeaselsylti F L Stanton IQ1i QO R WET LAN AU MADBBt M A THE R E Address Before Ky Commer cial Convention by Hon C L Searcy of Waco FARM DRAINAGE VORKS WONDERS Mr Chairman Ladies and Gentlemen The great and permanent bene tits of draining land for agricultural pursuits call hardly be overestimated While drainage has been sadly neglect ed by many timers who should be the first to reap the profits it is now tbe coming idea and is here to stay Since so many intelligent furmers in our section have taken hold of the matter and fully demonstrated to their neighbors that the profits on land tiled and secured wholly by virtue of being tiledwere in some instances five times the cost of laying the first year and better the next year and in no case but what the gain was much larger than the outlay draining land for profit has ceased to he a doubtful experiment There are no mote questions asked about the benefits and how water pets in the tiling etc but farmers that need it are putting it down and feel certain to reap from ten to one hundred fold profit for their investment From personal orterience and study ing agricultural and mechanical journals we learn that drainage presents the conditions which perfect germina lion quick development land complete maturity While it admits tree circu lation of air and moisture in the soil and makes possible both vegetable and animal life drainage breaks down and mellows stiff and otherwisa untillable land and allows a deeper root growth and gives roots wider range for sustenance It reduces injury by freezing to lrVOMANW IS UKC A DELICATE MUSICAL INSTRUMENT In good condition she is sweet and lovable and sings lifes song on a Joyful harmonious string Out of order or unstrung there Is discordance and unhappIness Just as there Is one keynote to all music so there is one key note to health A woman might as well try to fly without wings as to feel well and look well whits the organs that make her a woman arc weak or diseased She must be healthy InsIde or she cant be healthy outside There are thousands of women suffering silently allover the country Mistaken modesty urges their silence While there is nothing more admirable than a modest woman health Is of the first Importance Every other con sdemtlon should give way before it Brad Ifields Female Regulator is a medicine fee lib Ills =thesafcftanoqulck estway to cure lou corrhea falling of the womb nervous ness headache backache and gen eral weakness You will be astonished at the result es peciallyfyotthavebean ing with other so called remedies We are not asking you to try an uncer- 1alntyBracUields Rcgulatorhum2 IaIIY thousand of women What jt has done for others caadoforyouSold forl a bottle A ln mounted book will besec- tNiRA1RU to all wbo write u II IIii wheat and plhur crops and lengthens the season at both cnwn The expense of tiling is rather appall lug to a laraier With no ready money yet it is life safest investment he east make He can afford to borrow motley wlieu his lauil needs tiling Thousand uffuiiners have placed a mortjfajre on laud for drainage purposes who are now in good circutustances and owe their success in life to a well drained farm In viewof the fnct that a farmer will reap all the benefits and the returns are so quick he should always take great pains and lay it right never iu a slipshod or earless manner When a fartuer wakes up lila mind that his land needs drainage and goes at it in a systematic manner it w not half the trouble or expense that he first anticipated Two Rood hands in ordinary soil can ditch lay and cover twelve to fifteen rods fourinch tiling per day This can be expedited by us- Ing a plow to cover ditch The tiling can be bought delivered from 18 cents to 35 cents per rod With a little experience and judgment after land has been surveyed and the fall as certained the farm hnuds omit lay tile properly The mains must he large enough to receive the laterals and all lines should be laid straight to a true grade with sufficient fall to carry the water off The preponderance of opinion by mon who hove had large experience with tiling is that when fall enough can be secured tiling should be laid at least three feet under the surface and deeper if practicable It is estimated that tiling wil draw water from thirty to fifty feet on each side It depends upon the size and number of lines and condition of land etc to determine actual cost per acre but on an average land in our section will cost from three to twelve dollars per acre There is a great deal of land that basa natural drainage and does not specially need tiling But there are thousands and hundreds of thousands of acres of land in this State that at a casual glance people should not think needed drain age yet the same land could be en hanced in value and productsfrom 25 to 100 per cent at a small outlay There is a vast area of rolling or hilly land that badly needs tiling It would prevent gullies and instead of the rains washing all the fertility down the bill to be carried away by creeks it would Bink into the soil and greatly benefit the land Drainage is badly needed on land that lies a clay subsoil and on nearly all the bottom lands adjacent to water courses Land that needs drainage badly usually hangs out a danger siginal that cnn be read by interested parties Sometimes standing water simply dark wet streaks seen in plowed land again in the irregular growth cornwhicli is plainly marked by the curling leaves or perhaps fchverinK grain which has survived a cold win ter When water rises in the post holes the water level needs lowering When moss covers the pasture and coarse wild grass flourishes that is so sour that it will not fatten cattle you can get your spades and put your men- work with bright prospects of sue cess By a wise provision of nature where tiling and brick are most needed there is almost certain to be a deposit of clay suitable to manufacture same Every farmer in my knowledge who has used tiling in any quantity has placed his profit at double the cost of tiling the first year thereafter Now if the FARMERS OF MADISON COUNTY for instance should invest onehalf million of dollars in tiling their farms the next year would result in one million dollars in cash added annually for all times to the products and wealth of the farmers exclusive of the great enhancement in the value of lands and other immense benefit- A farmer that bns wheat or clover sown on land that needs tiling is a slave to weather conditions A greater part of the wheat freezes out in the winter or early spring and what is left looks brown and dead When clover is sown on wot land the plants and roots try to get up in the air for warmth while on drained land the wheat comes out after a freeze looking green and fresh while the clover plants lie down close to the soil with roots deeply anchored like it was warm and comfortable and when the spring rains come both crops are in fine condition to grow In fact hero is no crop grown in the State but what will be greatly benefited by proper drainage I would must respectfully urge the farmers of this State who own wetlands or lands that need tiling to begin at once and erect neighborhood plants and tile part ot their lands each year as they can stand it until completed Time investment will be a moneymaker and a constant benefit in wet weather in Iroutha in season and ont ofseason Prof Grlsborne who is regarded as good authority on tile drainage says Tim OBJECT OF DRAINGB Is to impart to such soils the mellowness and color of selfdralned rich and friable soil In different parts of this Stato there are large areas of cold Wet white land that by being properly drained will not only increase the crops and raise the price of lands but actually change the color of the soil to a dark friable soil It is evident that thlll effect is produced by the growing crop itt tersecting every particle of time soil which they could never do before the drainage Thesewith their excretion decompose on removal of the crop and are acted upon by air anti water and change In a degree the inorganic sub stance of the soil Thereby drained land which was before hapeivious k water and air and consequently unavailable to air and roots to worms 01 to vegatable and animal life become by drainage populated by both Besides1 proper drainage of lanJ there is another strong appeal front th people all oveN he country god tbati the good road problem and that will rt qulro more tiling rth1nkJ opeHfte the terrible experieaco witti HUH rod the past winter ought to o AIICXte to secure good rods as ivilitkMIiMi education are the frnitsthefeoi Lately there has been a great dMtoo talk about truets COM bine eerperi U ntl1c It one of rxxw- lli TMJIJII 1iy upt a noiniaai prfcw ifc poIWelandWMeeewu andotiMr ehcsp tomb mi w ti plant good roMUMKl 1atttt wh I Ht needed and give employment to an army of worthy laborers they would be certain to reap an immense fortune and so benefit the country that the present und future generations would rise up and call this trust blessed as they would restore to abandoned and wornout lands the original virgin soil OB given by Divine hands The memory of that farmer will be cherished and appreciated much more by his posterity and future generations who leaves his monument buried in the shapoof a welltiled farm than the other farmer who leaves a wet farm and a skyscraping marble shaft Ho who causes two blades of grass to grow where only one grew betore is a benefactor of mankind No Uigbt to Ugliness The woman who is lovely in face form and temper will always have friends but time who would be attrac the must keep her health If she is weak sickly and all run down she will be nervous and irritable If she has constipation or kidney trouble her impure blood will cause pimples blot cites skin eruptions and a wretched complexion Electric Bitten is the best medicine in the world to regulate stomach liver and kidneys anti to puri fy the blood J gives strong nerves bright eyes smooth velvety skin rich complexion It will makes goodlook lug charming woman of a rundown invalid Only 50 cents at Perry Thomas Drug Store 2 Ox Monday lost Mardi 19 William Jennings Bryan who years of age Win E Gladstone was twice that old before he became the Grand Old Man whereas Mr Bryan has for four years been a character of world wide fame anti lead the battle for time bondIageMrs Harriett Evans Hinsdale Ill writes I never fail to relievo my liMingOnefeel safe without it Quickly cures coughs colds grippe and nil throat and lung diseases Perry Thomas I HEARTILY concur with the Frankfort Argus in its mention of Hon James B McCreary as a suitable man to bear the Democratic colors in the race for Governor next fall The public is fa millar with his record in the highest places of public trust and with his abil organize his forces and Invariably march to victory Lancaster cor Stanford Journa- lPUTNAM FADELESS DYES are fast to sun light washing and rubbing Sold by C L Searcy Waco Ky Thomas Adams PanolaKy CRUEL barbarous Spain placed a duty of ten per cent on Porto Rican KoiMls and granted the island represen tation on a population basis in the tMinuisli Cjrtes The enlightenedmer ciful Uniteiltates duties of 25 per cent of the Dmgley rates say 50 per cent ad valorem on Porto Kioan goods and declares that the island rlpresentutionMeadeeounly Vulcanic Eruptions Are grand but Skin Eruption rob life of joy Bucklontj Arnica Salve cures Fever1SoresWarts Cuts Bruises Burns Scalds Chapped Hands Chilblains Best Pile cure on earth Drives out Pains and Aches Only 25 cents a box Cure guaranteed Sold by Perry Thomas Druggist 2 Oov TAYLOR is doing infinite harm pardoning his friends who are under arrest charged with Goebels mur der He cannot benefit them in anyway as the Democratic officials refuse to recognize his authority and he has only succeeded in fastening suspicion on thorn It they are innocent an ex amining trial can do them no harm If executiveLouisville News Rep March 13 MilesburgPacolds croup and sore throat One Min ute Cough Cure is unequalled It is pleasant for children to take I hearti it to mothers Itis the producesimmediatepneumonia grippe and throatand lung consumptionPerry IT is now the object of the adminis tration to show it was the State Presidentthe bull pen district The crossexam ination of witnesses at the hearing be fore the House committee by Mr Dick was intended to show this but it fail ed In any event the evidence indicates that the brutality with which the sotdietsNeither Dean Dick nor the still more costly Mr Hanna will be able to dodge autumnWasblnitoll Rev W E Sitzer W Caton N Y writes I had dyspepsia over 20 years and tried and medicines with nseKodolme from the start I believe it to be a panacea for all forms of indigestion It digests what you eat Perry Ihomas governor Mcliearhasa strong campaigner should he conclude to enter the race He has been gov ernor under the olJ Constitution and fi well knonto old time and tried Demo ra in all parts of the State beardGovterms for his wisti and conservatlvi course in the present crisis and It wa predicted thai when the Democrat next sought fo a wise able and fear tlMcCrearyTa Care i1 CsM is Use Day TakevLaxativeromo Quinine Tablet UiInature is on eaih box oct250m HOW re MIKE CELERY JELLY To one cup of diced celery the unsightly outer jrtalks will answer fo I this add one jplnt of water a slice a onioB a teaepoiin of suit sad a dash n r cayenne Let simmer until tender ftd a tftbteapoonfa of grantlaied- that gelatiI has been gftesed in cold wati I Mid strain Mold in a ring molt When bard dipthe mold in tepid ws f ter wipe turn out the fcily and 11 the center with a cbMtaut 1Mi Lewis Ackeritian oe Imd sy t aliraybntand meyer rlpi Th Uv csmiIi Mid bSVI4 live- S Perry jDTitnr fl THE NATIONAL ADMINISTRATION Cincinnati Enquirer The administration WmMcKinley- Is doing effective work In arousing the people of the United States to If full realization of the fact that a change Is taking place In the form of govern ment To those who are familiar with the labors of them who participated in the discussions in the constitutional convention 178l time innovations make by time attempts to pervert the organic law bear a significant meaning Presi dent McKinley sought an opportune situation for Ins assault on principles which for more than 100 years have effectively resisted time attacks of those who are not in sympathy with Repub lican Institutions The President was se mingly reluctant to enter into a contest for the liberation of Cuba He avoided the demand of the people for prompt action He pleadel the necesl ty for a stronger approval of rtod and his own conscience before he would act The largest confidence was re posed in Mr McKinley Fault Wall found with his tardiness A few memo bers of Congress doubted tle Presidents sincerity Still fewer members were bold enough to ask that the exact aims of the assaultshould clearly defined The freedom of Cuba alone entered into discussion A declaration was male by Congress setting forth the noblest aim the highest purpose and the most charitable intent In proclamation the President appealed to civil izatiou for its approval of the integrity of his professions and petitioned heaven to uless time arms of our republic The idea of conquering Spain or the subju gallon of any of her provinces or colonies Was notln the minds of our people It is possible that the thought of con quest had never entered the mind of the President and yet the eager em bracing of ah opportunity by President McKinley to subject ten millions or Filipino people to the will of the administration and appropriate as a possession of the United States Porto Rico and the Philippine group of islands in dlcato that from the beginning of the war President McKinley had determin ed to make conquests and reduce to subjection to the United States millions of people who for three centuries had continously resisted the tyranny of Spain TheSpanish warandlta terrible cost in treasure and human life has only resultedin a change of masters Spain wsw whipped and her colonies taken from her not to establish free govern ment for the inhabitants thereof but to make them subjects of the United States There is no longer doubt as to the intents of President McKiuleys ad ministation m regard to Cuba It is tq bs made a colony of the United States Under military manipulation the Cubans will vote for annexation As to Porto Rico no questions will be asked The island will bo made a col ony So too with the Philippine group There will be consul generals and privy counsellors There will be taxation without representation There will be cormorants without virtue and oppressors will let loose the leeches of avaric and corruption iu consuming hordes There will be reason of eve ry and official debauchery compared venalIThe fundamental principles of Republican government havebeen thrown into the rubbish heap and in the r stead is the will of a single man aid that will is controlled by men who have made a mere creature out of him who wields it The fortn of our gov ernment has been in two years changed from that of republican to the most despicable of oligarchies Under the cloak of patriotism the liberties of the people of the United States are attack ed as they have before never been sue cesbfully Our people are slowly awakening to that truth When they are fully aroused they Will not merely breast the storm They will destroy it and punish its authors Time authorship of the Porto Rican tariff has been traced to Mr Oxnard of best sugar fame The Republicans had better take advice and abolish Mr Ox nard His influence for evil is immense and his capacity in this direction tmnboundedCoiiIei Look at your tongue Is it coated Then you have a had taste in your mouth every morning Your appetite is poor and food dis tresses you You have frequent headaches and are often dizzy Your stomach is weak and your bowels are always constipated Theres an old and re liable cure pmlI Dont take a cathartic t J dose and then stop Bet 1 ter take a laxative dose 4 each night just enough to 1 cause one fjood freemove ment the day following You ffl better the r very next day Tour I appetite returns your f A ii ccuredyOtirbedlchespl a 4 your toflfue ckars up- I I your liver tS well and bowell8QlOIalerlive4 4 f JllaTeWa S Jta IIUriLLIaesy r xj 4 srISiISIiLEE1 J W1UW l LE HEADQUAETERSFOR SEWING MACHINES SEWING MACHINE SUPPLIES Orders taken for PIANOS and ORGANS Repairing a Specialty t9rOFFiCE opposite Court House witb Freeman Bros anl7ly r Remember That I have purchased the stock of groceries re cently owned by Mr J M Asbill near L N Depot and am now prepared to furnish and deliver fresh goods to any part of the city at the lowest prices I shall continue to make PH ODUCEASPECIALTY and pay more for Poultry Butter Eggs Hides c than any house in Rich mond It will ceutainly prove profitable to you to get my prices before dis posing of anything in this line A L GOTT an21tf ratrDniz HQm Insuranc Insure your dwellings turns and other prop ertyfn the BLUB GRASS INSURANCE COm PANY of Lexington Ky n home institution Gives protection against FIRE LIGHTNING AN TORNADO No assessment calls on members when losses occur to other members and no initiation fee charged to becomeamemberofcompany The cheapest and most reliable company for the peoile of our county now operating In the State and gets cheaper eTery year falling to onehall alter the first year For further information call on their agent attorneyataRlchmoud Court Houaencrtdcor to State Bank li Trust Company upstairs J H TAUTER Pres mayZJly C C BOSWORTU Becy KodolDyspepsia Digests what you eat Itartificially digests the food and aids Nature in strengthening and recon structing the exhausted digestive organs Itis the latest discovered digest ant and tonic No other preparation can approach it in efficIency It Instantly relieves and permanently cures Dyspepsia Indigestion Heartburn SickHeadacheGastralglaCrampsand Flatulence Sour Stomach Nausea imperfectdlgestionPrepared For talc by lerry Thomas S PATENTSDIS1CNS ADVICE AS TO PATENTABILITY NCtice in InvenUve Age FREESleek now to obtain Pattnta patentlsaecuredLetters E SIGGERS Patent Uvner Washington DC RG iJ n oo =g1 FOR WEA MENThe rrcat French Kenrrtylaulthln easy rcscU of every Am t ts pnwcrftily and nulrtj A Kcw lVa Perfect is Cm rrsutt cICO dn nso ci rUCChCnO Yonsitiijcn will rtjIln llplr 100 rini ed end Old Idea wiUrccovor their yoctnfiil riror It ttz cro for business cr w rrlnT1 RECEKERD crt7Canrr1Ihtlrcalara fro Address tho Ancrican oQoo of BmmEfox rcf CO tSf7nFor sale by Perry Thomas 8eptl3ly 2SOOOIN Cash Premiums ARE BEING OFFERED BY TIlE CinCInnati tI4Uire1F- 01 Nearest Correct Gnesses on the POPlJlationofthe United States 5o be r pdrtd by tf U S Q95us Bureau for 1900 TItcf first census of the United States was takira in 1810 Since theo every succeeding ten years The result of each cent us lies been as Population Year Population 1810 72338811- 8SM 8833823 lass 31143321 1830 12166020 1870 83558171 Ill 17069453 60155783 1850 3191876 1891 636lO Hereou have the figures of li basis of calcu lation The problem now is What will be the population of the United BldCS1excluding recent uliition but Territories and the District of Columbia To theflrW nearest correct guetv re I13OOO- To the Second TotbeTfeird lad To tile YourtbiTo the 25 To tbeSlxtb 19 To the Seventh To the next IGeach JlOOamoaHUnfrto 100II 50 V i I1tlJ 25 = 2681 u J 13 u 1091 1S80 5S 7GM TotaBII 1f1OQamouatfBlt t Beaten of the CLIMAX can avail Qeraseire ot this 6tfe kf payment to tub ctCrf lJatotCLUAx IUIOrYears K LY 200 I8Ikaj IIMtM u11J sd fosIsao1I 411A1 SI BIOHM KY rD II 11 Madison Monumental Works lESTABLISHED 1863 PROPRIETORLJAMES T HAMILTON p Monuments Tombs Headstones Statuary and Foreign and American Marble and Granite 1f++++ FIRE WORK A SPECIALTY t i1 oflThose who are contemplating buying Marble Granite or any kind Cemetery Work will find it to their interest to call at the old stand in the rent of the M K Church on Irvine Street where they will find constantly on 1m nil a largo stock of finished work to select from at prices to suit all classes of buyers fjfMn W G GOUCHER one of the best workmen in Central 6 Kentucky is in charge of our establishment anti this means satisfactory work iin every phnse Parties living at a distance should write to us for designs which will bo furnished on application v t jDfTYOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED JK7UIES T HOTVULTON Proprietor x xy i READY e FOR THE lNEW YEARI I LII 11lowinge w to5 ti r consisting ofLadies Desks Chif- foniersc China Cabinets Book Cases Rockers Hall and Libra ry Chairs Morris Chairs Jar 0 diniere Stands and Screens i i1 Irbeautifulthe rush You can make your purchases 1now from a full and complete stock at your tli leisure delivered any day during the month you desire r I EJ 1 WATCH I i I OurIi iutifu1 4 I Vith 1J 1 g s1 NEVILLE MOSfRLfY j 220222 W Main Street I1NIGHTPMONE23 DAY PHONE 23 RICHl10ND KY I8X lXeI Xer xeI 7II m 7Is3 5 This Is The Oliver Plow 7W IF YOU HAVE USED IT IOU KN0WIIS jTHE BEST p t IF YOU HAVE NOT WE WILL PROVE IT IS THE BEST xg j We are still hafadlino the Brown Cultivator Hawerth Cora Planter and the Best Harrow on the market Also a full line of Collars Hanaes Back Bands Bridles and all kinds Plow Gear and a full line ofHard ware and Stoves L Dlm mnam tIE iAU STREET RICHMOND Kc j j II r1- i i jJ r Jift TO THE FARMER BlucgrassOrchard and other Garden and Field Seed from E OEATHERAGE GO Headquarters for Salt Lime and Cement The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY MARCH 23 1900 We are offering yon China riO at a loss price than we ran replace it for McCann Ueatherage David Laudroth fc Sons garden seeds are sold by McCann Deatherago Solo agents for this Territory Onion Rete 10 cents per quart Other garden seeds at proportionate prices at McCann Deatherngejr We are offering genuine bargains in chitin glassware lamps etc and will continue to do so until our entire stock As exhausted McCann it Deatherago Do you ever oat pudding if so come and sot one of those nice decorated dinner sots 100 pieces at the low price of 7 McCann Deathorage Keep looking Dont you want a dandy Iltiyilancls decorated dinner set 100 piece for 825- McCann Deatherage Next Monday will bo county court lay Suits from 10 up to measure at Stoutfers marl4tf Live bird shoot tomorrow at Fu- rkss Park Bob Ellis colored is in jail for re sisting arrest See higgins I Luxons Milwaukee Rinder anSI Mower It will please you- 2Stnar4w Joplin sells Ohio Gem and Semi Itimel coal Cant be beat Tele plione 81 7m4w Jeweler Armer has put up four fine brass signs that give his store a cosmo politan appearance Call and leave your measure at Stouffers the tailor inarW If Democratic county committee is called to meet next Monday at the iourt houe at 10 oclock Fancy shirts In new styles at Stouffer mar4tf The improvements at the Metho list church have made that edifice ex ceedingly attractive Other improve ments arc in prospect Call on HieviinK Ltixon for low prices on buggies and road wagons 28mar4w If you have any oak ash poplar or walnut logs or troos and wish to sell them for ct sh write or vail on HOY SOPEK Co uov29 Om Niuhohisville Ky Dont Llua suit until you see Siouflers marl4tf Mv guarantee Id that every Suit of lnthos shall give perfect satisfaction h4re leaving the whop I do not rh rge fur clothes that ilu not fit CHArf IACOI5- f l21tf The Tailor See the new style hats atStourJers Something new In Meng Clothing at has IlIcbs He has Ihe finest brul1ghttJnweHt and treads the bet Call and JiivectiKMto feb2ltf to to Higjins lnxon for vehicles 4111 farm wagons 28mar4w Great oppoiliiniry ofiHredto good reliable men alitry of 15 per week intro1flstampAinericuti2Sfebly The new tutor can lit von at Siiniffei s IlIIICHtfI Agent on stlarv JtL5 per week and expenses tho gi ate agent seller ever produced everystouk and poultry raiser buys it on tight Hustlers want stahlipAlfletle3hi28febly Have suits made by Stonffer and save 10 marl4tf All Confederate Veterans and Sons requestedtosecond Saturday in April at 2 oclock Lost One large gold breast pin with gentle mans picture enclosed A liberal re ward will be paid for return of same to this office feb21tf Tor Ecntl A splendid eightroom house on Fifth street this city Possession given April 1 Apply to R Lee Davis Iteal Estate Agent Moheriey Building mZ821f- See Stouffer for men and boys clothing marl4tf Important Case in Circuit Court Next Week Circuit court begins next Monday with a smujl docket The most impor taut case be that of Doc Lowry for assaulting Mrs Itaymart Million a month ago To Investigate Parks Assassination Tho Estill county grand jury con vened Monday and will investigate the assassination last December of Town Marshal Edgar Iark No arrests have ever been made New and True Dentists who extract teeth because they ache should go to school anti learn how they should bo treated Dr Hob- son next door to Government Building liithmond Ky jnlOtf Wanted A good reliable man to take charge countySalaryNORTH JERSEY NURSERIES Springfield NJ Stouller the tailor makes suits to fit mar4tf Strayed A white and black setter bitch with black ears was seen last on Thursday March 8 Finder will be given a liber al reward for return of same to the un dersigned JOE CHENAULT marl4if Richmond Ky The Board ol Health Criticized The City Board of Health should read the criticism that has been uttered by Mr Mellon of College Hill the article is on fourth page today and there is the tint of a suspicion that a certain mellon is for pulling fbr he writes vigorously and never takes backwater Save money and get a suit Irom Stouffer mar4tf A FAIS OFFER 1 will fill any order for you at the same price for anything in the jewelry line ttiat you can get from any other city Selected from anybodys cata logue that you roilY lIzVO thereby sav lug you expense of ordering UespeclfullvjanSlyr AUMER Winchester Court J A Ramsey reports about 300 cattle on the market 25 1005lb steers 85 30 975lb steers 480 29 000lb steers S4 50 35 550lb steers 23 50 per head 11 600Ib steersl9 per head 33 676lb steers 28 per head 20 iOOlb steers S35 per head 15 525lb heifers 521 per head A large crowd in town mill nearly all offerings sold Special Rates to Washington The C 0 railway will sell round trip tickets to Washington and return on May 20 and 21 at one fare for the round trip limited to return until May 31 on account of the meeting of the M slic Shriuers Keep these dates in your mind if you are going to make a trip east Gao W BAHSEY DIv Pass AgU Lexington Ky tf Prominent Eslill Citizen Paralyzed Judge Henry Clay Lilly a venerable and distinguished citizen of Irvine was stricken with IIIralsls last Wednesday and for a while great apprehension was felt as to his condition lIe is the father of Rev D Clay Lilly of Alabama who married a daughter of Rev E O Guerrant Judge W H Lilly of Irvine aud lion Grant E Lilly of this city Attention Sir Knights There will be a called meeting of the Richmond Comuiandery No 19 at the asylum on Thursday March 29 at 7 p in of the Commandery by Grand Commander J T Hedges Work nso Sir Knights are urgently requested to attend in full uniform By eminent Commander J TALBOT JACKSON Recorder Great Item This The CLIMAX was the first newspaper to give the item about the telephone to be placed in the Christian church here newspapers all over the country have been copying It The idea Is to place a on the pulpit and connect it with the telephone exchange that all who desire particularly in validp may hear the sorvices at the church without personally attending 0 pRJN I1S It YNALLTHENEW-s THINGS IN MENS WEAR Come and see what we are showing in Eight Ten It Twelvefifty Fifteen and Eighteen Dollar Lines of M ns New I STYLI8H 8UITS J Noone will give you the value that you will find in f itthese goods for the H tL SFunisn We are also showing ll i C ing Goods Hats and Shoes And some jGREAT BARGAINS in Heavy Winter Overcoats J Suits and all heavy goods that We want to close out T J and will sav you money on every article These V same goods will cost you radre money next fall l e Covlngfon itchen tCt I r SteIMM Attatt a MM While Daniel Tudor a White Hall LonelyBoyhim and bit Apiece of II r Tudors Heft band Live Bird Sheet Tomorrow At Turleys Park the opening boot ing tournament of 1900 will occur the GunClubblrd Blioot tomorrow afternoon TIle Latest Frea Fruktort All the latest news of the sensational rial at Frankfort will bo told each day u the Louisville Times 4 oclock edt tion Only 10 cents a week delivered at your door R LEE DAVIS AgL Call for Democratic Committee Meeting The Democratic County Committee of Madison is hereby culled to meet at the Court House in Richmond Ky on Monday April 2 at 10 oclock JOHN B CHEXAULT Chairman Rica Station Fire onSaturdayhome was destroyed by fire Ko In surance Mr Winn is a son of John Winn Master Commissioner of Estill CIrCII t Court and lately married lilies JIattio Wilcox of that county Miss Siebert Arrives Miss Minnie Siebert the fashionable milliner who hall charge of E V El tiers millinery department last season lovelylotfer the ladles which she is ready to show The regular hat opening will take place later A Clay County Murderer Brought Here Samuel Philpott of Clay county was brought hero for safe keeping by Sheriff B P White and Jailer Cundifl of that county Philpott says Eet Rogers had waylaid Mm anti lie killed him in self defense The prisoner was brought here himfrollFine Horso Sold at DigPrice Mr Matt Cohen sold to Mr Messick of Brooklyn for 1600a brown gelding byEricsonshipped by Saturday This is the highest price obtained for n horse of the walktrot class in Kentucky for a number of years Mr Cohen will go to Brooklyn and ride this animal at the April horse show Robbing tho Railroad Company John Moore and John Embry both colored waived examination before Police Judge Rice and were held over to the grand for robbing L N freight cars their laxt haul being a case of shoes and some clothing When ar rested these articles were found in their possession and unless the signs change stripesbeforeSeeks a Horse for General Gordon i Col Bennett H Young was here Sat urday in search of a saddle horse to he presented by the Confederates of Ken tucky to General John B Gordon and to be used by the distinguished soldier statesman at the meeting of the United Confederate Veterans of America in MayCollonging to Mr J W Bales Present Sure EnoughAttention Readers of Climax Purely in order to promote the cause of Democracy the CLIMAX will on Mon awayfreenew or old who up an eight months subscription to the Weekly Chicago Dispatch a true1ue Demo crntic paper This offer is no fake but will positively be carried out to the Talk of the Town It is no exaggeration to say that there were never so many men at one and the same tOme in Madison county wearing clothes from the same house that cost exactly the same amount stylishCovingtousuits They have a still cheaper suit at S3 and others at 15 18 They are beauties Great bargains now in winter overcoats and underwear Five dollars saved now is big interest Spe ad Applicants to Succeed Professor Clark BrandenburgKyis said for the Superintendence of the Caklwell School He met the Board of Education and addressed the pupils of the school making a favorable impression There eight or ten other applicants for the place among them Prof H IL Brock of Richmond the present efficient principal of Caldwell High School Prof Clark has tendered his resignation as Superintendent in or der to move to his fine farm in Fayette Gcebel Photographs The Womens State Organization of the Goebel Monument Fund informs the public that it has the exclusive control of all Goebel pictures Medal lions buttons etc made by E Carl Wolff of Frankfort Ky which are approved by tho members of Gov Goehels family as a most perfect likeness The said photographs are copyrighted Tin parisbustsAgents wantea in every county Ap CountyOrganization well Secretary of the State Organiza tion Judgo Redwlne in Town Circuit Judge D B Redwine of Jockson Ky who achieved worldwide fame as Chairman of the Music Hall Convention which nominated Senator citySaturdayopened court Monday When naked about his name being mentioned by the candidaUfor obliltedforNo I am not a candidate for the place Judgo Redwine called pn Governor Mc Creary and was tho object of considera ble curiosity while hero On His Countrys Altar Woodward Metcalfe of Waco this county was killed iu battle by a Phil ippino rifleman some two months ago says a letter to his father written by Wade Metcalfe a brother of the dead soldier Wade Metcalfe and his cousin George Metcalfe are both wounded Madison didnt contribute many men to the American army in the Philippines but as it is costing a million dollars and a thousand lives per month it Is not surprising that we are beginning- to feel of death and taxation The Metcalfe brothers were wellknown SquireMetcahfehour of grief and anxiety who can port wrungfromPret Wajers Annaunccs Elsewhere in this i6ue appears the aunounceuient of Prof J W Wagers as a candidate to sncceed himself as Superintendent of Public Schools for this county Prof Wagers led his ticket in 1807 which campaign was one of the hardest struggles for Democracy iuthe history of the county his majori ty being 217 votes He 1Ba strong Democrat slid over loyal to his party and is making a faithful and efficient officer aud the people would make no mistake by renomlnating him He has elevated the standard of the teachers by his close attention to the examinations and this has ol course elevated the educe tional standard throughout the county the He has ferreted out and hadlndtcted the Question pod dler who sold qnestioti iu this county last year More district libraries have been established since Prof Wagers has been In charge than ever before in the history of the county a fact seth tioned here with absolute regard for Uui HB xeeplcnable administration of hie He is in favMo the ChiuH School Book Bill and made eueeebes for it lust foil He Javors eeerwciyiin the matter of UxsUou buts IB favor of comfortable tefaooi htoite lie asks the jepiort se- i ailIM ubmits JiM e1Ain to tt M this time bs 1e udIMHD of W frIIIidIr = would nos MJ4Utata e V L Rlefcard MMwfoM al Loxhiiion Mr Bichanl Minefield COftleet thc ThurwhaiMarchThe great actor will appear as Hen Eugene Courbolsorjn the dramatization of Jessq Fothergllls charminj story of musical life In Germany Thi First Violin This exquisite play will reveal Mansfield in an entirely new creation in which he has won hlac triumphThe will be presentee with the identical production of tin tliepeopleotthiManafleli Richard Manfield company includ ing his business stat 87 players and workmen in various capacities on tlif stage aniHhree cars of special sceuerj and properties Only One in Ihe Stale Richmond was the only town in th State outside of the larger cities t have a representative at the trial 0 towers Culton and Davis at Frank for laet week Consequently our citizen were informed of the progress o l lie sensational uroreudings aud tht CLIMAX is being thanked for its enterprise in supplying the news Mr Woods sent us bulletins every hal hour or oftener containipg the duel points of testimony against the accused On Saturday the CLIMAX premises wore so crowded with people eager ti hear the bulletins read that the street was blocked for hours Chief interest centered in the startling disclosure made by Sergeant F Wharton Golden a Republican of Barbotirville who let the cat out of the bag completely as elsewhere described For his services voluntarily rendered Mr Woods Las heard rainy expres sions of thanks one enthusiast seudine nesaageYour were out of sight you ire a public benefacterl Of course he swallows this cum 171010 sails FortyThree Candidates Meet and Prepare for Business Candidates to the number of forty three entries in the Democratic free forall met here Saturday to agree upon u time for holding a primary for the selection of nominees for county offices to be filled at the November election 1001 Hou Harris Crooke was chosen to preside over the meeting Messrs Jesse Cobb secretary and Charles Ray burn assistant Speeches were made on both propositions to hold the primary this year or next but by a vote of 24 to 19 1900 was selected and the same was submitted to the county committee for their determination An amusing incident of the half hours discussion occurred when one ol the candidates urged that if the primary was held this year the farmer candid dates would be compelled to enter the canvass at once and neglect their crops This responded to by a gentleman who made the point good hutnoredly that men who owned good bluegrass farms ought not want office Up jumped an other farmer and retorted a man who owned a saloon does not need an office This brought on a light breeze as the last mentioned left he had been prominentDemocrat mony used hits oil can and stilled the troubled waters bv saying that the remarks of the gentleman he felt sure had been misconstrued The clouds nolled by and the meeting broke tip in a love feast to await the action of the committee next Monday Mr Sheldons Newspaper In Richmond Considerable interest was manifested in Richmond in the experiment made by Rev C M Sheldon author of In His Steps to conluct a daily news paper as Christ would do it Those who have read the authors book recall his Ideas upon that subject and when he was invited by the proprietors of the Topeka Kansas Capital to put them into execution the whole world looked on in curiosity and interest Some ot the papers were received here al though the demand from every quarter of the country and abroad was so great that nearly half million copies per day were ordered A few are on sale yet at bookstores in this The venture proved a greater financial success than was expected and though its chief proprietor was converted to the Shel don plan other papers from one cause or another ridiculed the idea of a tie cular paper being run upon lines entire ly principlesItpaper whether it is religious or irrelig not determined by its preaching religion distinctively no more than that of a man is indicated by his talking religion but by its careful regard for re ligious principle in its course and ron duct by its honesty its scrupulous re Hard for truth and its refusal to abet lying or encourage false pretence Ev ery newspaper be a religious paper in that sense and sedulously pursuing such a rule of conduct it will do more to promote genuine religion than it could by giving up its space to sermonsThe does not criticize the venture but sincerely trusts that though the may not demo onstrate what its author hoped it was a long step in the right direction Surely no one need be told or shown that the cultivation of the field of religious sen rrofitableforand affairs aud that duty commands it to enter upon the task Exerything that concerns and interests and beue fits man belongs to the sphere oCa newspaper Cecilian Club Notes For the past two years our Club has had printed programs which fiave been a great advantage to us and the Club has done better work than before The programs enable the members to know what duties are and the work is prepared with much more ease As the programs are to be printed earlier than usual this year we should be able to the membeis exactly as they are assigned and not have substitutes of our own seloctron SONG BITERS OK THE IKESENT nAY The human voice is really the founda tion of all music and whatever devel opmentof the art whatever the boldest combinations of the composer or the most brilliant execution of a virtuoso in the end they must always return to standard set by vocal music Richard WagnerWe some American composers who are climbing the ladder of fame and stand so near the top we should be proud of them- Ethelbert Nevin who was born at Edgewortb Pa in 1862 ilia gifted musician and excellent pianist and NighutBelovedthat we two were Maying are estab lished favorites Mrs Beach ot Bos sangfortyfour years of age Her husband is her runninghisgauntletcomposer The little song Ecstasy1 amonJbelquite reputation as a singer and composer Ho Ja considered the coming tenor of New Enffland The beautiful perfeetnationality and is said to be A very charming woman Harsonjfs Elton popuiIanca and Plancon Bevignaul m a conductor as well as song writer He has written two songs we are familiar with and they show great skill andartistic taste There are many others who deserve especial mention here but I will close with the naoiee of the following composers of our own country Hay ley DeKoven Wilson Jules Jordan Combs and Clayton Job as O- If there are any JRspellednRMes in tho above charge it to tbs musical critic of the CUKAX who dont know Beethoven from Bakeoven C E W Honesty Is also the cheapest policy Adams Fist laCue nsanasctur ed by J WAdamad Co Paint Lick Ky gusrantoed eire for Fietul Focvill Bween Serstches Swldle Bolls and Entargenento ireuy Heel Tste4npr etc Mrs 1 Witaft of- BraienhergXy teslffleatbMshEhad fIIIbatDOtbiogbmz of Adams 7nt Wleby PtyThas 11 3- mAsiar iJA1 m q Doesnt this weather make you feel lintlugarpets or matting They are here at he right prices We can help you cherryrtS N MOBERLEY 4 Book Farmers Might Read With Profit For a copy of the proceedings of the State Commercial Convention of Ken uky held at Louisville May 2930 1899 including addresses of delegates dun Charles L Searcy of Waco has the sincere thanks of the CLIMAX In Ke 133 pages of this wellprinted book id an much valuable Information as can well be crowded Into such small com pass Farmers especially should read it and have no doubt that Mr Searcy applicantsFiiorepractical business and farming intel and the fact that lawyers mer chants tanners and bankers composed rhe body renders certain profitable ro iulu frou the exchange of l ens men Below we give an index to its contents The Promotion of Agricultural Interest address by Hon Callus M Olay Jr of Bourbon Addresses on iame subject by lions Lucas Moore md C M Hanna Good Roads address by Mr Harri son of the Agricultural Department at WaHhltJ ton Manufacturing Interests address by Mr J E Runkl- uKentuckyllanufacturlus hater stll by Mr Chas F Uuhlein Commerce and the Law by Mr Ed McDermott Live Stock in Kentucky by Mr H Z Churchill and Gen John B Castle man Lumber and Mineral Resources of Kentucky by Mr J B Atkinson and Mr C C Mengel byMrRecognizing the ability of our dis tinguished corni ty man the Hon Charles L Searcy tf Waco he was requested to address the convention on the subject of Drainage which he did with signal ability Now Drainage is a subject of which we dare say the Farmer of the Blue Grass however in telligent be may be is blissfully ignor ant simply because his land is fertile and needs no artificial stimulus But to the tiller of poor soil and these are in the majority on the face of the earth drainage should be a subject of study most profound There is a vast area of rolling or hilly land that badly needs tiling It prevents gullies and instead at rains washing the fertility down the lulls to be carried away by creeks it would sink into the soil and greatly benefit tho land Drainage is badly needed on the lurid that hiss a clay subsoil and ou nearly all bottom lands adjacent to water courses Thousands of farmers have placed a mortgage on land for drainage purpoSfB who are now In ood circumstances and owe their suc ess in life to a well drained farm Since many intelligent farmers in our section have taken hold of the matter and demonstrated to their neighbors that the profits on land tiled were in some instances five times the cost of laying tiling the first year and bettter profithasMr Hearcy speaks with a knowledge born experience both in manufacture sal use ot tiling for drainage purposes ind the CLUIAX gladly prints his address in this weeks issue on an out side page If we were to advertise u scheme to speculationIt We only hope to prove with Mr Searcys aid that farmers who are now making say 500 to 1000 clear per luinuhi on their farms can double and treble this amount every year after straining their lands as Mr Searcjr in erestingly anti convincingly describes in the address printed in the above mentioned report Never loan what you cant afford to afford to lose Have you a cough A dose of Cons seas Honey of Tar will relieve it Price 25 and 50 cents Perry Thomas 1m All time is patronage with some pee pIe It Is very hard to stand idly by and seeour dear ones suffer while awaiting the arrival of the doctor An Abany N Y dairyman called at a drug store for a doctor to come and see his child then very sick with the croup Not finding the doctor iu he left for him to come at once on his retnrn He also bought 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 drug gist Mr Otto Scholz says the 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 Fo sale by Perry Thomas 1m Evil men are not supposed to love holy water but lazy ones often bate aU kindsYou can be cheerful and happy only when you are well If you feet out of sorts take Herbine It will brace you up Price 50 cents Perry Thomas 1m Dont blow a trumpet whin yon II rOod deed neither skulk asif ashamed ofit ThoresuUs of an over indulgence in food or drink are promptly rectified without pain discomfort by taking- a few doses of Herbine Price 50 cents Perry Thomas m Dont tamper with a temper especially if it is womans A R DeFluent editor of theJournal 0 Buflered for a number of years fromrheumatsm in his right shoulder and side He says My right arm at times was entirely useless I tried Chamberlains Pain Balm and was surprised to received relief almost immediately The Pain Balm has been a constant companion of mine ever since and it never fails For sale by Perry Thomas 1m Some men are BO shiftless that they spend half their lives under the torture of a twisted suspender We have saved many doctor bills since we began using Chamberlains Cough Remedy in our home We keep a bottle open all the time and when over any of my family or myself begin to catch cold we begin to use the Cough Remedy and as a result we never have to send awajJor a doctor and Incur a large doctor bill for Cham berlains Coagh Remedy never falls to cure It is certainly 8 medicine of gretnerit and worthD S Mearkle General Merchant and Farmer Mattle Bedford county Pa For sale bv Perry k Thomas 1m Yon can credit a liars statements but lie will not cpaslder himself your debtor T i4sr 11iRbem dEcINRarlinginciIleot yiB ye sad Skin Olabmeit Kaajr bad ZMI euxfldliy ft It is eqplr aofaBfc for itcUng pile Mid a tot tan Dippee cfcapjied iaooVT ckflbtefaw fro- paMC0loreeyC Xfote pwrliak Dr i CMMJKtot fewfen an jwjilttkaJXMMmed frfcea ia ted o yorifer aad- S jsok Jbod but = los iil rM Iij THE LADIES TAILORMADE SUIT DEPARTMENT IT THE BUSY BEE CASH STORE beyond the expectation the proprietors They therefore redoubled energies and are showing present complete line and Priced Tailormade ever placed by anybody Styles ann Fitt arnt See Ladies Tailormade beauties and instances double the pricewe ask VE ARE ALSO SHOWING AN ELEGANT LINE OF FINE LIACE CURTAINSIt will be treat to any lady see our assortment of Curtains They comprise all the new things Point De Myrionetts Batenburghv Lace and inserting effects Irish Points etc Call and see our Curtains before buying we will you money CARPETSCARPETSdont have leave home to Carpet We the complete line shown in Richmond We have all the best things inIngcains Tapestrys Moquettes Boby Brussels Velvet Brussels Axminsters Full line Linoliums Oilcloths Oil shades etc Our prices on this line of goods much than can be had anywhere We the largest line of Matting ever shown in city prices commence at for matting SHOES AND SLIPPERSWe are showing line of Ladies and Slippers that be surpassed by any large shoe in order introduce our line of shoes more thoroughly we are making some SPECIAL PRICES in this line fail to look through our Department You will be surprised at the Quality of our Ladies and Childrens and our prices will be an eyeopener you you and to you d AND rOt Too many people are contented with the hire life BLOOD POrSOlTOTOEDBr BB B Bottle Pro 9 to cases the kind that have resisted doctors hot and patient medicine yield to BBB Blood Balm thoroughly 30 years Have you muctions patches in the mouth Sore throat Eruptions Eating sores Bone Itching skin Swollen glands Stiff joints Copper colored spots on the bolv Hair and eyebrows tall out ra tho sk1n a mass of boils pimples and ulcers this BBB specific will completely change the whole body into a clear perfect condition free from eruption and skin smooth with the glow of health BB drains the poison out of the system so the Symplons cannot return At the same time builds up the broken down constitution and improves the digestion sufferers test B BB a trial bot tie will be given away free of charge BBB for sole by druggists at SI per large bottle or 6 large bottles full Complete directions with each bottle For trial bottle ad dress BALM CO Mitchell street Atlanta Ga Describe and Free advice given 3 Has been a success far of have their put in an entire new lot of Suits at the most of Ladies Fine Medium Suits on sale our 750 1000 1250 and 1500 line of Suits they are worth in many for them +4 a to Fine Lace Callie save You to buy a Fine have most ever etc of are lower have this Our lOc a good e a Fine Shoes cant store and to CUT Dont Shoe Fine Shoes to Botanic Then perfect II BLOOD 438 trouble medical 4 + 4 + +++4 ++++++ ++ +r i OUR DRESS GOODS 1and Fabrics are the talk of i We are agents for The the town You cant not to see American Lady Corseti themIThis Corset is ven up be the most perfect fitter OUR CLOTHING DEPARTMENT i most comfortable of is chuck of good things for Men all Corsets try oneBoys and Children We can fit anybody t anyway Our prices styles and qua1iI4LG + ties are all fitters If expect to need ++++ + +4 + ++ ++1 a suit or pair of pants give us trial tI rs Thanking for past favors hoping see at ourlBUSY BEE CASH STORE soon we are very respectfully ft W D OLDIM COMPANY tl RICHMOND MT STERLING GEORGETOWN Iii i Suffers Deepseated obstinate springs Ireatmentquickly tested for pains Chancres Ulcration wonderful B So may treatment 5 Pretty Wash afford and full you a+ To allay pains subdue Inflammation heal foul sores and ulcers the most sat isfactory results aretibtalned by using Ballards Snow Liniment Price 25 aud 50 cents Perry Thomas 1m physicallywould be so badly outclassed that Gulliver would become a word of con tempt When a horse picks up a nail in his foot what does the driver do he whip the limping lugging DoesI and force him along Not wants to ruin the horse At the sign of lameness he jumps down exam Ines tbo loot and carefully removes the cause of the lameness What is called wean stomach Is like the lameness of the horse only to bo cured hv removing the cause of the trouble If you stimulate the stomach with whisky medi cines you keep it going but every day the condition is growing worse A few doses sometimes of Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery will pnt the disordered stomach and its allied or gnus of digestion and nutrition in pot fect condition Ninetyeight times in every hundred Golden Me ical Dis covery will cure the worse ailment originating In diseases of the stomach It always helps It almost always cures To cure constipaljot use Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets Theyre sure x FENCEtSomething New In Farm Fence Agents for the Blue Grass Wire Fence Co of LexingtOlr Ky This is a wire fence of ten strands No 9 coil wire sfrid t five oak slats to the rod Tnis is the original patent COIL 1 WIRE and none like it has ever been sold in Madison county before WE PUT IT UP FOR YOU Agents for Buckeye Binders and Mowers also Coal 4 Hay Feed Lime Salt Cement etc LETCHER Win Jf TELEPHONE 142 1 If your child is cross or peevish it is no doubt troubled with worms Whites Cream Vermifuge will remove the worms and its tonic effect restore Its natural cheei fulness Price 25 cents Perry Thomas 1m Better than the wings of ambition be singed than that they become para lyzed for want of usage Much pain and uneasiness Is caused r- by piles sparing neither ago and sex ablers Buckeve Pile Ointment cures J the most obstinate cases Price 50 cts in bottles tubes 75 cents Perry 1 Thomas 1m i In the good old days Ino man know J i what it was to suffer from a disease with a name so long ho conldnt pro nounce it t i + cii+ Ft + EH H fGRAND OPENING 1 i SpiRINGSUITINGS OF 1 i WE HAVE TEE CHEAPEST AM MOST COMPLETE LINE i IPi PIECE GOODS TO SHOW YOn CQME GET YOUR PI1CK W + We take your pleasure and guarantee you a perfect fit or no sale Suits to 1 your measure Ht from 1200 up Over 3K patterns to select from at Ii J STOUFFERS iii TJEJQI j E- Ja T J i F 1 j c If h a r 1 n The Richmond Climax J O CUE lAULT v Proprietor A D MILLER Business Manager O E WOODSEditor WEDNESDAY MARCH 28 1900d fiPUBLI8UJW The Climax Printing God n PRICK PER YEAR 150 no ANNOUNCEMENT Ton SCHOOL SOrBBIKTEXDEOT We are authorized to announce J W WAGERS a candidate for re nomination forPthe office of Superintendent of County subject to the action of the Democratic party HELD WITHOUT BAIL FKANKFOKT KY March 271 p m Special to CuiaxOonsequent to ex citeuieut of yesterday a largo crowd pithered at conrt house Judge Moore had court room cleared of all but Attorneys and officers of court Not ovex fifty persons present Attorneys for def l1Ilnnt Powers refused to Introduce witnesses in rebuttal of testimony of prosecution and offered pardon of W rf in bar fall prosecution which wan overruled Defense then askett that prisoner be admitted to bail Also ovpiTuleil the cour ayllllt that while it did not believe Powers fired the fatal shot it did beliove that lowers was an accessory and the prisoner was held over to the April term without bail Warrant swum out today for 11 C Youtzey of Newport Ky by detec live Armstrong as acwssory before the fac Yesterday while walking on the trout Golden out Youtzey as the man to whom John Powers had handed the key of of States office on day before assassination Youtzey is private secretary to Auditor Sweeney son of banker Yontzoy IofJudge Krench of Winchester Court mljournod until 2 oclock when Culton and Davib cases will he called WOOIIFOBD W LONGMOKE FKANKFOBT KY March 27 320 i m Special to CLIMAX After con Hnltatlon the attorneys for defendants Davis and Culton announced that they waived examination soil by agreement of Commonwealth Davis is alowed ball to the amount of 3000 Culton IB till in cliaru of the sheriff and is al lowed to home as formerly This set ties the affair until April term Yout zey will ctTtajnly be held without bail if there is any truth in the claim of Commonwealth attorney as to evidence against him LONQMOOUB Mr longuioore is the son of th lamented WOOl Longmoore whose nomination for Clerk of the Court of Appeals hinged upon the vote ot Mad- Ison county is 1890 This son is ono of the foremost citizens of Frankfurt TIns is Charles Finleys Golden oPI 0 tunity NIIY believes that speech is sil ver but Taylor is sorry that silence S not Golden COME home Charlie Finley and help your party out of the rut At least you may be able to prevent the persecution of innocent men As Caleb Powers hmlSlSOOin money ail a rmnliin in his pockit u hen he was raptured it i iHieved in Rich iiiond that ht bound for Europe THE CLIMAX is credibly informed that tlin Ueveiiiio cifl iitl of Madison diuntv nro contributing in aid of the defense of the men aniired of the conspiracy to kill i plM1 WK wwilHr it th fifteen ItppnbliiatiB wno met hero alit imlnned the wise ald cotirauWMii conduct of W S Taylor uoiijil be wi ling to do the name tlilui how since Cintileii has testified u WE remarked in our last that the Republican State Committee would have to ilofor its meetimr becansea part of the loaders were in jail arid others in hiding It now npi eirs that faI- l Dick oiiibs ill nut iu hiding Call the meeting CALEB POWEUS advised Wharton Golden to stay in Frankfort and faco the prosecution Caleb him elf tried to poikem1avhiito hold nut the latter preferred con fession to flight LKT no Innocent man be punished xvniiid he an oxcellont motto for the iJpmocrats in connection with the pros e uition of Goob lsH8 wswiii But Let no guilty mUll escape should be the watchword of the Uepnhliuans if they wish to earn the gratitude of the limo cents who may suffer by their silence CFiBroVyerCoi I LEXINGTON KY A Sale of Rugs p Heres news for the homeWe have taken from our stock thirteen rugs that we have decid ed to sellat once You can see thom in our West Window 4t Prices are as follows Qil a few of them 2 ImperUl Smyrna Rugs 9x12 fL f25 1 Kyzantine Rn9xI21t18Smyrna Rng9x121L 20 1 Smyrna Ruby 7 ft G in by 10 ftG in12 Delf nine Rug 12x16 ft12 1 Delf Blue Rug 9x12 ft t12- I DelI Blue Rug 7ft Gin by 10ft 0ij 4 1 Wood Fiber Rugredcd from 12 to 8 2 Vood Fiber Rugs rwlVd from 8 tn 5 These are we believe the very best Rug values ever offered in the city and are offered at nearly one half their real worth 0 1Q ij T4l t D- ICJBrowerCOJ MAIN AND BROADWAY LEXINGTON KY sptma7 1 rUT TtI HU NULL The editor of the CLIKAXWM at Frank ton and heard the confession of FWhar ton Golden who waS oca of the lead er w btorYtthoutumuch Distinguishedr timftyrahatiniquitous plot that I ever leard narrated in all the vel s of inv KentuckyEvenGoldenB testimony is startling if t ruetcaGOLDENS STORY IN BRIEF Goldens story is that be and the c colosework ot assembling and bringing to d pesperatenstructions were to get regular mountain feudists and that the was to rush into the Senate chamber or the legislative hall during A joint session and kill Goebeland enough Democrats to leave a Republican majority Be ceipis for money aggregating about 160 were produced signed by county lead whelparmy After the mountaineers got to Frankfort it was decided by Caleb Powers Fiulev Taylor and himself to Rend backto the mountains all the men except ten or fifteen picked men from each countv These were to remlinI and accomplish the required SOME OF GOLDENS ANSWERS Goebel is going to be killed this morning John Powers to Wharton GoldenThere were two negroes to kill Goe bel John Powers said there was Wharton Golden 1 am going to fire that pistol as far as I can see and I can kill him Gee hal Gd dn him as far as my eye can see bimTallow Dick Combs to Wharton Golden My God you people must do something first I can ret the militia soon enough Taylors statement in Wi bar- ton Uoldenspresenco on the morning of nGdiln them we have got them nowCalet Powers to Wharton Golden He Caleb Powers wanted men from the mountains that would go into the Legislative building anti kill out enough to make us have a majority Caleb Powers Secretary of State told me that he wanted me to go to Harlan and tell Hearst to send down ten men that were regular mountain feudists QNow what was your uuerstand Ing of the request Objected to by at torneys for the defendant Overruled by the Judge Q Now what was your understand inif of the request AI wont answer thatoQ Mr Witnessvou are not the Judge The court has said that it is a proper question and I want you to answer it What did you understand by that re quest WANTED TO KILL LEGISLATORS AWell he meant men that would stand up and would go into the Legis lative building and kill out enongh to make us have a majority in his favor Q What further did you tell him Athat was all QNow Mr Witness state whether or not anything was said by you and Culton to the manner in which the witnesses should be equipped Yes sir the men wanted were to have pistolsQ selected as witnesses A No ir- t1Vid you Know any of the me- nAI knew Howard anti Wade Skid moro an exsheritr up there QVid they come as a part of the ten that were asked for A Yes sir WHAT TAYLOR SAIDIGolden bore out the forecast of his testimony published in Sunday morn ings CourierJournal stating that Tay lor saul to a mountain man in the pres ones of Powers and himallfhYon people must act first and then I will M enoughThin before Coy Goebel was shot olden further said that Taylor was associated with Charles Finley Caleb Powers John L Powers anti himself in rcgularscribed the character of mountain men whom Caleb Powers ordered himself and other friends to bring to Frankfort ACCUSATION AGAINST TAYLOR QVellwhere was this conversa tiou AIt was lu the room between thin two ofllces- Q Is not that the Governors office A I dont know It is the middle room QWell go ahead A Well the Governor and State Treasurer were there and Caleb Powers QSow state if any white came up AYes sir E J Howardp Whitley He wa talkirg to Taylor He was interceding for the calling oi i the militia Taylor said My God you people must do something first Q What did be say he would do A He said I can get the militia soon enough Q What did you understandabout that What was it AI understood tlat we were to raise a riot in the Senate chamber and ha would call them outQ What were you to do to Goebel AHe was In the Senate chamber and the militia might be called out CWhat else AWell as I told cleanupQ JIow A Kill them QAuad after that the Governor would call out the militia AHe die not tell me that It was to Mr Howard he was telling it GOEBEL is GOING TO RE KILLED THIS MORNING QWpll proceed now and answer what was done AWell I dont know anything what was done I antImmediately i Capitol building I saw John Powers giving the key to a blackbeaded fellow stnndingoing tobe killed this morning Q What did you say AI said that must not be done saidDont JtOtoOULTONS CONNECTION WITH IT waMrdilferentQDld you talk with him AYes sirQDid you talk about the purpose you had in mint AYea sir QDid you talk with him about the ObjectedQDld you say Monday was the time Ysaidsir The above are extracts from and sam pies of the great mass of continuously testimollYJivenfort Saturday after adjournment I was told that at least six witnesses would anthatthanhas1 sayWharton j omployeunder leilowtownlmat4 He was with them when they flee to Louisville the morning Goebel was shot thatbrouadoes and feudista to Frankfurt kill the Democrat INformation I others and prevent the Republicans from holding a State convention for the next for y years laitysgoodspend lila rooey1or his parry heW o f tee wafer It aad staid M hlllwmottnteiB of Kentucky u ajwtiMeB II publican there k sow HB worthy of be llct is a traitor a drunkard a liar a eoundrel Hlother nothings too imtn eroua to mention Another caso of whose ox is gored As old Judge Moore a L BuetTbo Republicans and many BrownSemocrats have been clamoring al wanted wanted tueresrettetl that they now try to under te the importance of the tstirnonyof e one witness who can theyhavetool GOLDEN vinswas good enough to be promised the TayiloruntrymengHAVING given elsewhere the salient oints of ioldens confession the re byGovness Monday was occupied in this trying ordeal and without comment of our own we print Cot Breckinridgeu yesterlnysLexlnJrtou In the cross examination of Ser geant Golden in the Powers trial the itumess stuck to his original story fairly ell remainin vIrtually unskaken In bisformert NheirMonday and Bent delegates to the Kansas City convention instructed for Bryan for President The platform ryanandindorsed platformin spirit also declares specifically for imperialibmRepublican policy toward Ports Rico Tbo Nebraska Populists met in Lincoln on the same day and also indorsed fpeaturesgoesNeblllllka Tux Democratic party does not want men to be convicted upon the testi mony of this man Wharton Golden alone He is a selfconfessed cocon- spirator in the assassination of Gov Goebel smith hit statements are to be re garded with due consideration for all the circumstances leading up to hL confession If he is telling the truth murder will out sooner or later and the truth will be brought to light inevitably It is the bounden duty of those men and of that party which stand before the world accused of Goebels murder it is the duty of all parties to unite in an elfort to unearth the wretch that fired time fatal shot that the guilty may be punished and the innocent go free Unless this concert appropriationforbe employed to bring the criminal to justice Ihe reputation of a State already steeped in crime is at stake Let all good men who deplore the assassin ation all men who want peace restored use their influence to the end that justice shall riot be defeated If there itbyspeedy apprehension and conviction of WomansTrIumphant WomaniSuffrage heenfoundgiveherShe ill Mrs John Guth of Ienver who conducted a gamblitighouse on 18th treet and opularl known as the omansClubbout 1000 influential women iexertng Itself to secure the honest enforce ment of the law against gambling and the fact that women have the j Hot Btrengthena their hands in this fifort MrsGuth thathlrI wish some people in Denver would t whomheyfor a living If these Woman Suffra gists who leave their homes and babies to run about in politics and mix up with other peoples affairs would stay at homo and do what they were put there for townThingst where business was given an impetus by the freedom of tho people and now comes this crowd to set town back again BatMasterson r in the Boston Postdeclared that woman suffrage had ruined the city by its de indUlltryt he was prizefighter who killed sever nmblinshouseamonras a result of equafgnffrage PERSONAL Rev J IV Tyler spent Sunday atMt Sterling Mr G D Chenanlt spent Sunday in Versailles Mrs Leo Todd has returned from Missouri fewdasoMhomeAttorney W Me Johnson of Lancaster was here Monday offriendsMrs C K Oldham of Mt Sterling was here over Sunday Mr W S Moberley has returned from a trip to Cincinnati Mr Robt R Burnnm was in Louisville a few days last week Mrs George Boone of Louisville is with Mrs J Stone Walker Mrs C C Wallace is ill at her rooms next to the government building Dr David Bennett of Lexington spent Sunday here with relatives Mrs Frank Hnnkins of Lexington was the guest of friends here last week Mrs Louisa Gilbert of Lexington is visining Mrs D F Owens at Bed G D Chenault is in Versailles LewisJohntiteneMrs T D Chenault Jr has retnrn itCovingtonMr Woodbury of Middlesboro WHS with his son William several days this week Mr L P Evans leaves tins week to visit his sister Miss Mary Evans at Oxford O Col S M Duncan of Nicholasville was here on Tuesday with Col Bennett 11 Young yfLouisville Mr Sam Bennett of Frankfort came np Sunday to see his niece Mrs 1 D Paul Collins JMePsrs Newton Shropshire and An gus Eastman attended time dance Wlnchester Tuesday night Miss Resale McGinn of Versailles ie the attractive guest of her sister Mrs John K Pates on Broadway Lexinstothe guest of the Misses Riusell Mrs Odione ot Springfield Illinois SHoberley merywhohand Mm W K Letcber is ia Lexing too retYnM41beft1eher terlIri Horace Doi rt at 1 W Howe Muse AMte Oy M ft had HMMB IJo4 r1S14 r I- tj t lJ r t visit to Mrs Frank Hardesty of Lex injtton v MrJ SpOO1 Smith left Monday for WaahmiugtotGitywhiere lie wljtapd examination1Jor it position can s office Mr and Mrs Uoylo fades nee Bliss usan Cromwell utter a delightful visit 10 Gbv and Mrs MuUre ry have re rned to Danville itiProfe se prveralof S P Let Institute Mr and Mrs Paul Collins have re tu tilrnedMrs John Iteiil Mrl Jcvi Rode If siting relativog in Richmond Ky Lexington Herald M timissT luheyW their homepsMr Cabell 11 Chcnault and his mother Mrs David Clienanlt Sr are expected home this week from Hot Springs where Mr Chenault has been recuperating They also went to Galveston Texas and witnessed theevolu lions of a fleet of wrai ships in the harbor there Mr Rosco Reeves line returned to p tiositione Mnoughlengthy farewell to have soaked in feithThe Prandennial Club was entertained at a handsome supper by Dr Murisou Dunn last Thursday evening Owing to the absence of some members of the class and the fact that the subject had been insufficiently announced the discussion of the question of the Porto Rican Tariff was deferred until Thursday April 5 when the club will meet with Prof Sanderson LMilton Lsonwho resided so many ears at Kirks ville this county is now at the head of a school at uptobebrljzht s t Lourcep arentsHRELIGIOUS The Lords supper will be administered at the First Presbyterian church on Sunday morning imeiLsAs preparatory to the communion services next Snnday in the First Pros byterian church there will be a series of mneetingsbeginqlng tonight an 730 and continuing every tii ht this week amid on Saturday morning at 1030 oclock public is cordially invited to all these services Sundaychurch by Elder Garrison of Danville He is a pleasing speaker of Rood pul pit presence with a clear strung voice mayjndgeHe is delighting the large audiences Upetinlrhtwenty members to the church DEATIJSf WELLSHenry Wells age 68 died near Speedwell Wednesday March 21 after a brief believing from the first that the end of his earthly pil grimage was at hand He was a of Mr Richard Wells a cousin of Mr C T Wells and leaves a wife his second and several children WELLS Mrs Lou Wells beloved wife of Mr A C Wells died on Thurs ridayDeceasedtian church and out of respect to her memory the actors of the Womans Congress to have been given Friday afternoon by members of her church abandoned tho performance Mrs childrencommunity is extendedpESTILL Col James Robert Estill brother of Major J T Estlll of Madi son county died at his homeEstill HowardIJunty Mo March 11th lOCO was a grandson of Capt James Estill of historic fame and lieSWits also a grandson of Col Kodes a noted financier of Madison county Kentucky He accumulated a magnificent fortune being one of the wealthiest men in Missouri His grandmother was Mrs Mary Ann Campbell of fablystood long and high as a leader in the Christian church He was prominently interested in the State Orphan School for girls at Fulton Missouri a man of great phil antbropy and his death is regarded as a public calamity Mrs John CUn- ningham and Mrs Laura Estill Francis of Rosedale Cunningham Station are deeply grieved and mourn the loss of their dearly beloved nobleuncle Paris Reporter A Great Show was the Womans Congress jammedfullence that saw the exhibition last Thursday night by local talent entitled Woman Triumphant or the Congress of 1950 It was a tremendous success from beginning to end It 3apaceso many there were but all abmit that Squire Armer was a pronounced and conspicuous success The eighteen young ladies did splendidly and the sir gentlemen surprised everyone by their extraordinary histrionic talentP- ROGRAMME 6TRBET SCBIfB Senator RatlerMfsII3ennle Ford Senator RaceflAlI Ballard George Senator Ratlers HnllbandD P Armer Senator ClaypoleMtsi Janle Feland DeatherageMrsPoliceman Oscar Nuss DOMESTIC Mr EraggardD P Armer Mrs DraggamMiIlB Lena Stivers Taylor30hnnyMrs MlddletreeMlsa May Taylor COXGBESSIOHAL CoyleSpeaker HouseRollTurleyPresentationTAKISO EXCEPTION TO JODBaJuI OormteyMIIIICSAVPIOX OF MODEST PARtY Mrs Yoeman gfAJaMizsEnimADuacarCM- AIiPION OP UrTODATZ PABTT Miss Simple ofRyMlss1fary Coyle- BOUSB VBIOtlTESBD BY SHAKBS Mischievous DOTnnJIIlell Deatherage PKBATK COXTIMURS Modest Dressed Ladies DejarnetiMrsHunleyMrsSkitUewattleHJu Mrs tIolywaterMlsaJennle Ford DykesMNUPtODATB PAn MiuGlnghamsnatch rMlu sobMiss BkedamjioMtaa Ballard LonjMtssAlimony MissMaupinMlssAUover MIllS Oogieeye MUs Powell Miss Bandy bobin Miss May Taylor DUCK COEBT BOWS- EJollce Judge wMis Alice hums Lady PolIceLMtas Kobe SimmonstCourt LoafersC- ABIKETSCESB President Miss Mary Cole PowellSecretarySecretary of Treasury Mtos Emma Duncan KobsBeporternCEOTKSB SECBETAB1ES- a Lea 8tiveraXIas May Taylor MtosLonr Mi s MInaie Dykes ArnoldPageSurrender Chores During the cramming by unaaimouR coueent of the Congress Prof Cldwell of Millereb rg swig a q1iKtteJ wiiiob wat rather too tNofialbNtnoata the 1M1joyable te oe nc nmmuA ja 1ie sung Over tlJilr- r1I laMe M WIM wtM wrm kita wttparalyais at 14111tirky died Miaeby ri e n t JU CINQrGvEi0a t Jh iiowlll 181111 jttdmzmuen tan ler by Judgw Emmett field on fatur da Tho court doth now therefore ad judge that the defendant Viiiam f1avlorhas usurped and ill now usurp g the oflice of Governor of this Com tcalthnntl that he is hereby de iveml of and is adjudged to have no- htor title wlmt tr to said dtlice or to the posBesiiiiiii of nbo thereof plaintelected and legally qualified Lieutenant Governor of the Counnonwealih Ken tucky and as such is entitled to the fnll po gue09 and is also enthled to time imtnedurte of time Executive offices ovided by the Commonwealthforthe o of the Governor located at Frank fort Kcntuckvin the Capitol building Well as all time records archives books papers journals and other thlnca pertaining to time said ollice and it is now adjudged and ordered that the said oflice books archives mind journals shall be immediately enrren del ll by said Taylor and delivered to the said J C W Beckham plaintlOfendants W S Taylor and John aralmali lila costs herein expended for hich he may have execution It is further adjudged that the de ndant L H Carter was duly and- gularly elected as President of the Senate of the State of Kentucky after J C W Beckham qualified and en te red upon the discharge of his duties as Governor aforesaid and that as such President ho is entitled to exercise andddischarge time duties of said L Governor for tho time be iae ca provided by law It is now therefore furthfir ordbred and adjudged that the defendant John Marshall has usurped the ollke of- ieutenant Governor and that lie is ereby deprived thereof and timaL said H Carter is entitled to the full pos of saId office of Lieutenant Governor and of all the records books papers journals and other things pertaining to said office anti that same shall be immediately surrendered by the said John Marshall unto the said H Carter It is further adjudged that the said L Carter recover Ills costs herein ex pended against the said John Marshall and William S Taylor anti may have execution therefore The court doth now order and ad judge that the petitions and counter lalneof W S Taylor and John 3Iar hall heiein be and the same are hereby dismissed To the judgment of the ourt afore said and time conclusion of law and fact therein thasaid William S Taylor and John Marshall b counsel objected nnd excepted and still object ex copt and pray an appeal to the Court of Appeals which is granted Three Grecnway Boys in a Hospital oyoungorbroihierfGreenway the two Yale athletes who Hospitalforoperations for appendicitis was install ed in tho that hospital yesterday says Mondays New York Sun He was suffering from tonsillitis Tho Sun of last Monday told how Gil ert Greenway had come to New York rom New Haven and had been operated upon for appendicitis and how his brother John CL who had come to New York to be with him bad also become ill and been operated upon for the same disease William came on to be with his two brothers and when lie yesterdayMrsdecided that it was useless for her to have apartments away from the hospi tal and rented a room for her own use At the hospital last night it was said t t getingThe arc known here Ing near relatives of Cot David W Irvine Col I Shelby Irvine and Mrs Wm Irvine There is more Catarrh in this section of the country than all other disease ut together and until the last few years was supposed to be incurable For a creat many years doctors pronounced it a local disease and prescribed local remedies and by constantly failing to cure with local the pronounced it incurable has proven catarrh to lie a constitutional disease and therefore re quireaconstitutional treatment Halls Catarrb Cnre manufactured by F J Cheney Co Toledo Ohio is time only constitutional treatment on the market It is taken internally in doses rom 10 drops to a teaspoonfuf It acta on the blood and mucous stir faces of the system They olfer 100 for any case it fails to cure Send for circulars anti testimonials Address F J CHENEY CO Toledo O Sold by all drusrgists 75 cents Halls Family Pills are the best Ira MIXED PAINTS We manufacture for aVe y purpose of Interior and Exterior painting in all the different colors and shades of colors imdo iy the same formula with the necessary Improvements as more than 0 years actual practical experience suggested We guarantee there are none on the market superior at any price We know there are other good paints ofrtbe market and then we known that there are some third and fourth gradinixed paints with flashy Red White and Blue labels that are offered as firstclass goods Now in order ta protect yourself against im position scantinize the label well and the gaurantee if there bo any then ask time dealer to show you the manufac turers catalogue to show whether be a first second third fourth or lower grade It seems to bo a custom ot manufacturers of Cheap Paints to label time packages with a highly colored and attractive label Some cost as low as 40 cents per gallon and sold at retail from SICO to 125 per gallon A good Mixed Paint can not be produced at less than 125 per gallon- Respectfully Submitted GEOMJILLGING Wallpapers Window Shades Pic ture Frames Paints Oils Varnishes Brushes Glass c Stock the largest Prices always the lowest Your inspection requested 4 S3 Mill STRE- ETBIOHMONDKY Big Fom Route Magnificent Vustibuled Trains with un equaled lIn 0r Sirrics to CHICAGOLake ST Louis Via Merchants Bridge No Tunnel BOSTON itOnly rimmtiglmsiccping Car Line NEW YORK ft Only Depotin the City Fast Schedules Fine Equipment SMbotk Tracks WAtRENJLYNCl Y KMJM UeBl rM JtXfkiJkat AoBfA1tIt Jr8ll 1 Uo JLU HI PERFECT TEETH aranteed for fifteen years and which perform all the fnntions of the natal masticators are the only kind made by DR HOBSONISuperior material fit ansi workman ship are features ofour- ARTIFICIAL TEETH JlppearllncethatPainless extracting 25 cents line fi goldllingASK OUir PATIENTS DR HOBSON Dentis- tOfficeoiextdoortoGovernmentBldg i n JIobmn Bldg Richmond Ky Of fice opoilall night You cantjudge accurately of a mans by lila demeanor on his wed ing anniversaries Some people nre always willing to take advice but never use it cOIJGtr RqIiil5 Skill which only comes through practice ant long experience to launder goods well The help employed at the Richmond Laundry are experts in their lino ant can put a finish on starched or unstarched goods which is not equaled elsewhere in the city Particular attention is given to Collars CutTs nnd Shirtsand we aCKnow- ledge no superiors in this line of work RICHMOND STEAM LAUNDRY 1 VI If 178- OME RARE BARGAIN8 For Your Consideration I ts Weare determined to close out our stock of Shoes at r once and will devote our attention to Dry Goods exclusively hereafter c some of our prices Mens Kangaroo Calf broad last plain toe com NOTE and neat worth 250 go at 198 A plain black shoe heavy sole 4 E made for rough weir worth 150 ndw98 A solid leather counter leather lined coin toe with heavy sole the very shoe to protect you from wet feet and colds worth 250 at 198 A line of Plow Shoes that were 150 now 110 We have a few pairs of ffi Hartford Boots left and they go atwell weve marked them at a price too low 7it to mention ffi Our ladies misses and childrens shoes have been cut in price propor tionately Ladies Kid Shoes common sense toe with low broad heels worth t150 now 125 Others same description were 125 now DOe Misses up 1tbdate styles Vici Kid Shoes worth 150 now S1150ur lot of Childs Toe Shoos that were 125 now go for 99c Our stock of STEW SPRING GOODS is coming in and merits your attention We will be pleased to show you QUI line of Calicoes Ginghamsi Scotch Lawns Dimities Percales Silk Ginghams and other dress latest styles and shades You will find the prices right too Swiss and Linen 9 Embroideries from 3 to 40c per yard 71 All over Embroideries 49c up Ribbon Taffetas in all colorsplain and I corded finish 20 to 45c per yard Ladies Black Ribbed Hose worth 20ca = pair 2 pair for 25c Lace striped hose at 25c A fast black lisle hose at 45c worth GOc Ladies skirts mercerized sateen ODe Ladies silkatine skirts with deep flounce corded raffle all colors 49 79 and ODe great values at those prices Infants Caps 9c Infants embroidered silk caps 25c Clarks Thread I 4c per spool TOBACCO CANVAS 2c PER YARD Watch for our future announcements 1 OWElfT MCKEEo t4 7I 71 J F7 rI f fj 7 Dr louis H Landman No West Ninth Street Cincinnati Ohio will be at M M Millers residence second door to PoatoiQce Richmond Ky on WEDNESDAY APRIL 11 1900 returning every second Wednesday o each month Reference every physician of Rich mond Ky maylly All queer people think everybody else is odd and they are not far from right OUffNSWARf AT COST + 1ip +H++++++ +Having decided to quit the Queensware Business we offer our entire stock at 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 stockof GROCERIES will be kept up to the stand ard and we solicit your patronage guaranteeing atall times to giveyou good goods at reasonable prices Goods exchanged for Country Produce Higgins ElliSo yo Y y T ITDr1T Tl Srucuse Chilled P OE FAIM FENCE Continental Disc Harrows Hamilton Corn Planters Malta Corn Cultivators New Departure Corn Cultivators McColm Soil Pulverizer T Malta Double Shovel Plows l y Champion Binders and Mowers Horse Collars PtdS TracesBack hands Bridles lames Plow lines Wood and Steel Double Trees Hoes Mattocks Build ers Sipplies The above we respectfully submit to your careful consideration when in the market at LiyingPricesII GIVE THE BOYS A GRANGE c 4 DOUGLAS SIMMONS IlltOTfARE STOYHf Tflfl1E mehllyI PITT BURG ENTRAL TK YRL EAST LIBERTY PA OFFER SUPERIOR ADVANTAGES TO SHIPPFRS rearrangedItBest Distributing Point East of Indianapolis Jor Balti more Washington Philadelphia New York and all Eastern markets God buyers always in attendance for export cattle and J all other kinds of stock- Consignments for Commission firms given prompt at tention PRIVATE HOSE EVERY WEEKOA YsIrdON u General If A A t STOCK TAIINit- fliNOWVcAnd it revealed the fact that we have a number 4 of remnants which will be sold at half of the former price Our REMNANT COUNTER 01 isfull of short lengths and at prices that will open your eyes aWe I J have bought 200 pairs of Drummers Sam pIe Shoes which we have put on sale at SOc 1 I- w We put on sale 250 pairs of Ladles Wool Hose Jworth 25 and 30c at 19c 1tLadies Fine Cashmere Hose worth 50c at 39c Ladies Fine Cashmere Hose worth 40e at 25e AtLadies Fine Fleeced Line Hose worth 50cat39c Jr Ladies Fleeced Line Hose worth 40c at 25c 75 pairs of Infants Wool Hose worth 10 and 15c at oc y 100 pairs of Mens and Boys Wool Hose worth l25c at 15c + 4J iaok Dr ss GDO S Rcaucca 3There are several sorts of critics Those3 flaws iu everything Destroy be cause they cantiot build Those who look if through biased glasses and those who basea conclusions on ascertained facts Critics V who deal in facts say Elders Dress Goods 1j3goods of same quality S2 50 Silk and Wool Crepons at 1 25 2 00 Silk and Wool Crepons at 1 00 SI 50 Silk and Wool Crepons at 75c t11 00 Silk and Wool Crepons at JOe 1Y t75c Silk and Wool Crepons at 45c UOur line of Blackflress Goodsat 2529 35 45 75c and 1 cannot be equalled in valuesa9and matchless prices Linings 5 to 35c Rugs Carpets Mattings and Floor Oil Cloths Rug Carpet Matting and Floor OH Cloth selling Is getting to be a more methodsTherelentless sell off straggling Iota to admit full lines Come and inspect our stock Prices will please yon Look at what we have bo wJ f w SPECIAL OFFERINGS ghTHIS MONTH CLOTHIKSSl COSSETS In our DRESS GOODS TEIITMINOS UNDERWEAR HOSIERY CORSETS J SUITS LIN ENSb Wa nn vn nn money an everything you need and on Paper Patterns we can save yon from 5 o5cents on a single pattern and the Best in the market at that Samples l11 cheerfully tent on application 3 5 ands3moPrices Q Long Waist 1100 R if O Short JlflO Nor iIitIeBull CALLS PATTERNS ODONNELL Mgr DLANKETSIJAlUEL This is the place to buy the McCall Bazar Patterns the boat la the world We have p j youInis a remarKaoiy good sail cheap moniaur nbimcarmon muee time aiccami 1 annumIncludingyOnr stuck otNotloBS Tiaware CHores c are complete India Lin ensCcnp Laces 5c per down np Lace CartaiBS 3Q to 5 pair Mall ordera promptly attested to On receipt ot a Postal Card asking for one 4 we will mall our FMhhHi Skeeta to any Wishing oc new friend themforLL = 4tJtvpectfitlfy Submitted to Cit Trade a ET ELDER 44- w I i if i n It Is Not THE MATERIALAL- GETHER THAT MilES OURIS i i The Best We use good material but anybody can buy good material tisthe fit and 1ci WDrim nshiJ As well as the good material which make our garments so emi nently satisfactory H S STOUT ll llSII1idA Cute One Door East of W D Old ham on Main Street febllr VeeNew 7 i IS OUR LINE QE 11900 W ALI ADER dI li J t Which we have recent 4S ly added to our stock We have connected with us Mr W L LEEDS V 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 of the very freshest and purest drugs druggist sundries and stationery Please call and examine our stock before purchasing else where as we will take pleasure in showing you our goods whether you buy ResptI PERRY 4 THOMAS wo 213 MalnStreetRJchmond Ky PHONE NO 11 JanUlr Your fiain= Our Loss THATS WHAT OUR GR- ANDCLEARANCE SALEOF BOOTS AND SHOES E8 Every one knows that all kind of leather goods are ad vancing and will continue to advance But iu the face of the advance we are knocking the price down We are of fering goods at a less price than we could possibly replace LargSpringTHEY GO i Regular Price Reduced To Mens Boots New Stock3 00 2 00 Mens Boots New Stock 2 00 1 50 Mens Bootees Very Fineoo eo 00 5 00 4 00 Mens Bootees Very Fine 00 4 00 00 3 00 Ladies Fine Shoes UptoStyle 3 00 2 00 Ladies Fine Shoes Beauties 2 00 1 50 Mens Tan and Box Calf Latest Styles 3 50 00 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 irvII S A WILSON P II JI PliES C M KENNEDY P AI IL SECY RICHMOND SCHOOL AND INFIRMARY OF VEAGECTIC llEAL1N RICHMOND KY MAGNErICHEALINGtreat any and all diseases without the use of drugs or medicine giveabsentGARNETTnoBranch office NewbyKy Address all correspondence to C M KENNEDY Secy KENTUCKY CARRIAGE WORKS JOHN DONELSON PROPRIETOR We theBESTHIGHGRADE CARRIAGES J CULTIVATE m thefSjPfS i 1IilJElIi ery or good HARDWARE of any kind Then teg Ii why try to use such INFERIOR STUFF Repairs are constantly necessary and the old machine jjjjf3 f3 gives out before it has made a return of fifty aper cent on your outlay Wei guarantee- D Kr3VULCAN REPAIRS to COST LESS than any S handleEaJg5corn- parisotiTwith r I ty bouseputedtobeverycheap TAYLOR BROS r d e L ii i r Jaiii W MEM4MY9F MY KLOYEB M4THER ES ItULE CHENAWLT CLAY WHO WEB WYE 22 1We Dear mother you have gone before To guide sour loved ones home Though Ufo tnm fair and bright to you Your Sartor bid you come We broaghtyonbaqk t o your old honie The place you liked the beat And there beiide your father dead Tour dear loved form reati q stand beside your grave and weep A lad farewell In time For duty calls me b cV again To the home you left behind And often In Its now loney room Will I sit and close my eyes And my thoughts will ever be of you And the place where mother lies I nat still we cannot say met yet Gods will not ours be done A happy home is broken now Its brightest gem Is gone Tie true our home is lonely now There Is a vacant chair Wo mlsa her gentle voice of love We miss her everywhere The Lord thought best to take away The idol of our hearts Be chastens all he loves you know And aenda each cmel dart Bnt still we would not call her back To suffer longer berettWhen we know she is waiting over there So far and yet ao near Think not dear friends that she is lost She is only gone before To wait a little while for ns On that bright celestial shore Soon we too may find the land And live among the blest Where the wicked cease from troubling And the weary are at rest Little Nannie Clay The only child of1dra Estelle Chenault Clay Deceased WASHINGTON LETTER The muddled condition of the Republican party in regard to Porto Rico should be highly encouraging to the Democrats who sticking fast to the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution cnn afford to watch with complacency the struggles of their op ponents to square their consciences with their dealings and with political expediency as well With the House pulling one way the Senate pulling the other and the President on the fence ready to flop it is difficult to tell just how the matter will finally be adjusted It now seems likely however thattheI2000000 gift bill will be the tariff bill so amended as to strikeout duties on goods sent from the United States to Porto Rico The provision from a delegate in Congress will also be stricken out for what exact purpose no one seems to know unless it is to enforce the fact that the Porto Ricans are a subject people The combined bill as amended will supply the Porto Rican government with necessary money for temporary expen ses will put its markets at the mercy of American manufacturers and will retain 15 per cent protection for the United Slates sugar and tobacco trusts Thus everybody ought to be happy ex cept the Porto Rican people who will pay the duty and be taxed without representation Such a little thing ns this however should not trouble Americans whose ancestors went to war with the greatest empire in the world because of its attempt to enforce a similar state of affairs against them How clearly all this is a matter of expediency is shown by the fact that the agreement was only obtained br the threat of Sen ator Foraker that if something of the kind Is not decided on lie would intro duce a bill giving full territorial rights to Porto Rico and force it to passage by the assistance of the Democratic votes The administration continues to op pose the Davis amendment to the Hay Pauncefote treaty and Secretary Hay has gone solar as to supply the British with a reason for rejecting it If adopted by asserting officially that a similar provision in the Suez convention was omitted intentionally because the con ditions were different When Lord Salisbury quotes his own language back to him Mr Hay wilTHbubtless beat a loss to reply The amendment however in the opinion of all Democratic Senators is worse than useless jn that it does not gives the right to tortify Without that right we cat only defend the canal by keeping a fleet of warships at each end of it audit is quite obvious that we am likely to have no warships to spare after defend- Ing our enormous coast line against any firstclass power However tbe Republicans have got to do something to hold up their endand not confess defeat on every suggestion and policy that they make and so it is probable that the treaty will be amended and passedThe publishers of the country continue to make bitter attacks on the Loud Postal Bill One of them Jglin Elderkin of New York said recentJy I Mr Loud does not realize the trouble he is making for the administration His bill if it passes will cause more loes and embarrastnent to the country press than anything that has happened in twentyfive years If Mr Loud wishes to know how limiting sample copies to 500 of any one hens will affect the country press in towns of over 5000 in habitants let him talk with Perry Heath or any other well informed newspaper mau who has had experience in building up the circulation of a newspaper in a small city The count try newspapers did an immense service in the campaign which resulted in the DR PIERCES FAVORITE PRESCRIPTION LXs Weak Women StrongSick Well- A TME TEMPMUWC XlBOKWi JCtllta = itji l 6il is womaas natural destiny f MOTHERHOOD are denied the happiness of children derangement of the generative organs rareIof Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable SORROWS OFSTERILITY Compound is me overcoming of cases of supposed barrenness Tfiis great medicine is so well calculated to regulate every function of the generative or gans that its efficiency is vouched for by multitudes of women MRS ED WOLFORD of Lone Tree Iowa writes t DEAR MRS PIKKHAM Before taking Lydia is ilnKnam s Vegetable Compound I had one child which lived only six hours The doctor said it did11ot hlve the proper nourishment while I was carrying it I did not feel at all well during preg nancy In time I conceived again and A thought I would write to you for advice Words cannot express the gratitude I feel towards you for the help that your medicine was to me during this time felt like a new person did my w tip to the last and was sick only Ijshort time My baby weighed pounds lie is a line boy rue joy of our home He is now six weeks old and weighs sixteen pounds Your medicine is cer tainly a boon in pregnancy MRS FLORA COOPER of Doyle S Dak writes DEAR MRS PINKHAM Ever since my last child I j suffered with inflammation of the womb pains in back left 1 side abdomen and groins My head ached all the time I could not walk across the floor withoutsuffering intense pain I kept getting worse until two years ago I wrote to you for advice and began taking Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound IL I had not finished the first bottle before I felt better I took four bottles and have been strong and perfectly healthy ever since and now have two of the nicest little girls election of McKlnlev and the ten thousand and morn newspapers which did the work are entitled to some consideration from Mr Loud although beseems to think that the principal thine to be accomplished by the passage ofsi his bill is his vindication The holding up of Gen Wheelers resignation is likely to have serious consequences for the soldier statesman and will probably result in his having to be reelected before ho can take his seat in Congress which it is rumored was exactly the end which the man who held it up had in view If Gen Wheelers resignation had been accepts ed before Congress convened he could have taken his seat without a word of protest but now he cannot do so The question iswho in the War Department was able to work his spite against the the little GeneralOtis Cordiu or some underling When the General on his arrival at San Francisco from the Phil ipplnes announced that he had resign ed from the army last November Adjt Gen Corbin stated in positive terms that he had not before heard of the resignation The next day Gen Cor bin said Gen Wheelers res lnatlon had hjustwhere it had lain according to the Adjutant General for nearly two months He was careful at the same time to intimate that the resignation hail been to the Presidents ftentionters at the White House refuse to dis cuss the subject Hence it is probable that unless Gen Wheelerx who is mainly interested insists upon an explanation the matter will be allowed to remain just as it is doubtless to the in Adiujtantthe possibilities for carlessness an fI spite work in themilitary service dis closed by the incident A Sweeping Denial From Colleqe Hill GIY ing the City Health Bo rd Hail Columbia When the Richmond Board of Health reads this it will have little trouble in vindicating its position Mr Melon to the contrary notwithstandingg WINOIIESTEB SUN SIb Last week we published an article concerning the smallpox situation in Madison county the same having special leference to the progressive lit of College article was based upon what we consideredat the time reliable re but it seems in view of the subjoined letter that our information was mainly incorrect amendehonorabll COLLEGE HILL Mar 5 1900 Editor irincAesfcr Sun Being the only reader of the Sun at this place I feel it my duty as well as- a pleasure in behalf of my village nnd thehlments in your last issue regarding the smallpox situation in our village I know not as to your authority but you ndInstlable and untrue reports which have been in rapid circulation for the past todoubtPerhapsI the Little Bluegrass Capital Rich mond which has had any number of forfearring it into the ears of our countrymen affairsis due to the ihcompetency and negli andthewhich is generally characteristic of placesAnd and past condition of smallpox in College Hill TherehavefamIlyInSamuel Willoughbv having the disease this is the most untrue and intolerable report yet published The death of shinlnllightshock to all has been the only one resulting rom the disease As to the beingoutwhole family has been fumigated and released from quarantine Drs Combs and Gibson have the disease wellnigh under control Business is being revived and everything goes to prove de CollexoHillPlease do not consider this letter as a rebuke or at all unfriendly but Clark county contains many of my friends wlfeIfeelis due yonand your readers With best wishes for your success I am Yours WM MELON WAO0 lysubsideda rush hterElizabethCincinnati anti Chicaeothe past week yisithagCo11eKeJIiiIPI origlllalIy lItMil where Wck oil and thegM wells WS4 located ROTO years e A Jeremy juMice oftbm peace BMamd iIo Lard he fMTftlyM hitaMlf cad th New YotJclrSJ 011 tWa It s1yforsoa n i FARM AND STOCK 1TEHS FAYETTEIThe mule market was active Monday O pdefor good animals ranged from SlOO to 150 The usual demand and high prices are the result of the large ship ments of mules that have been made out of the United States Over 200CO have been shipped to South Africaand many hundred hasgone to Cuba Most of the mules here will beshippcd South to cotton raisers Milch cows were csrce and sold from 35 to O Tat hogs weighing 225 broucht4 cents 350 head of cattle sold at 33 to 4J The lamb trade showed up well Spring lambs engaged for early delivery brought the stiff price of 5 and 51 cent Corn sjld qp Monday at 250 per barrel delivered and oats at 15 per ton Lexington Gazette BOURBON Auctioneer AT Forsyth reports sale by C M Thomas assignee of AV S Lunceford Talbottnear North Middle town Thursday ns follows The ome place of 101 acres sold to Juuius Stone at f61 per acre W F Bryan bought eightynine acres at 48 per acre and Charles II Mcng bought eighty acres jat jO 10 per acre Ilorees brought from 20 to 176 twoyearolds rom 30 to 50 an average of f57 year ling3Eoldat18to2G23feedeni weixht about 800 pounds 3950 each j heifers 25 each i milch cows ID to 57 corn 105 per stack ioats 25c per dozen farm implements brought fair prices A large crowd present Paria Ken t uckiantTO TEST SEED CORN You can not tell good seed corn by l rookingyou take a dinner plate and fill itwith good earth plant your seed in It Over well and set away in a warm place All- seed that germinate within 30 hours are good seed and If there Is uniform ger mination then it is safe to plant the corn from which that was selected aCornoad Convenient Schedule of S Mails and also Railroad time Tables Postmaster Wallace has posted the following notices in conspicuous places in the pootoffice and we advise bankers- slOrekeeps and others to cut the follow lIStdttiksFor train No 2 L A mall for Valley View and Logana 515 a11I tmlullltare depot at 005 a m For train 10 L N mail COil fleets for all points North East South and West 600 a m train leaves depot at 620 a inoFor t Estill Silver Creek Paint LickLaucas ter and Stanford and connects tor all points NorlhSouth and West 830 a m train leaves depot at 855 a m For train No1 L d A mail to Iivine and intermediate offices 1135 a tu rains leave at U68 a UI s Livingtontrain leaves depot at 1251 p inyFor train No C L N all points North East South and AVeet 135 pm train leaves depot at 155 p in TiallWest 235 p m train leaves depot at 300 1 m poiutsNorthpouches for same are closed and locket at 820 p illSPlejee be posted ten ininuties before mail leaves otilce iu order to have saute dis patched according to TI mo Table O C WAIIAOK Postmaster According to an apparently authen tic article in a French periodical not leas than 20000 aristocrats are at pre eat confined in the prisons of Europe Russia stands first with 12000 blue blooded law breakers while Italy deserves to be accorded second position her places of detention harboring thousands of noblemen There are too many people telling us what Jackson would do if lie were alive now How do they know Would it not be better to stick to what Jackson did do There is such a thing as doing an injustlc to tho memory of the dtad Jackson would never have donated public money to a piivate bl1nkM Sad County Messenger A story comes from Michigan unquestionable aJlhority to the effect that a Holstehi cow in that State Ale three bushelsjjof apples out of a barrel iu a neighbors yard ifor several ditys she gave pure cider Avhfeh when churned yielded in excellent quaUly of apple butter The Now York Tribune administra tion supporter Us it is gives a number of frauds perpetrated on the Goveh nieilt jit connection with tljf Philip pines VbeafhpTrib ji0 feels ctiiI pdlcd to explain such tlunfl 4h0y iic t be pretty bad 4wa7 up itt the Republican town pf Lariiiini Michigan tne chteens fratfS pointed coonuitte9 to rid the IpwriVf negroes Oh tow we Rep btrl1I1I toIlove the iiegroeebeet yoHsg tini CelkewTithe TtTr WI W MbeJoril be- eedrnt iiiye- D It J = N7 r ifI I iiiiiiiiiII l HOW Tff MAKE RUSSIAN SALAB Take the breast and drumsticks of a flneIIsix good sized potatoes mince finely one large sour apple Mix all these to IiItWni Orr NewarkOsnys MinuteI never feel safe without One savedIpneumonia We think it is the beEt medicine It cnres coughs and all Inng diseases Pleasant to take harmless and gfves immediate results Perry Thomas HOW TO CURE HAM Sprinkle a ham weighing 16 to 18 pounds for one day with fine salt The next day mix Ij pounds of tine salt tiwo ounces saltpeter one ounce of black popper two ounces coriander seed pounded one pound course sugar and one pound molasses Hub the ham with this every day for four weeks Then put it to dry in a moder ately warm kitchen or send it to be smoked that Is itOU like smoked ham His Life Was Saved Mr J E Lilly a citizens flofful deliverance from a frightful death In telling of it he says 1 was taken with Typhoid Fever that ran into Pneumonia My lungs becamo hard cried I was so weak couldnt oven sit up in bed Nothing helped me I expected to soon die of Consumption whenT heard of Dr Kiwis New Iis- overyc One bottle gave great relief continued to use it and now am well and strong I cant say too much in Its raic This marvelous medicine is e surest and quickest cure in the world for all Throat and Lung Trouble Regular size 50 cents and 100 Trial bottle free at Perry Thomas Drugr Sfore every bottle guaranteed If Senator Goebel left a will it has not been found and it is probable that he left no instructions for the disposal of his large property Just how much he was worth is a question that interests some people A close friend who is in a position to know says that ho leftCOOOO in cash and other property worth 165000 He paid 60000 for one piece of land nenr Covington and spent 13000 for improvements on it It is now valued at 50000 He paid taxes on several lots in Wichita Kansas a large farm in Peiidleton county and wned besides bank stock building association stock and other securetles Mend County Messenger saysDeWittsvery best pills ever used fur costiveness liver and bowel troubles Perry Thomas A Dispatch from Frankfort says the whereabouts of Walter Day Republi can State Treasurer aud why his bond- sa such officer was never presented to the Senate for approval as the law require are questions being naked about the capital Day has not been seen about Frankfort for a week and the s tory is that he has gone to the menu on a visit tlmta1GaHylersDyspepsiacure every case of Catarrh Dyspepsia uovly E Gt Siggers Patent Lawyer Wash ington D C whose ad appears in our columns desires to notify inventors ni others that every patent procured through his office receives special mention In the Inyeniivo Age which is published at the National Capitol paperroftore This free ndertisement ought to make the patents cost more but Mr Signers has not increased his cliarges Uismarcks Iron Nerve Was the result of his splendid health Indomitable will and tromon dous energy are not found where Stomach Liver Kidneys und Bowels are ut of order If you want these qualities and the success they bring use Dr Kings New Life Pills They de velop eyery power of brain and body Only 25c at Perry Thomas Drug Store 2 The total value of the egs and chickens marketed in the United States last was 200000000 Tim magnitude oftlle poultry industry is made more evident in the fact that the value of the 1898 potato crop was only 0000000 and the total value of tho pig iron out put seldom exceeds 130000000 while the annual output of coaj amounts only to about 200000000 To secure the original witch Hazel alvo ask for DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve wellknowrr u certain cure for piles and skin diseases Buware of worthless counterfeits They are dan gerous Perry Thomas A littln more enthusiasm in the adoption of John Buskins ideas dur lug his lift would thinks tho Chicago Tribune have pleased him much better Tused ICodol DyspepsinCurein my Jlvcsimmediateand is truelv the dyspeptics best OverizelMichfail to cure Perry Thomas SOMETHING TO MT ALL DAY AuLimlilmIdnight IE1EiiRyNT QYfJERS ALL jiTYLI I REGULAR MEALS PRUITS CANDIES TOBACCO 6 G Jts ijxSiWQWIOHES 41t COFEE jJ jt 91iP l 1 1 r w c iS fr e a q o I A PLEASE TRYtf 1 l I ICANDY CATHARTIC f lOc 25c 50c 1 S lpOOOSEftTH8l FROM CHOLERA DURING THE PAST YEAR Tlio icrmtt of fliis Fatal Disease are Lurk lug Everjwlirrc Tlmnsanils of llnl Ian Save by This underfill il tovery Hundreds of thousands of dollars have been lost in the poultry busines on ac count of the devastation among the ocks caused by cholera roup pipe arid other fatal diseases There have been many remedies advanced hut none seem to be so successtul as the American Poultry Mixture This will cuie chickens in the last stage of cholera aud roup and is excellent for Rapes Do your fowls suffer from violent diar rhea dropping of the wings stupor or excessive thirst These are the first symptoms of cholera Cholera is a germ disease aud being infectious spreads rapidly through tile entire flock Take time by the forelock dont stop to experiment with unreliable or untried remedies Use this mixture once and the sanitary measures they in connection Dont give fowls up Cholera is a terrible disease but this remedy cures it every titire It- si also guaranteed for roup which can be told by hoarse breathing swelled eyes discharge at the nostrils resem Wing catarrh Fifty Collars is offered for any case the Mixture will not cure It some of your fowls are diseased it twill prevent the rest from catching itITry it It is cheap reliable and live a scientific preparation goes more than three times as tar as any other rem dytoes more good than all of them combined It is ueed and en dorsed by the most experienced and largest breeders of plain and fancy poultry in all parts of the world The manufacturers guarantee every package or refund purchase money If your druggist does not sell American Pool try Mixture hes behind the Rte In that case send for sample box to the American Mfg Co Terra Haute Ind irn A Rubber Tire Factory liars Mr S L MidkifT has installed the first and only plant in the county for the construction and repair of rubber tires for Vehicles and is turning out factory work at less than factory prices We examined his work and fcund it equal to any in service lie will be pleased to exhibit his own factory work and qnofe prices Ho puts rubber tires on old wheels and the life of the vehicle is prolonged so that twice their cost is saved not to mention the corn fort derived oct25tf For Sale 175 Acres of Land 5 miles south of Richmond near the pike dwelling with eight 8 rooms good barn and other buildings good le and peach orchard wellwatered state of cultivation church and school houses con venient Terms reasonable Possession given this fall A J HOUSE mch4tf White Hall Ky f CIRCULATING WASH BOILER I Ip ALLOWED MARCH 15m 911 I BOTTOM SHOWING COILED COPPER STEAM PIPES j I A Wsntts nat WlIls Eav iosoreIde tlrrt arm Be more tenrlntf of clothe aa aaMaehIneSaiikreeEoarthaI Price all Tin 300I Copperotorn filOOI Copper 11000 cxIirtalIg Wisk kUWCI 804 VIne St CtaelnattI Mo I lAocm I I WOOl tSI i1fIu TcsSei fcS fe SEEDS PraOcg Ike 1Mf rIf wrlftl 3a4jtiC wthcmcaadlkuOlOeecomme forallLe4iYw tIe5I4wthvailornefto Jt aMa11rit SeedCMaltiJaco eqIe14 sat1tMcLCw toummtc KT ii f 4t LiDRUG- GSTS I 21 OOODOD II SPRiNG 1 isi1fj Jil EIJ fItI I EJ r H J EI w Factory prices have c1vanccdon Ii Sjjilour can r iiI ducements that will interest and r sirn E benefit all We have a nice line 8i Eiof 7 feet allLinen Shade at 35c j I9ii1 a r rarijfrjjf Everything desired in uuder r1 Ii hI j l3Eftakin line w s OLDIIAM9SlI- i E3SUCCESSOR TO BIGGERSTAFF Ii OLDIIA5I fk j EJ Day Phone 76 Night 136 L 11J IDl9ffiL a N E EK C DIVISIONVIN EFFECT SUNDAY MAY 15 189S No t Cincinnati and Livingston Express south bound air Richmond 12 Mpm Lv mLIt northbound 12 20pm Lv 2 4 Stanford north bound 3 55am Lv 3 65am LviiS25jm 2OpmI2 Stanford 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Richmond Climax h WEDNESDAY MARCH 28 1000 unh Sheriffs Sale FORTAXES 1899 OF Land Town Lots r II II CoI r Sherill of Madison ennnty will otter at public sale in front of the Court House door in Richmond Kentucky on MONDAY APRIL 2D 1900 r It being County Court day between the hours oflO a m and p m the following property to pay the taxes a sfssed against the same for the year 1890 White List HK HMONDNO Ayere Nannio R nr town lot 1 200 Baxter Rebecca lir4l town lot 500 Baxter Dtrs Polly 20 acres torn 110 Bush Joe town lot 700 Cristlf Mrs Lottl S0 acres land 330 OotnelisniiJ heed lot 1200 Crandall Wm 1 lot 400 Carr Je Ailmr T li Marker 2 lots 1600 Clan Mis Mary lint 400 Davis Mrs nluu Hot 860 Dudley Mrs Nettie JJnri lot 4000 Garrison Bettie B oicrnr 110t500 Gentry Mrs Kate for 1809 1 lot 2uO Harrison 0 11ur10 town lots 800 Hicks Mrs Belle 2 town lots 900 Kelloy Mrs Nora 1 town lot 651 Miller B Dl lot SuO Maupin Mm Fanny D8D9 lot 600 Maupin Lizzlo D lot 750 Mulfliigor Fred 1 lot 250 HcKenna John 3 lots 6600 Neon Mrs Fannie 1 lot 300 Nolson Mrs Ed T 1 lot 100 Parker Mrs Rebecca 1 lot 600 Perkins Mrs Lou lot COO Roberts Mis M J lot 500 Itvmoll John W 1 lot 500 Blue Charles ur I lot 500 Suluniiilz Mrs Liza hrs lot 1500 Smith U HJrllot 2000 Tvyk rLZAgi Hart Taylors hrs lOt hf108 v 2100 Trowur Thomas 8fl acres 110 UrinstonT Enrllot 2000 Wortliaiti Joe B nr lot 100 Wrielil Until 1 lot 600 I KOXTOVVN NO2 Asbtllf Hinun 2 acres 810 D zfert ra 7 aurra 410 Emiir nyur 8 lots 1000 Kv Viii br iher and sister It s 110 FrlMin i fitry le O tiC res 810 Kitts max fir 25 acres J 110 JHIIMII Martha K CO acres 510 Joins lhvc inr 42 acres 1010 Nowby Mrs Lusimla 55 acres 710 S iiK8 David 82 jiortis 310 UNION NO3 AI H1 Mrs Jaby nr 4 acres Itnimy Nathan 4 acres 210 UlIn y Mrs Vary Jane hrs 19 Mere 210 Dennis Tack R rur O acres 510 llilf Yiiunuer 1Q4 acres 910 McOrd Lucy F 8 acres 10 Quhwnbftrry Mills lira 80 acres 1010 ItHvluirn Jas2ncres 70 Sexton A G 32 acres 260 Sltiftle Mrs Rice 2 acres 120 White Melvin nr 3 acres CO ELL TON NO 4 Adanie Allie W 25 acres 230 CMlHii Will It lot 640 Dozier Curt B 20 acres f 10 Finney Mary 11 16 acres i ICO FlKldar Win T 5 Iwres 170 Gentry David 3 acres 110 Grinstead Smith 1 lot 400 Harris Thomas 76 acres S90- Hislfi Wm R 1 hero 30 Hunter Wallace B 3 acres C- OJ4mes Annie I acre C- OKing Frauds M 15 acres A 110 King Mrs Nancy 25 acres 110 Lackey Lucas 20 acres 110 taint Susie it Brown Church 6 acres SO Lee Elizabeth fnr 10 acre 110 Leeford Sherman nr aures MO Lamb 55ncK A tmr Ann een 50 acres 200 Miller John T lot 400 Noland Abe 7 acres 11- 0PoorlrsCyuthha31jes 410 Augusta acres 51- 0Portwood Chas t1 acres IC- OPortwood Mar F 15 acres 70 Sans John 66 acres 410 Short John CO acres 510 Todd n F and Mary hrs 337 acres 8080 WIlcox Thomas J 50 acres 110 YATES No 5 Abrams Martin 10 acres f tr AlcornJolin M 12 acres 160 Asbery Mrs Lydia 10 acres 310 Baker Shelton ISO acres 430 Carpenter Anderson 20 acres M Crowley Mrs Polly 7 acres jCelie ltobt 50 acres 6U Estill John T 22 acres lOK French James 40 acres 210 French George 20 acres 110 Gill James 100 acres 4K- CilobUp John 18 acres lit iroves Tom acre fD H ly Win H 100 acres 8U- iitirris Pre tnn5 acres IK Harlow Mrs Martha J 75 acres 110 Hisle WrhP 2 acres 30 Hnrley Alfred 150 acres 160 Jackson John P 35 acres 00 Jackson Jas L 60 acres 410 Jones Elizabeth 20 acres r 60 Johnson Sidney 2 acres Johnson John W nrj 157 acres GO Kindred Snrrnna bra 44 acres G10 Kindred Marian J 40 acres 130 Lamb Oillnrd acre Lamb SaraibE 50 acres i 110 Lamb Silvester 20 acres 210 Lakes Santford CO acres 310 Lakes Curl 40 acres 90 Lakes John M 75 acres 310 Lakes John 87 acres 310 Lakes Newton 150 acres 210 LaWbon James 20 acres 2GO Lain John P 50 acres 210 Lewis Win W 22 acres 110 Laus John hrs 50 acres 140 Malacote Scott fioacrea 660 Moody Cash M 53 a res 1190 John for 98 99 2 acres Moore Henry C ar 30 acres 210 Rose Wilson 7 acres 80 Rodgers Philip 10 acres 100 Rose Mas Sidnev 30 acres 210 Rodgers Chas 100 acres 710 Bose J Yard 30 mr 8 110 Rose Mrs Lucinda 25 acres 210 Standiter Simpson 80 acres 210 Standifer Joe xnr 20 acres 160 Vaughn Murray 7 acres 60- Weslev Hark CO acres 410 Winkler Andrew J 86 acres 310 Willis Cash CO acres 170 Witt Goo nr 20 acres 60 Wilson Fred 40 acres 150 Woodyard Lewis 8 acres 40 GLADE NO C Ambrose Bettie B 22 acres 410 U hot 300 Asberry Elizabeth 4 acres Beasley Nick 1 acre 60 Benpe Pitman 120 acres 810 Bennett Mary A 20 acres 310 Bogie Walter adm G W Bogie 210 acres 1110 Bowen OlliP nr21ots 700 Bratcher Win 80 acres 510 Burnell Lyman 30 acres 110 Burnell Win J Jr 1 acre 00 Burnain Harry hrs 206 acres 2470 Cater Geo W acres 310 Canter Chas I acre 20 Clift Mary 40 notes 210 Combs Talton trr 2 lots 400 Ooyle T JfJr 60 acres 310 Collins John 10 acres 20 Crowcher John A 100 acres 210 DamrplI Joseph Wacres 110 IVerinjt Jas 60 acres 210 DnrhatnJas W 88 acres 220 Trinliard Gre ii B acres 260 Gabbani Mary A 2 acres 130 Giihhapl John Sr 20 acres 310 Grtlloway F B 67 acres 1010 Golden Mrs John 10 acres 160 Hays Philip 50 acres 210 H rrlon Levi S 62 acres 210 Stapptin 190 Hanlin MrsLoul lot 310 Herat Hrs ttr17 acres 160 20illhnlonInlin on Alex C 10 acres 110 lolinwm Schnyler 0 1G acres 2UL Jones Gen M 22 acres HO Kindred Ruben M 1 acre 310 601LtwkeyLewis Wm D 6 acres 860- Maupin Frank 1 lot 170 laden John Jr 20 acres Mitchell John nr 75 acres 410 Mitchell Mrs Paulina 43 acres 310 Moore Low and Mery 52 acres 1010 MurreJl Win 40 acres 110 Parks Richard 75 acres 310 Piggr Samuel 275 acres 610 Pigg Hiram J agt John Pigs 140 acres 3oO Powley Pleas J 100 acres 410 Preston David A 1 lot 210 Preston R E ngt Rosa Benzer lot 250 Ramsey Bert 10 acres Ramsey Bert 1 lot 200 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 v 210 Shockley Thos nr 18 acres 70 Skinner Dan M 116 acres 460 Smith Mrs Grace 1 lot 250 Taylor Pendleton 27 acres 210 Taylor Frank 7 acres 110 Thompson Harvey nr lot 50 Todd Susan 4 acres 70 Turpin Robt 40 acres v 110 Wallace JII s Anr f acre 60 Varnacut Dave T 91 acres 710 Williams Sarah A49 acres 410 Williams silMH Jr CO acres 330 Woods Ernest 76 acres 1010 KIRK YlJLE No 7 McColton k Co J lot 1600 Fowler John M Sr 10 acres 310 Gorden Sam G acre 90 Hill Mrs Elizabeth Gd D long K acres 210 McCarty James nrl 6 acres 410 Moore Wm A S J acres 410 Peel Wm 40 acres 100 Rhodus John acre Roberts Dan 20 acres 26C Rues Alex 89 acres 238C 1100SinitlSmith Andrew J 52 acres 10 3- CTatum Wm B 8 acres 5H Turner Margrett 2 acres Whitaker Robt 10 acres 16C WhiteGreen1 acre 7 MILLION NO 8 Agee Ambrose 4 acres 30 BrnncRer Thos M 10 acres 110 Burton Woods hrs 20 acres 210 Burton Elizabeth 5 acres 110 Burton Fred Hot 600 Bowlin Addle 8 acres 70 Clark Mrs Elizabeth 5 acres 90 Crews John W 1 lot O Cotton Mrs Eliza 49 acres 510 Duncan Kllen 9 acres 100 Davis Wesley 3 acres 30 Fain Mrs Fannie nr 13 acres 160 Fullilove Jas admr J B Fuhli love 10 acres 110 Geins Cyrus N 40 acres 410 Gulley Allen 22 acres 160 Hager Mrs Lucy 22 acres 160 Harrison Win H H F York 2 aiTHo 310 Harrison Wm H A SF York 1 lot 330 Heath man RJ Gd Berdieijmith hart 50 acres 510 Kidwell Saltier A 2 acres 00- Iidwell Tuwnseti N 2 acres 20 Land Mrs Sallie 35 acres 410 Locker Win acre 60 Long Jas M 52 acres 610 Low rv WmJr nres Lowery Wm Sr 1 acre 20 Long Jave 26 acres 2iO Kidwell NTnr 11 lotS 250 Moores Clarkie A 3Q acres 2GO Newby John C I acres ONewby Townsend lot 100 Herkins Dnifilla are 50 lieiifro Sanford 10acres 110 Robern6n Spicy H 50 acres 1310 Roberts Palsy Hiss 1 acre 110 Roberts Nancy Hiss 1 acre 20 Be basti n J Nl2 acres LbO Sebastin Rufus 5 acres 110 Simpson Sam 10 acres 70 Sowers Wm I acre 20 Serflce Nannionr 13 acres 160 Stinnett Irvine 10 acres 80 Taylor Wm 1 lot 300 Taylor Hiram 14 acres 210 Teater Geo nr 21 acres lOO Tillett lary and BTurner3acres 00 Vinscent luiKa 12 acres 110 Warmer John 1 lot 1X Wheeler Cash Hot 2W Williams Howard 1 lot 200 Colored List RICHMOND NO Breck Burgin llot 700 Barnes Henry 1 lot JoJ oHhecca difloary Iqt ISO Burnam Chas lot 250 Burgin Martha hrs lot 30 BlHckEd nrlIor 501 Blytlm Win 1 lot Kullmr Lutnia 2 lots WO BHKTIWS I lot 50 Bly the B ttie 1 lot OO Barnes Simon lot 320 CoviU IOU Sarah 1 lot SUOI Cobb Squ re 1 lot 350 Cobb Wilt lot 1001 Crutcher Havse2 lots 2W Renault John 2 lots 460 ornellson Alex 1 lot 8Coviugton Sarah 1 lot 350 Campbell John 1 lot 800 Campbeil Elder W 1 lot 100 Campbell rider W ant E M Em bry 1 lot 100 Campbell flat lot 150 Dunham Adam and Ellen De juratit lot 200 Ellison Nancte lot 100 Estill Robt IIrllot 200 3ml ry lt iecca 1 lot 550 Embry Julia A l lot 250 Smbry Mariah 1 lot 100 Francis 6nllot 200 Hill Nathan 1lot 150 Harris Ben 1 lot 300 Irvine Mariah lire lot 200i Irvine Joe 1 lot 300 Irvine Ellen 1 lot 150 Johnson Richard 1 lot 210 Long Fannie I lot 360- Miller Win 1 lot 100 Miller Mollie 1 lot 250 Mitchell Mary 1 lot 400 Morgan Annie 11Qt 150 Moss Millie 1 lot 300 Marlitt Irvine 4 acres 210 Marlitt Irvine Hot 2011 Maxbury Winnie ur13 acres 110 Mathews Nannie lot 100 Noldnd Colin Hot 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 l50 PHelps Lena lot J50 Phelps Jennie 2lour 1150 Parks Geo Ann 1 lot c 400 Postill Peter nr not 100 Phelps Mary Hot i 200 Rice Belle agt K Donuahol lot OO Rice Belle agt K Donnaho audi Phelpav hrs 1 lot r 2tq Rich Geo actSallieJarman 1 lot 600 Rhodes Lavinia bras lot 651 Shepard Chas 2 lots 400 Stone Gen 1 lots 7 450 Stone Minerva 1 lot 180 Terrill Nannie 1 lot 250 Turner Dan hrs lot 400 Turner Dan Jr lot 150 Tomblin Harry 110 170 Tribble Harry Hot 300 Tribble Mary bra lot 500- Tribble John 1 lot roo Tribble Mariah 1 lot 350- Tribblo Moss lot 300 Walker Owen 1 lot 100- Walker Annie agt Torn Walker H hrsj lot 200 f Walker Ryborn 1 lot 950 Walker Robt 1 Jot 300 Walker Wallace 1 lot 100 Walker Wm 1 lot 300 Wells Joe 1 lot 160 White Wm 1 lot fO White Rose Jr 1 lot 100 White Dave 1 lot 300 White Jas A I lot 100 Do Agt Amanda Karr 19 acres 160 Do Agt Jeff D Walkernr 2 lots 300 White Jaa Sr 1 lot 100 White Ellen 1 lot 250 White Narsis 1 lot 350 Willis Lizzie 1 lot 350 Winfield Miller Hot 400 Winfield Dow 1 lot 100 Williams Sallie 1 lot 400 Williams Lnke 1 lot 600 Woods Mary 20 acres 210 White Mary D 1 lot 250 Yates Majrcie 1 lot 350 FOXTOWN NO 2 Bronston Lafayette 5 acres 160 Chenault Charley acres 110 Chenault John 2 acres 110 Chenault Letcher 6 acres 110 Chenault Charley 6acres 110 Clay Jerry 11 acres 610 Hays Francis hrs acre Jones Green 43 acres 410 Jones David bro k sister 48 acres 610 Langford Tom gd Green heirs 40 acres AGO Langford Mira 4 acres 210 Martin Cora 15 acres 110 McKinney Jell heirs 10 acres 110 Millfon S coon 2 acres 40 Smith Ed J r 2 acres 30 Smith Scott 2 acres 60 Stone Henry 15 acres 310 cstevensJlichie heirs acre 60 Shacfcelford Miller heird 15 acres 260 Tudor Sam 3 acres 90 Tourney WmSlicres 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 Dontett Aaron 2 rcres 110 Jackson Samuel 4 acres 110 Murray Luther 2 acres 110 Hurray Alice acre 110 Qu seberry Florence t5 acres 310 Robertson Mary 25 acres 160 Shearer Jake 6 acres 210 ELLISTON NO 4 Bates Bettie hrJ acres 60 Ballew Frank 30 acres 210 Black Henry 2 acres 60 Crockett Henry nr 2 acres 60 Covington Addie 4 acres 160 Covington Howard 4 acres 60 Davis MoseSr 3 acres 60 Oeaiherage John 8tf acres 710 Ellis Dan 24 acres 110 Estill John 3 acres Kstill Rice Ephraim 10 acres 60 Estill Susan 10 acres 60 Estill Dolby 1 acre 00 Gilbert Nannie E 1 acre 110 Harris Fannie 1 acre Harris Martha bra 36 acres 210 Harris Artbusa ilr12 acres 110 Harris John 2 acres 60 Hume Susan 3 acres 60 Hill Caroline 30 acres 150 Kovaiiugh Joe hrs 50 Martin Frank 8 acres 110 Moore Miller 1 acre Oldham Viney 8 acres 110 Oldham Harriet 8 acres 110 steed J Tom 7 acres 60 Royston Evangeline 20 acres 210 Royston Wools 3 ncres 60 Simpson Mariah 1 acre 60 Stone Cyrus 8 acres 110 Warner Alice 4 acres 110 Yates RacliHi 2 arrea 60 YATES NO5 Baxter Alex 4 aores S 60 Ballew Polly 3 aces Blythe Lewis 25 acres 110 Broaddua Jennie hrs 1 acre 60 Campbell Conn 2 acres 60 Dunson Lucy 30 acres 110 Estill Melissa 5 acres 60 Fiuney Susie 16 acres 210 Harris Edith and Tabitha 1 acre 60 Kavanaugh Jerry2acres Maupin Abe 3 acres 60 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 NOJ1 Adams Henry 1 acre 60 Adams Mary 1 acre i 60 Gallant Howard 1 lot 100 Ballard Monroe 1 lot 150 Bennett Caldwell 2 acres 210 Bennett Wm nr 3 lots ICQ Best Elza 13 acres 14Q Bogie Lucinda 20 awes 210 Blytlies Sid 1 acre 210 Blythe Tom Sr 1 acre Branay Chas 4 acres 110 Bronaugb Caleb 9 acres 40 Barnam Alex Jr 2 acres 110 Burnam Jas 6 acres 310 Burnam Julia 3 acres 260 Burnam Chas Sr 1 acre 160 Campbell Cora 10 acres GIO Crigler Dave 1 acre 00 Clark Mollie 1 acre 110 Denny Amanda 2 acres 6 Dunson Geo 1 acre 70 Dunham Jerry Wm 15 acres 210 Diggs Sidney 8 acres ill Dlggs Bettie 13 acres 100 Fife Harry 2 acres 211 Fief Robt 3 acres 1X IfFranklin Chas 2 acres 60 Francis Sam 3 acres 160 Gentry Joe 19 acres i 210 Goodloe Goo 1 acre 180 Herd Wm 5 acres f HO- Ingram Phil 3 acres 1i 70 JaakiBS Ed 31 acres t LO IB Elijah Hot 350 Martin Sarah 4 acres SCO Martin Lewis Sr 3 acres 260 Martin J1e 4 acres 210 McBainW Bony 10 acres 210 McKee Jerry 1 lot 150 i Miller Smith Sr 4 acres 160 Miller Mose 8 acres 260 Miller Allie and MaBsio C Hot 100 If Agt Mary Willis hrs 1 lot 200 Miller Isaac 1 acre 160 Mason Frank 2 acres 110 Mize Luteda 3 acres 60IiMiller Mary Hot 200 Parks John F 4 acres P 90 Parks Allen 5 acres 110 Patton Frank Agt Willie Farris 1ncre70Peyt-on Frank 1 acre 80 Phelps Sid 1 acre l 100 Rash Wm 26 acres 260 Rhodes Narcisus 1 lot 300 Rice Perry 1 lot 100 Ross Anderson 2 acres 160 Rnldolpb Bell 1 acre 20 Shearer Goo 1 acre 110 Shearer Biard 2 acres x 110 Simpson Anderson 1 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 Hot 250 Walton Geo 1 lot 100 Walker Spencer 1 acre 60 Walker John L Hot 100 Walker Irvine3 acres 70 Walker Letcher 2 acres 110 Walker John 1 acre 60 White Allen 2 acres 110 White Mary I 1 lot 150 White harley 27 acres 260 White Bob 4 acres 210 White Willis 12 acres 2GO Walker John 1 lot 100 White Mahala 50 acres 100 White Samira 7 acres 100 KIRKSVILLE No 7 Ballard Jesse 1 lot 100 Bogif Alex 2 acres 70 Cambell Major 2 acres 60 Fish Surrena nr 2 acres 210 Ilarrfs Wm 3 cres 410 Haynes Geo 75 acres 1910 Miller Alex 28 acres 510 Miller tam 4 acres 310 Martin Dabney 4 acres 210 Prewitt John 29 acres 510 Shearer Dan 1 lot 200 Smith Belle 1 acre 810 Turner Mat 1 lot 800 Turner Sam Sr 6 acres 21 Turner Thomas 8 acres 210 Timer Easter 4 acres 310 Turner Chas hrs 4 acres 60 Elates Miller 3 acres 60tBerry Boon d11 A Burton 10 ucres MitclielJ Jas 22 acres210Munday Millie heirs 2 acres 110 Rice Belle 1 acre 20 ITurnorWalker John M 113 acres 570 HH COWER mch74w sheriff BRYAN AND MKINLEY Chicago Dispatch William J Bryan has opinions and the courage to defend them William McKinley also has opinion but lacks courge and never sticks tQ them Bryan has faith in the people and stands up for their rights McKinley has no faith in the poople arfd sacrifices their righUjitthe demand of the trusts Bryan opposes imperialism and works for freedom and a republican form ofIlgovernment McKinley champions imperialism and works for an aristocracy of money at the expense of the people Bryan opposes the trusts which rob worJcingmenlindLill ithetrustsall his Influence to make the rich rph er which has also the result of mkk ing the poor poorer Bryan has a practical to restrain the trusts and if elected PresidentW will put into execution McKinley has no plan to restrain trusts and if he did have such a plat bOdiandWhich of these two men would best serve the people as President of the United States There is no choice between them Bryan stands for all the people desire in the way of justice and protection McKinley represents the trusts and imperialism and ignores the people The people are going to elect n Presi dent next autumn Will they put a friend or an enemy in the White House Apropos the use of the Marconi system of wireless telegraphy in the warm n South Africa it is interesting to note that it has been proved that can nonading does not interfere with the transmission of messages The apparatus has been worked successfully and messages sent while the largest guns in the British navy were being fired t