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II 5m H JJJIT J flm WIW I r f itt 1 1r l J 5J t J C e sTHfl RICHMOND CLIMAXlti 5 4 I VOLUME 27RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JANUARY 9 1901 NUMBER 3 J JIm PROFESSIONAL CARDS ArrouTr R E ROBERTS ATTOUNKYATLAW r RICHMOND KENTUCKY over Climax Offica with Jas nMc Creary Second Street RW MILLER ATTOBNBYATLAW BICBUOXD KBNTDCK- Tnrace In the Bnrnara Building next door to armers National Bank teMly SULLriTA JA ATrORSSYATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office over State Rank Trust Co op posite Court House on Main Street joDMOUENAU1ATATTORNEYS RICHMOND KENTUCKY Oifice on Second street over Chen uts grocery W R LETCH ER- AttorneyatrLaWi RIlJUIOSD KEN1UCzY Office with T Smith Jr over Oivington l Mitchells TALSOT JACS30N J ATTORNEYATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY e7Offlce In Prather Bulldlnc Main Ftreet PHTSIOIA1TS DBS GIBSON GIBSON PHYSICIAKS AND SURG EQbS RICHMOND KENTUCKY Oce in tbtloe Ccilins building iS and so Sec end Street ovei Afime aod drue torc 7 l HAS C HOOKER ETERTNARY SURGEON Graduate Ontario 1lltrnary College Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty iO ice at my stable on corner First and Water Streets Richmond Ky apr7ly II C JASPER M D Medicine andE urRery Ofbce Prather Building Main Street Telephone at resilience the Carr place on Broadway RICHMOND KENTUCKY EVANS JI D GW PHYSICIAN AND SUHQEON RICHMOND KENTUCKY DENTAL SURGERY 1 1at1e t tODSO DENTIST or LociavtLLB KY ajOfflce next door to OoTernm utiding BlchmSnd Ky Office honn9 to 121 to 4 norl7Iy Dr Louis H iandman No503 West Ninth Street Cincinnati Ohio will be at Hotel Glyndon Richmond Ky on WEDNESDAY JAN 9 1901 returning every second Wednesday o each month Reference every physician of Richmond Ky insy1Iy- VANTEDACTIVE MAN OF GOOD CHAR- acter h deliver and collect in Kentucky for old entabiished manufacturing wholesale house a yea sura pay Hottest more than ex perlcnce required Our reference any bank In any city Encloce elfaddrrls d tamped en velope Manufacturers hlrd Floor XU Dear born St Chicago HI 12septlm Our Goods AND Our prices Compel you to trsfdewUh us when you give us a trial t1B m- 11h m Q 1DIBDtII The ladies cannot be deceived by catchy phrases nor bombastic claims Aw we liaveto say is we buy in the best markets of the world select the la test goods and when you buy you know you have the latest uptodate goods Is that you want lIt so thide with Whit ANDGiDsnnI L 114 + + NNES MERSII8N rSlLOON PARLOR TOWN refreshing can be found are dispensed by up to late and accommo dating clerks n Oeatlh e SuiteI Wr It Tie s k PhoneS Second St I ROITYOiYD JrY PATENTS AS TI PAK f 0rr Notice InUlJi1MtlM 41S Book 11OWESSS Cll4r Letters u tSlHUi s EYETESTSCarefully without Chargs Our glasses correct defective visiih ond relieve headache cause by nervous strain We determine the right lens by the aid of scientific treatment Ste+ + i o 3e ia o3antt 1 4 + VIiil lit ncburately find seculIh at ilindetate prices Driving Goggles and Smoked Glasses at low prices F L YEAGER Hynrulin n m rdD1 rtii roIAce BnUovcrjgreat easier this Separator It does away with expensive and Squires no power or fuel to run ItINo farmer with two or more cows can r afford to be witbou one Manufactured in three sizes NoB 1 S and 3 prices 800 01000 and 1500 each Liberal discount to Agent Agent wanted in every county Write at once toIEd S Cushman CEXXEIIVIZHI XA- Joe2T6ra Mme HAMILTON LADIES TAILOR AND DRESSMAKING Accordeon and Knife Plaitin- gRichmond Ky sepll tf THE BEST PAPERPT Pnblislieil In the United States for Democrats aud for ALL readers Is th- eTwiceaWeek CourierJournalT- he equal of many dailies and the auperforof all other emiweeklles or weeklies Isrned Wednesday and Saturday 101 copies a ytar and you get it for only 100 A YEAR The Wednesday issue is devoted to News Matters the Saturday issue to Home Matters A liberal commission to Agents Sample copies rheerfilly sent free to all who will ask for them rite to COURIB JOURNAL Louisville Ky BY SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT YOU CAN ORTTU- ERICHMOND CLIMAX AND THE- TwiceaWeek Courier JournaI Both One Year for Only 150 This i for cash snbSriptions only AH sub scriptions under this combination offer must be sent through the CLIMAX office 4SOUTHERN RIIILWtIY IN KENTUCKY Confsaied Schedals la Effect Hi 0100 ASTBOUSn No t KoSu No3- Lv Ioubv lie 745ami 400pm 74pm- t Shclbyville9lOain lI3pm IUJ5pm lif Larencebc IlIiO1m lIpm 94pm- Ar VersatileslOlfain 647pm 1001pm Ar Lexington 1045am 715pm laOOpm WESTBOUHD No6 NoR T 04 LY LOXiWtOU73Oan 435pm 6sam Ar 755am 5W- PUrLarencebg8jam IUI3IIm fcSipm 653am Ar Shelbvrllle o5pm 630am Ax Lout Yll1e lQtOJm 74Opm 75oarn- ZASTBOUD WItSTDOUCn No ISlNo STATIONS No liNa 400pm ILlLV Lontavit Ar Pi1O4Oam OJHpm LT riarnebnrAri 6SOpm lOam 715pm ArllarodsbsLvHOpm 72Oaui 73opm lO5imlAr flurgin Lv 4ZOpm 7tOam wA9TDOtrKD WESTDOU1D- No IS tNo l7STATIONS 1tN i40- 0pm 1aD Lv LoulsvllAr IQ4Olm 6Epm GlOam LT Shelbvll Ar 910am oKvm 647pm IOUi Lz VenUes Ar 7fOam 8O2plf- l1lOpm ILIOam Ar Midway Lv 73Oim 34Opm 74Opm UOllm M GeorllLn 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WAGNER THRILLING ACCOUNT OFTHE FAMOUS CON TEST AT LOUISVILLE IN 1839 rw D Porter in Lex Herald Dec 23 18001 A friend in Texas wrote the editor of the Morning Herald asking for an account of the famous race at Louisville in 1839 between Gray Eagle and Wagner The letter was pub lished in the Herald and the Hon Ben Johnson Bsqof Bardstown was good enough to send an account of the race with the following JeJLter MY DEAR SIR I saw in the Herald I am a subscriber for the editorials that you wished for a Texas friend information regarding the Grey EagleWagner race Among my fathers old papeis I have frequently seen and often read the report of the race written by W D Porter for the old Spirit of the Times in 1839 I herewith send it to you looking exclu sively to you for its safe and early return to me- Yours truly BEN JOHNSON The Heraldis too grateful- to Mr Johnson for the oppor tunity to give its readers this delightful account of one of the most famous races of this country not to take the best of Care of the longpreserved account which he sent and which is reproduced below The copy he sent is cut from an issue of the Obseiver and Reporter of Thursday Octo ber 2 187J and is as follows At this time when a newly awakened interest in turf matters is being manifested throughout the entire Union our readers will not we are sure complain that we have taken space in which to repub lish the spirited description written byW D Porters of the old Spirit of the Times of the first great race that was run vat Louisville between G e TaOnertheJacknowledged monarch of the turfin thatday The writer of this account has never been equalled in descriptions of this kind accurate and minute in details he never became pro lix and there is a vividness and a fire in the narration that is communicated to the read- Er who eager and excitech eannot lay it down until the result is ascertained We have not room to speak in this place of a variety of in teresting circumstances con nected with the meeting but sliall be pardoned for alluding to the unusual number of dis tinguished individuals pres ent and the blaze of beauty refle ted from the ladies pa villion on the occasion of the first race between the champions of Louisiana and Kentucky The number ofJadies in attendance was estimated ateight hundred while near ly two thousand horsemen were assembled on the field The stands the fences the trees the tops of carriages and every eminence overlook ing the cource werecrowded probably not less than ten thousand persons composed p SUfaO wants to put out a fire she doesnt tl heap on oil and Wood She throws V 8 on waterknowing Ihat waterquenchC3 n fire When a woman wants to get Sl well from dzeazex peculiar to her sex fJ x she should not add fuel to the fire her life away She JJitand ctates They do not check JjJrlCltIeIClS temalc Regulator should be J ti taken by every wcman tor girl who has the t slightest suspclon any of the menu which ofIe flict1 hey wIll be wasting until they take ItJ Iastren t h e n I n g tonic which jets t the roots the disease and cures the cause It does not drug the pain It eradicates itthe womb j inflammation and periodIcal aulferln it or Jnfulm- enstruaUnnand by doing all this drives away the hundr d and one aches and pains Whlchlraln health and beauty happiness and gooel temper front many womans life It Is theon remedy above all other- which every woman know about and use aI10O prr4 otHo at any drag Send forfeit free I Wusirttd book The BradfleU- gu1aor ca AtZana Gs msuuurnss1 4 c 1 t the assemblage comprising not only several distinguished Senators and nearly the en tire Kentucky delegation in Congress with their families but the elite of the beauty and fashion of the State Among the earliest on the groundwere the Hon Judge Porter of Louisiana the dis tinguished exSenator and Mr Clay His colleague in the Senate Mr Crittenden soon followed with Gen Atkinson Maj Stewart and Captain Alexander of the army Judge Woolley Gover nor Poin dexter Judge Rowan the Hon Messrs Menifee Allan LetcherHardiuHaves Graves etc Among the guests of the Club wellknown to the sporting world we noticed J S Skinner Esq of Baltimore W M Anderson Esq of Ohio Col F M No land of Arkansas the Messrs KenneirMr Slidell Mr Par ker Mr Beasley of Louisi ana Mr McCargo Mr Beas ley and Capt Bacon of Virginia Mr George Cheatham Tennessee Major Fleming of Alabama and a great num ber more whose nanes have escaped us Good bieeding forbids an enumeration of the distinguished throngs of belles The young miss just from the trammels of schoolsflush edwith joy and fears the bud ding blooming girl of sweet sixteen the more stately and elegant full blown woman the darke3Ted Southerner with her brown complexion and matchless form the blueeyed Northerner with her dimpled cheek and fair and spotless beauty were gathered here in one lustrous galaxy The gentlemen were unmatched for variety the Bar the Bench the Senate and thet Press the Army and Navy and all the et cetera that pleasure or curiosity attract ed were here represented- We are very much tempted to essay to describe few of these radiant belleshad kind Heaven made us a poet like Prentice we would im mortalize them asweareonly- a proser we can merely de tail them If any ivan de mands by what right we al lude EO pointedly to them surely we may ask what right have they to be so beautiful But how shall our pen do nomage to the daughters of old Kentucky whose striking Di Vernon beauty with their dark lustrous eyes and sable tresses is only rivaled by the high culture bestowed upon heir minds and the attrac tion of those feminent accomplishments which gild refined gold and render them among the loveliest and most fascinating women within the circuit of the sun Thewaters of Lethe must flow deep over our souls tobanish the mem ory of the boquets andgloves we won and lost on that day The evening festivities that followed the brilliant dance the plaintive song that lapt us inElysium and she too the fairy masquerader in the Suliote cap and bodice lives she not last as well as first in our remembrance To be continu- edKENTUCKY STOCKFOR CUBA The sum of 110000 has been appropriated foX the purchase of 3000 cattle and 500 broodmares to be distributed in Cuba among the farmers of the provinces of Santa Clara Puerto Principie and Santiago where they il- lIbe sold at cost and on easy in stallments Senor Dacoste Secretary of Agriculture in a recent visit to the United States made inquiries as to the classes of cattle best adapted to Cuba and decided in favor of Kentucky stock If they take any but very young stock we mean calves jveanlings ever one would Iflie in that tropical climate Ex One of the big express com ipanies has giveaway 50001 in Christmas gifts This is lyery nice of course but is it liny reason why a parcels post should not be inaugura e tin this country as it is in ery other ciyilizddCQuntrj in thegl be jtJ 1 t j Uts Easy 110 Takel m w Th1e anmc girls i need fa ffty food to enrich their bkd give color to 3- I their checks and restore their health and strength It is tI safe to say that they nearly S all reject fat with their food i S0ujSj9KCOD WITII HYPOPHOSPHITESoFt1HE SODA m is exactly what they require = it not only gives them the im w J portant element codliver oil g in a palatable and easily di w w gested form but also the hypo I phosphites which are so valua 1 iltble in nervous disorders that w g usually accompany an mia j g SCOTTS EMULSION isa fatty food that is more easily digested than any other form i of fat A certain amount of a in flesh is necessary for health S YoucangetitinthiswayWe m m in sons to gain a pound a day while taking it U 5pc and 100 all druggists d lSCOTT BOWNE Chemists New Yorka GeEEeE6eCeeEE EEEEEE SUSAN ANTHONY CALENDER The Anthony Portrait Committee of Wayhington D C has issue a neat ittle calender salied The Anthony Home Calender which contains MisS Anthonys latest picture md various views of her home in Rochester together with selections from her letters and speeches The illustration are from photograph taken in October by Miss Francis Benjamin Johnston of Washington DC expressly for this purpose Among the illustrations are outside views of Miss Anth onys home her parlor showing table on which the call for the first woman suffrage convention was written in 1848 also a corner of the famous attic where the records of 50 years suffrage work are stored There is also a cor ner of the office showing historic portraits and the quilt made by Miss Anthony at the age of fourteen There is a picture of Miss Autnony at the desk which was presented to her on Iir 70th birthday and a sampler made by her at the age of 11 This sampler contains a record of the Anth ony family done in needle- wOrk Theclosing picture is of Miss Anthony standing in her doorway FlemingIof enders in charge A MODEL STREET RAIL ROAD Tile Georgetown street rail way system is oneof the most accommodating in the world While it operates only one ear yet that car is provided with comforts far superior to those of the street railways of Louisville In the George town car are several heaters which amply provide against the blast of a cold day while the raotorman stands in a vestibule which shuts him off from thebitingwinds of win ter and makes histjob a com fortable and pleasant one Times NAKED AS A JAY ILcxington GaietteI AladyinLouisville who belongs to the four hundred and boasts of a knowledge of French told her houseboy to inform a society gentleman roller that she was negligee and could not see him The boy reported to thebailer that Miss begged to be excused as she was as naked as a jay n finister Conger probabl wouldnt mind very much ii he were recalled to make way for so ieoftheinsitentpa triots who wanthis place H jould then rite form maa ziue ft t f ii j LOVE and Politics is the title of a new sensational novel over which all Washington is at present agog It is easily the wonder of the hour In it a disappointed office seeker gets next to the admin istration and gives the public a kinetoscopio pamorama of the inside life of the capitol citys officials opens to view numberless closets in which proprieIwis purpose and that purpose is to show up President McKinley in his real light and ac cording to its contents Mac is made to appear like thirty cents three times Everything within Executive reach it declares is as barIter the President it election and now paying the price in isI Jandcatches it equally severe at the hands or rather pen ol the caustic scribeuNomorale is there in the House orSenate to restrain McKin ley in his unlawful acts he exclaims even in the old scrupulous Senate many have I become servile echoes of the man at the White House and unblushingly vote certificates of character to his worse ap pointees in order to propitate hija for their own uses Thunder and brimstone fire Itheauthor of this pamphlet disI plays such torrents of scathing denunciation have not been heard of since the La mentations of Jeremiah andIthe beauty of it isitsall Marie Correlli or Laura Jean Libbey cant touch it in thrill irg interest and its furnished us for only two bits Hot tamale everybody step up and buy one High life is going cheap THK Beggars of the SeaI have a worthy descendant in the Boer General Christian De Wet Like unto his ances tors of renown who threw down the dykes of the Nether lands flooded their country and sailed out to sea rather than become the prey ofSpan- ish avarice General De Wit at a great sacrifice to the land he loves is yet waging guerrilla warefare in an en deavor to present his beloved Transvaal from becoming crushed by the iron heel of a despotic power The gods it seems have ever helped those Who help themselves and many times of late has the eagle of victory perched upon the banner of the patriot warrior His successes though small ones have yet been of sufficient importance to pre vent Lord Roberts from re turning home British occu may be eventual but fortune favors the bold and persevering The tortoise beat the rabbit a noted Latin general wore out a foe by waiting so as to the Trans vaals future who knows Rome wasnt built in a day The power of a State or municipality to place restric tions upon the manner in which patents should be assigned and sold has never been squarely brought before the United States Supreme Court with the result that much conflicting legislation has been enacted by different States but it is generally accepted by the legal frater nity that while a State may regulate the sale of the manu factured article covered by a patent it cannot annex conditions toot restrict the sale of the patent right Quoted from a pamphlet issued by E G Siggers Patent Lawyer Washington D C The general interestin tie Booker T Washington series of autobiographical articles calledp From Slavery now being published in The Outlook is constantly on the increase The installment contained in the January Magazine Number of The Outlook tells some extremely significant as well as amusing stories of the difficulties enJ countered at Tuskegee in in ducing the ambitious coloreds udents to turn their atten tion to industrialsubjectEf The article has many illustra tions S3 ar year The Outlook Company 287 Fourth ave New York It is a great pity that child stealing is not a capital or even a serious offense in Ne braska Other States should take warning and overhaul their criminal codes ds e thatl they are BOt quLly deficient I v jic O l I f t b bTITTJR HI READIdSince our advent into business it has been our constant effort to bring to our patrons all articles of Morris Chairs- Rockers IRoman 0Q Chairs1 0 I 0 Pedestals g GI Children s G Chairs Je Rockers 4 t- I and Beds Couches eGfG carried TAKING a Day 73 Night InB Facts Worth TO PEOPLE The GermanAmerican Specialists Associa han of Milwaukee Wis have originated a system of home treatment for Liver Kidney Stomach Female Diseases Diseases of men caused bv youthful folly etc that does not 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Offered CLIMAX FARMER 1 FARMER nractlcal health Athlrss tiji Stools Mouldings Frames Pictures Mirrors Racks Jardinere Stands Ladies andUNDER ll1MO1O rNJI Ti YIGORMEN MACNETl HER VINE WrOteLaslIlMuucnhjMt Vitality NtiTOns D bimr insomnia Valllni Memory anc i rJIrCtellJto Most iledloloa co Faol I1lru For sale by Stockton A Hagan Druggists declSly Whit TKS does is to give the fairest the mot unbiased the clearest conception of the nu momentous occurrences which are shaping the worlds history today This weekly functions- ot the newspaper and ofan illustrated magazine and discusses politics religion education economic liters ture and srtNcw York Timtt llmah9 OUTLOOKLYMAN ABBOTT HAMILTON V MABIE EUITOr 5 during the months of November December and Janiiiry vl appear a series of ten autobiographical papers lie i c ooer Irt1 fV rzrh t 1 J I telling the romantic story of his life from birth in a Vrv j skive cabin to the eminent position vhuh he itls f builder and head olTuskcgte Institute and t he hnr t ard trusted leader of the colored race m this con Every Reader oc This P iCi rwill surcly be interested in Mr Washingtons story and U1 special ofla in order to ivCre duce THE OUTLOOK to new leaders we will send THE OUTLOOK lor the tliue montbsaLovj mentioned at the special pice o cents regular priceicventylive rent providing the name of this paper U mentioned THE OUTLOOK Jells the story of world h3 ings every week in short clear laborsaving paragraphs Address Subscription Department B THE OUTLOOK 287 Fourth Avenuer New York City GRAND DISPLAY OF BUGGlfS PHAETONSICARRRGESI Greet the optics of all that visit the Kentucky Carriage Works Nevsr before since the foundation of these Works have we displayed such a complete line of vehicles as we now carry in stock A gaurantee goes with every vehicle that leaves the shop A visit to our Works will convince you that the above statements are true Entk CariaE Works 1 L JOHN DONELSON Proprietor PITtSBURGl- ilCENTRIIiL i STOCK YABH t EST LIBERTY PA OFFER SUPERIOR ADVANTAGES TO SHPPFRSv i Yards have been enlarged and rearranged t- It is the nearest to the Eastern Market f Best Distributing Point East of Indianapolis for Balti morA Washington PhiladelPhiatNew Yorkand all Easteilnf markets f 1 Good buyers ahi ays in atttudarice for export cattle and ill other kiflds of sW eks- CoesigiiMieBts I r CdMiinission firms given prompt fit ent o 1JJ iLAyN 1Zau liCjklMJII tit1i I 1 lr p ti TFwi l 0lilt r I = J 1 f J 7 t TiII3 it RICHMOND t CLIMAX hl 1 i W iIt j 5f+ 117 4 + IVOLU r crRICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JANUARY 9 1901 NUMBER f r PROFESSIONAL CARDS ADroiTr R E ROBERTS ATTORN KYATLAW RICIIMON U KENTUCKY BaOffleeoverCHmar Offlce with Ju B Mc Creary RW MILLER ATTORXBTATIAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Oflce In the BurnumBulIdlng next door to rroeri National Bank feb3Iy SULrr T JA ATTOKXEYATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office over State Bank Trust Co op posite Court House on Main stre- etjODMOIIENAULT ATTORNEYS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Otfice on Second street over Chen auits grocery V R LETCHER Attorneyat Law RIIIUOXD KE JTCCKY Office with T J Smith Jn over Covington Mitchells TALBOT JACKSON J ATTORNEYAT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY eaOfflce In Prather Building Main Street PHTSIOIANS DllS GIBSON S GIBSON IHYJICIANS AND SURG EOAS RICHMOND KENTUCKY OlEee In the 10e Ctilins building iS and K Sec end Street orei Wnue oold drueitore 27 CHAS C HOOKER VETERINARY SURGEON Graduate Ontario Vtterinary College Veterinary DentUtry and Sterility a Specialty a3O3ce at my stable on corner First and Water Streets Richmond Ky aprtly IL C JASPER M D Medicine nndurgery Oftce Prather Building Main Street Telephone at residence the Carr place on Broadway RICHMOND KENTUCKY W EVANS MDG PJIYBICIAN AND SURGEON RICHMOND KENTUCKY DENTAL SURGERY Dt Oasvxv6 tt ttonSOl DENTIST or LoUISVILLE Kr- aaOfflce next door to povernTt rSnlldlne BichmSnd Ky Office a1 l to 4 novITly Dr Louis H Landman No 503 West Ninth Street Cincinnati Ohio will be at Hotel Glyndon Richmond Ky on WEDNESDAY JAN 9 1901 returning every second Wednesday o each month Reference every physician of RIch- mond Ky maylly ANTEDACTIVE MAN OF GOOD CHAR- acter ti deliver and collect In Kentucky for old established manufacturing wholesale house J90J ayeap sure pay Hottesty more than ex pcrnce required Our reference any bank In any city Enclose selfaddnss d stamped en velope Mauufacturers Third Floor 33i Dearborn St Chicago III Wsepttm Our Goods AND Our prices Compel you to trade vith us when you give us a trial mlm 1J Jm l ij9 I MM mmnfujU The ladies cannot be deceh ed by catchy phrases nor bombastic claims All we havetp say is we buy in the best markets of the world select the latest goods and when you buy you know you have the latest uptodate goods Is that what you want If so trade vi L- itWhIteAND G I bson11- ALL Ar+ ++ fjS9NES MERSH6M Sll O- NwIrs PARLOR 114 TOWN oolest and most refreshin pf drinks that can be fount the city are diipeflSed upto late and 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fe L free obserratloa cbalrear IxnilsriUa LeJtnctCtJ jtQ8 free oitwmtlon chat earLexlncton M rnirlll Mo4 rteeptaecw Blrmtngbam to Louisville tbtxlogao Iot1lraiu bO5ween Loutail- bpwts Lexington an4 d4ll7 3wEe yMulee aa4 Georgetown Nos II 4 fcxIlT WOE O1l1ud aaUyexcept Sunday Betweem Versattle N IChOIU flUe pick jptr sIr M daily except Sunday I ttll1 sao itSae4ey Olecr trains daily ypaO J3L CvrrTM WIWto4I f Wa1agtonDCj- LTAywLAUPA vA GPA fa oMev C HISTORIC RACE- BETWEEN GRAY EAGLE AND WAGNER THRILLING ACCOUNT OFTHE FAMOUS CON TEST AT LOUISVILLE IN 1839 fW D Porter Lex Herald Dec 23 18001 A friend in Texas wrote the editor of the Morning Herald asking for an account of the famous race at Louisville in 1839 between Gray Eagle and publishedHon Ben Johnson Esq of enoughtowith the followingletter My DnSig I saw in the Herald I am ai subscriber for the editorials that you wished for a Texas friend information regarding the Grey Eagle Wagner race Among my fathers old papers I have frequently seen and often read the report of the race written by W D Porter for the old Spirit of the Times in 1839 I herewith send it to you looking exclu sively to you for its safe and early return to me- Yours truly BEN JOHNSON The Herald is too grateful to Mr Johnson for the oppor tunity to give its readers this delightful account of one of the most famous races of this country not to take the best of Care of the longpreserved account which he sent and which is reproduced below The copy he sent is cut from an issue of the Observer and Reporter of Thursday Octo ber 2 1871 and is as follows At this time when a newly awakened interest in turf matters is being manifested thrpxighout the entire Union our readers will not we arc sure complain that we have taken space in which to republish the spirited description written byW D Porter of the old Spirit of the Times of the first great race that was betweenGreJ acknowledged monarch of the turfin thatday The writer of this account has never been equalled in descriptions of this kind accurate and minute in details he never became pro lix and there is a vividness and afire in the narration that is Communicated to the read er who eager and excited cannot lay it down until the result is ascertained We have not room to speak in this place of a variety of in teresting circumstances connected with the meeting but shall be pardoned for alluding to the unusual number of distinguished individual pres ent and the blaze of beauty reflected from the ladies pa villion on the occasion of the first race between the cham pions of Louisiana and Kentucky The number ofladies- in attendance was estimated ateight hundred while near ly two thousand horsemen were assembled on the field The stands the fences the trees the tops of carriages and every eminence overlook ing the cource werecrowded probably not Jess than ten thousand persons composed O UfaWomanit 1 Jlj Jigettshe should not add fuel to the fire O already burning her life away She ishould not take worthless drugs and Jl potions composed of harmful narcot jjQsimply add fuel to the fire x Bradflclds Female O Regulator should be 9 taken by every woman SA or who has the J1ia They rncnts be flict until The tonic a womenI at the disease the cause It doea notdrug the pain it eradicates it Jj It stops the wombr leucorrhea inflammation and periodical suffering fr scanty or menstruation and by doing nil this drives away the hundred and one aches and pains which drain health and beauty happiness and good temper front many a womans life It is the one remedy above alt others which every woman should know about and use 8100 CIbntHe at any dl1lC tere Smd for our free Suntretrd book TAe rMlfkTi- CegttMJfC At rtGta 1 i e a i J the assemblage comprising not only several distinguished Senators and nearly the en tire Kentucky delegation in Congress with their families but the elite of the beauty and fashion of the State Among the earliest on the ground were the Hon Judge Porter of Louisiana the distinguished exSenator and Mr Clay His colleague in the Senate Mr Crittenden soonfollowedwith Gen Atkinson Maj Stewart and Captain Alexander of the army Judge Woolley Gover nor Poindexter Judge Rowan the Hon Messrs Menifee Allan LetcherHardin Haves Graves etc Among the guests of the Club wellknown to the sporting world we noticed J S Skinner Esq of Baltimore W M Anderson Esq of Ohio Col F M No land of Arkansas the Messrs KennerpMr Slidell Mr Par ker Mr Beasley of Louisi ana Mr McCargo Mr Beas ley and Capt Bacon of Vir ginia Mr George Cheatham ofTennessee Major Fleming of Alabama and a great number more whose names have escaped us Good bieeding forbids an enumeration of the distin guished throngs of belles The young miss just from the trammels of schoolsflush edwith joy and fears the bud ding blooming girl of sweet sixteen the more stately and elegant full blown woman the darkeyed Southerner with her brown complexion and matchless form the blueeyed Northerner with her dimpled cheek and fair and spotless beauty were gathered here in one lustrous galaxy The gentlemen were unmatched for variety the Bar the Bench the Senate and thet Press the Army and Navy and all the et cetera that pleasure or curiosity attracted were here represented- We are very much tempted to essay to describe few of these radiant belleshad kind Heaven made us a poet like Prentice we would im mortalize them as we are only a proser we can merely de tail them If any man de mands by what right we al lude so pointedly to them surely we may ask what right have they to be so beautiful But how shall our pen do nomage to the daughters of old Kentucky whose striking Di Vernon beauty with their dark lustrous eyes and sable tresses is only rivaled by the high culture bestowed upon their minds and the attrac tion of those feminent accom plishments which gild refin ed gold and render them among the loveliest and most fascinatingwomen within the circuit of the sun Tile waters of Lethe must flow deep over our souls to banish the mem ory of the boquets andgloves we won and lost on that day The evening festivities that followedthe brilliant dance the plaintive song that lapt us inElysium and she too the fairy masquerader in the Suliote cap and bodice lives she not last as well as first in our remembrance To be continued KENTUCKY STOCK FOR CUBA The sum flOOOO has been appropriated for the purchase of 3000 cattle and 500 broodmares to be dis tributed in Cuba among the farmers of the provinces of Santa Clara Puerto Principie and Santiago where they will be sold at cost and on easy installments Senor Dacoste Secretary of Agriculture in a recent visit to the United States made inquiries as to the classes of cattle best adapted to Cuba mid decided in favor ot Kentucky stock If they take any but very young stock we mean calves weanlings every one would die in that tropical climate Ex One of the big express com panies has given away 850 000 in Christmas gifts This is very nice of course but is it uny reason whapJrcels post should not be inaugura ted in this country as it is in evejyxtlrer ciyiUzcd6cwntry in the globe TT r I9999999999999 EasyJTo I w tIftoIhealth and strength It isg safe to say that they nearly i all reject fat with their food i scji2s0ipK COD LIVER OILWI- THHYPOPHOSPMTESoraMEfSODA Ihs exactly what they require S it not only gives them the im g portant element codliver oil in a palatable and easily diB w dl gested form but also the hypo i phosphites which are so valua m ble in nervous disorders that II dl g usually SGOHS accompany an mJam food that is more I imflesh is necessary for health You can get it in this way m i pergsons S g day while taking it y tsiYortw eE EE6QE E e SUSAN B ANTHONY CALENDER The Anthony Portrait Committee of Washington D Chas issue a neatlittle calender calied The Anthony Home Calender which contains Miss Anthonys atest picture and various viewsof herhome in Rochester together with selections from her letters and speeches The illustration are from photograph taken in October by Miss Francis Benjamin Johnston of Washington DC expressly for this purpose Among the illustrations are outside views of Miss Anth onys home her parlor showing table on which the call for the first woman suffrage convention was written in 1848 also a corner of the famous attic where the records of 50 years suffrage work are stored There is also a cor ner of the office showing his toric portraits and the quilt made by Miss Anthony at the age of fourteen There is a picture of Miss Autnon3 at the desk which was presented to her on ilth 70th birthday and a sampler made by her at the age of 11 This contains a record of the Anthony family done in needle work The closing picture is of Miss Anthony standing in her doorway Miss Catherine M Fleming of 1235 Howard street Wash ington D 01 has these cal enders in charge A MODEL STREET RAIL ROAD The Georgetown street railway system is oneof the most accommodating in the world While it operates only one ear yet that car is provided with comforts far superior to those of the street railways of Louisville In the George town car are several heaters which amply provide against the blast of a cold day while the motorman stands in a vestibule which shuts him off from thebiting winds of win ter and makes hfstjob a com fo table and pleasant one Times NAKED AS A JAY Lexington Gaiettel- A lady in Louisville who be longs to the four hundred and boasts of a knowledge of French torn her houseboy to inform a society gentleman caller that she was negligee and could not see him The boy reported to the caller that Miss begged to be excused as she was as naked as a jay Minister Conger probably wouldnt mind very much if he were recalled to make way for some of the insistent pa triots whcrwanthis pla6e He could then magatziflct t fitt j r 4 ct j i t 7 a itJ i i ILOVE and Politics is the title of a new sensational novel over which aU Washing tOll is at present agog It is easily the wonder of the hour In it a disappointed office seeker gets next to the administration and gives the public a kinetoscopio pamorauia of the inside life of the capitol viewItors ofwhich bone ards would sightItwith a purpose and that purpose is to show up President McKin Icy in his real light and ac cording to its contents Mac is made to appear like thirty centsspentabout three times Everything within Executive reach it declares is as bar terhLhe President it says bought his election and is now paying the price in stew ardships True to life is this arraignmentof McKinley and his Republican Congress catches it equally severe at the hands or rather pen 0 the caustic scribeuNomorale is there in the House orSenate to restrain McKinley in his unlawful acts he exclaims even in the old scrupulous Senate many have become servile echoes of the man at the White House and unblushingly vote certificates of character to his worse apei jppintees in order to propitate their own uses Thunder and brimstone fire and lightning arnt in it with the lurid flashes of genius the author of this pamphlet dis plays such torrents of scathing denunciation have not been heard of since the La mentations of Jeremiah and the beauty of it isitsall true Marie Correlli or Laura Jean Libbey cant touch it in thrill irg interest and its furnished us for only two bits Hot tamale everybody step up and buy one High life is going cheap THE Beggars of the Sea have a worthy descendant in the Boer General Christian De Wet Like unto his ances tors of renown who threw down the dykes of the Nether lands flooded their country and sailed out to sea rather Spanishat a great sacrifice to the land he loves is waging a guerrilla warefarein an endeavor to present his beloved Transvaal from becoming crushed by the iron heel ofa despotic power The gods it seems have ever helped those who help themselves and many times of late has the eagle of victory perched upon the banner of the patriot warrior His successes though small ones have yet been of sufficient importance to pre vent Lord Roberts froni returning home British oceu may be eventual but fortune favors the bold and persevering The tortoise beat the rabbit a noted Latin generalwore out a foe by waitingso as to the Trans vaals future who knows Rome wasnt built in a day The power of a State or municipality to place restrictions upon the manner in which patents should be assigned and sold has never been squarely brought before the United States Supreme Court with the result that much conflicting legislation has been enacted by differ ent States but it is generally accepted by the legal fraternity that while a State may regulate the sale of the manufactured article covered by a patent it cannot annex con ditions txror restrict the sale of the patent right II Quoted from a pamphlet issued by E IG Siggers Patent Lawyer Washington D C The general interest in tie Booker T Washington series autobiographical articles called Up From Slavery now being published in The 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SOIlS The next order they take in ought to be the Pease Brothers GOv Dtmmx of Indiana lifTs Invited Gov Becklmru to attend his in augural ball Wonder if that wont cause Bill Taylors temperature to drop THE twentieth century in America starts off nicety under the administration of tho McKiuley Minstrels Mac in in the White House Toddys in the Senate Hnnna turns the crank and the trusts own tie country We could not be doing better under Jes James Captain Kidd and Jack the Ripper Oro pro nol s VERILY hath it coinq to pass that tIe lion hath lain down with the lamb nnd a nnlorh us law breaker hath been admitted to fellowship and commu Ilion with law makers Frank James for years the terror of the West is about to be elected Door Keeper of the Missouri House of llepre sentatives Grace hath touched his hardy heart anti the paths that know him know him no more So may it be TirE impogsiblo has comn to pass Teddy Roosevelt has quit talking His sudden stoppage of speech is un precedened During tho campaign lit van tho fog horn of his party and lilt calliope voice was heard far am wide but nothing has been hard from him of lute Something must liars put a quietus on his spirit and thrown a damper on his voice It may bo that lie is writing a new book on How 1 Won for Mac Anyhow we can look out for squalls when he does gut on his feet Tnou shall not covet one of the commandments given with promise is one of tho most commonly broken The Republicans seem to covet the entire earth and the fullncssthereof not only their own proratta hut that of others also Dr Williams of Roekcas tlit who was defeated by a cool thous and in his race for Congress against Mr Gilbert of Shelby has como to the conclusion that ho was not fairly beaten and hiLts served notice of contest on Mr Gilbert His object must be to bleed the government by spending the two thousand dollars allowed for con tests Natural stubbornness and par tisan vindictiveness also figure largely Pears like these durn fool Republicans never give up till the cows come home CIFlBrarCoI LEXINGTON KY tiTTWMIhuu i Clearance 1 Salec Every piece of Mer chandise in our 6 house marked at Mary Prices I IN PLAIN FIGURES FOR CASH Its the GreatestSale Held in Kentucky h C1F1Broer LO1 lAIN AND DROADWAX LExutgTeMt KI iMf II q Jii o DUKE HENRY of the Mechlenbnrg Schewrin who is to marry the young Queen of Holland IB having trouble about his allowance He evidently foresees that he is going to be hen pecked if he has to depend on his wife fur fun ltI The Duke like the major ity of continental princelings has plenty of blood and plenty of pride but right great scarcity of ducats As he also happens as is tho way with most penniless young suitors to be good looking as well he was picked upou by Queen Wilhelmina who fancied his combination thinking to hold him in leading strings by reason of his lack of coin The Duke was ticked to death with all the arrangements except the matter of the unforthcoming shekels and they are now having trouble in tile family as the result We would advise his grace to stand up for his r l1hts and not to play to a loseing aatne The side that holds the sinews ol war generally carries the day Dont get in the gameHenry without n ew aces up your eleevbor youll be a bird in a gilded cagehJACK of all trades are some men The Rev John S Sweeny of Paris is one of them For twenty odd years ho was a minister of the gospel and then tj prove that he couldfight as well as he jumped into politics and ran or Auditor on the Assassination ticket From being a lifelong Democrat chameleon like he changed his colors and becairie a Republican Hid enjoy ment of official emolument however was short for he was promptly ousted when justice did its work and Goebels successor was sworn in So fascinating though did he discover the political arena that he resolved to make an other attempt to get in the swim so he applied to McKinley for the Parts postumstership which it is said he is nearly certain to receive Preaching and politics we did not know ran in similar channels Probably Rev Sweenys aim is to play the missionary and purify things Let us trust he will not go the way of his predecessor Mr baby who hwiped alt the funds in sight and thereby prove the truth o Charley Moores prophecy concerning the location of Tonhet IT has been wen said that knowl edge romes but wisdom lingers with tlie kindly aid of time mid experience this old world is gradually learning lea sons which shall rebound to the good of the race Hitherto in all the epochs of history along with the fire and sword of a conqueror lisa come a weapon immeasurably worse one which leaves in its wake effects most disastrous of tIll This is the introduc lion of strong drink When the French and English in turn were in control of Americas early colonial destiny flre water was the weapon with which they supplied the Indians and which caused the bloodcurdling mas sacres which make us shudder with horror as we read of the trials which beset the paths of our fore fathers Itecoguizing then the evils incident to furnishing whisky opium and similar intoxicants to a race unused to their effects Congress is about to pass a bill prohibiting the sale of such curses to the natives of the Philippine Islands A better movement was never inaugu rated by civilzcd man and it is to the oiedit of our nation that we are the first to start a work beneficial to the heathen and so near to the cause of God REPULSED by kith and kin in Europe President Kruger is slated at last to pay a visit to the land of the free and the home of tho brave in 1sheercounsel elsewhere A veritable Wan dering Jew has the worthy Oom Paul become as a result of the adverse de owes of fate No where does he meet with encouragement Germany his main hope in a most politic and hope less manner gave him plainly to un derstaud that the age of knight errant try was past and she could not for policys sake give him the assistance ahe wished him in her heart and the Kaiser was not at home when he called The French hooped and hurrahed for Mr Kruger fell on his neck and wept but all their enthusiasm they took out in noise The people of the Nethu lands were with him but they were not big enough guns to count so now he is about to cross the deep once again and plead for sympathy on our shores But we grieve to say he need look for noth jug from President KcKiuley that gentleman is too fond of John Bull The American public however sympa thizes largely with the Boers but at best Oom Paul could only raise a few volunteers to take a hand In his game so his mission to America is doomed to be barren of results Poor old man his wanderings are nearly as fruitless and varied as those of the wise Ulys ses but no Penelope is there to greet him at his journeys end Alas alack what a cold hard world it is GKKAT is Diana of tho Ephesians likewise great is time good State of Kans3s They take the record and break nil records for everything in that salubrious locality They have more cyclones and bigger ones thin any where else populists end socialists and grasshoppers abound in plenty and the doctrine of womans rights is also held in favor It ie the abiding place of Mrs Mary E Lease That alone should hand down its name from gen eration to generation But another andgreater prophet has arisen in the mail A Mrs Nation hitherto un known to fame arose to heights of heroism a few days since by declaring War on sculptured nudity and pictur esque views of the altogether No lover of art is Mrs Nation and all mas terpieces of the imaganation that beset her view she has determined to confiscate as contraband of war In pursuit of this theory this estimable lady started out on the warpath last weekwith paint and feathers on She heard of a portrait of Cleopatra attired in nothingness which adorned the plato glass of a leading jag factory n the towtTi 1 She soon was hot on its trail and surprised the elite crowd naJpresentby promptly demolishing the picture We are not told whether this was done with I beer mug or a broomstick we presume the latter She was at once taken in charge by a man in blue and lodged in the county jail Bail she would have none for principles Fake so she took her port and beau along with the other male factors resident there at the time Her stay in the house ofcprrectidn how ever is liable to be more protracted than she Intended toY make it for small pox broke ont there the very next day and the jail is now subject tIt the laws of quarantine When cbnfinment explresher spirit may also and maybe shell bo good then and let art nlone Sixty days ar so will take the stiffening out of most any bod- yfleWIint do you oujny most about Christmas SbsiuTh bargain salt t ftetwidss i i IN the way that they should go oc cording to his standard McKinley Is striving to raise np the youth of the land Students from four hundred colleges and universities are to be invited to participate in the Inauguralh parade The President to dazzle their minds by the munificence of the display nnd to cinch their em bryonic politics for his party When it comes to plans and plots Premier Hanna cant be beat A very Daniel hath como to judgemont when he takes a hand in tho game But he may reckon without his host on this occasion and the young America he transports to take part in McKinleys triumphal p rade may see things the other way Not all of usbelievo in Neros fiddling while Rome is burning TKUST in the Lord Always is the only trust mentioned in scripture fore the guidance of man The modern business man however dosent think that kind of a trust is calculated to build up commerce so side trickes and epe of his own aro introduced to ustle things up Bank Trusts are the newest fad of this kind In the light of investigation shedon the German Bank trouble in Newport it looks like various employees of that hitherto reputable Institution were banded together in an effort to rob the depositors and assist each other in looting all the cash handy Cashier Brown it will bo repiembered made off with u handsome sum after spending enormous sums in riotous living without detec tion It has now developed that another of the bunk clerks Remme by name was guilty of aiding and abet tingBrown in his swindling schemes Truly there are few honest men in this day and generation A man may just as well burn his money ad put it in a bank for its officials to steal In the l of u noted character o hfman got in this country anyhow HAND and glove with the adminis ration were the Cuban postal criminals It las almost been definitely decided that no investigation is to be made into the robberies of Messrs Keel Rath bone and Company and they are to S scotpelled to refund their thefts so they twillSome one else will be given their jobsas they are rich now and dont need them Old Columbia is a goose in the hands of the powers that be and she is being simply picked to pieces Rathbone and Neely made her f iithmeri fiy in Cuba They made a post ofllce trust out of the government mail and declared dividends every other day and yet the rascals go unpunished Let a poor negro steal a pig and lie gets sent to the pen but a Republican olllcial could walk oft with government bonds and the judges on the bench twouldIcon ratele him for being so clover and cute And yet we say this is a free coun try with equal rights to all and special privileges to none That the way we started out but we got sidetracked somehow We find now it makes consider able difference whose ox is gored CLAUDE CHINK the exDemocratic antiGoehehte County Clerk of Fay ettH who fell some 50000 behind in his accounts some months ago as every one remembers has announced for reelection on the Republican ticket He is trying to delude people into thinking that he is not responsible for the deficit and that he is a persecuted saint in disguise He is decidedly more like a wolf in sheeps clothing and lie isnt throwing wool in any bodys eyes by a pretence of virtue We rate a man by his deels ratiier than by his wotds these days and any man thirst shows up f50000 to the bad has no right to handle money he cant keep his fingers off of In some cases we have more respect for a murderer than a thief While ve condemn nnd pity we have not half the loathing for a man who iu a heat of passion slays another as wo feel for a man who stoops to lowdown theft We feel this way in regard to Mr Chluu and all honest men do likewise He has joined another party and may have their support but even that shall avail him nothing for when it comes to the scratch he will plainly see how he stands in the estimation of his fellowmen MUCH ado about nothing is what our English cousins are making now Lord Roberts has relumed to the land of fogs and the inhabitants thereof are rejoicing The English as a race have been ever stalid minded and de void of a sense of humor They are at this writing exhausting their lung power in cheering Little Bobs as though he had saved tho nation and done something rally meritorious As It is his performances have con sistbd merely of crushing a feeble strut gling incipient nationality out of ex isteuce a feat that it required nothing but superior force to accomplish General Roberts well equippedin this particular has exterminated this pco pie almost root and branch and has been created an earl and won the Gar ter as his reward He though is not to be blamed for his part in thomatter As a soldier and a loyal servant of his Queen he was subject to orders which he ablely and faithfully carried out It is tho policy of the English govern ment which should be condemned Cold hard and grasping it is deaf to the cries or humanity to satisfy its greed for universal empire it has made runny widows and orphans and broken thousands of hearts And yet the English are as enthusiastic though they were engaged in a war of hide pendence Their views of the matter forcibly recall to us the lines of Burnt Would that some power the gift conldglvens To see ourselve as others see u- iPSONAL Mr Sam Bales js visiting in Txixing ton Dr H C Heath was in Stanford last week Miss Bessie Barbour has returned to New York Jliss Carlyle Walker is at home from Louisville Miss Emily White Is visiting in Winchester Mrs Emma Fife is back from avis it Lexington Mr S L Tudor of Irvine was in town Monday Miss Laura Lynnvislted in Winchester last week Mr Millard West of Lancaster was here Thursday V Mr Will Bryant pjtorTisyillp was in town last week v j Miss Bessie tMondayfbr a yisittOJnncaetert v iS v Mr Will Bates was here from Cincinnati last week CulrO U Clienaulti off Lcxiagtoa UEvery Cloud Has a Sliver LiningT- he douds of bad bti od enveloping o tifSarspaxilk Americas Greatest Medicine which drives out All imparities from the blood ofeHfier sex or Any age Iyod8cu4lEA was here court day Mr Harry B Hanger has returned to Sault Ste Marie Mr and Mrs S Neville Moherley are in Cincinnati today Mr Will Bayless of Ioniavillovisit d friends here Sunday MI and Mrs B L Middelton are at home from SlmelbyvilleCDr L at the Hotel Glyndon today Mr W T Harris wan in Lexington on business last week Mrs EmmxConieilison is at home from a visit to LesingUiii Mr Gilbert Grinstead was in Stan fordseeral days last week Mr Charles T Cimenault of WInches- ter was in town court Jay Mr J T Hamilton has returned from a visit to Imidianinpolist 31r Harris Croolce has returned from a Christmas visit to Missouri Miss Bessie Baughman is visiting Mrs John D Peony in Pans Dr G W Stacner of Irvine was in the city Monday andTnesdayIMr Charles was Jn Georgetown last week Misses Lydia and Annie McKee returned from Lexington Judge A K Bnrnain of Frankfort was here several days last week Mrs C C Smith and Miss Curraleen Smith are back from Winchester Miss Betheuia McCoru is at home from a visit to Bourbon county Rev G W Young of Georgetown pent several days here last week Miss Sallie Tevls of Winchester was he guest of friends here last week Miss Johnnie Terrfll line returned to Hamilton College at Lexington Mr W E Muncy of Winchester spent Sunday with his family here Mr John W Rock has taken the road for a brokers flrurof Now York Mr Clifton Thompson of Mt Ster ling was among tho court day visitors PTOIJD Clark of Fayetto county has visited friends her for several days Mr and Mrs D A Wallace of Irvine were guest of relatives Iere last week Miss Jennie Jean Smith has returned o school at RichmondrGlasjow Times Mrs Mdrv Belts is at home from Clark county whero she spent the holidays Mr Eugene F Hume has returned t New York after spending the holidays at home Mr J Jennings Greenleaf has re turned to college at the University of VirginiaMiss Brown of Richmond Va is visiting her brother Mr Mil ward Brown Mrs L H Blanton is at home from a visit to her daughter Mrs E M Dickson at Paris Messrs E P Campbell P L Hume and Simp Campbell of Irvine were hero court day Mr Robert French has started on the road for time J W J5tuing Grain and Mill Company Miss Sprake of Cynthiana who has been the guest of Miss Kjttie French has returned home Miss Kate Blanton visited MlfiS Liz zette Dickson andattended the ger- man in Paris last week Miss Lou Terry of Paint Lick is spending the winter with her aunt Mrs W S Crutcher Mr Rosc Reeves has left forNicho lasville to assume control of tho Cincin nail Southern switch tower Prof and Mrs S J Sandorson have returned from their bridal tour and are at homo at Middlenborough Douglashavevisit to relatives and friends here Miss Jessie Royce has returned to Hamilton College Lexington after spending the holidays with homo folks yBlantonJolly Batchclors german in Paris last weekMrs H G McEhvaiu gave a cobweb party last Wednesday night in honor of time house party she was en tertainingMr Rollins Burnam Jrof Frankfort visited his grandparents Major and Mrs 0 F Burnam during the holidays Mr and Mrs Poage have returned to their home in Cincinnati after n visit to Mrs Poaged parents Mr and Mrs W R Letcher Mr Robert E Ltttlo has returned from Louisville We regret to say severelyfromMr Joseph Harvey Woolfork re UulversilyRichmond at home Midway Bluegrass Clipper Miss Mary B Park of Speedwell who will be remembered as qne of the brightest members of her class at JIndison Institute has entered Cornell at Ithica New York Mr C D Chenauit and family are in New Orleans Mr Chenauit will look after some bnaimicmipof tho Southern Improem nt while there Mr Walter LaBsing of Boone comp ly popularly knoMrn as Squire has untlllJayartAcademy at Annapolis Md Little Misses Anne Bennett Cohen and Georgia Wagers who have been the guests of Miis Elizabeth Brbokft returned to Richmond TuesdayMr Alfred Nuckols ppent last week in RichmondWoodford Sun Rev L L Kyle the noted anti Mormon lecturer has just returned from a visit to his father Mr Rfj 10aeslIhe will engage in church work Judge John C Chennult of Rich mond was a guest of Col and Mrs dlriugChristmas lace Estill jjhd daughter MissMartha Cheuaulfc Estill of Fayctfe county qtMrsHomo with heft gramluiother Jfrs thelJHdlflllforlll r n it2 k1 RELIGIOUS Rev L ii Blanton filled the PresS b terinn pulpit Sunday Rev Lloyd tho recent pastor of Christian church has accepted n all to Youngstown Ohio Rev JI Wills of Harrodsburg has accepted a call from thexVmey Fork church of Speedwell thfs county He will deliver sermons there on the second Saturday and Sunday of each1 month Mr Ben Andres of Central University preached at time Methodist church Sunday morning In the aosonce of the pastor Rev Turner Mr Andres is a bright young man and one of the lead- Ing members of the Y M C A lie made an excellent talk and bids fair to become u minister of promise Rev Hugh McLetlan of Shebyville reached two excellent sermons at time hristian Church last Sabbath Mr HcLellan is a young inaii thoroughly fnibued with the spirit of progress an earnest student of human nature and has a delivery that chums theattention of his audience Hewill doubtless be called to the pastornto of the congrega tion here Should he accept he will prove a real addition and ornament to Richmonds clerical force His sermon Sunday morning on the Individuality of this Race was the most forcible and unique lecture heard here for some JUiASSFIELD Mad dogs are raging in this section Mr Willie Daniel visited relatives at IrvineJast week A fine sorrelmure owned by Mr Joe Oldhuin died last week The infant son of Mr and Mrs D E Ellison has been very sick the pnt low day MiBsNnnnie Ames of Crookesville was the guest of Miss Sadie Loweii lott week Miss Anna Gilbert entertained a number of young folks athcr home Jast Thursday evening Mr John Todd of IJybeetown was the guest of friends and relatives here during the holidays There is astrange disease among tlin horse stock hero Several horses have died and several are sick at this writ ingSeveral of the young intin of this place are talking of going West soon Wo will be rather lonesome when thy leave but perhaps they will comeback bye and bye Tho Misses Lowen gave a delightfn1 entertainment to their friend last Monday evening Miss Ocy Ellison was the organist and played several beautiful pieces after which refresh intents were served Time event was simply a success and will long be re membered by all who were present Weoften blame Fate for adverse hap penings when we ourselves forco Des tinys hand When a man is frozen out of n Rood tIming he is usually hot aboutit Rows This Wo offer One Hundred Dollars ro ward for any case of Catarrh that can not bo cured by Halls Catarrh Cure F J CHENEY CO Toledo OhloIWe the undersigned have J Cheney for tho past 15 years anI believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligation math by their firm DrulslstsToledoWholesale Druggists Toledo 0 Halls Catarrh Cure is taken inter nally acting directly upon the blood systemPrJcedruggists Testimonials free Halls Family Pills are the best 2janm PMi 1iooI Insure your dwelling barns and other prop ertyln the BLUe GRASS INSURANCE COM PANY of Lexington Ky a home institution Gives protection against FIRE LIGHTNING AND TORNADO No assessment calls on members n losses occur to other members and no initiation fee charged to become a member ol company The cheapest and most reliable company for the people of our county now operating in the State and gets cheaper every year falling to onehalf after the first year 3Por further particulars call on L P ADAMS Agent and Collector office in courthouse with the County Judge RIchmond Ky roay21ly CREDITORS NOTICE I aipstElizaquested to present same to the under signed on or before February 1st 1501 properly proven arid verified or same Darred ED C CARSON Admr jan25w 4 44 +Main Opp Court Hot3e i I Dissolution Notice 1 By mutual content the uloon flrm of J E Mitchell A Co was df 80lTed on January litIDOL Mr Eo Berrr continuing at the same- andst All persons indebted to the firm are requested too Uand settle at once jan92w J E MITCHELL CO REPORT OF TUB StiffQUARTERLY Co Richmond Ky at the close of business on the 31st day of Decem ber 1900 RESOURCES Loans and discounts 33581083 Overdrafts secured and unsecured 32958 80 Due from Natlonaland State Banks 8251 85 Banking House and Lot 20000 00 Stocks and Bonds 1800000 Specie 3lfn 50 Currency U57700 270M Exchangei for Clearing House 1475 Other Checks and Cash Items 8010 70 Furniture and Fixtures 40JOOO 193662 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid In 150000 00 Surplus PunS 5000 00 Undivided Profits 75 Individual Deposits 321892 07 Due National and State Bank 15161 85 Uninvested Trust Funds on hand 6532 73 Total 43366216 S ISCOUNTYB ETUBLKY Cashier of the State Bank and Trust a Bank located and doing bust ness at No 108110 West Main streettIn the City of Richmond Ky said dun sworn says that the foregoing report is in respects a true statement of the condition of the said Bank at the close of business on the 31st day of December 1900 to the best of his knowledge and belief and further says that the business of said Bank has been transacted at th location named and not that the above report Is made in compliance with an official notice received from the Secretary of State designatlugthc31stdayof December 1900 as the day on which s ich rport shall be made R E TURLEY Cashier Subscribed and worn tobefore me by R ETurley Cashier the 7th day of January C U CHBNADLT Notary Public COBBECT Attest DAVID CHENAULT J SULLIVAN muKCTOBS E D BALLARD GA1aWithout limit I de to the ITUDE people of Madison andadjoining counties for their liberal patronage in the past and hope by manu facturing and selling the best goods for the least amount of money and pleasant honorable treatment to merit a liberal share ot their patronage in the future For J90J I have bought more largely ofevery article in my line than ever before during my 30 consecutive years of business in Rich mond and at my much lower prices than expected Result can offer you Wall Paper at 3c on up in price and not a sorry paper in the line Win dow Shades 15c on up complete with spring fixtures Our line of picture framing materials is the largest this side of the larger cities at a satisfactory price Being a manufacturer of every kind of Paint for every purpose that paint is usedwe can and will offer you the Best Paint on the market at any price at a Fac tory Price with the freight yourPaperingmitted by all that we do the best work so now you give us a chance to show you how cheap we can do it Await gratefully Established J870 Geo M Willging 200 W MAIN RICHMOND IC- YPUBLICSALE OAs Executor of Mrs Livlix Gregory I will on- WEDNESDAY JAN 16 1900 sell at Public Auction on the premises tho tract of land containing 410 acres on which she resided at the time of her deathkThis tract of land is situated on the Big Hill turnpike three miles from the city of Richmond at Fort Estill depot on tIme Kentucky Central railroad aud- is one of tIm best and most desirable farms in Kentucky It has on it near the pike a substantial brick dwelling with all necessary Out buildings The land is of superior fertility well water ed and with sufficient timber on the barK of the farm for all fencing purposes firewood etc It is convenient tp schools churches and has every possi ble recommendation attract pur chasers who desire a splendid blue grass farm It is chiefly in grass and in excellent condition for all cropping purposes Terms liberal and will be made known on day of whichwill begin promptly at eleven oclock a in WM 0 GOODLOE Executor All inquiries addressed to Durnam Moberley Richmond Ky orVmO promptIy A MILD WINTER IS RESPONSIBLE FOR 9 +++ +++++ iep+4 ++ + 1 OUR TROUBLE I t +4 +++ + + + t+ + ++ We have left on hand a large stock of footwear of all grades POSITIVELYSACRIFICEDparison in gopds or prices Either the goods must go or we go out of business x PRICES it Ladies Pine Shoes worth S 3 50 now go atS 260cr u hB 00cc 2 15 85IC160ml00uce cc atoa cs r tc 35 7cr 160 Mens Bootees 5 00 t 360u ti 4 00 H W 3 00 proportionThe Shoes andall others at same cut rate 4+ + + Street t f Total Co to sale t F man JOSI O IijJfI1 f fLa v t L = t j IyGoodSCOflCepiUOflnew Table Linen and Notions IAHANDSOME LINE OF Noc1ty Ban kercnhfs IiiGen tlemen Alllinen Handkerchiefs with initialseGentlem-ensAllsilk Handkerchiefs with initial 50c Plaid Mufflers25cLadi-es Embroidered Handkerchiefs from 5 to 40c each Ladies Wool and Silk Knit Shirts 1 49 C 30oueBlue Satin Pillow Tops with cupids and fancy designs59c-A pretty assortment of Ladies Suspenders l 10 25 and 49e Fancy White Table Covers n 39 45 and 49c Fancy BUreau Scarfs i 25 and 49c A Nobby Line of Hat Pins choice U 15c Childrens Finger Rings 10 and 39c Infants Allwool Hose in white and blues 25c Ribbon Ends a new fad in dress ornaments 10 and 20c each Box Paper 10 20 and 2ac Mens Caps 25 35 and 49c Childrens Caps with Tossel25cCO-rnforts50c75c 100 185 250 and 399 Cotton Blankets x 50c ODe 149 Allwool Blankets in blue and white plaid pink white and black 479 499 We wish to make special mention of Table Linens All who would like to make a purchase in this line please call andsee DISPLAYw ourI Cor Main First St 7 f V 7I I 7f 7f7I 7I 7I II 7I7t + jJ oz7z727 S 7z7 + g62se w + We are to remove in 30 days j in order to build and to avoid our stock we have CUT THE ALL TO N ilii We have the largest stock of New + Suits and for Men and Boys ever opened in Rich mond Call and select what you want at your own PRICE J 71I 7I 7IF 7 A GOOD NEW YEAS GIFT A set of S S Whites or Jostle Teeth mounted on the best rubber or Zylonite plate EachtoothTnl tott is au index to the character The refined not them to be- discolored or decayed without consulting the DENTIST- We make examinations free and give an estimate of the perfect OUR DENTAL WORK is modern highclass and guaranteed ALLOY FILLS 75 CENTS Ask our patients ou superior work IL WSSShfii I asld y CM6c next dooFtoGeyojwt HI MOn MWIjR JIKrss Mk i L lr ia it jf ir OWEN MCKEE I Richmond Kentucky iLGREH ClOSING OUT SALE compelled removing PRICES PIECES Overcoats Underwear tLteorfi carefulindividual- will Latest styles in Mens Suits and Overcoats Latest styles iiT Boys Suits and Overcoats Largest line of Underwear that go for ALMOST NOTHING Suits to Suit Everybody at ISTOUFFERS 4fJ 7Iffi7I7I F THE CliMAX 125 about ss eelu JRa tIs Fricd Witn A L TBB LEA IiG DAI IBI I IeHEIit h tfBums Soft Coal 1and less oder than fl anyother o GiVemore Heat g and wmkeepfire fi longer than 1iny other L You only build one fire ape it will not go out all winter iIw i = EHIi JII SIEWeitlaatlfetlie A5rksn Wire WUloJaaBdJeCOOKaTOV t and 5 A I SHARO0 55 gfi the bei of all tolla p JHat prices I = ltOOthatke DJIW RD 1 lEmMAIN STRTj i Q1UfOND KY fft t it LT al Old rl1ToM AA OIlLoWhAI tL = r jthe Richmond Climax I Ji C CHENATJLT Proprietor Jk D MHLEtt Editor 8 Manager f V1I09LPICKEL8uoCLteRdUorWEDNESDAY f rUILIUEnLvrR wUNfl1Ay BYI The Climax Printing Co PRICE PKH YKAll 150 DEMCjCRATIC TICKETJ von oorcmr JUDGE N BTDnPiy FOB ATIOBSBT J TEVI8 COBB roarsmuuFP- JOHN P WAGERS JFOB JAILEB JAM So LACKEY FOR CLBEC JBSECOUI3 FOB BKrBKSEXTATIVB CHA3 L SKAECY PaR SCHOOL SUrBRIXTKXDEXT JiW WAGERS VOlt ASSBSSO- BOEOBGB NOLAND FOB OOEVETOR 8 P ROCK COROIUtaI ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR CITY ATTOBNET TALDOTJACKHONoffice of City Attorney subject to the action ol the Democratic party We are authorized to announce A C CityAttorneyCJatrcparty Vesare authorized to announce W R LETCIHEB Jr a candidate for City Attorney subject to the action of the Democratic party MoKlNrKY has joined the Elks and iloosevelt has affiliated with the Ma pons Tlie next order they take in ought to be the Pease Brothers Uuv IJuniiioI Indiana hits in vited Gov Beukham to attend his inaugural ball Wonder if that wont cause lull Taylors temperature to drop TIrE twentieth century in America starts off nicely undur the administra tion of tho McKiuley Minstrels Mac U in the White House Toddys in the Senate Hanna turns the crank and the trusts own tle country We could not b doing hettef under Jese James Captain Kidd and Jack the Rippe- rI p1 nllH YFTUY bath it come to pass that tin Iiui loath lain down with the lamb aiil a iiirtuic us law breaker hath been miit tuJ to fellowship and commu nion wi h law makers Irauk Jams for years the terror of the Wrft is about to be elected Door Ke per of the Missouri House of H pre sentatives Grace hath touched his liar ty heart and the paths that know hhr know him no more So may it bo Tm impoeslWa has come to pass Teddy Roosevelt huts quit talking His suJlen stoppage of speech is un preetkne4 During the campaign he Wall the tog horn of his party and hU calliope voice was heard far iiiul wide hOt n ithin has been heard from him of lute Something must have put a quietus on his spirit and thrown a damper on his voice It may ho that he is writing a new book on How I Won for Mac Anyhow we can look out for squalls when he does get on his feet Tiior shall not covet one of the commandments given with promise is one rf the most commonly broken The Republicans seem to covet the entire earth and the fullness4hereof not only their own proratta hut that of others also Dr Williams of Itockcas tli who was defeated by a cool thous and in his race for Congress against Mr Gilbert of Shelby has come to the conclusion that ho was not fairly beat en and has served notice of contest on Mr Gilbert His object must be to bleed the government by spending the two thousand dollars allowed for con tests Natural stubbornness and par tisan vindictiveness also figure largely Pears like these durn fool Republicans never give up till the cows come home cir BrowerCoJ LEXINGTON KY A HIIII ClearanceSalec Every piece of Mer chandise in ourt house marked at 6 Factory Prices IN PLAIN FIGURES FO- RCASH Its the- Greatest Sale ever Held in- Kentiicky CI FIBroerCojj MAIN AND BROADWAYt t LlgTeN1 iI DUKE HENRY of the Mechlenbnrg n who is to marry the young ueen of Holland is having trouble bout his allowance He evidently oresces that he is going to be hen iflckeil if be has to depend on his wife or funds The Duke like the major ty of contimtritat princelings has ilenty of blood and plenty of pride jut right Rroat ecarcltlof ducats As he ilso happens as way with most penniless young suitors to be good ooking as well he was picked upon by Queen Vlllielmina who fancied his otnbination thinking to hold him in leading strings by reason of Ills lack of coin The Duke was ticked to death with nil file arrangements except the matter of the unforthcouning shekels and they are now having trouble in tho family as the result We would advise his grace to stand up for his rights and not to play to a loeeing lame The side that holds the sinews ol war generally carries the day Dont get iu the gameHenr without n few aces up your sleevbor youll be a bird in a gilded cage JACK of all trades are some men The Rev Julia S Sweeny of Purls is one of them For twenty odd years he was a minister of the gospel and then ti prove that he couldfight as well as pray be jumped into politics and ran for Auditor on the Assassination ticket From being a lifelong Democrat chameleon like he changed his colors and became Republican HU enjoyment of official emolument however was short for he was promptly ousted when justice did its work and Goebels successor was sworn in So fascinating though did tie discover the political arena that he resolved to make another attempt to get in the swim so ho applied to McKinley for the Paris postuiastersliip which it is said he is nearly certain to receive Preachiug and politics we did not know ran In similar channels Probably Rev sSweeny aim is to play the missionary and purify things Let us trust he will not go the way of his predecessor Mr Bosley who swiped all the funds insight ami thereby prove the truth o Charley Moores prophecy concerning the location of Tophet IT lana been well said that knowl edge comes but wisdom lingers with the kindly aid of time and experience this old world is gradually learning lea sons which shall rebound to the good of the race Hitherto iu all the epochs of history along with the lire and sword of a conqueror has rome a weapon immeasurably worse one which leaves In its wake effects most disastrous of all This is the introduc lion of strong drink When the French and English in turn were in uoutrol of Americas early colonial destiny flre water was the weapon with which they supplied the Indians and which caused the blood curdling mas sacres which makeus shudder with horror as wo read of the trials which beset the paths of our fore fathers Kecognlzing then the evils incident to furnishing whisky oiium and similar intoxicants to a race unused to their effects Congress is about to pass a bill prohibiting the sale of such curses to the natives of the Philippine Islands A better movement was never inaugu rated by civilzed man and it is to the ciedit of our nation that we are the first to start a work so beneficial to the heathen and so near to the cause of God IlBiuiSED by kith and kin in Europe resident Kruger is slated at last to pay a visit to the land of the free and the home of tho brave in sheer desperation of obtaining aid and counsel elsewhere A veritable Wan dering Jew has the worthy Com Paul become as a result of the adverse de crees of fate No where does he meet with encouragement Germany his main hope in a most politic and hope less manner gave him plainly to un derstaud that the age of knight errant try was past and she could not for policys sake give him the assistance she wished him in tier heart and the Kaiser was not at home when he called The French beeped and hurrahed for Mr Kruger fell on his neck and wept but all their enthusiasm they took out iu noise The people of the Nethu lands were with him but they were not big enough guns to countso now he is about to cross the deep once again and plead for sympathy on our shores But we grieve to say ho need look for noth lug from President KcKiuleyj that gentleman is too fond of John Bull The American public however sympa thizes largely with the Boers but at best Oom Paul could only raise a few volunteers to take a hand in his game so his mission to America is doomed to be barren of results Poor old man his wanderings are nearly as fruitless and varied as those of the wise Ulys sls but no Penelope is there to greet him at his journeys pad Alas alack what a cold hard world it Isl GREAT is Diana of tho Ephesians likewiso great is the good State of Kansas They take the record and break all records for everything in that salubrious locality They have more cyclones and bigger ones thin any where else populists and socialists and grasshoppers abound in plenty and the doctrine of womans rights is also held in favor It ie the abiding place of Mrs Nary E Lease That alone should hand down its name from gen eratton to generation But another andgi eater prophet has arisen in the land A Mrs Nation hitherto unknown to fame arose to heights of heroism a few days since by declaring War on sculptured nudity and pictur esque views of the altogether No lover of art is Mrs Natiou and all masterpieces of the imaganation that be set her view she has determined to confiscate as contraband of war In pursuit of this theory this estimable lady started out on the warpath last week with paint and feathers on She heard of a portrait of Cleopatra attired in nothingness which adorned the plato glass of a leading jag factory In the townl Site soon was hot on its trail and surprised the elite crowd of loaki present by promptly demolishing the picture We are not told whether this was done with a beer mug or a broomstick we presume the latter She was at once taken in charge by a man in blue and lodged in the county jail Bail sho would have none for principles Fake so she took her pork and beans along with the other male factors resident there at the time Her stay in the house of correction how ever is liable to be more protracted than she Intended to make it for small pox broke out there thovery next day and the jail is now object to tho laws of quarantine When hrconfinment cspiresher spirit may alsq and maybe shell be good then and let art nlone Sixty days reo will take tho stiffening out of most any body HeWhat do you uojoy most about XJhristmaB SbaVTlre brgniirMilcs rafler1ol v- IN the way that they should go according to lila standard MqKinley is striving to raise np the youth of the land Students from four hundred colleges and universities are to be in vited to participate in the inaugural parade The President doubtless hopes to dazzle their minds by the munificence of tho display and to cinch their em bryonlc politics for his party When it conies to plans and plots Premier Hanna cant bo beat A very Daniel bath como to judgement when he takes a hand in tho same But he may reckon without his host on this occasion and the young America he transports to tako part in McKinleya triumphal parade may see things the other way Not all of ua believe in Neros fiddling while Rome is burning TRUST in the Lord Always is the only trust mentioned iu scripture for the guidance of man The modern business man however dosent think that kind of a trust is calculated to build up commerce so side trickes and spe cialties of his own aro introduced to hustle things np Bank Trusts are the newest fad of this kind In the light of Investigation shed on the German flank trouble in Newport it looks like various employees of that hitherto reputable institution were banded to gether in an effort to rob the depositors und assist each other in looting all the cash handy Cashier Brown it will be remembered made off with a hand some sum after spending euormous sums in riotous living without det c tiou It has now developed that an other of the bank clerks Rernuie by name was guilty of aiding and abet tingBrown in his swindling schemes Truly there are few honest men in this day and generation A man may just as well burn his money as put it in a bank for its officials to steal In the language of a noted sporting character of this city What chance lies a poor mutt got in this country anyhow HAND and glove with the administration were the Cuban postal criminals It has almost beet definitely decided that no investigation is to be made into the robberies of Messrs Seely Rath bone and Company and they are to go scot free They will not even be compelled to refund their thefts so they will still be no space ahead of the game Some one else will be given their jobsas they are rich now and dont need them Old Columbia is a goose in the hands of the powers that be and she is being simply picked to pieces Rathbone and Neely made her feathers fly in Cuba They made a post office trust out of the government mail and declared dividends every other day and yet the rascals go unpunished Let a poor negro steal a pig and he gets sent to the pen but a Republican olllcial could walk oft with government bonds and the judges on the bench would wink the other eye and privately congratele him for being so clover and cute And yet we say this is a free coun try with equal rights to all and special privileges to none That the way we started out but we got sidetracked some how We find now it makes consider able difference whose ox is gored CLAUDE CIIINN the exDemocratic antiGoehelite County Clerk of Fay ette who fell some 50000 behind in his accounts some months ago as everyone remembers has announced for reelection on the Republican ticket He is trying to delude people into thinking that he is not responsible for the deficit and that he is a persecuted saint in disguise He is decidedly more like a wolf in sh eps clothing and he isnt throwing wool in any bodys eyes by a pretence of virtue We rate a man by his deeds rather than by his woids these days and any man that shows up 50000 to the bad has no right to handle money he cant keep his fingers off of In some cases we have more respect for a murderer than a thief While we condemn and pity we have not half the loathing fOr- a man who In a heat of passion slays another asrwe feel for a man who stoops to lowdown theft We feel this way in regard to Mr Chtuu and all honest men do likewise He has joined another party and may have their support but even that shall avail him nothing for when it comes to the scratch he will plainly see how he stands in the estimation of hjs fellowmen MUCH ado about nothing is what our English cousins are making now Lord Roberts has relumed to the land of fogs and the inhabitants thereof are rejoicing The English as a race have been ever stalid minded and de void of a sense of humor They are at this writing exhausting their lung power in cheering Littlo Bobs as though he had saved thin nation and done sontetliing rally meritorious As it is his performances have con slated merely of crushing a feeble strug gling incipient nationality out of ex istence a feat that it required nothing but superior force to accomplish General Roberts well equippedin this particular has exterminated this peo pie almost root and branch and has been created au carl and won the Gar ter as his reward He though is not to be blamed for his part inthomatter As a soldier and a loyal servant of his Queen he was subject to orders which he ablely and faithfully carried out It is the policy of thin English govern ment which should be condemned Cold hard and grasping it is deaf to thin cries or humanity to satisfy its greed for universal empire It has made many widows and orphans and btokcn thousands of hearts Arid yet the English arc as enthusiastic though they were engaged in a war of Independence Their views of tho matter forcibly recall to us the lines of Burns Would that some power thcglft could give us Ta see ourselves u others see u- sPERSONAL Mr Sam Bales is visiting in llexing ton Dr II U Heath was in Stanford last week Miss Bessie Harbour lisa returned to New York Miss Carlyle Walker is at home from Louisville Miss Emily White Is visiting In Winchester Mrs Emma Fife is back from a visit Lexington Mr S L Tudor of Irvine was in town Monday Miss Laura Lynn visited in Winchester last week Mr Millard West orLiul aster was here Thursday Mr Will Brya1tt of Louisville was in town last ajylsitcinnati last week c r i Culrp U Clieuauhi ofrLeKiogioav i tr tJt t Every Cloud Has a Silver LiningT- he II deeds cf bad Hood enveloping homanily have A fHver Grxng in the shape of A specific to remove them JZ is Hoofs SarsaprSb Americas Greatest Medicine which drives out iH imparities from tile Hood ofeither sex or any age SalJaaii- j was here court day Mr Harry B Hanger has returned to Sault Ste Marie Mr and Mrs S Neville Moberley are in Cincinnati today Mr Will Bayless of Louisville visit ed friends hero Sunday Mr and Mrs B L Middelton are at home from Shelbyville Dr L II Landman will be at the Hotel Glyndon loday Mr W T Harris was in Lexington on business last week Mrs EtnmaCorneilison is at home from a visit to Lexington Mr Gilbert Grinstead was in Stan ford several day last week Mr Charles T Chenault of Winches ter was in town court day Mr J T Hamilton has returned from a visit to Indianapolis Mr Harris Crooke has returned from a Christmas visit to Missouri Miss Bessie Baughman is visiting Sirs John D Penny in Paris Ir G W Stagner of Irvine was in the city Monday andTuesday Mr Charles White of the Busy Bee was in Georgetown last week Misses Lydia and Annie McKee have returned from Lexington Judge A It Burnain of Frankfort was hero several days last week Mrs C C Smith and Miss Curraleen Smith are back from Winchester Miss Bethenia McCoru is at home from a visit to Bourbon county Rev G W Young of Georgetown spent several days here last week Miss Sallie Tevis of Winchester was the guest of friends here last week Miss Johnnie Terrfll has returned to Hamilton College at Lexington Mr W E Muiicy of Winchester spent Sunday with his family here Mr John W Rock has taken the road for a brokers firurof Now York Mr Clifton Thompson of Mt Sterling was among tho court day visitors Prof J D Clark of Fayetta county has visited friends her for several days Mr and Mrs D A Wallace of Irvine were guest of relatives here last week Miss Jennie Jean Smith has returned to school at Richmond Glasgow Miry Belts ie at homo from Clark county where she spent the holidays Mr Eugene F Hume has returned to New York after spending the holidays at home Mr J Jennings GreenleaT has re turned to college at the University of VirginiaMiss Martha Brown of Richmond Va is visiting her brother Mr Mil ward Brown Mrs L H Blanton is at home from a visit to her daughter Mrs E M Dickson at Paris Messrs E P Campbell P L Hume and Simp Campbell of Irvine were hero court day Mr Robert French has started on the road for the J W tuing Grain and Mill Company Miss Sprake of Cynthiana who been the guest of Miss Kjttie hasI has returned home Miss Kate Blanton visited Mlgs Liz zette Dickson andattended tho ger man in Paris last week Miss Lou Terry of Paint Lick is spending the winter with her aunt Mrs W S Crutcher Mr Rosc Reeves has left for Ntclio lasville to assume control of tho Cincin nail Southern switch tower Prof and Mrs S J Sanderson have returned from their bridal tour and are at home at Middlesborough Mr and Mrs Rutherford Douglas have returned to Nlcholasvillo from a visit to relatives and friends here Miss Jessie Royce has returned to Hamilton College Lexington after spending the holidays with homo folks HarryBlantonJolly Batchclors german in Paris last weekMrs H G McElwain gave a cobweb party last Wednesday night in honor of tim house partsshin was en tertaining Mr Antony Rollins Burnam Jr of Frankfort visited Ills grandparents Major and Mrs C F Burnam during the holidays Mr and Mrs Poage have returned to their home in Cincinnati altar a visit to Mrs PoageVs parents Mr and Mrs W R Letcher Mr Robert E Littlo has returned from Louisville We regret to say severelyfromMr Joseph Harvey Woolfork re UniversityRichiinond at home Midway Bluegrass Clipper Miss Mary B Park of Speedwell who will be remembered as qrie of the brightest members of her class at Madison Institute has entered Cornell at Ithica New York Mr C D Clienault and family are in Now Orleans Mr Chenault will look thgSoulhcruImprovem Sir Walter Lassing of Boone county popularly known as Squire has returned taO U to remain until May al which time lie leaves for the Naval Academy at Annapolis Md Little Misses Anne Bennett Cohen and Georgia Wagerst who have been the guests of Miss Elizabeth Brooktfc returned to Richmond TuesdayMr Alfred Nuckolg spent last week in Richmond Woodford Sun Roy L Ii Kyle the noted anti Mormon lecturer has just roturne from a visit to his father Mr Rfjl Kyle of War Gap TenD and leaves this week for Cass county Mo where he will engage in church wotkT Judge John C Chenanltj of Rich mend was a guest of Col and Mrs John Cunningham at Rasedale dur jug Christmas as were also Col Wal late Estill tiaughtorMlssMarha Chenault Estill of Fayotte county qiWalkerslii lIleuh her grantlmottier Mrs Jpjiu Cunninghanvrdtjrlnsf tIle holi drysltrlIiK2 tuaklall r REL1OIOOS UevLH Blanton filled the Pres byterian pulpit Sunday Rev Lloyd the recant pastor of the Christian church has accepted a call to Youngstown Ohio Rev JI Wilts of Uarrodsburg this accepted a call from tlieTiney Fork church of Speedwell this county He will deliver sermons there on the second Saturday and Sunday of each month Mr Ben Andres of Central Univer sky preached at the Methodist church Sunday morning In the absence of the pastor Rev Turner Mr Andres is 4 bright young man and one of the lend lug members of thin Y M9A He made an excellent talk and bids fair to become a minister of promise Rev Hugh McLellan of Shelbyville preached two excellent sermons at the Christian Church last Sabbath Mr HcLellan is a young man thoroughly fnibued with the spirit of progress an earnest student of human nature and has a delivery that chums the attention of his audience He will doubtless be called to the pastorate of the congrega tion here Should he accept he will prove a real addition and ornament to Richmonds clerical force His sermon Sunday morning on the Individuality of the Race was the most forcible and unique lecture heard here for some time ZRASSFIJELD Mad dogs are raging in this section Mr Willie Daniel visited relatives at Irvinelast week A fine sorrelmare owned by Mr Joe Old ham died last week The infant son of Mr and Mrs D F Ellison lana been very sick he pnbt few day Miss janiiie Ames of Crookesville was the guest of Miss Sadie Loweii hat week Miss Anna Gilbert entertained a number of young folks athcr hom last Thursday evening Mr John Todd of IJybeetown was time guest of friends and relatives here during the holidays There is astrange disease among tin horse stock here Several horses have died and several are sick at this WIl- ting Several of the young men of this place are talking of going West soon Wo wilt be rather louesomc when ihsy leave but purhaps they will conic back bye and bye The Misses Lowen gave a delightfiil entertainment to their friend last Monday evening Miss Ocy Ellison was the organist and played several beautiful pieces after which refresh ments were served TIm event was simply n success and will long be remembered by all who were present AVeoften blame Fate for adverse hap penings when we ourselves force Des tinys hand When a man is frozen out of a good thing he is usually hot aboutit Hows This Wo offer One Hundred Dollars re ward for any case of Catarrh that can not bo cured by Halls Catarrh Cure F J CHENEY k CO Toledo Ohio We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the past 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligation made by their firm DruJllslsToledoWholesale Druggists Toledo Q Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon the blood systemPrIcedruggists Testimonials free Halls Family Pills aro the best 2janlm Pataize Iras Insurance Insure your dwellings barn and other prop erty In the BLUB GRASS INSURANCE COM PANS of Lexington Ky a home institution Gives protection against FIRE LIGHTNING AND TORNADO No assessment calls on members when losses occur to other members and no initiation fee charged to become a member of company The cheapest and most reliable company for the people of our county nowoperatlng in the State and gets cheaper every year falling to onehalf after the first year 3For further particulars call on L P ADAMS Agent and Collector office in court house with the County Judge Bicbmond Ky may21Iy CREDITORS NOTICE aqaipstElizaquested to present saaie to triO undersigned on or before February itt 1101 properly proven slid verified or same barred ED C CARSON Admr jan25w Main Street + ++ +4 Dissolution Notice I By mutual consent the saloon firm of J E Mitchell Co was diaol ed on January lit190U sir E Berry continuing at the same stand All persons indebted ta the firm are requested to call an9SW J E MITCHELL deCO REPORT OP THE Stole QUARTERLY Co Richmond Ky at the clone of business on the Std day of Decem ber 1900 RESOURCES Loans and discounts 335910 53 Overdrafts secured and unsecured 3J8SS 80 Due from National and State flank J 62Sl 95 Banking House and Lot 20000 Stocks and Bonds18000 00 Specie 12477 50 Currency 1157TCO Z70M 50 Exchanges for Clearing House 1475 28 Other Checks and Cash Items 3010 Furniture und Fixtures 4OJU 00 Totalft i198681 IS LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in 150000 00 Surplus Fund 3000 00 Undivided Profits 73 51 Individual Deposits 321892 Due National and State Banks 15161 85 Uninvested Trust Funds on band 8532 73 Total J49366l 18 ISCOmrTTB E TURLKY Cashier of the State Bank and Trust Co a Bank located and doing busi ness at No 108110 West Slain street In the City of Richmond Ky said county being duly sworn says that tL foregoing is in all respects a true statement of the condition of the said Bank at the close ofjwumess on the 31st day of December 1900 to the best of his knowledge and belief and farther says that the business of said Bank has been transacted at the location named and not that the above report is made in compliance with an official notice received Rom the Secretary of State designatingthe31stday Decem ber 1300 as the day on which sich report shall be made B E TURLEY Subscribed and Worn to before me by B E Turlcy Cashier the 7th day of January 1901 C II CHEXADLT Notary Public COBBECT Attest DAVID OH ENAULT J SULLIVAN I DtBECTOBS E D BALLARD GRAT ITUDU Without limit I de sire fo express to the people of Madison rnfnu ties for their liberal patronage in the past and hope bymanu facturing and selling the best goods for the least amount of money and pleasant honorable treatment to merit a liberal share ot their patronage in the future For 1901 I have bought more largely ofevery article in my line than ever before during my 30 consecu tive years of business in Rich mond and at my much lower prices than expected Result can offer you Wall Paper at 3c on up in price and not a sorry paper in the line Win dow Shades 15c on up complete with spring fixtures Our line of picture framing materials is the largest this side of the larger cities at a price Being a manufacturer of every kind of Paint for every purpose that paint is usedwe can and will offer you the Best Paint on the market at any price at a Fac tory Price with the freight added Let us figure on your Papering and Painting Ad mitted by all that we do the best work so now you give us a chance to show you how cheap we can do it Await ing your commands ever grate fully Established 1870 Geo M Willging 290 W MAIN RICHMOND KY PUBLICSALEDAs I will JAN 16 1900 sell at Public Auction on the premises tho tract of land containing 440 acres on which she resided at the time of her death w lThis tract of land is situated on the Dip Hill turnpike three miles from time city of Richmond at Fort Estill depot on the Kentucky Central railroad aud- is one of tho best and most desirable farms in Kentucky It has on itnear the pike a substantial brick dwelling with all necessary but buildings The land is of superior fertility well watered and with sufficient timber on the balK of the farm for all fencing purposes firewood etc It is convenient to schools churches and has every possi ble recommendation to attract pur chasers who desire a splendid blue grass It is chiefly ill grass and in excellent condition for all cropping purposes Terms liberal and will be made known on day of sale which will begin promptly at eleven oclock a in WM 0 GOODLOE Executor- All inquiries addressed to Burnam Muberley Richmond Icy or AVin O promptJymnswered A MILD WINTER IS RESPONSIBLE FOR o4tnhf1erass on- WEDNESDAY 9 ++ f++ms +J t I OUR TROUBLE ii 4 ++++ + + + + + + + ++ s + +4s + We have left on hand a large stock of footwear of all grades POSITIVELYSACRIFICED parison in or prices Either the goods must go or we go out of business PRICESLadies Finh9es worth 3 50 now go at 2 60 it 4t 3 60 2 15 t tr 185ivn Li u t 1 50u tr ioo Mens Fine Shoes worth 4 00 now goat 3 00 I 3 50 J2 60 n t 3 00n jy lt 2 35 tt u u uv i 00u 17i 160MensU 4 oo I 3 oo And eVerythmgelse in proportion The Ultra Ladies Shoes Douglas Shoes and all others at same cut rates CourtHouse satisfactory farm Iteeffittfiros irtg iiSara floodsCoceptionsnew Table Linen and Notions A IALINE HANDSOME OF uNmlty Badkercnie Ladies from Gentlemens Alllinen Handkerchiefs with initial 25c Gentlemens Allsilk Handkerchiefs with initial 50c Gentlemens Plaid Mufflers25cLadi-es If Embroidered Handkerchiefs from 5 to 40e each Ladies Wool and Silk Shirts h SI 49 Couch Pillow Tops 25and39c Blue Satin Pillow Tops with cupids and fancy designs 59c A pretty assortment of Ladies Suspenders 10 25 and 49c Fanay White Table Covers3945 and 49c 49c Ifi A Nobby Line of Hat Pins 15c Childrens Finger Rings 10and39c Infants Allwool Hose in white pinks and blues 25c a Ribbon Ends a new fad in dress ornaments10 and 20c each Box Paper 10 20 and 2c Mens 35 and 49c Childrens Fancy Caps with 25c Comforts 50c75c10o185J 250 and 399 Cotton BlanketsSOc 99c 149 Allwool Blankets in blue and white plaid pink white and black 479 499 We wish to make special mention of Table I Linens All who would like to make a purchase in this line please call andsee DISPLAY ourI Cor Main First St y1lyyyFMFM M7F7IM F7IMFM7J FMm I 7 lA + W We are compelled to remove in 30 days in order to build and to avoid removing our stock we have CUT THE PRICES ALL TO PIECES 7Ac I We have the largest stock of New c Suits Overcoats and Underwear for 4 Men and Boys ever opened in Rich mond Call and select what you want at your own PRICE J Suits to Suit at i Ffit during sale AT 8 V I17171 71 71 71 7 SS SSS p u 4 A 6001 NEW YEAK RIFT A set of 8S Whites or JniUV Teeth mounted on the best robber or plate guaranteed to be the best on earth Each tooth branded for only fJM Tb th ofnl TU this anindex to the character The carefulindividual will not permit them to be discolored or decayed without consulting the DENTIST We make examinations free and give an estimate of the peifOUR DENTAL WORK is modern highclass anrf guaranteed ALLOY FILLS 7 OENT 4sk our patients about oil superior work IL H3141 Meit- htIdtalIdy Oee IMIxt deef 0 It t IiL KetoM NSd4rl4kiad1 ler I- jlf I4t U j t OWEN MCKEERichmond In both tIemen aridGenI Knit diancyCaps25 I y Ii GRfi CLOSING OUT Sift Latest styles in Ments Suits and BoysSuitsCTVunaerwearNOTHING Everybody ISTOUFFERSfflguaranteed this COST SS THE CLIMAX 125 Zylonlts Defined lu Rat s Frighd Witn ALL THB LBA IIG DAILIBI V 7f 71 fr Radtent Home Heating Stoves 7AiL M 0 es Burns Soft Coal and lessoder than anyotlier 1a Give nore Heat and wiIIkeepfire longer than b1y 7 other r 2one fire d inot go out aiL winter p iORMAT EOOwoey rWeillaactIetlce Americas WIre a WeaosdioQQKTO tcI1et1 caUaadeD FARM I sq HARD0 and get tile best JlOC tb4 8otaU J fitPODIOM1I4IN P dLfe I ih r Mviv tcLTJu =IU W flL1trwiT tFI J= ti = i 1 The Richmond Climax =WEDNESDAYS JAN 9 Ita- lOlTE WAY otherdeJlcacletroublelato bl your Ralslu Currants Cltrou F1ga Dates whereyouclasifresh goods TO HAVE Just the kind of goods our enl coustanajmOur willbeghudtohreyouca11 CandieiNntsnystenCelery etctc Also a bean tl LampsDolliand WbeelbrrowsustthcthlnE for you Boards etc A HAPPY Lot of clerks are on duty at our store ready and glad to show yon around and take your orders for whatever you may want We hope you will call to sea us this week but If you cannot come lust Ring Phone 35 and you trill hIve Just what you order Xmas XMAS Will soon be here and gnne but the pleasant recollections of your Xmt dinner will remain with you a lone time it you will allow us to supply you with theI good things for yonr table Respectfully E DEATHERAGECO Rooms for rent Applv to 19dec 3t STOCKTON HAGAJ We are after unloading clothlr not money at Stouflers lOdectf Self closing unhrellas also fcelf opening umbrellas at Stonffers 19dtf WANTEDA good salesmen or lady repreent us this c wiLy guarantee to right party Ad dress P O Box 431 Washington D C J91t jet a suit at the closing nut ale and save money at Stoulferu the Tailor 19 fectf Five room cottage for rent price 110 per month Apply to Dn G AV EVANS augl5tf We are compelled to vacate in 30 as Come and get a suit or overcoat at stouflers IJJectf nNatural product water mill flour and meal at It A Baxters grocery on Second Street nugltf Natural nroductwhile not as white is patent flour is much better for health For sale at B A Baxter oil Second street augltf Come and see us before we move and help us move by getting anything at vour own price in clothing at Stout fers 19dectf Two ladies want situation to do house work Can furnish recom mendations Address P O Box 229 2jan2w Richmond Ky The conrt house square last Monday was filled with the inevitable shingle vender and Jockey Row was crowded with superannuated plugs as usual T jese are two Indispensable adjuncts to our court days New Clerk Mr Leslie BiceJias accepted a posi tion as clerk with Mr E Wines Timothy Hay lor Sale A lot of baled hayfor sale Apply to J J NEALK 2jan 3w S5 at Stouffors will buy you 10 worth of clothing 19dectf For Rent A blacksmith shop on First street near Water ForMuriher particulars apply to OWEN NcKm 2Gdectf ro cents will buy you 75 cents worth of underwear at Stouffers tf For Seat The Boon property located on the corner of Main and Third streets for rent Apply to 8 nov 4in E C cGAXX TwolailieBwaut8cliHuibehnaidwor1r Can come well recommended Apply to Box 229 UichmondKy Jpd3t Pale Adams Goes on the Road Mr P F Adams Jr has severed his connection with tho Register and will travel and give instructions in physical culture lie has begun lila work iji Mt Sterling Stoutler wont bo understood Call and get prices on clothing and under wear 191ectf Removals Then restaurant of A Diuelll has been removed to First street The house on Irvine street vacated by him will tihort ly bo occupied by Messrs CJIaude Smith and John Harris who will open a tin shop Stonffer sells morE bRtli and caps than all of them See his styles and v prices IDdectf Mr Crook Recovering Friends of the family will be very glad to learn that Mr Busby Crooke is recovering from his illness in Cincinnati We regret the occurrence very muchand trust Mr Grooke will soon be himself again Ask your neighbor where is the best and cheapest clothing They will say at Stoutfers IQdectt Revenue Raid riternHIRe1eIlUIjMillard raided a still of mountain dew on Middle Fork Eiill county last week and destroyed a sllll and some two hundred gallons of yhlle licker 6ison Si Turleys Sale e livery sale of GlbsonTurJey alt week wiis largely attended and r StHS wafl8pirlted The larger poe Von bfTmTSlocIcand paraphernalia was purchused by lIrJ V Gibsoa h will continue to do business at the same old stand New Bsllrtai The L N Kailroid Compaflye- gan a survey Jaht weekwith a View of- xenIIag tI branch1tner0mP reek SttIoa OQ the KQDlv1a1o BrnsbCrpek XaIle Joth COl propertyOxl3ed bybei8 E Walker ShllVafl sad Che0u1t of UtMil ay Fis 0 J tL Ia4eThe raii 0 tiirosih ol t l44af di b flu Iaet- V ulcht UfiiMRtehy Lb- ij JWtl h81ivr J O ntllltl i 11i4 at IJIM wapt I r fi pltij tJ T 1f Il ct II v rEft1Itia AIdtke l Valley foratiMtr The Iltime aiMille of stlvpr Creekhas parted up again for century run bondwillitJ Weera iw li1Clf 1 earEwbryo- hi kA8cI havo toJajj a crst l theIr eightmonths oldf Vct5ri bull isprobablyMoberley tried to buy I Y Msves farallamioldLourneUd Thirdstreets 1It brotherhavele aterttreet Clare Slolin A Mack mare about ten vcarsoil was stolen from tlm barn of Mr J Ci rhuradaylghit5rnrirks Liberal reward has been1 IIColyerDO YOU WANT To sell your REAJ STATE TIMBER DOYOUkind of property Writ mewith ialf toIlpLock Box 475 Charleston W Va l2declyS Investment Company News J theAmericanpostahnuthiorittes ttnno to sell stobkas there will beonly theAmericansform to the postal regulatfo18S For Sale I offer for sale pri yatejy my residence and two acres of land on West Main street There arc eight rooms bath room and halls and all necessary out ForfurtherDr G W Evans or 1heundemined v Ahts SiEED SMITH 2jantf Richmond Ky Alfred Douglas Makes a Change Mr Alfred Douglas desires us to state that ho has closed his beef em intqbusinessMain street where he cordially invites all his friends and patrons to call and see him assuring them of prompt arid efficient service good meats and fair prices One Among Many HiGBor Mo Jan 3 1001 Editor Clmax Dear Sir Enclosed please find draft which you will please plane to my credit for the CLIMAX which is a welcome visitor once each week A happy and prosperous new year to all old Madison couiuty friends and relatives Yours Respt W F JONES Lewis Walker Honored MivIietcher Owsley of Garrard CountyAttorMr LewisJj Walker hin llellfortun ate enough to be appointed to fill out Mr Owsley nnexpired term Mr Wriliserisa Central University graduate and a promising and rising youmr man His many friends here are proud of him r Handsome Presents Mr Jnmes3on of hjlac1stck S C siImMriyd four hearts here Christ- mAS Jay Mr Jorjesis agreat uncle of ilary Catherine and Julia White the little daughters of Mr Rny p White and tin own liiule of Mtbbvs Merdrue and Sallie Francis Mrs W F Fran cis children To all four of those young ladies Mr Jones sent a hand some gold watch as a Christmas present We all doubtless wish we had uncles similarly inclined t Louisville Poultry Show Tbe fifth annual exhibition of the Louisville Poultry Show wilt be hold January 14 to 19 1901 at Music Hall Market Street between 1st and 2d Ion R Wright will superinlend tho accompaniedbyanti letnriied In good shape after the show IleAvill alsi take pleasure in showing visitors aound The in lca Lions are for the largest and most instructive shows ever held there Colored Fair Organization Sjo great n success was tho colored fair last summer that its promoters have determined to hold another and at a recent meetinJt the following otllcers were elected to preSide during the corn lug meet Presilent E M Embryi let yilC President John Fife 2nd VicePresI dent Sam Phelps Treasurer Dr JA Gwyrtn Secretary J D II White Asst Secretary F B Stone andAd vertising Agent Spencer Burton Their aim is to make their next fair even more supcespfiil than their first They will doubtlessliuccefid New Firm I Mr Ben Hank the popular and well JmowncuninellIi1 traveler has purchased a hair interest in the clothing store of IV 0 H Covlngton and frtm henceforth jibiit prominent establish II ont will po under the name of Cow inglon Banks Mr Banks is ayoung business man of line abllfly and will relitablehimself Besides being a gentleman of worth Mr Banks is a pest master Jn the art of personal adornment and all who would be well dressed and upto late in their Alt irt hiqt1lii consult him We predict aiew success for the firm CtyCetlrt8rlels 4 The lastyWilLaud testament of Wm C cbnti wasr and admitted to protwte Martin tIe Todds will was read but In the a1enceot wilnesSps was filed away A MrAMBushherson objectedtotlie probate of thin will of SfrsAnn Smith- wklcbwas thereupon tIled away and Jaauary 19 set for a hearing MrSE Welch of Berea through a petition asked that Madison county fe redistrkX l On objletlpqof Cohn if Atlors eYCtb the cus was setter bwrigu xc Monday riie kilowioiitlemcIm qualified as- IM1tMuletrton Samuel Dick of the rtat al SXiDickJJ Thng tJohn Wbkiir aad LYMrkerj of AVW4tSe u 1 l 1s sIi Fife Wednesday AWjlkeiliflthlJTerrace caught fire from alt nnktown bJtheequipped withelegant office furniture olaentaiJotally rulncdl TliQios which was large was parfiallycovered by insur ance Dr Smith was in the city last eek purchasing new supplies and is iteroporarially located over Perry ci Tlinivioo drug torI where he be- Jonnd bv H 1t2ls1o sf ilia i1 out Bradl y iSome time ago it will ho remembered KJllckti Wfi invited to take cliaruH of a pro KeiittiekvUiiiveraity jVe are informed however bjr Rev It Lloyd that In a recent lelUr to him llVesIdeut AfcGarveyi of i lie Uiaieiji- lv says there is aliolutely no truth whatever in the rumor ISo thc a3mir ere of our military governor that wal who were am rtious to see their idol Clad in thin dignity of Dean of a law faculty will bo severely disappointed The Curators doubtless decided that Bill wouldnt do for a model Week ol Prayer This is thin week of prayer observed by all churches throughout our land Under the auspices of the Young Mens Christian Association meetings are being held each afternoon during the wegk at half past three oclock The first Monday afternoon was hold at the First Presbyterian Church and was conducted by Rev Turner Yesterdays meeting was at the Chris han Cuureh and Rev Ityallst pllhe Baptist Church led the services Today tile assembly will be at the Baptist Ohurclf Thursday at ttie iMethodiat Church Friday atJSecond Presbyterian and Friday atdhe First Presbyterian aeaiii This movement is a most commenda consequenClLet Richmond Bank Showing In this jssue we publish the annual slatement the State Bank Trust Company of this city This Institu tion is showing a steady gain in loans and depoSits and In public favor A Danville paper stated in Decem ber that the total deposits in the three National Banks of Danvilleaggreeated UooOOOpfbe deposits in the State Bank Trust Company alone amtfunt to nearly as much as all the total de posits in iDnnville and this Bank with the th cciKational Banks here show tota deppsjts of over 930000 nearly a iiiilhionso Madisonis plainly in ex cellent fin an rial condition The Jackson Hustler recently published a statement in regard to our banks here not giving them their dues by iiiiy means fo wo hereby callnt tention to our ral monetary status and hopqall may rend and ptoflt thereby Court Day Tlie first court day of the twentieth century was one from way beak to use an expression 1rom the vernacular of slang The day was spring like almost and the balmy air seemed to have a good effect on trade A lirge crowd thronged our stress and barter was brisk Collections were also especially good At Norris Urea stockyards about 750 cattle were offered for sale but were not all sold The top price 4M cents was paid was for a bunch of 500pound 2 yearold steers 500 to 700 pound 6lopperBbronght 3K cents and to 70Q pound heifers commanded 3 800 cattle were on the market at Embrys yarda and were mostly fold at from 3 to 4 cents likewise 50 ewes at 2 per head Altogether the cattle market was stiff The horse and mule trade was very lively horses averaging from 05 to J21J Mules brought iromS65 to 100 Some extra good ones going up to 150 Deajh ol a Noted Character Word was received hero Tuesday morning of the death of Col Samuel McAfee Duncan at Saint Josephs Hospital In Lexington Monday night atj2 oclock Col Duncan had been iI but a shprt thne ot pheumonin A veek ago he was removed to Lexing tonVwhere he could receive better at tention but gradually crew worse alter reaching that city Until death relieved Win of his suffering Col Duncan was a historian of State repute andvag the associate editor of the history of Jessa mine county which was published several years ago by Col Beni tt Yonng of Louisville He was an authority on genealogy time last few years of ilis life being given uptothisvork It was under Isis supervision as a contractor that Central University at Richmond Ky was build and he was a strong advocate of industrial schools Al together he was a remarkable man his mind being as clear a few moments be fore death as at any time during his life The funeral services conducted by Elder Vernonoccnrre yesterday after noon at 3 oclock after which time Interment took place in Mapel Grove Cemetery Jessamine News Cecllian Club Notes On December 2Gtto Cecilian Club met wi h Miss Jui HI glns with seven memberspreseotiJile Club was glad to have Miss Jacobs of Colorado Miss Martin of St Louis Mrs W G White of Louisville mulMisses Little and Bright as guests All present wore especially pleased to velcowu Mrs bow an acllve and valuable member until she made Louisville her home This vas a most interesting meeting Mrs Akers real a short article on the National Hymns of America England Holland and Prussia This was the Faust meeting The members read notes on the pjelude and five acts The prograftPwas aafollowsT Overture70nr Uandshh MIss Fr tce Papf Ooonods Composiolon Sacred and- iSgcuIa pfE M 1Florrle1Ofio it rViolin Solo f Lullaby I Lachmann U amiss lilgyins ItpapMia Bennett Vocal Solo Angels Serenade Brag FMbs Kate Smith account MisrUennetts absence JlisBjlllgstins iadtb paperJor her Miss Florrie Chenault accompanied Mies Smith on the piani and Mrs Me Chick played the beautiful violin obl alion Mrs Buniam wns not ablet- 0J1155 present but sent her notes on Gounod and his operas which were esjiecully interesting and were read by Mr JYhite Mrs White give an ac- cottnt of tIme music she had enjoyed thlSwinter After ildlicious refresh meta the President Mro Pickels Tf3itti progrftai fur January 9 TJje CliLtlien adjourned to meet In two r fOIJl u v AMttlM to a WtUkMwn Pkm W n Holly and 0 0 Mogett will remove with their families to Rich mond Ky Messrs Holly and Moffett r hpye taken stock in the Kentucky Carriage Works which tftey will operate These gentlemen have been with the Sterltug Buggy Company of this city since it began business sndare capable efficient and deserving young b inessmen skilled by years of ex perlenco in this work SVe wish them success in their new enterprise Hushvillelnd Weekly Journal These gentlemen will brf associated wjth Mr John Donaldson the well known carriage manufacturer of our city Sir Donalin lies always been noted for the excellence of his work dealingithiailed 10 give satiduutiou and cuaratite hR rtock As solid as it now is his firn will doubtless bo Improved by this infusion qf young bliMxl ahd we cordial TV invite our Madison people tc cal anil exnminn their Excellent workman r hip when in need of anything in theli line Commercial Club at Shelbyvllle One year ago the Sentinel urged time business men of Shelbyville to organize a Commercial Club and take till necersary steps to place the many ad vantages our city enjoys properly before the investmentseeking public Unfortunately this was not done but now it seems an interest has at last been awakened in the matter and we are in a lair way to have such an or ganization Its purposes and aims will be to advertise th9 town and county and point out many advantages we en Joy and have toioffer to those seeekinp yomesTThis work worthy ot the interest of every citizen of the county and it should not be allowed to stop shprtof success All we need is the necessary mish and hustle to locate one or two good factories here and the result will bo of the greatest benefit ta everybody in tha county Situated as we are there is every rea- n tohope that tho organization will be Me to interest investors and do much to advance the interests of the town and county Whatever is done should be done thoroughly and system atically and time results will be sure and beneficials Shelby Sentinel Why should not Richmond do like wIseSThe Louisville Tobacco Market Time market opened Wednesday Jan 2 after a weeks holiday rest with large offerings and rather animated bidding j though without material ad vance in prices The offerings Wednes dav consisted of hhds Bnrley and 261 hhds dark tobacco On Thursday the breaks showed 831 hhds Burley and 142 hhds dark tobacco The bid ding on Burley kinds continued strong and active and it was thought that the medium antI good leaf were several bids higher than before the holidays It will be remembered that these grades have not been as high relatively as the lower grades They Jire not so yet but they made a slight step this week toward their normal position The lower grades are still steady and lost none of tmeir strength and it may be that the actlve bidding of the Canadian buyer or these S and 9 grades con contributed largely to tho slight ad vance and it may only he temporary However we raise quotations on these grades this week to correspond with these views Colory types are still popular and sell high especially the common grades Old tobacco was scarce but the few hogsheads offered when sweet and sound sold high It must be remembered that when we use tho term high it does not necessarily mean the same price which the word implied some years ago A hogshead which now sells for 12 or 13 per hun dred is considered high but the same quality three years ago would have been considered cheap atl6 to 18 Dark tobacco has not attracted much attention on the public sales The bidding was a little slow and except for some specialties the market was considered rather easy Farmers Home Journal Go Thou And DoLlk wise Some men make good resolutions on New Years day Brown took time by the forelock and made his on Thanks giving says the domestic observer of the Detroit Fee Press His business for the year had been good he had won all his election lets and the fu tare showed his imagination nothing but rosetinted pictures He did not Ihink it sufficiently grateful to just say tliank you to the powers that be so lie resolved that ho would quitbelng so much of a tyrant at home nnd wit his family by tenderness instead of keeping it in a state of dread by harsh ness Early Thursday morning ills wife chided him for not attending to the furnace the night before and was surprised that he didnt fight back She experimented with a hope ofsee ing what it meant See here Henry she said you told me that I might have a sealskin cloak before cold weather set in Now I want it and am going to haveit too Very well my dear pick out what you want and have the bill sent to me She liked to have fainted but continued to in vestigate by announcing that they must have a new range He told her to get it by allmeans anti if she chose sIte might arrange to have natural gas in the kitchen as well as the furnacn She clung to the back of a chair and AKas thinking of calling him names to 800 what he would do when he sat down and wrote a check forStOO quiet ly telling her that he hoped she would remind him whenever she needed money Ho had started for the barn before her dizziiiesn bad passed Site put a cloth wet with cold water On top of her Jiead staggered to the telephone and alter the necesSary prelimir narles said Doctor I want you to drop in this afternoon and make a fri lldllaU on Henry Dont for anything let him know that you are here professionally but there Is cer tainly something radically wrong with him and I am terribly alarmed Teleph ne Usage- Time man jvhirknow how to usoa telephone properly is comparatively a rare personage and the observance of a few simple rules and suggestions in relation to telephone usage would ac coinpHsli for a busy man a great economy in money4ime and vital en orgy The telephone has done more to lay bare a latent strain of belligerency in nil mankind than any other feature of modern experience and this element offers the greatest obstacle known to the univcrat1Succets of telephone Operation BuKJjis attitude is not the only abnormal development attending the act of telephoning A man refuses to recognizmplaln physical conditions that would be apparent to a child in tb prlroarjr yradem What wan ofL4f if 1 tfi s 3 r 7 l I 1 0 s 0 n CDT MIES II1AND rtt Dmm Orders for Bowels should be en JIj J In these regards our UnquestIonedYshSJ j BELL The Florist 1t LEXINGTQN KYJ0 HENRY L PERRY Agt J c Bells Flowers go Everywhere r e fairs wiitihl willingly give nudienre lit caller who turned his hack ttvlii IMW and diruced his voice in Ii c1IIfCliuul away from him Yet the majority of business inou keep their frees a foot away from the telephono and turned away from the Instrument To expect satisfactory results under such condi tions U preposterous The lips should not be an inch away from time rim of the transmitter and the voice should beat squarely upon the drum to which the little sound hopper leads Give a telephone instrument a fquare chance and it will do its hilly unless radically deranged or defective This however is nov the main JIm culty It is only the symptoms of tIme disease Lack of mental focus is the real trouble both in taklngaml Ile- aringorin telephone pailance in transmitting and receiving If your thought is not concentrated on time transmission of your message you will not make yourself heard or hear what is said to you This is where a failure to realize that you are holding actual conversation is apparent No person understand this phase of telephonic trouble better than the operator of longdistance lines where coiiversa tions are imporlant and comparatively expensive and time is limilel He knows that In case thetwo on thf line do not readily hoar isich other hu must make each realize he is not talk ing into a hole in thoetid of an iron arm Ina fare 16 face talk no man of ordinary judgement will sp akin a mum ble a rowlla whisper or a shout A calm even voice and a distinct but natural enunciation are the chief considerations aside from those already mentioned Many allllln who holds a telephone receiver so carelessly that its rim barely touches tile ear wonders why he does not hear We have even seen a baldhcaded man clap time receiver against his pate and expect to hear when the instrument did not touch his ear at all Reasonable results in telephonic communication cannot be ex ptcted unless the receiver is held firm ly against the ear If asked to reduce to epigrammatic lorm the best advice to the telephone patron we would say Be courteous A broad appreciation of this rule would workwonders in the effective use of the telephono Ex MARRIED CECIIUOWMAX The wedding of Mr Charles P Cecil and Miss Virginia Bowman of Danville Is announced for January 9 VAX VxNKEtIoxKsMis licssie Monks of St Jxiiis was unitoil in marriage to Mr Arthur Van Winkle of Danville on January IIIGOINSTIJnLFXOn next Wednes day January 16 Miss Lizzie Turiey will become Mrs Chas F higgins This news is very gratifying to the niBiiy friends of both these young people and congratulations en mncsse ate overwhelming them Miss Turiey is a daughter ot Mr G 15 Turiey and a most excellent and lovable young lady Mr Higgins is a popular antI deserving young merchant The ceremony will occui at Hamilton College Lexington and Prof li C Hng ermati will perform the nuptial rites BIRTHS runrixoii January 2 to the wife of G W Turpin a nine pound gir- l1rmitLi1o tho wife of Thomas Mnishal a teuotmndboy brim on 2 inst DEATHS CLEnmnsMrs Jane Clemens wife ol John H Clemens of Platt City Mo died on December 80 Mrs Clemens was a daughter of J B Moore of Estlll county and lisa many relatives in MadisonVILLItnmm1loward Williams of Fox town aged fortytwo died last Fridny from a complication of diseases lie leaves a wife and two chmiidien and was buried Saturday in the family burning ground GuMMMrsMattieSiililetGummdied December 31 at 9 oclock p iniif lung trouble Deceased was horn Juno 8 18U5 and was married to S I Guinui of Irvine KyrSoptcmbur 27 18JD She was united with the Christian Church at Union at an early age and during her eitire lifeseemed ydevotod to time Christian service Shibwas chettiful and happy IZIVIIlAI smile ami helping hand whei ever needed and was a lov hug daughter a noble sister anti a de voted wife and mother though the latter for so short a time her liaugl ter little Maggie Lee Sue being born July 28 1900 Time tune al s riies were conducted by Kev Wllllamfon of Lexington and the remains were in terred in the Richmond Cemetery Though on earth foraye were parted Nevermore to clasp thy hand May we meet beyond the liver Eternity wiLhChrist to spend Luxox At the ripe age of ninety eight years Mr William Luxon the oldest man in Madison county passed peacefully away at time home of his SOt Mr W E Luxon near town last Wednesday evening Mr Liu on was born in Lancastershiro England in 1803 Iu 1836 he emigrated to Amen ca anti made Lexington his home He1 resided there until tome twelve years ago when he moved to this county where lie has since lived with his son Ills wife proceeded him to tile grave by eight years and four children W E Luxon this city T C Luxon Lexington Mesdames C W Columan ami Elizabeth Aruel of Toronto Cana da survive him Also nuuieroos grand children and great grandchildren He was n true Chrktiaa gentleman and has gonfl tp his reward He was burlEd In Lexington Thursday The x8me oOlfe end when Gabriel j plays thIat trump it Y v I j L pJh JJdr J IJ1 GOODBYE SALE c TO ALL THE tINTilICDD- AT TilE BUSY BEE CASH STORE I 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 2 ALL THE WINTER GOODS In the entire establishment have been marked down to make the last few weeks before the holidays a fitting climax to the busiest year we have had in our 15 years career Big Slices Chopped Off Every Price At least 25000 worth of season ble merchandise already marked low falls beneath the cold calculating pencil of the inspector whose instructions were to reduce the selling eagerlytakeandhe accomplished his task so well that our managers fell Glum but the result of his untiring work is that we present to you the most prodigious aggregation of astonishing moneysaving propositions ever offered by any store in Richmond We gladly take the losses BargainsSt f iitiL = H men mills and factories at decisive reductions from the market prices are massed ClothingSilksHats Laces and Embroideries Trunks etc without peer or We invite you to take advantage of the low cut prices we are onall hopingtoJV IL OLD11AM COMPANY1 IF WE TELL JU TELL US Gov Mourrrot Indiana we am in formed will return to his iarra whore he undoubtly should have been all this time lie has been trying to act as Gov ernor if he has any better Ideas about farming than running the aHairs of a State And if ho is as near a blank in the former as time latter we drop a tear of pity for the poor old cuss and sug gest that mankind judge him not as being a very bad man but rather as one whom tim Almighty endowed with only a limited amount of Intelligence Mt Vernon Signal A girls maiden aim is usually to change her maiden name HeadaoheBiliousness sour stomach constipa tion and all river Ills are cured by HOOgJ9g Pi8Js The nonIrritating cathartic Price 25 cents of all druggists or by moll of CI Hood Co Lowell Mass Its funny if the flIght of time cant be arrested trfat anybody can stop a minute Many an innocent little darling Is suffering untold agony and caniiot ex mhalu its troubles on child symptoms you may find it troUlleh with worms Hive it Wlilteirciiin Ver mifuge and restore it to quietness anti 25 rents Perry and homasjanJmNo Mo6siedearthey aro not called New Years shooters because they are liable to get at least half shot DEWiTT IA Prasiii SYBOP Co Oen181 cannrt recommend Dr Caldtfellfl Syrup Pepsin too high Jt has heen a great benefit to ma Very trimly RAY BDOKTRV Sold by druggist Cjmlm What are your recollectlonsof West Point asked the social reformer Rather hazyreplied the exCadet Tablets Buckeye Pile Ointment IsI remedy for blind bleeding or protruding pile FCtI by physic- Ian cures thin most obstinate cases Price 50 iwnt in bottles Tubes 75 rents Perry Thomas gjan 1m The average mnrro woman thinks that if she were a maim eho would newer marryTo It May Ionccru We wish to notifv tho citizen of thus have Drwttl roil tImec IIntythnt we agency for Surup Pepsin time graat cure for constipation i indlges tjOU sick headache ami stomach troll ble and guarantee it to do as recoin tnendei keep the best drugs on hand and solicit a call promising the very bestof every thln truly Druggists Ojanlm The nhoiteet day of the year is just fur days before Christmas but moat of us are shortest just afterward- 4rvSTlli signature W ea ereiy box of the genuin s Qui 1wotsIl- ma reslp Msssm 1ai r 1 c Z SticWlmy did you postpone the date of your wedding 1IoslIor got that our whist club met that Reconsidered llayI A Topeka man lost a small opal set out of his ring and went to the jeweler to have it replaced Returning home he found the lost set and putting it in his mouth for safe keeping hurried back to the to have that set used instead of time now opal Hushing into time store he said Say Ive found the old set so dont use that new one He attempted to remove this Ftone from lila mouth gave a gulp looked sleeepish and saul J fiuefcs youll have to use the new stone That man needed a bottle of Dr Cnlilwdls Syrup Pepsin Sold l druggist Ijimlm Dont call a man a lobster Just because he doesnt agree with you A Welsh rabbit is equally hard on the digestion In pnlmonarv tronble the direct ac thou ot CousHnd Honey of Tar upon time throat chest anti lungs immediate ly arrest the malady by relieving the distress cutting the plegm and freeing the vecat and breathing organs lrice 25 and 50 cents Perry and Even the professional animal trainerI shudders when he meets time literary lion HOOIIslSarslpari11a fect confidence In m o you good It You cant convince time mother of a naughty child that It doesnt take after Its father The mother who would be hornfiod at the thought of letting her daughter wande away to a strange country with out guide or counsel yet permits her to enter that unknown land of womanhood without counsel or caution Then in umte r ignorance the maiden must meet phIiItal1Jroblems whwe solution will atfect her whole future life Dr Pierces uvorite Proscription ties well named a UnciFend to women It corrects irregularities timid such vigorous vitality to the delicate womanly organs as fits them for their important functions Many a nervous hysterical peevish girl has bPen ciiammgei to a happy yonnewonmn after thu use of Favorite Prescrip thou has ehtablished sound health of time organs peculiarly Every woman should own a copy of the PeopleV bmmon Sense Mediral Adviser sent free on receipt ef HI one rent BlampK to pay expense innilln ONLY The Baint hook of 1008 jiaae III Bub tantial cloth form ptnuipx Ad dress Dr It V Pierce Jutfulo N Y No Christmas present is so useless that it csnt be given to SC lle One else next year Dr CalctwcilH Syrup Pepsin eon vinces you of its merit time first OSK you take Sold by druggist 9jinlm If one would delight a n anK praise noihingso mti li as IlenlllpQl1cfrll 11III Who r slstH hat wears armor Person wlin lead a life olf exposure are fiubjrtt to rhpumatlsm urn ralgia and lumbago will Mud n valuable rein ilv KivM LhilnieHi It wilt III Hilt auiI Fnhtmis hLtMsst- mnmtflon Ptltlf2 mimi G0tuis Ppp- kTiaomna 2julIi4- f f New Merchandise bright and fresh bought for cash from overladen manufactur ers wholesalers warehouse regular Carpets precedent cordially making PLEASE YOU OTHERS NOT sententiously Luatir joweler imparts feminine Tha worst after effects of influenza arise from deranged functions of the withIbyiarv poisons Price 50 cents Perry and Thomas 2janlm A man may owe for nothing hut life hat and yet fie is head over ears in debt Scrolula The Cause Ecz ma cuiarrh hip ilispnse white swelling and even coitsiiiiiptioii have their origin in scrofulous conditions With time slightest taint of sciofula in the lilool there is no rafely Tin remedy for thus disease in all its form is Hoods Sarsaparillu which goes ti rime rot of time trouble and expels all impurities and disease germs from time blood The best family cathartic is HoodV Pills The man who is a paint only on Sun day U further from heaven than an honest everyday sinner rUnts fiLOUD ASI SKIN TKIIUBLKS Trial Trratuirnt Free IIs your blood pure Are you sure of slowlyDiipimples eruptions Aching bones or hack Eczema Old sores Ifaiild Scrofula Rheumatism FOil Rremthi7 Catarrh Are you pale Then UUH yourImloothsmooth healthyskin Deepseated cases like calmer eating sores painful swellings blood poison are quirkly cured by Botanic Blood Balm Cures when ali else falls Thoroughly tested tarJebottlelUOpn BALM CO Atlanta On trouble free medical advice given Over 3000 voluntary testimon ials of cures by RH H 1 Tommy Iopwbat Is Riirphwcasl Tommys IopTliere Isnt any such timing Dont ask idntlc questions TO OTTRB A COLD Z2T OKU 2AT Take Laxative Bronio Quinine Tablets All druggists rcfuml the motley if it algmmatureis AMiat Yon Eat Is Intended to nourish and sustain us but it must be digested and assimi lated before it can do this In other words the nourishment contained in food must be separated by the diges tive organs from the waste materials and must lie carried by the blood to ill parts of time hotly We believe time reason for the great benefit which so many people derive from Hoods Sarea parilla liesin tlie fact that this medicine gives good digestion and makes pure rich blood It restores time functions of those organs which convert food into nourishment that gives strength to cureslyswpsiasores pimples and eruptlonpcatarrh rlieuiiiHtifim anti nil diseases that have their oiigin in time bloid ftjanlm There is no one quite so foolish as an educated fool xConghs and colds come uninvited Lilt you can quickly getrid of them with a few doses of Conssens Honey of Tnr Irice 25 and CO cents Jerry and riionius 2jaiilui The man who thinks he can do it millsays time Inmiayunk Philosoolier generally never tries to do any of it Tetter SaUKhcam anti Kczcma mcdentandSkinhave been permanently cured by it It is equally efficient for itching piles and a remedy for sore nipples chapped hands chilblains frostbites and chronic sore eyes 25 cts per box arejustcondition Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge They are not food but ahorseent3 per package Congress bus appropriated 25000OCO to be spent on time Ohio river beTween Pittsburg and Cairo Stops ti3 Cough and Works off tfco Cord Laxative Bromo Quinine TxblvU cure a cold In one day No cure Ito pay Price 25 cents A BOON TO MANKIND DR TABLERS BUCKEYE DZij fIC= 4w1- m4r PILE r CURE A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL art4 EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CUES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBES BY MAiL 75 CENT BOJTTLE so CENTS MNSSTLMI t1eby PkRRY TliMM Drwtii fS45 ISS te d L HARDWAREv A t + THE Stove Question In all its details is fullyanswered ttby an inspection of our the ft e t 3 GREAT PENINSULARJr t+ e Tl AND THEfr JESTATE OAK RADIATORJ4 aThis will be STOVEs MONTH j suchattractionsv l1A repay anyone voted to looking through this D partment We hue the EXCLUSIVE AOBNCY for tbr Ore tPenln ul r nd Estate Oak Iliidlator the most famous in the world enjojlnp an intcr q national reputation for the exceenee of theIr constrllctlon and irtItIc fin 4merits=Uo wish to can attention lo the inncnifi ent product be low hleh we have lately Ullt1cd to our line ittt u full lin lnt of repairs cfr ECONOMIST RANGE w ECONOMIST RANGE t DOUGLAS SIMMONS fHARDWARE STOVES FARMING IMPLEMENTS mchlly 4 JJtt y Tho Zothorn Mutu 1 Invctn CO OF LEXINGTON KY i The Giant investment of the South PAYS LIVING BENEFITS Wherein Life Insurance Companies pays to the estate of the dead The Company is less than 7 years old and lias a greater premium iiicomo to the business in force than any Life i Insurance Company The Amount Paid In Living Benefits 380000 6 Amount Placed in Reverse and Surplus 200000 f Anyone desiring an Investment yielding largo return during life this Company offers special advantages M SMITH BOiAOTmN SECRETARY 4MRS A T MILLION Local Agent Richmond KyeItT t T Pif7if7 zJIif77if7 2727P o ti Call in and RENEW YOUR SUBSCRIP- TIONDURABLEE 9 G G BEAUTYU g The Acorn AirTight Heaters is truly a durable beauty We invite the public to call and p examine our beautiful line now on display We also carry a complete stock of it MO L STEEL RANGE AND 11Q VB G Ranging in prices from 3 to 30 Dont fail to get our prices on Tin Roofing and Guttering J L Mr W D Buckley one of the best tinners in tig the State has charge of this depariment We are sole agents for the celebrated Old vlgj riHickory Wagon none better on the market In fact if you need anything in the Tinware Stoves JRoofing or Furnishing line it will pay you to see K5 ITAYLOR BROS IST RICHMOND KY IMAIN xrImmm har1e L e rcy s Dr inage Tile Manufactured celebrated Waco ClayJst Prize at Centen nial Exhibition 1876 Prices 50 per cent lower than other factories Tile Drainage Is a Permanent Improvement Inside Diameter Price per 1000 Price of Branches Appror Weight of of Tile feet etch Tlio each 3 Iu 00IOeta eibt t i jjfJ 35 to 25L I5 iO e2O38 13 Ii 9 1i 12 a L 125 0060 2 Price list F O B Cats at Factories He whocauses a blade ol grass to grow where none grew before is a true benefactor A well drained fain will cause vpu to be reniembered more favorably thana sky scraping ble shaft Only well draib l land prces he largest andtcrops afl1 the 1l1I1veslment SiJ1C Factory 09Y STtTIO4 O wAco rbiSoN c1INXY KY m1i t rir i II =J LAND STOCK AND CROP Temple Co report that on the Chicago market lastweek February wheat closed aft 75 and May wheat at 77i Hog packing at Chicago since November 1 aggregates 1536000 head against 1491 000 last year a gain this year of 45000 headSJ E Eubanks bought of Harris Fox 6 yearling cat tie at 4c D W Scott of Pine Grov sold to Jonas Weihl 90 IjpOOpound cattle at 485StanfordJourl1al Live stocks receipts at Chicago last week aggregated 224000 head hogs 134000 cattle 49000 sheep 41000 Last year they aggregated 233000 bogs 120000 cattle 43000 sheep 70000- A L Langley a prominent horse and mule dealer of Charleston W Va closed a deal with Gentry Bros for 35 head of mules which were shipped to Charleston last night via the C 0 Lexing ton Leader Capt Heygate of the British army is now in Kansas City purchasing 50000 horses andmules for the use of the English forces in South Afri ca It is believed that this authoritative announcement will still further stiffen the prices of horses and mules Gene Lee sold 30 head of mules to F R Estes of Col umbia Tenn and 60head to Pulaski Tenn parties at 95 per head John Robinson 1of60 head of yearling and twoyear old mules to John Harlan of Col imbia Tenn at SSO per headDanville News The Faimers Home Jour nal quotes mules at figures named below To bring these prices however they must be choice and fat from four to seven years old extra good 15tIi l6handshigh85to105 16 hands extra heavy weight good ones 105 to 145 Mr F B Offutt sold last week 30 head of mules in Bloomfield Ky at 100 per head Mr M H Thomas- of near here and Mr W S Barrigerof Waddyhave been buying horses in this and ad joining counties at from 100 to 115 a head They will be shipped to New Orleans Lewis Clark of Cardwell has bought of James Trent of Willisburg a farm of 90 acres for 1890 or 21 an acre SayingsI B D Spears were parties to anovel trade Mr Spears fancfed a horse owned by Mr Moyna han and remarked that he would girth the animalwith ten dollar bills for same Mr Spears offer was accepted and the measurementmade it requiring nine bills 90 to encircle the animals body Both men expressed themselves satisfied with the trade Jessamine Journal The more quietly cows are kept the greater will be the flow ofmilk Whatagrievous mistake a man makes by starting his boys to the pas ture with the cows with two or more dogs following It is as absolutely necessary to keep cows quiet as it is to- keep them warm and dry Farmers put this advice into practice and you will have to manyIEx A press report from Frank fill ofid Run IThere isnt a man who would be seen through the street munching a piece of pie Why not Because it stomathtroublewouldnt look well As a matter of fact many a business man snatches a lunch welltakefor the prevailing It stomach trouble businessI for diseases organs of DoctorPierces ofthemedicine It cures where all other means have failed to cure GoldmMedicalclarence carnes ESq ofTaylortawn Loudoun cova ltd1d meaomuch gOOd that I didnt take any more I can eat moat anything now I am so hardlyFyour kind information I tried thlagsbeyou There was a gentleman told me about your medi ithadI thought I would a of itAm now glad I did for I dont know what I would have doae if it had not been for Dr rnr Golden PlerceSj stimulateV liver andcleanse the sys Theywoutd DiscovIlasatirc 7 f i P i ii i J fort says that Boston capital ists are trying to corner the hemp market Representa tives of Ludlpjv Bros of that city are at present at work at Frankfort and in the hemp growing sections of the State buying hemp wherever it can be obtained Whether the firm is acting for itself or for others is not known but it seems certain that the purchases are being made with a view of cornering the mar ket As a result the price has gone up 5J cents per 112 pounds in the last few days Dr A M Rowe Has sold his magnificent saddle gelding to Mr J E Smith of Bowling Green for 200 A M Summers Goodnight bought of Jim and Branlette Gadber ry of Hiseville 48 barrels of corn at 2 per barreJ At the sale of C A Renfro near Roseville last Saturday 3 aged mules brought 200 a milch cow 30 corn glGO per barrel in the pen and the farming tools about S60 Mr Harry Lazarus of Horse Cave passed through town Saturday night on his vay home from Lafayette Tenn and Scottville where he has been buying mules He sue c eded in buying 50 on the trip 26 at the former place and 24 at thelatter Duaing the year just closed Lazarus Co of Horse Cave sold more than sixteen hundred mules The Times failed to ascertain th average price they brought but fixing the amount at S75 which is very conservative the sale of these mules represent the enormous sum of 120000 This in addition to the hogs mId cattle and sheep and horses handled by these enterprising stock buyers makes a business that out- rivals that done by any firm in any line in this section dur ing the year 190 The same firm will continue to enliven the trade in stock circles the coming year and strive to surpass the splendid achieve ments of the year just closed Glasgow Times Every since the respected Magoon reversed himself so directlyon colonial questions at the orders of the Secretary of War other Republicans have been flopping Not all do so as wittily however as Chief Justice Sulzbachor of Porto Rico who recently ad mitted that he had said that the Constitution followed the flag But he added I did not say how fast it followed- it The faults and failures as well as the successes and beauties of the Paris Exposi tion are described with great fiankness by Mrs F Hop kinson Smith in TheOutlooks January Magazine Number The illustration for the article consists of half a dozen or more fine reproductions from watercolor drawings made ex pressly for The Outlook by the author Pretty nearly all theforeign papers seem to have an idea that the canal treaty was amended for the express and sole purpose ofspliting Great Britain It never seems to oCQur to them that the United States amended the treaty be cause it didnt like it in its unamended form and that Great Britain cut mighty little ice in the matter Miss Condit Smith has gotten her wardrobe whichwas held up by the New York Customs officers We knew she would The lawjs out rageous and everybodysym pathized vith the girl and be sides she had a pull and these three things together were enough Loopholes can al ways be found for people with pulls Mr Cleveland demands a chance for the rank and file If the rank and file hasnt been managing the Democratic party for the past five years we should like to know who has And there were haifa million more of them who voted for Bryan on both oc casions than ever voted for Grover Heres a KansasCity man proposing to teach the news boys of that place etiquette deportment and dancing Hereafter the newsboys out there may be expected to tip their hats whenever they offer fi paper for sale Only a few days ago a man attemptedj to extinguish a torch by plungingit into a tank of gasoline The coro nors jury is collecting the fr1eutLS I The SdIin 1r U VI Begins in the rgrowing Anywhere between the plantation and the coffee pot the flavor may be changed the quality spoiled by carelessness inexperience or un scrupulous methods From the time Arbuckles Coffee leaves the hands of the grower until itreaches the user in a sealed packet it is handled with theSame watchful care the same thought for cleanliness that you would give any article of food that goes on your table Thats the reason- it costs the grocer a cent a pound more than its cheap imitations The extra cent you pay Ibuys much more than a cents worth of quality and A pound of Arbuckles Coffee will give you more cupfuls of better coffee than you would get from other package coffees Be sure you get Arbuckles Roasted Coffee Other paCkage coffees are but imitations of Arbuckles In each pound package Arbuckles Roasted Coffee there is a list of articles With each package In which the List Is found the purchaser has bought a of some article to be selected by 111m or her from the LIst subject only to the condition that the lg nature on the package Is to be cut out and returned to our Notion =pep You should see this List Address all communications to ARBUCKLE BROS Notion Department NEW YORK CITY NY I Mosquitoology should I e the name of the new science so many new things are being learned about the buzzing nuisances nowadays The latest is that they do not die in winter but hibeinate and come forth especially sharp set early in the spring The people who discovered so many traitors in the last campaign are recommended to prayerfully consider Mr Hays open encouragement to Great Britain to reject the amended treaty and to tell a waiting country what they think about it Cant the British govern ment communicate with Bobs by wireless telegraphy and urge him to go back to Africa Kitchener doesnt seem as fine as he did in Egypt But then it makes a difference whom one is fighting I If the Boers keep on winning victories Oom Paul may find thatsome of the crowned heads 6f Europe have re turned home and are now able to see him taughtinprobation as it were Boundaries are changing their po sitions with bewildering ra pidityS ExPresident Harrison is like agood many Southerners He doesnt object to expansion as long as it is dohin accord ance with the Constitution- Hazing of course is one cf the best known methods cf producing rugged health in boys If they survive it they can survive anything Christmas comes but once ayear and thank heavens for it Once is nice but more than once would be a plen teous superfluityiS The aurists now say that they can cure nearly any case of deafness So we hereby wish the ueaf TV Happy New Year Harrison and Cleveland i agree on two questions now They are the extent of the Constitution and duck hunt ingSIce Trust takes big chances when it invades Boston It is liable to be frozen out if itdees not look sharp Talking abut rank and file of a party isnt Mark Hanna rank enough Iuow ato HINDEPO l K T st VITALITY r Made a- WtHMan ofMt WRENCH luIMrnv produces the above result anJkieseauedbycroryouth In 30 IM Cme Young Mcii regain MIlD ItglYCS iiitherJUlldUcllrnr asi bjr Stockton tH ftM f DniWs t f orcood Coffee f- orARBUCKLES Roastsd Coffee e a tcWALL g- e iPAPER IWe desire to inform the pub buyWall J of beautifying your homes SeeI J JJ Decorative IJ Designs J wettJstuck in this line IntheAs we are buying direct from theUnitedwill be aWe to show you more pretty designs than ever before and for less I MONEY J Than you can buy same goods Jelsewhre in Kentucky and we will sell you papers hung on your walls In latest styles ourlrug possible j IbeCorepleasure in waiting upon you anti your wants patronsands liberal share of your patronage weVIf PERRY THOMAS JWall Paper Co- W JL LEEDS Painter and Decorator l7janttfHONE 71Y Palroaizs Im kwml Insure your dwellings barn and other prop INSURANCBOtfPAN Gives protection against FIRE LIGHTNING AND TORNADO No assessment celia on members when losses occur to other members and no initiation fee charged to become a member of company The cheapest and most reliable company for the people of our county now operating in the State and gets cheaper every year fallihg to onehalf after the first year SFor further particulars call on L P ADAMS Agent and Collector omce In court house with the County Judge Richmond Ky n T21ly 6JeISCC Ready For tA Inspection Call and inspect the handsome and attrac I tive line of Coods forJ Mens and Boy- sSuitings tJ J Overcoats ctc11 That has just been re ceived from the East Y j Every garment leaves the shop with a guaran 1 tee t myJtJ elsewheref IL S STOUT THE TAILOR sc t PRODUCE Having closed out my stock Groceries I will now de vote entire time to the Produced Business Will PoultryEggS in Richmond It will cer tainly prove profitable to you to get my prices be sposingofanythi1Jgin AT OUTTNear L de N Depot RICHMONDKY octiotr REPAIRING AND TIMEINQ FINE SWATCHES A SPECIALTY L E LANES 13A ftrtb Q All WorktiuarateeiMain Streets- R1CHWIOND KY 7asS 1 I717I I LEX GT NINVE TMERT g a Pays You 300 for Every Dollar Invested + fff Ie4 Branch office front room over Joplins furniture store I 1 LPTODDMGR 1 DRYGOODS ELDERSf E Our Stock is complete in every + Department ttWe are showing the largest line ofs 2 CLOAKS GAPES GOLLARETTES vc Ever shown at prices that competition iDONT FAIL TO INSPECT OUR Qots oes Hats anaa s OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT OUR r MILLINERY EAMENik Is in full blast You are requested to inspect our stock New shapes handsomely trim 1 forcf1 every v We are showing DRESS GOODSca pretty line df To which we invite your inspection f ICICompass Saws 15cti- JSIncb Hand Saws 0ct uplIy DoTer Egg Beaters Sets Plate Handles Sets c Blt Iron Spoons 3 5 and Sets wit Cooking York 3 to Sets w 12 White Swiss Ties Sets Tin Bucket and Shovel 5 ti Cocoanut Grater 4cts 6ctsYLead 23land Bcti Penclbil uels lOots 2SctsYCan Openers Sets Little Gem Dime Banks lOcts rhSet of Pony a b c Blocks ICcta w Curling Irons 3 to Sets Bird Cage Springs Sets Screw Hooks bets per dozen EaiorMcU TracIng Wheels Sets 3 Trunk Locks lOcts 8Inch Drawing Knife 25 cia npSafety per dozen Pins lc per paper Hair Brushes lOcts np Cake Turners Box of Shelf Malleable Brackets 6ctsIRubber Balls Rubber Battles lOcts Tea Bells betNutmeg Graters le Coat and Hat Hooks llcts per dot Note Books 11111 10 and 15cU 8 Table Spoons Sets 6 Tea Spoons 4cts 33inch Brass Extension Sash Rod bets 2 Blade Mincing Knives lOcU Shaving Brushes 15 29 and 25c dozen Wax Tapers for lighting Sc Cottage Barometer and Theomomet era combined Ucts l Respectfully Submitted to Cash Trade 5 Picture Hooks Sets per dozen Tack Pullers Sets ICarpentermers SSct- sSbinglin Hatchets actn- Magnectic Tack Hammers lOcU Shoe Brushes lOcts up npCalozneShears S 7 8 1015 and 25cts Leather Back Horse Brushes 2cts goodSctWInpWaimirrors10 J850 WlreBrollers6ctsTin up Tin Wash Tans Sets Tin Dippers Seta Granite Wash Pans betWe have an assortment of Tinware JIseeSwansdown TThittlng white and pink Sets pr box JICombsupSBe sure and ask for McCalls Patterns Tea Strainers Sets upNice np 11GentsGold plated Spectacles Sods Paperettes 01101520 and 25cta A popubarWhisk Hrooms8 and bets upSterling JICoffee Pots lie up Dust Pans 9c Picture Frames all styles from a Photo 5x7 Frame to a ISx 1IBrass Headed Tacks Sets 3Mucilage I Dolls Sets up EVELDERi 4 RICHMOND KY Af w frJe YEARII IJL- EEl El II El 6- SUGGESTIONSII El HOME COMFORTEl DEPENDSEl ON a THE El1 El lEl FURNITURE E- lrEl1 El- El We are receiving new goods every a day and will endeavor to please paEl fastidiElL otis taste We want you to p ij see them We know you will g 1admire and pronounce this stock mm ElhilJI1 El ElHouse ElI11It Elwer which all may seIectjEjttI1cj rn Leather Couchesrn1 Nice Rockers IE IiI Dressing Tablesrn8 Ladies Writing rn 8 Desks Morris ei- rn Chairs c i 7We havea complete line ofsa t f444+ ++4 + + + 4i+ t+4+ ++++ ++ +4 = TJvctare TIt l ++ ZJ 8j 1+ + l 4I ++++ ++ t+ + I And can interest you in that tine Frame mitljft II to order on short ncesj i tT c9tWe carry nothing but goode that guaanaIII S proraies DONT US IW 8 OLDHAMI1j sDccessn 11 I I Day Phoue 7 Night 136