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effect January I 11i901 order meet o 1st will necessary greatest business career Our entire stock this at efldetshort time must converted into better or bring about a quick result than I VV rFTAT Jl1l11 a a a il 1 L fi i1 AT tt lJ = SlY LlHI AND An of our of prove and It will show what is and also how well the nrtizan bas worked out tlie design of the artist Chase iu Gold nod Silver are shown Prices arc not high quali ties are 1 v v F J H M No 503 West Ninth Street Cincinnati Ohio will be at Hotel Olyndon Richmond Ky on 4 DEC 12 return log every second e cad month Keference every ot Rich d JS11 j l f j VPVVVV N lcft ffi t i u hen u a t1 I D fc F The tie cd HI we to IS d bf the le la test you buy YOU huv j that yo t JIin If f VVJOJ f J i1 t y 1D c s q CARD TO THh PUBLIC It has been and in some of the and is Kfii that the oliicets at Tip ton No 7 Madison mmiiy Ky in lie late election of 2nct sicted and c mtrary to law in said in 10 tho old law instead of thu new is Bill 19 of 1030 Some liavo gone s far as 10 state that same Wifa dune in the inter es ofsolne of the Now my friends this is unjus as for myself known tliat I tried lobe just to all and to said I did not Vat any time lake t rany eithor for or they were all my finns and I could any and all of them And- I think I can safely any the other officers I know we all did to be our duty and Tdo riot believe that a single defeated beieves that J L would to tliinjr Now I claim tlat wo are only officers that the letter law insanu The old law which vftK BOOH after the new consti und the saiSe rules nit as the said election The now law No 19 tins no for hold log a and there is no ion or No 19 how a electron bhall bo heM Ueijldes this ame new Jaw that each three Iinbi one stick of sealing wax pile U1ltllr seal with the name of- fhe county the election upon it These With the returns of saul shall be handed into jfie Clerk by the ijlieriU or Judge of faith to Sheriff Then after the said County Clerk said returns he places them back in the ballot box ipcks same gives one ol the keys to tile paid aud tin otbei key to the said Judge and taking S their Tor same Said Clerk totl6 said Judge and tuking his ru a contest note this till law says there shall be but one veaL fq inch voting recInc iVpsC on the Stbof Ne gave Jiis the punt lCJ the law It gold seal and bow folds same and wli liuld biiine mouths unl is contest in said l BTowju tHere w mado under tll n lay for Hen there ore iiuiieedl and thread Sio wax and voting procim in the county Tlieu an of the said prjmai newja luvas S lInpo slule mm was to hioldit Ju vitb old Jaw anti fof that my Tipton is tljo on voting placb In the county that cot plied with the law at saId pi mar Just admit that my any other ii tho county fftli tn observe Knlllo jha law that vtli jp the V jvthp tat That fW the vote by the of sid pre et c Note General Statutes tec tion 1483 2nd which says lUcre inreg uiariiy on the part of oilizers of dee Ii in or their to observe same of the law will nut vitiate thin pull Vi i Ky ryt Com V Prawse 11 law Hep 273 1 1 writer this in oftho other ollicorS nud uiysolf hay that which ivo to be right And actinu with fairness to all tho that juatiie and toward each other cud may guide our ever action You will always find me in the for COMBS Dec 3 1900 Ky The now propose to adopt n rule in the Senate in order to jam tho fote and the ship steal Tile idea is that Senators will not tare to vote against these if they can once be to a vote Cloture has been many Umes always in vain is from numerous which the police seem power less to stop they advise citizens to shoot the robbers on sight the law the will lend the citizen his cnn to shoot with Mind ycu Mark the expects OU to keep uP to its level lfyou lionlt you wont be in 1004 even il we de cide to abolish the two term limit rule No one baa yet to dock the tall of an 3 he has a hard time Every thing that the mother can do to help her should do One or the greest S she cau give him is health but to do this she must have health her t self She should use means J to on She by aU means with 5 will take Tier the crisis and It is a which A giVcs I and igor to I Cbin tL toon sense will v you that thoi k the arc i which bear the j strain thil less pain there will be A woman liviUg in I n Ina says Friend did for me Praise God fore j S Read this from Hunch Cal y M Friend Js i all women who natures of l trfeftd at ttx store per bottle CO e S 6a d i Write tOf our tn Itoek tON Uble iQ J fJ F RiGESAfter careful consideration conclude name such low prices every item store that will cause people wonder has taken ealdcpur this the very beginning the Fall Season But figure doing tremendous volume business and the same time fe1haVbygivingiihty values that going make many new and lasting customers and increase the prestige this store for the future Y911Jm9 fe know everybody knows that always have given the best merchandise the market affords For the Fall stock I OMENS FkND BOYS CLOTHING FURNISHINGS HATS AND SHOES stronger and more original than ever before Of course the early buyers will get the cream selection and those who grasp the opportunity will show their good judgment VL VVV1 E WEST MAIN STREET RICHMOND KENTUCKY ii 7ijI F Iif 8treetrover5 PErIcIAT RcMOHflK better 75f 7171 TT EFFECT- IVENOVELTIES cxaninatlon assortment JEWELRY interesting instructive fashionable designs although YEAGER Dr Louis Landraa WEDNESDAY 1900 Wednesday physician mondy4V O fiOtid- Sfi AND Our prices Compel youVtradcvitli ougiv am ffiIDt fOj9mTq lClmlln mDID IIDJaj mi ladies biinnbb flcicfef seSnlior boticii1Sv41Li jflbest qhalkets world tthe goi1s4tfld when VthO1atesV titpthtte goods what spradjwiUV fl6i GIOfil SQJI circulated published newspapers jeally bnljeved precinct primary November illtgally holding rimaiy lection conformity onejtliat suetessfiil nndidatts candidates previous primary anythaid caiulidatq againstbecauo cbnscientTous- illy support samefor- 3h0 whatwe conceived candidate 1Wconspire rlosnchu o- ftJiiiiWjindItiiiiilcI4iavetIii to- baejno enacted proJrsionresufatfbns general provision primary proviso epecification insaidBlll primary votfhir precfiSllfallthavB envetojira precincKanj tbaword engraved precinct County opposite political tbSLLIL tiosAxaminetl tlierjtt receipts County l1leugites ta1preciuctsesl llllk1Now hjiyj Iqrria Republican veinber receiptto Oknii ftlwIlh fofjslx 5jthel1 elacftftp iioproviuion holding primary Hojrntneir5ili5jefi sealing mctialeoal furuishedany licouUt tlmotUeeiRconduct underplie tloniFaltenJatii accordauca tl1iroason iTclal precinct strictly precinct precinct directory iirovlsloil loe9M oTald precTncl tabulatifd ioperI1ii office pp returned omission directory provision Anderson Winfree longarliele vindication ingdpue believed candidates Hoping kindness trenches fighting Democracy ResptW Moberley Republicans clpttiru through Hay1auce abandonment subsidy brought however suggested beloroand Chicago suffering holdups Therefore aIjdaddVillat prohibits weaponsl1robally country prosperity highest nominated iityourthvorV prvposed automobile IiiJter He Comes enough expectant blessings improve berpbysicalcondl Iherself Mothers Friend through erfsily liniment strength the- muscles akhow stronger muscles PotWayue Mothers wonders yourlinimeut- II Mothers nblesslngto undergo i1ordcI11 tethers childbirth VRAbflEID EGIJL4TOX Atlanta 1t1uKte WJjHfi Pityand BaautyThe the world is the babyall dimples and joy The most pitiful thing is that same baby thin and in pain And the mother does not know that a little fat makes all the difference Dimples and joy have gone and left hollows and fear the fat that was comfort and color andcurveall but pity and loveis gone The little one gets no fat from her food There is some thing wrong itieither her food or foodmill She has had no fatfor wceks is living on what she had stored in that plump little body of hers and that is gone She is starving for fat it is death be quick Scotts Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil is the fat she can take it will save her Thegenuine has this picture on it take no other If you hue not tried it send for free sample its agreeable taste will surprise you SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409 Pearl St N Y SOn and StOO all druggists It is somewhat surprising to find sc many influential Republican Con rC8- i men declaring themselves in oppositio to the Ship subsidy steal as set forth it the pending bill The principal of thE scheme is bad enough but the bill al urged is a thousand times worse an amounts to nothing less tban robber of the Treasury J Tho Democratic policy in regard ti the army bill as set forth by Demo it crats now in Washington is to irar whatever the President asks in tli Philippine service but to add a pre vibiou that lyhen the need there is ove p the army is to cease and deterinini- J going back to its old status The Trrinsvaal mine owners decla that if they are taxed for war expense = they will close down until the tux = repealed This of course would crea f a cuovelnentaInctug the English stoat holders in favor of repeal A njce I ol fellows the British have bect fijh Ing for r TIle other nations of Europe may tag the crndepld fashioned waylot borro 5 ing money but France does the Inc by eimply sending Bernhacdt over I By hy2wbatas become AdUtrii tQ ava vanlsIid H491ti1SV tPperwlI tr i riti Controller Hawes linda that third e fifths all the directors of nations hank are heavily in debt to the banks with which are connected In othor worth most of the nationhl banks are run for the benefit of thrir directors Why should he government loin them money without interest to lend to thai uirctorPresidetiiMcKinley it is said wil express in his message to Congress his firm opposition to any partition of China but will be cniciul to refrain from a refusal to accept a sphere of in fluence there in case lie is reluctantly obliged to agree to the European powers growing wish for partition Iran Mm Fait Victims to stomach liver and kidney troubles as well as women and nil feel the results in loss of appetite poisons in the blood backache nervousness headache and tired listless rundown fueling But theres no need to feel like that Listen to J W Gardner Idaville Ind He says Electric Bit tons are just the thing for a man when he is all run down and dont cire whether he lives or dies It did more to give me new strength and good ap petite than anything I could take I can now tat anything and have a new lease on life Only 50 cents at Perry Thomas Drug Store Every bottle guaranteed 3 Nevertheless the tariff rates are not to be reduced even on articles whose import line altogether ceased and whose export has largely increased The only effect of the rates now is enable the manufacturers to charge higher prices at home than abro i l The ship yards of the United Sta os are crowded to their utmost capacity ami are working overtime andytt they cannot supply the demand for new ships Yet the ship builders are clamoring for government aid to save them from bankruptcy Red Hot Turn Tilt Gun Was the ball that hit G BSteadmat of Newark Mini in the Civil War It caused horriblo Ulcers that no treat went helped for CO years Titan Buck lens Arnica Salve cured him Cures Cuts Bruises Burns toils Feloiji Corns Skin Eruptions Best Pile cur on earth 25 cts a box Cure guaranteed Sold by Perry Thomas Drug gists 3 We confess that our judgment wen astray on the election but we ar nevertheless willinglo back it on thE Presidum message Well wager thaI it will have all the coruscating brillian cy that characterizes till average market report President McKinley willlt is said r urge that the HayPaineefole treaty hi ratified before the canal bill is adopted This may or may or may not bo alas elfort of the transcoiititiuntal radwa e combine prevent the construction D the canal The Chinese are going back to thei old stylo of arms because the new one didnt enable them to win n ainst th allies This is about as characteristic specimen of Oriental reasoning as th world has had for a longtime The latest thing on tIlti exchange J a corner on November corn engineere bya youegxiian uBm dPhlUJlLS fur it has iicceded alright It tskftg V a corkSciew fqr sow IMo h eswa thercourag IleclarIInlascendancy of the trust in American business Of court t we knew thi before but we didnt expect to have it admitted fo readily The gold Democrats assert that the old party leaders are with them Pos sibly Anyhow it is certain that at least a thousand of the rank and file of the party still adhere to thotr standard fWrotnry Lone asks for onlv some 87000000 for tIn navy this year He saved us about 2000000 on armor plate but that is no reason why he should take the entire Treasury surplus The Republicans should be proud of tho Senate they have c ated What with Quay and Addicks and Tanner it will be a most lovely placn to kerp outofSThe real cause of the delay in settling the Chinese matter is the doubt as to just how much squeezing that country Is able to stand The Goulds are business men but they couldnt run a Count with profIr Lets see whether Mr Zimtnermnn can do PO with a Duke OVUSKln We know of better than coughing to tear the lin ing of your throat andV lungs It is 2 better than wet feet to cause- bronchitis and- pneumonia Only keep it up and you will succeed in reducing your weight losing your appetite ringing on a slow fever and making every thIng exactly right for the germs consumption lI Better kill your cough before It kills you AYTS eloralA kills coughs of every j kind A 23 cent bottle f 1 is just right for an ordi tj nary cough for the I harder coughs of bron r chitis you will need a SO ceat bottle and for the coughs of consumption a the one dollar size is a most economical j f cosb minced ae to luner skeleton I tried many remedial but nil failed After te-S Cherry Pectoral I Immediately be I jjjAn to im roTB and three bUle- AJtored me to health Ibelter I a owa Bar life tollfliBAO F Mosoxw Oft 71803 Brovnlow T i 1 w r DURABLE The Acorn AirTight Heaters is truly a durable beauty We invite the public to call and examine our beautiful line now on display We also carry a complete stock of MOOL j Ranging in prices from 3 to 30 Dont fail to GutteringMrthe departmentWe r J Old r Hickory Wagon none better on the market In fact if you need anything in the Tinware Stoves Roofing or Furnishing line it will pay you to see JpTAYLOR BROS IMAIN ST RICHMOND KY I71 I7I F 7FI Ii Radient Home Heating Stoves 7f tt 7f Burns Soft Coal Eand less oder than anyother A I Give more Heat andwill keep fire longer than any other X Jfrc You only build one fire and it will not go out all winter ffi QiG0 p JI Wabandle the American WIre pence whkb II the tiongeit and cheep Yiir MltFeucemrlhunllrht WealrohanrlhCOOK STOVES HARD t tYR AND FARMING IMPLEMEN S ot all dessriptlons JI Call and see us and get the best goods at the best prices I NflULUV1Ar STREET RICHMOND KY J r- T1Ti jjT rr =u 0 1 Pt 40 S I 1 lie Richmond Climax tlclorAn ger THOS II PtCKBLS AnraeUte Editor WEDNESDAY DEC 121OO rUNH4bpII nNMUAYIIY Ths Climax Printing Co l UICK PER YEAR 15O DEMOCRATIC TICKET1 1011 OOtXTT JUOGIIV D ron CODSTT 1ATTORNEEtJ TEVI8 COBI1 FOR SHERIFF JOHN F WAGERS IOft JAILE1Ij JAMES C LAQKKY OK CLERK JESSE CODB FOR HEPHESKXTATIVE CHAS L SkXifeY IXJ gDPKHINTENDEST j w WAUEtStFOR AMBSOR- UEOBCJE NOLAND FOB SDBVETOIt 8 P ROCK TOn OLIFK SAMUELS ANNOUNCEMENTS sPvaTALUOTJCKONacandIdat oftheWe are authorized to announce A C CityAttornecratic party Breathe there a man with soul ao deadtWho never to himself hath said ThU la my own my native land These lines framed by the immortal fecit in a burstof patriotic fervor have drcended from generation to genera tion without challenge this sacrilege liaa remained lor a man of the house of Adams in the reign of William I Cradled in bosom of Wacofrom his earliest infancy nourished by the Sour- Wood in his tendereryearswith heart less ingratitude ho now rites up and reviles the vicinity Hint had the honorj of h is birth To what depths of in fany a man may sink at the touch of hollow gold For four dollars per tHem per day a la Debou this scribe of the wblskqy parrel proves a trajtor t his horn and flntide anti says no goo can cine out of Waco Out of his iWu mouth Iw run Idling Iiinwolf fur if t lif iliiiUith why nut prove hit words by his works and yield up bin KOMruuiei HtIU Foxtowu ton rcI dent thn lucalitj If Wait got the t ir IIIljoIL of theodicy in tho recent JVmHtatir primary it was not becaute tlr irst of the county dkl not want or flY fr ilirm hut owing solely to the Ion litadw of tlio Waco champions Wliireforemase to lament oh worthy advMate oi distribution on tho prpm inemv of till heath oftby natlvitv if wi tan stand it you can so shinny on y iir own side Tliu Dunipcrats of JIjiJisoii 0111 run their rmiuh without K publican advice and interference wliin wanted it will be called for In conclusion we deeire to commend tho modesty of tho young man of the Pantagraph by which wo are resolved he shall not buffer In Indexing the rcMRUs of Waco notables in a recent is flOP he forebore ill delicacy from tracing his own descent thereto so we will say for him Hint in illustrious luminance rnl meritorious prominence no Louse nail the Sour Woods for seeking and ilisiro fur push or nerve outloom the gentle appelative of Adams ArriioiRiATiox without liquidation has given many a man a home behind the tars but it is seldom wo hear of tho reverse getting anybody in trouble Such however is the cause of tho downfall of Postmaster Bosley of Paris CiFiBroinferiCo LEXINGTON KY Itc t This Way Frki Holiday Goodtj r Oflfe Our Christmas HSjfcpjsks are ready Beautiful New Line of E91 Pictures Frames Busts and OG Statuary JWll Lamps for CojjyjiCorners and Libraries Fancy Chairs Fancy Rockers Leather Goods Desk Dressing Tables f Oriental Rugs Jvf 1X LI Persian Carpets SEE OUR DiSPLAY ttolS THE HANDSOMEST IN THE SOUTH CI FHrower CoI MAIN AND BROADWAY LZXINGTOI K JtijIIt and his assistant Mr Slivers These gentlemen rest nnderlhe charga liquidating the cash drawer ol the wBourbonaflppropriatingthe credit UucI tronbled doubtlrwith meIllhiD ahiti worked i innhome to play your little came THE Monks of Malabar Francis Wilsons new comic opera isnt half as funny as sonic things For instance the nerveofreotnefolks is infinitely tuojst amusing The idea of a man indict edfor murderand peuiteiitlaried within the boundary lines ol State lopkingfor a government jobpA convict at Frankfort might just as- velseek to represent hits county in the Legislature Yet this just what Mr Taylor of Indiana is doing He put up a bid for the position of Commissioner of Ittivenue but fortunately for the country ho was not recognized by tho President Poor old Bill he has neither money nor friends and is far from tho head waters of Bitter Creek A fixed quantity peculiar to Indiana sOIl is Ir Taylor andtheon1y way for him o become transplanted is to get McKinley to have him smuggled out of the ofcountryof the South Sea where he can take a fresh StarBand grow up with the coun try RED pottage was what General Eagan the decayed beef commissary got outte of the army For dollars and cents heo ent many a Ioor soul into another world on an empty stomach and quietly pocketed the prlceofhis dinner withSpainloved America less but Eacan moresi was his principle and on this groundp the soldiers rations came out of ie end of the horn At the close of frGeneralsattract notice and on Investigation the- ca sl of his sudden rise to affluence became disclosed to the utter rnortiflcaw tioo and entire confusion of worthyt excommifsnry For a season went into voluntary exile but deeming his punlsiuient sulliciont he was last week recalled by President McKinley at who c hands he has since received rich clothing high pay and much honor awl profit or in other words put on the retired army list with full pay until a lihisappear that those good United states of ours are no place for honest niolih since only rascals thrive here give us fair play or give us strychnine 1JKDI 3I has apparently broken louse it is astonishing how many people are loosing their minds Insanity wil doubtless be the defence of Frank Brown Esq the Newport banker whose libilities so far exceeded his as sets that he was thereby compelled to change his address to parts unknown thtotithatpie at large these days A genius who has grand ideas and fancies he can execute them is mad jn a hero who like Chinese Gordon dies at his post like a man instead of running away to save his skin is mad11 all criminals of high flfriendsman who stays quietly at home and grows rich cheating his fellow citizens can hiy any claim to sanity in this enlightened epoch Truly rogues and thieves are laying in a rich harvest reaping what they have not sown ant when they come to pay the reckoning r their iniquity it developes that they have suddenly become mentally un balanced anti are not free moral agents Thus tiio gallows is cheated of mudiripe fruit justice is merely a expression and the courts are kept up just for the look of the thingwUNLKAVBK bread is a terse defi nition of the Presidents message Like Gaul it may be divided into threepalte First vast valleys of dullness j second Iy bogs of speculation and lastly dreary wastes of metaphysics So ex tended is its longitude that it maybe bounded on the North by Dan and Its Soutbernly limit is in uncommonly close proximity to Bersheba Verbosity is its chief characteristic beyond that it Is the same old thine It maybe that Mr McKinley thought it not com rneusuratewithi his dignity to compile a less fulsome document but his mes sage could easily have been condensed Into Jess than half tho space he occu pied and made much clearer and mona forcible thereby This is a and brevity In speech and expressiolB should be cultivated as a in other arts and sciences improve meats and innovations are being daily made by curtailing superfluous matter so lengthened repititions of ideas should bo as much relegated to the past as Fultons steam boator Caztons printing press Condension is the spirit of the age Telegraphy and rail roads have atnihhIatedspaco and time and so likewise should advanced thought diminish expression let us hope then that the messages transmit tel to Congress in the next century may be couched in this abreviated but expressive yervagular of the dispatch which immortalized Julius Caesar Tiifi Sorrdweof Katan are as nothing totM calamftiefF of 0om Paul Ho- calue unto his own and his own ra celvedhlmuot has Ueen the sadest story born ofany pen since tho days of the John Such a sorrowlias turnedtofgal and wormwood the life of President TCrugor since his official urn dow tiy Emperor William riix Qwn1iresidethero hioughiionerottsge his fatherland the fountain head of the distant South African Colony Hither ho traced his feeble steps coveted with defeat but notdiahouQrbut pliwno welcoming par eut was there to greet nor had the fat ted calf been killed This Kaiser whose narrow minded nature could not rise to heights of nobleness and whom policy confined in its heartless conven tional bonds forbade a display of sympathy refused to receive the Venerable refugee and publicly washed his bands of him Of what ehightjabrfc is the bond called friendship When the Transvaal blossomed as rose in the midst of thorny Africa and bloomed under tho very eye of Ihe Almighty it seemed into a groat growth of surpassing promise Em peror William thrilled with pride at the knowledge that its inhabitants were his people And their1 God his God messages of peace and good will did he send in those halcyon days to the sturdy burghers but now that rois fortunes hiavd 1conitm and clouda gath fired And bust upon their heads he says fdejMurt ironi tqe I never knew you Such perfidious conduct tends to weaken our faith in humanity and proves beyond the shadow of a doubt the exceltenca of that historkalvmaIn 4tothytrilst hl1FrIctL i 1 r To all careers liowecr atop There comes sometimes a sadden stop Gov Mount under whose protecting ing1 Fugitives Taylor and Finley have oss been nestling for many moons has a last run up against a man bis own size Since his ruling in this celebrated case this miniatureJeflries has become flated with selfesteem and imagines himself easily chief cock of the pit Like all bullies no had to be taught the lesson that he is not the whole push and this useful branch of education he is now studying underprofessorThomas the reigning Governor of Colorado Last week Lord Mount med requisition on Gov Thomas for the curtailing of ofth e liberties and the possession of the erson of one Oxmau who was wanted for some indiscretion committed on Hosier territory To lib surprise and undisguised amazement time Colorado Executive took the wind out of his sails by refusing to honor his request Tit for tat quotli the worthy Thomas now will you be good its a badrule that dont work both ways As Mounts digestion is not good it maybe some time before he this down b leutlow the golden rule TKUE as Gods eternal law is the rule t ishiabassuivived through storm and strife though sorely used and tried Yesterday in time preseuco of an immense concourse of the states eons anddaugh ss time bone and sinew and the beauty f our land a Democratic Governor Vas invested with the insignia of authoritv and amid unparelleled enthusiasm took t he oath of office which pledges hit miud heart v oicence time days when Liberty Bell ealed forth the death knoll of a tyrants swav and tho birth of national independence have chimes more aught with praise and thanksgivingM w inged their way to tuneful melody evoked by Frankforts ells at the conclusion of the ceremony hich restored to Kentucky herself es eem and fair lame of which during the reign of Bradley and Taylor she was sadly deprived A second Thanks giving day it was to all lawabiding citizens marking as it does an epoch in our history which closes the door of a recent disgraceful past anti opens a vista of radiant prosperity and hopeful future Aud now that the strife is past ke magnanimous focmen let us trust combatants will blot out their late bitterness and invective as thought it dadcomes Christian men and so work together for tho good of the Commonwealth that her future may be even mightier than her past RED blood and blue is being promis cuously spilled in China Awholsesale slaughter is the order of the day in the ancient confines of Confucius Accord to cablegrams eighty or ninety of the rebel leaders are daily expiating with eir lives the crime of having obeyed orders of their superiors in rank A nd the Allied Powers look on in glee uucyingtiietr wrongs are beingaveuged a Christian proceeding truly It hat ever been time lot of the rank and Ilk to suffer for the blunders of their chiefs The immortal Four Hundred on Balak lavas storied field plunged into a lurid ame of death and glory in obedience to orders Major Andre the noblest Briton in the whole continental strug gle met a fate which plunged oven its executors in gloom because he gallantly attempted to discharge his devoir to a country he loved and Nathan Hale the most glorious martyr of the nevolu jolt met a pitiable end because or doled to act as a spy The same analogy is applicable to the prosent situation in the realm of thoCelestials The recent insurrection against the Christians was planned and incited by the Dowager and others high in authority ho are much more culpable than the ignorant uneducated natives who won merely their tools and a menus to achieve their ends Like merit pun- Ishment should bo awarded to whom i atmanded of the instigators of tho uprising titled though they be The powers should not lower themselves by taking vengeance on the humbler ant less guilty element who like sheep are being driven to the slaughter but should seek some bettor timing DEATHS CHAMP Walter Champ tho well known editor of time Bourbon sews died suddenly on Satuidny last of heart failure at Paris Mr Champ was one of the brightest and best known newspaper men in the State Tin CLIMAX extends sympathyoTOOSIEY Mrs a highs ly respectly widow of this city was suddenly stricken with heart disease Saturday arid expired before medical aid could be obtained Deceased was 60 years of years and the mother ii rjuiimeher tothe grave She lenqestwo grandchildren William and Eva Toomey to mourn her loss OLDHAJI A sad removal from earth to heaven was that of little Dawson Oldliam the two weeks infant of Mr nIl Mrs W S Oldham who after lingering several days was called to God last Wednesday The child live long enough to become an object of worship to its fond parents and Fad indeeil now are their hearts and the hearts of their loving friends In such inconsolable sorrows words of con dolcnce are of little value God alone cart heal such wounds In Him trust GKADV Mrs Mary II Grady the esteemed mother of Messrs Patrick and Thomas Grady and Mrs J M Riffe met with a sad accident last Tuesday night which resulted in in stant death While leaning out ofn second story window in the residence of her soninlaw Mr Riffe she lost Itothevices were conducted at St Marks church Thursday after which ber re mains were taken to Lexington for burial Mrs Grady was in her sixty eighths yepr and a highly respected Godfearing woman BLACK Nothing in life ie sadder than the spectacle of a young man cut down in his prime just when life seems brightest nnd best Such a sorrow we have to chronicle in mentioning liiu death of MrS R Bt Black which oc cnrred Monday afternoon Time grieIs which come quickest are the hardost to bear and so stunned are Mr Blacks iriendd by tim udderi work of the grim reaper that it takes an effort to believe that genial kindly Sam Black is dead He had been illonly a few days but rapidly succumbed to the dread ravages of typhoid fever Deceased was n prom inent young attorney of ability and promise a son of Mr andAIrfiSam Black of dHollse suit a nephew of Hon J Black of Bafbourville Ho was buried yesterday with 3asoi honors f Good Beginnings Make Good Endiigssu You ate making A good beaming when you commence to lake Hoods SarsapzrSLi for any trouble of your flood stomach kidneys or VCr Pcrsisietdly taken this great medicine will bring you the good end ing of perfect health strength and trigor ooifJSaMn af j1IEfEffliJJIJ PERSONAL chMiiiMiss Mary fribble Mrs George Corzelius has returned from a visit to LouisvilleasMiss Bethenii McCord left Monday fo Stanford timDrGlyndon Wednesday time 12th tiMrsarn is slightly indisposedth Mr L F Moberley of Fayetto county visited relaties hero last veel Rev R J hunter of North Carolina visiting Mr Frank Walker Miss Nancy Royce is at home from a visit to Winchester and Lexington Mr J W Zaring spent Sunday in Carlisle with his grand daughter Miss Katherine Blanton is the guest oi Mrs Hal Grimes of Harrodsbnrg- 3Ir and Mrs D Bates Shackelfqrd attended the Inaugural Ball flight Mr Wm Spears a popular C U boy f last year is tile guest of relatives eretMessrs Horace Redmon and Duncan Taylor 01 Parishspent Sunday in our city tirsYork 1 Mrs W K Denny has returned from a visit to Mrs McFerran Crow at Versailles Mrs W W Wilkerson and daughter have returned toLexington aftera visit to Mrs J C Lackey Gov and Mrs James B McCreary attended the Inauguration and Ball at Frankfort Tuesday UIbofriends here last week Miss Florence Chenanll spent several ays last week with Mrs Charles E Smith in Lexington Misses Berate Turley and Minnie Dunn have returned from a visit to Miss Bessie Elkin of LouisvilleCMr Allen Zariug was present at the banquet of the Kentucky Millers Association in Lexington last weekaMissos Lillian and Ethel Watts of Ubilesburg are the popular aud charm ng guests of Miss lit Chcnault Among last weeks visitors to Lex ingtod wero Misses Kate Walker Susan Hume Mary Little and Julia HIggins Mr Frank Walker is in Louisville where he officiated as best man at time wedding of Rev R J Hunter and Miss Gaines Monday nightsMiss Carlisle Chonault attended tho Inaugural nail at Frankfort Tuesday night and will spend several days there asthe guest of her brother Hon John B Chenault Messrs Charles Chenault and Cruse Rnshand Miss Kate Rash of Winchester formed a pleasant house party at Miss Bethenia McCords from Friday until Monday Miss Louise Taylor of Bowling Green who has several times been the popular guest of Miss Susan Hume has been chosen to represent the Bowling Green Commandery of Knight Templars at the Louisville Conclave The Whist Club was delightfully en tained Friday afternoon by Mrs Edwin Rngg neo Miss Ethel Terrell at her home in time West End Time prize was won by Miss Mary Letcher Toothsome nd dainty refreshments were served and lent to the pleasure of tlmoccasion Mrs John B Chenault has arrived f T jheyMrs Conrtland Chenault for the wi- nterMiss Marion Burnam of Rich mond has been the guest of Miss Jane Watson Frankfort cor Lexington Herald Mr Winn Martin of Lexington who is a nephew of Dr L J Frazeo and wellknown here has been elected Captain of the State College football team for time season of 1901 Mr Martin has played left end for the Lexington eaui for the past four years and is ono time best known players in Kentucky Miss Carlisle Chenault gave a dinner party last Saturday to Miss Louise Jacobs of Colorado Those present were Misses Louise Jacobs Susan Hume Martha Smiths Kit Chenault and the Misses Watts of Chilesburg and Messrsjames Neale Alex Denny L B Herrington A N Eastman W C McCord Hardiu Stuart and Mr Glenn Time following invitation has been 0widelylovely and accomplished daughter of Dr J V Logan of Central University and a most estimable young woman Mr Sanderson is a native of Missis sippi transplanted to Kentucky soil Fpr a number of years a student then a professor at C U he has won tile esteem of all by his marked ability and gentlemanly deportment He is now principal of the Central University branch school at Middlesborough whet he and his bride will make their homo Dr J V Logan requests the honour otyocr presence at the marriage oi his daughter i Miry Hcllrajer to Mr S ma U Sanderson on Tbursdsy pcccmber the twentieth nineteen hundreddat half past First Presbyterian Chnrcb Richmond Kentucky RELIGIOUS Itev Ashford B Beeves will conduct services at the Methodist church next Sunday morning Rev Chas G Crooks is temporarially preaching at the Presbyterian church until a pastor can be selected Rev Chas Logan of Jackson will preach at the First Presbyterian church next Sunday morning at 1 oclock Roy F 0 Pannon pastor of the First Christian Church of St Louis will occupy Rev Lloyds pulpit Sunday lit r Fannou is said to be a most able and eloquent divine and we urge all who can to bear him MARRIED 0BossoxTEuaILtMjss Ruth Terrill of this county was united inmarriago to Kr J B Rosson of Glarksville Tem Jaflt Saturday at the Lonbvilto U teof IouIsvillo OnlY B few friends and relatives wore present JlisslTerill is the daughter of Mr D SI TerUil arid a lovable young lady megroonl is n well known young far er After a bridal tour through the So oluthheBIRThS ALLEX On December to the wife of John M Allrn no Birdie Zar- g of this place a daushter Martha Jane nixhi tfio wife of Jfr Clark Rice near Speedwell on Saturday night last an eight pound daughter This is time only grand daughter out of eleven ildren of the Rice family Ijewaro of Ointment for Catarrh Tbat Contains Mercury murcnry will surely destory time sense of smell and completely derange the whole HjKtein when entering ii through e mucous surfaces Such articles ould never bo used except on prescriptions from reputable physicians ns damage they will do ia ten fold to e good you CaD possibly derive from Halls Catarrh Cure mannfact ured by F J Cheney Co Toledo 0 contains no mercury nut is taken in ternallyaeling directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system In buying Halls Catarrh Cure be sure you set time genuine It is taken internally and made in Toledo Sold by drntrgist price Too bestIHalls Family Pills are the Through Sleeping Car Service Louisville to Jacksonville Via Southern Railway Leaves Louisville 745 al11 daily Lexington 1050 am Arrives at Chattanooga 550 p m Jacksonville 830 a m Equally as good schedule return ing l Also train leaving Louisville 745 p m has tbrou connections and sleep ing car service arriving Jacksonville 10 p m next evening Southern Railway in connection with Queen and Crescent Route is the only line with 24hour schedule between Louisville ant Jacksonville Superior connections at Jacksonville for all points in South Florida Winter tourist tickets now on sale to principal resorts of Florida and the Southern States also to Havana Nuts sau and Porto Rico via Southern Rail wayInformatlou2Z0 Fourth avcnneLou isvllle A WUKDOX pass agt WYA TUKK War II TAYLOE Gen Pass Agt AGJ A Washington D C Louisville Ky- 2uov2mn IB33A Happy Beunion1900I Last Friday Jlr James W Smith gae a big dinner in honor of his uncle Mr Win Smith of FayetTo Howard Mo These old friends of the latter and companions of his boyhood days wore at the table Messrs Peter u1 Samuel Phelps Calvin and Over ton Uurgin Samuel Shearer William Bennett W K Denny A T Chenault and Major Curtis F Burnain Of the repast it is superfluous to speak Mrs Smith the lovely hostess lied prepared ortime enjoyment of time guests every delicacy to tempt their appetites and though the guest of honor is a loyal citizen of the Sucker State there was no Missouri compromise everything being Kentuckian even down to- Ot Kentucky ham that has no rival among the beasts of the field or time birds of the air Time biggest and most dignified gobbler on Stony Hun hap been slain in honor of this feast added to which was sauce from time gregarious cranberry as red as claret which tinted with delicate richness the complexion of time succulent celery rime sportive oyster was there in soup andshell leaping from aged tongues into still youthful stomachs to die there in ecstatic Miss All things else from a wellfilled larder sundry toothsome dishes and divers condiments made a feast that was fit for the gods All the guests lied andIsome gone but they knew it not that day for time had turned backward for once on his way and made them all boys igain just for that day The whole house was given over to their enjoyment and it rang with the unrestrained laughter oi the delighted asembly as joke sifter oke yarn after yarn had been spun loud hahas and hurrahs It was a glorious reunion and will dwell long aud pleasantly in time memories of all A brief mention of the guest in whose honor the occasion was 2aythis county which lie left in 1854 and has not visited since ISSos- Vm Smith was born in 1833 on what is now called time Billy McCord place Ho is the third child of James and Nancy Howard Smith deceased the latter a sister of Benjamin Howard alljold Kentucky pioneer stock James Smith was a brother of John Smith of this county father of Mrs Dawson Oldham anti Mrs David A Chenault- all deceased Mr Smiths grandfather James Smith cause in 1790 from Ire laud and settled and with his wife lies buriedon the old David Chenault place on the ridge between the latters house and John Smiths Mr Smith has lost a brother the late Presley Smith and a sister Mrs Mary Jerinan Himself and four younger brothers Jason W Thomas Solon and Benjamin all resido near each other in Missouri An only sister the youngest child Mrs Win 1C Denny lives in this cityIMr Smith tells an interesting story of his removal to Missouri It was in the year of th Greath Drouth 1854 and lie rode horse back to St Louis fording every stream except tho Missis sippi He went via Lexington Frank fort Louisville rene Haute Ind and St Louis occupying 15 days on tho journey In Missouri he was married to MIss Maria Louisa Robinson whoso mother was a Miss Sebree Woodford county Ky her father being a South Carolinian They have ono snit and five daughters one of whom is Mrs McFer ranCrowe ot Versailles who attended schooLin Richmond A bright saying of Dr ansLMrs Crowes little Elizabeth was recalled by Mr Smith Grand pa wlcrnwas God during the Galves ton storm God was in heaven my child he replied He was she asked In surprise well He ought to have been in Galveston A year ago a brother Mr Solon Smith visited Richmond and impressed himself most delightfully on alibis old friends and tho writer recalling the sterling character of his Democracy ventured to ask his brother if he too were a Democrat Whereupon Mr Smith answered by narrating this story My wifes uncle a Mr Sebrse went away out West and met a man of the same name and naturally they wished 08Sblorhocestral history aked these three feat questions First are you a Democrat yeshc replied Second are jotl a Baptist I am was time re spouse Lastly are you poor I c rtaluly am was time reply Well said tho wild Westeraor we are Jin folks so come in and lIaraU winterl Excepting Hint TainR and not a Baptist said Mr Smith I am of the same household as my brothers political and otherwise After a few Jays sojourn among his d friends hereabouts Mr Smith will return to Howard county and we trust soon return or send another mem r of the familr that is so well re membered here in the place of their nativity The Old Kentucky Home H+ + + + + FOR I CHRISTMASss PRESENTS i sW 1 Our antI varied stock of fiMens Womens and Childrens SHOES iI la Presents opportunities for Christ gi g maR giv lU which hear the old saying Useful as well as orna 5j mental g familyfirst g efseiloff yo- uFreeman BrosgMain Street opp House i o L NI J rY CAN YOU EAT Your Christmas 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 fillj those that need it or supply COMPLETE SETS OF TEETH highgradehigh THE FINEST ALLOY FILLS 75 CTS Ill llODSON Dentist Richmond Ky GovemmentBldltinflee open all umightSOUTFifiRN 4r IItULWIlYi IU KENTUCKY Condensed SchtfoU la Effect titj 10 1900 ZASTDOUSD No L No 5 No3 143pumAr945pmArAr Lexington iai5am 715pm lasopm WESTBOUND No1 No 2 N5lSamArAr Larencebgamani 5Supm 53am 530amArxaTtiorsuwx8TDoUo ii4-wpm 745am Lv Loulsvll Ar 740pm 1040am 625pm laooam Lv 630pm 810am 715pm ia43om ArHarodsbeLvl 440pm 73am730pm iaS5am Ar IJurgth Lv 4SOpm 710am KASTBOUKD WBSTBOCND No IitNoC7 STATIONS INo 16HNoC3 740pmBtSSpm147pm IttSSam IT Versllea JVr 750am B02pm riopm ILlOam Ar Midway Lv 7IOam 340pm 74Opm ILSOam Ar Georgia Lv 700am 310pm EASTBODND VfESTBOHBD Woo L tNo 5 STATIONS tNo 6 ItNo i745am 400pm Lr LouliTll A r 10i40am 740pm 10Sani 650pm Lr VenUes Ar 750am SCCpm llCam 735pm ArNlchlvlll Ar e8am 405pm i 31upmL05pmlSTATIONS No No 1 iSmAi5030prn 74pll1 745amAr515amArLv Chattanooga anopm 625am 1150amArAr Jacksonville 830amiaoOpm 645amAr930pmArNo tthrough steeping car Loulsvrtto to ISIs ttlncham via Lexington and chattanooga No free observation chairear Louisville to Lexington teLOUISTi1IC Loutsv1IJoIaAll trains between Loutsvill Lexington and Durgn daily- Between Versailles and Georgetown Nos II and dally NosC7and63dallycxceptSunday Between Versailles Nleholasvllle Richmond and Irvine dally except Sunday tDally except Sunday Other trains datlyI FSOANNOX3J VP4OM J M CULP T M Voshlngton nc Washington DC WATrsucGP WsJLTATwLLOPA- Wiahtnnton Do C Louisville KrI TM 2 01 TI1 AG PWv reameryButIvgreat easier with this Separator It does away with expensive machinery and Squires no power or fuel to run iL So farmer Mlth two nr more cows eatl iffordto be ivlthont o e Manufactured in three riiw H ssan- prlees48tO 1eo andLW each Zlfrrral dlteeunt to AftttH JLftHto wt6i it eiwry y Write at w Ed S Cushman ciMTxaThzzz u4 iij 1 o OUR FALL STOCK O Whichwe do not hesitate to say is an attractive one is now ready for your inspection Its full of good things more to followand it will be a pleasure to have you look them over DONT BUY UNLESS YOU WANT II EH We believe you will want want them too when you realize the real good value to be had for such small prices Come and see them for they were selected with a view to please you I Comfort Calicoes Some of the prettiest designs the market affordsto be had here at Sets 6 J4cts buys the best quality in town Our Line of 25c Hosier Is one of the best to be foundthey are warm wellknit and durable I I These Chilly Days I IICor Main First St WALL eg PAPER ft flWe Jdesire to inform thepnb J buyJA of beautifying your homes eeIJj JJ Decorative ItJ Designs JfFor tho person of 1001 as weJ 1 will carry a more complete wi and larger stock in this line 9 than has ever been shown in the city of Richmond before wearehuyingdirectfrounD United States this season we will be able to show yon more j pretty than ever before and for lessMONEY Than you can buy same goods elsewhere in Kentucky and hungypossible We ask you to call at out streetjI and yonr wants Our aim Is to please our patrons and by so doing we feel anurred of patronageIare Yours BeapL- t PERRY THOMAS JIb Wall Paper Co W L LSKDS Painter and Decorator HJantf PHONE 75 125 8 1aiMorris Chairs 1twcKers a Roman 4Sf a nairs- Pedestals a- dt a dBcds Couches I Underskirts tilit deepflounceand mories effects are bargains at 98cts Some Valuable Suggestions for Fall Dress are to be found here Can you do better I than JOO allwool camels hair serges IJart I IforI rr designs OWEN MCKEE 7I 7I7f7f7I1I Radient Home Heating Stoves the is the andon the orand See us and get the best at the best 1 w w w w w w w w w w w w w w w w w w w w w 1 or i i I as as could and a td tw tat a See our has a stock of the I W 1 P Off I I Coal 7fand less oder j oJ II E Give more Heat and will keep fire I any h f i aW ifIonly build fire and it IiIIIon g out all Q r AUNancoEoeTn rATYnRU IWe handle market AmericAn Wire Fence which ItronlCot cheap HARD Call AND FARMING IMPLEMENSS aU desariptions tgoods prices 7WIIk1TAM7flfl UAUW i MPANY MAIN STRFiET RICHMOND Ky 71 F71 717f71 7 7 I w THE CLIMAX At e s Q L O LOOK READ Since our advent into business it his been our effort to bring toour all ChairstIRockers FURNITURE 1 reasonable prices be elsewhere obtained comparison fIbe found our store also large offeredFurniture HOLIDA YJ iIndjanStoolsPicture Department net been overlooked complete AskforPLATINSPRINTSCourteous treatmentassuredall UB LIDE U Burns Soft than anyother f longer than You Olblb Rat Pnihg with ALL TB ADING DAILI constant patrons articles supply I I 1 I I under of Mr Br JU nx RichmondKentucky others57 go O Mouldings Frames rrctures IHall 0J- ardinere Stancis Ladfes Desks SII Ss4ATAKING specialty Airwtioif Milnt UNDER M I 8 JOPL1N mmI mmn TL 1= 0 rtJir L bV 7W c I IPriF1tShoVst1 =7 r The RichmondClimax WEDNESDAYS DEC 12io 1000 NEW tT F Hp I i Q bSto ItJ We have received a nice line of fresh evaporated Fruits such as Prunes Peaches Apricots Apples etc We also have a nice lineof Currents raisins and other ingredients for cakes We are prepared to furnish anything in the grocery line at r Prices to Suit ++t++++++ +Always call when fresh pure groceries are wanted on EDEATHERAGECO Headquarters Shipstuff Hay and Oats Holiday presents for Uio most fastidious at EC Wines drug store 12de 2t Five room cottnuo for rent price 10 per month Apply to lu G W EVANS auglBtf Get your tickets for the recital Ingomar the ftaiburian at Ferry ThomaspHear the recital by Professor True blood at the Masonic Temple next Monday nigh- tIatnraiproduct water mill flour and meal at R A Baxters grocery on SecoudStreet nngltf For the cheapest and nobblest gifts for Christmas now on display at E C Wines drug storo I2dec2t Natural not tin white JlS patent flour Is much better for health For sale at R A Baxter on Second street augltf Cousin P B Broaddus has moved his family to the Fount Rico Farm on the Big Hill pike which he has leased for next year When yon want cut flowers or floral designs see Joe Schufhausen at Middeltons drug store agent for Keller the exlngton florist d52t Rough red skin mado soft white and velvety with one application of Cupids Secret Price 25 cents For sale by E C WINES 14nov8w The effect of Cupids Secret IS im mediate One application makes the hands and face soft and velvety Price 25 cents For sale by E 0 WINES 14nov8w See localads In this issue of E C Wines for Holiday presents for old and young Toys books medallion i and everything that the heart could possibly desire Ho hat a national redutation as a teacher and a reader We mean Pro fessor Trijeblooi of the department of elocution and oratory of the University of Michigan Ingomar the Barbarian is a charming modern drama Professor True blood is an artist of exceptional ability The combination will beoue of the choicest entertainments over offered Richmond The largest line of Christmas coods every displayed in Richmond can be found at K C Wines drug slt reI12Joc2t Human nature Is very dilatory People still put things off to tHe InSt moment The tax penally went Into tUreerdayspaul to tilierill Colyer The pupils of Miss Leila Harris school at Kavanaugh will give an en tertainment at the Court house on the night of Decembec 18 Proceeds to go to a Christmas tree to he given the children of Mies Harris sehooj Dont fail to rail on 1 P Armer br Christ mas presents He has the largest stock of Jl2wely- DiaruontlsOloc1cR Watches and Noveltie ever brought to town andat reasonable prices No goods marked higher than any other time of the Tear 12dcc2t Avenue SEE THAT Trili IS BRANDED OH EVERY KIM Eumd Cell double sole extension hand V Dont the display of Holidaygox1a Wfnes drusr 12docW Wixidow G1ass1 allsizs lowest prices + P4 4 Geo M Wilgiiigbl- rneinber llrfessor TrueldOf the accessories of thWIthnqo trtir ful bdhdldarnaIngojn I fgatiSII Attention Teacherso j i thatlieisCallFor Beat Tim Boon proporty hented oiivtlie corner of Main and Third trettlorr- eut Appl j to iSnovlin UUKJCilcCAXX Declamatory Ponlcst lorjlolllstthe of JLtuulurky University Lexington Mr J W 1arKer of Car lisle will represent C U DO YOU WANT To sell your RBALESTATE TIMBBfe or Cp Ii STOCK iOK GOODS JJtO anjkindthe particulars as I inayibe abieo help you Address JM N Lick Box 475 CharlestoJ1iW Vtaj 12decly Madison t rslAt the sale of short cattleipf nthlanaastrllesllay Dhtctiess lOtli of Plalnview for S110 and Lady Bates 2nd for 190 M F Ar buckle purchased Itpan DuTchcEs 4lb of Plainview for 110 and Harry Allen gave StlO for Roan Dutchess Olhof Plainview f YOUNG MAN for 1050 you bvy one of those fine Ideal Headsin watercolors in 24 karst gold plated frames Give one to your best girl andwhat she will say about you will be 4a plenty and all will be entirely satisfactory Geo MWi1Iing Tom Wells Goes on The Road Mr Thos M Wells has accepted a position as traveling salesman for tho firm 01 W G Berrott Co wholesale saddle and harness dealers of Louis ville Mr Wells is ably qualified to hold down such a job havinir had an extensive practical experience In this line He will doubtless become a valued employee of his house His territory will be Kentucky Mrs Parrish Sworn In by Ihe Appellate Court Last Wednesday Mrs Florida II Parrish of this city took the attorneys oath before the Court of Appeals licencing her to practice law in the various counties of the State Mrs Parrish was admitted to the Richmond bar somo three years ago and since then has made an enviable record Her practice will now doubtless become snore extended and vridensp read Cattle News Jivp hundred and five export cattle wore shipped f 9 nthiJ point Saturday They were bou htbrvehla d were the projHjrlvof mill of George andbaiir PlmllsIJhtf price paid was fivn cent JOt Bales lionght last woek from J C Jnhlwell of Danville 445 fancy me pirtcitie at 5 runts alt o from Charles P Ieijl tIII11H place CS hi ul nt winic price ThH pnrrliasei will aggregate cIiuttlOtO t See our new Medallions they arc different from those sold by jobing houses They are conic Platino Paints aria others in new bright natural colorings Geo M Willging Final Echoes From the Oval f iKB InaIplrit of fair play an3 sportsman mec6University last week through the columns of the CourierJournal ohM eiigcd tIotan of the Jjdiiavlllo Y Jf OAto ft decisive contiBt to settle chnmpionshpko wejlrilerpretttheir5jence into acquies cence in our claims Before for Ofjs giSonipnrJieroeR eletile Mr Capl1inforqUaae back frr iwo years on the Varsity and ha ever been one of its m yinii eplrlts He is fully entitled by lesson of his services to the honor accorded Jiim Ainjority ot this years aggregation are expected to return next season and will battle for victory njnd ot U GpniusTjcognlzes nothing but genius t t4There are few Women who do not know some A11 tthing of the Phenomenal Popularity of the c 4i y 4 t rroWOMEN-v1 mMsH FAD 1t f MltbteWomens Shoes ide lalbilpedllkleDlen aTO now tbe thing ant there II innch comfort common sense andservice n them They also look uptO4t9 hve IIIa olo11n te JJ Fifth 4 SHOE weJt- t1owheel b I chapel disbanding 0 H ay er rrli t PerfectFIttin fA lfl1ixJ tri pi riceis fiJw ys yV Q 11 II3uo 4 S Rice tArnold Sole Ajgents 8xlQPllatislum Picture black mbuldingi f framed com plete 45c and 50c subjects io iViiIlglng 4TIi 0rSR any order for you at the jewelrylino cataloguelug you expense of Re4itc4itIyjau3lyrq ARMER PJdhanuBxplhers Buy Another Slore Messrs William Charles and Ab Oldhatn havonp superiors in the line of progress Thuyiai ready own lead jag dry goods stores in Richmond Georgetown and Mt Stering and to loirtipuJC HaniUtpnof yytliiana or which they will take charge Fet I Ve coin mend t spirit pf tiil rprltc and are prounil that its promoters aio Madison men illares luc yfcutlemen Eks to Open ClubRooms TboIielio1id bnlgui l1ki hiss leased the entire upper floor of the McCreary and Tevis building on the corner of Second and lrvliie streets formerly occupied by the old Madison PatitagraphPOSMijOfl uwaythe roomsItilings by halves and expect to have the handsomest rooms of any Lodge in tho State outside of Louisville Masonic ClubuRooms TLeMasonSlirtvoaboutlinislied fur nisliing nrnl otjnamcnting their clubrooms and now have doubtless the handsomest and most completely equipped social parlors in the state MhtqheI1tformerly Jr have been converted into a vents ble bowerof beauty jin elegant Mo quet carpet covers the spacious floors Turkish rnca lend to them an added charm and the solid oak furniture and mantel and tiled hearths tempts one to beguile away the hours in the luxury of these surroundings Culling Affray am JLa4rtImniersqn ofJohn Lucas of Berea was seriously stabbed by Anse Harris Friday at iiqonrTho trouble began in Harris saloon on First strefltjiyjieni Lucaswbojs a bitter Re agaInstDemocratic ordered Lucas out of his house but later mothifn in If rout of Cobbs barber shop wheroupon Lucas renewed the fracas and mado a move as though to draw u gun whereupon Harris drew a spring back knifo and stabbed Lycas tightJunSl1eHarrfs under arrest but he was soon released under 000 bond furnished by Col rr Stone Walker See pOi solid brass 24 karat god plated Frames Guaranteed hot to tarnish Somewhat expensive but 4ele gant Geo M Willging Miss Iliggins Chosen 4it8zegu1ar meeting last Tuesday evening BichinontI Commandery No 19Knigla Templars went into secret ballot to qlect a sponsor tb represent the local order at its national conven tion to I3e held next year in Louisville Every Commandery in the State is en titled to the same liberty and must of tho sponsors have already boen selected The appointment is quite an honor as tho young ladles selected are to form a bevJof beauty for the beholding and admiration of the guests from dar who haveheard of but never viewed Ken tuckys choicist product A number of proposedforKnights but the ballot resulted in favor of Miss Julia Higgins the hand HiSJlfsthoMiss Higsins fiirtiiopiaco with characteristic grace and ease and no better choice could have been made Richmond will be most fittingly represented PandenniaI Club t 4 FytoeThursday evening and that hedid1so royally will be abundantly testijjeji by overy member and incest present At vyn oIock the Jbalhcrclatosaround aftJnrJlr1Plee iith VII ls p l9talj le pamnii edpalatii rn epicUte s Alter thorough y salisfving the inward roan an ad jtoyjCrearyof0o W5dethtiIat OluUVjravaunas fife subject for the evening Sbcjuld dueling be under the ban of the law Was discussed pro auIcon DC A WilkesSnilth Jed tUb dlscisiourtld all the members expressed their opinions rOtitaLlelmwitji Mr O E Wiis Tho members HIIrof Central University Drs Smith Dunn and aught and Attys l Mober tley Crooki Jloberls The guiaot tIle lullfontnpJckelsIarose Chambers cylprfid whp8pmo buggytromyears in ihclJenitenliaryj1 JJfio grand jury refused to indite Ifan rite Bennett of tailor Jpr the cmurder otfier lover Ilomuliis IhihhlOnt which attracted eomo attention some months iccl 1 v o1lhe noted Lowfy case was for the Third time tried byluoAiHson Circuit jCourt last Veducsdaflu die tvro theroscaffoldthE defeuseiioun of Lexlngtqrr innde6tronj argu jncnts while the p osocraloii was con duced by Commonwcwiiq Attorney Orilther and MrW D f mllh After I dolibcratiag one miiiit tlife jtirbmught forward a verdict rrentcrlChf Lowry tc twenty years cotfflnemtiitJn thepeni tentiary On the flrst tall tsjjr6tood for hanging four for t ears and two for ten years iriirlflsonment but thft abOy iinontjonedj pnclusioi was finally reactied 1tifeiiarlibi corn ofsnre ntIJ niffr ne tho prisoner JieartltjlejiQnte coJ read cone tafriing his doom HeayoR ijolpstloevho ieln theta selves only to what belongs to them Fernininatt yisiiockoinvhtch Mwculine irtWiaite IjHietv wrecked r rUT S IIJAND rL RAL DBSIGHS Orders for flowei should be en 1Ij atandlngi 3bs BELL The Florist JtLEXINGTON KY 1HENRY L PEBRYAgt JBells Flowers go Everywhere m Grr Ingomar The Barbarian Editor of Cl mot DEAU Sntllen allow me space in the next issue of your paper to say a few words concerning Professor Thomas C Trneblood and t be entertainment he will give in the Masonic Temple Mon day next I have known Professor Trueblood for several years and know him to ben man oi marked ability as an entertainer IJiavo heard him glvo several recitals including evenings of Shakespearean readings Ho is certainly an artist of exceptional ability About two months ago I heard him render the drama that lie will give here In g inaill Barbarian It Is a charming production and when given by such an impersonator emphatically a most enjoyable entertainment It is more than mere entertainment it is a rare literary treat I have no hesi tancy In saying that it will probably be sometime before Richmond will again be favored wjth so delightful a recital Yours Very Truly J Q ADAMS Teacher of Law and Elocution Cen tral University To The Climax In a short editorial in your paper of aisle date you spoke cheerfully if not boastfully of tho report of tho popula thou of Madison county as shown by the census to be 25607 inhabitants In my opinion there are in Madison county 30000 inhabitants There were cast at the late Presiden tiM election more than 1100 votes There must have been 200 adult males in the county whose votes were not recorded to be accounted for by sickness absence from the county fail ure to register and nnnaturalized Adding these sums the voting popu lation of the county would be at least 300 If then there be only 25607 in habitants in the county there would be one voter of the age of 21 years out of every four a prppoition in the high est digreesirnprobable The usual and generally accredited proponion is one tofivtJand by this proportion the comity would have 31500 people resid ing in itsborders I have now before me the election re turns from other counties but feel quite sure their proportion suggested of one to five wijl be found a closer approxi mation to the true results The growth from the census of 1890 to 1100 inMadison shows an increase of something like 1100 Now the birth rate has largely been in excess of tho death rate during that period and by immigration into the county of Madison from other counties and States the reported increase would be easily accounted for Tho towns and villages in Madison have certainly grown whatever may be said of Richmond Berea must have a population of 800 to 1000 This paper is not intended to be a reflection on the worthy gentlemen who were enumerators in this last census They did the best they could no doubt but all ench enumerations must be neces sarily imperfect B Cecillan Club Noles Years ago very littlo was said or heard ot the orchestra or orchestral conductors The great sinners were the le dcrsof lame in the musical world Hut in recent years the man Kvlio7titand3 with his back to theau djeiice speadingnn mute tonesto the fiftyjor sixty men as the case maybe unUer his direction has attained to an all 08t equal rank to that so long championed by a Patti or a Nilsson To these interpretors of good music wlio holdj urJ torus a standard who in spire u greater effort toward the highest ideals in tho art life to these energyjmtercised in the culture of the latter half of this closing century No study in all the rangeof musical subjects is more iuteresting to a student or a lover of runiushvtban that of the orchestra Trnetwe are assured that there never has been and is not at present a per fect a complete orchestra But we should not regret leaving Mozart and Haydn and later on Weser Wagner and lierlioz for today we are nearer perfection than ever before Each succeeding composer sees tome imper fection not noticed before orreeoguizes sonic lack of strength which has been overlooked by his predecessors or per Imps introduces U new instrument un heard of before Ms time Vo fully realize to appreciato an or chestra in all its strength and beauty we must know the instruments throuJhlyta ell single or in combina tion tho thingsthe woodmind the brass Ac nod how eagerly would we interview our interpretort We lose ourselves aud find we are unable to follow at all times the instruments with the melody So smooth and gradual ibo transition from the harmony to partsFron of our soul we would give all praise to tIm pioneer of such musical constiucuoit in our own United States Theodore Thomas nor would we forget his brother contemporaries In this and other cllmee who havegiven and are still giving much of themselves to the world of art P Council Proceedings The City Council met in regular monthly fcession lest Thursday evening with tno Mayor and nil Councilmen present The Minutes of the last meeting were read amid adopted as was also the report of time Finance Committee The Reports of the Chief of Police Police Judge Street Commissioner Treasurer aiid City Clerk were read and referred tO tna Finance Committee tiloon license was granted to John Mershon silccessorto W S Jones And the clerk was directed to renew this license which expires December 10 pro vided the requirements of the law are observed Application was also M F Enright sietMortp4foynalsiiEim- r1htfoc OOttcsq lJtcb was Ift ordered issued in accordance with the law A petition from the residents oi University precinct asking for a side walk on JUg huh pike was read before time Council but a motion to compel proper ty owners on this boulevard to lay pavements was lost by a vote of 4 to 2 A petition from Mrs Wm Jrving asking that the saloon operated by A H Creekmore be removed was ordered tabled by a unanimous vote The bond of A W Creekmore with D1I Chenault and J V Gibson as securities was read andaccepted Tho bond of J W Deringer with W L Arnold mid B Stouffer as securi ties was read and accepted Mr Parrish of the Street Committee reported that work on Short street is projjrossine nicely The report of the mmnuttrtt on settlement oi the Water it Light GVs taxesftwas read as follows Tho undersigned having hen appointed to examine into thn amount of frau chi e tux dnaby the Richmond Water it Light Co to the city for tlw year U 1 respectfully report that the i smeiii of tho State Board of Valuation and Afsesmcnt shows time value ot tic en tire franchise of said company to bo 54800 and that of tIlls amount the Richmond Water Light Co has paid ou 27100 leaving tax still due on 27 400 which tax amounts to 274 They report that the Water Light Co de clines to pay this sum on the ground of error in atsesment but in the judgment of your Committeejthis amount is just Iy due the city and should be collect ed Ttiis report was unanimously ac cepted The City Attorney reported that the deed for Short street had been drawn and tiled wijh the County Clerk The City Collector was ordered to make a demand on tho banks of the city for the amonnt of taxes due under contract made with a previous Council Mr C A Taylor appeared before the Council and stated that his property on Broodway was 300 overtaxed The Council voted to refund him this money Judce 11 C Rice was directed to revise the city ordinances which were reported badly in need of revision On complaint being made that the wires of the Electric Company were be lag so placed as to come in contact with the Telephone Companys wires it was ordered that a committee be ap pointed to confer with a representative of each company and make satisfactory arrangements Messrs Freeman sad Arnold were appointed ou this com mittee ilrJno W Crooke city col lector for 189S09 read his report and was tendered a vote of thanks for the faithful performance of his duties The question of penalties ou uncol heated taxes was passed without action Mr C S Powell Chief of the Fire Department stated that some one should be appoh ted to oxercisce the horses and take care of the hose belonging to the department On motion Mr Emil Lorisch was directed to tale charge of same for which ho shall re celvo 5 pei month The Clerk reported that WC Gorm Ifiy It P Fox Son and W F Powers had failed to pay stallion license and that M C T Taylor had refused to pay license for soliciting fire insurance The Chief of police was ordered to tako charge of these cases There being no further business the council rdjourned Cotillion Club Entertainment The Cotillion Club dance of last Friday evening was one of the most ele gant and recherche affairs of the season Handsome and spaciousMasonic Tent pie was brilliantly illuminated mill the floor was in perfect condition The music was furnished by Piof Atier tOilS orchestra of Frankfortand was pronounced by competent critics to have been the best ever heard hcroand fully the peer of the august Sexton The floorcommittee was composed Messrs Alex Denny Hardin Stuart J It Miler mid G W Plckels Jr and to their efforts the success of the dance is largely attributed Mr and Mrs Quo W Evans Jr and Mesdames J K Qrcenleaf nnd Sally Miller were the chapcroncs Aaiong those present wereMr Alex Dnnny and MUs Ethel Willis of fhllesburu Mr L R Miller Miss Elizabeth Taylor Mr George W Pickets Jr Sliss Van Greenleaf Mr Hardin Smith Miss Martha Smith Mr Thos II Collins Miss Florence Chenault tl C B Chatham Miss Lillian WatTs of Chilesburg Mr Thos H PickelR Miss Julia Hljrgins Mr T Curry Dedman Miss KitChen suIt Mr John Power of Paris Miss Kathm erine Smith Mr Joseph Evans Miss Hattie Lelcher Mr James T Tribblo Miss Louise Kaufman Mr Smith Oldham of Lexington Miss Anne Uendett Mr W C McCord Miss Mary Sbak elford Mr Joe Watts Miss SArah Whito Mr Wm Woodbury Miss Ifosa Mao Moberlpy U Mr W E Andrews Miss Laura Blight Mr A N Eastman MIss Susan Hume Mr Clarence Kenny Miss Mary Letchor The stags were Mcfsrs Illanton Rouinson Blentcntoll Groen Smith Bell RankIn Ward Kimeey Drown Galbraith revis Evans Bohannou of Versailles Itt easier to put up with extrava gance than to put up for it Lady tar7eioadeai Wantcil I want to hear from jny lady who has Stomach Trouble 1 will recommend Dr Cald wells Syrup Pepin and guarantee it to cure For stile by alt IrUggists 12declm If cyclists toll not neither do they spin rite healthy olclman wears his gray hairs like nsiher crown What if be three score ten if there Is still fire in his eye firmness in his step command in his voice and wisdom in Hs counsel He commands love and reverence Yet how few wear the mantle of age with dignity Dim eyed querulous of speech halting instep mind they lag superfluous on the stage dragging out the fstf end of life In a existence The secret oj a healthy old age is a healthy middle age The man who taices clue of his stomach who keeps his btdy properly nourished will find that the not fail him In old age The great value of Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery lies in the preserva tion of the working power of the stomach and other organs ol digestion and nutrition From this center is distributed the nourishment of the whole body the salt for the blood the lime for the bones phosphates for the brain and nerves A sound stomach means a sound man A man who keeps his rtowjwh sound bv the ass of Gold on Medical Discovery wilt wear che crown o gPk51rS asbofitsatnonarcb wltj dee 1 t i GO SALEICIIiTO NTI AT TilE k 1 ft BUSY BEE CASH STORE 1 he story in a nutshell Instesd of having a closing out sale in February we put February prices on now when winter goods are selling when there are yet ahead 2 or 3 months of serviced All THE WINTER GOODS In the entire establishment have been marked down to make the last few weeks before the holidays a fitting climax to the busiest year we have had in our 15 years career Big Slices Chopped Off Every Price At least 25000 worth of seasonable merchandise already marked low falls beneath the cold calculating pencil of the inspector whose instructions were to reduce the selling cost of every Winter Garment Fabric and thing to a point where the people will eagerly take it to a notch where there can be no doubt concerning its decided bargain character andhe accomplished his task so well that our managers fell Glum but the result of his untiring work is that we present to you the most prodigious aggregation of astonishing moneysaving propositions ever offered by any store in Richmond We gladly take the losses In The Avalanche of Bargains n = U Merchandise manufactur MJf r l1 M iiIJ J ers wholesalers warehouse men mills and factories at decisive reductions from the regular market prices are massed ClothingSilksHats Laces and Embroideries Carpets Trunks etc without peer or precedent We invite you cordially to take advantage of the low cut prices we are making on aU hopingtoW Do OLD ANl COMPANY IF WE PLEASE YOU TELL OTHERS IF NOT TELL US 3jgq lLiWffj win be roused to Its natural duties and your biliousness headache and constipation be cured U you take iBeds PillsSold by all druggists 25 cents Wise is the individual who prepares for the fulurii by studying both the past and present In biliousness Hcrbine by expelling from the body the excess bile and acids Improves the assimilative proj cesses purifies the blood and tones up and strengthens the entire svsUm Price 50c Ierry Thamas Ed m Impoliteness is always rude and frequently it is also rued New SangsNut Catchy New Play too hull New Opera tno Long Whp what on earth ails you Is it Indigestion Get a bottle of Dr Cald wells Syrup Pepsin It keeps one straight the around I buy it at all drug stores12dee1m An old bachelor says that marrying for love is hut a tender delusion The Latest Song And how it goes Is always of interest to some limit the condition of ones health should he first in the line of considera thin IF you tako Dr Caldwell Syrllp- PepKin yu CIIIt have Indigestion or Stomach Trouble That iscent sin For Balo by all druggists 12declm Wine drowns caro and it serves care right for killing the cat A Gift to Give It is often difficult to decide what to ret your friends lor hollovvday gifts Here is a suggestion Good morning Jennie IIaebrought you a nice said Gertrude as her friend handed her a neatly Wrapped package The pale weary 100klu gir1 who was slowly recovering from severe miltS opened tIme bundle and held tip a large bottle clear rich medicine Hoods Sarsparilhil Bheuxclalmed I J have been r about it today and wished I had a bottle On New Years Day Jonnio was able to be out on the street and tohorfrienda Who remared how well she was looking she simply said Hoods Sarsaparilla and ever one of them knew it was this gieat medicine that had given back her health 12leclm The distance that lends enchantment is not distance of manner Have you a cold A dose of Cous Bens Honey of Tar at be time will ra move It Price 25 cents and r0 cents Perry Thonia 5dcclm Forethought is eaaytls the after- thoughttlint pulls hard MaEde U AUaws of Dayton ti Writes GentletnwH Tho requirements of the last society season with late hours priimissunnx eating and irregular habits left me a wreck tick Head aches Indigestion aiid a sluggish con dition of the onran wore my daily tor ment until I tried Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin Yours in truly a household with GratefulIy JUII lllAuItAuAMffSohl In slugsist liver Herbine by its beneficial action upon the tracts renders the bile more flultlnmi brings the liver into a sound healthy condi thin thereby banishing the sense of drowsiness lethargy suit the general fpelingnf apathy which arise from disorders of tho liver Price 50 cents Perry Thomas 5declm Dunne This is the last time Ill ask you for that money Detlcr Glad to know you at last realzu the hopeless ness of over getting it CUKES BLOOD IOISOX- Serolnla Ulcers Old Sores ISanp Pains Trial Treatment Free Firstsecond or third stages positively mOlltljnhnperfect euro Have you sore throat pimples copper colored spots old fes teritig eating sores ulcers BwellincH scrofula itching akin aches and pains in hones or joints sore mouthor falling hair Then Botanic Blood Balm will heal every sore stops time aches and maku the blood pure and rich and give the rich glow of health to the stein Over 000 testimonials of cures U B H thoroughly tested for SO years l rne stores SI Trial treatment of BB B free by writing BLOOD BALM CO Atlanta Ga Describe trouble and free medical advice given Dont despair of a cure as B B II cures when else fails 3J A man is bound to have more warm friends in cumncr than in winter r For broken limb chilblains bnrns scalds bruised shins sore throat and sores of every kind apply Ballanls snow Liniment It give immed hate relief and heal any wound Plica 25 cents and 50 cents Perry mind Thomas 5declm The lawyers best fiend is tho man who makes his own will Eb rpf4 Ibla slcaatnre Is on crci box of the genuine Laxative BrcmoQuinine mbi cu taa remedy that cnreu n In OHO day All clergymen financially epeakVng are good investments The disposition nf children largely depends upon If tJI are troubled with wnnnsliipy wjll b Inn ta blo cross fevcri perhiipR erons- Iv fisk Whiteii Crrnui VermHnjflsn lIsehllnhealthPerry t Thomas rMleolm Time nail that a womanJdts on the head is the fingernail TImers aru fuw so nncomfnrt able as pile hut thufcnn ea1lv be cured by u inp Tabler 1iumalyePile- Ointment Ballet ollow jts use nail tiny one siifleriiig from anJHr aft fOllllO ntlllcet to lveIEianjsJ Price cents In hot ties tt1oj emits Perry ok Thomas wleclm A rising musiclftnr ane that gets up from the riaiid pefteTnttlty 70 OT73UE A OOSO SW OWDAT Take lAxitlve Brnnin Quinine Vletv ItI New bright and fresh bought for cash from overladen T7GRAND OF BUGGIES PH1ETONSICARRIAGESI j Greet the optics of all that visit the Kentucky Carriage Works Never before since the foundation of these Works have we displayed such a complete line of vehicles as we now carry in stock A gaurantee goes with every p vehicle that leaves the shop A visit to our Works will convince you that the above statements are true I Kentucky Cariio Works JOHN DONELSON Proprietor V In carfoof ratarrh Hoods Sarsaparilla healsthu tl sun builds up system expels impurities from the blood apll cures Cunning Is about tile poorest counter felt for wisdom Tetter SaltRheum and Eczema The Intenso itching and smarting incl allayedhySkin Ointment Many very bad ases havo been permanently cnred by it It Is equally efficient for itching piles and a remedy for sore nipples chapped hands chilblains frost bites and chronic sore eyes 25 cts per box Dr Cadjs Condition Powder are jest a horse needs when in bad con UonITonlc blood purifier and yenuifuge They are not food but puthorse a ants per package There arc Uvpikinds ofsl1ihieeathe- silent and the garrulous The former is endurable 3 How Are YourvNmes If thryarfi weakandyqn ftjel nervous and eaeily cant sleep and youridqndupon rich nourishing blood Ilotidss Sxrsaparilla makes the zue res strong by enritihilag amid vilnliziitc mhis blofci It tiveo sweet refrtsliin sliiip smith com pletely cures nervous troubles Bogus takiiiR it today I byHoodsThe common mind may bo deceived by tiio facjliat vice am geniae bites prodaCB tho Mji egect t1MIe LxmtvprBromo Qvinlna rawO44Ihfl ohe Jar No cw a Ifl J r i aI MaIA t+ i rmTijR FRAMING ++++ ++ 1 IS AN ART that requres years of careful intelegent study in all its hanches in order to bring abcut sup cessful results We itudy the business not from the stand point ofa mechanic or mer chant but from an artistic standpoint always endeavorj ing to make frame mat etc j in colors and style that will add too bring out and beautify J 1believeof Picture Framing Materials this side of the larger cities and then our facilities for doing the workand handling the busi ness can not be surpassed We most respectfully request your inspection Established J870 i Willgingtj290W I Glass Varni ke c Stock 1 the largest Prices ahr yi It t J 4In II u 1 c r tsth5h KodolDyspepsia Digests what you eat andNaturostructing tt exhausted digestive or dlgesbantcan approach it In efficiency It In pcrmanentlycurcsDyspepsia Flatulence HeadacheGastm1giacrampanall Prepared by E C DeWitt ACo Crjlcogo For sale by Perry Thomas 6 e t WALLPAPER e C Iat tliepublie wi Wall Paper for the purpose b4of beautifying your hornets do to call and see our latest styles in wall and ceiling cJ J Decorative IDesigns 1 J weIfJand larger stock in this line than has ever been shown in thecityof Richmond before we are buying direct from IIhe largest factories In the United States this season we will be able to show you more pretty designs than ever before and for less MONEY J goodslswIiore tfwill sell papers hung walis in latest styles possible We auk you to call at our 1 rbeforeW pleasure in waiting upon you I and VOl1r wants OuraIm is to please our patrons and by so doing we feel ansurrcd of shitrn of your patronage IThankIng the public Inadvanee we are Yours ltespt I PERRY THOMAS If Wall Paper CotJi4W L LEKOS Painter and Decorator ITjanlf PHOHE 75 Fatroielie Im Insure your dwelling barn And other prop ertyla the BUlB GRASS INSURANCE COM PANY of Lexington Ky a home institution Gives protection against FIFE LIGUTNINQAND TORNADO No assessment calls on member when losses occur to other members and no Initiation fee charged to become a member of company The cheapest and most reliable company for the our county now operating In the State and gets cheaper every year to onehalf after the first year For further information call on their agent ttorneyatLiwRichmond Court House next door to State Dank Trust Company upstairs H CARTER Pre ITC BOSWOBTH Serfy f t FortJv Inspection t Call and inspect the handsome andattrac Ij tive line of Coods for Mens and Boys J SuitingtIS Overcoats J cv A That has been re IIceivedfrom the East V Every garment leaves fit J the shop with a guaran tee Call andexamine my A goods before purchasing f- elsewhere V- L H S STOUT f THE TAILOR S rr8 TM1IUIlri u 1UilL fiYVllLIW WVi 4 OF LEXINGTON KY r i Tile Giant Investment Company of the South has just disribiiIitIiirnng its rortiflcatn holders over 00000 a fact b unpruueilciited by any other similar institution of the ago 1 Total Amount paid in living benefits 133000 amount of surplus and reserve 160000 ITotal paid up value of all certificates is 13000000 when compared with the most reliable Life O Insuralice tomlunies who Ian not show as great n premium income in proportion to tho amount of insurance In force Tliew are special iiilvantacott offered to those who wish to hnv honiert through this company and both purchaser and r seller are hpn rltt l in the transaction Now is the time to ij4 make vmir investment H SmITH BOSAZTiraN V N SECRETARY LEXINGTON KY MRS A T MILLION Local Agent Richmond Ky 1 h11 QJ Wj GIEXPRESSED CIRECT FROH DISTILLERY TO CONSUMERS STjffntr moiitf 9 rie for ench Italicn to rdL a KT ESS THAN TWO gallon IB rO4lovIoiIU85f yrirO jnvecls as below 8 j t 310rSfcO ciccidirv c6Uck 4SU n irn bottleimpc Iz e3Oo Year J Ie anp1e bor 37t Waj IM MI i ftM 400 7Of 35O Selected neo loCk OO sklpmenttare made In iZas waled boxes irtiA no mar or brands to flutfeota coimntt tint the tpntikargtt vie prepay ZcxtiCOVINOTON mutioIAothSWHaM Trrft41l AWVa PRICES 01Com13June6m PITTSBURG ooeCENTRAL STOCK YARDS EAST LIBERTY PA OFFE R SUPERIOR ADVAN AG S TO SHIPPFRS S Yards have been enlarged and rearranged- It is the nearest point to the Eastern Market Best Distributing Point East Indianapolis for Balti more Washington Philadelphia New York arid all Eastern markets Good buyers always in attendance for export cattle and all other kinds of stocks Consignments for Commission firms given prompt at tention nerJIlgrEVERY 1r1c b1i1c1rvlanufacturedof celebrated Waco ClayJst PrizeS at Centen nial Exhibition J876 prices 50 per cent lower than other factories Tile Drainage Is a Pcrmaneot Improvenent lutide DIlnden Price per 1000 Price of Branches Approx Weight of otTfle feet each Tile each 3 In J 10 OO lu ut Sib s 4 15G4L1O v J18W n 0025 3 L 35 W LL8 4 rIiII ouro10 4fJ 125 00 LzPrice list F O B Cars at Factories I He who causes a bladeof grass to grow wherenpne grew before is a true benefactor A well drained farm will cause you W be remembered more favorably than a sky scraping marbl well drained land produces thej largest and best crops and the best investment possible V ADIfiONITYfX1h II 1 I 1 j 1ftl p II iI7 1r1r u C Ls C Chautauqna has become an American institution and a household word From a little beginning it has attained stoppedgraud has hall the practical wisdom to make them real and operative Ghau tauqua has touched and broadened the intellectual life of many a community nay more it has giuen to many a community Its first intimation that tbero is an intellectual life Of the Summer Chautauqua everybody who knows any thing knows Of the Winter Chautau qua Course of Home Study not so many know although over 260000 readers have taken advantage oUts instruction Its social influence lias penetrated almost every city town village and many foreign countries During the past summer one hundred and twenty Chautauqua Assemblies were held in thirtyfour different States and Terri tories the attendance at which aggre gated a million of people The season at the Mother Chautauqua N Y was one of tbe most successful in its twenty five years history Over forty thousand attended the lectures concerts and entertainments while 2650 students pursued 100 courses under 72 instruc tors ip the Summer schools The Chautauqua Literary and Scien tific Circle was organized at the Chau tauqua Summer Assemble in 1878 Its purpose is to provide a systematic course of reading in history literature science and art It secures to those who have been denied college opportunities the college students general outlook upon the world and life It also gives college graduates an oppor tunity to review the studies of earlier years The Circle is not a college either in its courses of study or its methods But this influence in many homes has been to awaken an interest and enthusiasm in the higher education among young and old A regular four years course is provided each year being distinct from the rest The member docs not bind him self by any pledge The individual reader may pursue the entire course alone but circles of three or more are recommended These circles or clubs hold weekly meetings and pursue regu lar programs of readings discussions papers etc Over forty supplementary courses are provided for special students A monthly magazine called The Chautauquan is published with readings notesprogramsand announce ments The Chautauquau is consider ed by many to be unsurpassed for con tents of current interest and for vei ma nent literature educational and hlstori cal value Special review outlines are given in the books and requiredread logs Twenty minutes a day willcover the required readings and the total expense entailed amounts to So a year less than fifteen cents a week for a period of nine months A diploma is awarded at the end of the tour years course and seals are bestowed for written review work and for extra reading The advantage of a systematic plan of study is apparent to any one who has had occasion to compare the results of a year of desultory reading with the out come of a twelvemonth ii which the books and magazine articles read whether few or many have been chosen with a definite aim in view The general subjects of the Chautau qua Four Years Course are as follows 19001 French History and Literature Greek Lands and Letters World Politics of Today Psychology 10012 German and Medieval His toryNature Study Itowan and Italian Life and Art 19023 English History Literature and Art Ninteenth Century History Geology 19034 The Expansion of the American People Socialism Nature Study Amer Literature By a selection of historical studies made up from the leading ancient and modern nations and relating to thorn systematic readings in science literature ani practical life a comprehensive view of world developments is of fered which supplies the fundamentals of a general education Our Academies and Colleges are doing much for higher education but it is only the few comparatively who can aVail themselves of the opportunities which they offer Chautauqua gives to every day people the opportunity to enjoy the advantages of an education beyond that furnished by the common schools and brings the facilities for selfculture to the family fireside The 0 L S S course for the coming winter will be of unusual interest The four required books newly edited and illustrated and just issued are Time French Revolution Shailer Mathews University of Chicago Grecian History fully illustrated James Richard Joy From Homer to Theocritus Edward Capps University of Chicago The Human Nature Club E L Thorndiko Columbia University In the Chautauquan there Will be a series of articles running through the entire year upon The Rivalry of Na tions World Politics of Today a historical study of world development of the last half century and of the great problems of today There will be also an illustrated reading journal in time orient including Greece Asia Minor Palestine Egypt and time Islands ot NO MAN IS STRONGER TllA1 illS STOMACD The stomach is the vital center of the body It is the organ from which all other organs are fed A weak stomach means a weak man There never was a strong man with a weak stomach What is called weak stomach is in general a diseased condition of the stomach and other organs of digestion and nutrition which prevents the proper digestion of the food which is taken into the Stomach and sp reduces the nutrition of the body Whenall food is taken away the body starvci When the food eaten is only digested and assimilated in part it only nourishes the body in part and so the body is partly starved this starvation is every organ of the Sic dependent on the blood which is from fooL performedDiscovery is dueto its remarkable power to heal diseases of the stomach and organs It ares through the stomach diseases seemingly remote but which have their in a diseased condition of the stomach and the other organs of digestion and nutrition MVeakheart lungs kidneys and weak ness of other is cured with the cure of the weak stomach Mr Thomas A SvrarU Box joj SnbStatlon Vttr7sickjtomacb and food weuld not digest then kidney and liver trouble and my becic weak so I docloradtht h01isehfLecuredDrPieiccsCtdn tidleat Dscayery aDd make botUehelpedweighedandabout eix weelci I bllve done more hard work ta the nut eleren raonlhsthan I did in healthye4ky tifttIO x the Mediterranean There will be crit lea studies in French Literature nd Biographical Studies of the roligfius character of historic figures in Greece I and in Krancii In addition toedltoia1d I upon important current developments 1 there wlllbepublished in the Chautau t qu m each month a twopage bibliojra I phy showing where to find the best in formation on important current topics which eurrenttevonts programs for I club and literary societies I A small army of clerks correspond ents and employees are iiqw busily ijn gaged in the Cliautan jmvgeneral of Ilces at Cleveland Ohio sending out information and equipping an ambit ious multitude of leaders circles t agents and orpauizera for pursuing the C L S C work lot the coming year Dr Lynian Abbott truly said Chuu tauqua is designed not for the cujtnrjj and echnlarship of the few but for timo general education of the many To the man or woman who would gain deeper insight into the literature i science art and practical life of Ida own country und of other great countries i past and present to the own wlio i has never had the advantage of a col lege course and would know something i of the college outlook to the one who has had the college course and needs to revive and enrich it to the student of the high school or college who feels the need of a supplementary comprehensive i course Inworld literatureand to the one who recognizes the advantage of a systematic reading or would make the most ofa limited environ ment Chautauqua opens the door of opportunity and offers fellowship In short Chautauquu cooperates with all who stand for selfgrowth for a better individuality a broader scholarship higher outlook and a nobler manhood and womanhood for character for country and for humanity Millions Given Away It is certainly gratifying to the pub lic to know of one concern in the lund who are not afraid to be generous to the jieedy and suffering The proprie tors of Dr Kings Now Discovery fdr Consumption Coughs and Colds have given away over ton millions trial hotI tics of this great medicine and have the satisfaction of knowing it has abso bitchy cured thousands of hopelcsti cases Asthma Bronchitis Hoarseness and all disease of the Throat Chest and Lungs are surely cured by It Call on Perry it Thomas Druggist Successors to W Gi White and eta trial bottle free regular size 50c and Every bottle guaranteed or price re funded 3 Mrs Langtry has again made a mat rimonial change this time in the tHree tion of shedding her latest husband Pretty soon she will got a new one we presume However it will take something more than a diverse case to bring the lady to the front once more Workinsr Night And Day Time busiest and mightiest little thing that every was made is Dr Kings New Life Pills Every pill is a sugarcoated globule of health that changes weak ness into strength listlessness into en orgy brainfag into mental poer Theyre wonderful in building up the health Only 25c per box Sold by Perry Thomas 3 LAND STOCK AND CROP Time Hustonvillc correspondent of the Lincoln Democrat says Messrs Lutz Company recently bought one lot of 1500 pound export cattle at Cc per pound R S Spake sold to J W Bond a bunch of Poland China pigs ten months old that averaged S35 pounds at 54SO Stamping Ground cor Georgetown Times Mr John Leach soul to Air Frank China a sow and 7 pigs six weeks old for S15 Mr Leach sold to Mr Church Glass a lot of butcher cattle at about 325 per cwtMr Willie Hall made the turkey trade rather lively before Thanksgiving at C cents per pound He is now enraging them for the Christmas market at 51 cents per pound Oxford cor Georgetown times 31 H Haggard purchased the wool crop of Messrs John B and Warren Graves and John W Odbon 6000 lbs at 23 cents per poundMr James Mulholland sold to L Joseph 44 export cattle averaging 1850 pounds at 480 per cwt and to John M Jones 8C hosts of 170 pounds weight at440 George town Times Turkey thieves have been getting In their work They got J4 fine gobblers from Mrs M M Parkerof Biddle and about 30 turkeys from Mrs Geo Mc Dowel of Skinnereburg Bennett di Davis Parker Bros di Davis und Park er Bros di Wilson sold their tobacco to E II Hughes at C cents all around Shell Perry sold lila toccacco toJS fioudo at C cents Moody Perry soW lila crop to same party at 7 cents all around Log Lick cor Georgetown TimesClarence Moore sold his crop of corn at 2 delivered None Such corWood ford Sun Byley di Collins bought from John Arnott and Mrs Lizzie Sandusk 2000 bushels of wheat at 71 cents also all the wheat sold at the Mosoley sale at Q93contsPinkard cor Wood ford Son The sate of Geo S Mosley deceased last Thursday was well attended Horses brought from 28 to 00 cows S33 to 57 32 head yearling steers f27 per head Keens cor Woodford Sun W B Kidd shipped last week from Winchester 20G export cattle 85 of them weighing 1600 lbs were bought of Sam Harris of Lincoln county S3 weight 1420 lbs t were bought of Fox di Harris of the same county and 88 of Chas Prewltt of Montgomery county which weighed 1330 lbs The first two lots cost 525 and tho last 510Car lisle Mercury The largest team of mimics seen in Columbia Term for many years was there November 20 The team is owned by Scott Davis of Hnrdisons Mills Tenu The mules are majelies though one IsIS hands Irish and the other 17 The total weight pf the team is about 33000 pounds and when they bear down against the collar something has to move Notwithstanding the disagreeable weather last Tuesday a good crowd attended the sale of George S Mosely deceased near Keone aillliIIper head woanling calf 2i 2CO bul of wheat 69Jc per bushel 5 acres of tobacco I75 per hundred Farming implements andhousehold and kitchen furniture sold well The larm of 100 acres was withdrawn at C9GOFar mers Home Journal C T Pearson sold to B F Sanders ft Co Al ft pigs average CO pounds at 40 per poundttbe GiIlo the SalriM MMKBBity sold io B FSM lers di Co 15 225pound hogs at 4c P Buntain delivered last Saturday o Messrs hiker 4 Good 850 turkeys at- c the lot averaging 12 poundsH- I Graham bought of N I Buster of he Faulconer vicinity 9 1100pound teem at 4c for B F Sanders Co I HJaraharn bought from different mrties for B F Sanders di Co 50 stcck logs from SO to ICO lit 3McU F anders bought of Moore Stephen ion 35 fat hogs welgbmigfrom 100 to 00 pounds at 435 per cwtV7 C Carpenter bought on the 5th of Lee andivere 25 hogs average weight 250 lounds at 450 per cwt Also bought if Merriwether Smith delivery lithe buyers option 28 240 pound hogs it 440 per ljuudrod A Sanders ought for the firm of B F anders di X two heifers 700 anti pounds at cfrom Dudley vurru8 one 000lb leifor nt 3c and one from A Daven ort 750 pounds at 2c Also from A j Li Bty 2i Jat J80lb hogs at 425 er cvtIlt more qui th cows are ept the greatar will hot the flow of uik What a grievous mistake a man nakes by starting his by to the pasture vith the cows with two or more dogs bllowing It is an absolutely necessary 0 keep cows quiet as it is to keep them arm and dry Farmers put this ad tics into practice and you will have to eep only twothirds as many cows as ron have been dolnBF Sanders ought of Moore di Stephenson for B Sanders di Co 43 head of export cat le weight 1345 pouuds at 450 pert These cattle go to Kingliam Jo of Indianapolis and were shipped ass Saturday He also bought of Jas r Neale of the Braxtou vicinity 28 GOlb hogs at 435 per cwt and from faa F Witherspood 25 fat shoals 125 ounda at 4c per pound Also from Kirby S Woods 40 fat shoats 135 Bounds at 4c Harrodaburg Democrat Like some of his distinguished pre lecessors Ambassador Chnate has slopped overIn anaddrcss made in Great Baitain Before he guts through with the incident lie may wish Le ladnt When Mark llanua Rays that provi leiice carried Nebraska for the Ke mblicaus he seems to forget the heroic manner in which Assistant Secretary ilieklejolm sacrificed his shirt We hope that the Governors of North and South Caroliua havo been invited to that Irrigation Congress in Chicago JohnShe is swift isnt sh- tJoneI have my first society girl to see that is not It is to be hoped that Congress will not do a thing to prosjrority Greatest BargainsEver THE CLIMAX And The OHIO FARMER CLEVELAND O Both OneYear For 150 Thin OHIO FARMER Cleveland O is time best agricultural live stock market and home weekly journal in this country For every member of the family It tells how to make the farm pay and the homo happy It lass 20 pnges every week ofuen 24 pages Must complete and reliable market re ports Largest actual stat of practical editors and correspondents all farmers It Always Stops at Expiration of Subscription- No wide awake farmer will he with journalItAddress Climax Printing Co- Richmond Ky WE GUARANTEE-Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin to cure any case of Constipation Indigestion Sick Headache or Stomach Trouble when taken according to directions WOp L DR IV 0 CALDWELL If nftcr taking twothirds of a fifty cent or one dollar bottle it funs to clo as represented we will refund the inircboco price rAOrITICCLLOmii2may6m M + + CALL AT++ + tBltflSALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can dispensedbydating clerks Genuine Saratoga Water Kept on Tap Phone 3 Second St RICHMOND KY PRODUCE Hjiving closed out my stock Groceries I will now de vote entire time to the Produces t Will pay more t BusinessI Eggs etc l Jtwillcertl you to get my prices be fore disposing ofanything in B jtA IjOTTNe If Depot RICHMQND Y Ht As wa preaicfed President McKtn leys message was ne dull as a market report and bad all1 the scintillating brilliancy of a blue book adI repcalec1tjbllt out ISHarvard is still a good place at which to educate boys whatever may be thought of itsathletic attainments Mme HAMILTON LADIES TAILOR AND DRESSMAKING and Ky WhitTHB Oortooie does U to give the fairest f the conception alum momentous occurrences whictLare shaping the world fraction- sotbesewspaperandofai illustrated raj and education economics Wen We and actNcw T- itersIiheLYMAN ABBOTT EDITORS during the months of and January will appear a series of ten papers from 7JooFer T aeptiStfREPAIRING telling the romantic story of in a Virginia slave cabin to the eminent as the builder and head of Tuskegee the honored and trusted leader of the this country pEvery Reader Paperwill surely be interested in Mr Washingtons offer in order to introduce THE OUTLOOK to new three months above mentioned at the special price oltwentyfive seventyfive cents providing the name of this paper the story of world hap in ev week 11 short clear Subscription Department B Tnt OUTLOOK New York City RPRorALrn AND TIMEINO FINE L E LANE 3Xv actb Wevexact All Work Guaranteed Main Street- RICHMOND KY A BOON TO MANKINDLm DTABLERS BUCKEYE 0z2 T PILE tJJn ci c IT I rcto TJ 0 G U1 r1 0 J Jrcn 4I- f CURE A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBES BY MAIL 75 CENTS BOTTLES so CENTS JAMES F BALLARD Sole Proprietor 310 North Main Street ST LOUIS MO For sale by PERRY THOMAS DruggistslaDIDly k v k44 LXNGTONZNVETMENT 1r 4Pays You 300 for Every m Dollar Invested 7 staat +Branch office front room W over Joplins furniture store L P TODD MGR 1 7171 17 71 7 + THE tStove Question In all its details is fully answered rtjaninspection of our showingtthet e t tAGREAT PENINSULAR Jt t AND TH- EESTATE OAK AIR TIGHT RADIATOR This will be STOVE MONTH iiwith us and we are going to offer such attractions W in that line as will repay anyone for the time devoted to looking through this Department 1t We have the AGENCY for the Great Peninsular and Intersmerits of their product f11 1i belowiy of repairs t ECONOMIST RANGE f 11 fJ eftJr f4f+ IZ 0U Accordeon Knife Plaitin- gRichmond ington holds EXCLUSIVE ci 0 o i 0txl u + ECONOMIST RANGE nOUGLAS SIMMHNJ HARDWARE STOVES FlRHINa IMPLEHENT- Smclilly 1I i DRY GOODS ELDERS i STOREu61 jr + Our Stock is complete in every Department ay c sMWe are showing the largest line oft CLOAKS GAPE COOLLAHETTESJ shown at prices that competition a Vcannot touch t5C DONT FAIL TO INSPECT OUR O1Qhing Boot 5ha Ht and Qa OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT iOUR MlnlNERY DEPARTMENT Is in full blast You are requested to inspect our stock New shapes handsomely trim l1a med strikingly effective and unequaled for I quality style and price We guarantee perfect satisfaction in every particular C A V We are showing I c a pretty line oft To which we invite your inspection Uf1 ICIW loots 26Inch Hand Saws 40cts upPhotoDover Egg Beaters Sets Plate Handles Sets uiitj Big Iron Spoons 315 and Sets Cooking Forks 3 to Sets 12 White Swiss Ties Sets Shovel Sets eCOcoanutOrater 4cts Tin Rattles 2 and Sets Pen Holders Ic up Lead Pencils 23 t and Sets 4 Cabinet Brass Easels bets 25rtsWCan Openers Sets itIl Little Gem Dime Banks lOcts Set of Pony a b c Blocks betCurling Irons 3 to Sets Bird Cage Springs Sets Screw Hooks Sets per dozen Razor Meta- TraclDg Wheels Sets Et Trunk Locks lOcts 8Inch Drawing Knife 25 cts upSafety per dozen at Pins lc per paper upCakeBox of Perfumed Talcum Powder lOc paIrMalleable upUubberTeaDellslOcts Nutme Grater lc Coat and Hat Hooks IScts per doz NutS Books 16 SIO and IScts STable Spoons Gets 8 Tea Spoons 4cts 36inch Brass Extension Sash Rod lOcts 2 Blade Mincing Knives Shaving Brushes IS 1 dozen Wax Tapers for lOetsICottage Barometer and ers combined IScts J1 =W Respectfully Submitted LntoCashTra e DRESS GOODS 1 1Picture Hooks Sets per dozen Tack Pullers Tackhlammers Sand lOcts tarpent rs Faced Iaw Ham mess 29cts 11iShoe Brushes bets np upCalogneShears S 78 1015 and Met Leather Back Horse Brushes 2Jcts SetaIIWall Mirrors 10 152025 650 Wire Broilers Sets upTinWash ITin Dippers Sets Wash Pans lOcts We have an assortment of Tinware IIseeSwansdown Whllting white and perboxBuggy Combs of kinds- Handkerchiefs lc up 3 Tin Pint Cups Sets llSTelnpNice no Hooks and Eyes Ic a cardof 2 doz pairGoldPapercttes a 15 20 and 25cts A lllarWhisk Brooms Hand bets upSterlinirCoffee Pots 9c up Dust Pans 9c Picture Frames alt styles trom a Photo Bx7 Frame to a large 18x 22 Frame Call and see them Bottle Vaselin Sets Brass Headed Tacks Sets npMachine lllInk Jets- Mucilage 4cts Dolls 5cts up p E V ELDER 4 RICHMOND KY J HOLIDAY SUGGESTIOS IiiHOME COMFORT DEPENDS ONILi THE 0j FURNITURE I 1I We are receiving new goods every ISILr q pkaseiElrjgli me s anci most rasticu- i IE3IiJ ous taste We want you to inn see themeWe know you will M admire and pronounce this stock pli equal to that ofany Furniture FE House in Central Kentucky m r fij f mIt will only be a short time until Christmas i andmwe will endeavor to have a Stock which all may selectijis i4i6 sm t rn t LeathetCuh Ti rn Nice Rockers e 0Dressing Xa bles 1gD iJi1 Chairs c jr r3 i it t m II 7 W have a ccxnplete line of JL t+++++++I ++++++ + ltt JrtJ- II + euTe 1tourt +l i3 t II 4 + ++ + t4 ++ 4t+ + tt444j + + II And can interest you in that Ine it in s xd i to order on short notice 1IIII E- i ITStftcvrtrJ i a We ca nhi ID j oorprornxs 1i1I01J 1j- 1vwe IIscciDarlhprf T6 Night136 lit II Fr l UNJjj 0 I