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T ii i i1r CLIMAXrt VOLUME 27ICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 5 19001ntsowstiMB 28 1 e Rl i14 f u n lV tf 11 7 f tfF 7IR 7 75 7IJ 7S I 71 fJ 7 7711 7 ii7fR I If m 11 F 7ii78 7IJ F M fV It9 l 1 t I 1 p t j ltd IV J I tN 7ff 7 7t1 7 7 I g 7tJ 7 7 7F7 II F ij 7 GL PRO SSIONAL CARDS A roztirzrs R E ROBERTS iTTOnNEYATLAW RICHMOND Rw MILLER tqrjnYHY ATLAW KBSTUCKTRICHMOND o A SULLrv t1 J AlTOnxLYATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office over State Bankk Trust Co apposite Court House on Main Street J 0 D M OHENAULT ATTORNEYS AT LAW KENTUCKY RICHMOND Ollice on Second street over Chen aults grocery i ii LETCHER AttorneyatLaw KENTUCKY RcmiosD oTerOPicCrtvington k TALBOT JAiSESNt J ATTORNEYATLAW IltCnitOND KENTUCKY a00ci In Prather Building Main Rtrett PHYSICIANS DRS GIBSON GIBSON PHYSICIANS AND KENTUCKY RICHMOND Office In Ccilint building tS and so Sec end SUccI overNamseold dnuiore CHAS C HOOKER VETERINARY SURGEON Graduate Ontario Veterinary College Dentistry and Sterility Speclaltyl U C JASPJZR M D Medicine and Surgery OfncePrather Building Main Street Telephone at residence the Carr place on llroadway RICHMOND tiNttu St1RGEON l PJYSI IAN AND KENTUCKY rRICIUIOND DG1TTAL ZUjtQErTCa DTCatt trig 1IJNTIS- LoUISVILLB XT wrOMce next door to Gocrnment to B ding- RichmSUdSy once pov1717 MAN OF GOOD OHAR- acter W to and coUectln alehouse established mauufacturlng moro Ulan ex mire pay bank la- aaJ enpencereGnlreThird FloorMauufacturer eptlm araFo 1PATENTSA ADVICE PATENTA Notice lnlaeau lta Ie wd OrpeatadrAoFA ELL n Mr Covingtontof Covington Mitchell has purchased the interest of Mr Mitchell deceased from the Administrators to take effect January 1r J90J In order to meet our obligations by January 1st it will be necessary for us to do the greatest business in our career Our entire stock in short time must be converted into money and we know of no better or more powerful way to bring about a quick result than thisI 1roRnnDII11Il 11 LOJil iII After a careful consideration we conclude to name such low prices on item in our store that will cause people to wonder It has taken a great deal of courage to do this at the very beginning of the Fall Season But we figure on doing a tremendous volume of business and at the same g time feel that by giving mighty values that we are going to make many new and lasting customers and increase the prestige of this store for the future You know we know of OMENS AND CLOTHING FURNISHINGS AND Is better stronger and more original than ever before Of course the early buyers will get the cream of selection and those who grasp the opportunity now will show their good judgment e tl R WEST MAIN STREET et alfe ar RICHMOND KENTUCKY I1 M 11m 1 7fj 7If 7f M 7if 71 7lJ 1 KENTUCKY MctAOtaceeserC dooortarmera SURGEONS be ayai l- ll42sII hours9 12 every BOYS HATS SHOESI n STYLItH AND EFFECTIVE NOVELTIES An examination of our assortment of JEWELRY will prove interesting and instructive It will show what is fashionable and also how well the artizan has worked out time design of the artist Chase designs iu Gold and Silver are shownPrices arc not high although quali ties are F J YEAGER Dr Xduis It Landmaii NeB03 West Ninth Street Cincinnati Olile nlll be at Hotel Olyndon Richmond Ky on WEDNESDAY DEC 12 1900 returning every second Wednesday eac month Reference every physician of Rich mood Kymayl ly Our6oodsAND r rJt j Compel you to trade with us when y ughe us a trial Ihaffi J 1JQ m U3IkThe n lOo cannot bedecei eta by catchy phrases nor bombastic claims All we have to say is we buy in the best markets of the world select the laT test goods and when you buy you know you have the latest uptodate goods Is that what you want If so trade with a Whlt AND GlDson t l CHINESE PROVERBS FOR WOMEN New Orleans Picayune Respect always u silent womnn great is the wisdom of the woman that hold 6ili her tongue- A vain woman is to be feared for she wilt sacrifice all fur her pride Trust not a vain woman for she is first in her own eye A haughty woman stumbles for she cannot seo what may be in her way Trust not the woman that thinketh more of herself than another mercy not dwell in her heart The gods honor hor who thinketh long before opening her lips Pearls como from her mouth A woman that is not loyed is a kite from which the string has been taken she drives with every wind and comoth to naught but a long fall A woman and a child lire alike each needs a strong uplifting hand A woman that respects herself Is more beautiful than a single star more beautiful than many stars at night Woman is the ease for that which pains the father sho is balm lor his troublesA who mistakes lies place can never return to where she first was the path his been covered up from her eyes bymenfrom her eye childrenhhavo come she walks in the sacred ways and lacks not loves When first a woman loves sure fears be fears not that which she has bo cOllIe accustomed ti A mother not spoken well of by her children is an enemy to thn Stair IhJI sbdnUl not live within tho kingdoms wall A woman without children tins not yet the most procioiisofihor jewels Give heed to the vohe of an old woman sorrow has given her wisdom A beautiful woman knows not her chnrius tttereforeis she beautiful mores than the colors of tho sen jf Sjieak not ill of guy woman if a woman be not riuhtcous what sho is specs for itself Like sheep that be leaderless are many women como together for much talk t j iAMOiH jhSLOVE y ti The dove of ir motliorisnever ex hausted it iievVr chanft over tires VML lather mRylQriiritsfback pn his onfld brother and lktenHtfuy be come inveterate enemies husbands may desert their wives wives their hutibauds buta mothers love endures through all In good repute in bad repute in time face of the worlds condemnation u mother still loves onari l hopes that her child may turn from his evil ways and repent Still she remem bers the infant smile that once filled her bosom with rapture the merry lanjsli the joyful shout of his child hood the opening promise of his youth and she can river be brought to think him all unworthy Why shouldnt Bryafi accept that 20 000 a year job offered him as press agent for a theatrical troupes It is hone t work and anyhow McKinley was once blllBd as jaft advance geqt9f prosper lrr1 LITERARY NOTE The world has never known a more dramatic situation than that presented by the foreign community within tie walls of Peking while cut off from con munication with their countrymen During these long doubtful weeks the most interesting feature in this international tragedy was Sir Robert hurt who for more than twentyfive years bas been as fur as u European might the statesman guiding the allairs of the Chinese Empire Those familiar in anv degree with Eastern conditions hoLed alter the relief of Peking that Sir Robert would break his long rule of silence and give to the world his story of time events which led to the closing of the gates of the British Lega thou and his views as to to the policies which should prevail in the settlement of the difficult questions which had arisen On the 17th of October the fol lowing cable message from Sir Roberta London representative to time editor of the Cosmopolitan was received Sir Robert Hart hassent for Novem ber number Fortnightly London and Cosmopolitan Now York an impor ant article on seigo of Peking about 15000 words which I will post you tomorrow The MS arrived in time to be includ ed in time December issue It will be read with the deepest interest both by talesmen aud the general public The Cosmopolitan has been highly honored by Sir Robert Hart in his selection of the American magazine through which this yaluabe contribution to the his of the world is given publicity Hanna repudiates the idea that le vill run for President in 1004 Seems to us we remember that Teddy said longitgi WOMAN IS UKE A DELICATE MUSICAL IHSTRUKIEKT In good condition she Is sweet and lovable and sings lifes song on a Joyful harmonious string Out of order or unstrung there Is discordance and unhappiness Just as there Is one key note to all music so there bonekey- note to health A woman might as well try to fly without wings as to feel well and look yell while the organs that make her a woman are weal or diseased She must be healthy Inside or she cant be healthy outside There are thousands of women suffering silently all over the country Mistaken modesty urges their silence While there Is nothing more admirable thin a modest woman health Is of the first Importance Every other con sideration should give way before it Brad fields Female Regulator Is a medicine foi worens Ills iHs thesafeatandqulck to cure leu cdrrhea failing of thewombne vous ness headache backache and gen eralweakness You wllI be astonished at the result es peclally If you have been experimenting with other so called remedies We are not asking you totry an uncertainty Bfaditelds- Iegulatorhasmade happthousandsofwomen has done for others It can do for you Sold In stores for a Bottle A free ItliMtrate book willIMDt to all who write w tiff QADnaD JREGtlATORCO JIeOwRa wo f IRIGESe stockr HLLLIRhllmatisrn1 Nobody knows all about it and nothingnow known will always cure it Doctors try Scotts Emul sion of Cod Liver Oil when they think it is caused by im perfect digestion of food You can do the same It may or may not be caused by the failure of stomach and bowels to do their work If it is you will cure it ifnot you will do no harm The way to cure a disease is to stop its cause and help the body get back to its habit of health When Scotts Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil does that it cures when it dont it dont cure It never does harm The genuine has this picture on it take nootherIf have not tried it send for free sample its agreeable taste will surprise youSCOTt BOVINE Jlr Chemists 409 Pearl St N Y Soc and 100 all druggists The Twelth Annual Illustrated Book Number of The Outlook contains sever al features of strong and peculiar in terest Most notable among these is the group of short articles called The Centurys Greatest Books In this re plies are given to the question which naturally arises in time last month of the Nineteenth Century namely What books of the century just closed have most influenced the life and char acter of the century Among those who contribute are James Bryce Edward Everett Hale Henry Van Dyke President Hndley of Yule George A Gordon G Stanley Hall and Tims Wentworth Higglnson Fine portraits or eight or ten of the authors who arc indicated hy the opinions of these writers as the most important of o century are included S3 a year The Outlook Company 287 Fourth ave New YorkINew York reproachfully announces that it has been compelled to take- down the Dowey arch as the country absolutely refused to raise the money necessary to put it into good condition Michigan went Republican and now the farmers there are denouncing Mark Hanna because their potato crop has ruined by the weather They think they havo bees sold bricked ALWAYS TOOK FOOD BhFORE PLEADING Dr Briinton one cf thin most famous physicians of London tells of a patient of ifs who was a noted barrister and who always took a full dose of cod liver oil before pleading a case This barrister did not believe in stimulants amid never used them while engaged in mental labor Yet he always took his dose of cod liver oil because he said it rendered his mind much more active Without doubt cod liver oil is a most remarkable food especially when part ly digested as it is in Scotts Emulsion It certainly strengthens the memory out feeds and builds up the whole nervous system to a most remarkable degree His Life Was Saved Mr J E Lilly a prominent citizens of Hannibal Mo lately hind a wonder ful deliverance from a frightful death In telling of it he says I was taken with Typhoid Fever that ran into Pneumonia My lungs became hard ened I was so weak I couldnt oven sit up in bed Nothing helped me I expected to soon die of Consumption when I heard of Dr Kings New Dis covery One bottle gave great relief I continued to use it and now am well and strong I cant say too much in its praise This marvelous medicine is the surest and quickest cure in the world for all Throat and Lung Trouble Regular siz 50 cents and 100 Trial bottle free at Perry d Thomas Drug- Store every bottle guaranteed 2 ATTENTION INVENTORS We have received a copyrighted book entitled How to Obtain Patent Caveat TradeMark and Copyright Protection with Decisions in Leading Patent Cases published by E G Sig- gers Patent Lawyer Washington D C Thin book contains among other things a map of Washington and is replete with information valuable to inventors A copy of it will blent free of charge by addressing E G Signers Patent Soliciting Department Washington D Rismareks run Nerve Was the result of hm splendid health Indomitable will and tremen doug energy are not found where Stom ach Liver Kidneys and Bowels are out of order Ifyou want these qualities and the success they bring use Dr Kings New Life Pills They de velop every power of brain and body Only 25c at Perry d Thomas Drug Store 2 Time value of United States exports of iron and steel for the first nine mouths of tills year amounted to over 97010000 and increase of 21000 over last year Yet practically nil Iron and steel goods pay a duty of about 60 per cent when imported into limo Uni ted States What is tho use of this duty under these circumstances = if not to enable the manufacturers to sell higher at borne than they do abroad One of two things ia certain Either General McArtlmr has made a flagrant failure of the Philippine work or else General Otis made flagrant misstate merits regarding the condition of things there when he left and so far we have not seen it suggested that MacArtbur has failed Prny tell us is this the mine McKin ley who so bitterly denounced and was denounced by the foreign press of all time vorld ln the old days of time Sic Iiuleytariff r uepubllcanlCommilioller that many contracts for building big vessels have peen lot nod will be begun as soon as there is room for them in the yards In other wordsthese are now crowded to their utmost capacity Yet the Hepubhcans claim that sub sidies are necessary to encourage American ship building Senator Chuiuller teoms to be in trouble up in Now Hampshire where others candidates are alter his seat in the hottest way We hope they wont succeed As long as the State must have a Republican Senator it is just as sell they hull hi have one with brains and Chandler is bettor supplied in that respect han threefourths of time other Senators Time Suln treaty seems to havo done most effective campaign work in Utah where the entire Mormon vote seems to have been cast for McKinley doubt less as a slight return for his recogni lion ot polygamy in those Asiatic isl lands Anyone who believes that the Pres dent will be satisfied with an army of only 100000 men is more confiding than weare Of cotiiss they may be right but wo think it wilt turn out other wise Hacking There is noth ing so bad for a f cough as cough Ing It tears the tendermembraneof i lungs and the wounds thus l made attract the germs of con sumption Stop your cough by j using the family t remedy that Jiac been curingcoughs and colds of every kind for over sixty years You cant afford to be with out it rsIfir1r la loosens the grasp of your cough The congestion of the throat and lungs is removed all inflamma tion is subdued and the cough drops away Three sizes the one dollar size is the cheap est to keep on hand the SOc size for coughs you have had for some time the 25c size for an ordinary cold veryeougbelse thought a true case coaiuraption Then t tried Ayers Cherry Pectoral and It only took a bottlo d a halt to cure me F iHJUOX MlLtcn Oct 231533 1mden Y Write the Doctor II have any complaint whatever and deslre the bet adriu write the Doctor melaJd AYEE Lowell 11111 J i FURNITURE 1 Ivvv v rVVA i = IT IS WORTH WHll r To inspect our stock to take time and look leisurely throughour store Our line oft x6 i Of r tpricesto give satisfaction oddBedsteadsIron Beds handsomely brass trimmed best of Workmanship tapestryRockers a home comfort in large variety Standsr Room Chairs Baby Carriages and GoCarts light strong and durable Andmany other bargains too numerous to mention Carpets Vod rL ia6 a Spcciai6p AND MATTINGS l At Cost for Cash Under the direction of Mr Milward G Brown mt I111 sIJOPLN1 ndra tIINightPhone 16 Day Pbon 73 0 j1- tTTcET i rj I i 1 WL t y r T Prints JoWS tto h ff 1 r = I1 he Richmond Climax J C CUENAULT Proprietor ManRgerTilOS WEDNESDAY DEC C iwu rtniLisiiKu rvEKV VTISDNIMDAY BV The Climax Printing Co PRICK IMGH YKAK 150 h DEMOCRATIC TICKET wqt OOUSTT JUDGE N D TURPIN roil TT ATTOKXET J TBVIS COBB lOB SUEBIFF JOHN F WADERS FOR JAILER JAMBS C LAOKBY rOB OLRBC JESSE conDo FOB nKIHH1KJTATlVE CUAS L 8UAHCY FOR BDPBBINTBNDBKT J W WAQ11R8 von As3oR OHOIK1K KOLAND FOR SCBVBTOB S nIia I FOR COROIMft CLIFF SAMU- ILSANNOUNCEMENTS FOR CITY ATTORNEY TALDOTJAcmONIoClce ot City Attorney subject to the action of the Democratic party CWELLSAttorney subject to the action of the Demo cratic party LORD JOHN liAr has become a very gn at man lie is said by a wonderful streak of diplomacy to have gained tho key to the solution of the Chinese puzzle which is now Agitating tho nations The particular of his per formance have not been given out to the pull Ii We live in hope OLD Kentucky nlways gets there She has even had the houorof McKin leys first appointment in that the battletilip bearing her name hits been cuiuuiissiuiK n collector of revenue and sent over to settto those little bills with their worships of Turkey and Morocto If there is any virtue what tvcr in u name cold chills will strike the d litxiuiiits as toon as they hear the neWE and they will full over each other in their haste to como to time No wnMiKK ihe PritiMtiii is thinking of iiirriMsing thp briny since ho is kept on tin Vtrgof nervous proetra turn by tin lining headline of yellow literal oiv miHcrning the daily landing of HiiniciiltK iniint on annihilating the Jiead t cuir r puhlii A new report is rift tllt1 Hilmken N a plot i under way to put Mr MeKinley out the rill liy tho primitive method of an jnhjuii under the fifth rib Ve trust Iliis is Ixisli and that the news paper men an talking through their lioniitts fallt of 8On hing better to say Nihilists thrive only in print in this country and may they ever keep themfiihvii thus maree Tin Rt lv UUlinp Potter has startled tilt nation by ininignratin a rnifcado against vfru in Greater Now Yrk Hollow ami jHxUesH to the core wanton Manhattan sliiime sa the Lishos ifitiiig Marie Oorelllwith the gliasily aud unnatural lustre of a purely phugplioree nt luminance This tiluiQSphero ofjiin mid crime Mr Putter is desirous of purifying A mighty proposition has the good re ligious tackled to which the labors of Ifenulns wore mild in comparison Theanciiiit borough of Mannahatta at this writing in the hands of the Philis tins Those in high places are deaf tliinb ami sightless to vice that is unttil openly locket and barred are tle doors of justice for such as those are op tied but by golden keys We heartily commend Jiitthop Potters atti tude would there were more like him May his brothers of the long robe aud all godly men tally to his support and aid him to avert the fate of Sodom and lmorroh4lmt looms over the beloved gtt of Diench Knickerbocker and his descendant CFBraweriCo LEXINGTON KY Look No Further 7 You will be more than pleased with our elegantly and carefully selecten display of Draperies There are a thousandand ont pretty things in our Drapery De partmentthings for the adornment of the home that really adorn andare in perfect taste as well Portiersin Denim Ve lours Bagdad Silk and Oriental goods Silk Dra peries in new effects Lace Curtains NottinghamlIrish points tothe most of the SwJw Ara bian Brussels and Tambours We want you to aee thorn They arc worthy of your attention LIfBrow f Co11- UtN AD BROADWAY LEXINGTON Ky- t I SCYIXA and Charybdls are not fables after all We yet have them with us Imperialism was the Republicans first love but the trusts have won their maturer esteem These twin shoals will prove as deadly to the life and limb of modern commerce as were the abovo mentioned classic terrors to the ancient mariner They are soon to be given a trial A fair field and all favors ushered in their birth and unfortunate ly will lattend their growing strides Wo may look out for squalls WINE women andsoigare much in vogue and trustworthy men are getting ItS scarce as lien teeth accordingly Every day or some good man goes wrong The world the flesh and the devil at present are running the ranch anti morals and piety are in the back ground Space in the daily news journals fa chiefly divided between accounts of sanctified bankoflciais and custodians of public fund jvlpoting other peoples coiti and Rtl nctales of long faced ministeriallfayppcrjts eloping with other ino3trs wivesIaaviug uxorious grief and numerous progeny behindI Truly an evil day we live in IOmOIuorcs And the end is not yet PATitiUiCK Jon several centuries before Christ when smitten in the land of the Chaldeans with the divers calam ities whoso patient endurance has transmitted his name to posterity earn estly prayed for deliverance from his loving friends Mr McKinley under different circumstances however is at present uttering a similar supplication to the benign power above A man is seldom aware of the great friendship entertained tor him by hislacquaintanccs until by some hook orcrook he getsin a position to do something for them This is the Presidents situation lIe finds ho has friends everywhere whose very existence he knew not ofprcvious to their claims on him Ills role for the next few months will be that of the artful dodger in a little game of hare and hounds TiiAXKMSiriNo was duly observed and celebrated lust Thursday No trait or individuality of a nation is more in teresting or has more important bear ings on that countrys history than her religious fectivuls All Christian na tioiiaiitiis rolebrate Christmac and many ol thorn various Saints Days and anniversaries of famous victories but the custom of soiling apart by law and statute a day on which a people bow in thank to God is peculiar to America alone and is its most characteristic uni versal holiday This God fearing in stinct in the descendants of those stern 1uritans of the Mayflower has been an invaluahleaid to our destiny in shaping otir public career in all times of trials and reverses have we called upon the Lord and He has never turned deaf ears to our cry Blessed is that people whoso lied is tho Lord LET no man daro to lift up his hand against tho Lords anointed So hath an edict gone forth throughout the length and breadth of the land Some even among the salt of the earth implying the party in power are being punished for fancied defection Verily iim we in a Mosaic ago again for an tIc is being demanded for an eye a tooth for II tooth and the sins of the father are being visited upon his children To be explicit this tirade is called forth by the action of McKinley mid his servant one Root Secretary of Var Those officials have called for the resignation of Col Russell Harri son U S V whoso only demerit consists in his being a most capable and deserving officer and the son of his father ExPresident Harrison it will bo remembered declined to tako the stump for McKinley this fullRud that gentleman is now getting in his revenge by firing Gen Harrisons son from the army For shame Mac for shame UXIJEK the next regime the men of sword are to lord it over their brothers of the robo Everything is destined to take on a military hue and the lays of Dumas Musketeers are to be revivi fled with fresh perfume In the first place the Napoleonic craze has struck the country again with Sarah Bern hardt and Maude Adams as advance agents In Bostands now play LAiglon these eminent artists of the footlights are nightly incitingthe slum boring military instincts of the nation Secondly our new possessions in the Orient wrapt in a haze of golden mist are a powerful appeal to mercenary natures and a restless spirit of adventure is prompting others to sail for a land steeped in romance so it is easy to see that when McKinley calls for volunteers for his new standing army a horde of unoccupied roysterers will epJing forward eager with desire to strike out for the Spanish Main The army craze is on down Eros up Mars KATIME was before man with her nnanstiiytics A cats first strikepalsies a mouse a lions initial blow deadens a mans feeling a serpent paralyzes before it fangs its victim nail so too a man oftimes possesses a subtle hypt notic power over his fellow men ren during them helpless and subservive to his will In the primeval stages of our race unscrupulous demagogues availed themselves of this Influencing personality to elevate their station and encompass their ambitious schemes and men like MacIuHvelli Caesar BorpiaNapoleon Bonaparte and statesmen and soldiers of our own race and nationality have used this gift aside from their brains as a stepping1 stono to rank and cleva tion Such a man we have amongst us today and thought he bo our politi cal enemy to whom more than any other man we owe our recent defeat we nevertheless admire his bold step to the practical dictatorship of our nations policy while at the same time we con demn his methods If in the contemplated Hall of Fame a niche be destin ed for the man of preeminent political prominence and ability of this decade that place is as surely Mr Hennas as though his rubicund facial dial ehonn therefrom at this noment For four years tins he been the virtual head of our government and for lour more thurought a turn of fortunes wheel his title to the same proud eminence is clear It is rumored that he hath designs on the nominal position at thin dose of McKinleyfi next span of olllce should ho desire Ave have no doubt his road to the nomination of his party would be an easy one for his spell over tho G O P is unlimited however his ambi tion may be curtailed to his present dignity of Gentleman Commoner and Acting Executive of tho Realm Like the ancient Mariner he holds his con stituents with his glittering eye to say nothing of hits glistening coin A unique figure in American statecraft bo will ever be and as a prototype of the modern politician his effigy and memoirs will be embalmed in a manso leum of memory and transmitted to posterity asthoinarvel the age The foks who simply sit and wish are not the ones whit catch the fish F r h J tIJIIIIet4 11111 i 4 r It II rPr 1 Frzr LfJ1 oynp 44 II VALUABLE LOSS BY FIRE At an early hour Tuesday morning the stable of Mr J W Bales on the Barnes Mill pike was burned to the ground and ten valuable horses intended for the New York market perished in the flames among them the noted Lynn Boyd one of the most famous stallions in Kentucky The loss will amount to six or seven thousand dollars with only thirtyfive hundred insurance The origin of the fire remains a mystery rims Guard dies but never surrenders exclaims Mr Bryan m the iin mortal words of Napoeons famous troop Beaten though he be this stal wart warrior of the people has not given up the ship and will never he says sacrifice his principles on an altar of gold Like Clay he would rather be right titan bo President It is really i efresiling in these degenerate days when corruption and bribery are the rule and honesty and manliness the exception to find a truly honest in corruptible man Diogenes lived in too early a period had he met our late candidate for President he would have died satisfied Had Mr Bryan been less conscientious and not insisted on the insertion of the free silver plank in the Kansas City platform his chances for victory would have been wondrously improved He knew this but would not yield what he thought right to the demand of the powers of might Whether he acted wisely or not is not for na to judge At least thought defeated his conscience is clear lie was true to his convictions and there is with him at this hour that peace of mind that passes all understanding Since tried he line been in tho past wo may rely onJ him in the future Though it is probable he will lievoi again seek official honors atour hands since he him his meed of greatness in him true Democracy will ever have a deiender aud the people an indomita ble champion Mr Bryan we glory in your spunk PERSONAL Judgo and Mrs T J Scott are in the cityMr Leslie Rice has returned to Win chester Mr Brown Lee Yates spout last weak in Cincinnati Mr S S Parkes was in Lexington Tharksgiving Miss Bessie Baughinau spout Thanks giving in Paris Sir John Power of Paris was in town last week Miss Ray Strong Louisville is vie iting friends here Mrs Hugh L White is at home from a visit to Danville Dr David Bennett of Lexington spent Sunday here Mrs Elizabeth Miller is the guest of Winchester relatives Mr Alox Rico of Paris spent sever al lays here last week Mr Smith Oldham of Lexington spent court day here Mr Cal Snyder anti family have moved to Lawrenceburg Miss Annette Riddell of Irvine is visiting friends in this city Mr A W Schoolfleld of Cincinnati was in the city Thanksgiving- The Century Club mot Friday even- Ing with Prof Chas G Crooks Mr and Mrs H S Stout spent Thanksgiving with Paris relatives Mr Jo S JoDliu was in Cincinnati last week purchasing holiday goods Mr Cyrus C Addams spent the holi days with his parents in Cynthiana Mrs Bland Ballard and children of Danville are visiting relatives here Messrs Talbot and Parker of Paris JJhankSjiwere the guests of Mr and Mrs P 111 Pope Thursday Miss Doyle Blythe Letcher came homo from Mt Vernon to spend Thanksgiving Miss Sallie Ellis of the Deafand Dumb Institute of Danville was at home Thursday Mr Harry Blanton attended the hop given by the Cynthiana Dancing Club Thursday evening Miss Lula Enibry of Winchester has returned home after a charming visit to Miss Mary Collins Mrs Lee Gum of Irvine is seriously ill at the home of her father Mr Clifton Shlflett near this city Judge A R Burnam of Frankrort spent Thursday with his parents Maj and Mrs C F Burnam Miss Fannie Wallace of Paint Lick leaves tomorrow for Tampisco Mejibu to engage in missionary work Mrs J A Johnson and son Andrew of Spears Jessamine copnty ar6 visit big Mrs W S Jones this week Miss Van Grccnloaf visited Miss May Escott of Shelbyvillo ou her way homo from Louisville last week Mrs W IL Severance of Stanford nee Mfas Flonie Heath visited her fatherDr M C Heath last week Mr and Mrs D A Cboault and son Walter of Lexington spent Thanks giving with Mr and Mrs G G Prewitt Mr Emmott Miller of Harriman Tenn en route to Indiana is paying n visit to his brother Mr A D Miller Misses Elizabeth Feeney and Edna Schlcgel spent Thanksgiving In Lexing ton and attended time dance at Merrick Lodge Friday night Miss Carrie Berry of Paris who has many friends here hits completed nn Illustrated booklet The Ufo of Joel T Hart Miss Berry is at present a 4 teacher at Hamilton College Lexington and is a writer of much talent Mrs James McKenna and son James of Lexington returned homo Monday after a pleasant visit to her daughter Mrs Richard J McKee Misses Emily Chcnanlt and Mary Miller and Messrs Allen Zaring and James Wagers wore guests of Miss Florence Burnside of Lancaster last weekMessrs D B Slmekelford JmV Smith A D and Emmett MillerNeale Anderson and P F Adams left today for the wilds of Estill in search of Bob White and other game Miss Lizzette Dickson of Paris who has frequently visited Miss Van Green loaf here has been chosen by the Paris Commandery of Knight Templars as their lady representative at the Triennial Conclave in Louisville next year Mr anti Mrs Thomas D Chenault Jr entertained dinner last Thursday evening Misses Florence Chenault Katherine Smith and Miss Hall of Little Rock and Messrs Leslie P Evans Thos II Collins and James J Ktale The Cotillion Club will give its second dance Friday evening at Masonic Temple It is needless to say it will bo up to tho usual standard of Richmond dances and characteristic of the Club Local society is in a flutter of anxious expectancyAmong those who attended tne Strauss concert in Lexington last night were Miss Lloyd and the young ladies of Madison Institute Mr and Mrs T J Smith Jr Mesdames B L Middel ton George W Pickels Harry B Hanger Henry L Perry Misses Helen and Laura Bennett and Miss Julia Iliggins Mrs George W Evans Jr had time Married Peoples Euchre Club as guests last Friday evening Tho prizes in tho contest which resulted were won by Mrs B W Turner who received a beautiful bust of Napoleon and Dr M II Hobson who was given an elegant ebony lint brush The consolation prize fell to the lot of Mr Bert Stock ton After the game with appetites whetted by the rivalry of the contest tho players sat down to a tempting dinner A delightful evening was thus passed Miss Mary Collins gave a cnarmmg Indian Party Friday afternoon in honor of her visitor Miss xLula Embry of Winchester Miss Collins home was tastefully and appropriately decor ated for tho occasion with relics and souvenirs of the noble red man and pictures representing scenes from lila watha were guessed at by the guests Miss Mollie Fife was awarded the prize a handsome statuto of an Indian Chief and Mrs L R Blanton won the booby Delicious rofieshmenta added to the enjoyment of the affair which thoroughly delighted our lady four hundred who were present Dainty bonbon boxes were distributed as souv enirs It will be an item of unusual interest to Richmond readers to learn of the marriage of Miss Virginia Love Ohonault ot Georgetown to Mr Lennes Jorbin of that place which occured at time homo of time bride on the even ing of November 27thmlrs Corbin is too wellknown here for fiithor descrip tion now suffice it to say that no fairer lovelier or more womanly girl ever crept into our hearts or shone in our social circles From her girlhood a frequent and much demanded visitor in Richmond with her manifold charms and winning ways she endeared her self to all and voicing time thoughts of every one we bid lior God speed in her new life and pray that every hap piness may be items Mr Corbin we are told is a gentleman of culture and refinement and to him we extend our hearty congratulations He is engaged iu the hotel business at Georgetown where he nod his wife will make their future home The entire local chapter of Phi Delta Them attended their national conven Lion at Louisville last wook and on Tuesday evening were given a dinner by Mr Creed Cardwell formerly of the Richmond chapter of which the Cour ierJournal speaks as follows Mr S Creed Cardwell gave a dinner party last evening for the Central University chapter of the Phi Delta Theta The guests were seated at a round tablo in tho center Of which was u cut glass bowl of white chrysanthemums White tulle drappery caught with blue rib bons was arranged from the chandelier to the table which was further decor ated with candelabra filled with white tapers Time ices were In the shape of carnations tho fraternity flower tied with blue ant white bowknots and the individual cakes were ornamented with the Phi pin Tim bonbons and con- fectIons were also in white anti blue At each guests place were dinner cards decorated with pen and ink sketches done Mr CardvrCll The party in cludedthe hosts mother Mrs N A Cardwell Misses Sue Hume Van Grcenlcaf Carlisle Walker all of Richmond Henrietta Cardwell Katherine Harvey Edith Vorthin ton Grace Griffiths of Louisville May Rscott of Shelbyvillo Messrs Eastmen and Herrington AtlantajEUIott Smith of Richmond Merrivrethor Smithof Harrodsburg Ned Booker Routt Clark J J Greealeaf Land and Robertson to Actions of theJust Smell Sweet The fragrance of life is vigor and strength neither of which can Be found in a person whose blood is impure and whose every breath speaks of internal troubles Hoods Sarsaparilla purifies vitalizes and enriches the blood gives a good appetite and makes the weak strong Run Downu My husbnd was run down in health and all tired out Those excellent medicines Hoods Pills and Sarsa para built him up again Mrs H L Mmory Toroanda Pa 1cc1i 8ztf t Floods lilt cure Urer Illi the nonIrritating and only cathartic to tale with Hood 5pfl- RELIOIOUS Prof C G Crooks occupied the Presbyterian pulpit Sunday vice Rev Jasper K Smith resigned Uev Wilson A Eisenhart haying re rurnod from Chicago will fill his pul pit at tho Second Presbyterian church- as usual next Sabbath December 9th You are most cordially invited to at tend thoir services Prof L G Barbour occupied the M B pulpit Sunday morning and Rev J R Deering Sunday evening in the ab sence of time pastor Rev IL G Turner who conducted the sacramental services at Lancaster on that day Thanksgiving Union Services wore conducted at time Baptist church Thursday by tho Rev Kjalls the flap tist pastor A largo audience was present and enjoyed the exquisite music furnished by a selected choir and the address of Mr R alls which was a most able and eloquent effort MARRIED PATTBissoxGuEKKANn The wed ding of Miss Julia Guerrant of Wil more daughter of Rev E O Guerrant to Mr Campbell Patterson of Lexing ton is announced for December 12 PonTwooDBEKKYMtx MrJM Port wood of Valley View was married on last Wednesday to Miss Lackey Berry man of this place late ol Valley View Rev L 14Kyle performed the cere mony after which the happy couple left for the grooms home- ScuDDEItVA1tEOn Wednesday last Mr Richard Scudder of Red Houso this county was married to Miss Eugenia Ware of Lincoln county at MuKiuncy Ky Mr Scndder is a son of Mr Ira Scuddor and an excel lent young man Miss Ware is a young lady of much worth and beauty We extend congratulatio- nsPiclurrrBRANNINAs previously announced iu those columns Mr Geo Piokett of Shelbyville led to the altar last week Miss Martha Brannin of Newcastle Time ceremony oecured at the Gait Houso in Louisville Mr Pickctt for two years was C Us champion right guard and one of the most popular men in college He was especially prominent in social and ira ternity circles being a leading member of Sigma Nu His brjdo is said to possess nil tho virtues and beauties of her sex and to Mr and Mrs Pickott we extend our most hearty greet- ingDEAThS TODIIOU last Tuesday nlKht Mrs W II Iodd one of tIme best and most widely known ladies in our county was called to time world beyond For some timo mist this estimable lady had beeu In feeble health and her demise ivasnot wholely unexpected Mrs Todd was a member othio Phelps family and a sister of Messrs Thomas and Mark Phelps who survive her She was twice married her first husband being the noted Col Waller Chenanlt who was killed at Green River while bravely battling for the lost cause her second Capt W H Todd who deceased some months ago Mrs Todd was sixty seven years of age and leaves four children to mourn her loss Messrs Same Waller and Eugene Todd of this county and Mrs Sam rooks of Paynes Depot Scott county She was a most excellent Christian woman and has gone to her reward Her remains were interred in tho Richmond Cemetery aftor services at tho house Obituary On time ovenincof November 22nd the veil which devides tIme present from the life everlasting was drawn aside and tho immortal spirit of one of our loved ones James McCroary Bal lard crossed over the river Ho was a soil of Edwin and Sallie Ballard and just iu the prime ol manhood a mothers pride and joy Ho was an affable manly and chivalrous boy and honorable and charitable in his dealings with liis fellowmen Five years ago he made a beautiful and earnest confession of his faith in the Savior and realized the joy of salvation and won many of his dear friends to Christ It may seem an untimely death to us but all of Gods angels come to us die guised and in the future it will be revealed to us why God moved In this mysterious way All that tender loving hands could do was done by the fond parents find friends lie loved his home and loved ones was an obedient devoted son a kind affectionate brother and made u noble and true friend But ah his smiles his gentle words and his kind ness to every one will be cherished in the memory of all who so dearly loved him In life and revere him in death May the Lord temper the blow and finally unite the loved ones in Va land that is fairer than day FHD Paint Lick Ky SILVER GREEK Miss Minnie Gibson is visiting rela tives in Itichuiond Mr Leslie Adams visited friends near Stanford last week Mr Joe T Jones is able to be out alter a months illness Dr W L Hockaday has been quite sick for tIme past week Mrs Bean Allen spent last week in Tennessee with relatives- J G Dunn of Lexington is visiting Robert Couchman and family- H B Zernon will preach at Silver Creek school house Sunday eve Miss Lizzie Rayburn of Lexington has returned home after a pleasant visit to Madison relatives S II Thorpe and family of Richmond spent Thanksgiving with Mr awl Mrs H B Scrivener Mrs Beau Allen aud son nte Beck ham turkey with Mr and Mrs M F Arbuckle Thanksgiving day Mr Will Iarkes and wife of Gar rard county spent Saturday and Sun day with F Gibson and family Richard Jones Sr has been confined to his room for the past two weeks with a slight attack of paralysis Mr and Mrs Jim Deatherage and Master James Canton spent Thanksgiving with Mr and Mrs Dock Death erage near Richmond Mrs M E Jones and little daughter have returned to their homo at Law renceburg alter spending two weeks with J T Jones anti famil- yJi7RKSITILLE Jliss Anne Jennings is tho guest of Miss Amos Willis Misses Lena Palmer and Amos Willis were in Lancaster last week Miss Lottie Paris spent last week visiting among her patrons at Whites Station Miss Rebecca Secrest entertained few of her Kirksville friends Thanks giving duty Every one was busy hogkilling last week and now every one has fresh meat abundance Rev II B Zernow filled his pulpit on Thanksgiving and delivered a beautiful address Miss Minnie Dunn the beautiful niece of Mr J T Curtis is visiting Miss Bessie Elkin of Louisville A crowd of young people attended the contest at Lancaster last Thursday night and all report glorious time handsomeJson spent giving with friends near Wallaceton Miss Annie Hagan lots been on the sick list but is able to be out again and all her friends are delighted to know she is better Tho bleak and cold December hailed us with sunshine and time little chil dren look forward to tho coming of Christmas with joy Misses Sarah and Florence Jett returned to their home Saturday after a weeks visit to their uncle Mr Shelby Jett one of Kirksvilles popular and ener etl tic farmers Time Open Session of the Philoj mathean Society convened Friday night November 30th A large crowd was present and everything was a success Prof Secrest gave a talk that was very interesting and entertaining A gridiron and a piece of toast are calculated to make any bird quail Few men are so absent minded that they forget to laugh at their own jckes Stockt Cotton Wheat Anybody desiring to invest or speculate can 0geL our Guide to Investors and Speculators as well as our Dally Market of charge upon application to George Skaller Co BANKERS BROKERS Members of New York Cons Stock Exchange NO 70 WALL ST NEW YORK +SOUTHERN lull LIVIIY 0zON KENTUCKY Condontod Sciinlt la Elect May 1109 xASTIouND No L ios N 74spraAr945pmArAr Lexington 1045am 715pm IttSOpm WKSTBOUNU NO G No 2 No 4 MiaraArAr Lnrencebg2Onrn 30pm 553am 30amArIXA8TBOUHD WESTBOUND sTATzoicLo 04iXpm 743am Lv Loutavit Ar 740pmH040am U5pm 1000am Lv LarncbrpArl KSOpm 8lOonj 715pm 1043am ArllarodsbgLTl 440pm 7 0am 730pm ittSSam Ar Ilurcto Lv 493pm 710am TA8THOUMD wtsrponaa Na 15ltKoffl STATION No iartNo6a 400pm 745am LT LouUrll Ar laWarn 740pm 631pm 010am Lr SbelbTllAr 910am a 15pm a47pm 1025am Lv Verslles Ar 750am 5CCpm 710pm 10am Ar Midway Lv 730am X40pai 740pm ILOam Ar Georetn Lv 700am 310pm EASTBOONIX WISTBOUSD ffi lto II STATIONS tNOCl tXo vsam 40upm LV LoulsTll ia40om 740pm 503pmILOZam1158pm 830pm Ar Blehmnd LT 606am Xlupm LMpmsTATIONs piiiArAr Knozyliletpm 745am 1tOpmArAr Jacksonville 92am mArZpmArLv Chattanooga 610pm auam ItamArAr New Orleans 830am No J through sleeping ear Ix atsrllla to Dim mingham via Lexington and Chattanooga- No 6 free observation chaircar LouUvllla to Lexington No 0 free observation chair car Lexington to Louisville Na ulecplcecar Birmingham to Louiivlllo via Lexington All trams between LodsvUla Lexington anti Durgia dally Ditwcen Versatile and Georgetown Nos Bnd ladilly Nov 67 and dallTexXpt Sunday Between Versailles NIcholasvllle Blcb EonS and Irvine dally except Sunday Dally except Sunday Other trains drily- FSO 1tWashington TLQEAGPAWaahtauMn OOUR FALL STOCK O Which we do not hesitate to say is an attractive one is now llI ready for your inspection Its full of good thingsmore to followand it will be a pleasure to have you look them over DONT BUY UNLESS YOU WANT THEM We believe you will want want them too when you realize Jthe real good value to be had for such small prices Come and see them for they were selected with a view to please you mI Comfort Calicoes I Some of the prettiest designs the market affordsto be had here at 5cts 6 J4cts buys the best quality in town Our tic ol 2Sc Sosierj Is one of the best to be foundthey are warm wellknit and durable I These Chilly Days you want Examine our of that 25cts whatever you need in any line and our PRICES WILL BE FOUND iiifor Cor Main First St E1irnj1 flg Can You Eat Your Thanksgiving dinner and all other meals in comfort ARE YOUR TEETH in condition to permit thor ough mastication and complete enjoyment If not put your self in our hands We will remove useless teeth fill thoee that need it or supply COMPLETE SETS OTT TEETH our work is of a very high grade Our charges are not high The Finest Alloy Fills 75cts DR HOBSON Dentist RicLmond Ky next door to Government in Hobson Bids Richmond Ky Of flee open all night uC Ready For A InspectionCall t handsome andattrac f1tive line of Coods forJand Boy- sSuitings tJ J it Overcoats 3 ct That has just been re ceived from the East- Every V garment leaves the shop with a guaran 1 tee yJV J elsewhere ccrUD rerm rltI TI1 GReATeST IItJrtMllt or Tl1e AGe O ButW1Ygreat deal euler thla Separator It does away with expensive machinery sad Requires no power or fuel to run it No farmer with two or mow cows eat wwfle eSeafford to be without oae Manufactured In three bee Not tI and 31 prices 800 leet and 91596 eacb- JXbtrui attcount M Agtntt iffMtta tranced every eownty Wf Cushman C1 rZZiLLS Z4- eerI a m Underskirts Your choice of colorswith deep flounce and ruffles made of plain andmories effects are bargains at 98cts Some Valuable Suggestions for Fall Dress are to be found here Can you do better than allwool camels hair serges JOO May suggest thoughts of underwear Well we warmI for youin the medium which will now line articles go at CallI All Office Bldg the V OWEN MckEE Richmond Kentucky r 717i F Radient Home Heating Stovesthll tf ep Burns Soft Coal 7K and less oder than Mi- anyother oJoJI 7ii Give more Heat andwill keep fire longer than any other 7 ot You only build t one fire and it will I not go outi1 winter rs UNPRECEDCMTn HEAT ECONOMY 1nAR trf U cheapjIWARE AND FARMING IMPLSMSN1S ol nil dear1ptioima + Call and see and get the best goods at the best prices hI Ik LI1WiuI MPANY MAIN STREET RICHMOND KY 717f 71 7l 7 GRAND DISPLAY OFL BUGGIES PHAHONS CARRIAGES CarriagiWorksWorks have we displayed such a complete line of vehicle as we now carry in stock A gaurantee goes with ever vehicle that leaves the shop A visit to our Works wiL convince you that the above statements are true KentuCRY arriaEe 11rk JOHN DONELSON Proprietor riXfI Ir TeI = DURABLE o i BEAUTY iTle Acorn AirTight Heaters is truly a durable beauty We invite the public to calPand examine our beautiful line now on display also carry a complete stock of I M DBL STBBL RAIGBS AID ST m well Ranging in prices from 3 to 30 Dont fail to1 get our prices on Tin Roofing and Guttering hyJ Mr W D Buckley one of the best tinners in y the State charge of this I Swfact if you need anything in thoe Tinware StovesRoofmg or fine jhing pay you to seer TAYLOR Ros1MAIN ST RIORMO ND KY ii r w The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY DEO 51k 100 NEWJFRESH t GHri II it 1 We have received a nice fin of fresh evaporated Fruits such as Prunes Peaches Apricots Apples etc We also have a nice line o Currents raisins and othe ingredients for cakes We are prepared to furnist anything in the grocer line at Prices to Suit +++++++t- Always call when fresh pure groceries are wanted o- nEDBATHERAGECO Headquarters Shipstuff Hay and Oats Be sure and see the new Furniture at Joplins Have you seen the new picture mouldings at Joplint Joplin keeps the latest in Oval Frames in gilt antI ebony Joplins new mouldings have just arrived they are beauties The ladies of the Methodist church cleared 30 on their court day dinner Mr Joplin has added to his stock a full line of Plantino Prints and Carbons Five room cottage for rent price 10 per month Apply to Du G W EVANS auglotf Natural product water mill flour and meal at IL A Baxters grocery on Second Street augltf The wills of Mn Olivia Gregory and ex Postmaster Powell were admit ted to probate Monday D P Armer has on exhibition a clock that is warranted to run two years without winding Tbe house of Tom Doutbitt colored on JJ street was destroyed by fire Monday evening about seven oclock Natural nroductwhile not as white AS patent flour is much better for health For sale at R A Baxter on Second street augltf When yon want out flowers or floral designs see Joe Schafhausen at Middeltona drug store agent for Keller the Lexington florist d52t Window Glass Large stock and all sizes Lo prices JaeorM Willging g Rough refl skin made soft white and velvety with one application of Cupids Secret Price 25 cents For sale by E C WINES 14nov8w Tho effect of Cupids Secret is immediate One application makes the hands and face soft and velvety Price 25 cents For sale by EG WINES 14nov8w For Beatv VThe Boon property located on the corner of Main and Thirdit6treets for rent Apply to 23 nov 4 in E 0 McdvsN Attention Teachers Supt Wagers desires us to state that he has received a check for 361025 for which to pay teachere when called upon 7 i Taylor Rice Farm Sold The farm Of the late T y lor Rice con slating of 396 acres lying on the Speed well piKe some five miles rom town was purchased last Wednesday by W S Hume Co for 25727 or 6512 per acre Willgins line of Picture Goods for Christmas is the largest and most select ever shown in Richmond Price will tell Estrayod A black male Poland Cbjna hog weighing aboiJtloO pounds came to my place more than a month ago and ban since been cared for by me Owner can have same by calling at my place and paying charges GKOHOB RICE t 22uoytf Richmond Ky Fifthv THAT SEE THIS fr IS BRANDED OH EVERY SHOE I1tf Calf 4heavy doubte n4ttlow dccl 1rno TH03IAS C TBUEBLOOD We are pleased to announce the recital oflrofessorJhoznas CTrneblood nightDecemberProfessor Trueblood is a man of marked vab lfitY both as n reader and aa a teacher of the arc ot public speak lug His skill in thesejiues haswon greathas redhimThe loading colleges and universities of the country have placed before him tempting offers and educational con ventions and conferences have sought his instruction and ntertaiument For thtlast sixteen years he hawbad charge of the department of Education and Oratory at the University of Michigan and today ho has more students under his direct supervision than any other professor in that university His pupils have been highly success ful in contests with studentsfron1 other colleges Out of ten contests in ora lory itTwhich the leading universities of the Northwest participated they have received So veil first honors and one second In their twelve intercol legiate contests In debate they have amed nine Aft a dcturiesIsource tainments of deli masterpieces of the dramatists His Have Willging to frame your pictures they will be framed in a style that will add to the beauty of same Largest line of Framing materials this side of the large cities Price will tell Migrations Mr W Stewart Jones has moved his family to the Chas E Smith property on West Main and the house on Filth street vacated byMr Jones will bo occupied by Mr and Mrs E R Rowland Strayed or Stolen A bay horse 15 hands high shod ll round and a small white spot on the left shoulder The finder will be liberally rewarded forreturning same to iTjEfDKX DAIPU Box 13 Maikaburg Ky A FAIR 05SSr I will fill any order for you at the jewelrylinecity Selected from anybodys catalogue that you nurrliKve thereby say ing yOU expense o ordering lesp ctlullv jau3lyr DJARMEII Sales Mr K V Elder purnhaed privately the residence of John McKonna in the East Enljast week ff r 2750 PoEtmnsKT WallacH bought the late residence of Mr Cy Fox on Lancaster Avenue at public sale Saturday for 2280 560 Lost Bptneen Richmond and Kavanau h school house on thfclrvihe pike about f30 oc1ckMom1ayDecembcr 3 a purse contalnilur G011o 10 bills and two S3 bills The purse had a division in center The finder returning same to this office will receive a reward of 5- P T CvnrjNTEn Moberley Ky Alex Mauplns Accident Mr AlexManpin had the misfortune to catch his left hand in the collar roller at the Laundry last week painfully injuring tic member Prompt surgi cal attention yas rendered however and though deprived of its use for a few weeks wp are pleased to learn that the injury to Mr Maupins hand will not be permanent J 90 1 Wall Papers now being received Largest and most select line offered 3c on up in prices Geo M Willging e There are few Women who do not know something tof the Phenomenal Popularity of the tV z r- ShLwoMEN4j ttcn stHEMANISHFAH 11 7 W6rnens Shoes lDa4eOa lagt baped cr theraabJOnab1e F comtOrt COIIIODaD reoD ervlc In them nd there IiVItbthg also look optodMa and have IltorsolIa 1 tf MVlays tft Perfect t j Fitting Price is Always t 3 00 1ft ft Rice Arnold jItt VV3S IIIi Sole Agents t h I li recitals of Shakespeares plays have woll1cnownWithout compnnionsheand the depth of his selections He vividly expresses the feelings of joy and sadness love and hate courage and despondency bound in the masterpieces of t lie English drama He comes to us to give tho beautiful drama of Ingornar time Barbarian Frpin the reputation of the man and the sweetness and dramatic grandeur 6f his theme wo predict an evening of enjoy rxerit for the people of Richmond such as is seldom offered them TAle press everywhere speaks of him in highest terms commendation P4ofessor Tru6blood gave a delight ful ours entertainment last evening selections from Haralctand Mark Tw Iri were hiandloLiii the mostaitistic manner Lduisyille Ky Courier Jon rnal- No entertainment provided by the assc elation Y M C A this winter has afforded more general satisfaction K ansas City Times Professor Truoblood is a master of tho hrt of expression The evening was a rn re intellectual treat Baugor pe Dai ly Commercial H o is nmon the best of readers and wa8 frequently greeted with round after run 1of rapturous applause Lexing ton Ky Transcript Protracted Meeting A protracted meeting will begin at the Silver Creek chapel Presbyterian chi rch at Whites Station Oil Sunday Dq ember 0 at 1030 oclock Services wfj W be conducted by Rev W M Elo rfge assisted by the pastor They will continue during the week services beg inning at cr oclock p in Every bo y cordially invited to attend Alfred DoiiQlas Starts a New Stand J fr Alfred Jouglaa has opened a new me atinarki1 at tho old Culton stand on Irvine street and cordially invites his friends to call and inspect his clu ice line of beef mutton and other me its before buying elsewhere He kei P nothlng but the freshest and ten lerlst cuts He guarantees to satisfy fill customers and respectfully solicits tlul patronage of all Senator Harrell loSludy Law f fenator S B Harrell of Russellville wh o caused such a sensation last fall by exposing John Whallens bribery tat tics has matriculated at Centre Co liege for thestudy of law The Sen ate r evidently believes Its neverto late to learn and is preparing to fortify hit self for future legal contests and contingencies by a practical personal tnitwledgo of Blackstono and an ac qu intance with Littleton and Cook Window Shades allsizes an dkind kept in stockand make to order Prices low Geo M Willging Kr Talbot Jackson Announces 1tn thisiissue Of the CLurAX Mr J t Jackson announces his candi cla ey for reelection to the office of City A torncy atthe hands of the Democratic pa rty Mr Jackson has mado a capable oO cial and established an enviable re co d during his present term Ho is a st uiich believer in and supporter of so and Democracy and hereby asks his friends to sUnd by him ngajn pledging hi best efforts in casje ot nomination an d election Accicentr5 most deplorable accident occurred Sajturday night when by mistake the imfant suIt vf Mr and Mrs W S Old lniiu was bathed in carbolic acid instead of sweet oil us was intended The cl ild has been in n most dangerous co uditiou since but it is now thought wi recover We sincerely trust and hope for the best and in this wish we arje joined by an entire community w lose sympathy goes out in unstinted measure to the parents of tile babe j Circuit Court The December term of the lladisoli- CJrouitcourt was convened Monday by who delivered the usual to the grand jury which Is composed of the following wellknown gentlemen nflor which cquri was ndr jl urned until Tuesday J Wade Walk ei n foreman II F Arbuckle G D Yhite IT G Prewitt John Lt Griggs C F Parke Jacob White Richard Boulware Alex Vaughn J H Ken li eidj W L Crutcher and L Mnupin l Punts FromTho Gridiron Central Universitys crack foot ball ttm closed the season with a glorious VictorY over Vashington Ulld Lee on day lhie game was thrived on neutral grounds at Charles tiL West Virginia and Kentuckys spris triumphed er irgihtas repre sentatives by IiiescOr of 23 toO Our eniiro aggregation played like heroes aliid brilliiint team wrk aiid star ln d ividual action was responsible for the v fctt ry At no stage of the game were the W and L men init being corn t5etely outclassed by our boys This ftaino ends a inostIsuccc sfnl eason for JU Though beaten Vanderbuilt and the YM C A teapot Louisville we defeated State College twice Ken hlpgIplarksville TCUII and others One game with Centre College ended In a Me hut wo clearly demonstrated our lperiorit So on our beloved Univcr vicwryaskfor ifldo is Viumbcrcd hinong her riqlliesOji same lay liicliraonds coored team wrested victory from theLexInE ton Giants to tho tune of 2 to 0 Only RppearsIhat 1S i e C UT FLOWS J tMAND rL RAL DBIGH Orders for dowels should be en Ltrusled only =to reliable florists J JTasteand Abilityf J BtandlngIi cptvs + BELL The Florist LLEXINGTON KYJDENBY L PERRY Agt tJ c Bells Flowers go Everywhere oaRecep- tion to Mr and ihs Lloyd On last Tuesday evrnfng time C W B JM Society of the Christian church pave a reieption to Mr and Mrs W R Lloyd who are to leave our community the first of the year The lecture room of the las the scene of this delightful entertainment and nearly two hundred guests enjoyed the hospitality of the C W B M ladies Elegant and dainty refreshments were served and the evening was most pleasantly passed in social converse Court Day Under gloomy skies and on damp footing an averaged sized crowd rame to town Monday Owing to the decline in politics some business was done by the merchants 1500 cattlo of different grades were offered The trade in cat tic continues hell The better class sold at 4c while the young and lighter classes were a drag at prices ranging as low as 2c About 70 mules sold at prices ranging from 70 to 135 Horses plugs and mediums sold readily at from 20 to 100 owing to quality Only n few extra good horses noticedand none sold so far as known For City Attorney Elsewhere in this i sue of the CLIMAX appears the announcement of Mr A C Wells for election to the ofllce of City Attorney Mr Wells was born ami reared in thitt community educated at Central Universitynnd is also a gradu ate of the law department of that Insti tution He is a splendid young lawyer having had several years of experience well qualified and competent to fill the office and will promptly and faithfully discharge its duties We are glad to have the opportunity of presenting the name of this deserving young man before the citizens of Richmond for their consideration and support Elks Memorial Day Richmond Lodge No 581 B P 0 E fittingly celebrated Memorial Day sunday December 2 with appropriate exercises in their Lodge rooms At Elkdoms mystic hour of eleven the members of tile local Lodge met and held theirLodge of Sorrow The ser vices were under the supervision of Exalted Ruler A Wilkes Smith and the eulogy was delivered by Hon J Talbot Jackson The order lana been exceedingly prosperous here and though instituted only eoaie six mouths ago now has nearly a hundred names of our prominent citizens on its roster For tunately not one of their number has deceased A Madison County Man A dispatch from the WichitaTexas Herald speaks highly of the skilland success of Dr Wade Walker Dr Walker is a son of Mr Dan B Walker formerly of this county but n wof Iowa Park Texas and is likewise a brother of Mrs R P Fox Jr of this city lie is at present house surgeon at St Josephs hospital Fort Worth and has a promising future ahead His Madison relatives will doubtless be glad to hear this news The Herald saysDr Wade Walker on last Thursday morning performed an operation for hare lip on the fivemonthsold child of Mr and Mrs J L Kickles He was assisted by his uncle Dr Burnsidn and Dr Warring It was Dr Walkers first surgical operation in this city although he has been engaged in an operating room at Fort Worth nearly every day since his graduation nearlyja year ago Ho handled himself with the nerve and coolness of a veteran and to the uniniated the operation appeared to be skillfully and scientifically performed it is said by his tutors andpthers Qualified to speak that Dr Walker gives promise of a fine surgeon Cecil ton Club Notes One oflhe most delightful meetings in the history of the Cecil inn Club was held last Wednesday afternoon No ember 2S with Mrs T J Smith Jr The program was from Verdie opera La Traviata and proved instructive The first thing discussed was the story of the opera then an article on the composer Verdi by Miss Lynn An instrumental solo followed by Mrs Akcrs in her inimitable way Mrs T J Smith Jr was well pre pared with current musical literature and the program closed with a duct The Overture from La Travjuia by Mrs Middelton and Mrs Pickels lhere were several matters brought before the Club for discussion A State Musical Federation separate from the Federation of AVotnens Clubs lies been agitated for some time by the Cecilian Club and the Club hiss been in corres pondence with other Musical Clubs in KentuckyThe Mrs Pickels rend a- very delightful letter which hud received from Mrs J K Whitney of Louisyillo President of the Musical Art Society of that city She is very favor ably impressed with the idea of the Federation and thinks perhaps Louisville will take the initiative step in an other year- Another very important matter in which tho cooperation and patronage of Richmond will be solicited is a concert to be given under tho auspices and for the benefit of the Cecilian Club and the pleasure and edification of tile public The Club hopes In the near future to bring on an artist or artists of ability who will so charm tho tastes of all that a repetition wlll be solicited We agJ1 Iubare enthusiastic over this venture and hope to meet with en couragement and success After par rerreshmeutBimeeting with Mrs Robert Itarnam December 12 Miss Kate Smith was prepared xvitli a list of October birthdays and Mist higgins with birthdays of November with mention nf nationality of all musicians thus grouped together M Some people gain reputation for- CPVCrneSn1 When they arc simply disagreeable V V r Through Sleeping Car Service oulsvlllo tc Jacksonville Via Southern Railway Leaves Louisville 745 11111 lahI- ylexingtoii1050 am Arrives at Clint tanoogn 550 p m Jacksonville 83 a in Equally as good schedule retUrn- Ing Also train leaving Louisville 715 p m has through connections and sleep ins car service arriving Jacfcsonvillt 10 p m next evening Southern Railway in connection will the Queen and Crescent Route is tin only hue with 4honr schedule be tween Louisville and Jacksonville Superior connections at Jacksonvih for all points in South Florida Winter tourist tickets now on sale U principal resorts of Florida awl tin Southern States also to Havana Nan San and Porto Rico via Southern Hall way Information 230 Fourth aveuupLou isville A AVlinnojf pussugt W A funK WM IL TAYLon Gen Pass Agt A C PA Washington D C Louisville Ky- 22uQ2m Kentucky Club Celebrates In Chicago- A special from ChicBgo to the CourierJournal of November 28 says Time first annual celebration of the Kentucky Club of Chicago which was first a banquet and then a lance proved a triumphant success in every sense of the word The attendance was big and representative and included nanny handsome women Regrets came from Governor Beck ham Mr Henry Watt terson and a few others but there were spellbinders in plenty who acquitted themselves admirably under the direction of President Ben Branhaui Time guests were seated at a table in the fashion of a huge horse shoe and a feature of the menu was that the fIsh was served a la Henry Clay and the birds a la Henry Watterson- In singing Old Kentucky Home at the opening tile company betrayed the fact that it had been away from homo for a long time and besides los ing the tune got mixed in the mazes of the first verse but finished up all right with the assistance of the baud Those who spoke were Mr E A Atkirsoulrof Wm McClintockr JIS K Lambert and R W Brown of Louisville who was civen an oration at the conclusion of hIs remarks In pleading for a new Kej University Prof McCIintock see forget that the Slate had any col any schools or anything elfe eJ shooting irons He even said ur things about Kentucky horses anll Jfurthercontributed by Hallie Ermine hives Because of the late hour Rev Keene Ryan was permitted to resign his place on time pro ramme in favor of time dancersProf McClintock is well remembered here having b6en for several years pastor of the Christian church f The Italian Opera In the fifteenth century and later because musical erudition was still applied entirely to the service of thj church and because Italy was the ec cleslastial center musicians of all lands went to Italy and especially to Rome On the verge of the seventeenth century a novelty in music was originated that was pregnant with consequence this was recitation with Its special characteristics Vincenzo Galilei was one of n band of Florentine nobles and gentry who devised time appropriK tion of music to free declamation and engaged authors and gentile musicians to put the conception into practice They thought it possible to apply the poetic power of Greek music in ox alting speech into song There existed two classes of music at this time the music of the people consisting of concise rhymical tunes to countless stanvas of ballad poems and the music of the schools assigning a melojy to several successive vanes in focal imitation Tbelirst utterance of its composition was n Cantata II Conte Ugoliuo by Gallei of which tit copy exists There followed Cantatas by Caccini and Cavaleeri who was as sociated with Jampo Pen in the compo sition of Uufne a complete lyrical draraawhich was privately performed in the palace of one of the lIorant instigators These two worked tyetY I on the opera Lur3licewliiit v publicly represented in Florence at the nuptials of Henry IV of Franco with Maria di 1sirarcimn WOO That the first public performance of a dramatic oratorio and of a similar opera both exemplifying the recently de vlncd declamatory power of music should have occurred in time same ear is a remarkable coincidence Mon teverde brought out at the court of Mantua in 11307 his opera Aria ifollowed in 1GOS by his Orfe In these works smith in those of Ule Fame nature that hesunsequeutly prbilnced at Venice is anticipated the principle which was revived by GUnk some hundred anti fifty years later and of which the votaries of Richard Wagner in the present day assume their hero to have been the originator time prin ciple natnelythat the exigencies of time action and the requirements of time text should rule the musical design Inn lyrical drama and that the instru mental portions of tho composition should quite as munch as thews as signed to voices illimtratn time progress of the scene anti the significance of the words Time opera nov became a fixed in stitution in Italy anti wu no longer restricted to he palaces of nobles but became the best esteemed entertain mauL in public theatres Conspiclous as much for the worth as time multi tude of his productions was bcuilatti who wrote 115 secular operas and many oratorio and was the head of three conservataies then flourishing in Naples his mostamnouscontemporaries- were Cavalh aiiTFCestL Past modifi cations in opera were germinated towns the niiddlo of die eighteenth century Handel had been reiharkably happy iu uniting in one piece the ut terances of 3 4 and even 5 distinct persons For some time tIme fame of dramatic art was only applied to subjectsPnesiello to have first Introduced its use into serious opera ind it reached perfection under time nagica touch of Mozart whose two finales in Figaro and Don Giovanni are models for all times Cimorosa was also an important contributor Tbe composers aid operas of oui nineteenth century are more or less familiar to us Rossini Wercadante Puim Bellini Donizetti and Verdi La Lraviata II Frovatore Eenant antI later Falstau all claim Verdid light hand and veracity of speech Rossinis beautiful and bright Barber of So ilk Sfliniramlde and Otello Uellihu Korma Puri tana La Somniunbnla stud DonizttttiR Lucia its LaneruvatiB Lucreta Borgia LaFavorita from a1 ot which we have at least heard selec tions aud which are miracles of con dayitsComedy with Music A Jrama with mmicmiI AccompRinmeiit are tin I titles for time poi zof the preoeiii and future vv Hi A l 4 i ji rJ t O J Lt WlLfltl 0L3 11St1TJ I WATCH THSPACE FOR J I I jflj Jul11 To Tho Public Homo years ago time stock holders of thih company built the present tele phne exchange system in Richmond Men then was that it would erstOUr convenience Since then has become in this wide Vilko business age a necessity The tflbl of time isolated local exchange will soo1 be a thing of time past The public deipMids from the bomebisiness house IIK office long distance telephone con nection With the centeteoftrade This is yspeoityy true of this trading com munity In response to this demandthe own af this company during the past yearjhave built many mites of toll lines kt cinsiderable expense but we were fo f to realize that time undertaking was ojjgreat that our longdistance connection would necessarily remain disjointed and that what we undertook us a novelty and mere side issue would fobirlikely demand most of our time if we would keep up with the procession Being unwilling to make the telephone business a specialty when on last Tue Uay tfie Cumberland Telephone Com pany of Nashville Teun made us a fair offer for tim stock of the company same to Itto take effect December 1st 1000 We attached as a coudlHim that the present competent superintendent should go into the em ploytimC new company The Cumberlainl Company is con trotted by Southern young men who are making time telephone business a specialty aid it line large resources it owijs over 2 exchanges throughout tho SWh including such places as Louisville and New Orleans Its subscribers e very where can have long dis tance connection from their own phones with time telephone world throughout the country North and South It will put In new instruments here dfl tithe service and extend Its lines into every neighborhood In time county Our fra- ucimJsicesberatesfor pboncs for local connection these cannot be increased Thanking tho public r its generous patronage in the past and bespeaking for the new management and efficient service Wo Are Respectfully HiOHJtoNn TELEPHONE COMPANY Nov 29 1900 LotaJofJImchelors would make ROOU could make them propose The WhIridtating Cathartict ISto ako easy to operate 17lrf tt whofhtnkK he Is a genius at 0r thhik at what an ass I all land fo i nttst thino ld AdMo ot Comis rOil Nov IIbe t1rt I oung n t 4 R l as saccrdect ti i eacoriiLWPth4ilrc1M NEXT UEK Salt rheum with its burning sting jog sensation is duo to poor blood and is cured by Hoods Sarsanarilln time great blood purifier It Itlobbs Stntistiis show that there urn not so many marriages ns there used to be SlobbNo the girls are on the decline In slnccrist liver Herbino by its beiipflcml action upon tIme biliary tracts renders the bile more fluid stud brings time liver into a sound healthy comli tlon thereby banishing the sense of drowsiness lethargy antI the general fpelinc of apathy which arise from disorders of the liver Price cents Perry t Thomas 5decllu Tim chronic borrower thinks that of time five senses the greatest is the sense of touch Always hake hove To your wife Remember sue is just as sweet antI dainty now as when you used to hold her by tho hand and look into her eyes timid tell liar she was the only love your hearts delight Half time petulance antI distress that makes von so irritable comes from indigestion You can cure it by taking Dr Cald wells Pepsin It Is cuaranteed by druggists Unovlm Men seldom or rather never for n length of time and deliberately rebel ngainxt anything that does not deserve re belling against For broken limbs chilblains burns scalds bruised shins sore throat and sores of Avery kind apply Ballards Snow Liniment It will give Immed kite relief anti heal any wound Puce 25 cents and 50 cents rprn and Thomas 5declm There are 4200 species of plants nsed for commercial purposes Of these 420 are used for perfumes be 1Jf4 ThU signature la on every box cf the Genuine Laxative BromoQuminc TaMou- tho remedy that cnrei n cold iu uric Iny The smallest coin now current In Europe is the Greek lepton It is worth onetwentieth of a Cent largelydlppndl4troubled with be irrita ble cross fRverinhand perhaps seriously sick Whites Cream Vermifue ls a worm expeller and tonjo to make hell hcalthv and cheerful Price 25cetits Perry A Thomas leclra Men swear when they meet a crisis a womnn cries A amoas Jalatln May be worth millions or u big pump kin may take first premium but Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin more joy every day as it becomes better known and moro centrally used for constipation indigestion sick headache and stomach trouble Get It sit drug gifts I4novlm Its n good thing tit do too busy to tell your troubles There are few aUmuuis so uucnhifort aide an piles bitt thev can easily be PIleOmay one uulferiiitr frniu lIJCtIHn not af fiiMjo neglect to gtvu it a trial Pfir oil ints in fUlo1J JuLIIo 7ittut ferry rltd4 M lcjt1 Ii ffJ iff = I1liiii Drugcist Morgan of Crawfordsville PepInrecommend as it does just what you claim It is the best laxative I oversaw Sold by druggists 14novlm Every little girl thinks she would like to grow up nnd marry a man who keeps a candy store Vtat TTould You Givo yourfriendsdisagreeable it is Its Symplons are in flamed eyes throbbing temples ringing noises In time earstmealacimescnpricious appetite AntI constant discharge of mucus Fortunately its cure is not question of what you will give hut what you will take If you will take Hoods barsaparilla time great constitu sfonal remedy which thoroughly purifies enriclres and vitalizes the blood you may expect to be completely and permanently cured Time good blood which Hoods Sareaparilla makes reaching tho delicate passage of time mucous membrane soothes anti rebuilds the tissues and ultimately cures sill symptoms of catarrh I4novlm Mrs AtticsMy husband writes GounoxZsfyhusband 2500000 Given Away Tu the past year Dr R V Pierce lists given away copies of his great work The Peoples Common Sense Medical Advisor at an expense to him of f23 000 exclusive of postage This standard book on medicine and hygimiecontninb 1008 pages and more than 700 Illustrn tions It treats of the greatest and gravest problems of human life in sim pits English from a common sense point of view It answer those questions of sex which linger unspoken up on this lips of youth and maiden It is essentially family hook and its advice in a moment of sudden illness or accident may be time means of saving a valuable life This great work is sent absolutely free on receipt of stamps to defray the cost of mulling ONLY Send 21 onecent stamps for tho book in pa per binding or 31 stamps for cloth covers Address Dr K V Pierce Butlalu N Y There are two sides to a story says the lan lJuuk Philosopher antI the gossip wlshen there were more In biliousness Heroine by expelling from time body tho excess of bile and acids improves the assimilative pro ceases purities tine blood aud tones up atari strengthens tho entire system Price oOo lerry Thanias odlni Yhrn n follow buys his troupers on credit tare they breeches of promise Itaware of Ointment fur Catarrh That Contains Mercury as mnrcnry will surely Il story the souse lor smell and completely derange the whole system when entering ii through the mucous surfaces Such articles should never be used except on pre scriptions from reputable physicInuBaa the damage they will do is ton fold to the good you can possibly derive from tbein Halls Catarrh Cure manufact tired lirF J ClicBOy ta Co Toledo 0 contains no mercury and Is taken in ternallyacting difjctlv upon tIme blood and raucous surats the system1 IB baying Halls CWrrli Cure be sara you get time penultm It Is taken ia tornally Hud taMlein Totpdn So1tiii4 opurke 75cperbetle IIah1 FmIIsai thMtl J it ton J This Is What They Say Sarsaparillaforrheumatism or dyspepsia say it cures promptly and permanently even afterj all other preparations fail You may take timid medicine with the utmost con fidence that it will do you cood What it luiBilono for others you have every reason to believe it will do for you Constipation is cured by hoods Pills 25 centsSihhicumsIfa is always talking about his ancestors Cynicus Its too bad they cant retaliate Ho Didnt Caro Housewife My dear I see a two column article in the Sunday paper about how even flour Is being adulter ated husbandwell I dont care nor need vou We cant git nnthin wrung with our stumlck if we take Dr Cald wellrt rl1p Pepsin All druggists sell it 14novliri While blackberries anti green roses have been propagated in Louisiana this yenV TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAr Take laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund the money if it fails to cure E W Groves signature is on each box 25 cents flight angle fire is that fired from tOme at an elevation exceeding 15 de green Klirnmalixni Catarrh are lilood Disease Cured tree It Is the deepseated obstinate cases of catarrh or rheumatism that R B B Botanic Blood India cures If doctors sprays liniments medicated air blood purifiers have failed B B Bdralns out the specific poison in the blood that causes rheumatism or catarrh making perfect cure It you have pains or aches In bones joints or hack swollen glands tainted breath noises in tIme head discharges of mucuousulccration of the membranes blood thinget easily tired a treatment with B Bn will stop every sympton by makinc time blood pure and rich Druggists Trial treatment free by addressing BLOOD BALM CO Atlanta Ga Describe trouble and free medical ad vice given 2 The explosive force of gun cotton is more than twice that of gunpowder Tetter SaltRheum and Eczema The intense itchingand smarting loci dentto these diseases is instantly allayed by applying Chamberlains Eye and Ointment Many very bad cases have been permanently cured by ft Jt la equally efficient for itching piles and a favorite remedy for sore nipples chapped hands chilblains and chronic sore eyes 25 eta per box Dr Cadjs CoadlUoH Powder are just a horse needs when ip bad condition Tonic blood purlfierand vermifuge They are not food but medicine and the best in use to put a horse te prime coditloa Price 25 oeata pesO package j i Eurn1iiidaringtb 4r for Inn win other lands te o ti Onrk Trkg sX t orl LAxative Brown QUntne Tabl t euro a eotd inova day Ko care py Pci uIlwJ rr T i Pr hoIc I KodolDyspepsia Digests what you eat aidsNaturestructing tto exhausted digestive or digestantcan aV roach It In efficiency It 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Invotcnt 1o LEXINGTON KY justIninotiK unjirecfUiitod by any other similar institution of the ago piTtnl amount paid in living benefits 133000 amount of surplus and reserve 1GOOOO O A1ulal paid up value of all certificates is 13000000 j ArId is innrkablo when compared with the most reliable Lifer III Companies who 1811 not show as great a premium income Ill proportion In the mount of insurance in force tL4Thiie are ppeiitl advantages offered to thoso who wish toy Ihrftllh this lOlllpany and both purchaser and Ftikr sre hltfil1 in this transaction Now is the time to 4 make your nviiiiunt 1 H SMITH BOWM7NSECRETARY LEXINGTON KY MIW A T MILLION Local Agent Richmond Ky en fQ 1r WlO Gfl1IMPRESSED DIRECT FROn DISTILLERY TO CONSUMERS ALL CltAROES i v2 oAID i ar itft tatiiatttrf return life at trtxfemt and wtwill reun- dtrvachpccrorordce y 127 SSS THAN TWO gallons rUfl lor KiiO t etO In vr els as beknv gl21 27 3Ot OIC Cc uio Stock 10O J 1E r by KPUKerSartaCOVINUTONfw Aria Col Onlo Ida Mont S 1nNeT iud for gACH aM vay ouo oro for ttx Gallons Iifahlpped bTrn ioliT I tbWwouHlTrrrltartn PIUCES EI I ovteicQn t 5a aik tM ul A4Ckc- elSJuneCm let lie Dept 1 efl Exp Coa 1W1IPl Oi5 PITTSBURG ouCENTRAL TOCK YARDS EAST LIBERTY PA OFFER SUPERIOR ADVANTAGES TO SHIPPFRS Yards have been enlarged and rearranged It is the nearest point to the Eastern Market Best Distributing Point East of Indianapolis for Balti more Washington Philadelphia New York and alKEastern markets Good buyers always in attendance for export cattle and all other kinds of stocks- Consignments for Commission firms given prompt at Umtion WnEVERYha1c L rcys rainag Ti1c1 I r=Manufactured celebrated Waco ClayJst Prize at Centen nial Exhibition J876 Prices 50 per cent lower than other factories Tile Dralnsje Is a Permanent Improvement Inside Diameter Price per 1000 Price of Branches Appro Weight of of Tile feet each Tile each 3 In Jit 0010 cts a lbs 4 15 W b 18tO ti 11 6 2500 J3- = 85 00 = = = 85 = iG S 60 at2o10 1OOtjOrOr a- su It f 2 Price list F O B Cars atJFactories grewbeforeA well drained farm will cause you to be rememb red more favorably han a sky scraping marbletshaft Only well drained land produces the largest and best crops and the best investment possible SONtU I f t 4- t 4 r i j 2 Jt41 LAND STOCK AND CROP Corn is soiling at 2 per barrel delivered here Wallaceton Cor Lancaster Record L D Mitchell sold his crop of hemp seed at 2 per bushel Stone CorLau ticasterTurkey buyers are around paying six liCorimJohnSOOlb coPerryvilloTurkey selling in this market at six fyfromWinchester Sun Corn is selling at 175 per barrel which is considered a good price for so early in the season Paynes Depot Cor Georgetown Times Arthur Carrico sold 103 bushels of corn to Mr Watt OBryan for 30 cents per bushel Cartswrijht Creek Cor Springfield News Leader Corn is selling at 175 per barrel Several sales ot hos at 42i to450 Tobacco command a tiItirkeysfoot Counerevilln Harrison county Cor Georgetown TimesNCorn is quoted at S175 per barrel and taBroylesto W C Carter the White Cloud trad er one fat hog weight 515 pounds ata375 per cwt Harrodsburg Democrat Col T J Burgess purchased from Harrison county farmers 125 yearling mulesT H Daughterly admtstra tor of Mrs Judith Stonesold 100 barrels of corn at 125 per barrel and a quan tity of oats at 13 cents per dozonSa dleville Cor Georgetown Times There was a big crowd at George town Monday says the limes and 350 cattle on the market Feeders sold nt 385 to SI yearlings at S3 to S385 heifers 275 to 3 work mules 80 to 100 horses 25 to 125 Asa Jewollof Lexington bought privately over 40 horses and mules A large crowd attended the sale ol Mr and Mrs Todd Scott Tnursday aft ernoon and timings commanded fair prices Horses and colts sold from 45 to 75 sows and pigs 15 to 17 shoats 4c cow 1750 cow anti calf 65 75 corn 195 per barrel hay 55c in stack Mnrsburg Cor Danville Advocate The Democrat reports 3500 to 4000 cattle on the market at Mt Sterling Monday and quality good Trade was slow owing to the dry weather The best steers sold at 4Jc yearlings at 3c to 4c heifers at 3c to 3c cows at 2c to 2c canners at Ic to 2c bulls at 2c t- o3cJ AV Hales sold lo Bond Iii lard sixtyfive OoOpouud cattle at 4cA good many mules on the market but few are good ones S C Carpen ter of JMillereburg bought 15 of thom at from SSO to 120 A good many com mon horses sold at from 00 to 100 The salting of stock is probably the most neglected of the many necessary eperations of the farm This ordinarily comes from oversight TIme intention is good but the memory is faulty Unless barrel salt is protected it will waste from washing when it rains whereas rock salt is subject to loss only in slight degree A lump of rock salt should be kept in the feed box for the horse or better yet put in a separate box over the manger within reach The fundamental principle is to keep salt within roach of livo stock then the matter will not bo forgotten for weeks at a time which frequently hap pens Between barrel salt and rock the latter is much to be preferred be ing cheaper and less bother As to rock salt being hard on the tongue it is not as it soon bccomua smooth Kentucky Stock Farm There ip a move in some localities in this State to bell the dogs instead of the sheep and make the penalty for being found without a bell death to the dog Upon careful thought we believe this would prove the more effective way to keep aogs away from sheep The whereabouts of the dog could always be knownEr This plan would doubtless bo a great thing for time farmer but the poor town people would all die of Jim jams in less than- a monthTime American farmer will have to come to a realization of the fact that nearly onehalf of his production goes to waste by sheer careless ness and mismanagement What the average farmer wastes in this country would more than supply two families such as his in France Scotland or Switzerland More than half his fruit rots on account of bad handling and poor faculties fur storing He leaves his corn out in the open fields to cure until a good portion of it is damaged and destroyed He forgets to dig his potatoes till they begin to take second growth or the frost has nipped the vines and destroyed half the crop Ho is wasteful of his fodder which he throws upon the grounds for the cattle to pick over and trample upon He sits on a fence and try to learn something of a neighbor who knows less than he docs instead of subscribing for life county paper which is presumed lo know it all and sit in the corner till bedtime reading aloud to the family The farmers must do better or the On Her Feefi fromhermany a elf pporting girl must Ixperi ence on those days each month when in other cir cumstances she would go to bed she must still be at the desk or counter and strug gle through the day as best she may Backache head ache andotherpains caused by womanly diseases are perfectly cured by Pierces Fa Prescription the cause of these pains It establishes dries enfeebling drains flammation and ulceration and cures female weak ness II makes womenIicl- women PAIN AU GONE Ii have Ultra iacdldne with the greatest satisfaction wntesMra GeorgcRiehl of Lock YourFavorite andpandbeforefeltjired My pain lasH gone and I feel like a thetImeyour medldne I have teen cured of troubles thebest1fedicatAaVpeyexpenseL V Piuce hrI Y fi 0 cimj1Ji itfFI P papers will continue to roast them when there no candidates to roast Harrodsburg Sayings No UiKlil to Uglinfss The woman who js lovely in face form and i tamper will always have friends butone who would bo attrac re must keep her health If she is weak sickly and all run down she will be nervous and irritable If she es constipation kidney trouble her piro blood will entire pimples blot es skin eruptions and a wretched Electric Bitters is the medicine in time world to regulate stomach liver and kidneys anti tllPUll the blood It gives strong nerves right eyes smooth velvety nkinaieh complexion It will make a goodlook ing charming woman of n tundown invalid Only 50 cents at Perry Thomas Drug Store 2 NATIONAL SUFFRAGE BAZAAR RECEPTION TO PIONEERS Valuable anti interesting contribu ons are rapidly being sent in for the- atioiittl Suffrage Bazaar which is to held in Madison Square Garden ew York first week in Deoember Among the sotivunira on theAnthony ble aro to be some needlebooks made pieces of Miss Anthonys handsome silk dresses by Miss Eliza H Hawley lade of seventynine who knew the famous suffragist when both were oung Tho needlebooks are of the stylo used in those days andamong their materials Miss Anthonys historic Ret Velvet which has ap peared in so many cities at home and abroad and her eightieth birthday gown are represented Mrs Mary H Johnson of California who is nearly eight years of ago has contributed some beautiful baby buggy robes babv shoes and handsomely made shawls the material for which was ordered from Italy and every titchof the work was done by herself Among the relics which will be fpnpd at time Bazaar will be autogrnp of Rock me to Sleep moth Elizabeth Akers Allen a kn fork one hundred andsevontyf old contributed by Mrs Eliza dodge of Virginia a slaves pers and a copy of a will William Lloyd Garrison Wend lips Parker Pillsbury and F Douglas tbjcontributions One of the most significant things tho five lays program will bo the ception given on the opening night the four pioneer suffragists Mrs Eli beth Cady Stanton Miss Susan Anthony Mrs Nary A Livermo and Mrs Julia Ward Howe Theyo all over eighty anti are all women w have left their impress en the wot outside as well as on time suffrage mal itment A WOMAN ron SPEAKEr or Tn viiMrsy rColorado t of the House an honor for which many men are now lighting Sue made one of the best records of any of tIm mombetsin tho last House and is said to be eminently fitted for the position Shealnays sands for fur play without fear or favor t SECrETAISy LONG VON COLORADO EIJEC TIOXS Secretary John J Long has recently raturned from Colorado where ho was luring time election and for a few days pracjticulonly strengthened his faith in the ex pediency as well as justice of it He says I have always been in favor of woman suffrage because 1 never could understand how a citizen who paid taxes and had an equal stake in the government should not also have a voice in choosing officials to administer it This is one of the cases where I think the doctrine of the Consent of the governed comes in I was tlere eIoJLioniiithere election Jay Prior fo thefw tion there w sio undue exciteir l- itiiegroatmm3sof women like thot8a ortfirybxsinessas there wirea great many ineil j who were talking politlds and actinj on committees fo securing thIereistra tion of voters TWa3fp najeetioiiday at the polls in one oHhowrudwhero there were more titan attlfousand votes registered Nothing could be more orderly or better conducted there was nothing to jar the most sensitive necta elcvafaiidbroaden Volcanic liniplibn Are grand but Skin Eruption rob life of joy Bucklontf Arnlca Salvo cures them also Old Running and Fever Sores Ulcers Dolls Felons Corns Warts Cute Bruises Burns Scalds Chapped Hands Chilblains Best Pile Pains4iidAchesguaranteed Sold by Perry TlioiHns Druggist 2 It seems that tho American Indian is not at all likely to become extinct3 despite a popular impression tdthat effect Since 1S70 when tho first lie curate Indian census was taken Lo has not decreased to any appreciable ex tent and it is likely that conditions in tIme future will never bo so hard on him as they have boon in the past Now Germany has put up n wail because American coal can be taken across tho Atlantic and sold in Germany cheaper than Germany coal Yet there is a heavy duty on the importation of coal to tho United Slates in order to protect tbk mine owners from pauper foreign coal The report of a week ago that the volunteers would be kept in the Phil ippines until next Jnly is now confirmed on authority Before the elec tion it was announced that the war was over and that the volunteers would begin to come home last month Under the proposed subsidy bill tlo entire cost Of building a big steamship will bo returned to its owners within teu years as subsidy leaving all the in come from it to be paid as profits after the operating expenses liaycr been de ducted SI Imvlattentionabout forty years old and ln Is considered rather youUifrpton presi dent He has therefrfIay Escolnra in which to keep on Eastmenj Ellfglt Satitli Smitltlunronnager Vml llobertsoq I il z Xh tt Before long it may be necessary for the world to form n Society for time Suppression of Cruelty to Boxers if the Germans and Russians continue to forget that they are supposed to represent civilizednations Some Republican pnpers are talking of amending the Constitution so as to give Roosevelt a place in the Cabinet Evidently these papers do not know Itoosevelt and they do not know Me Kinley Still ihb Doors will not admit they 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this new line but suf ficeit to say that we have spared neither time nor money in making selections endeavoring at all times to buy every moneyMany expensive but the largest part is medium grade withno cheap trashy stuff in the line Then PRICE IIwill tell it will be the lowest ever placedon goodsWe attention fair treatment Again asking your kind inspection Respectfully Geo M Willging 200 W MAIS RICHMOND ICY Wait Paper Paint Oils Glass Window Shadesi Flctaro Frames etc It seems that the real stumbling block in the way of the proposition not to increase the membership of the House of Representatives lies in the fact that not to do so would necessitate the cutting down of the representa tion of Kansas Nebraska and Ohio Of course the Republicans could never do any tIming like that Any citizen of nearly any American city could have warned the Czar to boil his drinkipR water lime HAMILTON LADIES TAILOR AND DRESSMAKING Accordeon and Knife Plaitin- gRichmond Ky scptl9tf What TOT Ounces does is 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