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Digital page images are linked to the text file. w IJf i1i rti H J 4I7t34 l 4J9T IIiIoOPICFIMONDCLIMAXIr Zt tt iViE IrrIt= J tr j t i lJ t tHn t JJ ItJd 3Lv Wfl Jl fhjLi i I VOLUlfE11jt oji YV rlQj iuIq j i ih RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 39 1900 PROFESSIONAL OARRIH ATTOXITSTS ii ROBERTSS S ATTORNEYATLAW ea4 RICHMOND KENTUCKY Omce over Climax Office with Jas B Mc Creary Second Street MILLERR AnORNBYTUr f BICBVOHD KBHTDCKT Office in the Bnrnam Building next door to rmeri National Bank i rfeb3ly AJ S1TLLIV ATTORNEVATLAI- VrnCIIMOND KENTUCKY Office over State Ban1 Tpist Qo t opr posite Court House on jC D M OHENAULT- ATTORNFASAT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen nlta grocery W R LETCHER 1 V Att01neyatLaw r RMIUOSD ErrucKY I Office with T J Smith Jr pver Covington Mitcliell8 TALBOT JAOSSON J ATTORNEYATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY aOffic la Prather Building Mal n street PETSI01ANS r DRS GIBSON GIBSON PHYSICIANS AND SUROEObS RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office in thr oe Ccilinl building iS and to Sec ond Street ore tVnite t old drugjtoie 31 HAS C HOOKER VETERINARY SURGEON Graduate Ontario Veterinary College Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty ATOffice at my stable on corner First and Water Streets Richmond Ky apr7ly E G JASPER M D Medicine and Surgery Office Prather Building Main Street Telephone at residence the Can place on Uroadway RICHMOND KENTUCKY EVANS jr m GW PHYSICIAN AND SunG EON RICHMOND KENTUCKY DENTAL SUHQBET Dt 0 3tktt tlnSQ EiT15T OPLOCUVIUB Kri- nTOfflce next door to Government Building RlcamSnd Ky O ice hourflr 9 to 121 to 4 norlTIy Dr Louis II Landman No 503 West Ninth Street Cincinnati Ohle will bo at Hotel Olyndon Rtchmond Ky on WEDNESDAY DEC 12 1900 returning Tery Becqnd Wednesday e ach mouth Reference every physician of Richmond Ky n aylly WANTEDACTiyB MAN OP GOOD CHAE acter to deliver and collect in Kentucky for old eatatyished manufacturing wholesale house J903 a yea sure pay Honesty more than experience ulred Our reference any bank any city Enclose self addressed atamped en velope Manufacturers Third Floor 331 Dear born St Chicago III 12sept4ra Our Goods AND Dur prices+ + + + Compel you to trade vvith jis when you give Us a trial jthB iiBD h3 VJ RP illmm I i UllEE rjThe ladies ca be deceived by catchy phrasesnor bombastic claims we have to say is we buy in the best markets of the world select the Ja youbuyyou the latest u pt9date goods Is that what you want If so trade with AND Snn + +CALL AT ++ + DlftlllSALOON PARLOR WkElf IM TOWN Coolest and most r fresh ng of drinks that can be fOUJld in the city are dispeose by ate and accommo dating clerks acali epwer Kii1 0 T s Phone 3 SeooridSt- icrEMON1 KZ TENtiI T AltO OIT J f g From a Reliable Source only can reliable goods be obtained For tI1fB reason we buy from manufact urerawlio produce the most thejnpst psr tct and the most reliable IW4Ts It TCETC regardless of the fact Mint goods alight ly less worthy can be bought from others at lesser figures We CKargendM6re anti our cuslomnrs can feel satisfied that nowhere else cvii tliey get such values F J YEAER ii lA 1 Rady J i 14 IjLInspection Call and inspect the handsome and attract jMensI JJOvercoats 3cI That has yJthe shop witha guaran tJt tee Call and examine rilyY A goods before purchasing elsewhere 5 1kSSTOUT fc THE TAILOR c G Fatrne r Hguic In U1tjn al Insure your dwellings barn ami other prop erty III the BLUB OKASS INSURANCE CCM PANYOIxinoctOnKYja home institution Gives protection agaiait FIFE LIGHTNING AND TORNADO t No assessment calls on members When losses Occur to other members and no initiation fee to become member ot company The cheapest and most reliable company for the peOple of our county now operating in the State arid gets cheaper every year falling to dityearFor on their agent and collector 8B B Black attorneyatlaw Richmond Ky office on Main Street opposite Court House next door to State Bank k Trust Company upstairs JHCABTEB Prcs mayllly O C B03WOBTH tietfy Greatest Bargains Ever Offere- dTH1CLIMAX1 1And The OHIO MEtCLEtELAND O Both One Year For 1 Tho OHIO FARMER Cleveland O is the best rtjrf cultural live stock market and home WBekljrtonriia1 In this c01in1F33 41or ovcry iflber of JM familyi fIt tclI liawr thefarm pnv und tin home Jt has 20 s every week Qf1ftl121 wages JoAticoih7lf fnnd reljablo market rA Larcest actual staff of practical editors niiilcorrrgpouden alt farmers It Always Stops kof Expiration Subscriptions yd No wide awakejrarmeii wll ho with out this great Iarmt journal U will pay for Itself time and agnin Add ess n t Ciiriiax Printing Go RiehmondKv PROMGFl T e1oa btit im stock Gr6cMJIw111 now de vote entire time to the Produced etBtisinesz4 Will more for Poultry1 EggsetcthaUanybous in certainly prove profitable t Yolk toget1pY prices he fQFin It- AoitrLJ this line GOTP Lt iOJRt u 1 n 8OROPERTYj 1 III tIe incipiency of tJlli world we tlt4nlbomnifilLminion ovcral tliu Varit h i iiifd over the fialiesjj the sea and pyer jho fowls of the air antlover everything that moved upon the earth hIItlHL aIUJ tJlfJlJJ t 1I1UQ1 n datipu pf mans dominion ovec externI btrallifotifanciful or visionary writers on this subject J tiiibgstherein ingefroinanAnd while the earth continued tiara of pppseIilbw8ltiat every onp tjok front the pulie stock to his own use such things as requiredlhwere then sufficient td answernil pur derhupsbeen potsible for mankind to have reo orpriweral61fupllfityih lilm Nor that this intec urse of applicablething but the stiisstance of the thing nor could it be extended to tho neces ally of it reasIJnfbCWhO right of possession continued for the same time PnIythiat1hieacbjfposegi- sloti lasted nius the jouuii was jii theIyettwlioever waSjin theiOccupation of any determined spot of him rest for shade or the like obtained for the time a kind of ownership from which it would have been unjust and contrary to the law ot iiatnro fb hays driven him by force but the instant lie quit ted the use or ocyupalion of it another might seize it without injustice But when mankind increased craft nod ant- bilrbn it became necessary totreat with hospitality notions of a mQre perma nent dominion and to assign lo individuals not the immediate use only but the very substance of the thing to be used Otherwise meniberless tumults must have arjjanLPp tbo Looil order of 1be world beeir viiii iiiiiitlly broken and disturbed n lilitrii variety df persons were Btriviiig who should get the first occupation of the same thing or disputing whiclrofthem hadTicually gained it SAs human life grew more and more purified or polished inanyaccpinmQda tlons were certain to render it more easy com motdious and agreeblIs habi tat ons for shelter and safely niiment for warmth and decency But no man would be at the trouble to provide either so long as he badonly nil usu fructuary property in them which Was to cease the instaift that he quitted pos session if as soon as he walked out of his tent or pulled off his garment the next stranger would have a right to in habit the one and to wear the other There can be no doubt but that mova bles of every kind became sooner set apart than the real durable solid soil i partly because they were more capable of receiving impressions of a long possession which might be continued for nionths together without any intelli gent hindrance and at length by loug1 continued praeliee ripen into an estab hislmedjigit9ut principally bccausa v be fit for us ou pnic tice till and meliorated by ithe bjfdilyryyjopof the one who holds possessions which bodily labor conferred upon dyubjecttiiuitlay Jrf common to all mpn is universally al lowed to give thefairest anil mbet rea s nable title to au exclusive property thorffuuS f The particular item of food was a more Jmmediale call and therefore n more earlier consideration Thtis that were not Contented witli tho vol unlary prodiictsbrtiie eartli BOught for a riioresolitl refresh inentinthe flesh of beasfg which they obtained by hunt in fThe rn pbrtant point Therefore the bjiok of Genesis the mustveperable move slmrlywithwith frequent instances of violent con itentiOjnsconccriiingjvells thoexclusive property of wlllch appears to have been established in the first digieror occapntit tcVclllu pac whcr the ground and herbage remained Jet in common Titus wo find gAbrahamwho was but a sojourner npsertiiiK his riglit Every woman loves to thhik of tIre toe when a iot Julia body all hisr own will nestle In her bfisftrn fat ptheyet there ii aWick Icloadhqyprir utlhetprc1 y picture In her mlr ferror TIe dread cfvUdb1rthik3 away much ofthejoyofmothsrhocMl And need Pot beSp sometime has been the rriarketwelrknown- and teeommended by physicians ji liniment called Moihers5 FtICI which makes chndblrUia3 staple sihi easy as nature Intended It It is i gthenlngpenotratlng Ifalrnenii whith the skin abso It gives the muscles elasticity and vigo1- prevents sore breasts pioralnglckr ness and the tc3of fiie M tlfeHa fltle Pa WeroI toeedMotherJ1rIefl- ogainI would obtall botUt Ua haJ to pitY peX bottle for it tGet Mothet Fried kt drstore Slptf bottle THE ERADflElfl KEGOATOa COor tUalttilG SWeQa for Otar free Ulotr tcd book Befer t IWY iJGru Jl ftoaAvell in the country of Abimelech and cxncting on oath for security be causn he had digged that well1 Abotitj ninety yours afterwards Isaac reclaimed this hill fathers property and after much contention with tho Phiiistines was suffered to enjoy it in peace AH this while the soil and pasture of the artb remained still In common as- befretind to every occupant ex c1tperhaps in the neighborhood tif towjpslwhere the necessity ofa sale and Delusive property in lands was earlier felt nnd tlier loro more reailily complied with Otherwise when the multitudes of men and cattle lied con nied every convenience on one spot uf ground it was deemed buta natural rlgjit to seize upon and occupy such r lands as would more easily sup Ply their necessities or wants We have atrikhng example of this In the tIephewLotse great that paature anti other con veniences grew scarce the natural consequence was that a strife arose between their servants soit was no lOner possible to dwell together Abraham endeavored to compose this contention thus Let there be no strife J pray thee between me and thee is not the whole land before thee Separate thyself I pray three fromnie If thou will take the left hand them I will go to the right or it thou depart to the right hand then will go to the left This plainly implies an acknowledged right In either to oc ctipv what even ground he pleased that was not preoccupied by otlier tribes- And Lot lifted up his eyes and be held all the plain of Jordqn that was well wartered everywhere even as the garden of tho Lord Then Lot chose him all the plain of Jordon and sojourned East and Abraham dwelt in the land of Canaan As the world grew by degrees more populous it daily became difficult to findout new scots to inhabit without Intruding upon former occupants and byconstantJy occupying this same in dividual pot the fruits of the earth were consumed and it voluntary pro ducts destroyed without any provision for future supply or success It there fore became necessary to pursue some regular metrod of providing a constant pruducedorthe art of agriculture by a regular lOn nection tool consequence introduced and established time idea of a more permanent property in the soil than adolltedtiwas nut produce her fruit in sufficient quaniti ties without the assistance of tileage or cultivation but who would be at time painsof cultivating it if another might watch an opportunity to seize upon and enjoy the products of his industry art anti labor Had not therefi re a separate property in land as well as movables been vested in some individ uals the world must have con tined a forest anti men have been mere animal of prey Whereas now FO graciously las Providence interwoven our duty aud our happiness together the result of this very necessity has been the ennobling of the human species by giving it opportunities of improving its rational as well as of exerting its natural faculties So necessity begat prop erty anti in orderto insure that property application was had to civil society which broucht along with it along train of inseparable concomitants or companions States government laws punishments and the public ex ercise of religious duties Titus connected together it was found thata part only of society was sufficient to provide by their manual labor for the necessary support of all and leisure was given to others to cultivate the hu man mind to invent useful arts and to lay the foundation of a collection of general principles or science O BKLLK ELLISOX- Bratsfield Ryo Oloriods Ne- wsoiTp1i Dr 3B Cargilo of Vlmaiuta I T HeT writes Iour bottles of Electric Bitters has cured Mrs Brewer of scrofula winch hid caused her great suffering for years Terrible sores would break out on her head and face and the best doctors could give no 1melpbtmtherctireis coin pleto and her health is excellent This shows what thousands have proved that Electric Bitters is tho best blood purifier known Its time 8uvremelentdY for eczema tetter llt rheum mcere boils and running sores It stimulates liver kidneys and bowels expels poisons helps digestion builds up the strength Only 50 cents Sold by Perry Thomas Druggist Guaranteed BRASSFI1Dtr JloKkilH J8 very fashionable now lt Mr Lewi Jo li neon of Bcrca was here lest week Several of otir citizens attended Jilcliinoiid court lastSv ek Mr fl B Ellison has been on the sick list the past two weeks Several people attended services at Viney iork church Sunday last The Little Folks have already com metfccd preparations lo entertuin Sapla Cl4ps Totld Bfos oUr enterprUine ine- rcbnittthuisplncare carrying bUR very largd business Mrtyy JJl Logl loA is not to be for gotton He t oJfs dealiiic iu mer chandise and Is pushing the buSintea whh success Woe into the quail or rabbit thai chanceth aun ss time hunters path rmppelll antI hunters are very plentiful and are always busy at their trade We would bc dellglited to hear from BetsyBrlnr ithwibeeii quite a while since we had the pleasure of reading otto of her Interesting letters Gome Betsy come He Ftwlcti Tke SNrgPe- aAll dociors told RentcX IlainilJon o West Jefferson Oiker BUfTfcrihs li tndnths frprn Rectal FiBtuIn hI wotllc aiteunleasaco6ty oporailpn waxippr formed but he cured hlniw3lfvitli Uv tmNut Bucklead Aitoltiw fenltf thi lQ1lttlit tIt tMI icti ltf t1lYc JuUwWUriiI WM IfItct 1r 4 consumption is destruction of lung bya growing germ precisely as mouldycheese is destruction ofcheese by a growingcrm- Ifyou kill the germ you top the consumption You can or cant according to vhen you begin Take Scotts Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil = take a little it first It acts as a food it is the easiest food Seems not to be foodmakes you hungryeating is comfortable You grow strong er Take more not too much enough is as muchas you like andagrees with you Satisfy hunger with usual food whatever you like and agrees with you When you are strong again have recovered your strengththe germs are dead you have killed them- If you have not tried It send agreeabletaste SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409 Pearl St New York SOc and 1OO all druggists BLOOD ATONEMENT OR MURDER IN THE MORMON CHUCH Ae we have already hinted at blood atonement another foul thing practiced liy this only orthodox church on earth They claim the right to tumor tier all unbelievers mid those who apnstailzt from the church in order to save the soul In reality it is to pet them out of the way Dead men tell no secrets Notwithstanding the fact their missionaries all deny the practice of this doctrine Here is a paragraph from John D Lee leader of the Mountain Meadow massacre which will ex plain Mormon teaching on this subject One of tim objects of the reformation was to place the Priesthood in possession of every secret and crime that had been committed by a matt of the church These secrets were obtained in this WilY A meeting would he railed omo church loader would make a speech defining the duties that the people owed to tilt 1riesthood and Instructing the people why it was necessary that the Priesthood should con trol time entire acts of the people and it was pieacheil that to keep nack any fact from thd knowledge of the Priesthood was all unpardonable sin Afierotie or moro such discourses the people weie called upon liy uuuie commanded to rise from their seams and standing in the uikltt of the congregation 10 pub licly confess their eliot K time lOU fesfciuu was not full situ complete it was also made time lute of the members of the church or any one of them who knew that the party confessing had committed n crime which imo had not divulged it was then to be made known by the party knowing the same Unless time party then contested a charge was preferred against him or her for violation of the covenants and unless full confession and repentance immediately followed the stolid member was to be slain for the remission of his tins it being taught by the leaders and be lieved by the people that the right thing to do with the sinner who did not repent anti obey tim council was to take jIm life of the oUendiug party and thus save his everlasting soul This was called blood atonement Mor lOon Ibm Unveiled pp 281 President Brigham Young said I could tell you of many men who have beert justly and righteously slain for their sins When you hear my breth ren talk of cutting people oil from the earth you must consider that it is to save their so all making an atonement by their blood If It in necessary to spill his blood on the cronnd in order to save huts soul you out to nplll it I have known men who have apostat ztl from his church that now have no Chance for salvation but if their blood had been spilled it would have made an atonement fur their eine null their souls saved by it There lire slims that can ho atoned for by the offering of a lamb or a dove as In ancient days But there are sins that must he atoned for jy the transgressor and that alone can make the atonement ttJournlll JJ pp 2I92QDarls pp 104 Time instrument for accomplishing this end was calmed thin Uauite band that infamous instrument ot the church for the Mcterpatioa of apostasy Listen to Mrs Calhoun an escaped Mormon Doubtful members are tched closely by a band of organized police called danltes I have known many to stall hut soon a party of danltes would start In pursuit Generally they are pursued and never heard of zainQuoted by Rev S J S Davis pp 79 Here is a statement coming from Judge CradelbauRh which will explain the Mountain matsacro Sitting aa a committing magistrate complaint alter complaint was made t before me of murders and robberies among these I may mention as pecul iarly and shockiruly prominent the murder of Forbes the assassination oJ the ParishV nnd Potter of Jones ant lila mother of time Aiken party of whicl there were six and worse and dark vat in this appalling catalogue th cowardly Isold blooded butchery nnt S robbery nil the Mountain Meadow A I that time tlMfc Mill Uy fkll gbwtl tit t tift lKItIt ctN iii nb r M1wstl cli =Qftlll f1lt Japl1 l 1 hopeless victims of the Mormon creed Mormonism Unveiled pp 30 Mr John D Lee says they held a council before leaving the Frene and it was agreed that the man who divulged the secret should die he was to be killed wherever he was found for trea son to the men who killed the emi grants and for treason III his church No man was at liberty to tell his wife or anyone else nor weie the brethren permitted to talk of it even among themselves Such were tbeordrrs and instructions from nri ham Young down to time lowest in authority Mor Uu pp200- Bllt where shall this doctrine stop Brigham Young tells us tlUttthere is not a man or woman who violates the covenants ma tie with their Cod in the temple that will not be required to pay the debt The blood of Christ will never wipe that out your own blood must atone for it3 Jour dls 247 TIme above language is perfectly clear when we remember what wo learned about Mormon Infallibility in the Priesthood That they are the living oraclts of God tt In their theology wo read Hearken 0 yopeo fIe of my church Thought time heavens and the earth pass away my word shall not pass away but shall be ful fined whether by mine own voice OP by the voice of my servants it is the same Doc and Coy 138 Comp684 Again President J M Grant saul Then what ought this meak people who keep the commandments of God to do unto them Kay said one they ought to pray to the Lord to kill them I want to know if you wish tilt Lord to come down and do nil your dirty work for you Many of the Latter Day Saints will pray and petition and supplicate time Lord to tba thousand things they themselves would be ashamed todoWhen a wan pray for a thing lie ought to be willing to perform it himself Quoted by ArI Schroeder Again listen to Apostle J M Grant II say that there are men and womeu whom I could advise to tin tothe Presi dent immediately and ask him to ap point a committee to attend to their case and then let a place he selected and let that committee shed their blood Wu have those among ns that are full of all mannerof abomination those whit need to have their blood shed for water will not do their sins are too deep a the4 J and D 4J Quoted bv Schroder Again listen to Apostle II C Kim bell Do vou want to shed the blood nf my brethren and sisters or to see it shed No anti neither do you unless the Holy Ghost dictates for ns to shed the blood of our enemies This can bo done only through the Mormon Priesthood When it is just as right as it is lor us to partake of the sacremRiit 20 Mil Star 64 Quoted by Schroeder Mr Schroeder also calls attention to tho murder of Dr Robinson thb cause unexplained except he had a contest with Brigham Young over a piece ot land Also the murder of Isaac Potter and Chas Wilson whose slayers were turned out of custody and later the only witness against them John Wilson wax Eockwells statement to assassinate Gov Boggs for the part he took in the Mormon expulsion from Missouri ii still remembered by some The con fessions of Bill Hickman to scores of murders as the destioying angel oC Brigham Young has not entirely passed out of history The murder of Ros moa Anderson for adultery and the at tempt on William Laney also may be mentioned as fruit of this doctrine These notes and quotations are only a part of the matter on this line But I believe I have made quotations enough to prove my position but if any man is in doubt I think I can produce enough to convince him if he can be convinced Study all EONAILD L KYLES Star pp 200 By the way some one may pick up a few small sums by wagering that Mc Kinlev has not yet been reelected The electoral college has not met yet you know and there is nothing in the laws to prevent its choosing somebody else when it does However most men would be willing to give a good dod for Macs chances CoIetlLook Is it coated P Then you have a had taste in your mouth every morning Your appetite is poor and food dis tresses you You have frequent headaches and are often dizzy Your stomach is weak and your bowels are always constipatedSTheres an old and re liable cure Yf I Pkil- Dont take a cathartic A dose and then stopBet 1 ter take a laxative dose 1 each night just enough to I cause one good free move- followingYou I very next day Your yourIyour headaches pass away t your tongue clears up your liver acts well and your bowels no longer give you trouble PriMM Miito AM nictM I bars MAyrs Tltla for M yeirt ml MruMer them the best Kadfe OM pin doN mo more good I tI JDM I 5i1Jt L Ii Ic3R1NItb 10 J LOoK READ Since our advent into business it has been our constant effort to bring to our patrons all articles of Al 1 Morris Chairs Rockers s1Roman Chairs Pedestalsfr 4 ChildrentsChairs Rockers and Beds- Couches of NigbtCS iX ee so Qg Q e To The Climax In a editorial in your paper of a late date you spoke if not of the report of the popula Lieu of Madison countyas shown by time census to be 25607 In my opinion there are In Madison county 30000 There were cast at tho late Presiden more than 6100 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 ore to register antI Adding these sums the voting popu lation of time county would be at least 6300 If then there be only 25007 in habitants in the county there would be one voter of age of 21 years out of every four a pro PI tlon in time high est dcgrcesimprobable The usual and accredited Is one to live and by this tho county have 31500 people resid ing in its borders I have now before mo the election returns from other counties but feel quite sure their suggested of one to five will be found a closer mation to the true results The growth from the census of 1890 to 1900 in Madison shows an increase of like 1100 the birth rate line largely been In excess of time death rate during that period and liy into the county of Madison from other nnd States the reported increase would be easily accounted for The towns and villages in Madison have certainly grown whatever may be of Itichmonil Berea must have a of 800 to 1000 This paper is not intended to be a leflectlon on the worthy who were in thi last census They did the best could no doubt but all such must be neces sarily B infringes a patent If it in fringes any claim of iv patent and as patents sometimes have many claims so each claim in to be by it self on this question of The claim of a patent is therefore the vital part By Its the patent must stand or fall The patents through E Paterit Lawyer D C are always broad and valid as atten tion Is paid to the claims Any old will not answer in his ofliuea all the talk of the decadence of time merchant marine of the United States there may be some at the statement that the United States stand fieconl among time nations in the tonnage it has afloat It is exceeded only by lireat Initain and 10 subsIdy bill is likely to enable it to pass that country Digests you eat It digeststbefood and a1d Nature in and recon organs Itis the latest discovered digwt antand tonic No other Can apiroacb it la its untly relieves tnd Sour JJMW1Ir FURNITURE as as could be p elsewhere and a comparison of and price is now ItThe very latest can now be found at our store also a large of the necessities Special values It in Diningroom Bedroom Furniture Sfe our ITIOLIDA Y t Line of Tables Fabourettes Indian I Stools Plate Racks Easels etc Our I Department has not been t a stock of the t- t newest Mouldings just Ask t- It for before purchasing frames G A large assortment of I PRINTS and Courteous treatment all gM AND E U 30 4 I Frames Mirrors Racks Ladies Desks 1IeJwww Undertakers Supplies carried and v specialty under of Mr Brown iJo s1 JOPLIN TELEPhONE Dayfl fJIeIe lIeIl xerf e 0 9 short cheerfully boastfully inhabitants inhabitants tialelection unnaturalized the generally proportion proportion would proportion approxi something Now immigration counties said population gentlemen enumerators they imperfect Anything considered interpretation procured GSiggers particular claim After surprise what artificially strengthening Btructlcg algestlTe preparatt efficiency It II i ItAt reasonable prices qualities urged things supply offered and Picture overlooked complete prices PLATINS CARBONS assured NfUMBER I Mouldings rictures1 I HaU JardmereStands1 UNDER direction Milward e enumerations iiifringment Washington obtained received R IllMQIO11flJt lI9Qae VIiXTGe KodolDyspepsia permanentlycuteS VIGOR IMEI MAGNETIC NER VINE WritteaLasIijsITatthgpriceTheFor sale by Stockton k Hagan Druggists deci9ly What Tat Ourtoor does Is to give the fairest tht most unbiased the clearest concretion oftile momentous occurrences which are shaping the worlds history today This weekly combines the functions- of the newspaper and ofan illustrated magazine and discusses politics religion education economics liters lure oDd arNcw York Tim s R1rl he OUTLOOKIVMAN ABHOTT S HAMILTON W MABIE EDITORS during the months of November December and January will appear a series of ten autobiographical papers fro- mrooc1 T0Whiigtntelling the romantic story of his life frombirth in a Virgfinn slave cabin to the eminent position which he holds as the builder and head of Tuskegee Institute and the honored and trustt J leader of the colored race in this countfyr i Every Reader of This Peeper will surely be interested in Mr Washingtons story and as a special offer in order to intro duce THE OUTLOOK to new THE OUTLOOK for the three months above mentioned It the special price 01twenlyfive cents reguiir price seventyfive centI providing the name of this paper THE OUTLOOK tells the story of world every week in short clear laborsaving paragraphs Address Subscription Department B THE OUTLOOK 87 Fourth New York City A BOON TO MANKIND DRTABLERS BUCKEYE 1 H PILE SeSxSSJ tu1rrIucm cnrimmmrlIcva rtj F JSijt A New Qiscovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAINT CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBES BY MAIL 75 CENTS BOTTLES 50 CENTS JAMS F BALLA8B Sole Proprietor WMortlUWs street ST LOUISUI For sale by PERRY THOMAS Druggiststiilb1y r r4 7I I ij 1 LBXINGT H INVE TMENT UU1 Ill 7Irs au Ior veryii + o Dollar invested tBranch office frt rotxrljtS tE ovtf Jojpfen s futnittitc stcic- L P TOtitSMGR Th 4vf c4P yTIi i i 1T tprTr1 J ntSJDwsthO9 J The Richmond Climax J o CHENAULT Proprietor lIIILDRgerrHOS H WEDNESDAY DEO 19 1900 1OtUlaurU XVKKY WCDNKS1IAY Ill ffhQ Climax Printing Goo LclD- EMOCRATIC Kll YKAR 150 TICKET pon coojrry jcixia BTJP1N TOR COONTT ATTORNEY J TEVIS COJJB tOI fHEDPP r JOHN F WAGERS Yo L JAMBS a LAOKBY FOR CLERK JESSE CODB IOB ESPnKSBXTATIY- HCUAS L BEARCY SCHOOL SUPBniXTEXDEXT J y GIt to oJ FOR ASSESSO- ftGEOUOENOLAND tY0RSP nOOK pot COaOHBB t CLIFF SAMUELS ANNOUNCEMENTS Ton CITT ATTORNEY We authorized to announce J TALBOT JACKSON a candidate for reelection to the office or City Attorney subject to the action ol the Democratic party We are authorized to announce A C WELLS a candidate for the nomination of City Attorney subject to the action ot the Demo ciatte party- BgTwEN Emperor Bill anti tho Eng lish army hold ing down each end of his hut President Kruger la between the devil and the deep blue sea Like unto the Son of Man he hath no place to lay his hondo It appears that it will eventually be left to the ravens to bare for him after tho manner of Elijah HUMAN nature of all qualities has undergone leesTcifanse with tim process of time It was the Rama in the days of Abraham Isaac and Jacob as at this dawn of the twentieth century Apro pos of thjp one hundredth celebration of the removal of the capitol from Philadelphia to Washington which was duly observed last week it will be interesting to know that when the change of eltes was first buggested by Washington eome people wuro epiicful enough to Bay that the Father of his Country advisod this move because ii would enhance tho value of his proper ty at Mt Vrrnou MiBt man in nil history has IHCII freft from the chanie of uiUnstiil motives 1e bar none ever wil Humanity is proof against It A IMVMISKST farmer Iiiw suggested to us tIt we urge the necessity of nil tillers of the soil regardless of politi cal atlinity uniting in an effort to pre vent the prices of farm produce and eotmiKNlitiee from being regulated by parties who have ttolhiiiK whatever to do with their production This is the evil sideof the trust and hows np that institution jn a most iiiienvlablq light Through a combination of capital which controls the market the price of the yield of the earth is fixed far below its real Value mid leaves no compensa tion to its owner fur the toil and ex pense incurred in raising and bringing forth his crop to maturity Such a state of affairs can not last forever the farmer will eventually bo forced to the wall and then where will commerce ifandboth The country and its future depends on him should he be crushed out of existence by the gigantic corporations that daminate and inevitably lower the value of his produce bus ness will be at a standstill and tho wlieels of indJstry clogged So for the jrixid and tho protection of the farmer we would advise an organization of the agricultural element to fight against this curtailing of their bread and meatit Like Mr Bryan though at of politics wo shall ever continue to battle for our liberties and for what we believe to be right And the trust has got to go else we shall be forced to surrender our proud title to tha inde pen ellle and freedom our fathers won un bloody Revolutionary fields Clh BrorCo1 I I LEXINGTON KY e U= Can BE=Z u can be easy In your mind and fwpn your purse if You will visit our Holiday StocKm SOFA PILLOWS 1 PIANO SCARFS MANTEL DRAPES SEWING TABLES WORK TABLES SCREENS I EASELS J500 PICTURES See25c 50c 75cr t t assortment Hear ourMusic Boxes Sseour TurkishRoom Visit the LeatherDisJ play C1F1BrowerC I I I MAIN AND EAI t Lt j i0 r t = f A SQuABBLE will now ensuo among the Bluegrass Republicans for CoSimis sloner YerKes vacant seat at Danville Gen Dan Collier is prominent among those tipped as probable winners His performance at Frankfort Jast winter In purchasing enough rice to swell the Mississippi over its levees for the con sumption of Taylors army may be deemed a meritorious performance and orthy of reward by some but in our it should exclude him forever from any handling of finances Coiw Brutus Ji Clay and David G Colson p timetacewill liave no weight Mr Bland Ballard b y right of fitness and prior service is Clearly entitled to the honor For years under various administrations he haslbeentlTe moving spirit in the Cotw hisirecord there should win for him the promotion On merit and desert he would certainly win but mom Influential men than he happen to covet the probably handofsoMitWe 1iartily congratulate him Since Ite QI1missonership of R vennesh must go to a Republican we know cf no one we would rather see holding down time job than tho gentleman named It was repeated reiteratedg during the campaign that was a gentleman of the flrst water oven all the Democrats conceded this In interlcctnal attainments and scholarly ability it is likewise admitted that he has few superiors and ho will fit hiso new dignity like tIme paper on the wallo His handsome presence will add to the official board at Washington and even his habit of being given to the vain adornment of lila person will now reflect credit on his taste and be of use to him as he elbows among the tiaras and societyillsloss of the Uovernorship in Kentucky for his new position is nearly ofequal prestige to tho one he lost and is much more reniiinerativewith chances galore of turning innumerable tricks on the side We prophesy he will speedily put the traditions of Chesterfield to Mianio and even outshine that glass of fashion and mould of form time famous Bean lirunimel of lamented memory A NEW book will soon be out on the Public Utterances Mark Hanna compiled by some admirer of the Senator doubtless at thelatters instigation fever a man was tickled to death at the sound of his voice that man is Mr Hanna Narcissus admiration of his race was as nothing beside it The only disappointment connected with tho matter is the reflection of what pleasure and fame he has missed by iiriiling his voice so late in Hie Had the discovery been made ten or twenty years sooner lima fame as an orator miuht defy time itself In security of lusting perpetuity However better late than never During the campaign 1m wore oil the virgin edge of his vocals and got over his maiden modesty in order so to speak to tight his countrys battles on the floor of the Senate Last week he made the effort of his life on the subject of the Subsidy Bill So much did ho have tho matter to heart that his oration abounded in wets gintruth and facts A tits conclusion he sat down panting and satisfied de luged with a perfect shower of flowers boqucts and diamond rings It remains to be seen how fat he will go Give him rupeiNo compromise with dishonor was the famous dispatch with which Henry Wattereon electrified the nation lour years ago The same words aud senti ments exPres Harrison the noblest Roman of them all is now thundering in time ears of the Republican Congress at Washington It Is all occurring over tIme Shipping Subsidy Bill the most outrageous measure presented by the party in power for the considers tlon of Congress since their last the Porto Rican Tariff Bill lit plain English it is a steal call it what you will that fact remains and no govern ment can pretend to bo by the people of the people and for the people that countenances and permits a bill so In imicablc to the peoples interests to become a law It is really nothing more tfian taking tithes from the poor to gorge the pockets of the rich and yet it goes under the name of patriotism Gen Harrison is one Republican the majority cannot bulldoze and boldly siys in this question when it comes to dividing the sheep from the billy goats and the hull dogs from the terrlersput me on the othert Ide He belongs 0 the old school of Abraham Lincoln and is not for sale on the bargain counter like his modem political brethren Virtue was incorruptible end honor could not be bought and sold in those jlays of simplicity and manhood statesmen workciflionestly for the voc d of all andthe common weal was the ob- Ject they attained Nowadays they toil not neither do they spin in purple arm d fine linen they do gorgeously bedeck themselves and are out for Coin first and principle last Verily things have changed since Betsy died A FELL blow to Gov Mount was Gov Thomas refusal to honor lila requisi tion It has thrown a damper over the closing days of his authority In the State of Indiana His bigotry nnd regal sway there is now to be short lived for in a few weeks he is to give way to a successor whom we trust will not follow Mr Mounts precedent The exit of tho latter gentleman from the chair of state we are certain will cause no convulsion iu the city of Lidianap oils nor its vicinity Time earth will tremble not neither will any stars shoot from their spheres the heavens rriJl not Ibe shrouded In black as poets would fain have us believe they have been on the departure of a hero aud time rocks bard hearted varleis will shed no tears Tho trees will not hang their heads in silent sorrow and as to tho Kim ho Will lay abedas long and show as jillyufaeet1ie iiox mbrning as on the same day fn any mouth or yeareittier before or since Thus man passes away his name and recollection hisfvery monument becomos a ruinBpt wo hasten wo mean not to record Gov Mounts obituary nor would we con sign him to a permanent grave We sincerely trust that years of grace ray be granted him in which to repent his misdeeds had most p rUcukry time lieinous sin Of upholding tnmi refisors of the law and liielding tile guilty from puntsIiBi nt With pAy 1Mc1MwyWii 1 li r+ u Idirt iJ F f z r UNWEPT uuhoimorednnd is Republican rule In IeDtuckyiOn last Tuesday when Governor Dcckhaui w as formally inaugurated into office It died a hard though natural death and the brief spun of years during which its martial tread stalked raw pant throughout our borders shall soon bo only a memory and nothing more Of what consequence says the worthy Pliny is it that individuals appear or make tneir exit since the orld is merely a theatre whoso scenes itan d actors are continually changing Never spake philosopher more cor rectly and we marvel that such a truth eo tiuldmankind not laid it more to heart Sage follows in the wake of sage one hero steps out of the triumphal car to make ay tor time hero who succeeds himand of the proudest monarch it is only said he slept with his father and his sue coesor reigned in his stead So Brad ley and Taylor and time administrations thereof have become part and parcel of K dientuckysturo and grandeur their acts shall re n stainthe morning Democracys young n has forged to the front and the ys of peace and prosperity scintilla thugall ere Jong banish the clouds of de p tirCS8iOnlawlessness whith under the two pre c ex cutives had begun to ather and hover oyer the ancient hunt ing grounds of Boono and Kenton And now may the Goddess of Plenty cornucopia In hand be tho protecting and tutelar deity of our land may nil ood things be added unto us and way ur ways bo ways of pleasantness and ur paths paths of peacebllioiiTEonsxEss exalteth a nation has for many years in this fast age of ours been confined literally to its veree and chapter between tho closed lids of our Bibles with an occasional airing as an oppropriato motto at Sunday School festivals but of late it is beginning to b e proven that this excellent sentiment is not dead but sleeping Not only in time borough of Manhattan have modern Ieter the Hermits arisen to urge the teeming millions to figure lively put on the sign of the cross and uattle against the snares and pitfalls of t his most fleshly world but the Initia tlemovement is being widely followed from shore to shore Though it seems that the world is more wicked today than ever before it is not really 60 It is only because of the improved facilE ties for gathering news that a man for five cents may have before him each morning a catalogue of all the crimes of Christendom Be that as it may it yet remains that time powerof darkness as bold as Miltons Satan and insidious as Byrons Lucifer as with the cun ming of Goethes Jlethistopheles is still stalking about as a roaring hiorI seeking whom he may devour this hydraheaded cobra called sin the men and women of this modern crusade are endearing to oust from his place and hold on humanity They cannot be successful in their efforts without individual action for on the silent forces has liming the result of every con flict since time time of Adam So we urge every oue to fall into line in this commendable mission that by hearty concerted action we may place the stars aud stripes foremost among the Christian nations of time earth and for ood works most prominent of all Let us earn fromVia Crusis that the cause of God dwells not in the stones of any city yen the most holy city of all but that the place of Christs suffering is in mens sinful hearts and the glory of his resurrection is the saving of asoul from death into everlasting light refresh ment and peace NINE days wonders come thick and fast in these uptodate times Truly tho public is in a condition to be prepared for anything The defalcation of a trusted bank official is followed closely by the discovery of a sanctified minister in uncommon close proximity te an other mans wife wars and rumors of wars train robberies assassinations of monarchs are becoming common and into such a state of credulity soil nonchalance is our cosmopolitan popula tion falling that should an extra of the New York Herald announce the bona fide death of the man in the moon it would create no especial surprise and would be speedily forgotten in tho usual nine days Yellow journalist is largely responsible for the gullibility and the consequent unbelief and cynic ira of the American people At the commencement of onr war with Spain our estimable city dailies got out an extra for every event from the death of a mule to the loss of a pack saddle Many of their glories furnished by en- terprisinG correspondents proved to be the rankest fakes at first the public swallowed these yellow tales but so many times were thoy deceived that at length like the shepherds in the fable tho cry of wolf attwcted little alter tion The evil ot this system of jour nudism is plainly apparent real events are so indiscriminately mixed with imaginary ones that tho importance of major items are sometimes overlooked owing to their proximity to minor hanpenings which are blazoned to the world in all the glory of fortyeight point type For example the recent Galveston disaster whoso equal in horror has seldom been known was overlooked for days in the North because of incredulity This was asevere lesson to the yellow journals for they lost heavily in the sale of papers and will prove a beneficial experience to them Facts are what tho people want and pay for The fairy tales of Grimm are at hand with which to indulge their sense of the impossible MR BRYAN ON TIlE CAUSES OF HIS FEAT In a statement of the reasons for ii recent defeat Mr Bryan continues exhibit hiscustomary cheerfulness and carelully analyzes the influences that 1u1TimEsNorth American Review to money war and better times meaning by money not the Ireosilver isnue but a too liberal use of Republican campaign funds Mr Bryan lays considerable emphasis on what he terms the ille ultimate use of money bj the Jtepub lican party during the campaign He says IJ The Republicans linda great advan tage in having a far c c ll fund Th ore are erlllnfllgttmlte usns which may be made of money In a campaign Money Befidedtoribo circulation of lIt r tiiro for the traveling expenses of speakers for securing preliminary pdlls arid for getting the vote register ed and polled For all this legitimate work the Republicans bad plenty of money whilethe Democrats had very little Time Republjcaes were also able to UbIlra1votersiMtMww aii kftwa where pww r u JIIiWooIf r uWpmavs Work is Never Done The constant care causes stceptcssniss loss of apjclikcxfrcinc nervousness And Hud tired feeling Bat A wonderful change comes when Hoofs SaisapnHa isl iaen R gives pure rich blood good ppeiilesieady nerves Xooc13 Sipua aitir lrrFf1nu ckets wore furnished for long dis tance rime Democrats were not inn position either to secure passes or to pay for transportation TimEs advantage al reonosu ciitin close Legislative districts It is impossible at this time td calculate the effect of colonization or to the extent to which votes were purchased by the rect payment of money or bv employ mont for political work There are in ances where as much as fivo hundred dollars was ottered for one man for his political services fora few days No time need bo wasted in the con mmnation of time illegitimate use of money No one will attempt to defend colonization of voters the employment of repeaters or the purchase offrv hmlintwhy such large campaign funds are now used by time Republicans and how such funds are collected together with the remedy to be employed for the pro tection of the public against the improper use of money in the elections ime magnitude of the fund which cane collected depends upon the interest which the great corporations fuel in the result and upon the imminence of tho danger to the privileges which they are c mijoylogarime peoples decision on tho question of imperialism maintains Mr Bryan WItS lately due to the that it vscrossing a stream The advantage which accrues to3n Administration while a war is in progress is an estima ble one Then toO they were led to support the Administration by time plea t hat time insurrection must be suppressed before any plan could be adopted for dealing with the Philippine qiies tion They refused to believe that the Republican leaders contemplated an imperial policy he declares continuing Hope of relief is to be found first in tIme fact that a full development of the Republican scheme will alienate independent Republicans who are de voted to time principles of their fathers and who have thus far been deceived as to Jho purpose of Republican loaders i and second in the fct that an imperial career will impose increasing bur dens upon tho taxpayers and thus1 alienate those Republicans who can liIreached only through time purse The same greed which has already led ton violation of the promise made by General JIHes to the Porto Ricans and which is leading to a surrender of the Declaration of Independence in order to force our sovereignty over the Filipinos is likely to lead to a repudiation of the pledgo made to Cuba A joint resolution passed by Congress will hardly restrain a party which scoffs at traditions and disregards the limitations of time Constitution The most influential cause of the Ro publican victory says Mr Bryan was tile lear of change lie adds The fear of change is merely n po litical expression of the conservatism which to a greater or less extent exists in every person This fear was Increased bv the fact that tho country for time last few yearshas been experiencing a reason from time panic which occtmrre under time last Administration and this fear was still further aggravated bythe threats of the financiers I have seen letters written by bank officials during the campaign refusing to loan money for time time belpg but promising accommodation in case of Republican success It is dIfficult to estimate the influence ot the pressure that can brought by time banks upon their ors for most business men ate compelled to borrow and a failure upon the part of the banks to extend loans might mean the closing up of business at a great sacrifice That time freesilver issue was the chief cause of his defeat Mr Bryan roo fuses to admit lie says on this sub ject To consider this election as decisive of time money question would be as absurd as to have regarded the election of 1896 as decisive on the taritfquestion It would be more reasonable to regard the late election as conclusive upon the question of imperialism or upon the trust question both of which were discussed more by onr people than iiImoney question Bat as a matter fact an election 13 hot necessarily con elusive upon any questionIf any person is disposed to believe that the campaign of 1000 turned upon the money question let him watch He seedresult as au endorsement of Republl can policies upon several other objects limo increased production of gold lat lessened thustraiu upon cold and has to some extent brought the relief which Democrats proposed to bring in a hare el measure by time restoration ot silver but there ia no assurance whatever that the gold supply even with the non discoveries will be sufficient to main taut the level of prices Favorable CO ditious have given us an abnormal share of tho worlds supply of olJi but the scarcity of time yellow metal abroad is already leading to the expon of gold while tho iiitrouso in tho 1sa nil of banknotes evidence that we a still short ot motley hero Tho Repub licuns defend the gold standard not b betteYtOgc li standard will loose its charm hafabeenlies time deep and lasting struggle b tween human rights aud inhnmaifgreed If gteed triumphs its victory will transform our government into a plu Larfbarisn1 PERSOrsAL t xingtoIlastweekV Dr L H Blanton is in Chicago ojn business t Dr Velby W Burgin has returned from Crab Orchard Mia Ida Park of Irvine visit aft friends here last week e Mr SaUfley lingua of LancasterrJted friends hero Sunday Sfre D M Chenault anmi children a II visiting ML StenIjngwatii Mtse fetello Poynt is utmomo fro f JrIJgiiao V ifromNew York for the holidays Miss Mary Campbell guest of her sister Mrs James Deatherago Mr William Laud of NJcholasville visited college friends hrolast week Miss Nell Mershon lias returned tot Stanford after a pleasant visit to friends iiercMrs A liollFus Burnam Ot Frank fort is the guest of Richmond rela Lives 1 J I ItMiss Jennie Parkes has gone toTexas pna severaL mont hs jisit to friends there M isies Kathrina Blantc n and Lynn have frejuVn iifrpinftisitt Paris rr it b S Col J Stone Walker and wifo were uislered at the St Nicholas in Cin tmimati Dr Duckuiasler was among the Richmond representatives at time inauguration Mesdames J W Watts and R C Stockton were among Saturdays visi tors to Lexington g Mrs Carinda Berry of Frankfort is Visiting Mrs Nannie Guess at Mrs Karr8 or Ihighstreet1 Mr VtnL Bybeo of Central Uiil versify has gone to Georgetown to remain until Christmas Mr James 8 Crutcherjbas returned om a bunting tour neighbor oud of Crab Orchard Miss Bessie McGinn of Versailles is visitini her sisters Mesdames Jnp R Pates and Grant E Lilly Miss Sarah Keene Shackolford is at home from a visit to Mrs Carryton M Woodburyat Middlesboro Miss Jenrie and Lucy Arnold of Lancaster have returned borne after a visit to Mr andMrsT E Arnold Mr Geo T Taylor leaves this week ur Celest Texas where ho will spend months with friends and rela tIcs Mr Harry bchlegel of New Nork is isitln his parents Mr and Mrs Louis Schlegel after an absence of several years Mrs MitS Cohen accompanied by Mfes Nannie Cohen of Versailles is spending time week at Crab Orchard Springs We are very glad to annouce that Miss Kathleen Poyntz is out of danger and is now rapidly recovering from her recent severe illness Mr and Mrs S Neville Moberley to the delight of their many friends have returned from Versailles to make Rich moud their permanent home Miss LIzzio Cohen a popular brunette of Niuholasville who has often been a visitor here has received an nppoint ineut in the Census bureau at Washing tOilllr W E Muncey hold down the position of Mr W P1 Garrett Agent Adams Express Co at Winchester several days last week during the latters illness The ladies of tho C W B M were charmingly entertained by Mrs Ellen V Gibson Thursday afternoon in honor of Mrs W R Lloyd Elegant refreshments were Served and a delightful time enjoyed- Mr and Mrs Charles E Smith arid daughter Miss Florrie were over from Lexington a few days last week After time holidays Misses Florence Chenault and Elizabeth Taylor will pay Mrs Smith an extended visit Tho engagement of Miss Katherine Brouston daughter of lion C J Bron ston of Lexington is announced to Mr Guy Scott Warren of St Louis Miss Brouston is very well known here where she has frequently visited nnd is a beautiful accomplished and viva prominenldMetropolis and is said to be a most excellent and deserving gentleman The wedding will occur in February The round of Christmas gayetics far Bluegrass society will begin Christmas Eye at Lexington when the L A C entertains at Merrick Lodge with a Saxton dance Tuesday tho Sufolas o thoIwill furnish the music and for Wednesday the Sterling Club of Mt Sterling has issued invitations for a Saxton Hop So there will be no dearth of uayety during the holiday u MARRIED FtultABunsswtThme enpsRCtnent of Mr John M Farm to Miss Jennie Ballon Btirnsldc Is announced The wedding will occur January 20 Both are wellknown and popular young people of Lancast- erV1cEflBTyn Last Thursday evening witnessed time nuptials of Mr Robert Walker and Miss Mary Baxter The ceremony wits performed by tileI Rev H G Turner of the M E church at tho home of tho bride who is time daughter of the late Tyler Baxter JJrJ Walker is a well kMn and widely Ipopulat2rcCk EDMiLiiiox Mr Jake ilc Cord crud Miss Annie MUHpn were nlnlby1Heprosperous enterprising yoimng farmer amid his bride who Sstho daughter of Mr Thomas Milliouof Million Station la in excellent VOUIIK woman We wish them all prosperity and lmzip- prCnuTcmiEaNIcoLOn ness Decomber 13that Kansas City Dr Lewis S Crotchet was united in time bonds of matrimony to Miss Edith Klcpl The ceremony was performed by Rev SW CJrtitcher father of tho groom assisted by Rev Geo II Combs Miss Nicol is a most worthy and charming yonn laJy Of Independence Mo Mr Crutchor Is related to time Cratcher fatuity of this county Beware of Ointment for Catarrh That Contains Mercery as rnurcury will surely destory the senses or smell and completely derange the- whollfllyslem when entering it throach the mucous surfaces Such articles should never be uteri except on re ecrintious from roputablo physictnnsaa damage thor will do is ten fold to the good you can possibly derive from them Hulls Catarrh Cure manufact tired by F J Cheney Cu Toledo O contains no mercury and Is taken in ternally acting directly upon time blo l and tnucons surfaces of time system In buying Halls Catarrh Cure be sure YOU get tho genuine It is taken in ternnllv and made in Toledo fiblil by druggist price 76c per bottle hails Family Pills are the best thribetterlnntllives of its victims Old ago has no tqrrora for the Jap anese woman to whom it bribfcn only added honors l Learning lltA hISady tkIngbuviy- ot was wotnax ter3 solely be8M hiwaers4ite There never 8811 man who con quered adversity wituoiit becothlng a strollgerantl hotter fellbw f S I t Ready ForIf JJLJ i iJ jnspection t Calland inspect the handsome and attraeII tive line of JMens and Boys tJ SuitingsfS S Overcoats Ctt has just been re 1ceived from the East V j Every garment leaves q the shop with a gtiaran tee Call and examine fitJj HSSTODT THE TAILOR ++ ++CALL AT + 4M JONES MERSHOIL SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found dispensedbydating clerks Genuine Saratoga Water Kept on Tap Phone 3 Second St EICmLOND KY o ont rich W lioellooiiig TO OUR PEOPLE I AuoclaianKIdneytomachcaused by youthful folly etc that does not hometot 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Some Valuable S I IforI OWEN MCkEE p 7IN 7I7I7I f7 z IJGIAT ClOSING OUT SALE l2 IZw We are compelled remove in days in order buildand avoid removing stock we have CUT THE PRICES ALL PIECES We have jhe largest stock of New + Suits Overcoats and Underwear Men and Boys ever opened in Rich mond Call and select what want your PRICE ij n to air fit this sale A i l t IS ART that requires years of careful in all its branches study in to bring about suc cessful results We study the not from the point or mer chant but an artistic endeavor ing to make mat etc in colors and style that will too bring and we and best assorted line of Picture this side of the larger cities and then our facilities doing work and busi can be We not request your 1870 Geo M 200 VT MAIN RICHMOND KY Paper Wbidow Sha u Stock e IOw at c t i u and mories effects at 98cts for Fall Dress are to be found here Can you do better than allwool camels hair serges JOO t m 7I m zozrz zu fSZ to 30 to to our TO for you at own 71 in Overcoats in I iUnderwear i Suit Everybody i ISTOUFFERSmeasure and guaranteed during COSTa THE CliMAX 125 iirRAMll AN intelegent order buseM stand ola mechanic from standpoint always frame add out confidentlyI largest Framing Materials for the handling the ness not surpassed reapectfuKy inspection Established Wall IictivPrmuPahi4iGlui cI1i Suggestions Rlfor Latest styles Mens Suits anct Latest styles Boys to at beautfy Religion helps one to die but unless supplemented by worldly wisdom one cannot live bv it Ai Iliii 4 ft folk characterThe obediscoloredconsulting the I DENTIST- We make examiBatio s free fihifjtmPer OUR DENTAL WORK dguar75CBXT8 Ask out pe e tabout ou superior wotlr 1I t1t I1 Met Mi t 600111mald i Richmond Kentucky 7J7INm WiHging NOTHING Suits lu cfLirWitnI ALL TUB LEADIr IL11 e A bad reputation is a misfortune no reputation calamity Punctuality is one of the nlllats of time temple of success PllbHcSille Gregryitviiiuu wednesday 1 tb Q Jane J90- 1lvcTctsell awetlonilmn the I preOlscs thea jof liidjontilning 440 nei cn which she resided at the4l1ijdeath Cr iicigcityickrmouel g poW lj d lotjoa LKVntky Ccntmtni4Jroamh soaEkdtiramleforms the pike fclwijWiyatlbrckcdweling Thelandthubekpa i lirewootl etc It is oouvenlent Ossigrasslaretj1ni444klO4S for all croppisg pint i T e liberal nail will be nm- ldktatthe intlwhich will beg- inproi at ekyen oiocka m ri WiOGoottoz itWOV I Aibtfrie s4yuiad iraRm I d Ih W Q pPIi 1 i f Iif t L T 5 hid = PrIntClimax mAY DEO 19 1000 WAY Oberdeilcaclestrouble i to Jkl furrauu C1tronIJgs Detes wbeyouql treah good HAVE IJnst the kind of our cus ro1FtantlmOur willbegladfnhgveyoucafl CandiesNateOyLrrCelery rt tc tuIAJDptoDolIlI thingIor7oUrhpCroconole wpy of clerks are on duty at our reread and glad to show ordersICIwhsteeron thisetjjthngPhDae3nd o m have jutwhat yon order Xmas As Will soon be hero and gone but the pleasant recollections of your Xmas dinner will remain with yon a long time If you will allow us to supply you with the good things for your table I J EDEATHERAGECO RespectfullyS Rooms rrentlA PJJr1I 19dee 3t HAQAX Cotadvertisement E Deather elsewhere In this Issue IRead A T McKinney of Boone is very low with lung trouble IHoliday presents for the most fas C Wines drug store 42dee2t We are after unloading clothing not mouey at Stouffers I9dectL IFive room cqttnco for rent price flO per month Apply to Du G W EVANS augl5tf 1Xatural product water null flour groceryNF r the cheapest and nobbiest f gifts for Christmas now on display at V EC Wines drug store I2dec2t i Natural productwhile not as white is patent flour is much better for Co health For sale at R A Baxter on Second street augltf Jl Mr Parker Adams has been ap Ipointed agent for the Bluegrass Insur V anee of Lexington vice S 1R n Black deceased Self closing unbrellas also elf c 1opening umbrellas at Stouffers 19dtf Barlow and Wilsons minstrels do i serve their patronage The entire pro grain is of an interesting varied chart acterNasijIlIe American Llj red skin made soiL white wllh one application of- 4reC Mrico23 centS For WINEsr of waqnw Oupkla Secret Is im makes the ithii velvety Price saloby E 0 Wip- t eilg ousaleO- UCY nttotrer8ttjned1 ielciSt11- netaO19 1nm1 5s X aos S SSs 5 ld I s JS S ss- S S 8 I S e 5 S II A a ii 555555555se S55 EVERYTHING J In our Store for a- JjappyChristmas Cl Prices and quality inowhere else com I pare with ours t I a e 5 S S 5 5 5 5 5 5 seie s aQOOO SSSsS O1Qce e4r S5 at tpullurVwiiljlJwy ion S1Q wnriii of JtC if A tiilmpco barn belotivrftig to J ii iltstruyedbyE Denthqrage Uo want to sup ply yoijr Christmas turkey Leave order for same at earliest cpnyeniepce Dont miss the displaviof Holiday goods at E C Wines their store f 12dec2t r j Get your Christmas supplies from E DeatherngeCp the leading gro cers n The largest linoof Christmas roods every displayed in Richmond can be found at E C Wines drug store 12Jec2t Two ladies wants chambermaid work Can come well recommended Apply to Box 220 KichmondKy 19d3t Several numerical errors were made last week in an article dealing with the census returns from Madison county The figures have since been corrected and we reprint the article on the first page of this issue We desire to call attention to the ad verliEemeiit of Mr J B StpnBer In our current issue Mr Stouffer ie Richmonds oldest clothier and is noted for square and honest dealing lie ball onhuad an elegant stockof clothing and gents furnishing goodsnWhich le cordially invites the publiiitoVcall and inspect Prices are reasonable and sat- Isfaction guaranteed Corn Sale 0Q W Deatherage sold Harvejr Clienault 300 barrels aCorn at S2 per barrel in crib j00 cents willr buj5you 75 cents worth of nnderveara Stoulfers tf For Scnt The Boon prEtJr located on the corner of MaithAt Tbirdi Btreets for rent Apply to f 2S nov 4m E C McOANN Stoufler wont be understood Call and getjrices on clothing and under wear t 19deetf Walker Properly Rented Mr Stanton B Hume has rented the handsome residence on Lancaster Ave owned and until lately occupied by Col J Stone Walker Stouffer Bella mure hats and oIl of them See his styles au5 prlPdectfirNew Postmtr t iIr Jr PBarcIayhas lfu n w a postmaster tTIieLi HonBeltafiHthe nn a t eXPJre te lflftJ PI rpr 3itr CIIIYi 1 Ip- opulu Qttc itl dt AsJ dIitjiWWPe- st fl tj lrffli to wIl ss llII- nYe Buy j Uirhigll lIb en V rund resin rauleLtrJus on Jaucas- terf4uvd l IJr r ct 2J Ieltfore we move ci Ip111 mclothing at Stouf 19dectf Jr It OFFER rder for yon at the hiug In the Jewelry get from any other om anybodys cata Ihuvoilliereby sa- yrdeng ctfully ARMER 6u WANT EAl ESrATE TIMBER f5GKfKGOObs 10 t or exchange any rlW4to me with all paLi 1M llflRY he able to teip r you tMres N n Utitrjcston W V- a42Jeclyr 1iIDCfriloiiJer8ltx4of Michigan charmed an tl at Masonic Tern piIay ivelipr1th his inJellloli in Barbarian Trucblood is an artist oi high and 0l1 talents lie lely npli ltedIii61Ieorcrs- i iogs r t- 111ir tt H 1 T f tal i lj- I I JJI 1 t 9G4+ 4 ++++ + ++44 +++ 4 + + + + gI PrZg I t 6 t tf iiI =T Fl te LIrero1LgdIeiIC1 1 0 t + l 1enlIouseHUPti + LesIeOtf Ill BlUtt 4 Jent tKIIaJI hldtpTdnatldlO colors IrFaMY 0pJISdLnC J Iritt 5 frotO lU + Full n C4UarsaJld1ItrAMIYalld + cIP rtoIl e el jRNLD4n1t ilw H+TTiV4+Jo1o+ t+ tlJtR i EIS ililiiIpIil IV 1 a jl f ltttrMitmmmt tW1 z iw Follow The children TJiey all Conic to HU H S9 s BOG0eS055ueesi Richmond to Have a Department toreJ r Mr lee Smitha who haStlfsposed liis coayritRrcsts to Mr J W Cliristfnn will open a depart input itiiro jn the icCunii buildiiiioii Main ctieet Janu enttrprislngfcature tv v Buy Window Glass from WilIging LargeSt stocfii low prices Opera House Thursday Evening Dee 20th The greatest showoft he day The original and only Barlow Wilsons Greater New York minstrels 16 skillful dancers 10 cultured singers 10 pickaninnies 12 specialties 21 grand IidayIwi11I650 Geo M Willgiiig Christmas Meats j t liptidaysDonglas is located at the old Culton handftheroarkoL Norm othersfresher batter or cheaper House keepers givevhltn a doIngf Willging for Wall Papers 3c up Largest stock in Cen elifFox Hunters Meet The College Hill Pos Hunter Olub Trill hold its fourth annual meet near- ColIge I1U1 on December 2S and29 Somei iifce prizes will be offered The PresidentbwTreasuVer Y Norris Directors G W GInteris Norris A D McKinnoy H K Mellon J T Ends Tom Martin Harvey Cheuault You can make no better CjstriiVr gift fhan ace assortp1 Geo M Willing t rKD Wins the Honors Joseph Armistead of Hopkihiiville xpwirtinjt Kontu5ky University ear indofl the in the InterColle iate Declamatory Contest at Lexing on Friday night An immense audi nsegreeted the Speakers and lustily leered its favorites Mr J WParker presented Central University and tde a most favorable impression tat Interest and enthusiasm was man ifested in the result Have Willging to frame your pictures He has a large stock and best quality of French Picture Glass and his line of picture framing materials is the largest and most complete this side of the largest cities Holiday Rates on Southern Railway Fare and a third round trip between all stations Tickets on sale December 22 23 21 and 25i also on Ieceniberi30 and 31 and January 1 final limit of all tickets January 4 1001 signedident studeiiia of Ecliooln or cottages can secure tLaiu dveraies Deceinhier 15 to21 1900jiiuidt Janqary 8 190- 1ihe Soutliern iiwa has three trains daily betweeuLexmglOn and Ix uisvile Further inforniiition given by any agent oC thji3 putheriillHiJWay A AVhedou P A 230 Fourth ave J1uisc11teKtp jT 15rt Vift Litytrkt A ntt oiDr ton K yuilyJo Ani A J IouIe- i i II Alter the United Stales Court Since Is Is extremely probllblo that Kentucky will bo dfvjdeil onto two Federal Dlstrl tIt by1 the present COD green at a called meeting of theCItY council last Tuesday night it was deemed sent a committee of onrcfllzeh Washington tourge 1Ktii rl1T i U Staes Irt in our tlty Kichtnoiidi wouldlibea most eu1neutlslIlt1JIO aite for this body ti hold iteittlngsWit fscetitral ly located and has a government Jiuijd tug desiined especially for siich f pose Gov James BTMcpreary ixIQ A 11 Uutiiam and the loni Ii W Mjllerlwero selected to prelenl our cluimaand Uies e gftn lemen wlj s on be a in tint C pjtol rging a id arKning tile niatter J No better cqnniitte4 could havp linen named tlianjtlie genJ cnnIeEbackliit Rev Hubert Becomes Baptist Ai ITM fnoruflgservicesat tnellpper 8riJet In is anrcliiiiitcIiy mornlug1 Uev Mr ilibertrrf Xrwencebqrg ra Alcthudist milliliter will beljaptized and in the evoning will be ordained to thfcBajjtistralnlBlc r IIIljhe Methodist divjiid atu tle iet- Me1hoit eonferenceeprCMedJ sd edpctrhieslv1ii8JikIn Consent was givei Vthilficllrri- lJjslat t sermon was pfe c1 Oar LJJ reuceburg on TjiankepyiPR tlavi e titer he lifts given neprvtvo flejiiljefi- at tbatplacc juntla lilglits Baptismal Jeretbiies ffrtn41tpthitt church at Athens Lexington leader neIt Hubert is very weIl1 tiere- 1vhiik hind f5 iiv dist H1fCU at this ilace c soi timeTiaathih3 ptist- liI54ltItie9 have been growlnil irnd 4frkIIIIIII f1 P L 4 r f mnmmmUtt 5 I- SSSSSSSSa s Ce-1De1Grand Jury Report To TilE HONJVDGC MADISON CIRCUIT COUUTJ The Grand Jnry in iv body visited tin ionnly jail and made n thorough ex amination itflilarti prond to report thai lerfitlythat they are kindly treated well fed and all praise Mr Lackey for his uni form kindness and humane treatment J V AVE WALKER Foreman W L CnuTCHEU Clerk Important Decision The Court of Appeals decided an important question Friday in tInt the case of Scobee sheriff vs Bean and others from Clark county involving the right of an assessor to assess shares of llalldslofThe court holds that the assessor may so assess the 8tockalthough there is no specific law directing the manner and place ot taxing such shares of stock The whole court sat on the case and Ilazzlerlggdelivered New Electric Plant Mr Ambrose B Dean of Pittsburg representing the Westinghouse Church Kerr Co was in our city last Thursday making preliminary Jarrnngemonts plantforplace A site for the new plant has not been definitely determined on as yet tint n conclusion will soon be reached in the matter New and up to date facilities will be employed and flrstclasaservice furnished Competition is time life of trade and liichmond seems destined from the present outlook to become one of the best lighted towns in the state in the near future Rales for Christmas Hollidays On account of the Christmas holidays the Louisville Atlantic railroad will sell tickets to all points on the Q C1 railroad Cincinnati to Chattanooga Southern Railwny in Kentucky and to alt local stations December 22 23 24 25 SO anl 31 and January 1901 with final limit for January 4 1001 at rate of one and onethird fare for the round tripFor students presenting certificates signed by Superintendent or Principal of School or College tickets may also be sold at abovo rate on December 35 to 21 inclusive with final limit January 8 1901 CM BitowNixii G P 19d2t Irvine Shooting Snyder Wiseman and Millard Daniel of Irvine engaged in a little altercation neorbehiJthands of Wiseman It is said that Wiseman was standing among a num ber of friends in a saloon when Daniel entered and applied a vile epithet to him which he immediately resented by firing three times in quick succes slon all three shots taking effect in Daniels body Drs Hugh and Moss Gibson are attending the woundedman and pronounce his condition serious but not necessarilly fatal Wiseman was released under bond Both gentle men belong to prominent families Lieutenant Wygant Looses His Wile The sad intelligence has reached friends here of the death of the newly married wife of Lieut Harry Wygant at Manila some few weeks ago It will be remembered that Mr Wygant was married only last July and his brides easillmaginedc particulars are known a cablegram to MrWygant8 mother in New York bore the mere tidings u nothing further The sympatljy of his sanity Kiclimondfrieuds by whom lie was so well known and loved goes out with lieartfultsincerity to tbe bereaved mid sorrow stricken husband Klondike In Prospective Fbriseveral days last week the ru mor was current around town that Mr Walter Stuart a blacksmith in the employ of Mr S L Midkiif had fallen heir to a fortune of marvelous richness It appeared on an interview with Mr Stuart that for a number of years the American helm of an English estate have teentighting the matter of inheri tanco 1u the courts lhe familys name is Stuart and on last Friday the Mr Stuart of this place received Informs tion from an unclatluitlm was one of the helrsatlaw and the seventh cf next month has boon appointed for a meeting between Mr Stuart and his uncle when full particulars will be dU viilgedto the former W trust tho tale is a trnli one and that luck HUll realiza tion may fqllowuhils wake U flats 01 Justice Tie Madison Circuit Court lifter a two w eks sitting adjourned Friday after pronouncing penitentiary sentence foil the fgltowing culprits Boh Ellis colored horse stealing four years Chris Burcham same two year Tip Scott colpredJiogstealing three vesTs Dave Ballard coloreci rnnlicious cat ling two years xAmos ChenauH colored forgery two cvearB J v Ii James Joliusiin colored d laliHng a jnale plir yea m Win Embry colored malicious cut ting tvoyeart7 ni XJlgnf 4tWmChasteeff s m twcty a M9soChttmbirsiipra BJpalng four years v I2 AtlcYfraL y4j grunted iiustcr n nit onvlcttidpuin1iciojptjbuoting Wd set for hoaHiiKaitlieApril ierm Itv th case ot D6cLwfyWhb was iiiven twenty years focraReiiScnteuco was suspended alxty dftyitto aljow tiling of bill of exceptions The prisoners wfib received sentences Its bctv zitti were t ltorllnkfort yesterday mdrntHg Sy4 Deputies Joe Terri11 TnvXNf fr V Olijeon Vm Johnson JEd liybee and R B TerrUl Jr ifrtWatU i Itl I tI 15S55S S SS5 S 5s 1 SeS iI 505c S 4 wtI a- I J i t- tI e SsIS 55sS g 5s0 sSIS 5S55 I 555 eii 5 S S S 5 5 500S000 0 a el tJ vT tQwIAND l mm DB lm Orders for floweis slioald be cn Itrollted only =to reliable Sonata J JTaste and Ability JInn these regards oar standing 5 + BELL The Florist ILEXINGTON KYJgt J c Bells Flowers go Everywhere u eI 4 Resolutions At a mealing of the members of the Richmond Bar nt the circuit court room December 11 WOO for the pur pots of paying tribute to the memory of Samuel A B Black J W Caper ton was made Chairman and A C Wells Secretary of the meeting Feel ing and appropriate remarks were made by the Chairman J Tevis Cobb R H Crooko and Grant E Lilly The fol lowing resolutions were adopted 1st That wo greatly deplore the death of our friend and mother lawyer Samuel Black and although he had been with us but a few years we found him to be a most careful reliable en ergetic young man very anxious of nlwaysdoinpurpose At tho Bar he waa accom modating seeking no unfair tnt vail tages and courteous to nil and especially courteous and respectful to thin older mombers of the Bar 2nd That we do sincerely regret his untimely death that he did not have a longer life and longer experience anti more time for growth anti development so that I Is good habits IsIs industry and liis application to Ids profession might have brought him the reward he greatly wished for and which ho de served3rd That we tender his aged parents our sympathy in thin lost of their son and we do hope that our esteem of him and our appreciation of him as a prom ising member of our Bur might give them some comfort in tins great afflic tion4th That a copy of these resolutions be published in each of the county papers and a copy be nentto the family and be spread upon the records of this CQurt W B SMITH J TEVIS Conn K H CKOOKE JW CAPKBTON A C WKLLS Olt NT E LiLLY T C LOWHY The Paris Exposition I had intended giving you an account of tho Universal Exposition f 1000 before this but have been detained in my peregrinations about the groat me tropolis of the French Republic Besides I did not know where to begin or how to describe all I saw Meudeth speaks of tIme man who has dined at the table of kintS syed till thin lamps were nil out and then went contented to bed Thatsexactly what I 1l111Iaw the show from start to finish from the Trocedero to the Swiss Villiage from the Port de Alinu to the Elliot rowe In fad all of it for I made It It bust flies to do so And now that it is done I can pronounce it the greatest show that has ever gladened the hearts of mail Grand in the magnificence of its art display Grand in the beauty of its various buildings and grand in tho cot lection of exhibits from nII parts of the world without which It could not be termed the greatest exhibition of modern times rue United States J thinkdid her whole show toward wan kind in this the greatest exhibition of the century We were represented very muchly from the McCornioes reapers to tho Redwood of California we were there from thin golden leaf of old Virginia to The big roil apples of gloiins Arkansas we were there with both feet and recog nized too mind you Aside from France the United States took most prizes iHo manufacturing exhibits wore the wonder of thousands fV of the teeming millions of earth realized what a grunt niid resourceful ccuutry ours is And the progress we liavi made in the lust hundred years shown what an advanced nation we sic 1 have tried to think at which end of thj Exlbiuon I would begin my description mid after wasting much good pajer In the at tempt have given it up its a bad job and shall endeavor to hit only the high placcn for a detailed rccount of the great Exposition wcftild fill more space than I have at my disposal The exhibits were so xrran sd that there was neither crowdlngoc Vac mt places except at the CampsdeUnra where the electrlo fountains slid the space around the Effiel Tower Waa taken up with ktasks and nardenii tit singular beauty slid exqitUlt JMgn when the crowds thronged id gay apparel speaking every the sun Owing to the jseogragjifual position of Franco to the old World slip was able to command many exhibita that would invrt been iuipoelfible were an ocean to bo cr drau11t long over land trip to bq undergone in the bar aI1lAj1Ii Parirf is jpt admirably nrralilZ d so as to give te Exitosltion tuorenlKbtln thing im tBcellterIApossible in a parks and bcftil waria are not nurjferpus as they are In Cay1eren Tb French go in for parks and gardens OlelJorhups titan any city lifthe jwor and it was owing to its bij lihc I roam In thR ceutcrof =tbl ixet of all- dItpTsy YolvWr aa a1 renture t1isk b UOI aII dI IfaUllre l 0 GOODBYE SALETO ALL THE INT2 AT TilE 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 sellingwhen there are yet ahead 2 or 3 months of serviced ALL THE WINTERGOODS 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 season ble 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 and he accomplished his task so well that our managers fell Glum but result of his untiring work is that we pre3ent to you the most prodigious aggregation of astonishing moneysaving propositions ever offered by any store in Richmond We gladly take the losses In The Avalancheof Bargains T e oq fI i J I ers wholesalers mills and factories at decisive reductions from the regular market prices are massed ClothingSilksHats Laces and Carpets Trunks etc without peer or precedent We invite you to take of the low cut prices we are making on all hopingtQWID OLDIIAM COMPANY IF WE PLEASE YOU TELL OTHERS IF NOT TELL US franc tickets were going at 5 and 6 cents nil along The Exposition bad a little of everything Efliel Tower now in its eleveneth year was visited and ascended by hundred aye thousands I went tip In my mind as I also dill in the Farris Wheel I am not so anxious to leave old earth as to give 4 to C hits for the privilege I prefer standing on terra firma and watch the other tellow doiLThere is a charm about Paris to be found us no where else The gay life of the students the dining at the Cafes In life open air the ruddy in color and dress and the statutes of art to be seen on every hand All go to make up a scene of interest that one never tires of observing lInt as tim exposition has closed so must I It is really one of the places that should ha seen to be enjoyedbut if you have not done so al ready perhaps tho next best thing if to see it with me anti then kick because I did not tell you moro in fewer words which fact I readily admit but under the circumstances have done the best I cauYol1rslrl1lyW B riao Paris Nov 20 1000 RELIGIOUS The Episcopal pulpit Sunday morn ing was occupied by i he Utltov Bishop llnrton of Lexington uu eminent and eloquentdivine Key Ashford B Reeves was extended the courtesy of the Methodist pith pit Sunday which he acceptably filled to the edification of a large audience Rev Charles A Logan of Jackson preached at the First Presbyterian church last Sabbath Air Logan Is an old C U boy aud mot many formtr friends while hero of the First ChrisRev F O Frtiinon tian church of St Louis preached to a large and appreciative hotly of ICev Lloyds congregation Sunday morning and evening Mr Fannona famo for eloquence and ability is wJde spread and those who were ft rtuiluto enotigli- to hear him say he Rbly sustained hits reputation ou these5 occasions BIRTHS AVniTE Thrto the wife o Roy C White eli the 12thinstn ton pound boy Galen JolTerepap J- itri1sAViiiTLOCK John AVhitlock 1fq died at his bonie nearKIrksvilla MOn- day night Pneumonia was time cause Interment wilt be In the Richmond Cemetery tOf txy ENaLInCoSI4PiOfl eaueiLte- dstii of Mrs JHenry l ngllah sn estimable ldy ef thin Citrt1uwho psw away HuHd y mt llejj r rlltswelt Wil to rtt iu Uw cwi 4erj yaMtlsy- Opod LMf ii t J jhcjHiMai Ie p1kaud tw tw di wr C n Ne ffAoiprIlPJiTJ Or discomfort no Irritation or the h- itestinesbut gentle prompt tlxrunch healthful cleauainj wlicn joj take orCflhJItUltUJSold by all druggists 23 cents Of course thin 10yearold joke is de cade Rheumatism in all ita forms is prorap ly and permanently cured hv Hoods Sarwparilla whhii neutralizes acidity of tho blond It Poverty is moio of a punishment than a crime In biliousness Herhiue by nxpelllnc fniin tim body the excess of idle anti acids improves thin assimilative pro ces ep purifies the blood and tours up runt strengthens the entire svstpin Price SOc terry Thames 5dlm It takes a derrick to raise a laugh in the oil regions New Sons NIII l atrliv New Play IlIoVall New Opra too- tVlip Long wIat olcrth all Indigestion Get a bottle o weHH Syrup Pepsin It keeps oni straight time year around I buy it at all drug stores 2decrlm A man gains strength every timehe admits hi8oyn weakness The Latest Song Anti hpwrr gope is alv yfi nnntAresto poine hut tIme condition of ones health hollidilie flrstjntIo hueofisnisiijra lion If you take Dr CaldwellVSyrnp Pepsin you cant have Indication or Stomach Tronhle rust Is certain For sale by nil drngcists 12declm You can never depend upon the sincerity of ado when ho wags hs tail GlfttoOivt it Is often difficult to decide what to glueHerefiuvl iiini iiiinW JntitiftVi L lintfB hrojicht you h iiirb entll6nidGojt rude as ir friend hlUd llerilJeatl wrnpped package h The pale viesrylnokiiigin1i was slowly U Ktiii sevrir llielli tlie bundl and lieldUp nlante boUluqf clear rle1viWe Hu5ner Ito S1iiiiYV 518imI have teot tI about it todty frOttto heottin tmiit3tfr4 tY W10Jolur tpiow 1vvlljsot1tokth- 1e miinipI tlood jIijIpriIIa and ever one nrhttltik7e t p great meicitit thia ItRI gI Ih9hlihealUi Tfii nioon niiiT woinanV Jieaft nre constantly cliaiiBluK bu t thJit always a man iiii ibettT MaRiI I Alarasf Itf Haytoe Wiitm G jtlemwJ TliQ rwjiiirflnwHti nf hidhi Mash i tottiiigisitch irehtq lMtltti left c i phStlrtIwtlfk ika- ebelt Htidjtjtol itIk th lIm went thythsUy m Il luitJnt nrCt JWI tfJF i- iiititl3 Nt1tr Wilt Ittrw- pilAvpkRkt =hjtLtitmJiota J New Merchandise bright and fresh bought for cash from overladen manufactur warehouse- men Embroideries coraially advantage 101111slt itsbeneficial hrlnlthotutu thereby banishing the sense of thejtelleral1feetluft CfJutsPerryThe more some men talk about doing things the more likely they are not to do them r CUKES BLOOD ANti SKIN TROUBLES Trial TrVatiaint Free Ts your bloodihpneT Are yon sure of lowly2lo 011hackScrofula Rheumatism Foul Breath Catarrh Are you pale Then JIBlt Botanic Blood Balm will purify yoni blond heal every sore amid give n clear smooth hiealthyskhm Deepfceated cases like ulcers cmirer wtiiij sores painful swelllnin blood poison lire quickly cured by Botanic Blnod Balm Cures when ali else falls Thorouuhly tested for 30 years Drug stores St per large bottle Trial treatment free by writing BlOOD BALM CO Atlanta On Describe trouble free medical advice given Over 3000 voluntary testimon ials of cureWIJn U 1J Thin eit who hiss never done foo1htiijmTzf1has liefer done many wise things For broken limbM chilblains bnlD- sscaJdi rlAM throat Ind sores every kind BallnrdV Snow Liniment It will give fmmed late relief and heal any wound Piici 2T cents and CO uetita perry aid Thomas pdeclm following In tlie loo tatops of an indo lent maq 14 about tIme must expensive traveling imaginable rbs slrnatare Is oa eviry box of tho jenalni1 Laxative BromiiQuiRine aet- aaiis Jr l T ProBaoTynfTTs ljcanse tile earth W rnnnri that ao few people act on the square t fJ ft gj II 01 1ietyiPpIillitnuble with wornl tliiiy will bnirrita hip ernus fsverislintl serIous ly9tekt3WiIJipPc3tisi1ilu 1iunlflJ IIItI III tltnkl thtm tsIlerryTrllrkiH iow aUianu so uucnnifort nblu w hlsbnt they tim Nelly be fMirnl by IIi RgIa1erI1UucOne Pile OintMieirtv see anti ttYlR4 sfficonii cfrn plies can init at fi to iw teqfrto ita trisl PrKfJ 50 cents in bdtttal tubes 75 eeiite Perry k ThmnM It vlm I t= ths to kM W Mt- rk JAIt ri Bo QtlWi1 N Piti I the pflhi X O f Every Moment Hurls Musclesfeel lonlfromso promptly and perfectly by Hoods rlJhttothe Mood which causes rheumatinm and puts uu end to the pain and stilt ness Billiousncss is cured by Hoods Pills 25 cents J The midnight ghost is probably thin Jead of night J Have a cold A dose of Cotisi tons Honey of Tar at bedtime willenove it Price 23 cents and 50 CPI ts lerry Si Thomas 5decln To bellevn that a task is impossible is o make it so The girl Is mother of the woman Just ts time boy is the fattier of the man The period when the womanly functions begin is one to be carefully watched and considered Irregularity or de i1eIyPierces Favorite Prescription But aeglected lit this critical period may ntail enrs of future suflering Fa vorite Prescription acts directly upon perrtremoves the oliutructiotis to health and happiness and delivers womanhood irom the cruet bondage ofI female jrenkiiess You pay the postage Dr Pierce gives you the bOQk The Peoples Como mon Sense Medical Adviser 1003 pages 700 lllustmtion Is sent free on receipt onlySeudbound book or 31 stamps for cloth bound Address Dr R V Pierce Buffalo NY Critics are much maligned If thby tell the truth interested parties declare them pieijudiced If they praise Indit cniminatelythiepnblicyellsijoughtLad3 I want to hear from any lady who iiattrttaunnch Trouble 1 will wftom friend Dr Caldvell ijyrnp Pepiu amt tuarantotit to euro Fgr sale by all Iruggists 12declm Every IUHU yqu meet is willinglo all iriit that le wasonco a fool Tetter SaltRhcam and Eczema InztsaWzhayedby BldnOlntment Many yery bad case have been permanently cured by ItIt-b equally efficient for Itching pile aad a remedy for sore nipples chapped hands chDbUins frostbites aadckro o soraeys 35 eta per box Br OwMtiM r mtev8 M- ej wathone ieedrbeR la boi codtios Tonks Wood pvrer vsmlfe They are sot food bet pstakneespIt Th r i aob tt tiBlrr orU niini J sziitkiad f4 a Itv W JaUM JIIItX Jo- r i REPAIRING AND TntEINOfFINp WATCHEaA SPECIALTY t JE L iJ t I1 e 8 t- rekubac p 4All work Guaranteed Main Stree- tRIQiMOND KY a HARDWARE THE tQuestionc 4tby an inspection ofour i showingthe 5e e GREAT PENINSULAR LINE 1 AND THE 10 ESTATE OAK AIR TIGHT RADIATOR Q 1fkl7 This will be STOVE MONTH J with us and we are going to offer such attractions inthatiJeas will repay anyone for the time devoted t jobkixg through this Department VTe baTe the EXCLUSIVE AGENCY for tbeGreat Petnu3ar and E UteOak Kndlator the most famous In the wotldV enjoying an Inter q national reputation for the excellence tliejr on ttuctlon and fin iah and we want everybody to familiarize tlicmselTes with the distinctive merits of their product I s UTo wish to call attention to the nmeriy3eo t product below which we have lately added toour line with a lint Wof repairs ECONOMIST RANGE u ECONOMIST RANGE 4 DOflGLAS SIMMONS HARDWARE STOVES FARMING IMPLEMENTS cJ mchlly J IXexi X rlTne Dutnern M1 Inmtment s- oOINGTON KY The Giant Investment Company of the South has just distributed among its certificate holders over 60 000a itict unprecedented by any other similar institution of the age- TOtaiainountpaTd1 in HvIrigbenefjT5 133000 Tptal amount of surplus reserve 160000 The full paid up value of all certificates is SlQ00rOOO This is rcmnrkiible when compared wltV the most reliable Life InsuranceJConipanieSowhocan fIQt how as great a premium income in proportion tO the amount of Insurance in force 4 These are special advantages offered to those who wish to buy homes through this company and both purchaser and seller are benefited in the transaction Now is the time to make your investment F SMITH BOWMJNIMRS A T MILLION Local Agent PITTSBURG A mioGilTRALj EASTLIBERTY- PAOFF4UR1OR ADVANTAGES TO aHIRPFF w 11H a a 1bc uciu1arged nd rearranged 1 1i ll4 i totb Eastern Market S 95isfjr jbu im SiintEat of Indianapolis for Balti lipOl Sl oton PJtae1pbuf New York and all Eastern J111r JoolluyersalwaTj atjndance for export cattle and tt otlierklnd3 of tItb r C atux r r IWDiEs tIOWELLura1 Mgr hH t i e jriTUf r i th t c fX l Mariu1cturcd of cekatedco 1ciyJ prize at Cntca- iiiaI ExhibItioi l876 Priceser4 ntI1oer tha4err4- actodes 1 g r4T tjiIe raIMlcs arsiut 1111 Afte b iit if Inside Diainetvr 4Pr1cc per 1000 Prkiof Bie jA rorTlIe 1feet each iJ J z 1n s ig i 5t 1 U OIJjt9Ai1OslO- O liaU LoO u II 00 t 7 8500 it 15g t 16 i4J 10 h iooco r J2 15OOSSf-r f 1 Price list Kt B Cat4 t wberensmegrewitrorcldrn tiI4ubme favora1My 1ic111U4bi 1 JI ft Mt ui pOiI J Iwd 1f f LlKD SfDJBK lID CROP r G C Smith has bought 30 acres of land from M D Burns forI00OS- L Barney has bought the laac Richie farmof5l acres for SlOQp Headquar ters Cor Carlisle Jlercurv John HamptbnBold his tobacco forS centsSItnps Haggard his for 0 cents Ir Goodpaster his for 5 and 7 cents and Jim sold his for 6 cents ihoomlngdaie Cor Winchester Demo crat L W Terhune has sold his farm on the Lebanon pike near Springfield for 4752 cash He has removed to Har rodsburg temporarily taking the Sam Turner place on Danville street He is on the lookout for a farm Harrods burg Democrat J P Chandler reports the sale of Julius ana Daniel Jesswine near Kruger as wen attended Horses sold at710 28 cows 18 to 24 j corn 175 barrel Farming implements ld well Cedar Creek Cor Lincoln Democrat Mr W HVHenlnck of this city has sold his fine farm of 485 acres near Ron ick Station to J M Pickrell of Mont gomery county at 90 per are The farm of Jacob Lydick deceased near old Union was Bold last week to Jonathan Smith oi ScPttcounty at 59 per acre Bourbon JNewsV A singular malady is killing horses in the Marksbnry neighborhood Gar rard county William Tuggle has suf fered to the tune of over 400 having That three horses and a fine mute No one has an idea of the nature of the disease The animals are attacked by weakness in the legs begin to stagger about and finally fall to rise no more Danville Advocate Mr S B Thcmpson sold to Messrs Ben and John Simms 22 head of nice two yearold cattle that arerged 1300 Price 4 6 per hundred poundsrMr EliasBBrowne has sold his farm neat Springfield to Mr M LSearcypf near Willisburjr for 17000 cash The Browne farm js one of the best in the c consistiric of about 350 acres of W n1iprqv tJ tt4J IF Browne tt itt give possession touLth flrstot the hew year SprinfielS JewsLeader cJhfrrcCS 1nay baetobe paid for- fioatoes1efoie the next crop ijh j t il lCH1 r41sP ti taaIlv papB pre rii1ittb rtceira c25 en b ertf1 f tho samelitile Jut year and consepp live estimates puts the price for Tater ijn the wititerat some po EoJarasrtoJ cl1W that 150 will have Ipbo at ret lt Thecause of the iumplajlald to be the discovery tlmttfie MichJI3J1 crop was badlyaflerted by the faint weather niid rains in October anfl would notstand shipment to market Captain F H Rankin brought to our that1Yetand all right and was a real beauty Near Jackstown N E Potts sold his farm of 82jacres to Joseph McConnaugh hay for 5500 cashAt Cynthiana Tuesday 51 head of Shorthorn cattle belonging to Jos Lucas and A Ashbrook sold at an average of 161 j highest 495 Jas W Berry sold his fine jack to- E P Wuggord of Elliot county for 400 W L Piper sold 2 jacks to same party for 300 This stock will bo hipped to Kansas Dr WH Martin soW his home farm of 105 acres near Oak land Mills to Win H Peed and wife for 40 per acre cash Tho sale was made by the J A Fisher real estate agency Carlisle Mercury IJorbtTllenickdeserves the success that attended his exhibits a trieFat Stock Show and deserves the thanks of Kentucky Shorthorn breeders for making good the declations that Kentucky Shorthorns are as good as any in the world and better than most The fine show he made will help the sales of other Kentucky breed enwh little or no special efforts lo oWtht world thekind ofcattle wo have This was the largest show of the kind ever held in the world and when we con sider the intensity of competition his success was wonderful The following were the premiums awarded to him Firstoa hbrthpruBteer two years old second on yearling steer fourtlyjn calf and first on herd 1ntI bedingr- ings he got second on sgeLWiif1rst and sixth on bull shown EomeCtlitriy live In number third onhelfer tvra year old anti fourth on berd T premium steer IIobsbn he otdatlQ Cents per pound TlIlsvthkhpr1ze- he won brought his Tos fiO Four twoyearold steers netted liith over 200 each White there he sold a heifer for 330 and a bull for 800 He also solda number Southdown sheep for good prices These were not en tered for exhibition much tdhis regret as competent judges assured him they were superior to many of the priz- ewinnersWlnchester Democrat American girls who are going to marry foreigners should look very carefully into the laws In most European countries it is entirely possible lora foreign girl to have her mnrrfagefdV clared void because of tho omission of certain technicalities In France for instance a marriage is void without the written consent of the parentsof the gro- omIIIC1 Flpen When that cry sounds how people rush to help and sympathize I When some fireman rescues a woman from the flames the streets echo with applauding shouts And yet if that woman had perished in the flames s ssible that sheouJd have aufleredless than she ireisIll theIdisease has lighted in the delicate womanly organismThat of inflam mation can be putout The gnawing curedri not only establishes womanly I regularity and dries enfeebllng drains but r it heals Inflammation and ulcerations and cures female weak uess Itlnakeswenk- women strong tttd sick women well fffrI nth what four pity 11 =tiOtl and proispsu uterI Jkooks o Ktzby 1Tle7tDsyc A5U5amIn3tiOxi shladdet s Xy wsI chrcnlc jidassbtbet 1 ptW i ftrX1IOOI 155 ti n1ydde i34 besr 1r-I tipuic eiht tIsC cta ai fot4cs sis b Y to I r JiItMvt Dr Piaa N n Mof alT Z t jI FROM THE PHILIPPINES Oivro BAb3IIxo Ig 71J oJ XW October llMflOO ff Af Editor Richmmd Climtix v As am nownjjoy of leisure rvill send yfiua few Hnes Irom tIM Pjiilip pino Islands hoplng that it may in terest you and that others may iead them through the cblumns of your honored paper We have been at this beautiful post for ten months but as luclCwnulLl have it we received orders yestedayttproc- eed to Zamboadga the place cf our regimental mobilization We were relieved by U R marines I assure you that none of us would welcome a fine dinner more than we will tho change Mud and water is prevalent though tOliavu the tun is terribl Roasting eggs bv the heat of the sun is the seutoccupaUon of the soldiers here present The morel see of these people tho better TJikethisra as tbey the Filipinos are a nice clean ingenious atd welt principled race of people One might go to their bouee and nowhere in America would they be treated ulcer They will give you the best in their houses and if you do not take a part of all that is before you they becone indignant though they do not like for you to think soTI lleed you on rice and wasted corn chiciien or fish and they give you wine coffee or tuBav The tuba is thesap taken from cocanut tree wlilch when fermented will have the same effect as whiscy and the coffee is as black as ink and so strong that it is RS bitter as gaul With a little education they would niake a flue and vprthy peopleSSpeaking of the liegroes of America these people are a credit to them and they have moro good common sense in ono hour than the wisest Africsn de scendant would have in a whole month As for mo I would rather have one Filipino in the States than a dozen American negroes in the same country It it true that some of them are rathe- rreIlhiousbut that is only a fewtaken froui ifpusantls honest peace loving people Idtrihln9iviowyOrfCOl Ifl regard to this Btalementr But hope you will not be ofTendedC l AVQarajnone of the best sectonsof our all V aS SSI bBteslq i tue- ulite JIenD ht1arttllO lypnhicrude iu1tbor ofltIITrd luet i riai- iiQUTit flfldVQOdIfld tflirivers- are f1hiedcitLi11sliLifld johinla1d plTy tl jtb9 VilapEt eiu nol be esti umtd- irhem tare inUlion iprgfeisJnAI br- lb Burfl1 oithtsiie aare all volLianiV ieiijoy oUrsclyeS itrflpe notaone QffmJc tnpajiy Is in the Jipspitai aV the p time- we havoI Jt in lrQ night but not tlieJfiliphias oirmobei but thedirty little h 1stilfrd mos+ quitos And one Can often hear the bpys iay that the mosquito barsire the saviours ot their body Ohl How IJong for one bfjath Of good old Amer jcanrajr It would be so bracing and if il vqreatliomu where I could seeBpmoOfiny Rood AnnRoaJ friends I would be one of tlie hapoiest boys tliat everlivedv I mut closoaTlinner is almost ready Hoping bat all Richmond is doing well and for he goodluck of your most honoredpapcr I am as over WM J WiiottMs CQQSlInf USY A LIft ami lath FiRht Mr W A Hines of Manchester fa writing of his almost miraculous escape from death says Exposure after measles induced serious lung trouble which ended in Consumption I had frequent hemorrhages and cough- cliiigliiT1Al1niytloctors said I must die Then I began to use Dr Kings New discovery for Consumption which completely cured mo I would not be without it even if it cost 500 a bottle Huudreds have used it on my jeeaiB tnemlaiion and all say it never faIls15cUroFliroat Chest and Lun- gtroublesIlegular Bize pQc and 100 Trial bottle free at Perry Thomas drug store 4 NEwroBs FASHIONS Luxcuil lace otin makes a pret ty ballgown Jiucli goilmnosti in the form of fancy bUcklesjil1detlvitlbrilJinnls or- oloredstpn sisseen in millinery JJ3res8ea inade entirely ofjaotr or tulle eucrustpd with lace designj tire much jtf yiaehcfr for party eriid em Idred tulq it still fLii1ih n1 nocifdes ore- lighterSh W lij4f1I1Iny1 r weight 1I1n o clnsli areout ofdateSSkirts are very supple fitting well about the hips and terminating in er ratic though graceful undulations Visiting boots are of dead kid with patent leather tips Bright Imed gloves and flat fur bcas are worn with visiting gowus A dainty costume for a miss 6f ten Is of light gray poplin with deep pointed lane yoga and double shoulder tapes It is completed by a sash of bright red surah silk and a big red velvet hat with white or gray ostrich plumes Velvet flowers and foliage VIe with ostrich plumes In fashionable millinery Matrons as well as maidens wear cloth fur and embroidered velvet jacketsSThreequarter paleiots and ipng em broidered mantles are very chic but cnpes are nil out ofdate The first requisite of the dress waist is thatit should fit well It reiyuires to be shaped over a perfect coethhkut- he BthU for instance Corsages show a alight acceiis of the blouse effectover thqse of last semen VLYN ADLE The Fpetiie bta Goat Is envied by all poor dypepts whose Stomachand Liver are out of order All such shopld know that JJr Kings New Life Pills the wonderful iStomach and Liver Remedy gives a pplendid appetite sound digestion ancj a regular bodily habit that insure perfect health and great energy Duly 26 cents at any Drug StoreJWhen we said la8t week jt nijght be a good Idea to let thixesideIit enlist Just what army lie Wanted 4nil thus free the country from all responsibility except as to pa lng the bills ire didnt expect to betaken at our word But bless you that merely slio4tiiat w6 hadnt fathomed the depths of beau nerve This almost exaiitly what is proposed in the new rroy11I The WICl U made Wash- Ington last week wiled a JhegatIon JvjIted the Capitol restanranla and iMBined the a1assesotthe din4rstIiero Ml demanded to btf w iAihied Tem perSll erlnao sdiiiinger M when its fo4 itrtentln It to rtUi Tb1ittct tiotsiIr Any Domocrathiodiiicast back his political niefedriefor afewyearsmu8t laugh loecahl tlio fulminationa of the arhisee1tinfind their declaration that the Imme Tiiarkets were good enough for thom l Now that things havo chanued they contend of conr o that they were ill favor ordevelopinK our foreigu trade all tho time instead of beinif bitter hostile totasjhiy Were One oftho worst bills of ita kind ever proposed is nOYlpndlitwhiCQnJtrcss iybetberdisabled for appointment and promotion in the govdroiniibt service If the bill pus ses itwill mean that the enireirovern ment service will be put into the hands of the veterans to tIme exclusion of kill civilians Congress Is well under way and the Republican measures are booming nil along the line Some of tliem may be prevented from passing at this session butj ifso they will get through next timq and therefore the chances are that the liemoferats will content themselves with going on record id opposition and then letting the G O P do Its worst British enthusiasm over tho South African war still exists though it is not easily understandable out81 1eof Great liritlan itself But when the cooling drangirof taxation proposed to settle the cost ot the war come to be ad ministered the nation is likely to ex perience a sudden drop in its tempera rure It is reported that 1200 bolomen Intro surrendered in the Philippines If so so good But be not hopeful brethren that the warJs over There have been similar surrenilers before only to have thoeurrenderedito back to the fighting line after they have had theirITeddy does not propose to allow him self to be buried in the VicePresiden tial chair True this Lad been the fate Qr ni t Jrritier Vi Presiileiits but e li that ldom In deJdrr7sPJl iiuhiisittaium- entbacieptdtbeptt i fiIt f Ttu Ijthtmmiamm oaJoUl i n lii1s illtfavortit tlie Iiearaukuan- flTtItThjMfllyremhly teitfIle ino- a1iiituIi jLmidnitt that it wlJicntI tJfcur= fVhiiiivll- LIo g ll1s arCI1jnIIilgj5torthie Init that it 1cuit go d 1pUllthetercury go sup jtJr bario ot dan ra buUt tin frOth Livadia Ctfif tlI Nihilists know it and theyluiriktiipy do Vnr as vuris over in both time Philippines and South Africa but la still coutiaues as taxation The Chrleimas prcsentproblem will be the paramount Issue for next few Weelitf HA iA tnt1chIIki prize H JAPANESE j pICURECoptetaaurrosiTonins Treatment cona ics of Olnuncni tnd Vo iorPiiciafeyery wblcllarerasultlns in death annoccssarr Why endure WrlttenCuarnntee SentbyBoxCONSTIPATIONr ho IlMt LIVER and STOMACU UEQULTOIL pisasanttonnlnetretUJapaacso For sale by Stockton Hagan Druggists Hyr u1 rum f lw TuB OrTlrn AGe Vo antvcrygreat deal easier this Separator It does away with expensive machinery and Squires no power or fuel to run It So fernier with bonr more cows ca- nWFWWWWWWW afford to be without one y I RIknufacturcd In three lNosx a and 3 prlcesr8 00 1OOO4ISOOcacb Xiberalv eoun it biJi7fW Agents wanted in cr ry county fWrite at once to Ed S Cushman CBli7BBYILLBU Jue27 m SOUTHERN RfllLWflY INKEUTIJC3CE ndea ed Scberfcl la Effect May 20 1900 ZAslBouwn Na No 5 tlo3 745pmArAr Larencebg1liOam cspm 9sipm loOjp1DArWESTllOUKD NoC1 NaS No4 SIiamAr5S3auiArAr Louisville lOnOam 74Opm 750am EASTBOUXU WESTBOUND No 13No STATIONS lNoiaNo la4uaxnftpm715pm ia43aoArIIarodsbeIiTl 440pm 7JWam 7Jpm lo55am Ar BunIn Lv 430pm 710am EASTCOUHD fK3TBOnSD No lstNOrrr STATIONS lattNoG3 4oapm 1mLV Loulsvll Ar ia40am 740pm bKpm ftlOam Lr ShelbrU Ar lItOam 615pm 847pm ItUSam Lr Versllcs Ar 7 0am BCSpm 710pm 1110am Ar Midway XT 730am X40pai 740pm lUOarn Ar OeonttnLT 7WaJn XlOpm TE8TDOUXDt 7Wpm10am4CCpmiL1pn U6pmZT4ipmArAr KnoxvIUei 7oOpia 745am L10pmArSavanuahAr Jacksonville s Saia Lz Cnaltanooca aflSpm tCMm lIroamArAr JacksonTllla IUOam loOOpID iiiArompmArKo 3 through sleeping car BouUvllle to lilt nlccham via Lexington and Chattanoofpi Iou14WstoKo 8 free obserration chair CM Lexington Eoutsyllle Ko4 sleeplijxCM Blraalngham to LonlsTOIe via L on Lei1uetoujBetween Versailles I5 Oer stownNosMI sad 15 dally lorOf 67 And Mii1ceptSenday Between yersalltes KlottdMrilM al- molad and I dtIy sop 5tw457- iDit1y aaa bfQffia 4507- MU fl- Wil45S 1 0 fiiisW4WaiDPLD Q ti iviiIK fl i r v The ulttiil9 jay oipithrough tim purchase of a cruiser and the United Stats has professed itself saisfied It may be pointed out by Hid vfay that pay meat have been maflo month ago liy this means but was refused salt the very idea of its acceptance ridiculed But that was before election And yet this is the very same Kaiser Wilbelrn that eent a or cdngfatuiationafter the8uppressiorn of the Jameson raid How temporadp rmntantur l j E HEAT ECONOMY 7I nIIWe handle the WIre Fence which Is the and cheap eat Venc on We amso handle COOK AND or all Call and fee us and get the beat toods at Cbe best prices Ky t 7 v i t t J J r J see For the eihof90i as we will carrt mor and stock in this line than been shown in the city of before iV As we are direct from the in the this season we will be able to show you more pretty than ever be for less MONEY JThan you can buy same tJ in and we will sell you papers hung on your walls in latest styles IL We musk you to cjvll at Qur before as ce will take I are Yours Ibspt- A PERRY tJ 75V 1AILTONMt LADIES BAILOR AND DRESSMAKING Accordeon and Plaiting Richmond ky epUJtf 4Radient Home Heating Stoves f Soft 71and less ariyother j mqre Heat andwill keep fire longer v other only build one fire and it not go put all winter American strongest thekiirket STOVES HARDWARE FARMING IMPLEMENtS descriptions iD B Ii IIMlELF RD i MPANY iMAIN STREET RICHMOND CYY yy yyv5-t j-i 7I F71 t WAlf PAPER lesiretoinfothlepublie purposek Jcclhl1 IftJcomplete larger hascver Richmond buying largest factories United States designs goods elsewhere Kentucky possible streetJbuying youtpatronageThankingthepubljclnadvanve THOMAS Coc Knife Burns Coal oder than Give than any You will UNPRECfOttfl gFOR I CHRISTMAS 1 PRESENTS I tJfJ Our large and varied stock of Ijjj Mens Womens and Childrens I a SHOES i Presents opportunities for Christ g mas giving which bear the old saying Useful as well as orna f mental g familyfirst1if g alg1g Freeman Brosn Main Street opp Court House 120 9 OOOOOOOO 4t J fiRAND DISPLAY F af OF BUGGIS PHAETONS CARRIAGES CarriageWorksWorks have we displayed such a complete lint ofvehicles as wettow carry in stock A gaurantee goes with every vehicle that leaves the shop A visit to our Works will convince you that the above statements ale true Kentucky Carria gt Warts JOHN DONELSON Prop- torDURABLE Jtl x1BEAUTY 0 The Acorn AirTight Heaters is truly a durable buty We invite the pubLk to calf and examine 3Ur beautiful line now on display We also carry a complet stock of I WWMWttRangngprices frOin 3 to30 DOUtIai 4 get our plaices on Tin Roofing and Guttering iy Mr WE Buckley one of the best tinam in the Stt charge of this deparknent j OldRit thTkirttovesRoofingus k1Jij 0 TAYLOR rooa L ii AIN ST RfOHMQN KY if DRY GOODS f I ELDEPSl- BARGA1STIRE 4 Our Stock is iIi every f DepartmenLtS c showing the largest line ofts CL KrCAPES COLLABETTES Ever shown at prices that competition cannot touch DONT FAIL TO INSPECT OUR IDtning BoQttadd Gi t OUR PRICEgoARERI2H9Tl J OUR MILLINB8lDEPARTMENT toinspect4ici med strikingly effective and unequaled for quality style andprlce We guarantee perfect satisfaction in every particular v aprftyIbeDRESSGODS tlt To which we invite your inspection fW 11CISaws locta- 23lnch Hand Saws Octs npPhotoDover Egg Beaten Jets Plate Handles Sets Ei Sctg5Cooking r 12 White Swiss Ties Seta Tin Bpcket and Shovel Sts- CScoannt Grater lets Tin Battles 2 and Sets Pen Holders Ic up Lead Pencils 234 and Sets Cabinet Brass Easels lOcts r1 Pocket Knives 5 10 20 and 25cts y Butcher Knives lOcts CanOpenera5cts Little Gem Dime Banks 10ct4 Set of Pony a b Curling Irons 3 tOl Bird Cage Springs + Screw Hooks Sets ctaYW71 Razor BOct- sTracing Wheels et4iSafety Pins 2 and Sets per dozen Pins Ic per paper Hair Brushes lOcta np vS Cake Turners Sets X4 WdeZIOcIMalleable Stove Llsdrs Scts Rubber BaUs cta upc 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