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pages forbid a longer retrospection The hospitalities anti courtesies of the West joined to the smile of her beauteous womanhood are indelibly impressed upon our hearts and shall be fresh ly remembered when wepledge put varmest friends in the generous winecup The occasion ofthis brilliant assembly was the stagefor all ages fourmile heats which closed on the first of January 1839 with ten subscribers at 2000 each half forfeit as follows 1 YN Oliver and Miles W Dickey of Kentucky named gr cGray Eagle by Woodpecker out of Ophelia by Wild Medley 4 years old Dress red blue and orange 2 Wm T Ward of Ken tucky named b m Mary Vaughan by Waxy out of Betty Bluster by Imp Blus ter 5 years old Dress blue and white 3 W Viley of Kentucky named ch f Queen Mary by Bertran dam byBrimmer 4 years old Dress white and green 4 Geo N Sanders andILewis Sanders Jr of tucky named b c Occident by Bertfand out of Diamond by Turpins Florizel 4 years old Dress white 5 Sidney lUirbridge of Kentucky named b cTarltou by Woodpecker dam by Robin Gray 5 years old Dress not declared 6 Jas L Bradley and H B Steel of Kentucky named ch c Hawk Eye by Sir Lovel out of Pressures dam by Jenkins Sir William 4 years old Dress orange and black 7 Archie Cheatham of Virginia named b h Billy Townes byImp Fylde dam by Virginian 5 years old Dress purple and red 8 James S Garrison of Louisiana named ch c Wagner by Sir Charles out of Maria Westby Marion 5years old Dress red and red 9 Wm Winn of Virginia named b c Picton by Luz borough out of Isabel by Sir Archy 5 years old Dress not declared 10 Wm Buford Jr of Kentuckynamed ch fMuse dora by Medoc dam by Kos ciusko 4 years old Dress not declared The race came off on Mon day the 30th of September Of the ten nominations four only came to the postGray Eagle Queen Mary Wagner and Hawk Eye Of the other six Tarlton and Musedora had given way in training Picton was in Tennessee and complaining Occidents trials would not justify his starting Bill Townes anti Mary Vaughan were on the grounds but not up to the mark in con dition From the day the stake closed the betting has been Everyvomnuin the country ought to a Motes IiIe1W Those who do know about it wonder how they ever got without It It has robbed childbirth of its terrors for a wife Ithaa preserved her girlish figure and saved hot suffering It is an external linI- ment and canies with ittherefore absolutely no danger of upsetting the system as drugs taken intern ally are apt to do It is to be rubbed into the abdomen to softer and strengthen the muscles which are to bear the strain Thismeans much less pain It also rTPvents sickness and au other discomforts of pregnancy A druggist of Macon Ga II I have a large quantity of Mothers Friend and have never known an instance where it has failed to produce the good results claimed for IL A prominent Iddy of Lam berton Ark With my- L1Iot sir children 1 WM in labor from 24 to 30 hours After using Mothers EjIend my nvestk was born in 4 untot Xoth rsYrSe4 ttnaff lore SUM ir b ilo- 7NK MUOnCLB KCUAI AfMNTiVM F IItII ifQ J going on with spirit in differ ent sections of the country increasing daily in amount as the race drew nigh Frcm the first Wagner wasdecid ed the favorite and when it became reduced almost to a certainty that hot above six would start the betting was about50 to 75on him against the field For many months previous to the race and before it was known how many would start odds were offer ed from New York to New Orleans on Wagner and Billy Townes against the field Im- menSE sums were Jaid out at odds in Kentucky on Gray Eagles winning the firstheat and in many instances he was backed against Wagner for the race In consequence of the unlimited confidence felt by the Kentuckians in the foot of Gray Eagle it was resolved by the Wagner party not to run for the first heat unless circumstances should occUr which might render it in easy thing for their horse But the day before the race a commission from New York was received offering a large sum on Wagners beating the Gray the first heat which induced them to change their letermination indeed the in 3ucement to run for it was a pretty substantial one for they could loose nothing and might win several thousand sve do feel at liberty to say how many or who were the parties it is enough thatthey were keen and also successful Two days before the race Mr McCargo gave Billy Townes a trial with Missouri and Texana and though the result was entirely satisfac tory as far as his action was concern d he soon after ramped to such a degree that it was at once declared that tie would not start Mary Vaughn we believe was planted for the race but not being quite up to the mark she also paid the forfeit On the morning of the race it being understood pretty thoroughly that Wagner Gray Eagle Queen Mary and Hawk- Eye only would start outof ten nominations business commenced in earnest Wagner being freely offered against the field and as freely taken while Gray Eagle was backed at small odds for the first h at The call for the horses wasso nded at a quarter to one oclock and soon after all eyes were Directed toward a motley group approaching from Mr Garrisons stable with stately step andslow the proud champion of Louisi ana made his appearance He was directly stripped and a finer exhibition of the perfec tion to which the trainers art can be carried we have rarely seen His coat and eye were alike brilliant Wagner is u light gold chestnut with a roan stripe on the right side of the face and white hind feetabout fifteen and a half hands high Ills head is singularly small clean and bony set on a light but rather long neck fore handed he resembles the picture of his sire and his car riage is said to resemble him His shoulder is immensely strong running well back into a good middle piece which is well ribbed Lome One of the finest points about him is his great depth of chest few horses can measure with him from the point of the shoulde to the brisket His arms are heavily muscled like Mingoi with the tendons standing oul in bold relief He has un commonly strong and with hips a gQOd loin remarkably fine stifles and thigh with as fine hocks and legs as evei stood under a horse Wagnei has been in training ever since his threeyearold year am has traveled over 3000 miles without three weeks rest this season Mr Garrison com mcnced galloping him jusI four weeks previous to th race he had not even beei turned loose in a paddock- A murmur which was soo Joel in a suppressed cheer a fhelieari ofthe quarterstretci announced to the m litiftd about the stand tfco pnbaci Gwkf Bttfrle 61eaUj1In font cf tc tattij ki left J Help Nature IBabies and children need f I proper food rarely ever raedi cine If they do not thrive = E on their food something is 1 Jiimachinery properly SIOIlEM COD LIVER OILWT- HHYPOPHOSPMTESorLIMESSODA = Will generally correct this 1 1 difficultyIf I will put from one fourth to half a teaspoonful I in babys bottle three or fqur times a day you will soon see I a marked improvement larger children from I ForI fa teaspoonful according = dissolved in their 1if you so desire will very soon show its great nourishing I i i power If the mothers milk dotS not nourish the tbaby she needs the emul- sioni It will show an effect T i at once both upon mother = andchild 1 ILarriage and flashing eye elicited a burst of applause which told better than words can express the intense and rdent aspirations felt in his uccess by every son and daughter in Kentucky Clinton his trainer immediately tripped of his sheet and hood and a finer specimen of the iighmettled racer was never exhibited He was in condition to run for a mans lifea aagnificent gray nearly six een hands high with the step of a gazelle and the strength of a Bucephalus Mr Bur Bridge had told us that of one hing he was confidenthis hors might want foot but of his gameness he was certain the correctness of his judg uent the sequel will show In the hands of Clinton why by the bye is a Kentuckian not above seven and twenty years of age Gray Eagle had never lost a heat the previous October he won a twomile sweepstake over this course in 341 343 and aweekafter wards repeated the race in 348 344 His form indicates more p6wer of endurance than any horse we sav in Kentucky from the girth forward his shape and make could hardly be improved upon if he merely had the delicate finely tapered ears of a St Charles or a Wild Bill Stand ing behind him his quarters display a fine development of muscle but many would call them light in proportion to his size and forehand in this respect he closely resembles Priam His coupling thigh and stifle are exceptional good and his hocks come well down to the ground giving him great length from their point to thatofthe jvhirlbone His legs are4 dean broad and flat with the hamstrings and leaders beautifully developed no son of Whip ever had a finer set of limbs under him Two estuuts next chal lenged the pnblics attention the first was Queen Mary a verv bloodlike lookincr filly with white hind feet that a single glance would have shown her tobe a daughter of Bertrand She measures about 1St hands is well put up and when running in good form must be a dangerous lady to trifle with Hawk Eye as we remember him is a heavy moulded colt nearly 1St bands with a star and white fore toot without the foot or endurance of his half brother Iressurehe presents to the eye no such game ap pearancei We trust that he was not himself on this occa sion or we would wish ne3r to look npon his like again for he cut a very sorry figure in this party Both himself and the Bariraad filly have a11winner Mid the latter hn Y rbee 11oo11upon M 1rforr J At halfpast one oclock the jockies had received their orders from the judges the orderwasgiven to clear the course Cata called Kate in a richly embroidered scar let dress was put up on Wag ner he is a capital jockey and rode nearly up to his weight 110 pounds The rider engaged for Gray Eagle lost the confidence of his owners just before the race and Stephen Welsh a three yearold rider was selected though obliged to carry 13 pounds dead weight in the shot pouches of his saddle The friends of Gray Eagle however had the entire con fidence in his honesty and it is clear that he did his best though weighing as he did but 82 pounds he had neither the strength nor stamina to hold and control a powerful firery hprse like Gray Eaglp He rode superbly for a lad of of his years while Catos ex hibition of skill and judgment Would have done creditto Gil Patrick The horses took their places in accordance with the precedence of their nominations for the stake Gray Eagle had the inside track Queen Mary second Hawk Eye third and Wagner fourth Just at this moment Mr Ward Presid3nt of the Club dislodged the band from their seats over the judges stand and Mr Clay Judge Porter Judge Rowan our friend Col Whetsone of the Devils Fork of the Little Red and the writer of this article with two or three other gentlemen were invited to occupy them by which we all obtained a fine view not only of the racebut of the ladies inthe stand opposite To be continued THE FARMER OF THE FUTURE The farmer who under stands chemistry who is able to analyze the forces of nature to mix brains with his soil will be the great farmer of the futureSuccess- To be sure he will Farm ing is a science and a busi ness as well and not a hapha zard occupation be taken up and put away in a careless or indifferent manner Farming is no more to be carried on as it was 25 or 100 years ago than manufactur ingbahkinginsurance or run ningawholesalegrocery house was carried on 20 or 100 years ago Conduct any of these businesses as they were done then and they will go into bankruptcy in six months Why then expect farming to be carried on now as then Everything else has progress ed why not farming too the foundation on which all other business rests- Everything comes out of the ground at last and what weteat and what we wear are produced in the raw state by the farmer He is necessary to existence Does it not shov the won derful vitality of the calling that it has furnished a living To thousands when in so many instances it has been conducted exactly as it was 150 years ago And does it not show what great prQfit await those who take it up as a business and manage itwith the same watchfulness as suc cessful commercial enter prises are managed If some of the Kentucky boys who are leaving the farms to go into law medicine and business in cities vill studyfarming as they do law and medicine they will find it a profitable undertaking and an independ ent one and at the same time one of the most heathful and enjoyable occupations to be fouud on the list It will be a day of good omen when the young men of talent take up agriculture as a serious study ExvThe Treasury Bureau of Statistics is out in a nice little statement to the effect that the United States exceeds Great Britain in its export Of domestic produce Soft doer strickly speaking but tfye foreign trade of 1vt Britain is aiill nearly double that f the United 8ta1esF- idiiUeol timtrae but t ata fiiUjf Uftadjr to Ht wITh o t a 1II k t b TTNILTTHL 1t 91 LOOK READI = J f 0ourr J Morris Chiir- sy Rockers Roman Chairs Pedestals 4 Childrens Chairs Rockers and Beds- Couches f FURNITURE 4 At as reasonable prices as could be elsewhere obtained and a of qualities and price is now urged S The very latest things can now be at our store also a large supply of the necessities Special values of- feredCD in Diningroom and Bedroom I Furniture Sue our I ElaborateG o Line of Tables Faboureltes Indian- S Stools Plate Racks Easels etc Our o Picture Department has not been g overlooked a complete stock of the tt newest Mouldiqgs just received Ask 4 for prices before purchasing frames G A large assortment of PLATINS 4 J PRINTS and CARBONS 4 Courteous treatment assured all i AND ER W D fI A complete line of Undertakers Supplies carried and UNDER TAKING specialty 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to new lead THE OUTLOOK fur the thsc mouths above mentioned at the special price oftwentyfive Cents regular price eventyflve cent providing the name of paper THE OUTLOOK tells the tory of world lup ings every week in short clear Jabors1vin paragraphs Address SubScription Department B THE OUTLOOK 287 New York City GRAND DISPLAY OF BUGGIIS PHAETONS CARRlAGrS Greet the optics of all that visit the Kentucky Carriage Works Never before since the foundation of these Works have we displayed such a complete line ofvehicles 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 Kentucky 0arriagi Works r JOHN DONELSON ProprietOT f PITTSBURG CENTRAL STOCK YMKe EAST LIBERTY PA OFFER SUPERIOR ADVANTAGES TO SHIPPFRS Yards have been nlarged and rearranged It is the nearest point to Jibe Eastern Market Best tributing Point of Inlianap1is for Baltimore Washington Philadelphia New York aid all Eastern markets Good byers always attendance for exjiprt cattle and all otMr kid of stocks On snHienU for dooltaW k firin irwi llMlattentiOBo r Ml 1vNMsrI VtSULL Ct JarfK I l The Richmond Climax J C CHENAULT Proprietor lotanagerTIIOS WEDNESDAY JAN 1C 1901 rUHLIHMKDCVKKY WICDNICSUAY BY The Climax Printing Gof PRICBi PElt YEAR 150 DEMOCRATIC TICKET flhTOK couNt JUDGE N B TUBPIN Nit COBNTT lATTOBSE j TBvifi COO- LpoIazvF JOUN P yrAGERS FOB JAILER JAMES G LACKEY FOB HODSTY CLUE 1tSE COBB FOB flEPUfl3ENTATWEt FOR SCHOOL SDPERIXTEUDENT J W WAQEKS FOR ASSBS8O- BOEORQE NOLAND FOil SDEVETO- HSF HOCK FOil CORONER CLIFF BMIUE- LSANNOUNCEMENTS r FOR CITY ATTOB2IET TALBOT1ACKHONoffice ot City subject to theactlon of the Democratic party CWELTSAttorney subject to the action ot the Demo cratic party We are authorized to announce W R AUorneysublect tetwtenIcariledbetter eternal damnation or etornnl extinction A ronjoritj prefer hell to nothingness after ueath A great many nothIngnesibefore en this order who see their alternative between nonenity and devilment and clioso the latter A fop of classic note untiquityforgottenlimilarfor the sake of a little cheap notoriety will do most anything All the lucia are not dead yet ATLANTAS sporty Mayor has fallen from grace again He menus well but therebyhaogtf from one of his clforte to extnrmU nate boozs by personal coneuinption he swears oil and signs the plCUge Hilt lila thirst gets IhA better of his better inlinlioiiH virtuous living in nut f r him and lie ueakens every trial His Bproes have become notoiious and ol national repute His last one was the straw that broke the camels back and his resignation hns been finally de manded by the Gate Citys Council His excuse may probably he similar to JIIy Jack Viilstailti who remarked that if Admn full in a state of loon cence no better could ho expected from bim in the present state of villianj JohnnyThhsunpleasantness hns not yet given way to fmterna MSt in pome of our South ern bosoms The New Orleans Con federate Veterans have declared against inviting MoKinley to the nxt reunion of the C V A They are miHlite to forget the unjust win fare tif OlOS Which deprived them of their homes aul property uml Inimiliated their pride Hut tIIIe Louiuiui gentlemen sinningfheirraneor Norths own fault Can we blame them for taking this action when day by CongressItaranguci of representation in this proud old Gulf Mate We Southern gentlemen are not blessed with the tempers of angels we believe in fair play and demand courtesy Tor courtesy Give us such and such will we give While we condemn time spirit of the Now appreciatetIir theybclierepp1cehoweverspirits of these unreconstructed rebs by their brothers in arms ana 110 notice will be taken of their action by the gen eral association Go slow boys and pat em on the buck Come down Zacheus come down L t8rowerLO LEXINGTON Ky OUR Clearance Sale Is now in progtesse You can save from 25 tQ 50 per cent OIl any House Furn isliiifgs you may t neecL CfBrower COil MA1rVA DBROADWq LEXINGTON Iys1tq it I to THE superiority ol civilization to bar situationInnation on the face of the globe with a population almost coifutless in its im tobyJmansolution to the riddle of the inactivity and dormant spiritless condition of the Empire of Confucius is this the Chinese arc a people without soul requi8iteforthe ancient Greeks for example the noblest tribe that has left its record Jbersgreat and with that quality heM jhandtentious to settled religious beliefs They are dull and stolid and to their stupidity they may attribute the dill meniberment of their possessions And godsthemselves TJIB ethics of a gypsy liorsetradet t ins the Sultan of Turkey He doesnt care how he gets out of a scrape so his tkln is whole He is likewise not in the leastparticular about paving his which are mostly For he past few years he has been in debt repeateddunsDelicate diplomatic hints about his indebtedness he completely ignored and not until the Kentucky hove in sight did he take the matter seriously However under of the battleship presence und the fighting potency of her name he soon tumbled to terms and offereit to ante up and square ac 1fgalnsthispounce upon him were it known that he was settling his outstanding claims the Groat Mogul has decided to pur chase a little fishing craft from an American firm and to include in the price the compensation due Uncle Sam These are pretty round about doings but we can mark np bis ac count with red lines just the sameDTHAT bread is the stall of life has long been an accepted fact but in the tight of modern amid perfected science it appears that 5u soverelgnity is about o be disputed A warm rival a dark horse in the shape of the goodly tobac cj leaf has taken its place On the track to battle lor the supremacy A prominent London journal has published a i tateni iit to time affect that the British soldiers in South Africa regarded tobacco as indispensable as bread and urged that it he regularly served out as rations OITtinius when wearied and fatigued by a long davs march the camplirecimfoit becond to none Truly tilt Lord id CJdall of his creations have ecllloWhlltUaleigh knoweth not the modern popnlaiity of time fashion he set It would solace him for the loss of his head to become informed of the wide spread usage of his discovery Peace and all honor be to his shade which engagedillnever falling sack of Yellow Rose TilE ancient Romans had a custom of introducing a skeleton at their ban quets to remind them that life is not ail joy and pleasure and that death awaits us all f n like manner the Eng lish while whooping jumping and Wacking their heels in a most unBrit ish manner in welcominu Lord Roberts pltrioticfrenzyfestive board the grim spectre of De leadinghisdully putting crimps in the Queens SwampFoxMarion i so swift are lime movements the press can scarce keep up with him One day the reports have the General sur rounded the next ho is up and gommel and on the succeeding one he a lot of British Such is the daily program of life in time Transvaal The war is by no means ended and at no stage since its declaration has it assumed more serious phases than at present If kept up until Englands attention is attracted elsewhere the patriots will win their freedom and make peace on favorable terms Hur rah for tho ubiquitous De Wet ETEUXAI vigilance is the price of liberty With that commodity we pur chased our freedom and with the same coin we must keep it As the Demo cratic party is sadly in the minority in the present Congress it must make lip in watchfulness what it lacks in number and on the floor of the House and Senate fight the battles its Litlierd waged on the fields of 1776 for the issues are the santo Might cannot triumphsInwhen tile test of usage is applied the errors of the administration will be come patent and matters will eventually right themselves All things come wltchinwill finally put things on the right track So we advise our party not to intightinlso when opportunity comes we shall thefieldbeatmlestrongerAnd the divine supineNo A KEXTUCKIAN kneels to none save woman and his God Theso proud words of the Jleroic Crittenden spoken beneath time monastic shadow of a white byhisIn a kneeling posture in char acteristio words situ feeling the pride whichhitssoil Time spirit of pride and defiance seems indigenous to Kentucky From the highest to time lowest in bypath end hedges it is found and flourishes Time haughty though poor mountaineer at the expense of life and limb keeps his honor untarnished even to third and t fourth generation Tho BlutGrassname and reputation and will die in its defense But in both sections of our fair commonwealth there exists a enll11ent that is superior even to family pride and that is respect and reverence for womankind Nowhere are the ladies honored as in old Ken tucky The glamour of mediaeval romanceJet hovers over our sunny feel for the daughters of idolatrythatexemplification of our respect for family which attracted widespread attention occurred last week in Illinois nondeplumlbraelydivulging the secret of his identity for bringingf such men are our people composed i there may be evil in them but the good Isuppermost BARNES MILL Vfo are glad lo welcome Mr Jerre Noland and family to our vicinity as a neighbor and cltizen We noticed the other evening some young ladleR who are visiting Mrs No land climbing Lookout Mountain that lies west of the house to view the beautiful sunset and surrounding coun try To see them climbing the bill made me think 6f Icelander with his family climbingsome lonely peak in the fall of the year to take the last lookat the sun till ho makes his appearance overtIme horizon in the spring but Idigresaso back to my theme Some one of the crowd suggested that she cityJerululemstretching far to the East even the very spot where Adam and his servant Ham dwelt They remained on top of tho mountain till late desiring to 1141 the honor of holding the first conversation with the man in the moon when that old orb should make her appear ance They were not one bit afraid of gontlenmanAlterreturned to tho valley to in- weet reverb and dream ot the vision uy DixiB Jackwns DayGev McCrurys Speech We take in part from the Cincinnati DayCelebrationA large and enthusiastic attendance lasttllJbtatCentralGarden 8approprbttetyleExGovernor McCreary was the ora t subjectThetucky and Its Importance to the Demo c ratte Partydlscussed by the eminent winterrupedwithiild dud the Jefferson Club Mr Mc renry thanks for the lCOO major it 3 in the late election and to tho Sixth Kentucky District with Its 6000 Democratic majority the speaker gave much of the credit for Kentucky being till only doubtful State to hand over such a rnajority md thereby electcing a Democratic Governor Governor McCreAry rendered a beautiful tribute of respect to the lamented Governor William Gocbelcliaracterizim him ashIi patriot and statesman ever anl fearless and loyal to the great common people He also said in part The late political campaign was perhaps the most memorable and the questions involved the most momentous over know before in Kentucky We mat our political opponents in the fairest and freest eleo tion unit in many years Thev sented their ablestand as theylIefieccl- their unconqueahle clratnptions The umber of votes cast by each leading political party was the largest ever cast before in our State and we won a creat victory aud carried Kentucky for William J Bryan for President and J C W Beckliam for Governor Time Iin portance of the victory can not be over estimated Thesupremacy of Democracy has been established in our Common wealth Law and order good govern ment and security for lire and property a AIngressive bold and brilliant contest was made and over six millions of Demo stood together and voted for the ticket Kentucky Democrats did their duty fearlessly add faith fully In trying to elect our gallant and gifted peerless and patriotic national leader and candidate for President We gave to him the electoral vote of oiir State which was all we could do We were disappointed in the result but Democrats will abide their time Republican methods and measures cannot long dominate this great Re public Afterawhile the people will rise in their power and place Democrats again in control of the national government In Kentucky we are now facing new era The last election placed the responsibility on time Democrats and our party represents a lar e prepoccior a lice of the intelligence wealth and business of the State We will be held to a strict accountability and wo must do our duty promptly patriotically andsfaithfully Commercial and industrial develop ment which have been retarded must he encouraged and rehabilitated Educa tional facilities must be strengthened our policies must be wise and conser vative and beneficial and assurance must be given that there will bo justice and equal rights under the law to the farmer the laborer the mechanic and- ot all the people I am absolutely sure that the Democratic party will be equal to its responsibilities and meet to the fullest extent the expectations of time people anti that our magnificent Com monwcalth under the influence of splendid and progressive manhood and glorious womanhood will move forward illustrating liberty regulated by lawapeace crowned with prosperity andtgood government justly and honestly administered On the subject of reorganizing the Democratic party Guy McCreary said The party and principles of Jefferson and Jackson and our last national platform are gooj enough for me and I am not in favor of reorgatiziug the Democratic party Certainly Ken lucky Democrats should be satisfied for we carried out State against all the combinations and machinations timelKepnblicans could originate goodlightDemocratic nominees and Democratic platforms through all the trials and- vhaiiges of years should lead We re spect and welcome those who came balk lo us and aided us so valiantly in the last campaign mid those who are still outside of the fold will show wis dotn if they fall in and follow aud help us in the great contest against the Re publican party instead of offering gratuitous and unneeded advice Events make new issues New con ditions may arise They will be met when they are presented This is not a time for new organization but it is a time for keeping up encouraging and strengthening he organization we now have and reburnishing our political armor and preparing with harmony and union courage and determination to win another Democratic victory at the next election- PER ONAL Mr Joe Boggs was in Ford Thursday Mr Dick Igo was in Lexington Sunday N Mr H S Stout was in Paris last week Mrs James B McCreary is in Cin cinnati Miss Eva Lammers is visiting in Stanford Dr L IlfBlanton has had a touch of tho grip Dr V H Hobson has returned hour Cincinnati Mrs H A Bronston is visiting in Lexington Miss Janle Ttlyeri baa returned from Lexington Miss Leila Harris his been visiting in Perryville Miss Bessie Lackey visited in Lex ington last week catHebuvinMr Jay Ballard has returned to his home in Lexington Mr H W McKinney of Winchester was here last week Mrs Mat Cohen is visiting Mrs John D Allen of Carlisle Mr Thomas Feenyof Paris is visit ing his parents lucre Mr John Harris is at home from a visit to Nicliolasville Mr A B Oldhani of Mt Sterling was in town last woe Miss Laura Bennett is visiting Mrs John Reid of Lexington Mr Sanfley Hughes 0f Lancaster t visited friends hero Saturday SterliligHon James B McCreary was in Louisville last week on business Miss Emma Van Sickle of Danville is the guest of Miss Lucy Gregory Mr W D Oldham was registered at Seclbacks in Louisville Thursday Mrs H G Turner has returned fro n a visit to her parents at Georgetown Miss Nannie Goodloe of Danville is also the guest of Miss Lucy Gregory Miss Allan Burns of Cynthiana is visiting lier sister Mrs N V White Mr David Dunn was registered at the Willard in LouisvIlle Wednesday Messrs Brannon Beasley ttn LWHI Denny of Lancaster were ill town Fri day tbeNormalLexington lrllryCoIUnsgrip is rapidly improving Mr Leo Smltha has returned from the city where he purchased alarge stqck for his department store Julia Hiuzins and Miss SueMc IMiss are visiting Mrs W Q Smith Place Columbus Ohio beethivingvisiting his lather DrHe Heath 6fYf 14A Little Spark May Make Macfi Work1 The mite sjutrhs of bad blood forking in the fystem sticald be quenched with Hoods SarjfanUAmericas greai blood porifier It purir vitalizes and enriches the blood ofboth sexes and allages Cures scrofula salt rheum dyspepsia catarrh JfSalJa aI lj ftjJjmJJff W rates iast week Midway Clipper Chas W Powell of Richmond presi dent of time telephone exchange is in town this week Bath Ccuuty Demo tateMaster Ronald Oldham has returned from ML Sterling where he contracted case of meales entirely recovered in ealthtMrs Beatty Middelton will entertuihug at the home of her father Sharp at 2 oclock Friday afternoon Shelby Sentinel The aged parents of Mr S F Rock will soon move from Bcattyville to this place where they wilfmuke their home with their soncMr and Mrs J P Turner of Am brose Jessamine county are here with their son Rev II G Turner who is with the measles Mr and Mrs A C Wells gave a dinner Wednesday in honor of Mrs C T Wells nee Mrs Cox of Louisville oElmosoSullivan W S MoberleyJ TovisCobb and Mrs Lammers The Lancaster Suds Club gave anaelegant Saxton thrice last mong the guests present were tho Richmond people Misses Bessie Turley Stella Adams and Messrs II 11 Blanton T Collins James Wagers Will Feland and Joe T tiviscMiss Florrie Bright entertained tile s aidepresent Misses Helen Bennett Julia Higcins Bettio Taylor Carlisle Walker and guest Miss Phelps of Louisville and Mrs T D Chenault Jr Miss Mary Tribblo won time prize a hand some vase Elegant refreshments were screed and delightful time had by all reslAnedherfor item home in Richmond tomorrow t i Sheservices of Miss Letcher She is a most thorough teacher in Latin and Greek She has done much tp build up this school aniis now leaving when ituccds tuperiorthe college church and society Sins t i not nly loved by the pupils of the college but greatly admired by time people of our town and it is with sincere bJe11tVernon RELIGIOUS Rev Ashford B Reeves filled the pastord place at the Christian church Sunday ajjd delivered a creditable and interesting discourse Mr Reeves gives Jpromiso of a developemont that is very gratifying to Iris friends he has straight forward directness of speech nd an earnestness of manner that interests his hearers and forces their at probabilityi Christian church of this city for the ensuing year The Rev Hugh McLellon of Shelby ville was unanimously called to the pastorate of the Christian church atm I meeting of its members after the regular servieesSundaytniTrning His selection and probable acceptance will mean flubhcto become a source of great pleasure to our people regardless of denomination Mr McLeHaii is a pleasing speaker a originalityhis sermons interesting and attractive to all We trust he will beast pleases with Richmond as it is sure to be with htm Rev W B Lloyd filled the pulpit of the Central Christian church at Youugstown Ohio Sunday of which congregation he has recently been growlug 9 inhabitants and is making rapid strides to prominence Therearethreechurches of the Christian denomination there Ihe one of which Rev Lloyd is in charge we are informed has a thous and members twentyfive deacons and five elders lira Lloyd will move his family in the course of a few weeks May success attend them in their now MARRIED FUAZIEKWELLS Mr J AFrazier of Ioberle and Mi ss Kadia Wells of Hockaday were joined in wedlock last Wednesday by Rev A J Tribble MonERLEYWAitMOUTir MrThos A Moberley of Ruthton and Bit Hattie Wannoiith of Cotton burg were JfrlbbleWniTEHENSijKY William Whit more and Miss Lain Hensley were united in matrimony at the home of time bride on the Othinst Both parties are wellknown residents ol Berea lliooixsTrnLEV As previously an nounced in these columns Mr Clime F Higgins will be married to Nit s Lizzie Turley and Mr Irvine 1rather to Miss Tibbs WHgus this afternoon in Lexington Rev U C Ua jernian will perform both ceremonies- STAGNEKADAMS At the residence ofMr Wilbour Simmons on the Sit lust at 480 p In Mr Lewcr H Stat uer of Uuncanon son of the late Dr it C Stagner of Lexington and MUs Mary E5 Adams of Whites Station daughter of Mr Jam W Adams wore united in the holy bonds of main JJeny1JclJoweUJrA uary 101001 RICHMONDBALES Miss Annie Bales the lovely and charming daughter of Mr and Mrs Whito Bales will be married on January 23 to Mr John Richmond of Marion county Virginia Miss Bales is a beautiful and womanly young lady and we congratulate the man of her choice on winning so fair a bride Immediately after the con mony the voting couple will leave for the grooms home in the Old Dominion DEATHS HuksrBrowmm Hurst a young man agediedWALKER Miss Lena Walker augh ofWhitestodayinDnNIsMra Mary A Dennis died suddenly at the residence of her sister Mrs A J Collins on Saturday 2th4 Inst ot general congestion Deceased who was a godly Christian woman was an aunt Of Messrs H H RAV aud Charles Culver and T II Collins nd leaves five children MAUTJNC01 Robert M Martin of Ixjuisvjllp commander of tine Tenth Kentucky Cavalry C S Annd one of tho most noted fighters of the war cf the secession died in New York last Wednesday where he bad goiefor medical treatment Her was a true gentleman ond ono of natures noblemen His fame as a lighter was widespread 2or Eoat A nice dwelling Louse on Lancaster avenue containing seven rooms with partici1larslcallKy JChe average old baciielorJiatRS worse tohoUl ababy while its mother fastensI hergiove than lie would dance onva redhot stove with a buncTi of Bty rockets itI v c e II John aFee Is Dead Rev John G Fee founder of Berea College mid a pioneer abolitionist Is dead Mr Fee had been in ailing health for some time past last fall lift broke a leg and that with the ills Inci dent toold age hastened his end and onlast Friday evening lie nobly anti quietly answered the sudden sUmmOns of the grim reaper Death Mr Fee was a famous and widely known character of national repute He was born in Bracken county Ky September 9181G Ho was the first son tif John Fee an Industrious arid thrifty farmer Ho united with the Presbyterian churcli at the agtrof ten years and two years later determined to qualify himself for tile ministry lie- ntered as a student in Augusta College and after prosecutinie his studios there for tvoand a half years went toMiaml University at Oxford 0 Leter ho ro turned to Augusta College and was raduated from that institution He entered Lane Seminary in 1842 While Ih rebe became interested in the slavery question and became an ardent abolitionist After two years at the Seminary he returned to Bracken and on September 2ffrl14 ho sarriedMatilda Hamilton and shorlly egan evangelistic work in Lewis coun llty His teachings did not find fayor with the Synod of Kentucky and at the meeting of that body at Paris in October 1845 declaring that tine action f his church which had refused fellow ship to slaveholders was unwarranted and reprehensible Tho American Mis ba Society was requested to give him no more aid as an evangelist Mr Fee promptly declined further aid VICTIM OF SlOB VIOLENCE He continued His work in Lewis amid much discouragement oftentimes encountering rough usage nd mob violence and enduring trimly indignities Onco he was fired upon while sfltlrg in tho door of his house and threats against his lifo were constantly made About this time Mr Fee printed an antislavery manual and a number of tracts directed against slaveholding These publications were widely circu lated in Kentucky and other States Subsequently ho publiished a tract a secret orders which added to the bitter feeling against him and subjected him to further ill usage In 1848 he received a commission from he American Missionary Association ud began regular preaching tn Lewis and Bracken counties The slavery question was then crow- Ing rampant and Ono night tho house used by Mr Fen as a church and schoul house was burned by an incen diary Subsequently it was rebuilt novas TO MADISON COUNTY Ill tine spring of 1853 he was invitee to Madison count where Cassius lIClay had already been at work agital ing the antislavery idea He conduct ed a protracted meeting in tho old Glade churchand subsequently Mr Clay offered to give him a farm on the site of the present village of Berea if ho would become the settled pastor Mr Fee accepted ten acres of ground and moved his family to the new location The erection of a schoolhouse follow cd and the college idea followed as a natural sequence Mr Fee anal a Ten friends whom ho had interested in his work built schoolhouses in Rockcastle and Iulaski counties These buildings were burned by irjpbs A school at Williamsburg was broken up by violence At Dripping Springs where ho made regular appointments tp preach a mob drove him out of the village Similar treatment was en countered in Rockcastle and elsewhere UEGIKNlVO AT IIEltEA On September 7 1858 thin first steps were taken toward the establishment of Berea College At a meeting pf Mr Fee and some of his friends a commit tee was appointed to draft a constitu don December 1 it was adopted am in July 1859 the trustees contracted for a site and began the work of raising funds Mr Fee visited New York and other cities in time interest of the college movement and continued his ministra miens in Kentucky At one time the feeling against him became so great that he was forced to takeiefnge Sir Cincinnati By this time the civi war had come on and several times when ho undertook to return to Ken Lucky ho was driven back by mobs Ho had many exciting experiences but at the close of the war returned to Berea and began anew the work of building up tho school and church His work prospered and tim college grew to its present porportlons Ho remained in charge of the college unlit some months aim when his lug was broken by a fall This and his vanced years had incapacitated him for the active duties of life Mr Fee was a benevolent truly gootI man and as lout as tbe wails of Here College stand there will ever be a colossal monument to his memory before the eyes und in tub hearts of the people he loved so well lIe leaves two soils one a rancher in California the other a farmer in Indiana and a daugliter Mrs Laura Embry to mourn his loss Hows This Wo offer One Hundred Dollars re cnulnWe the undersigned mayo known F J Cheney for the past 15 years and perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able tocarry out any obligation made bytheir firm DruggistsToledyWholesale Druggists Toledo 0 Hairs Catarrh Cure is taken inter nally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system alldruggistsHalls Family Pills are the best 2Janlm CREDITORS NOTICE lnstElizaquested to present eaaie to the under signed on or before February let 1101 properly proven and verified or same barred ED 0 CARSON Admr jan25ir iiiOHEST CASH PRICE PAID FOR SKUNK SKINS I Want 25000 Corfespondesce Salklted A E BUIIHIRMaln8tCOnd SU 18Jan w Dissolution Notice 1 ElIlItcJ1elt1901 Mr Ellerry continuing at the tame startS All person tebted to the Srin are requested to call and settle at once IlInl2w JlLXITCHbLLO i1 The Test of Time Discloses no defects in our Dental WORK It has enduring qualties Looks as well as it is possible for Hu man skill to make itand wears as well if not better than Natures own work Sets of TEETH ON PLATES Arfc particularly handsome and very durable DR HOBSON Dentist RieLoil Ky Office next door to Government Bldg in Ilobson Bldg Richmond Ky Office open nil night RAT Without limit I de U sire to express to the ITI1DF people of Madison andadjoining coun ties for their liberal patronage in the past and hope by manufacturing and selling the best goods for the least amount of money and pleasant honorable treatment to merit a liberal share of their patronage in the future For J901 I have bought more largely of every article in my line than ever before during my 30consecu tive years of business in Rich mond and at my much lower prices than expected Result can offer you Wall Paper at- c3 on up in price and not a sorry paper in the line Win dow Shades J5c 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 wilt offer you theuBest 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 yougive us a chance to show you how cheap we can do it Await gratefullyEstablished J 870 Geo M Wiliging 290 W MAIN RICHMOND K- YPUBLICSALE As Executor of Mrs Li via Gregory I will on- WEDNESDAY JAN 16 1900 sell at Public uctJon on the premises the tract of land containing 410 acres on which she Tesidcdat the time of her death This tract of lard is situated on time Big Hill turnpike three miles from the city of Richmond at Fort Estill depot on time Kentucky Central railroad and is one of the best and most desirable farms in Kentucky It hasjyi it near the pike a substantial brick dwelling with all necessary out buildings The- lancps of superior fertility well water with sufficient timber on the bacK of the farm forall 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 grasp farm It is chiefly in grass and in excellentcondition for all cropping purposes Terms liberal and will be made known on day of sale which will becin promptly at eleven oclock am WM 0 GOODLOE Executor All inquiries addressed to Burnam IMoberley Richmond Ky or Wm 0 promptly 44 Main Opp 1r =f if r i 1 h 1ZNOW JS YOUR TO PURCHASE A JARGE BILL OF GOODS FOR a We are willing to make great I Sacrifice in order to have rr tr A IS On all Winter Goqds We must make room for our New Spring Line A few Eider Down Comforts pretty colors reduced from 225 toi95 Mens Caps 20 and 39 i Reduction on Dress Goods and Outings Cnildrens Wool Hoods colored 15 and 20 THIS IS THE TIME TO BUY YOUR CorMain S First St MILD WINTER RESPONSIBLE FOR Stre- etCouow THE NEW YE- ARBARGAINS OPPORTUNITY LITTLEMON Y Clearance I 385Mens00MensCOTTONS HflMBURSS M LACE willbeamRespectfully Kentucky IE 7IfE J i7i7z1 z Pi7 fh J 6REAT CLOSING SALJi + f 20 2 gg f We are compelled to remove in 30 days in order M to build and to avoid removing stock we have r CUT THE PRICES ALL TO PIECES 7 t v 7 We have the largest stock of NeW Suits Overcoats and Underwear for + Men and Boys ever opened in Rich mond Call and select what you want at your own PRICE l5I7 Smtso Suit at E its to measure and guaranteed during this sale COST NM vyyyyy S F 7f V 71 I7IF 7 S + j r OUR TROUBLE i i t+++ +++++++t We have left on hand a large stock of footwear of all grades parison jn goods or prices Either the goods must go or we go out of business JPRICES 260It15at185 00c4 i 1 60 t l iV5o 2 60i r 35C j 5 L 175 u 4 00 ru 8 00 An everythmr else in proportion The Ultra Ladies 5hoesf Douglas Shoes and all others at same tut rates +++ +4+ ++ + +4+4 + + a tjt Bros oI m r mj4 L jf ii1 Sale OWEN MCKEE IRichmond OUT our XMx pOvercoatsjkUnderwearNOTHING e Everybody ISTOUFFERSiIIfit AT THE CLIMAX 125ai YSACRIFICED 00M160Mens freeman 8 Rah rurnisn Witn ALL TBBL ADIiG O1U1- S aaa a a s a VL f7I 7J7I F 7F + Radlent Home Heating Stoves I Burns Soft Coal arid less oder than ariyother Give more Heat and will keep fire longer than any other JAJI rIottfitt itwm not go out Jwinter IfO oEDEijIEOO4014v I+ csseatWi bd2 aHAFARMINQCall and see Itilt be IMPLtMEN1M tMbet prme of deurIpt iD B WORDJCoKPID1 M I T ICXMOD XY ++++ + 9- I i J UI f J The Richmond Climax =WEDNESDAY JAN 10 llQl ONE WAY To hare your cakes and oTher leasttrouble teaNuteyou are mse of Settlflronlrrtclass fresh TOHAtE Just the kind of conda cur cus tomcrs want Is Our constantaim Our store Is last crowdM with willbour display or Pure Fresh Clio din boxes of Oranges barrels of Apple wagon loads of Nuts Oysters Crambcnles Turkeys Celery etctc Also a beauti ofChlnareLampDglls thingforetc A HAPPY Lot of clerks are on duty at onr store ready and glad to show yon round and take yonr orders for whatever you may want We hope you will call to see us this week but If you cannot come Ring Phone 35 and you will hue Just what you order Xmas XMAS v I Will soon be here and gone but I 1yourRespectfully E DEATHERAGECO We are after unloading clothing not money at StouDera Iddeetf New Paper Mr E H Hnrrisof the EstiH News intends to dispose oj Ills plant Irvine and Btart a Republican sheet in Win chester Estill got too warm for Mr Harris and ho is seeking a cooler clime Self closing unbrellas also M lf opening umbrellas at Stonffers 10dtf Public Sale In order to close up a partnership W J Collins and J W Elkins will sell to the highest bidder one jack foaled May 20 1899 in front of court house on Monday February 4 1001 Sale at 10 oclock IGjan31 WANTEDA good salessn or lady represent us la this county 60 00 guarantee to right party Ad Ircss P O Box 431 Washington D O J93t Covlngton I Banks Wo desire to call attention to the advertisement in this issue of Messrs ovington Banks the popular clothiers who otter low prices and first class goods to the public Everybody call and see them Get a suit at the closing out sale and save money at Stoutrerg the Tailor 19dectt Madison Boy Promoted Mr Smith Oldham a son of Mr Stanford Oldham of Bluegrasc this county has been promoted to the posi t ion of Teller in the National Eichange lank of Lexington It looks like you cant keep Madison peopl down Five room cottage for rent price no per month Apply to Or G W iVAXS nugl5tf Christmas Cheer Statistlcssbow that 20 killings oc rurred in Kentucky during the twenty four hours ending at midnight Christ nas night Asmnny more wero shot but will recover Woman and wine caused threefourths of the trouble We are compelled to vacate in SO days Cone and get a suit or overcoat a tStouflers 19dectf Successor Ip Pate Adams Mr Pate F Adams who resigned isis position on the Register to teach itiysical culture has been succeeded hy Mr Joe A Myers Mr Myors is one of the best typographers in the Bluegrass and will do good work fog OUr sister journal Natural product water mill flour aulti wealat II A Baxters grocery on Second Street augltf John Wallace Mr John Wnllace of Paint Lick has obtained a niyepoBitIoi a5stehographer with Tarter Co of Louisville MK Wallace is a graduate of Central Uni versity class of 98 and an enterprising young man Ho will make a model employee and give satisfaction we are sure Natural nroductwhile not as white as patent flour is mUch belter for health For eaje at B A Baxter on Second street augltf Berea Endowment It is now announced that Dr A K Pearson of Chicago who has longbeen talking of endowiig Biea College ja about to cons mJlto the deal ann create a department for the educatifny of monntaia maids for housewives We hope this rumor will prove true the doctor liasbeen talking a long time Lot him put up or shut up Timothy Hay for Sale A lot ot baled hay for sale Apply- to J JKEALK 2jan Sw A Thlef Replenlshes His Wardrebt Last Thursday night some person in search of raiment looted the clothes lines of Messrs Chas Turner Josiah Simmons and Hugh Qaley of thft Silver Creek neighborhood Tas thief evidently thought these gentlemen had more clothe3than they could wear or that his need was greater than theIrs He neglected to leave isilL 0 U1or- bis address behind Come and see us before we move and help us move bygetting anything t your own price in clothing at Stouf Va lgdec t- ItAK1chatI Pa hi- s1a WiMqlCJrney hasspldjiis interest Ii tli klqiidifce Cash Store to Scrive Mr Ch nault Co and will shortly nwige In bnsIhtSB elsewhere In order to settle uP the affairs of the old firm tile new firm wjnakjng ndiasola tlotmta of their large stock of goods lit The We wbererof the new MbasinesjI risc nw will roed42t UO oa Llt1 n PilrIP1 8 thati g 1 rlsed itin the pastW1- nDo 8tf Yov WANT T TRLlM ERt 1r- cOALK pocD yoU Wi 1 u a 1kli fPWrite JOe bh1l IIt may he aU k- JP7 J f 4Th phlUeatH Vii Vii i lr W 7 rPwie1i llidpurchMetlare wastI00Jr 1t thecoruerrout Apply to 28gor4m E C 1rcC X Imjrevsd Thereuahfares The LaDcafiteV and Barnes Mill turnpikes bear the marksof recent im pulIJfeYItwo highways during till past week or so and great islhe good Iherrof StoufTerwoiit tin nn leretood Call and get prices on clothing and under- Wear w IetfN- ewChurch TlieirnemberaofilinChriRtlan ctmrcli at PJMO hinve lpdId tn eret a new GreatiIltiiip4work whlcli will soon be begun Snb flikeulllllll1efCllion workCallto Box 229JJicUmonaKy 19d3t Joe WatisSoid Insurance Comraissroner John B rledwilha consideration of 2700 Thepur Pittsburgause Hie animat Sot by purposes 86 Watts has probably run lila last race DnrinsJhisbrielcarceron the turf he made a phenonenal record His best was 210J Imtsandcapsthllu Prices 19dectf New Agent i Mr J W Chancy of Berea has ben appointed county n oelltas jwcll ts collector lor the Enterprise Insurance Co Mr Chaney was lormer agent for the Hurst Home Insurance Co and during his connection with that corporation became noted for fainnd honest dealing Ve heartily r commend Mr Chancy to the Madison public and solicit for him a share of the patronoge of our people V Ask your neighbor where is the best and cheapest clothing They will say at Stouffers lOdecMf Deserved Promotion Mr Millard West of Lancaster who for some years past has filled the posi tion of Deputy Collector Internal Rev enue in ii most satisfactory manner has been appointed to a lucrative clerkship under Commissioner Yerkes in tlicWnsliington bureau Wecongrat ulate Mr West on luck which he fully deserves having madenn enviable record during his official connection with the revenue department Dr O IT Bucktnaster Osleopathtc Physician graduate of the American School of Osteopathy Kirkeville Consultation and examination free Office at Mrs Miller near post office iGjantf The Commoner Realty Wm JeniiingR Bryans papor The Commoner made its Initial appear alice yesterday It will voice the well known sentiments of its editor and with be devoted to the interest of the great common people We are prepared to furnish the CLIMAX and The Commoner at tile tow club rate of 175 per annum This is a rare chance fr Madisons Democracy to Jet news fruiu the fpun tain head of our parly Everybody tiropln and rubsurlhe For Sale 1 oiler fr sale privately jny residence and iwi acrea of land on West Main street There are height rooms bathroom aid hails and all necessary out building including thtl cisterns For furtheijHiirulars call on or address Dr G oW Evans ornhe undersigned AlitsSrKED SMITH 2jinf Richmond ICy Changes of Residence Mr J W Itupard has rented the residence on Third street formerly oc Cupled by Mr Mike Enright who lies moved to the Pigs residence on llallie Irvine street which he lias recently purchased Captain Keith and family have migrated to Mc53wainproperty on Fifth street I d Mr David PowersJias leased half of the WIggins lebideucw qn Hillsdale avenve For Rentr A blackstflhihshop on First street neaTr Water For further particulars apply to OWEN MCKEE 2Cdectr Near Accident to People Known Here Mr J Hal fjrimes and his little dinghter had a narrow escape from be ing bitten by a maddog last week Tie dog a big one came into the yard where the little girl Carolyn ways playing with a household pel and bit the small clog Mr Grimes went out to drive if off when it fiercely attacked him and he had to shoot the beast three tuns at arms length before killing it It was a narrow escape for both Mr Grimes and the clihidIIar rodsburg Saying 3vat Slonffers will buy you10 worth of clolhlngJ ectf Forgery t Thomas M Cooper of La Grange a young mnii of25 years and prominent JY cunnectcd was arrested here Friday afternoon oir charces of forgery pre l fred by the State JJank Trust Co of tiis City It appears that Cooper has recently given checks to the amount of over f2yO on certain parlies and his detection resulted as follows On Friday morning he had a check cashed Jbc 50 and the same afternoon endeavored to cash another This aroused the suspicion of the bank officials Who Immediately began the investigation which resulted in Cooper arrest KCfI Your Boots Clean In winter wLeiQhe snow is on the ground and snow freezes on yourboois sojoucadt etiLoh1 eiccpt by nehiing tyoffby the lire get a plO of carpet or an old coffee sack to spread down to catch the muddy water Have a place on trroporch orin the w to keep It bacK whore it will be hnndrtoI bring ih uext time anal your not look so tired when you come in to wsrjni A Boot and Shoe Cleaner Take an old pade with a broken handle Close to the kitchen doorstep fasten spade end between two sticks and fore handle la anothep etiort poet driven fa the ground at proper distaace bpv the Bprtde fasten An old brbrind beWeea th sHie Bticks you fasten the spade and you have a flue lnasrdieat loele ii wad ieft boots jAIt JlloXIJINI- Ur 5 lii 4 7J i i1if N jiR r s cm IL WE J sllfANO mm DB II 1 tiJ rdelS for floweis should be en ft treated only to reliable florists of known =I Taste and Ability f JstandingLa t+ le +++ 11 BELL The Florist itLEXINGTON KY- HENBY 1 PERCY Agt Bells Flowers go Evjerjwfcere qr50 cents will buyvnn 75 cent wortli of underwar at Stouffers tf Lees Birthday Celebration The birthday of General Robert E Le6 will be celebrated by the Daughters or the Confederac at the Court House Saturday night January 101t eight oclock Admission 25 cents Pro coeds fr charity Following is the program Dr Ityalls Music DUIe Address Maslo Maryland My Maryland Becitation To the Sons ot Confederate VeteraollMlss Mary Coyle Mnslo The Bonnie Blue Flag Eieadlne The fellows that Tramped itWIth LeeiIlssMaryCoyU h V EentnckyHomeReading The QldOrey Jacket hMedley JVerture of Southern Songs 2 J TALBOT JAcisoiCLm Bank OireclorsiEleclea Onr city banks hold elections for di rectors last week which resulted a follow few changes being made State Bank Trust Company J Stone Walker J A Sullivan II B Hanger John B Chcnault E D Bal lard Joe Collins John R Gibson David Chenault and J II Powell Richmond National Bank J W Cap rton I Shelby Irvine B P White T J Wlite S B Phelps G W Pickets and R W Miller Madison National BankC D Chen NIB Joel W jGibbs J S Collins and W S Moberley Farmers National Bank John Bon nott James Bennett C F Burnam E T liurrram T J Smith W A Lang ford and S S Parkes Mrdeeds Artistic Work f Mr WL Leeds whose work In dcc oralive lines has stampted him a post master of Iris craft is daily proving his claim to artistic workmanship of a high orderbv the execution of various masterpieces in a number of resilIenCe about town specimenithe handsome home of Mr and Mrs S Neville Moberley A sitting room and a bed room in thiS palatial mansion Mr Leeds has transformed into yenta artistsidisplaying bis skill to the utmost and the beauty of the rpsult is a testimonial to his ability Mr Leeds is prepared to compete with any otto in his especial line and desires the people of Richmond to give him their patronage in return pledging guaranteed satisfaction Death ol a Prominent And Widely Known Man Samuel L Wooldridgc Esg died on Tuesday morning the 8th inst at 880 oclock at his home roar Versailles after a long illness His death had been expected for several hays Col Wooldridgc was taken sick about the first of October and for some weeks his life was held by a thread Ho finally rallied a few weeks n oDe cameable to sit llPJlui idedowntownI There was a clmngetor the worse on Wednesday of lust week He became unconscious Thursday and remained in that state until he died His death was duo to a complication of diseases Samuel Lewis Wonlijridge was 76 years old lastjnonth lie was a son ot Powhattan and Millie Taylor VoolI dridgo nnd was born in Christian county His grandfather Edmund Wooldridge Esq emigrated to Wood ford froml Powhattan county Vn about 1780 being one of tie earliest settlers of the county ills grandmoth or was Elizabeth Watkins a sister of Joln Watkins who founded the town of Versailles She was married twice llrfet to Edmund Wooldridgo and after wards to John Mossthe grandfather or Mr John Moss of this comity ColWooldridge spout his younger days partly in Wooilfonl and partly jn Christian county At 22 he com menced the practice of law at Hopkins ville alterward forming a law partner ship with his brother the late Edmund Waoldridge at New Orleans During the war he returneil to his farm in Christian county and was successful in raising tobacco having kept Jilt together Virginia being cut off tobacco in those days for Northern supply Jlml export came almost exclusively from Southern Kentucky and com manded exorbitant prices From 1S6G to 69 Col AVooIdridge wiis in the cot ton factorage business at New Otlcaup the firm being Blakemore Wooldridge Co In GUhe moved to Woodford and bought the handsome estate which lie owned at tho time of hisdeath He invested in mining lands in Tennessee and tho AVooldridtteJellico Mines and the Fall Branch Mines have been under his management as president for years For Eome years ie cad been president of the hank of Woodford and the present highly prosperoua condi ton of that institution wis largely contribute to by Jill greatfiuancial ability nnd prudent forcsijjhtx lie leaves an estate of 250000 to r500000 Col Wooldridge njarrieil enrihti tbe 5Qi Miss Ann Mary Holloway of Woodfbrd cpnuty wlio died in about 1875 leaving two chrildren PowhattanV- VpoIdti lgo npw of IinlsvIlle and Mary Taylor WooWridgo deceased lIiS second wife Miss Mattie Avent 6tIissis8ippi survives him Of two children born to thorn Samuel Wool diiJse Jr survives a daughter An Hie dying In Infancy Qil Wooldridge had been for many years a member of the Clinslfan church Col Woodridge wjis bne of tire most courteous of men His courtly man tiers and his breadth of information made him a very chafraing and Inher ing companion He was a man who al W a commanded respect hL whose piendid presence and Jifsli bearing iwofean lndex ofUre felfreliftnt and iifiH ly BfcvtBre within Woodfefd Situ i 4 r t i47Y fI4 C iIIIi GHANUI3 L Of fiRM I Having succeeded the old firm of Cov pleasureinstatingwill exert its ability please the public and will at all timesIhave the I111 rot i faIR Of all seasonable things that will be shown tn this city OUR AIM Is to give gcod merchandise atra reasona ble price and we shall endeavor to have what every one wants in the CLOTHING LINE We will IIn everything in the way of Suits Overcoats Extra Pants Hats Mens Furnishing Goods and Mens Shoes With renewed vigor and past experience we hope to serve you even better than before We have now many BARGAIN8 In present season goods that we wish to elise out For Springwe have made large preperation in every lineIn Merchant Tailoring we are prepared to make you anything you may want Covinuton I Bonks Inspection ol McCreary Guards Capt Longmire of Lexington State inspector of the K S G reviewed our TcCieary Guards Thursday night and stated to a CLIMAX reporter that our ompanv made a veryflattering showing He likewise desired us to urge upon our cilizens the necessity of suitable uarteis being assigned our warriors as D arsenal for the safe keeping of their feapons and supplies This is a matter that should be attended to we have a militia company that is the equal of my in the State and that reflects credit in our town so our people should have e iiough pride to take an interest in lecuiing a permanent arsenal for the iompanys use Wo hope steps will jpeedily be taken in this matter More About the Gray EagleWagner Rae In the historic race between Gray Eagle and Wagner at Louisville n1839 Senator John Cunningham of Kosedale Cunningham Station Ky was keeply interested ai he owned a forth interest In Queen Mary and witnessed the race Senator Cunningham owned Woodpecker the sire of Gray Eagle and vas offered at that race JO000 for Woodpecker and refused it Mr Campbell offered 12000 for Gray Eagle and it was refused The horse Gray Eagle had a perfect picture of a gray eagle upon his near side The head of the eagle running up to the weathers One wing was spread up towards the neck the other wing extended back towards the hip and the claws and tail of the eagle were spread out and his eyes and neck could be plainly seen The ancestral home of Col John Can uinghan has a fine picture of Gray Eagle among others adorning his walls as hir family was noted for its fondness for greeii carpets and fine stock a x Unique Character Apropos of the celebrated race be tween Gray Eagle and Wagner in 1839 which the CLIMAX is now publishing serially we are informed that only erie- witnessot that struggle of giants is alive today and he is nov lying ill at Iris homo near Lexington Major B G Thomas former pro prietor of the famous Dixiana Stock Farm Is tho gentleman we refer to resides being a connoieeur in horse flesh Major Thomas is noted for time excellence of liis sellers In them lies rare old Jiourbon whisky as welt known as his horses He stocked his bins with bottles of the best more thirty years ago and that thnnI mains is said to be the choicest most valuable in America The Major presented a bottle of his precious fluid to Miss Harriet Richardson of Lexington some years asked that she sip it as cp much nectarI She promised to but when selected in 30 by Secretary Herbert to christen the Kentucky she announced that the prize bottle of whisky was to be broken over the vessels bowrn1is made Major Thomas furious and he wrote Miss Richardson that iris whisky was fat too good to be wasted on any craft that over salted tho waters Mips Christine Bradley however was substituted for Miss Ilichanlgon and th desecration was not performed Major Thomas is a uuiqno and in teresting character with many fascinat big reminiscences of antebellum days We sincerely trust he will recover from his present Illness and that runny triune days will lie graated Lhu r 4L tp11I r J 1111111 3 Yf MONEY At Opera Moose This Week The Columbia Comic Opeia Company will be the attraction at the Opera House for three nighu and Saturday matinee commencing Thursday Janu ary 17 presenting ft repertoire of comic operas This Company consists of thirty people including a powerful a d well trained chorus of pretty girls The costumes are said to be magnificent both as to design and colors Tha ast is composed of recognized artists including Miss Carlotta Gilman the famous prima donna who was the leading singer of America at the Auditorium at Chicago during tho Worlds Fair On Thursday night they will ting Anilrans f nlOUd comic opera JiLa Mascotte which is conceded to lie one of the funniest opeias before the American public There are three comedians with this attraction and they keep the audience convulsed wili laughter from the rise until the fall of the curlniti A great frature with this company is Aiiss Gertie Holt tho famous whistler who will positively appear Monday night Also Mr Jack Leslie the great eccentric dancer In nil the lare cities comic opera is tliu inost fafihiunalile amusement und U appreciated by all the lovers of light music and wholesome comedy and no grtetedbyment in our city The night prices are Orer floor 35 anti 50 cents balcony 25 centfl and children under 15 years of ago 15 cents Tho Saturday matinee children 15 cents adults 25 cents Ht9fJdPr lPiffD Do not gripe nor Irritate the alimentary canal They act gently yet promptly cleanse effectually said Glue ffIomorilSold by all druggists 25 cents The man you go around calling a crank is generally a lot too busy to botherwith telling what lie thinks of you Quality such not quantity makes De Witts Littlo Early Itisers such valuable little liver pills Perry Thomas A kiss is as good as a smile When n boy turns his bulging pocket inside out we iniirved at thin quantity and variety of articles he Inns stoned away Old length of string marbles a liureecliestmit a top brass nails hickorynuts an apple and many mor articles are garnered b the snapper up of uncousidered trifles We think tire collection must be Iran on A boys pocket And it is Hut do weever think ot tIne variety and mis ftllany of the substances we put into the pocket of our stomach Theres tho apple and the nuts and things be subs quiteas indlgestlbleas brass nails and with no more food than so ninny marbles And yet we wonder that the stomach gives otttWhenlt- he stomach breaks down under tire strain of careless eating aud irregular meals It can be perfectly and perma nently restored to health and Rtrnngth hy tine use of Doctor Pierces n Mcdical Discovery Tine action of tills medicine on the stomach anti other or Wins of digestion and nutrition iJIo marked tlmt teliof from disease is Jit once experienced anti tine headaches liver troubles kidney disorders skin eruptions and other symptoms of dlsen stomach are cured Whenever the use of a laxative medicine is indicated use Dr Pierces Pleasant 1e1let act in hannonv with the Diseoverytand assist its action by purging thq of foul nc cumulations The more woman understands men the more good Jtime she spends in the kitchen Such little pills as DeWitta Little Early Kis f8 are very oaeUy taken and irJdeaMilT S8 Ii r Ji J eo k T k 1J J7 J7c 17 GOODBYE SALE J TO ALL T- HEINTtIIR1 t AT THE BUst B CASH STORtI 1 he story in a nutshellInstesdof having a closing out sale in February we put February prices on now when winter goods are selling7when there are yet ahead 2 or 3 months of serviced ALL THE WINTER GOODS In the entire establishment have been marked down to make the last few weeks before the holidays a fitting climax to the busiest year we have had in our 15 years career Big Slices Chopped Off Every Price At least 25000 worth of season ble merchandise already marked low falls beneath the cold calculating pencil of the inspector whose instructions were to reduce the selling cost of every Winter Garment Fabric and thing to a point where the people will eagerly take it to a notch where there can be no doubt concerning its decided bargain character and he accomplished his task so well that our managers fell Glum but the result of his untiring work is that we present to you the most prodigious aggregation of astonishing t moneysaving propositions ever offered by any store in Richmond We gladly take the losses InThe Avalanche of Bargains bought overladen manufactur s f ers wholesalers warehouse men mills factories at decisive reductions from the regular market prices are massed ClothingSilksHats Laces and Carpets Trunks etc without peer or precedent We invite you cordially to take of tie low cut prices wo are making on all lines of goods to close our years business and thanking for to meet a continuance of same in the future we are very rpspectfullyI w WfB OLUHAM COMPANY IF WE PLEASE YOU TELL OTHERS IF NOT TELL US The merited reputation for curing piles sores and skin diseases acquired by DeWilts Witch hazel Salve has ed to making of worthless counterfeits lie sure to get only DeWitts Salve Perry Thomas Before a woman gets through trying to find out how much her last Christ mas presents cost she Inns begun saving up to buy them for the nextyear Many an innocent little darling Is suffering untold agony rind cannot explain its troubles Mark you childs symptoms you may find it troubled with worms give it While rea111 Ver mifuge and restore it to quietness such health Price 25 rents Perry and 1 homos 2janhn Otto of these days some woman will get herself arrested for stealing for her church The most soothing healing and nn DeIWiltsat once arid cures piles sores eczema such skin diseases Beware of Imitations Perry Thomas Every man who has got over being a fool perfectly willing toadmlt that housed to be one DBVITT IA PEPSIN SYKUP Co Gtnt81 cannot recommend Dr Caldwells Svrnp IVpsitr too high It has been a great benefit to me Very truly RAY UUOKIKY Sold by druggist Cjinlm Lots of men would get married quicker if it wasnt forhavingto take a wedding trip a Tablers Buckeye Pile OIntraent is for blind bleeding or protruding piles indorsed by physic lana cures tine most obstinate casts Price 50 rent in bottles Tubes 75 cents Perry Thomas 2janlm Some men would drop lead of heart disease if you shot them in the back with n poached ego To WUOM It obI Concern We wish to notify tho citizens of this county that wo have secured the agency for DrCaldwells Sunup Iepsln the graat cure for constipation Indlges hall sick headache and stomach trout ble and guarantee it to do art reCOin mended keep the best drugs on hand and solicit a call prom ising the very best of everything Youre truly Druggists Ojanlm As soon asyoncatch up with a woman she turns around BOlt pretends she was going the other way Wince threatened by pneumonia or any other lung trouble hrouhi Is necessary as it is dangerous todcliiy We would suggest that One Minnte Cough Cure be taken as soon as Indira litmus of hUXln taken cold are noticed Ittures quickly and Its earlvhse pre vents consumption Perry Thomas As soon as a man looks like he is miserable he gets a lots of sympathy that makes him feel worse AIl 7 Kils i aa UN erwjr box ct tlM fr sasir M ss a s i i reotF1Y 1 Ueconsidrreil A Torwka utah lost a small foal eel out nf Iris ring and went to the jeweler to have it replaced Returning honm he found the lost set and putting it ill his mouth for safe keeping hurried Lack to the joweler to have that set used instead of the new opal Rushing into time store he said Say 1vn found tine old set so dont use that new one lie attempted to remove the clone from lila month gave a gulp looked sleeopisli andsail I guess youll have to use the new stoneThat man needed a of D Caldwfclls Syrup PEp ill Sold by druggist Ijanlm Whenever you see a girl at a party that none of he men are talking to you can generally bet she knows how to bake good bread Your Best York Cannot bo done unless yOu have good health Yon cannot Imve good health without pure blond You may mayo pure blood by taking Hoods Saran parilla now You cannot realize thin Kood it will do you until you try IL Begin taking It today ami see how quickly it will give von an appetite strength and vigor and cure your rheu matism catarrh or scrofula All liver ills are cured by Hoods Pills 25 cents Revolution is the lava of civiliza tion Victor Hugo Pepsin preparations often fail to relieve indigestion because they can di gest only albuminous foods There is one preparation that digests all classes of food and that is Kodol DyspepfU Cure It cures the worst cases of huh gestion and dyes instant relief for it digests what you cat Perry Thomas Hypocrisy is the necessary burden of villiany Johnson In pulmonary trouble the direct ar trOll of Cou suns Honey of Tar upon tine throat chest antI lungs immediate Iv arrest tine maiatlyby relieving the distress tine plegin ntmd freeint the vecat and breathing organs Price 25 and 50 cents Perry and Thomas ijan 1m The optimist always believes Hint the best years of his life are those he has yet to live Dr Calctweila yrtip Pepsin coo vlnces you of Its merit the first doen you take Sold by druggist Jijanlm You goldourdampcn n mnna ardor by inviting him to take a drink This season tbere is a urvo death ronrntllllUllsave tho littlb ones from those terrible tlnacases We know Clfnolhinlrlll cr11lInto 0 instant relief aKOun Minute nplll1illbled of adults Pleasant to take Perry and Thomas Tommy i Pop wlittlH the greatest force In local politics Tommy PoptJho pnlico fnrvo myson ptrftOnR who load a life of exposure are subject to rhpninatlbtw rwuralg- laai lutnbaeo will find a val Hblerem fovltt Hxllardn Stmw LlHiHwHt i will lmafehpajtu aint cnhdne Jnflxni Hiatlmi Pri sa emit O cents lVrrj ThomM 2jta 1m 0 t i i iN iiIt i t L t r New Merchandise bright and fresh for cashIfrom and Embroideries advantage rlL- aiatiye MQwMW bottle Tin worst alter effects of influenza arise from deranged functions of the livor Clear the blood at once with Herblne fr it will strengtiien the liver to withdraw from circulation tine biliarv poisons Price60cent Perry anti Thomas 2janlin During the first year of the new century wn should look out for No1 Scrofula in the blood shows itself sooner or later in swellingR sores eruptions hunt llouda Sarsaparilla completely cures It it Indiscretion and wickedness lie it known are first cousins LEnclos Persons who suffer from indigestion can no expect to live loner becHiipe they cannot tine food required to nonriuli the body and ihe proiIucU of the undi uestPd foods they do eat poison tine blood It Is important to cure indiges tion as soon as possible and the best mothod of doing th s is to use the lIre DysoepsiaCune perfecthealth Tine more a man knows the less he knows he knows Khenuiallsm DiSf3SejCurfd It is the deeppeatPd obstinate eases of catarrh rheumatism that B H II Uotntilc mood balm cures If doctors sprays liniments nipdiiated air blood purifiers have failed Iilt Bdraiuus out the specific poison in the blood that cauee rheumatifiiii or catarrh making a perfect cure It you have palnn or aches in buries Joints or hack swollen glands tainted breath noises in tine head discharges of mucuousnlceration easilytiredmakintr the 11TrllllRLOOI JIALSI CO Atlanta Ga Doscribo trouble and free medical nd vice given 2 Yon cant always judge of a dress by the woman ih it TO OUBB A COLD IN OITS DAY Take laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists remind the money if It siguatureis What Yea Eat Is intended to nourish and sustain tin but it must be digested andnssiuii lated before It can do this In other words the nourishment contained in food must be separated by time dige the organs from the waste mateiiala and must he carried by tine blood to nilparts of till body We believe the riiiHon fur tine great benefit which so t many peoplederire from HoodsSarsa t parilla lies in the fact that this medicine Jive good diJestion and rich blood It restores the functionIof those organs which convert neil into nourishment that gives strength to nerves and muscles It also entree dyspepsia scrofula alt rheum boils sores pimples and eruptlotiFcatarrl rheumatism and all diseases that have their origin in the blood pjanlm Men judge women by their morals women judge men by their lack of them Coughs and colds come uninvitedbut you can quickly get rid of them with a lew doses of Coussens Honey of Iar Price 25 and 50 cents Ivrry and Thomas Sjaiiliu A Welsh rarebit is a lot like babies it looks hotter limn it tastes Tetter SatRlicuin and Kczcma The intense itchingand smarting Inch allayedbykin Ointment Manyvery bad rues have been permanently cured by it It is efficient for itching piles and a favorite remedy for sore nipples chapped hands chilblains bites and chronic sore eyes 25 eta per box arejust cI condition Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge They are not food but ahorseTents per package Wittily IraS are prolmbly mad t it punish thin women for pretending theyre not Stops tho Cough and Works orthe 1 I Laxative Itromo Cord Quinine Tablets cure a cold in one day No cnie uo pay Price 25 cents 1fw W I PILE 6 CURE r A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHEBS HAVE TAILED Tusts BY MAtt 7 CtNTSr lorriEs 50 CENTS JtW FJMUNSilitfiliWK 1I1r Nil SfNef sTLII 1br mte by PERRY THQkAS Druggists 7 1 j 4 g IW ii 1 fJs i i4gS ia iiI t 7 t tr1h j f i l HARDWARE THE E Sove Question r In all its details is fully answered 4 t5t eby an inspection of our showing the jtJIIIf GREAT + PENINSULAR LINE Ietff AIR TIGHT RADIATOR t This will be STOVE MONTH Jwithus and we are going to offer such attractions fin that line as will repay anyone for the time de- votedr to looking through this Department We hue the EXCLUSIVE AGENCY for the Great Peninsular and t Estate Oak RHdlator the wo4 raDlonsln the world enjoying an Inter national reputation for the excellence of their constiuctlon and nrtietlofin Ih and we want everybody to familiarize themselves with the dlstlnctlnAmerit of their product We wisli to rail attention to the mncniflcent product be rlow which we have lately added to our line with a full line Jlt ft ECONOMIST RANGE 1lt I IlV t c 0 z 0U Iic 6a Jqh ECONOMIST RANGE t DOUGLAS S1MMONS1HA- RDWARE f STOVES FARMING IMPLEMENTS mchlly tt JeD i TI JeX 4 Tne Soutnern Mutud Inmtment CO OF LEXINGTON KY j rJmId Anyone desiring an investment yielding large returns during life this Company offers special advantages = SMITH BOWM7VN I SECRETARY LEXINGTON KY sins A T MILLION Local Agent Richmond Ky 0 i IIeI I I Xt 7ifJ ZZ77i7i7i777i7i7i7i7i7i7i7 i7 Call in and RENEW YOUR SUBSCRIPTION 4 DURABLE BEAUTY The Acorn AirTight Heaters is truly a durable We invite the to call and 4 jjjalsoi MQD Ranging in prices from 3 to 30 Dont fail to- get our prices on Tin Roofing and Guttering j Mr W D Buckley one of the best tinners in 9jPZc the State has charge of this department f We are sole agents for the celebrated Old9j rT1Hickory Wagon none better on the market In you need anything in the Tinware Stoves ig r Roofing or Furnishing line it will pay you to see t1 TAYLOR BROS MAIN ST RICHMOND KY thr1c L e rcy s Dr in Ee Tile Manufactured celebrated Waco ClayJst Prize at Centen nial Exhibition J 876 Prices 50 per cent lower than other factories Tile Drains je Is a permaneBt Inprovement I Inside Diameter Price per 1000 Price of Branches Approx Weight of of Tito c feet each Tile each 8 In S 10 OL1O cts lbs 4 aJO 15 00 fl 1 1 I860 11u a MOOr g 13 S = 35 === 20 10 100Io50 38 12 125 00110 U Price list F O B Cars at Factories He who causes a blade of grass to grow where none grew before is a true benefactor A well drained farm will cause you to be remembered lore favorably than a sky scraping marble shaft well ed land produces the largest and beat irtpand the bct lnvetment ptisjl1o ctory teb SHano t 8ATi0 i I0ttWACOI LADtt 1f1rXY1 I ART OF GOING TO BED Ridiculous Practices in Otherwise Well Ordered House holds Providence journal Ernest flartxl C I of Londnnthinks that at the end of 5QOO years very few of us understand the elementary principles of comfort and health and then treats what seems the not too complicated subject of going to bed The management of the bedroom and the art of going to bed would seem tobe very simple matters as to which some ra tional principles and comfortable and healthy customs might be expected to prevail Let us see if this is so Take the case of the ordinary well to do Englishman He leaves in the winter a warm well lighted and perhaps sumptu ously furnished room and he ascends through a cold stair case to a room of which the temperature is not determined and is very apt to be below 60 degrees In how few of our homes are the passages and staircases warmed by a base ment stove or base burner If he is thbughful and what is called selfindulgent he will have the room warmed by a coal fire or a gas stove This is however by no means a universal rule and is frequently reserved only for1 the heads of the establishment or for what are called delicate people The room is rarely well or conveniently lighted and the fittings commonly used are centuries behind our modern knowledge It is only here and there that hot and cold wetter are laid out or that the lighting can be without ef fort shifted from the dressing table to the bed head and con trolled from a convenint place near the bed The clothing is then removed and the unhappy person then puts on something which is called a nightgown a sort of linen or cotton sack with sleeves which leaves the lower limbs and feet more or less uncov ered and at once make a man an uncomfortable and ridiculous object It is the clothing of the primevalsavage If a ridiculous situation is needed for a farce it is commonly created by a night alarm at which the sleepers appear in this ridiculous guise at the bedroom doorThe bed is a ridiculous con trivance having the worse of all coverings linen sheetsthe foster mothers of rheumatism and the worst of all material for contact with the skin To counterbalance its defects and increases the miseries heavy superabundant mass of blan kets and quilts is imposed and to prevent any comfortable or free movement of the limbs those are tucked in around the edgesconstituting a huge set of swaddling clothes such as only savages now employ even for children The fire now is generally allowed to become extinct if ever lighted and those who have passed their day in warm rooms often spend the night in a chamber in which the temperature is not much above freezing point and to mitigate which a complete re clothing of the body is required The reasonable prac tice would require first that for the present hideous and ridiculous nightgown pajamas of various degrees of warmth or thinness should be provide ed The present bedstead IFSAN ILL OMEN Thinks the wife to have the wedding ring goisjtoSomething is happening That ring could hardly be pulled frojn the finger agoNowthin the fingers have grown And the fingers dont grow thin alone How thin plumpformhas been fading and wasting away The strength given to children has never been regained Drains which should have been neglectedThat with women unless some friend has shared with them the secret of the strengthening and healing power of Dr Tierces Favorite periodsdriesstrength heals inflammation and ulceration and curc female weakness It nukes the Dab advcstpractlcallypoiiisteNand gives vigor an to nursag mothers Word canribt tell bow gratefal I am for your kind adrice and good medicines writes Mrs John Cooler of Butiafs Northumberland Co Ontario I hue been In poor hultll for four years beck and this n got so bed I could not my work I went to the doctor and thelateryarorite riptlotl rtook fire bottles and NnM of the Golden ttMicat Dtacovery and ss4ypA Jt 0 PM1i 1 j f 4 KodolDyspepsia Digests what you eat artificially digests the food and aids Nature in strengthening and reconstructing the digestive or gans It is the latest discovered digest ant and tonic No other preparation can approach It in efficiency in stantly relieves and permanently cures Dyspepsia Indigestion Heartburn Flatulence Sour Stomach Nau el- SlclclleadacheOastralglaCrampsllnd all oth results of imperfect digestion PriccSOcjindtl IJareosIzecontalnsZH times small size Boo all about dyspepsia mulled free Prepared by E C DeWITT A CO Cblcaso For sale by Perry Thomas and bedclothing should be al together discarded and two light eider downs like the In dian resai or the Japanese futon should be worn of a texture suited to the occasion The room should be kept at a temperature which never falls below GO degrees and in an other part of it should be placed a long deck chair with cushions to which if the sleeper grows restless he can easily transfef 0 himself and repose at any angle That is how to go to bed rationally healthily prepared for the emergencies of the night weather of leeplessness or household accident A MUCH APPRECIATED CALENDAR Isnt it pretty is the universal remark of ladies when they pick up one of Hoods Sarsaparilla Calendars for 1901 Messrs C I Hood Coare as enterprising as ever and as usual their household Calendar for the opening year of the 20th century portrays the likeness of a little girl with flowing hair pink cheeks and bright eyes which with the posture of the child fullybears out the title of the picture Patience The Calendar pad is larger than usual and besides the valuable information given on the monthly sheets has adver tising and coupon slips inter sperced The demand for these Calendars has necessi tated the issuing of a Jarge edition which caused the commencing of work on them early in September the last orders not being filled until within a few days of the new year Druggists generally can supply you with these Calendars or a copy can be obtained by sending Gcents in stamps to C I Hood Co Lowell Mass E G Siggers Patent Law yer Washington D Owhose ad appears in our columns was for fourteen years late a member of C A Snow Co He publishes a valuable copy righted book entitled How to Obtain Patest Caveat Trade Mark and Copyright Protection with decisions in Lead ing Patest Cases A coPy will be sent free to any address Plants and animals trans ported to climates differing widely from that under which they have grown for a long time slowly but surely change their habits to conform to en vironments That is why the finest wooled sheep cannot be grown in warm climates Where the weather is mild sheep have no use for dense masses of fine clothing and gradually discard such for short and straggling hair Texas Farm and Ranch After fifteen months of fighting the Boers are not measurably worse off than they were at the beginning of the war Expert observers say that they can keep up this sort of indefinitely The- questiOJf is how much longer will it be before Great Britian is tired out We are not sure whether De Wet has just been sur rounded and is unable to es cape or whether he has just captured a fresh supply of Britishers These two oc currences alternate so rapid Is that ib is hard to keep up with them Possibly McKihley who will not need negro votes in 1904 will refrain from appointing negroes to office in the South to win the support of that race in the North If so his election will not be without its compensations Why doesnt Mark Hanna follow suit and start a paper to point out the beauties of ship subsidies Paradoxical as itmay seem if Turkey had fewer creditors she would be a good deal poor win pocket 1 ioboooo auoe uporttakpf s rlrrra1 rsi t Secretary Rqpt has declined to submit the Lawshe report on the Cuban frauds to the scrutiny of the Senate The Lawshe report is understood to involve a number of high government officers in the Rathbone and other derelic tions of duty in Cuba and it would not do to publish it What a pity it is for Great Britain thafthe recently dis covered diamond mines of New Mexico belong to the United States instead of to some small power that could be plundered But thenafter all Great Britain has as much on her hands as she can at tend to at present Administrationprophets are declaring that if the Supreme Court decides against it in the colony cases it will be re constituted so that it will re verese itselfon rehearing Be not too sure that this is mere talk brethren Remember the income tax decision There are a good many Re publican editors who areoppos ing the subsidy bill but most of them come to terms when the party lash is applied just as they did in the case of plain duty is regard to Porto Rico If the spirits in beer were taxed at the same rate that the same amount is taxed in whiskey a keg of beer would pay over 3 duty Why should spirits pay less in the form of beer than in anyother form The mosquito fleet which has just sailed from New York for Manila is really composed of larger vessels than those with which Colum bus discovered America The world has moved since then In view of recent events if Lord Roberts does not grow sick of the welcome extended to him by the British he will show that he is much less sensible man than the world has considered him Before we began to jubilate over the proposed purchase of the Danish West Indieswe had better inquire whether or not the Standard Oil Company is to geta slice of the price this time or not A Yew Year woman who had her stockings ruined by the bursting of a defective city hose wants the city to pay for them This is going to the bottom of the matter The Taft commission it is understoodis considering the advisability of modifying its prophecy of peace in sixty days so as to read Before the end of the century The canal bill is dead for this Congress at least and so another year has been gained by the transcontinental railway combine that has been fighting it for years If that Omaha reward con tinues to grow it wont be long until all the police in the country lay asidetheir cray ings for turkey and begin to hunt for Crowe General Alger and MrBooz may both cause some trouble for the other fellows but the chances are that they will both be sorry they began before they finish Fitzhugh Lee is considered in Washington to have been somewhat hasty in making public his privateviews in re gard to Cuba But that is Fitzs way Naturally politicians study the ins and outs of politics But they prefer to experience the former and watch other people experiment with the latter Some of the unselfish business of the nineteenth century may well be allowed to remain in the pigeon holes until the beginning of the twentyfirst No amount of explanation will make up for the derelic tion of the young than who ratted in his Christmas gifts to his girl I There is already talk cf wireless telephones Some happy day we may have wire less politics IHIT eIWeB HMMv of ML ftMItroecy sadleasesMuoheMgiYM Igot and seas to ah us 4 a pwl If was k Ian n Ec of mood aeo ATTENTQs E ++ r + 1 f To Our Pretty J i WALL PAPER I If + t++ tdesire to call your attention CYJE the fact that as this is the of a new year as well as the 20th Century that we are en 1ALL progressloPAPER Ii J e1 DECORATITE GOODS tJ So this season we will be able to show and furnish you any and all of deslgostto the finest and most elbaorate de signs And feel confident we tan tidy wants in this line We wiflatsofurnish Wall Moulding to match any shade o5 Wall Paper you may select and will cheerfnlly fur nlsh estimates on work in this line Free of Charge tJ We respecttulIy inviteyou to call at our Drug Store on Main Street and see onr wall paper and get our prices before buying as we can save you money and we will take pIcas ure In waiting upon you and your wants Our prices are the lowe t Thanking you in advance we are Yours respectfully I PERRY THOMAS J Coc75 tJ u 8 atroio Hom Insurin e Insure your dwellings barns and other prop erty In the BLUE GRASS INSURANCE COM RAW of Lexington Ky a homo 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 membcrof 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 toFar further particulars call on L P ADAMS Ageut and Collector office In courthouse with the County Judge Bichmond Ky may24ly To get a really good cup of coffee youll have to start back of the actual making youll have to look to the roasting and the grinding In ARBUCKLES you have a coffee thats scientifically roasted and delivered to you withalltheporcsofthebetTyhermetically sure of a good cup of coffee because all the coffee Savor and aroma are kept intact until you want it The fame of ARBUCKLES induced other coffee packers to put Thcrimitations and you a cent a pound less than ARBUCKLES But dont be tempted to buy a package of some other coffee when you can get ArbucklesRoasted Coffee for it is actually less expensive than the cheap kind goes furtherbesides being better flavored more satisfying You will find a list of ieM articles in each package cf Aibociles Coffee A definite part of one of these articles becomes yana when you buy the coffee The one you select from the list will fie sent you on condition that you send to our Notion Department a certain number of signatures cut from the wxappas ARBUCKLE BROS Notion DepL New York Ory NY fe Removed J To BOURNE Corner IJItroom for X Spring Summer A Stock I will make tJI25 00 Suit for2000 28 00 22 60 80 00 25 00 32 00u 2761 3500 8000 All of our higher priced goods at a IncludingIlat ABOUT COST to Inspect our lineJTrouferlng We make a great reor duction In this line j t Guaranteed Perfect + Pita4Dest Work pA+ + + + + ++ ++++ ++C S STOUT 3H THE TAILO- RPRODUCE 8 Having closed out my stock Groceries I will now de vote entire time to the Producee ofc Business Will PoultryEggs in Richmond It will certainly prove profitable to you to get my prices be thingin A b GOTTN- ear L N Depot RIOHaiONDKY octlOtf REPAIRING AND TIMKINO FINE WATOltKS A SPECIALTY LL ELANE J Jca e All York Guaranteed Main Stre- etmcHNp KY 44 f iLiIiGT NvBTMENT VU1 In ifdI AfePays You 300 for Every NMX Dollar Invested o III JtIeco t Branch office front room I over Jopliiis furniture store + L P TODD MRL m J s or oNJ= I 7 DRY GOODS 1t tt i ELDERS BARGAIN STORE fr4 Our Stock is complete in every Department 4e jWe are showing the largest line ofs CLOAKS CAPES COLLARETTES competitionspE4 DONT FAIL TO INSPECT OUR icOloig Boots oes Hats ana ap- c I 3OURPRICESARERIGHTOUR if1t 1v Is in full blast You are requested to inspect our stock New shapes handsomely trim med strikingly effectiye and unequaled for- quality style and prlceWeguarantee lJ perfect satisfaction in every particular L IVshowingZ inspectionIzCvwCork Screws Sets Cigar Cases Set Collar Sutton lets JIer dozen FllesZ5landOcta12inch Ucla 36inch Hand Saws iOcts upJet1Y DoverEgg Beaters 9cts Plate Handles Sets actaJlrt1y 12 White Swiss Ties Sets Tin Bucket and Shovel 6 ts Cocoanut Grater 4cts OctYPencils 123j and Sets tiSLead Brass Easels lOcts Knives 5 20 and ZScta Knives lOcts Can OpenersOcta Little Gem Dime Banks lOcts Set of Pony a b c Blocks lOcts Curling Irons 3 to Sets Bird Care Springs Sets Screw Rook lets per dozen Razor lOct- sTracing Wheels Sets iI Trunk Locks beta 8Inch Drawing Knife 21 cIa npY per dozen Pins tc per paper npCake Powder10eSRubber Rattles Wets Tea BenlOets- Notmelr Graters le Colt and Rat Hooks IScts per doz lIeuEjRod lOcts 2 Blade Mincing Knives lOcts Shaving Brushes 15 20 and 2Sc dozen Wax Tapers for lighting Sc Cottage Barometer and Theomomet t sri combined Ucla f It2 Respectfully toCuhTradee Submitted DRESS GOODS 1j Picture Hooki J cU per dozen Tack Pullers Sets Tack Hammers Sand Wet a JvShinglingMagnecUc Tack llammjrs bet Shoe Brushes lOctnup upOsborneShears 5 781015 and 5ctllLeather Back lIons 30 Sheets of Note Paper good Itt SetsHandWall Mirrors 10 15025 SLId gWire Broilers Seta npTinTln DlppersBcts Granite Wash Pans beta We have an assortment of Tinware and Graniteware Be sure andlsee Swansdown Whittlng white and otfDoggyComb of all kinds- Handkerchiefs leap3 Tin PintCups Sets Be sure and ask for McCaUs Patterns l Tea Strainers Sets upNiceflnerlLlnebOctstiJ of 2 doz l pairGoldPaperettes a 15ZO and Wets A popular l Whisk Brooms 8 and lOcts npSterlingCoffee Pots 9c Dust Pan 9c Picture Frames all styles from a Photo 5x7 Frame to a large lIz lJDottieBrass Headed Tacks Sets Shoe Polish all kinds Sets 1JnkMucilage 4cts Dolls Sets up E V ELDER t4 RICHMOND KY sUvEsYfiiNs1ii iILJ 1 HOME COMFORT L DEPENDS ON IlTHE FURNITUREi 1j We are receiving new goods every pleaselDFj 8 8- siime ana most rasticu ous taste we want you to fj I see them We know you will Fr 1admire and pronounce this stockf 11 th j 3Housea It iSnrjrfet short tune until Christmas and we will endeavor to have a Stock from which all may seIectc Leather Couches Nice RockersFZDressing Tables iJDesksiI Chairs c We have a complete line oLc- L1J ++ ++ +++ ++++ + ++++ + ++++ + + ++ + + + 4 Sldwr6 + I +4+ + + + + ++44 +++ ++ + 4++4 ++++ ++ +++4+++ + + ++ 1 And can interest you in that line FratsMS madk to order ort short noticeajj m= t Kqu fal+ teII We carry nothing fcut goods that guarantee ow UCIIr13Ja w SIOLDKAM 1iccj T 1NEISTLt knit JDayJione 76 Night 136