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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r i L i f 1T1RICHONDI r T CLiWAX v l tit f i fLUt1E26 RICHMOND MADISON COuNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MAY 2 1000 NUMBER 48f f1WTCUESI7- j JJ a All Work Guaranteed MAIN 0UR sotl RA- NIHAPVARD i e Delivered paid anywhoro directly accessible to Adams American or U S Express In box without any marks Indicating contents Guaranteed an absolutely pure OLD WHISKEY direct from Kentucky Reference Any bank express company or com morclal agency In Louisville AUG 8 CO 231 W Main St Louisville Ky cureall by MEDICINE Red Oak Iowa U S We the best material Has all up to date 1 i Splendid Finish Price is right We can make it an inducement for dealers to handle our work We i o manufacture a full line of light pleasure vehicles Send for catalogue and price list STREET RICHMOND KY AMERICAS FAVORITE WHISKY QUARTS Expressage plain KENTUCKY COLDEWEY e The New Woman JI FLORENCE aCERTLMZiZ DRnIING AGON- Si attachments FULLER BUGGY COiranufacturer VI JACKSON aprlSCm anCIX I PROFESSIONAL CARDS ArrOItNZT3 RE ATTOIINEYATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Oice over Climax Office with B Me Creary Second Street W MILLER ATTOUJrETATLAW I lnICUIlOND KBMTUCKT next door to L1Office Nat1onaLcb347 SIJrVAN Ak JA I ATTOUNEYATLAW lUClIMONI KENTUCKY Oltiitt ovr Bank Truot Co opposite Court House on Main Street JC fcl MOUENAOLT 4TTORNRYSATL4II RICHMOND KENTUCKY Qitioe on Second street over Chen nits grotcry W R LETCHERV 1tllorzzeyat Law RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office with T J Smith Jr over Covington Mitchell1 I Kc Lowry AttorneyatLaw Wberlev Bnildinir KichnndKy LVTALBOT JACS ON ATTORN BY ATL AW- BICHMOND KENTUCKY IkeomceIn Prattler Building Main ftrect P2TSIOIA1TS I I DRSGIBSUN GIBSON pJfyTCLi4NDSUIWEO4S RICHMOND KENTUCKY l 0Otfice in the Joe Ccilios building a dSee ond Street over Woue old drucstore 17 t4 OHAS HOOKER 7p VETERINARY SURGEON J Graduate Ontario Veterinary College Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty tOlice at stable on corner First and Water Strneta Richmond Ky apr7ly ft cl JASPER M D t Medicine and Surgery HDfface Prather Buildin Main Street Telephone st residenCe ite Carr IUce on Broadway r RICHMOND L iKEKTCCKYl j r t t EVANS M D f r U i f 7 It PHYSCIAM AND SUB EON I RICHMOND i K NTliy V DENTAl suBGaar tW iit1Itte olso 7 i LoI1IIfKTtOF i next door to Government Building Bichm8nd Ky Office houreWIO lllto Irnoy117 T DFf SMITH pDENISTtfjOSlce tOyerTaylor Hardwire Store r1IainZLreet Janl2li r II VPATENTS 1 11 m1CEASTQPAILWSUTiNoUcetn IBoo4cIIort41eb H C i l l J o i fI tXQ r at 9ca ChUB FULL FREE 01E MARKErS 4q 7Isthe acme 1 BEAUTY HEALTH A 30Day ofitr AM toin treatment for r The Lady Florence and cure fo lUlldo J know too their health awl caused allmenu rtecullar to thelrownler The Lady Florence Itemed v is not a but a core for diseases of woman It Is compounded from a rc1ptloa- written and used by a prominent European physi clan and turgenn who has treated more complicated cases of diseases perbapd than any one other Individual It now In offered for the lintItime In this country within the reach of all One package relief in the most obstinate caaea Manufactured THE CD use only of ROBERTS Jas Siae W FRED TABLE FRIENDS t+ + + ++ + null carvers often make lul1 dinners Sharp knives and pointed forks help the wit is well as the mastication In our 01111211 DEPARTMENT there is a line line of two three and five piece Carving Sets Some have Ivory handles Some Stall All have fine steel blades with silver mOuntiligso FJYEAGER Dr Louis iI Landman No 53 West Ninth Street Cincinnati Ohio will be at M M Millers residence second door o Poitofflce Richmond Ky on WEDNESDAY MAY 9 1900 returning every second Wednesday o each month Reference every physician of Rich mond Ky maylly Dr R Goldstein The Optic Specialist tof No attheMONDAY MAY 14 returning one day each month Eyes exam med und glasses scientifically adjusted Palranin Hom Insuranc I I Insure your dwellings barn and other prop COMPANYGives protection agains- tFlBEUaiTflING AN TORNADO JossesoccurTbheapeatpeople of our county now operating in the Utate and gets cheaper every year falling to onehalf after first year For further Information call on their agent and collector S R B Black attorneyatuw Richmond Ky office on Main Street opposite TrustCompanyJ IT CARTER Pres mayllly C C BO8WQRTH Becy r CIRCULATING WASH BOILER PATALLOWEPMPLRCH15Thi8I BOTTOM SrlOWING COItEO I COPPER STEAM PIPES A Wmns Wiwili feUped Qfft feaMe e rl5- itI the w MarkI4C i hrus cr labor ea4 for dldPrh ell Tin MSOO Copper JB ttm 4MOO Copper JMOO v the Tttrtrt II priM will wwiMFeiM4 say fcw Je- 1 VIs McAc1IWIIl IIf ANNOUNCEMENT 1OB e3oftss GGILBERTanyregtarFOB COUSTT CLEEK We are authorized to announce AROR edtoYBURNto wjWea candidate for County Clerksubject to the action of the Democratic party TaMILLERaJect to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce JESSE ubJecttoliyoaWe are authorized to announce JOHN F 1countysubjectare authorized to announce JOHN W riSheriffparty beGENTRYcounty subject to the action of the Democratic party BDROADDUSsubject to the action of the Democratic party POE JUSESBOB fHAMcounty subject to the action of the Demo cratic partyotthBARERbycratic aWeNOLAND a candidate for Assessor of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce G W fitMadisonDemocratic party We are authorized to announce BUD DUNN EsubjectIfvoaWe are authorized to annonnce JAMES C LACKEY a candidate for Jailer of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party fPARRISHcounty subject to the action of the Democratic yoaone term only subject to the action of the Democratic partyanPERKINSaction of the Democratic party ilassubject to the action of the Democratic party- FOR SBOOL sUPEaEcrEtDz2n We are authorized to announce J W WAGERS a candidate for re the office of Superintendent of County Schooli1c subject to the action of the Democratic party TEN MINUTES WITH WALTON The following solar plesls blows were last Tuesday by Editor Walton and are unexcelled in vigor by anything in the Democratic press of Kentucky U The man who doesnt belive that Taylor was necessary before and after the fact corroborated BS the cir cumstances are by tho confession of ac complicies is either a nipatblzer InI the assassination ol Goebel or is soI obtuse that he would not believe though one rose from the dead said a distin guished lawyer to ns the other dayas lie wont on to recount the acts of the vilo creature who usurps the office ofI ligovernorcrime Leaving out the fact that he protected the assassin who fired froUtI the building of which he was in cll3lJeI by surrounding it with bayonets almost before the sound of the deadly shot bad ceased to reverberate his attempt ed adjournment of the Legislature to London fora week and the chasing of the body all over Frankfort with bayohnets in order that the victim hired mans bullet might die and tllUsI terminate the contest furnish proofofliiis guilt sufficient enough And yet there are people who profess to believe that an attempt to connect him with the crime is malicious persecution and the Republicans are saying that they will nominate him for govern r again if the Supreme Court decides against his pretensions Wo do not believe they will get the chance to vindi cate1 him in such a way If he does not continue to flee from justice and let ft jury pass on his case bo Is as sure to be convicted as that there is law in the land We have no moreldoubt that Taylor is responsible murder of his political opponent than there Is a supreme being and that if he gets his deserts his life will pay the forfeit Let the hangman got ready number of necks are to be broken As soon as Taylor henEd of the indictment against him he struck from Washington to New York and falling on his knees before Gov Iloosevcltbe eeeched him not to let him be taken to the scene of the crime Does this look like he is an innocent man If he were not as guilty as bell itself would he not court the closest investigation And yet the hired advocate of assassination fraud and force the Louisville Post savs Hint the indictment against Taylor carries no stain of presumption of guilt Pretty ChildrenIwe have three cblMreb Xcferc tee the last enemy wife se4 fear bot ties Of MOTHERS FRIEND IT you had the pictures of our cMMrea you could see at a glance tat the last oe- Is healthiest prettiest and tlnestloek1 1g tf aU My wife thinks Mothers Friend Is Ute greatest and grandest remedy la tie U world for expect ant mothers Written by a Kea tuckyAttorneyraV Law BlOTHERS f I I j prevents atBctcntbc 8Ctlte FRIEID svfferiag iftckkat te cklM birth s1iiecmIagmothCie disposition and ttrouf ho t the ordeal because this relax ihfj ptHCtratlBff liniment relkves UK msual distress A goodnatxred JDOtKr- Is pretty sare to kate a goodnatured chi The pttkat te kept ta a stris heahkj cotKtttlM wWck tile cMU aiM lberllitMothers Friend taa a wife crisis toickiy aad atoKt lBkMiy Ii assists la her rapid wcwery aM warAi off the Uajcf that M atea fcHwr tie ltvery- by l 5Ia TIlE BRAOraBLO REOOLATOR CO e MaMtr r rd WIk w- va4 l rII r with it The man who would write such rot ought to beortiatifentJd With li coat of tar and feathers lllt I4aWellkflOwn principle of law shout the assassination organs in unisou that a man cannot bt convict ou the evidence of an accomplice Sum but when the circumstances are in themselves eufflcieut to convict ithout the corroborating testimony of accomplice the latter only clinches the matter So It is with the case of ylor and his hired band of cut I1roats and assassins specially of circllmetanciale who doubts is damned or belief has been and ia that Gov Taylor will be fortunate if he is indicted pipes Billy Itreckiu dge who expects to get a fat fcc out of him Tbe belief of that people has eti and is that Taylor will be lortu na te if he doesnt get his cowardly neck rokeneven should he have th3 per suasive powers and silvery voice of thjs anxious attorney to defend him harles Finley was tendere a re ception in an Indiana town the her night and be amused the sympa izers with assassiLs and assassination Kentuckyafflti1l a diagram that it is impossible for a man to have fired the shot that hilled Goebel from the secretary of states of e in the executive buildinUThnt KI nd of a story IIto to tell to theI marines but Finiey dare not come to entucky and tell It to the old salts thats the best he can do a jury wouldnt bb five minutes bringing a verdict of death against him ov Bradley says that Taylor will return to face an indictment that may be brought against him The ex vernor knows a good deal but there are things even that he dosnt know d he neednt be so cock furs about Taylor coming back It is not BO much lyinginthat keeps him ant Finley and Powers in exile yesterdaysVocrats are going with very few except ions to support the regular ticket of their party and will bo just as much InI favor of Mr Bryan in 1900 as they were against him in 1896 We lire for Sir Bryan We are for him in deadly earnest We are going to do our best to elect him A flight of Terror Awful anxiety was felt for the widow of the brave General Burn ham of Machias Me when the doctors saidI she could not live till morningVrites Mrs HLincoluwbo attended her that fearful night All thought site must soon die from pneumonia but she beg ged for Dr Kings New Discovery saying it tad moro than once saved her Consuniplonsleptreasily all nightnnd Its further use completely cured her This starveisons medicine is guaranteed to Throat Chest and Lung Dfueases Only 50c and 1 00 Trial bottle free at Perry Thomas drug store 1I Exp rence counts much many busi ess It is particularly important in the patent profession Some idea of he past experience of E G Siggers ate a member of C A Snow Co may be gathered from the partnership agreement between the members of that firm wherein it was stipulated that the said E G Siggers shall have the sole charge and management of the conduct and working of the uaid bind ness and employes and that he shall have sole and entire chares of the finances of the concern II W H Shipman Beardsley Minn iJgpopsiaFinallynow eats what lie likes and an tcuch as he wants and he feels like a new man r cThomasTact sincerity and amiability are a golden combination in the character any girl the first enabling her to avoid those subjects which are likely to prove irritating and keeping her fron rub hing others the wrong way i the secoin showing her flawless as a crystal in he truth of word and thought nnd third inakinc her to overflow with love SJournalA FriEBtfal BliRdrv Will often cause a horrlblu Burr Scald Cut or Braise Buckleua Arnica Salve the best In the world will kill the pain and promptly heal It Cures Old Sores Fever Sores Ulcers Rolls EruptiontBeat a box Cure guaranteed Sold by Ferry Thomas DruggistlHE BREW An up town ilrla beantyshe jg toohad a bashful artist firii sweet heart but lie would never come to the point One night after he had made desparate attempt to test herJoelinp igaikaftat What do you mean by that he asked with a startled look Do you profess to be iiirartist she repliedevasIvely Yes Do you thinkfyou am a good one r I flatter myself that I am WellI dont think so II JWhy not Because you cannot evitRi 4haw fi Inference Hedid tliotfgh andIlowltfey draw conclaeions NewOrleansTir sDeaa ocrat SSSf1 WW Maybe Merton ia says IconsWerOfloJMJnuts C u hurea qiikkJllliiIthat jvss IIIIMfJdiaM rasnltn1t Clue s oouhfr eoe croupwonckpgrlp whoeng Mt 4 uMI lane tSlieo ha ett pre Teak coesnimption chlkrp aI a refr1IIof Tk JJwk k lJ bt tId 1 TWHAT THE1T SAY OF OICBERT On page six of this issue the Sent Lei prints extracts from the papers of this Eighth district In support of Con gre suiau Gil belts candidacy for re election to Congress The following are additional notices and show the popularity of our Congressman among tile Democrats of the districtMt Sterling Sentinel Mr Gilbert Is a candidate for re election to Congress in this dwtiict He lias mado us a good representative up to this time and that argues well fur the future Ho is a gentleman of speechesInPorto Rican Tariff Bill rank with the best we have seen on these questions Democracylordoubt endoiso his course by again making him Its standard beareryHar ru daburg Sayings It is generally understood that Mr Gilbert will have no opposition for the nomination Ho has been industrious and faithful and has done everything in his power to further the interests of his constituents There is little said as to who will be his opponent in No vei Gi inlbertstrength and that means an election in this district He will be with hissfriends les bscount of his stewardship Lawrence burg News Mr Gilbert is no doubt a man well re thcordinformed as to his opposition if anyebu all IticornersJessauino NewsDIt is a custom of the constituents of a Uepresentatlve in Congress to reelect him after he an treisatictentive to his duties is accommodating capable and is always to be found in Democracysbattlel The people of Shelby counly irre sp of proudbeingtb th datincreased majority no matter who the Republicans put up We are pleased to announce that Hun G G Gilbert of Shelbyville our present Congressman 1a candidate for re election from this the Eighth dis trlctlu those sterling young Demo eras this news will be extremely grati fylng His record is clean hIs work well done his a ontily dwakeensuing election Richmond Itegister Hon G G Gilbert announces that He is a candidate for reelection toCou era from this the Eighth district It customary to give a congressman a second endorsement where he has proved hiaibolf competent and worthy unqllOJtionablydone cal speaker is sound on the paramount issues of today faithful to his const tuency i loyal to his country and fear less in the advocacy of that which he KIvebiwanation and an overwhelming victory in November next He amply deserves it a 1ndzeal and spirit which bespeaks our appreciation of his efficient services M t Vernon Signal The formal announcement of HonG G Gilbert of Shelby as a candidate for reelection to Congress appears in nC1cordcnits is an able and oneofc trepresentaivee of the very best we ever had and has been tireleta in his work for the good of his constituency and the Nation His speeches in Congress on National issues have attracted wide attniitiou and his ability has been recognized in Gilbertrw a would browKa sure to be done tanford Democrat withoutOnecough and cure a cold quicker than any ViiiamsaudlungPerryThomas ianrwhoion room asked Who hiss been wailing the longest A tailor who bad called to present his bill rose and said I have doctor I delivered your clothes to you three years ago All goods are alike to PUT NAM FADELESS DYES as they color all fibers at one boiling Sold by CL Searcy Waco Ky Thomas Adams Panola Ky 2maylm An American who visited Birming ham England not long ago found that in constructing the street trolleys there the rails are made in Pittsbure time cars in PbiladdpbiH the boilers ia Erie the engines in Milwaukee and the electric fittings in Schenectady Wlinvigorate fanoulittlery Thomas llimplreal hawtsickness of a taller kHowl ap1jowho knows Bohemia th rouchria apt tatiiiTeayeryitravefaee MhYbewwa matt say so No ohe CM live hey Iml Ik Bobetiiia it is ir wOfcr to tt joot worst ths4 Aiobiottiy W 4 OWM hi tM IJitW Boms- t 4 DOWN TO MIS INTELLIGENCE Jacob Edwards an old forede wall colored man who declared that he did nut kifow how old he was but that he lust be nigh er hundred was be fore Justice Grannan the other morn ing on the charge of being drunk on the street He said It wits his first of fense and told the magistrate that he had seen and talked with Henry Clay Daniel Webster Prof Morse and all the- reatg men of bygone days Aud yet you fell a victim to flfe demon drink said the justice Wot kind of drink you say asia Dat wuzgin wot I drunk 61 say you were a victimof alcohol ism V Nebber had dat sah onlv de rheu matism sab You fell into evil ways NosahIfellintode gutter t You were overcome by spiritcs frumenti Good Lawd Jedge I didnt do dat diU You are dismissed Get out Yes sir de ole man understands dat talk Baltimore News EXCURSION RATES TO THE EAST The TransMissouri Committee of tho Western Passenger Association is hold g its annual meeting at the Brown alaco Hotel A surprise was sprung n the Committee at the morning seE ion by Goneral Passenger Agent Se aatimi of the Rock Island railroad Beginning about June 20 the Rock Island railroad will run four excursions from Chicago St Louis Kansas City and Omaha to Colorado common points making a rato of one fare plus 2 for in round trip and return limit of ctober 31st on the tickets These ex uiraionswiil be run as special excur on trains arid about the same dates excursions will be run from enver Colorado Springs and Pueblo to the Eastern points the same rate prevKiling thus enabling Colorado peo pIe desiring to do so to make tourist ips east during the summer with the same advantages granted eastern tour ta who come west HIRES VILEE JB Walker is in Cincinnati buying goods Rev Ryals preached at the Baptist church Sunday last Sirof Mr Shelby Jetts children are own with measles James Arbuckle of Richmond was with his parents Sunday last Mr Wade Terrell oi Old Paint Lick was in the village last Sunday Miss Net Mershorn of Stanford visited Miss Lena Palmer last week Mrs Alice Faris is in lawrenceburg at the bethideofher sister Miss Dovio Burton who is very sick NichIelithi of her brother Joe Barkley TUB Lexington Leader thinks Ken swapIp Campbell of New Yurk a former Ohio Republican whose methods were so obnoxious that his State aud party drove him Into exile ColICampbellbig that it takes a thief to catch a thief I would like to know said the gruff old father to the young man who had been calling with considerable frequency whether you aregoing to marry my daughter So would 1 answered the diflident young man Would you mind asking her Kansas is to have a cucumber farm on a large scale The project to secure 11 10 acres near Lawrence on the line of a proposed electric railroad The cucumber crop matured just as the school term ends when pickers can be easily secured Mrs Watts The doctors say a good is healthy Mrs PottsI know it is A good cry gained me a tIT the seasnore last year and I came back feeling bet ter than I had for ob ever so long Indianapolis Journal iMany a school girl is said to be lazy an- dshHtless when she doesnt deserve the least bit of iL e cant study easily r She asleep is nervous tir daU the time And what can you ex pect Her brain is being fed with impure blood and her whole system is suffering from poisoning Such girls are wonderfully helpedan4Ereatlyc- haaged by taking AversSarsftPari lift Hundreds of thousands of schoolgirls have taken yearsManyhave homes of their own They remember what cured them and now they live the same medi cine to theirown children You can aJrordturusta Sarsaparlll that has been centuryUNIf your hovels arc comtl paled take Air Pills Yes cant hive too4 beaMt 1ItIMS- you have aaity action Of the bowels 3sIypuIuulWui N Si ciJtJWybt 4vi a s a aspswtfl r r Yon can not speak of livingjrhen the temperature night anddarisIOO It is hnt a more existence And snrli is life in the valley ot P shawurat the northwest corner of India in the months of July and August ++++ CALT AT +++ 1 SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found ill the city are dispensed by upto ate and accommo dating clerks Genuine Saratoga Water Kept on Tap tsssSPhone 3 Second St RIGHMOW KY fflT1jHEADQUARTERS FOR SEWING MACHINES SEWING MACHINE SUPPLIES Orders taken for PIANOS and ORGANS Repairing a Specialty USTOPFICE opposite Court House with Freeman Bros Janl7ly Remember That I have purchased the stock of groceries re cently owned by Mr J M Asbill near L N De pot and am now prepared to furnish and deliver fresh goods to any part of the city at the lowest prices I shall continue to make- PRODUCE A SPECIALTY PoultryButter than any house in Rich mend It will certainly prove profitable to you to get my prices before dis posing of anything in this line A L 60TT jan7 tr- Kodoli Digests what you eat aidsNaturestructing the exhausted digestive or gans Itis the latest discovered digest ant and tonic No other preparation can approach It in efficiency It in permanentJycuresDyspepsia SlckHcadacheGastralgiaCrampsancjall Prepared by EC DeWitt A Co Crjlca0o For sale by Perry Thomas RVCR I FOR WEAK MENT- he rrent French ltemry Is mthln ccbof EvCry AI pllm It arts OtIcrtuU- A13dlltSrYy tcw frt Fhstclly Petted Is the menIllfl1rccovcr their yurt1rci vior It fits one mCENERJIs tlCOIrcureLircubraorux rLrcL COieFor sale by Perry Thomas sepU3ly Our tioods- L Our prices Compel you to trade with us when you give us a trial Tithi 11 11 lIP Il tWJtI The ladies cannot be deceived by catchy phrases nor bombastic claims All ie haveto say is we buy jn the best markets of the world select the latest goods and when you Ibuy you know you have the Jatest tiptoafcte i goads i Ia that irJMjfett wait If t4it 1 IUl 1It tes lt lllr I It I Y ttOl Imkl J RtIti t U bttJ uJir t I iI HARDWARE tt a- cSgrocuse a PLOWS PA6E IFENCEContinental Disc Harrows jHamilton Corn Planters Malta Corn Cultivators New Departure Corn Cultivators 3McColni Soil Pulverizer Malta Double Shovel Plows V Champion Binders and Mowers ct Horse Collars Pads Traces Back JJbands Bridles flames Plow lines Wood and Steel Double Buildt4 ers The above we respectfully submit to careful consideration Lvhen in the market at Jf- j Living Prices GIVE THE BOYS A CHANCE c DOUGLAS SIMMONS HARDWARE STOVES TINWARE l mchlly IS Wood R SLllbbsBEST C J I ImoreIWOOD SS1UBBS CLOVER FfeldlUldF10wel FertlllaeraEtc SfEDS Cor Brook Jefferson Sisl LOUISVILLE KY lw Madison Monumental Works ESTABLISHED 1863 JAMES T HAMILTON PROPRIETOR Montiments Tombs Headstones Statuary and Foreign and American Marble and Granite +FINE WORK A SPECIALTY ofCemeteryof the M E Church on Irvine Street where they will find constantly on hand a largo stock of finished work to select from at prices to suit all classes of ContralKeutuckydesignswhicht YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITEDTOl JPITVtES T HH7VULTON Proprietor y 5 7IN7I 7I7I7I 7I c 71WtThe Is Tie Oliver Plow IF YOU1ILVE- USED IT YOU I = IT IS I 1TUE BEST I GRADE and 1 I IF YOU HAVE NOT WE WILL I PROVE IT IS I THE BEST 4 We1frc ttli bdIug the BrWnbultiV1fur II olUiCorflPlaIItr and the Best Harrow 1l tle iiaj ret spa full Ilne of Collars Hames BackBantl Briules and all kinds Plow Qflr iafuU line of Hardware and Stoves I rITT 1 Ir lmiI J 11mJuJ t1 i 1MUi StMEkT RichMoND KY d W 1 IjII 4 JT11W i1 u tE I Ij T f The Richmond Climax I t J O CIIENAULTProprletor A D JoULLEJLBasiaeu Manager O E WOODS Edltor 1 WEDNESDAY MAY 2 1000 1 PUBLISHED ZVEBY WEDNESDAY BT r The Climax Printing Cot PRICE PER FEAtl i50 t THAT Congressman Gilbert stands hijli in his district is evidenced by the splendid lot of compliments and en doremenls printed on onr first page 4 Another Installment later a FKOM what we can learn Gov Mi Creary who receives scores and scores of letters nnd appeals to make the race fur Governor has no desire whatever to do and it is improbable that he will yjeidlo the overtures to enter the con test TUE CLIMAX will wagr a years subscription to the Pantograph that Presi dent McKiney gave Taylor to under stand that he would under no cir um stances stand as a protector or apologist of the Great BJunderes and that liifi health would be improved bv a perma nent retirement from public life TIIK reader who tins only ten min utcs to spare can educate himself by rending first article on our first rage entitled Ten Miuutes With Walton All typographical errors and misspelled words are onrs With this apology to Mr Walton we lav on the altar of Democracy this choice lioqnet of lyddite from the biggest gun outheiKen tucky press rr HEAH the ringinir words of warning uttored by Allen O Mycr to Win L Bryan mmI1YOU to take the Presidental chair at the fate of William Goebel Men whose pastime la bribery find in wasrIaIIII will be again in woo Hannai reward was a seat in the United titfltei Senate rClAERIANDS Postmaster General Win L Wilson anotherof Ihe Wilson Tariff Bill unit now President of Wash ItJUjtton Lee University says Bryan will he nominated but condi tions are so changed that the campaign haveIi think the Democrats will win We solidtDemocrat I if he was preparing to an- 1I AIIOUIICC his withdrawal from the Ke publican party Governor Filigree of Michigan replied t Ifhero is no announcement about it I only soy what I have said all the while You have not heard mesay anything against the Democrats for sonic time That is one of the reasons they kick on me so much because I will notfgo out and abuse the Democratic puty But I have refused to do so I believe that the hope of the people is in tho Democratic party this I SENATOUKIECT BLACKHUKX sizes up the political outlook thusly In my Congressional oxperince of 25 veara I have nevnr known a Congress In the control of either party that madeas many wipeJthe blunders wade thus far by the fifty sixth Congress we ought to go out of r business They have made np their issues of iinpernlism militarism and i trusts exactly to our liking Indeed if they lin deliberately started in to make a good job of it fur us they could not have Julie letter Having thefie facts in mind I feel rfrtaln that tlm UP pnbliciin manager will hasten theses tslon and welcome the day when th can breathe easy again so far as Congreil- Is concerned For this reason Iilo nut beliave any effort will be made to force thet hip sulmiiiy bill through The Ke publicans are not looking for more trouble tinier they have cone crazy and I dont believe they have A Horse Falls andO biNearly Crushed A horrible accident was narrowly averted on Saturday when Mr Josia- H Willis horse slipped on the wet pavement near the government build 11g fell to the walk Mr Willis twoyear old grandchild Nancy Vii- boilyiHirelywas possibly spared by being struck in theIhorriliel1Ibut a slight bruise n her lip Had the animal fallen a few inches nearer the child there is little left to imagina lion to picture the awful rotupquences I CFrBroerCoLEXINGTONI I By Their Curtains Ye Shall Know Them 3fe yjBpa8sing public the curtain is an advertisement of the family dwell ijig Mtliln To tlio dwellers within it is a part of the frame of the room as well as the uirdium through which lijhtijfiIJer M It must therefore as Jriiiharmony with tburnMjjhincs andnica filter beof a materialv and color desuned to soften punsldne without obscuring it As an announce ment concerning household to way farers jouncing iiy it should be cheerful pretty and in good taste When that rare nnd conclusive quality known as public spirit is hotter devel opednii hnusewf with feel that the does her duty in that station in life to xvbjuli it has pleased heaven to call vher Unless her windowK are In a small kay lessons in tho art of decoration In connection with the above it is witH to remeinor that not only are cirtainings to be obtained here in well nih nIll8o variety but advice and i BttggaiuonB as to their selection and usVwelltitle latter too from a interior decorations t alifo fitudy We have furnished several model rooms onorthirdtloor Come in and sse thorn C1F1BrowerCo i i KAIN AND BR DW MfHir g r4zzwQ Yj PRSEJIrMr jMBt Irvine Come eal11olltomoiiwIJtht to the Sacred Concert Mrs Geo Corzelius Is back from Herrodsburg Mr S L Tudor of Irvine was in this city Friday Mr JohnB Chenault is back from a trip to Frankfort spentSundayMr Matt Arbuckle bu returned from a trip to IndIana- Atlmlsslon25 cents to Sacred Con cert tomorrow night M rp A C Buchanan antI daughter are at home from Florida Mr Elliott Toe Smith won the de clamatory medal at U U last Friday Miss Pendleton of Winchester is with her sister Mrs John W Turley Mrs A Rollins Burnam sings twice in the Sacred Concert tomorrow nipht MR and Mrs E B Harris of Irvine were here yesterday and spent the d yMrs F B Carr and daughter are guests of relatives in Richmond Paris Kentuckian Mr J Speed Smith Jr is at home after a stay of several weeks in Wash ington City It is with great pleasure we chroni cle the gradual improvement of Uncle Jack Miller Mr aud Mrs W A Langford have for their guest Dr G W Young of GeorgetownRev Mrs II G Turner and little son Linden are visiting relatives in Jetwiuiine Mr Geo G Corzelins was In Ashland several days last week with his father who was quite sick After a long siege of fourteen weeks illness Mrs Mat Cohen was able to ride out on Monday Mr and Mrs J S Winn of Winches ter were with Mrs Robert Miller several days last week Mrs Thomas Phelps and Miss Minva are guests of Mr and Mrs Richard Cobb at Stanford Miss Charlotte Robinson of Colum bus Ohio is the charming guest of Miss Florrie Chenanlt Mrs Daniel S Harbor Mrs D Bates Shackelford and Miss Margaret Chen ault spent Saturday in Lexington Mrs Walter Schoolfield and daughter M las Pearl of Bellevue are visiting Mr Schoolfield at tlm Hotel Glyndon Mrs Annie Norris and Miss Lila Martin of St Louis Mo are guests of Mrs L J Frazee on Second street Mrs Mary Neale Thompson who for several months has been visiting friends in Kansas City returned home Friday Col Shelby Tribble assistant editor inchief of the Registers job depart bent passed Sunday pleasantly at Nicholasville Mrs C C Wallace has returned from Xieliolasvillo She was with Mr Wal laces sister Mrs Estill Payne who was quite sick Miss Esther Burnam aftera pleasant visit of several weeks to her grand parents hiss returned to her home in Frankfort babyLouisefamily of Judge A R Burnside Lan caster Record The ladies will not wear their hats durinc the Sacred Conceit tomorrow evening at 8 oclock at the First Pres byterian church Mrs S E Thurman left last weekin company with her daughterinlaw Mrs J T Thurman where she will visit for several weeks It WHS a pleasure to welcome home from Florida Mr and Mrs Thomas E Arnold who have been in the Land of Flowers for several months Mr Matt S Cohen returned on Sun slay night from New York where he lad his usual success with liLt stable of fine horses some of which he disposed of at prices ranging from OO to 1000 Mr and Mrs Jno W Turley of Richmond came over Monday to visit the IntlorV parents Jndge and Mrs F P Pemlleton Mr Turley returned home Monday evening and Mrs Turley will go home today Winchester Sun Dr Carlos Fish of Chicago is visiting CarpenterMrsville N C is with Mrs Nill Sever ance nUll the baby Dr U M Phelps orders Ills paper changed from Paducah to Silver Cliff Col where he lies lo cated Stanford Journal Prof Paxtons entertainment of the Prandennial Club Friday night has been pronounced one of the test eier held the supper at Joes fating a model and the discussion of Universal Educa tion awaking the greatest interest congratulatedentertainment Although they have succeeded in reliablyintorinedone ot our best known citizens and popularwill be married today by Elder Lloyd and will leave on an extended bridal tourMrs Eugenia Dunlap Potts one of the most accomplished and charming of Kentucky women pas been here for a week She is a writer of Statewide reputation once edited the Illustrated Kentuckian and other jonrnals and lisa written many poems of unquestioned merit among them the volume entitled The Song of Lancaster As a con versationalist she is brilliant and while it was not a supreme test of her ability we remember once to have seen Mrs Potts entertain Vice President Adlai Stevenson for an hour on a journey to the meeting of the Kentucky Press As sociat ion Geo Broaddus of Richmond was In town TuesdayMr Mostly of Richmond Collecespent Sunday at this piaieMrs m Tudor and Mrs C W FridayMrsWednesday to see her brother Mr- 1lutev who is sick Mrs W T B Williams and Mrs E K Lane went to CoUeg9Hill Wednesday to see Mrs who is dangerously ill with pneumonlaMr Robert Mc Farland and family returned to their home in Henderson Wednesday their child being able to be taken home after a serious illness Estill County News Richmond society is again to have one of its elegaut entertainments for which It is so justly noted Friday night May 4 1 his time it is to be a Charity Hall the proceeds to be given to the Boonesbnro Memorial Fundthat is for a monument to be placed pn the site of the old fort to the memory of its dead heroes It in willbeknown that it is in the hands of tho fol lowing people Mr Robert Lit tIe President Miss Sue Hume Secre 1IrJEntertainment Messrs Will Hume Modes Shacfcelford Jan Cratcher Mr Herrington Lewis Neale Patronesses giiilMrsStiackolfordand Mrs J Stone Walker Mr und Mrs HumeTbe9 oclock by a grand march An ICP cream parlor will be beautifully fitted np in the room generally used as the gentleman dressing room where ice durinitheorLouisville ithrapromised the music loving and dane ing the best music have ever badRELIOJOUS Elder Richard French of Winches theirtSundaysame time M Aee will afeo or sBlze ebildrenpreeeut bjatu1ri c IThs Month Talt III I Sarsapslllla T And have new pure and bright blood Then you will enjo Uife evening will be conducted bv the pastor Dr Whittle of Franklin Ky is MondayEverybody tend MARRIED BALLABDCoKnuiT Mr P P Ballard Jr and Miss Laura E Conduit were married at Trenton Mo on April 25 The groom is a grandson of our distinguished townsman and esteemed friend Capt P P Enllard and to the new couple the CLIMAX extends con gratulations BIRTHS SMITH A little daughter came Saturday morning to bless the home of Rev arid Mrs Jasper K Smith at their home on the University Campus The little stranger comes like the birds and flowers and warm sunshine of spring to bring gladness to the hearts and joy to the family already blessed with a goodly proportion of the jewels that go 10 make up a delightful circle The little folks have already convened a family meeting and decreed that the little stranger shall hear the name of Katherine Anne for its maternal grandmother and it is not consul ered unlikely that the parental veto will be interposed although even should this be the case the majority is strong enough to carry it over the executive veto A model and most charming family is the one thus blessed and tho CLIMAX joins its congratulations with those pouring in from all quarters the beloved pastor and his most excellent wife DEATHS OLUIIAM By simple oversight we fatted to note the death two weeks since of Preston Oldham an old and honored citizen whose familiar forum was long a conspicuous figure on our streets He was a gallant Contoderate soldier anti around his grave grey headed comrades stood He was one of the oldest and best and those who survive him have the frosts of many winters on tbeir brows The ranks are growing thinner It will not be long until some one not a comrade will have to perform the solemn rites for the last of the soldIers of thin furled banner He was never stropg ho suffered much physically life had many bur dens for him and its necessities de manded constant thought But ho was blessed with the devotion of loved ones which included his comrades who reverently laid him down iu an honored grave to rest until the Captain of his Salvation shall summon him to eternal life- IIOLLIDAYThme Paris Kentuckian of last Wednesday niade this nice notice of the death of the crandmother of Mrs Harrv S Stont of this city Mrs RHeritagedifdthe home of her husband on Eighth street after a brief illness An espe cially sad feature of the death was the fact the deceased Jiad looked for ward with much joy to April 21st just past us time 50th anniversary of her mar riage which occured in 1850 Cards bad been issued for a Golden Wed ding but when the serious illness developed the cardb were recalled and the hospitable woman passed to her reward surrounded bv her children and immediate family who had come from distant States to attend the anniversary which has terminated so sadly Mrs Holiday was an excellent lady vimo hail a large circle of friends Shmo was TwciaUv noted for her great love of flowers and always surrounded with blooming plants Time funeral took place thus afternoon at 4 oclock at the family residence on Eighth street Services bv Rev J S Mesedith Bur ial at Paris cemetery The following SpparswSmedy Ed Caldwell and Henry 0 James GRIND SACRED CONCERT The lovers of good music are promised a rare treat in the Sacred Concert PresbyterinnThursday the 4th just This concert has been talked of and looked forward to ever since the appear Slice of the pipe organ in our midst but now under the able leadership of Mesdames H B Hanger and J T Akere it is not only an assured fact but uu as sured success as well These Indies will have the assistance of inch wellknown musicians as Mrs A R Burn am Mr A D Flora Miss Cnruthers Mrs J Ti McChutock Mr J V Logan aul others and the program cannot fail to satisfy and delight all It is earnestly hoped that the large church so generously offered for this concert will be filled to its utmost capacity A small admis sion fee paid at the door the whole of which will be given InfirmaryThochutch orated ushers will see that all are comfortably seated and ho pains will be spared to make this the musical event of the season Those in charge specially request that ladies will come without hats or else prepared to remove them dur mug the concert A FRIEND PROGRAM Grand March Organ a MraJT Akers Quartette Hark llarkt My Soul Uarens Contralto Solo Miss CnrutUers Duet Mr Klorn nml Mre Burnam Ave MarlaIntermezzlo Carelllus Rustlcana Mrs H B Hanger Bolo Feor TsraelDudleyj3uckMrA1 Duet The Lord Is My 8hepherd Mrs Hunger nut Miss Uiirruther Solo f Mrs A It Uurnam- Vlollu TurnerMrsQuartette To DeuniDudley Buck ADMISSION iScts The lUpplcit Woman in Richmond Remark able Cine MrsEdmis city ibe has been cured of H malignant cancer that had baffled all elTorib to stay iw rapid march of de struction until she began the treat went at Kuusaa City specialist and lotlky Mrs Uowlaud is practically tlJeeXIstiplcertain cures for cancer but when a CllbCof such promiutnce as this conies under our personal observation one that is familiar to some of the best citl doubtedlorot humanltariamiam impete Mr and Mrs Rowland to permit the story to go before the puulic editor of visitetlthebdyAbout two years ago Mrs Rowland de ollherlJertJM particular trouble but grew BO rapid ly that ehe became alarmed t5he wjia sooe madeaware by her I1IYi4a that etie im4 a 5irrho55 eaacer and Inter tlHobMirAft frwMws attMip to Mlk W f t wM1 tIaMnitiM 1wII r J r 1 I 04 1 Crowe of this city was directed in Rome way to an advertisement in hits denominational paper the Central Presbyterian which set forth the great merits of an old and successful method of treating cancer together with teeth monials to the eenninonesaof theclnim made by the discoverer Mrs Bow land almost in despair but yet hoping for hopeTimebut yet the names of reputable testators reinforced the claims made for the medicine and at lat the good lady sent for the treatment It conssfa of two powerful salves a bottle of golden oil and a blood purifier The exact process of cure is described and Mrs Rowland says every detail of her recover corresponded with the claims of the discoverer And shim has used the treatment but seven weeks In response to a supcestlon that she must be very happy Mrs Rowlands eves beamed and she said her heart beat with inexpressible jov and crati tude for her recovery and that she would thank the CMSPAX to beg all those suffering from cancer tumor etc to communicate with Dr Wm O Byes Sanitarium DrawerNKansas City Missouri Contest lo Choose Representatives lo the Blue Grass Tournament This most delightful feature of our interurban public schools takes place at Winchester this year Caldwell High School has always been one of the leaders in all departments and this year she will strive to surpass all records On Saturday nieht next at the Court House the contest to deride who shall represent usin Declamation Vocal Solos Duetts Quartette etc will be held exercises to begin at 730 paytimefinal contest at Winchester an admission of 25 cents will be charged children under 12 years lUc- CHORUS DECLAMATION Spotsrho Fruit Ye Shall Know Them OIKLS Miss Lila Taylor Leah May W Ballard Vaehll Amanda DuncanMlnuet Nannie Boudinot SOLO Mala- Boian Lackey All Through The Night Wm S Broaddus Anchored SOLO Female Miss Marie SchillingIf I Were a BoyEda Qinnchieliani This Little Girl is Not For Sale Nettie ScrivenerAdIeu Marie Lee WhiteA Little Nook IKnow Annie Todd Where The Birds Sing Stella Bowman Winter Lullaby DUET VOCAL Misses Million and BowmanO Come Ye Flowerets Misses Rucker and WhiteOn The Moon Lit Stream Misses Scrivener and Scrivener I Heard a Voice in The Tranquil Night PIANO DUET Misses Parrish and Powell Misses Million and Million Decision of Judges LUlicsBloom BALDWIN gripTheplanting corn John Murphy of Kansas is very ill at tho homo of J J Kanatazar Miss Belle Million is teach In school at Uurwood College Million Ky ValleyView Mastershavetown John Clark and wife of Valley View YoungSunday DOYLESVILLE Farmers in this section are very busy at present planting corn Mr and Mrs Sara Griggs have returned from a few days visit to the family ol Mr Shelby Jett at Kirksville Mrs Henry Abney who bait been very sick for some days with la grippe and malaria fever is recovering tueMetSundayGrass on causinMILLION ishuproviugMrLittle Eddie Tudor is on the sick list Mrs John Masters of this locality is very ill fathervFarmers of this section are busy planting corn MrsLIzziebeendanJerousl andSundllYMiss Maude Lowry pentturdav YoungMrswith her sisterinlaw Mn Rufus Jen kins The infant son of Mr and Mrs Burrel Coates died last Wednesday of pneu moniaMr Clinton Grigcs and ramllof ItufusJezmkrnms Ricimmondpreachcdto eveningMr 24 ofhisday EM ElI TEE PAINT LICK Mr W F Champ paid a flying little visit to Mt Vernon recently BElMr and Mrs Victor Lear train Lan caster are visiting Mrs S D Cochrau Mrs Lizzie Henderson from Rich visitlIrsMrs D P Armer of Richmond WilliamWallacesQuarterly Conference was held at the SundayScrvicesconducted Mr nnd Mrs Phil Putins nee Miss Etta Denton of Crab Orchard visited relatives in our community this week Mistj Lula Mrplure has returned from a pleasant visit to friends In Madison and is now with her cousin Mrs Robt Arnold A very able sermon was preached by BaptistturdayAunt Julia Spilmao a highly re atherwas buried at Old Paint Lick Fun CrawfordDryears workin Medical College Chi tJlook1nglIatlelially friends are delighted to have bim in our midst arratigingtolcbool gnu telowiltfifwia 01 UM wtertMttiBwk iiU be nwd Mr Mlmi Kbrary RICE STATION ITymnr Richaidson went lo Rich inond Thursday Considerable sickness throughout this county Mostly grip Mjfts Pearl Newman of Fainville was at Rico Station Friday The teleeraph office hers becomes a Western Union office the first of May Jonah Vagers is In thocily this week buvlng goods for hits Wnjersvilln store Frank Kirby and Thix Rico of Drownville were at time Station Mon dav grocerydrummerthis weep Pimp Wagers clerk of Wagers and Rice gets all kinds ot letters Sometimes very shortfor instance Hello Simp II P Reynolds an accomplished painter has finished painting time home of AV 1 Rico HoVglns on the Grand Eastern Hotel Miss Qnincy King who has been vis iting Mr and Mrs T J King returned to her home at Mt Sterling Saturday Her charming manner won for her many friends Editor Miller ot Richmond was seen paping on the train Wednesday from lila fishing trip of several days Doe why did you not let iwppy your string We believe because there was nothing onitWe had tho pleasure of attending a very swell birthday party given to Earl J Park at the home of Mrs M P Gardner at Irvine Thursday night The house and yard were beautifully lighted with Chinese lanterns About sixty young people made merry the evening The party turned into an old fashioned candy pulling from 11 to 12 p m KIRKSVILEE Sec first page Sows This Woofler One Hundred Dollars re ward for any case of Catarrh that can not be cured by Halls Catarrhi Cure F J CHENEY CO Toledo We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last 15 years anti believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by their firm DruggistsToledovine Wholesale Druggists Toledo O Halls Catarrh Cure is taken Internally acting directly upon the blood systemTestimonials Sold by all drntrgists 73 cents Halls Family Pills are tho best Smaylin NE E TIEf r LirE Water and f Light See JM RIFFE arid have him to put you in a firstclass sanitarv job of Plumbing in your residence Also have him to furnish you a High Grade Elevator Cup Pump Keeps on hands allkinds of Mill Supplies Pipes and descriptionoffor fitting up residence in county with Plumbing and Gas Machines and Wind hula- S Main St Richmond Ky Lock Box 173 I have 20000 feet of the Best Quality of Hose for sale at reduced prices may2axi PlttsbnrgWailthan any other paper can profitably be sold i Tne 4 f It t tt+ It is cheaper in price that any other and yet there is no better Wall Paper rnide Only the most pop tilar patterns and coloring are sold Tho designs are the work of the fore mOAt American and foreign decorative artistsWE SELL THIS PAPER Come to us if you want dm best at the lowest price GEO M WILiGINfi + G +++4+++ + i+++T Wallpapers Window SUadcit Pic iTT Stock the Prices 31 Xf209 W Main St Richmond Ky t + ++444 ++ + + hAS STovEs t++ ++ +AT COSTl ot CHEAP cms t t 4Li Do not have a gasoline lixplosion wheu you can get Gas at l 25 per a1iogihisHas Reduced the Price of Gas in Order to Encouiage the Use of the Gas St vejM Once try a Gas Cooking 8Jote and you will never give It upI a just as cheap as eoaimind alwaysrejidy can mike in threo minutes Wf ehl Stoves at Cost and run e to ctjrB ug tree jUseincrease your light flvo times and ipijce your gas bill twothirds Gall at the office for parUc lars 1IDa = ssa shej ICka = tiekellId d Ii Li BY SPECIAL MESSENGER If necessary but ordinarily by our LAUNDRY WORK will be delivered at at the time I promisedOnr never falls short ol per fection The treatment of every ar tide by skilled hands in the pro per way ensures that finish for which tIm- e1RICHMOND LAUNDRY is so justly famous RICHMOND STEAM LAUNDRY lfJ Urolb IID IroiJll 1JtrW fl asing W Ofas which bring hope to many a sufferer and banish fear Painless tit e Dentistry- All work is done by thor oughlyskilled and experienced graduates and each operation is successfully performed Artificial Teeth Ask Our Patients DR HOBSON Dentist Richmond Ky doortoGivernmeutBltlgin fice ppeu all night I NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY p Neat Nrbby Nice Dress Goods i i AN INSPECTION OF OUR STOCK WILL CON VINCE YOU THAT WE HAVE THEM AND THAT QUIt PRICES ARE RIGHT f E HAVE AN ELEGANT LINE OF SILK GINGIIAMS AT 39ClJ IA few patterns of Japanese Wash Silks at Wctheir real value is Oci73 on c forget our Percales and Ginghamswe have them in the proper styles and shades at PRICES to suit you Linen Skirts at 39c Scotch Lawns at 5c Our Lassa Quilts at 59c 75c and on up to 135 will speak for themselves whenrou see them Tjir1ip Mercerized Sateen Skirts ODe Ladies all colors 49 and 79c Ladies Silkatine Skirts deep flounce corded ruWe all colors 99c Infants Caps at 9c Infants Embroidered Silk Caps at 25c Ladies Blacked Ribbed Hose special grade 2 pair for 25c Dadies Lace Stripped Hose 25c Childrens Hose in fast colors at lOc Ladies Jet Belts at the very low price of 25c Dont overlook our line of Covert and White P K Skirts We feel sure that our stock will please you and you are invited to call and examine Clarks Thread still goes at 4c OUR BARGAIN SHOE SALE IS STILL GOING ON Come early or you will be too late to secure a bargain for the stock will soon be gone at the prices we have marked them OWEN MQKEEJ- l I pv 1 A FAn OFFERIL will fill any same price for line that you can get from any other city Selected from anybodys cata Ipgue that you may have thereby saving you expense of ordering Respectfully jan3lyr DP ARMER NPW York has a cooperative cigar rette makers union WANTED WALNUT LOGStLUMBERt TREES oeAddresseo C C MENGEL JR BRO CO INCORPORATED c ay2JmLoU SVILLE KY SPECIALTYIUNDERTAKING A Watch for Our Grand OPENING I otlHaving purchased the Furni ture and Undertaking Estab lishment formerly owned by MR S4 N MOBERLEY I will continue the business at the same stand No 220222 W MainStreet We guarantee polite atten tion and general satisfaction and our stock will consist of only the best and up to date Iin J+ t w Carpets and tInattingsAIJ COST FOR CASH Night Phone J J 6 Day Phone 63 Respectfully Jo1 SiJOPLINI Watch For Our Grand O GJ PITT BURG ENTRAL TOK YARD EAST LIBERTY PA OFFER SUPERIOR ADVANTAGES TO SHIPPERS rearrangedIt v Best Distributing Point East of Indianapolis for Balti more Washington Philadelphia New York and all Eastern markets 1allELDERS BARGAIN LIST Of Standard Books and Stationery In the Arlington Edition Cloth Bound Gilt Trinnned we have the following at I 5c a Volume Amatuer Amusements Pro Lorento The American Chesterfield CompareGibbonBaronYoung Folks Book of Birds Bilby what Alice found there Illustra Dr Jekyl and Mr Hyde Stevenson ted Carroll DEmbryAdveuturesOhnetGrecian ClmrhiiNorrisDuds and Blossoms or Wreathes of Boottles ChildrenSVInter Friendship Anthnr Longfellowllllthdale goodTwiceElizabeth or the Exiles of Siberia The Barbodocs Qrla tale Mrs a tale founded on fact i Ilall-andKllpatnickJttore The Boys own Book of Outdoor Peg Wafflngton Reade Sports Uncle John Handy AndyLoveil Knickerbocker A Study In ScarletDoyle Waverley Scott The Sketch Book Irving Fairy Tales and Stories Dr Dnlcken Red Gauntlet a tale ot the 18th uClayTiman Century Scott StepulakCrtcketSpoopcnkyke Huntley The Economical Cookbook on Prac Courting of Dinah Shad tical Cooking of today Mrs Cooks Voyages Howie Jane Warner BIglow Paper Wilbur Browns Concordance the Old and DoyleChiffons New Testament Her John Brown D D Breeile Langton Smart Claudius Bonrbamac the Special VerneEnglishAs in a Looting OlarsPhillip Young Folks Natural Historry II BUbyDodorRtUebeadAdventures in Wonderland Twenty Thousand Leagues Under VerneBrief InLlleDickens Complete Works in nice Red Imitation Russia Leather Binding J5 Volumes fComplete 374 1 Barnaby Budge mind other stories 8 Little Dorrit Nlcklebya storiesa6 David 3opperfleld i u Pickwick Papers 7 Great and other It Tale of Two Cities storiest 15 Christmas Stories Thackerys Works in same Binding as Dickens Works all JO Volumes at 274 I Hajny Iyndon fSS roundabout Papers DooksaVIrginiansIElliotts Works in Brown Cloth Binding Six VolumesJ89- I The Mill on the floss and Silas 7flanlel Deronda manner JHUfeUx Holt the Spanish Spy otherPoemsacalhifs Edna Lyalls Works in Darl Brown Cloth Bind ingt Six VoItttSg 189 1 Knight Errant Won by DaysaWinter1FDICTIONARIES nussla Words Biography Synonyms awt BtoyBM 4e plumes aorcigmujphrues Abroymatlons c Indexed wi 150 raSamasSaali Pockit IkIoa uh uI andERIdgcrDarbpckmI 1iF ra E11ELDER 1111iw I ITi TTTiLLjJ Tffti i J ill11 Union There Is Strength Having sold a half interest in my Grocery Business to Mr JohnE Baldwin I wish to thank lImy patrons for past favors and to ask a continuance of same Mr Baldwin calls attention of his friends to his partnership in the Business and ogoodsjf DEATHERAGE pWINISuccessors to E Deatherage I 1 The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY MAY 1900 =l DEAR MADAM Now is the time to plant flower seed bulbs and plants and we have laid in the largest variety in thecounty and are disposing of them rapidly No trouble to show goods or pricesjA students lamp beats gas or electricity and is not nearly so expensive I A beautiful parlor lamp is an ornament once possessed 4 is never abandoned We have dozens to select from Single pieces of fine china or whole sets of dishes city styles at city prices Cut glass and fine china Novelties BracaBrac c Lump Globes Chimneys etc Tumblers Cups Glasses Mugs etc Everything firstclass at lowest prices i McCANN DEATHERAGE Kirksville Vter on first pago iClCopeland at Berea Saturday Save money and get a suit trom Stouftor mar4tf Suits from 10 up to measure at Stouffers raarl4tf Kirksville letter to reach here by Monday noon earlier Cull and leave your measure at StouJTcrs the tailor marl tf I T H Taylor the Waco merchant whose store recently burned will re build Fancy shirts in new styles at Stonf fort marl4tf riuht now is what we seem to lie who doeth all things well IIin best Iowell sold to J W Units of Richmond his sorrel mare bv A C Dunns English Hunter for JOOStmord Journal Our motto is strictly cash nest froceries at lowest prices tf R A UAXTEK Mgr Mrs Nannie Sfartyn and family have moved to the John McKenna resilience on Main street If you have any oak ash poplar or walnut logs or trees and wish to sell thom for I1Ih write or rail on RoY SOPEB Co Inov29 Gin Nicholasville Ky Dont buy a suit until you sot Stouffers marl4tf Mv guarantee is that every Suit of j Cl iiliiH thill give perfect satisfaction brtf rf avinir the hoj I do noi charge for clothe that do not fit CIIAS JACOBS j feb2ltf The Tailor hoyiJClothingJisiorti iMit ol fllIIIIInver I tit Richmond Hi price tire tIll anil iroods the bust Cull and 1invCtiJutoopportunity ifTorwl febSlif to good Ntlary of 15 per week for man with rig to intro duce our Poultry Mixture and j J 8troy r in thcfouutry Send InFectI American MfgCo Terre haute The new cutter can 28fobly lit Oil atj Ktoullers inar4tf Agents on salary of15 per week and expense the creates agent wilier ever pnulujued every stock and poultry raiser buys it on sight Hustlers want j od Ilof rence Address with stamp American AJfg Co Terre Hnute 28febly Ind upGeoSee the new stylo hats atStou ers Richmond will have a fair in July Have suits imde by Stouffer and save 10 mar4tf C U vs Miami College base ball team Friday veryfineCentral UniverBitv8 Law School closed last Friday with five graduates Mrs J Speed Smith has a double seated carriage just renovated for sale A new and latest improved Nation al Cash Register for sale Apply at this office ISaprtf The Enterprise Grocery will sell honsaintf C C Metigcl Jr Co of Louis villo have an advertisement on the second page of todays CUMAX in walnutlowlumber Ilourehasthe famous herd of sheep recently pur CIiemiulfromMr D F Sharp the enterprising merchant at Pauola shipped the first car of tan bark this year from that place to tho city market Thursday Itwas also the largest load of ever shipped over tho L A railroad containing 18 cords aud 14 feet Ken tucky measure White Wash Brushes lOc on up Geo M WilIging For Rent A neat five room cottage near tho Episcopalchurch Price SJO per month Apply to DR EVANS 25aprtf Hew and True Dentists who extract teeth because they ache should go to school and learn how they should bo treated Dr Hob son next door to Government Build- Ing Richmond Ky jnlOtf Stouffer the tailor makes suits to fit marl4tf For Sate A new Deering Binder just used one pureToulouseW G POWELL l8pr6w Red House Ky EenterpriseGroceryceries for cash than any grocery house in Richmond R A BAXTEB Mgrtf Census Enumerators Appointed So far the only enumerators appoint ed in Madison are Messrs Mack Miller Robert E Little antI Col D W Trib blo Electric Plant Ordered Sold Judge Scott has decreed that the Richmond Electric Light plant and franchise now in charge of Receiver S E Scott shall be sold on a date to be set by the receiver not later than July 10 The upset price named is 8000 Witnesses in the Culton Case The following gentlemen of this city wcresumraoned to Frnnkfort Monday as Commonwealths witnesses in the ease ot W II Culton for conspiracy in the lioebel assassination Messrs Cal Snyder John Embry Wink C niggers ta IT Mormon Elders Here Two disciples of Brigham Young came here Monday Irom eastern Ken tucky anti offered their literature for sale They aro intelligent and well behaved and aro indifiorent seemingly to the inhospitable rereption which their beliefs generally receive An Old Student DIes Walter J fluky of Nlcholasville who was a graduated at C U in 1883 died in LoniHvIIle April 28 Years ago he Wrtit to Pnlatka Fla with ins parents who still reside there Deceased was a schoolmate of It Tate Irvine L It Klanton and other wellknown alumni When you go to buy mixed paints insist on seeing the name of the maker and the list showing whether itis first second third or fourth grade some dealers are selling third and fourth grade as the best paint Willgings Paint is guaranteed to be the best at any price Only J25 per gal We mix it in any color and quantity whilst you wait 1IWe Arel 99 9 t 6 Now Ready f With the largest and most complete line ofs 2 SHOES HATS AND MENS- FURNISHINGS Ever brought to RICHMOND We have all the New Things and atPRICES that will please you to buy We invite you to call and examine ourc h Spring Stock and get our prices before buying and be con vinced that for the same quality of goods we are the CHEAPEST house in Richmond I RICE ARNOLD Maui Street Richmond Ky ptllCm 54AIr 2- or 0 ti 0 WallPaper 4 and 5c Gilts 6c Dark rich reds blues and greens 9c up Price Tells Geo M Willging ResTdtnce Burnt The old Squire Green Million resi deuce nine miles from Bichraond on the Lexington pike was burned to the ground on Saturday entailing a loss of about 3000 There was considerable insurance on the house but the occu everythingPublic Training SteMe JT Embry and D S Wilcox bay ing joined in partnership for the pur pose of opened n public stable at the fair grounds Any one having colts to break or horses to be handled for speed will do well to Fee llapr3m Esmnv WILCOX What The Prosecution Expects to Prove In order to be posted on n flairs as they progress in the trial of the men suspected or complicity in the murder of Senator Ooebel readers should turn to the fourth column of our last page and read article entitled The Plot giving tim outline ol what the prosecution is expecting to prove It is a startling catalogue of the crime and the alleged crimInals aud sltoulJI be borne in mind as the case is in progress now Col Copeland at Berea pintformlege on the Future of tile Republic on Saturday night next May 5 Ad mission 25 cents children 15 cents We have had an opportunity to observe the class of lecturers annually schedul ed at Berea andcan say that there is superiorpublicAppointed Chic Surgeon An unexpected but deserved honor has been conferred upon Dr John W Harris of this city by Brigadier Genera James B Clay of Lexington who has appointed our fellow citizen his Chief Surgeon on the StarT of the Briga KentuckyBrigadeThe appointment is one which will meet with popular approval Dr abilitybutsuave handsome and entertaining and we feel suro General Clay has strengthened his staff by this addition to its ranks Narrow Escape Mrs D Bates Shackelford and sister countydrovemet with an accident that came near proving serious As they were drlv Lexington their horse became frightened by an electric car and wheeling suddenly threw Mrs Har ber to the brick streets bruising her considerably Notwithstanding her in juries and position on the street Mrs Harber seized the wheel of the buggy preventing the vehicle from upsetting with Mrs Shackelford The horse was quieted and the ladies proceeded on their joujuey and soon forgot the oc currence Dont buy OLD LEAD left over from last year some with out name of maker or guaran purefreshEvery keg guaranteed day month and year stamped on kegsExamine they are labeled That Electric Line to Richmond Now Seems a Certainly The CLIMAX is reliably informed that turuplkebothstrongly in favor of the proposed dee tric railroad to connect this city and Lexington The CLIMAX has combat ted the scheme from the btaft but if the farmers want the road no amount of kicking from Richmond will avail for the line can bb built up to the city urn its which would place Richmond in connection just the same This scheme of the Lexington capitalists chief among them being Dr David Bennett erMadisonian embraces all the sur rounding towns GeorgetownVersallles Richmond Nicholasville etc and what wo once believed to be a dream is now on the verge of fulfillment The Costly Hahnemann Monument The location of this monument which is soon to be erected as a tribute to the memory of tho illustrious Dr Samuel HahuemaDn the Father of Homeopothy has been selected It will be erected in Washington City and the site chosen is on Scott Circle in one of the most attractive portions of the City The ground with f4000 for the construction of the foundation has been donated by Congress and President McKinley has signed appropriationTheis considered by connoisseurs to be one of the finest works of art in this country The work of construction is pro completetlbvthe monument will take place during the meeting of tile American Institute of Homeopothy which will be held at Washington City June next and Dra Smoot and Hoton of Richmond may attend Two Fine Musicals Mrs Geo W Pickelsmust have been gratilleu by the success achieved by two of her pupils last Thursday at the Piano Recital of Deatherage and Lizzie Feeny The former while talentIproficiency Not alone in music haa aha excelled but has the highest aver age so fur in her studies at Madison Institute As an essayist she is remarkable and possesses a memory that is almost faultless But in music she is susceptible of high cultivation and has rapidly advanced under Mrs Pickets trainingOf Feenys performance noth ing we can say is too go dShe adds to the charm of real worth that of un conscious beauty and is a talented vo calist and pianist She plays and sings with case and grace and receives the plan lite of her audiences with modest satisfaction In the triumph of these young ladies we see the imprint ot their faithful teachers heart and hands Cecllian Club Notes The Ceciliun Club was most pleasantly entertained by Mrs Robert Bur uam Wednesday afternoon at 3 oclock Mendelfsolmsthe rollcall was responded to with a bit of data of his life by each member After the business of the meeting was disposed of Mrs Pickets opened the programme with a most thoughtful and interesting account of Mendels sohns Elijah being followed by a good paper read by Miss Helen pen nett ou the personal side of Mendels sohns life i which matte their hearers feel most closely in touch with the great musician who put BO much of the nobility of his character into lila compositionsMrs White and Mrs Burnam played one of his Overtures with much taste and feeling and Mrs Harvey GUenault a graceful Gondolied fol lowed a stirring movement from the Hunters Song Mies Olivia Baldwins rendition of his Crtpriccio Brilliant only added to hot already accepted reputation as an artistic pianist ltiljR Julia Iligitlils playln Handels beautiful Largo on the violin was a pleasant digression from the pro gramme after which a paper on the Origin of the Oratorio in which Han del wes so potent a factor made the afternoons work round and consistent presentMrsSmith Jr tlehoste8fholditaJnal meeting before the Hm niqr vacation wiih Mr Q WbM XI f tSPRJNG- t ooonsq IN ALL THE NEW THINGS IN MENS WEAR J Come and see what we are showing in Eight Teh f- If Twelvefifty Fifteen and Eighteen Dollar Lines at of M ns N- ew3TYL1SH I SUITSJ- l fitNo one will give you the value that you will find in w these goods for the e PRICE I We are also showing all the new in Furnish X A ing Goods Hats and Shoes Antlalso have some 1 OvercoatsJ Y W and will save you money on every article These rA same goods will cost you more money next f- allCovingtonMitcheII e r r rStanford Girls Will Hear a FIno Address Rev W H Ryalls the new pastor of the Baptist Church this city has been invited to address the faculty and stu dents of Stanford Female College on Thursday June 7 The school is to be congratulated upon having selected this eloquent anti scholarlv speaker and we predict the utmost satisfaction with his effort Reduced Rates Via L N One fare for Round trip to Louisville May 14 15 and making train of 16th account of Musical Festival good returning until Ma 17 One fare plus t2 to St Louis and return May 15 16 and 17 good returning June 3rd ac count of General Assembly Presbyter ian church One and onethird fare for round trip to Louisville May 2rd to 19th good returning May 21st account Races and one fare for the round trip May 3 10 and 19th good returning for two days Second Trial of Lowry Fails of a Verdict As in the first trial the second trialof the Doc Lowry assault ease resulted In a lung jury and the prisoner was setback to the Lexington Jail to await trial at the next September court Tho jury was made up as follows W C Fitzpatrick Samuel Lackey Joel T Embry H B Scrivener C JJ Me Whorter J M Bowman Asker Hilton J W Harris Owen Stagner George Rice Enoch Rupard and Pleas Benton Judge JJreck Lowrys attorney in forms theCLIMAX that the Jury at one time stood 8 for hanging but finally re suited in 11 for hangioc the one who stood out against the death penalty be lug Mr Joel Embry exAssessor of Waco Mrs Clay Dead Mondays Lexington Herald contain ed this notice Mrs Mary Jane Warfield Clay wife of Gen Cassias Marcellus Clay died at tier home on North at 5 oclock Sunday afternoon in her eighty sixth year Infirmity due to age which had confined her to her room for sever al months was the cause of her death Five children survive her Brutus J Clay United States Commissioner to the Paris Exposition and four daugh ters Mrs Mary B Clay Mrs James Bennett of Richmond Ky Miss Laura flay and Mrs S Dabney Crenshaw of Richmond Va Mrs Clay was the daughter of Dr and Mrs Ellsba War field and was born here Much of her life was spent in Madison county She was a sister of Mrs Caroline Tariton Mrs Clara Hunt Mrs Ann Eyland and Mrs C C Rogers- FarleyDuerson Nuptials In response to the many handsomely engraved invitations the Pond Meeting House on Wednesday April 25 was well filled to witness the happy con summation of a pretty love story when Mr John Farley and Miss Jennie Duerson were united in the sacred bonds of matrimony Banks oft beautiful flowers includingpalms daisies and azalias ornamented the pulpit across each ite were streamers of beautiful snow white ribbon Just as the clocks were registering the hour of two the ushers Messrs David McCord and James Ellison stately and dignified wended their way toward the altar following at a distance on the right came the beautiful smiling bride clad in a becoming suit of tan clasped in her hand was a glorious boqttet of brides roses emblematic of her own beauty and purity of life town the opposite side had al ready advanced the best man Mr John Arnold adding grace and dignityto the occasion Following him came the groom accompanying Miss Lena DOer son sister of the brld tho formers manly face bespeaking the Joy he felt at winning the prize at the altar Rev J M Bailey pastor of tho church and hrotheri law of bride in a brief but beautiful ceremony soon pronounced them husband and wife and what God hath joined together let not man put asunder Jitter receiving from many Irfenda the heartiest congratulations and well wishes Mr and Mrs Farley sped away to the train fora bridal tour through the principal Southern cities thence to their cozy home near this city which in lila great love the groom has pre pared for the bride Their host of friends wieli them many years pf mar nell bliss and that their lives may be as bright and free from clouds as was their wedding day For Whooping Cough Asthma Bron chitis or Consumption no medicine equals Coussens Honey of Tar Price 25 and 50 cents Perry Thomas Smnylm The number of women studying med ncarly50perAn Epidemic ofWkocping Coutfi Last winter during an epidemic of whooping mv children contract ed the disease having severe coughing spells We had used Chamberlains Cough Remeday very successfully for croup and naturally turned to it at that time and found it relieved the cough and effected a complete cure John E Clifford Proprietor Norwood House Norwood N Y This remedy Is for sale by Perry Thomas 2mayltn gunboatonstration A Practicies Physician in Mbnticello III formulated Dr CaldweUa Syrup Pepsin Ask druggists llaprltn IA seat in the New York Stock Ex 41500fllillThe ancients believed that rhenma tism was the work of a demon within a man Any one who lisa hadam attack ot sciatic or inflsmMory rheumatism will agree that the infliction ia lemon IthMlains Palo Balm would cast opt do Rnllbnndredllooart relIevellthewhicH Itdot i k afefc worth m khfl9rrvT i c i 4 Afer DinnerTo assist digestion relieve distress alter eating or drinking too heartily to prevent constipation laic Hoods PillsSoul everywhere 25 cents You will find poetry nowhere unless you bring some with youJouberL Nothing has ever been produced to equal or compare with eye Pile Ointment as a curative and healing application for Plies Fissures blind and bleeding external or internal and itching and bleeding of the rectum The relief is immediate and lure Infallible Price O cents in bottles tubes 75 cents Perry Thomas 2maylm A combination ofthe lime macufac tnrerH of the South is on the point o completion Ve Ilont Want Money Bad We want it good aud we will give ydi value received as is every bottle r Dr Cald wells Syrup Pepsin no mat be it lOc 50o or 100 as we guarar it fur constipation indigestion t headache and stomach trouble by all druggists llnprlm Ordinary bicycles can be changed to tandems by au Illinois mans lion In constipation Herbine affords natural healthful remedy acti promptly A few small doses will u ally he found to so regulate the excre tory functions that they are able to or orate without anv aid whatever Pric 50 cents Perry Thomas 2inaylr is the age of youth50 is tl youihof old ageVictor Hugo April Showers Wash away the filth and waste accut uitueu luring winter- In like manner Hoods Sarsaparil expels from the blood impurities th have been deposited during the seas when there has been but little prespi atioti and perhaps constant cqnfin ment in impure and vitiated air It a boon to tired mothers housekeeper teachers and others who spend th time indoors It gives the blood richness and vita ity fitting it to nourish and stren the the nerves muscles and all the gref organs of the body It cures all sprit humorii and banishes that tired fee ingIt is the best medicine money cr lilly for all diseases caused by impu impoverished blood You shou begin taking it today llapr1 The secret of making ones self tir stopVoltaIreI consider it not only a pleasure but duty I owe to my t about the wonderful cure effected uiv case by tile timely use of Chamb laius Colic Cholera and Diarrho Remedy I was taken very badly wi fluxoiid procuree a bottle of this rem dy A few loses of it effected a perm neat cure I take pleasure iu recoi mending it to others suffering from till dreadful dipeaseJ W Lynch Dor W Va This remedy is sold by Parr Thomas 2maylm Iti great straits and when hope i urn II the boldest counsels are th saftvt Livy The Strength of Twenty Men Whim Shakespeare employed th phrasE he referredof courseto health ablebodied men If he had lived these hays he would have known tl men and women who are healthy m become so by taking Hoods Sarsa rilla This medicine by making blood rich and purer and giving g appetite and perfect digestion imp vitality and strength to the system The nonirritating cathartic Hr Pills We are all sure of two things ate shall suffer and we bhall C Goldsmith Unless a woman eats suflicientjn galkeepdigested Is the base of all strength and all beauty Her will help digest what you eat and you the clear bright beautiful skj health Price 50 and 75 cents I k rhomasL2maYl greaLrthoBruyre rDont Be Fanny It does not pay If you havoa thinr tell It riuht out iont usc uiftatis to attract attention AVp right out and we mean it too Dr QaldweUs Syrup Pepsin will every case of stomach trouble It 8t pany pain caused by indigestior knocks out sick headache by attiu the cause of the complaint rod aid to digest your food no matter what eat r Osgood Mo Oct 28 18 Pp 11l Syrup Co Monticello ill- UcntlemenI have used Syrup sin Jjor some time and find it most excellent results anti it iSiOC the rreatcst selling preparations iCl era icarried in stock I do not recommend it Very Resp rS Dr T Jones Sold by an druggists 11pr1ni- DurIng 1899 Brockton Mass chip pidlB29277 cases of shoes a gain of 37 30 liases over 1898 Tatter SaltRbeum and Kcsesa Te inteaee itching and smarting Inc I allaybYdiMplylDg Ointment Many very bad aaes- hItv been permently cured by it It lit equally efficteat for itching piles and a remedy for sore nipples chawed hands cbilWafew t tiancbrontcsore eyes 25 cIa per box Ijr CMjs CMiHtiMi Tmriern are j a hoes needis wa lit ic- bti Toqae Mood titaifier aDd ftItyIare to fooi Hi 1S k pttlAlhfl a III J iI a 111JI TIlE LADIES TAILOSMADE SUIT DEPARTMENT AT THE BUSY BEE CASH STORE Has been a success far beyond the ex pectation of the proprietors They have therefore redoubled their energies put in an entire new lot of Suits iud are showing at present the most complete line of Ladies Fine and Medium Priced Tailormade Suits ever placed on sale by anybody tyl s n Fits G ranteed See our 750 1000 1250 and 1500 line of Ladies Tailocmade Suits they are beauties and worth In many instances double the price we ask for them WE ARE ALSO SHOWING AN ELEGANT LINE OF FINE ThC H OTJIRTAi TSIt will be a treat to any lady to see our assortment of Fine Lace Curtains They comprise all the new things Point De Callie Batenburgh Lace and inserting effects Irish Points etc Call and see our Curtains before buying we will save you money CARPETSCARPETSYou dont have to leave home to buy a FineXHarpet We have the most complete line ever shown in Richmond We haye all the best things in Ingrains Tapestrys Moquettes Boby Brussels Velvet Brussels Axminsters etc Full line of Linoliums Oilcloths Oil shades etc Our prices on this line of goods are much lower than can be hadanywhere We have the largest line of Matting ever shown in this city Our prices commence at lOco a good matting SHOES AND SLIPPERSWe are showing a line of Ladies Fine Shoes and Slippers that cant be surpassed by any large shoe store and in order to introduce our line of shoes more thoroughly we are m Uiwz some SPECIAL CUT PRICES inthis line Dont fail to look through our Shoe iou will be surprised at the Fine Quality of our Ladies and Childrens r prices will be an eyeopener to you f a44 We are agents for The i American Lady Corset i This Corset is given up to be the most perfect fitter + and most comfortable of all Corsets try one G i to see at our we are MT It is the little rift within the lute which ever widening makes the music mute It is just a little rift in the health of a woman often whicgradual ly takes the spring from her step the light from her eyes the rose from her cheeks and the music from her voice Perhaps the bugbear which has fright ened the woman from the timely help needed at the has been the dreaded theobnoxious exam ination the local treatments ot the home physician There is no need for these Nor is there need for continu ed suffering Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription can be relied on bv every woman from what are called female troubles to renew the health and cure the disease Wompn are as tonished at the results of the use of this medicine It not only makes weak women robust and rosy cheeked but it gives them back the vigor and vitality of youth Free Dr Pierces Common Sense Medical Adviser 1008 pages isBenlfree on receipt of 21 one cent stamps to paw expense of only Address Dr K V Pierce Brooklyn N Y Crjiel people aro ever cowards in em ergency He that seeks find He thai takes OUR DRESS GOODS and Pretty Wash Fabrics are the talk of the town You cant afford not to see them OUR CLOTHING DEPARTMENT is chuck full of things for Men 4and Children We can fit anybody j anyway Our prices styles and quali ties are all fitters If you expect to need r a suitor pair of pants give us a trial nking you for past favors and hoping you ECASH STORE soon very respectfully fjfff D OLDIIAM COMPANY RICHMOND STERLING AND GEORGETOWNL1 beginning questions suffering mailing pureHSh good Boys FENCE Something New In Farm Fence 4 LexingtonKyfive oak slats to the rod Tnis is the original patent COIL countybeforeAgents for Buckeye Binders and Mowers also Coal Hay Feed Lime Salt Cement etc LETCHER WITT j TELEPHONE 142 pallothas suspected rightly her darling was troubled with wormc has regained the rosy hue of health with a few doses of Whites Cream Vermifuge Price 25 cents Perry Thomas 2maylm 1apelteeth we alleged to be superi or to any ther substance yet employed Ballards Snow Liniment cures Rheu matism Neuralgia Headache Sick Headache Sore Throat Cuts Sprains Bruises Old Sores Corns and all pain and inflammation The most pene 4 trating liniment in the world Price 25 and 50 cents Perry Thomas 2niaylm The worlds production of lead amounted in 1898 to 777000 tons V 4 1 71 ND OPENINGOF 4 i VH t J +LErE CHEAPEST AND MOST COMPLETE LINE PIECE GOODS TO SHOW YOU 1t GET YOUR PICKv y S h ffrOmt + 1 Jt STOUWFERS LI c 0 i b t 0 Ur tj jJ j SS r j ri1f ll i 4s 1l JV Ir r = U Ar 4 It Is Not THE MATERIAL AL 6ETHER THAT MALES R OUR Suits t T I The Best We use good material but anybody canguyj gocd material Itis j i the it and l nQir VI orKm nsni A s well as the good material which make our garments so emi nently satisfactory HS STOUT I II I Sliciiilin Cutter One Door East of W D Old ham on Main Street fcb21ly IVery New s e IS OUR LINE OF ll90UI WALt PAPER4 Which we have recent l added to our stock We have connected with us Mr W Jj LEEDS whose reputation as an Interior Decorator is well established and in every instance guaran tee work done by him We also carry a complete line of the vely freshest and purest drugs druggist sundries toilet articles 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 or not Kespt PERRY i THOMAS1 SUOCUSOTO owMiiO 213 Wain Street Richmond Ky PHONE NO 7S Janl7ly 23 6rYOUR LIFE c 1 Is spent in shoes Why not wear the best and those that will be a comfort Some people go about complainingabout I their shoes hurting their feet This can all be avoided if you buy your shoes from us Our NEW SPRING and STMMER Stock of SHOESJJI have nrr an we are ready to serve you J fTHE FINEST AND BEST N LADIES SHOES We have an excellent time New coined styles The shoes everybody wants ARE HERE Remember we can do just a little better than others best Come init will j only take a few minutes to show you childrensl l OUR MENS SHOES1 Are just a little ahead of style We never in all our past i years of experience in the shoe business offered afiner line UeavyShoes WVIx S A WILSON r II 51 Pius C M KENNEDY P M H SECY J fRICHMOND SCHOOL INFIRmARY OF MAmmCTIG HEALING I RICHMOND KY We teacL and practice this method of MAGNETIC tpHEALING ao does Prof Weltmer of Nevada Mo Wet treat any anu all diseases without the use of drugs or medicineCome and see us Consultation free We also give absent treatment Terms reasonable Office and treating rooms 1 2 3 and 4 GARNETT KyBranchAddress all correspondence to- C Bit KENNEDY Secy KENTUCKY CARRIAGE WORKS JOHN DONELSON PROPRIETOR We say it we mean it we can prove itOur Vehicles the BEST our PRICES the LOWEST HIGHGRADE CARRIAGES I CULTIVATE 1I A habit of economy but not stinginess in the bUyingof your FARM You ktiow JS that below a certain price it is impossible to IFM Ifgj manufacture good farm implements or machin J1 1ilIiii are constantly necessary and the old machine i 6rSJ gives Qut before it has made a return of fifty per cent on your outlay We guarnteelI1 VUJCAN REPAIRS to COST LESS Lrnnairy handleta110yparison vith any house reputed to be very cheap TAYLOR BRas Pi- 4 t Jt jt r 1IIiLLijL 2 v a WASHINSTMMETTER The belief la growing that Admiral Dewey will accept the second place with Mr Bryan on the Democratic ticket It is well understood that he will go IntoUho Kansas City convention with the backing of a nutnher of itxflu ential Eastern DciuocratB who will ask for hid nomination as President But before they do so or before the con vention consents to even consider his name for the honor itwill be essential that he state his intention to support the platform and candidate selected by the convention Unless he will do this even he must realize that there is ab solutely no hope for him and that he might as well stay out from the first Indeed he would make a better race aa an independent by so doing as the treachery involved in such action would certainly lose him votes which be otherwise might obtain Possibly he might prefer to remain in the woods anti not state his position but this will not be permitted Willis Abbott in behalf of the press bureau of the Democratic party hits given out an inter view welcoming the Admiral into the party and adding that of course he is too honest a man to ask the support of the convention unless he is willing to abide by its decisions Further a member of the National Committee lion written a letter to the Admiral which he cannot well avoid answering before the convention meets asking him flat ly for information on this point II he does pledge himself there is said to be no good reason why ho should not accept the VicePresidency after losing the Presidency By so doing he could achieve his dearest purpose of defeating McKinley who he firmlY believes has conspired to kill his popularity He believes that nearly all the slurring re marks about him which are printed in the papers under a Washington date line are inspired directly from the White House Whether he is right in this supposition or not it is certain that he is firmly convinced oLthe fact and that both he and Mrs Dewey hate the President with a bitter hatred A good many interesting reports of the attempts of army officers to track down and capture Aguinaldo are com jug in from the Philippines Thoy all have had one result and that is fail ure The belief is however that Aguinaldo is pot at Singapore nor in Japan nor anywhere else except in Luzon In fact it is said that he is not far from Manila and frequently visits that place assuming for the purpose a disguise at which ho is said to be specially clever It would be an easy matter say army officers at Manila for Aguinaldo to come into that town on frequent visits without running the risk of detection in fact about the safest place for him to stay would be Manila winch is the last place likely to be searched with the expectation of finding him It is supposed that if lie visits Manila it is in the garb of a beg gar or a destitute Filipino The present Republican Congress which so exerted itself to please the trusts in regard to Porto Rico as well as on other subjects will almost certainly go home without even for mulating any plan for relieving the country of war taxes which according to the Secretary of the Treasury III line yielded a surplus of over 50000 000 by June 1901 There is some difficulty iu deciding which taxes to repeal em phasized by the insistance of the people or relief from the stamp taxes on the one hand and the claims of certain In tertsts for favors on the other and between the two the Republicans preler to do nothing Further there is aii ad vantage in retaining a huge surplus which will amount by next June to some 75000000 in the government de positories The government of course jets no interest for this but there is no doubt that the favored banks will contribute largely to the campaign funds of the Republican party this fall One per cent of the money loaned out to them would even now amount to over a million dollars which would be a very nice nest egg for the campaign It would all be perfectly straightfor ward too That is the beauty of it The Secretary lends out the money to pro vent congestion in the Treasury and the baifks contribute to the fund out of pure patriotism Further by de dining to reduce taxation at present the Republican party gets into an ex cellent position to prove the Democrats in the wrong Next fall if the taxes have not been before reduced the Re publicans can make just what redac tion it sees tit If McKinley is re electedltwill retain plenty of revenue for the needs of the country while if Bryan is elected the Republicans who will still be in power next winter will reduce taxation until the revenues ste Insufficient for the country leaving the Democrats with a Treasury which i1ust be rapidly depleted unless they adopt the always unpleasant alternative1 putting back some of the taxes once more Then the Republicans will say that they left the Treasury overflowing that they reduced taxation to suit the demand of the country and that the incompetent Democrats rapidly landed the Treasury in financial difficulties It is a beautiful scheme and there seems no way of preventing its going through Some of the monstrosities of the special legislation occasionally leak out Hera is one Representative The engineer misunderstood the sjgW raihrpadcoijot ncaltJIIUfe occurring eezyd y in various ons of the coimUyt for whichVUie excuse is the doctor didntun stand the symptoms These c snot the subjects of special inqu t thesacnlpfIt has been the experience of Dr Rii phyrdanahundred persons submitting to th4treatment can be People giytai by the local physicians weak etna oatcd with coughs aad bleed bytheDiscovery Sick people are invited to consult Dr ISeree free All letters are held as strictly and treated as srt credly confidential Answers are mailed printingdiit1t pdi tlw s taken tAOttevm p4a la bd1yw1kbostJoIe Wetater Co Iowa I tried tevenl tiotatey aM I thetIiIW I wWy o rtt bllIu i A CHARMING grandmother V 4 tWhat a pleasant inflaeace in the house isa aellgfct L fnl old lady ia good health MRS MOLLIE BARBER St James Mo writes HI took Dydla E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound during ch ttgeof life ana naye passed through that critical period safely I suffered for years with falling of the womb and female weakness At times could hardly stand on my feet also had leucorrhcea I tried several good doctors but instead of getting better grew worse all the i timeA friend advised me to try Mrs Pinkhams Compound I did so and after taking six bottles was cured of both leucorrhcea and falling of womb I am now enjoying good t health and feel very grateful for change period fiftyfive years years healthy those have it Pinkham charge health address Fitzpatrick ofKentucky recently received a letter a woman in his district asked he become Interested in application for apen when the war broke out she was engaged to a young farmer to the he hb a to wear He was killed since married twice and has raised two families Bnt she could the blueeyed has always his the thinks entitles her to a Mr Fitzpatrick to aid her in securing one is no a case approved by Congress J 1 iT t i I r ail lrbi V JiLers- are the bcstpiIls in E Creek Va remove obstructions tilt liver t1It uoveripePeiryThqllllWl presencaiof Usurper Taylor is attracting cocwdentlile attention In the Df Ji P Kbblaeon of Baltimore encloses Mi a JeBRtby ftomth saying Taylor appeals to Rouwreit Joe refotrt tee ty jiituuii M ttbtruwt fatJer brid tflat- iweWti ub a fRys juMI HEALTHFUL OLD AQE the good your medicine done me I would recommend it to all women suffering as I was N E LACEY Pearl Lawrites had leucorrhcea for about twenty years falling of womb spellsl for ten years v bladder was affected had backache a great deal I tried a number of doctors They rf- tlieve me for a little then I would bo than I thought I would E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound Eleven bottles of Compound one of Liver Pills me I am sound and wen It helped me through the of I am old The women of advanced who are andbappyj are invariably who known how to secunj help wheh they needea Mrs will advise free of who writes about her Her is Lynn Massrfrom who that her slon She said that civil boy who went front Before left gave her medal and tbat time she has been never forget farmer boy and warn medal this pension and asked And this worse than some that have been ihicwor1lsays- v They all of The east CLIMAX artici Sun frOM Ken abs has MRS Ihave by and my would ever and box cured and now life any woman frsi KENTUCKY GAME LAW A former Kentuckian who now re sideS in the west sends the CMMAX the following notice taken from a west ern paper Plain citizens may be shot from January 1 to December Senators Governors and members of Congress may be shot during any political campaign ani within sixty days thereafter Negroes can be shot at tiny time Hun ters in search of this game are also al towed to use a stuffed club or a butch er knife If a man is caught drinking water it is a sign that he is no gentleman ash and he may be executed with tho near est weapon at hand Colonelsmay be wbilelasquirrelpatching majors and captains No man shall be allowed to kill in excess of six persons per day In cases where it is an affair of honor this num ier may be increased to 103 Every citizen who does not take bocly jof his victim from public nt within 48 hours of the time the st volley was fired will be fined one lon of moonshinen Any citizen who steps on another spotdtWlhter If a citizen leaves home half shotand is found on the utreet full of buck shot that is his fault and his rel tives are not allowed to shoot more than 17 suspects in their efforts to find thqguilty person Tfiat Tlirubbing Headache Whould quickly leave you if you isedDr Kings XsTeir LifePills Thous nds of sufferers have proved their ffatcliless merit for Sick aiid Nervous l1lchesThey made pure blood and tdnguerves and build up your health Jasy to take Try thorn Only 25 cents Ioney hack if not cured Sold by jerry Thomas Druggist I Very few persons can eat the white of hard boiled egg with any degree of iomfort Eggs are highly nutritious ind easy of digestion when Hghtly or mil rcooked The albumin the white flanegg consulates an noon as it is IrOpp dInto hot water The long boi ng reriders the yolk soft arid mealy luTtne white becomes tough and In gestible and should be discarded iSyLadies Home Journal Otto ICorb Grand Chancellor K P 5oonville Indsays DeWitts Witch lazelSalve soothes the most delicate kin arid heals the most stubborn nicer vjiich certain and good results 3ures piles and skin dipeasrs Dont juytan imitation Perry Thomas vi s ==THE Lexington Leader admits that tbereis a disposition in Republican GufjyjandAppeals for concurring with the Dcmo rity of the court The CLIMAX well remembers the ad- VIcgfyen by Republican Judge T Z Morrow Gov Bradley rotherInlaw ttl2 effect that the Democrats were iroceeding lawfully anti peacefully mIl there could be no doubt of their iglitftornake a contest undiJr the Con itutionc If t Spains Greatest NeeiL f Olivia of Barcelona Spain etuis his winters at AlkenS C Weak fvshad caused Fevcrepfins in the 10f his head On ttjinpr Electric t r pAlllercaI greateitt Blood and XvSlieraedy nil pain won left him- tays this grand medicine is wha- ttiuitry itKeds All America knows ires liver and kidney trouble rinesthe blood tones nptho stow jiengthens thp nerves puts vim rtnd new life into evijry mucle rve hd organ of the body Jf weak eajgrjailing you need it Every bot j guaranteed only 60 cents Sold by rryThomas Druggitit 1 T American gill In her haste to be i menSBg ucli Academicians at jnnce an- dJaiiiorL of the couveeiiIion before gligtotthe New York papefB She is c heroine of the hour audphe knows TliefnewEpapers celebmte daily her doriiit Ute lture art gthf or inter lionalmarriage No veil pangs bee her Wo can lotk at her just as e isFiy Ladies Home Journal J Carequ Prothonotary Washing p1l Pasas 1 have fiitid K doI jyip psia Cure art excellent remedy dewt reat n us failJanyWJpentron secretaries paid f cetaries or Phijautlnopiu Societies ajid the nse lulnessbr their work it p be EOIHB consolMiowfor that publiq jjriow that as loftg as thero nrelUld sejjri esror Plil Btiropict5Qcletesno jcj yBiinls toy will ever W allowed o die away his tltde eitliur in reading m il riiihe olofty of in talkjnR wiilv lilij iniily1 tan Muclaren ill the af Laiie- sfloii JournalIJ seWWWhtchof7pikletl1at had stthictdlmiziMr tWtty1 Iti loa Ip4Id T ssN toe e Bewart Ihny e 3 ltacIJt AVE ftESPO SIIILm s THAT ACCMI PANY DEMOCRATIC VWTeRY In a little while the Supreme Court of the United State will followthe- lead of Judge Taftof the Federal Court and of the Kentucky Coiirt of Appeals No other issue is possible or ever was possible The entire State Government will be turned over to the Democrats Under the Constitution a State election will be held next Novem ber It will be concurrent with the Presidential election and the election of members to Congress Whatever part the Federal Marshals may have played in the last State election we may be sure that they will be around next fall In sufficient numbers to make themselves felt in every precinct Wife men take counsel in advance They prepare for events and provide against contingencies The Democrats ot Ken Lucky have but one danger to fear and butbebindbut from themselves The moderation and integrity which have characterized the last six months should mark the coming six months No protextshould be given the Federal power to do what it is eagerly watching the opportunity to do We should set our house in order and keep it In order If we quarrel among ourselves wo are lost because for the first time in years the Repub licans are united against us They are not only united They are reenforced by a body of Democratsnot numerous but rich and etrong who are inspired by the zeal of now converts and prompted by the proscriptive spirit of the apos tate Be it the business of the Democratic leaders in Kentucky to reduce them to the smallest compass and number possible We shall need all the votes we can get Acrimohy has done all it can do to keep Ttien in liner hut it has not done nil it can do to thrice them out of line The Republicans want to leep up excitement The Democrats need to allay ftCourierI Journal REDUCED RATES Time Southern Railway announces the following reduced rates during the mouth of May fromstationa in Ken tucky Spring meeting of New Louisville Jockey Club Louisville Ky May 3rd to 19th One and onethird fares for the round trip May 2nd to 19th inclusive good to return until May 21 1900 Special Days one fare for the round trip morning trains May 3rd 10thand 19th limited two days from date of sale May Musical Festival Louisville May 14th to 16th One fnre for the round trip May 14th 16th and morning trains May 16th limited May 17 1900 For further information apply to nearest agentof the Southern Railway or connecting lines WM II TAYLOE Asst Gen Pass Agt Louisville Ky 2may3v Montana boasts of the second largest apple orchard in the United States It is the property of Marcus Daly and contains 605000 trees being part of the famous Bitter Root Stock Farm An other big orchard is owned by the Bitter Root Orchard Company containing 49000 apple trees in one solid block There are ninny orchards iu western Montana containing from 6000 to 10000 trees Last Mondays New York Sun says point blank that Gov Roosevelt of New York wilt not honor a requisition from Gov Beckham of Kentucky for the return of Mr Taylor Since this however Mr Taylor has returned to Washington and has doubtless read Gbv Bradleys card which virtually says Taylor would befool if ho does noisome home and come quickly too pt TIk1 fIVBSION OF CODLIVER OIL WITH- nYPOPHOSPHlTES should always be kept in the house for the fol lowing reasons FSKST Because If any msmber of the family has ahard cold it will curs It SECOND Because if the chil dren are delicate and sickly it will make them strong and well THIRDBecause if the father or mother Is losing flesh and becom- Ing thin and emaciated It will build them up and give them flesh and strength FOURTH Because It Is the standard remedy In all throat and lung affections No household should be without It It can be taken In summer as well as In winter Incand 100 all druggists scoTT DOWNS New York For Sale l 175 Acres of Land 5 miles south of Richmond near the pike dwelling with eight 8 rooms good barn and other buildings good and peach orchard well watered in good state of cultivation church and school houses con venient Terms reasonable Possession given this falL A J HOUSE mehl4tf White Hall Ky Big Four Route Magnificent Vtetlbufed Trams with un equaled Dining CarServles to CHICAGO jLake Front Entrance ST Louis v Via Merchants BridgNo1ttiuieI BOSTON Only Through SioejiumiCar Line NEWYORK f T cOnly Depot In theCity Fast Schedules 0 Fine Equip eat- SmoothT Tracs Ja iq1 YMCI W P TktAtt A t4NR1 Gat it cNTLo k c I ii r PLEASE L TRY I CANDY CATHARTIO t JOe 25c SOc Mrae HAMILTON LADIES TAILOR DRESSMAING J Accordeon and- JKi1ife Plaitin- gRCHMYND KYapri8t A Rubber Tire Factory Here Mr S L Jlidkiff has installed the first and only plant in the county for the cnristruction anti repair of rubber tires for vehicles and is turning out pricsWeequal to any in service He will be pleased to exhibitbis own factory work and quote prices He puts rubber tires on old wheels and the life of the vehicle is prolonged so that twice their cost ia savednot to mention the com fort derived oct25tf WE GUARANTEE-Dr CsIdwcUs Syrup Pepsin to cure IndlestionSickwhoa taken according to directions DR W B CALDWELL xf after taking twothirds or a fifty cent or one dollar bottle it fails to rto nn presented ivo will refund the purcJiaeo price MONTICELLOC2may6m IT IS NO BURDEN when a PIANO or ORGAN is par chased here Our system ofeasy payments enables any one to en joy music of P t i mm s without depriving themselves ol necessary comforts One of these INSTRUMENTS would make n superb HOL1DA YPIffiSENT Why not come in and look at these special bargains HARDING RIEHM H G KENT AGENT RICHMOND KYa WAR TO TilE DEATH PESTS OP THE POTTLTH YARD lETTST GO American Lice Destroyer Kill More Nibs Jiee and Other Voniiia in a Day lliaa AH Oilier UcmcJics Combined The war is on The days of lice and vermin that have done SO much to make the life of the poultryman miserable and his business unprofltableRre over American Lice Destroyer is IKe proper ammunition to use Thijrpreparalioa is wonderful in its power and vermin cannot exist twentyfour hours alter it ia applied to the chop or fowls poultryinan neoda it It is EveryII liable and effective one package sufficient to prptect 250 fowls from mites or lice for one year When this De stroyer Is used profits at once increase Uco and vermin do more to kill profits Youknowevery week hut try Aiueriran Lice Destroyer You may have tried other timings without success but if hi + faile yottcaii have your mooney bnaJc We are in this fight to stay and will back Destroyer against any number gLiiteg or lke you may haye lontfool Rway money with icclpks or hoinenmcte makeshifts UFO scientiflo BieanSiTh Ameriran Lice Dartrojer lm been- e4 y tliOHaanofKot piiulfryraen it has been on the markeyojr ieentlY- MIIJ Md has bees Jested thottSmd of trawl Wfefciiowlli Mit rIght and If 70uJt3 sok 1 If yOO dIffiIt fl-ntLI 1tOerho bId-e Intiie 8IIDcI t t box g x9 lbAuarIea- a11fS uut O iii- I iiDRUGGISTS ao SPRING We wish to announce to our friends and customers that our line is complete for- JIN Factory prices have advanced on almost everything but we bought our goods early and can offer in ducements that will interest and benefit all We have a nice line of 7 feet allLinen Shade at 35c to 75c Other things correspond ingly CHEAP Everything desired in under taking line always kept in stock W S OLDIIAMS SUCCESSOR TO BIGGERSTAFF OLDHAM Day Phone 76 Night 136 L IT E EK C DIVISION IN EFFECT SUNDAY MAY 151898- No1 8 Cincinnati and Livingston Express southbound air Richmond JZ Mpm Lv 05pm north bound 12 70pm Lv 2 OOpm 4U5 Stanford north bound I 3 55am Lv 3 Sam southbound Jl 25pm LTll 25pni10 Richmond aysTille Accra north bound Lv 6 SIam11 South x011 srr 7 20pm 2t Rowlant1 south bound Lv 8 55am21 Stanforda north ixezad arr S 45am aTFor further information call on or address TELEPHONE 78 KUPER HOOD Agt A BOON TO MANKIND f DTABLERS BUCKEY LLa PILE rUE LUl CURE ANew scoveryfor the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and IEXTERNAL PILES WTTTTnTTT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED CENTSJ4KS LOUIS KO For sale by PERRY THOJ IAS Druggists J t11 Is Sniini IU icnt Do1 OF LEX1NG1ON KY 220000OO 1ki up i Livings BeiGflts J fThe p1sio the Sstmtua1Life lsurice It py t Inveinent Company I the oftopaik psy the MaW4oi the dtai Ihe thatitnzuca coin k1n pros ttliIt Its k fiijora cs btade is aandor eboIns01 i PSiS lbs bmM IulIbI5ecuIv jcaPesate M M per It rcss i pyt ro8taaae a tbiy anIlrr eme av that of life InurobmmKUtOhl isbf iicsry they appir more to thprmIc piy t ecautii la used lor theproectio ol 4 SEOsp y LXXMGTO KYr