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UL ITii m 514bL-zo ioL i ci r 17+ c c c = c n 1 = 1 1l r i Tt E Rc ICHMOND CLIMAX tS Ltf l- f J ryr t i JJ a VOLiIMEhj Jt viI ii RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JANUARY 23 1901 r PROFESSION CARDS A9aTAo- ncEYATAw R E ROBERTS RICHMOND SNTIJCKY over CUmnxOnico with Jot B Mc- Creary Second Si met RW MILLER ArORN1YA4W jRICHMOND KBMTOCKT Offlce In the Burnam Building next door to rmert National Bank febSly A SUJiJrv AJ ATTOBXRYAtLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office over State Hank trust Co op posite Court lionise oH MainStreet i0 D M OHENADLT ATTORNEYS ATLAWi RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen nits grocery W R LETCHER 11- AtornfratLaWKESTUCKY RICHMOND Office with T JStnith Jjr over Covington Mitchell JiOOTJTLOT ATTO RN KVATLAWBI- CHMOSD KENTUCKY rOfflce In Prather Bntlding Main Street PHYSICIANS DRS GIBSON GiBSON PHYSICIANS AND SURQKOZjj RICHMOND t ENIEKV N OthceIuihToeCclinsbnildingiS and poSec end Street o et Vnue old CHAS CIIOOKER VETERINARY SURGEON Graduate Oittario 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Loulme LGtBctlHl MI IrrolaMM Loulav IIc1II- UJ1a ckUr Bstweei VewkllJe a Bd Cieorf et wn MMX sad lidally K6i Iiad68aaDyexceptSu y between Versaltle Nlohqlaarlll X1 tpadiMid Irvl d Sunday tDtlyeePt SdFOO1ertwi1i YA3iJ1ii IiIVQM J xThveiT iwuirD- 1 W a WAvstLPA WXLTAYsAGPA- Wasiws 11 Llmu HISTORIC RiCE BETWEENGRAY EAGLE L ANQ WAJiER THRILtING ACCOUNTOF FAMOUS CON TEST AT LOUISVILLE IN 1339 Leflealdec3 19001 FWDPrtein d from KAGR Inetweek IS 1lr being In Tndtion and nearly in line the President gave the word Go and tap ped the drum Gray Eagle was the lastoff white Wagner went away like a quarter horse with Queen Mary well up second they vere taken in hand at once wbrchallowed Hawk Eye to take the place of tIieQCfeen on the backstretch and at the threequarter mile post Wagner allowed him to take the track Hawk Eyev led to the stand at a moderate pace Wagnei second and Queen Miry third both of them were pulling to Gray Eagle at w1os head Welsh was tugging with might and main Hawk Eye carried on the running for aboiit half a mile further until Good ng bid Cato go along The pace men ed atoncei Wagner wentup toHawkEjre and might have cut him down in half a dozen strides but the Queen was laying back and Gray Eagle hicinot yet made a stroke Wagner came first to the stand audjit the turn Cato having held up hiswhip as a signal to a crowdof rub bersand boys on Garrisons stable that the old sorrel stud was just goingright they gave him a cheer at which Wagner broke loose and made a spreadeagle of the field in Sip time The other jocks were not a little startled thisxlemonstration of Wagners speed and each called on his nag so that opposite the Oakland House near tIle thre qiartei niThpost the field closed Stephen here let out the phenomenon he so gracefully bestrode and like awin bullets the gallant Gray Eagle and Wagner came out of the melee At the head of the quarter stretch Stephen was told to pull him steady so that before Wagner reach ed the stand Queen Mary had changed places with Gray Eagle notwithstanding her saddle had slipped on her withers Hawk Eye was al ready in difficulty and for him the pace was getting no better very fast Gray Eagle set to work in earnest on en tering the back stretch first outfooting the Queen and then challenging Wagner From the Oakland House to the head of the quarter stretch the ground is descending and from thence up the straight run to the stand distance of perhaps six hundred yards it is ascending At thehalf mile post Cato called upon Wagner and the critical moment having arrived Stephen collared him with the Gray on the outside For three hundred yards the pace was tremend ous Grey Eagle once got his head and neck in front anda tremendous shut was sent up but Wagner threw him off so farm going round the last turn that half rway up the Pretty ChildrfnWe hats three children Before the MrtJi 6 tfie lastone my wife used four tot tls of MOTHERS FRIEND If you had the olct res of our children you could seal a gance that thelast one Is healthiest prettiest rnd finestlooking oftheni all My wife thinks Mothers Friend is the greatest aad grandest remedy Ja the world for expect rant mothers VrlttcnbyaKcn tHCkyAttorncyat LAW mOTHERS ninetenths ot the fRIEDprevents Incident to child Thecolning mother disposItIon and temper remain ttnrulfle throughout the ordeal because this relax lag penetrating liniment relieves th usual distress A oodnatMred BMthe Is pretty sure to have a goodnatured cfclU UK patient Is kept In a strong fcealtli condition whlck tfce cfclld also Inherits Mothers Frleadlakcs wife thrwigh tt crfete qiIcky and almwt jiatolesftly I assists la rapid recorery afi4 wart W tte dangers that so often follow de tier- ySo1dy4ieri rbe4th s MADFtUIOIJLAT CO r r A a r CIHNI MC 4tIs 1 05 f stretch Mr Burbridge or dered him to be pulled up and Wagner won cleverly Queen Mary dropping just within her distance 150 yards Hawk Eye was nowhere Time 748 X The disappoint 1 t and mortification was so great that for thefirsttwenty mine utes after the heat Queen Mary was freely backed against Gray Eagle while so far as Wagner was concerned- it was considered a dead open and shut Before the forty minutes had elapsed however a reaction took place in favor of Gray Eagle Not a Kentuckian on the ground laid a dollar on Wagner Prqm the first the very few individuals who were disposed to back him on ac count of his blood his form his performances and his condition had not staked a dollar their jtulgmentprompt ed them to back the Southern champion but they would not bet against Kentucky Talk of State pride in South Carc lina Why the Kentuckians have lino re of it than the citi zens of all the States in the Confederacy put together They not only believe Ken tticky to be the Eden of the worldand the garden of the Union but their own favorite county to be the asparagus bed of the State And they have good reason Kentucky- is a glorious State The talent and chivalry of her sons are in keeping with the intel ligence and peerless beauty of her daughters and well may they be proud of her and each other But tojtiie horses Allcooled off wep but more especially Grey TSaglej who appeared not to mind the run a jot They got as Clinton remarked a capital scrape out of imt and he wasras fine as silkin good order fora bruising heat He extended himself with a degree of ease in the second heat andhltngedhi s action in a mannerthat convinced us that the sweat had relieved him Wagner who resembles Bos ton in many other respects showed all that placidity and calmness of look and motion which characterize the old Whitenose Great odds were offered on him for the race but only small amounts were staked Grey Eagles noble bearing and gamecock lookas he came up to the contest in a second heat for the meed of honor and applause was the thente of universal admirat- iOn so much so indeed that- acargo of laces gloves bijou terie etc must have been required to pay the wagers in the ladies pavilion Second HeatThe tap of the drum sent them away witha beaitifulstart Wagner leadingoff withasteady busi nesslike stride while Grey Eagle as full of game as beauty waited upon him closeup It was jnstantly evident that Mr Burbridge had changed his tactics the moment Stephen got Grey Eagle into straight work on the back side he made a play for the track and after a terrific burst of speed for one and fifty yards he came in front keeping up his stroke he soonafter made a gap of four lengths and though Wag ncr drew upon him a little in coming up the rising grouiid toward the stand yet he passed it far enough in advance to warrant the warm and hearty plaudits of his friends As if inspired by the ckeeEsof the Crowd and the tokens of unalloyed grati fication exhibited y the gal axy of radiant beauty in the stand Grey Eagle kept up his murderous rate through out the entire second mile Wagner lay close up and there was no faltering no flinching no giving back on the part of either The stride was over twentytwo feet per fectly steady strong and regular with no dwelling no floundering no laboring Grey Eagle made the running tc beyond the halfmile post on i the third nile and the pace seemed too good to l tbuf there were links yet tit be let out Froni this point the twc erackyncle a intchpf it E which Queen Mar Ji drnlitj Betting Thin-s all right ifyou are too fat andall wrong if too thin already Fat enough for your habit is healthy a little more or less is no great harm Too fat consult a doctor too thin persistently thino matter what cause take Scotts Emulsion of Cod Liver OH There are many causes of get ting too thin they allcome under these two heads over work and underdigestion Stop overwork if you can but whether you can or not take Scotts Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil to balance yourself with your work You cant live on ittruebut by it you can Theres a limit however youll pay for it Scotts Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil is the readiest cure for cant eat unless it comes of your doing no workyou cant long be well and strongwithout some sort of activity The genuine has this picture on it take no other If have not tried it send for free sample ItSa greeable taste will surprise you SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409 Pearl Street New York 50c and 1OO all druggists tie apparent concern as if out of the race Near the Oak land House Wagner set to work to do or die Rowel him up shouted his owner to Cato while Garrison at the head of the quarterstretch was waving his hat to him to come on The rally that en sued down the descent to the turn was desperate but Wag ner could not gain an inch as they swung round into the quarter stretch they were lapped spur your proud coursers hard and ride in bloodWEre the orders on this as they are described to have been on Bosworth field Both horses got a taste of steel and catgut as they came up the ascent and on casting our eye along the cord extend ed across the course from the judges to the club stands Grey Eagle was the first un del it by a head and should ers at the turn Stephen maneuvered so as to press Wagner on the outside and soon after drew out in fronr looking so much like a winner that the crowd unable to repress an irresistible impulse sent up a cheer that made the welkin ring for miles around The group on Wagners stable again bid him go on but Cute calm as a summers morning was quietly biding his time he seemed to feel that Patience had won more dollars than Haste had cop pers and that there was but but a solitary chance of winning the race out of the lire Fully aware of the indomita ble game of the nonpareil under him he thought if he could bottle him up for a few hundred yards there was still another run to he got out of him He accordingly took a bracing pull on his horse and thou alonOoevery inch Wagner recovered his wind so as to come again at the head of the q alter stretch Stephen long ere this had become soexhausted as to be unable to give Grey Eagle the Support he requir ed he rode wide swerving considerably from a straight line and was frequently all abroad in his seat From the Oakland House home it was a terrible race By the utmost exertions Wagner got up neck and neck with the gallant Greyas they swung round the turnthequarter stretch The feelings of the assem bled thousands were wrought up to a pitch absolutely pain ful silence the most profound resigned over that vast as sembly as these noble animals sped on as if life and treath- called forth their utmost en ergies Both jockeys had i their whip hands at work and at every stroke eachspur with a desperate stab was buried to the rowel head GreyiEa k ft t first hun dred V1tclearlygain l s 0 jc iz ing but in another instant Wagner was even with him Both were out and doing their best It was anylyJdys race yeti Now Wagnernow Grey Eagle has the advantage It will be a deat heat See Grey Eagles got himno Wag ners ahead A mement ensuesthe shouthearts throbladies faihita thrillof emotion and the race is over Wagner wins by a neck in 744 the best race ever run south of the Potomac while Kentuckys gallant champion demonstrates his claim to that proud title by a performance which throws into the shade thmost brilliant ever made in his native State Summary Monday September 1839 Sweep sakes for all ages ilireeyearolds carried 80 pound 4 1U 5 110 I is 7 nUll upwards 4 p unJainare and geldings allowed SI pounds Ten subscribers at SOUU each h ft t which the proprietor added then ceipts of the stands Four mileheath Jas S Garrisons John Campbell eh h Wagner Sir Charles out ut Maria West by Marion 5 Years Cato 1 Oliver DiukeyV A LShotwells K c Grey Eagle by Woodpecker out of Ophe ia by Wild Medley years Stephen Welch 2 2 Capt Willa Vyiles cli f Queen Mary by Uertranddtiui by Brim mer 4 years 3 3 Bradley Steels ch c HawkEye by Sir lovell out of PressnreVi dam by Jenkins Sir William 4 3 ears ds Time 718744 To say that Wagner was better managed and better jockied in this race than Grey Eagle is to express the opin ion of every unprejudiced inl dividual who had the pleasure of witnessing it What might have been the result of the race we cannot pretend to say but we assert with per feet confidence our belief that with Gil Patrick on his back Grey Eagle would have won the second heat People differ in opinion luckily and were it not so we should be in a mess Had the managers of Grey Eagle been content to bide their time another tale might have been told Wait and win carries off more purse than take the track and keep it Grey Eagle could outfoot Wagner in a brush of a hundred and fifty yards he clearly demons trat ed that fact half a dozen times in the course of the week but in a run of five or six hun dred yards Wagner could beat him about the same dis tance The two horses were so nearly matched that good generalship and good riding did the business Instead of allowing him to go forward gut out the work Grey land should have been laid behind with a steady bracing pull within the dis tance stand and then pulled out and made to win if he could This was his only chance tiring downWagner- is like tiring downa locomo Live We must break off but not without remarking that after being weighed Cato was put up on Wagner and with the stakes in his hand 14000 he promenaded in front of the stand preceded by a baud of- music playing Old Virginia Never Tire In bringing our report of this memorable race to a conclusion we must not neglect to record the gratifying fact that notwith standing the immense throng of spectators on the ground and the peculiar excitement of the occasion not a solitary circumstance occurred calculated for a moment to inter rupt the harmony and general good feeling which prevailed on all hands The End Tliit IfaRln there Is n large death rate it in one children Irvin cruni and lunir troubles 1rnmpt action will snve thin little ones frinh those teirilile ilitOdstB WejMiow nothing M ctr tain to give inptnnl relief fiaOne illnulp uponbibles of adults Pleasant to take Perry and Thomas Even if the Omaha police cant catch the kidnappers they have proved themselves adepts at scaring Crowes The moriicl reputation for ciirHtR nles wires and skin dibeasea acquired oy DaWitts Witch Hazel Salve lies led to makitig of WorthlPsxcniiniorfnits Be sure to only DeWittB Salve Perry Thorn as Even if Christmas and New Year were green and not White we may congratulate ourselves that they werent blue ty 1lilIOt qii utliy mkM De tWittV M Jt Z rly Rioero HHKII vulnolj little Hvsr plllir wry kTh h II Iit J ji L THEj eoo FIT AVJ OPENS WITH A JIJI NEW STORE NEW 60011S WESTMAIN CenturyrQCOt tl- ef IAY G OQD NOTIN21 ee6 ea Our Stock has been carefully selected and will besold for CASH adhering to it will enable us to make popular prices on these Goods WeI f shall be pleased to greet the of Richmond and Madison County and give a cordial invitation to alto come and inspect our New Stock 4 l Metal thin Street Jt Ai I Id I 7117 7I 7 71 7f 7 I 7FQ 8o S fl aa 2 gg I S S are to remove in 30 days in order i1 to build to avoid our stock we have CUT THE ALL I1 have the stock of New g for VlftX Men ever Rich mond select what you r at ownIVX fl NTij We and TO and and Call and want your arid that to at The Oldest Clothier Tailor in Richmond Suits to measure and during this sale COST 7 7 F 71 7t 71 71 I1 5 Iz j T To BOURNE Corner J three doors below the f- J Post Office to make room fori S it Stock I will make JSuits for cash only at Jthe following low 8 prices tS2500 Suit for2O 00 e28X h 22 VI 2500 S2 00 27 50 JJ500 I 80 lOf14 tJAll of our higher priced goods at a lgreat reduction including our Overcoats which we will make at ABOUTI 0Cf4 J Dont fall to inspect our line Trouicr1mf We make a great re this line 4+ H + 4 + Guaranteed Perfect + J 4 FltIIl Best Work t4 raahlp to be Had 4- if 4+ +4+ H+ +++ +4 ++ ++4+ H S c j THE R3fjJ 4 I J BOOTJ11QLL HAT J jT y 0 Startingwith theCASHSYSTEMi gLAnd goodsbujers LEE SMITHA IMQ1 E KY 1jttt CLOTHING i1EAT CLOSING OUT lf1 compelled removing PRICES PIECES 3We largest Overcoats Underwear Boy openedin PRICE NUMB Latest styles in Mens Suits go for Everybody tifw STOUFFER cfitguaranteed AT 71 ffiI7r Removed Spring Summer tductlonll1 STOUT TAI- LQRiii BoytSuitsUnderwear ALMOST NOTHING Suits Suit VIGORMEI MAGNETIC HERVINE 2225TlallCysThe lWlt 1sdjeths CtLL PrLn PITTSBURG CENTRAL STOCK YARDSj EAST LIBERTY PA f- OFFER SUPERIOR ADVANTAGES to SHIPPFRS E Yards have been enlarged and rearranged vIt is thenearest point to the Eastern Market JII Best Distributing Point East of Indianapolis for Ball 1ll00tWashinrtonlPhiladelphif New Y rk and tlIEast ln- 4markets buyers always in attendance for expprt attle and all ottiikinds of stocks u t Qinjiignaents for Commission firms given romptl1t tcntKltle Prz IUMItnnltLtCfMrt1XSrY II1Y v t v yfQ j tIJ L7nEIRMt UOJUWf iJll i J = = nf = it I oj h r I r1 iII INf Vs I The Richmond Climax J O CHBNAULT Proprietor ManagerTH03 WEDNESDAY JAN 23 1001 rUHLiaHKUIVEKY WK1INICUIAY BT J The Climax Printing Co IKlCK PICK VBAllT 150 DEMOCRATIC TICKET r PO COCXTT jcpos NB TUBPIN oa COtHTIY ATTORSKY J TEVIS COBB Mli SUBIUFP JOHN F WAGERS Fog JAILKH I JAMES a LACKEY FOR OotfjtCLKBC JJ8SECOBI3 7POB KEPBE KXTATIT- BCBAS L SEAECY FOB SCHOOL eurEBINTEXDEXT J WAQEttS POB AssKsioa GEORGE NOLAND FOB BDBVETOB 8 F ROCK roacoaonzzi CLIFF SAMU- ELSANNOUNCEMENTS S ma CITY ATTOBHEY TALD1ITJ oftheWe are authorized to announce A C CityAttorneycratic party We are authorized to announce W R Attorneybiect Gov MOUNT is dead Inscrutable are the ways of providence past finding out is 11tH will of the Lord Though greatly abused and widely criticized for hia president hi the matter of requisi tion his days of usefulness wore many in the State that honored him lie was selfmade man and by perseverance And determination rosa from use rank and fibami earned his civic crown Vke deploro his demise Done retjHtrm ei SEET are the iifces of ailvem alLy ex litiin that precious pair of hoodlcrs Quay of Pennsylvania and Clark of Montana Wreathed in smiles of virtuous complacency are their dollar mark facen as they think of their trio umphant return to the Senate iroin which tluy were so recently ousted In fill Jiiite jmitit however they are liuolu frr their reelection is not so much vindication of their impeached honor as mi amazing exhibit of the pow er of Jj Lira and cent for their triumph hast iicitit it the unmistakable o ler of greeiiliafk agency However they are bulb j gil fellows and not it whit worte than a of he men who voted to Unseat lein Not nil the vtllians in the country aro in the penitentiary A great mat y live in Washington AnM ia Cuba the liiirhly in strurlue ar iuunt of the Spanish war by T Roosevelt KMJ was the first of a series of blatant egotism to be inflict ed upon a long snUVrinp public by time owlJ y littrateur Tlie uiimtI entitled Me ant Mac sitilii forth iu un iiistuUaJo clarity hit ollIon that he is It amid time 1iutiideiit an also ran is to he shortly followed by a sketch entitled Nimrod the Second which shall put tb shame the Biblical tradition of the might of the original hunter Bo it known that desiring a new fluid of operation in the interim previous to the assumption of time responsibilities of Senatorial leadership and scorning time mediocre persuit of time beasts of tho field and the fowls of the air the mighty Theodore deciding Inat the only game lie could slay without loss of dignity was the king of the tribe line forthwith set forth iu search of the mountain lion He is now in the heart of the Rockies daily performing feats of valor with the strength of his single arm of which he will duly give us a full account on his return to civilized Gotham Like Don Quixote of classic renown ho is charging every timing in sight The wind mills of that region had better lay low n L r8rowerLOJ LEXINGTON Ky OUR CASK a e o IJ1rQc u t59 SALE WILL CON TINUEUNTILFEBRUARY t p- C1FoerCo11 MA1- UI ir J PONCE DE LEOJC lived a few centuries too soon This bpaniah gallant lived and died In a vain persuit of time elixir of life and the fabled fountain of youth He searched in divers anti sundry strange localities beneath torrid skies lint what proved ever a mirage to him has been discovered by modem perfec Lion of science Salt common table salt sodium chloride etc etc is now proved to be the means of the prolongation of life Dying men are kept all veand dead men restored to life by ita salubrious effects The age of miracles is not past Let the lame the halt and time maimed rmjohcetbe day of emancipation is at hand INDIANA isatsassiety State now Quotations on time great common pea plearo under the weather With the election of a new Governor the old farmer recline a la Jfount has been relegated to the back woods Durbins Inauguration last week was the event of the season in social circles In pomp and style it closed up on tho BradleyMartin ball put it in a pocket and outof the running The rural dis tricts were not represented nor ras the common herd there Youve got to put on circus style to be in it there now Ordinary everyday people dont count Everybody under eighteen karats is thrown out Gov FINQBEE retiringExecutive of Michigan is amighty goodhearted man During Ills last days in office ho dispensed pardons to convicts with a liberality that made the Good Samaritan look like a cheap criminal In time month of December alone he loosed the fetters from 1J9 dwellers in iniquity And what consideration did the kindly Governor use Entirely overlooking the lesser fry whose oflerices were small and whose sentences were light he devoted his attention to free ing all the notorious crooks aud crimi oak murderers and cut throats im jirisoned within tire last decade rhe quality of mercy is not strained with Pingree they nit look alike to him and we way now expect to hear of a carni val of crime in Michigan compared to which Kentucky and Texas will appear like the Holy Land Now If some of these liberated road agents will only kidnap Pinsrree we can almost forgive em for being loose EMHKSON has said that every man InA occasion in his lifetime to thank hit faults A case of this kind occured at Corbiu the other day during time re cent chooting match and as a result that town has to thank a drunken wall for the fact that it is standing today 1lie gentleman mentioned performed a feat while overtaken by alcohol that he would never have dreamed of doing if sober In the middle of time fusillade of lead following the explosion the un known was wending lila way from a neighboring blind tiger describing parabolas and arcs of a circle with every step Ho was busily engaged in wast- Ing empty philosophy on empty air when suddenly lie beheld fire issuing from the upturned building As an inebriated individual has only one idea his was to put out the fire at all costs Not noticing the shower of bullets which fell like hail about him ho made three journeys from house to cistern and succeeded in extinguishing the blaze which if allowed to grow would probably have laid the town in ruins as the inhabitants were too dazed with terror to appear in time open On time latt excursion of time lover of corn juico to the pump the bucket was shot from his hand and realizing that his work was done and the tire out with a muttered cureeon the man who broke the bucket he made oil in wabbly curves out of tho range of danger and vanished in the dar uess unconscious that he had played the hero CIVIL liberty has considera bio lati tude of definition Time gentle crowd of mountaineers who went to Frank fort last winter armed to time teeth with Winchesters and Colts and other implements of peace to quietly peti thou the Legislature and incidentally kill a Governor and convArt the Gen oral Assembly to their way of thinking by the aid of the above mentioned tools were righteous emissaries of the sacred cause of civil liberty They heartily denounced the avengers of shied blood for seeking justice and laughed to scorn their efforts But when the boot is on the other leg we tlnd it makes some difference When the little teance in Whitley county oc curred last week in which infair corn bat one man of might was placed lion de combat by another what do these braves do hut rise in their might aud demand an eye for an eye and a tooth for a tooth And theso are time men who were unable to understand why the friends of a slain chieftain demanded reparation I Verily with what measure they mote it should be meted unto them A military force strong enough to hold them in subjection should teach theso breakers of law and peace that Kentucky is not Holt as they seem to think It though Birae of the devils sprites are residents hero Our 8t te has suffered enough disgrace already at tire hands of Its mountain population without needing additional shame The day of extreme prevetitative is near at hand Patience wears out sometimes Do JECKYLS and Mr Hydes are everywhere The hunted and time mnter the persned and the persueraie ibout one and the same person nowa lays anyhow In the good city of St Louis last week tho Police Coiumis iionerthe Chief of Policoand number if other virtuous guardians of time law itarted out in search of iniquity They md joined time crusade against vice and vera bent on exterminating gambling mud similar evils They made a flying tart and a good getaway locked up a ew negro crap shooters and turned in earch of higher gamo But business unoiig the highclass artists was slow hat evening and the superior game the Illiclals were chasing didnt materialize o rather than going back without iny fun what do these paragons of Dunicipal virtue do but get up a little amo among themselves At any rate ome bumbler members of the force in hearing certain suspicious noises ssuilig from is quiet little restaurant ind thinking to catch a notorious ang burst open the door only to dls over a warm game in progress between he Police Commissioner and the Chief f Police Such ns these are our cua odians of public morals and one of hem is the man McKinley is about to ppolnt to regulate manners in tho nilippineg Holy Gee hell dope Imself the first pass and then the llfpinoa will regulate themselves A nralell case occurred time other day In t Paul when a loading member of the V OT Ut looked upon the wine lien kurat rvtlj declared t4 H it aUUI rer1 f bl11 wl4 siwAptti J t W GnEKDsaysonemanldisbonesty1 says anotherare the prime evils that beset the now century Combine the two and wo believe we have the matter in a nutshell A century ago our battles were fought with brawn i today brain is the requisite and anyone expecting to rise in this world without that quaIl ty posseees the mental caliber of a July rabbit Wits are sharpened by experience and the world is full of sharks bent on skinning each other Il is nearly a cSt ofdo or bo done Onerous labor as a profession is sadly out of date i honest toil is not remunerative and therefore a back number artists of the paste boards race track and bucket shop are constantly on the increase and high life is flourishing The remedy for these evils is not yet in sight the Jiew century may solve the riddle We must slow up somebow we are going the pace that kills in nation al and in private life Anyhow lets take the matter cheerfully remembering thatFor evil under the son There is a remedy or there is none If there ie one try and find it If there be none neyer mind it HIEROGLYPHICS are coming in favor It is prophesied that Chinese is to be come tire universal language as the result of occupation of tim flow ery kingdom by the allied forces On time face of time matter tins seems absurd but on reflection the subject looses its incongruous aspect The tendency of the age is to brevity in expression Concise clear cut lan guage has superceeded longwinded meilifllnity in popular vogueiu spoken language and signs and symbols are every day becoming more common in written thought For example instead of writting the word dollars we use the character in place of writing Christmas wo use Xmas and in like manner the shortening process is being introduced into all composition The Chinese is a sign language and naturally abbreveates wonderfully Ab brcveation will be a requisite of the twentieth century swifter mediums than slforthand may be required Tho aUlliuesWe must keep up time pace or drop out of the race Celestial symbols may come in handy wino knows stranger things have happened PROPER WAY TO SELECT SENATOR IDy lion James B SIcCreary in Louisville TimesJ I voted three times while I was a member of Congress for proposed amendments to the Constitution of time United States providing for the election of United States Senators by tire voters in each State and as a delegate to time Inst National Democratic Convention held at Kansas City I voted for a reso lution embodied iu our platform which declares We favor an amendment to the Federal Constitution providing for the election of United States Senators by direct voteof the people As no amendment to the Constitution has been adopted on this subject I desire in selecting a candidate fur United States Senator to get as near to this plan amid as near to the Democratic voters as possible I favor any plan that will give each Democratic voter in Kentucky or in any county or district the right to express his preference for United States Senator and I will abide by tho decision of the Democratic voters The Democratic nominees for the State Senate and for time House of Representatives lelieve will abide by the choice of a majority ot their consti tunentsIn of the Southern States the plan of holding primary elections to nominate candidates for Senator and also for Governor and other Slate of ficers has been tried and it has appar ently given satisfaction Wbileljprefer time primary election plan above indica ted I will be satisfied with any action the Democratic party or those author ized to act may take believing as I do that Democratic harmony amid union should be preserved and that Demo cratic supremacy should be paramount to individual success PERSONAL Mrs Harry S Stout is visiting in Paris Mrfl L Gentry Sr spent Sunday at homo Mies Bessie Turley has returned from Lancaster Miss Kittio French is visiting in Cynthiaua Miss Emma Hendren is visiting in Nfcliolasvlllo Mr W D Oldhatn was in Mt Sterling last week Mr George W Phelps is visiting Stanford friends Mr Elmer Deatherage was in Lex- Ington last week Miss Laura Lynu has returned from a visit to Winchester Mr Gilbert Grinstead fs visiting his parents in Taylorsville Dr H M Hocan of Corbiu is visit hug the Messrt Colyer Mr Waller Traynor of Danville spent Sunday at homo Mrs Brutus J Clay has been visiting Nicholasvillo relatives Mr John N Turner of Camphells ville spent Sunday here Miss Eva Lainmcrs has returned from a pleasant visit to Stanford Mr Jesse Alverson of Stanford visited his relatives here Sunday Sir Owen Strother of Louisville visited college friends last week Mr U E Little made a brief trip to Wolfe county Thursday aud Friday Mr Will Bales is at home from Cin cinnati to attend his sisters wedding Mrs S F Tudor of Irvine was tho guest of Mrs Claude Smith lat week Mrs Mats Cohen hiss returned trom a visit to Mrs John M Alen of Car lisle Mrs WG White has returned to Louisville after a visit to her parents here Mr QeoT Taylor has returned Irom a visit to Texa muclj improved in hnaltli Mrs Jas P Amsken of Versailles visited Mr and Mrs S Nevlllo Mober ley last week Misses Susan Hume and Louise Jacobs ore visiting Miss Ester Uiirnam of Frankfort Mr Hugh Hunter of Versailles was tbefI1eetof Mranu Mrs 8 Neville Moberlor Sunday Mr JAV Zsriug is at home from Carlisle where she was tl1eguest pf her daughter Mrs JM Allen Mewrs Clarence 1tin and Edwin Galbraith attend l the axton dance in Winchester Thursday night Thill 3nue3eo4eNiae Md ofCutr bet iid Op Tflii ill again ho wtt tred fKBH of krt j W bftle- kttt Milibr liil hU JCUI Good Beginnings Make Good Endings You ate mating a good beginning tuhen you commence to take Hoods zrsapiriufa- for Any trouble of our biood stomach ness or liver Persistently taken this great medicine vrff bring you the good end tug of perfect health strength and vigor 1orS S anffffffofftBi Clever Disdppt erine Cohen of Versailles visited lr5I Mat S Cohen a few days last week Misses Mona Fannie and Lee Prath er and Mrs Lucy Quisenberry attended the PratherWillgns wedding last week Rev Hugh McLellan and wife of Shelbyville were the guests of Mr and Mrs G G Prewitt last Thursday Mr Chas White the polite clerk at the Busy Bee has accepted a position with II C Sblpp Bo of Georgetown- Mr Robci French was home last week from his initial tour as a Knight of the Grip He reports business good Mr W O Goodloe and Dr Hart Goodloe of Danville were here last week attending the sale of the Gregory property Misses Florence Chenault and Eliza beth Taylorare the guests of Mrs dims E Smith of 288 North Broadway Lexington Miss Willie Traynor will make bfi home in tun future with her sister Mrs Bland Ballard in Danville She left for that place Saturday Mr and Mrs Joseph P Turner of Jessamine county who are visiting their son Rev IL G Turner were en tertained at dinner Tuesday by Mr and Mrs It C Potts Mr Charles S Powell left Saturday for South America to engage in a busi ness venture We will probably hear of Charley operating a Tropic Tele phone Trust in the near future Mr and Mrs Irvine Prather ot Lex ington spent Sunday with relatives here Mr Prathers many friends de sire to congratulate him on his luck in securing so charming and worthy a bride Mr J R Bush has located at Rich mood for the practice of his profession He has entered the law oflice of Hon W B Smith Mr Bush is a fine young man and A 1 lawyer Stanford Inter iorJournal Mr and Mrs R E Tnrley Mr and Mrs J M Rifle and Mesdames Hue and II L Wallace S P Deatherage and W L Arnold were among those attending the HigginsTurley wedding in Lexington Inst Wednesday Mrs Walstein Goodale Smithof Clifton Place Caluinhns Ohio nee Miss Alice Mnrkley a popular old Richmond favorite entertained at cards Monday evening in honor of her visitorsMisses Higgins and McRoberts Messrs K E Turley A D Miller R C H Covington and Joe Chenault are spending a week at Harriman Tcnn in search of something to waste their ammunition on The animals down there from elephants to musk ruts had better look outIMiss Nannie Martyn gave a very pleasant dinner lust Wednesday in honor of her mother Mrs R A Eo Mitchell whoso seventyfifth birthday it was Previous to her marriage Mrs Mitchell was Miss Rose Anne Elizabeth Goggin and is one of the last member of the Giggin family who were among Madisons first settlers Mrs n L Middelton of Richmond entertained about forty of her friends Friday afternoon at tho homo of her mother Mrs D N Sharp The re ftption was entirely informal but was all the more enjoyed for that At tine frappobowl Misses Elizabeth and An Die Middolton and Sadie Hooker die pensed frappe and pleasantries Mrs Middclton then distributed among the ladies papers time blank spares of which were filled in by the names of the right flowers making an amusing little episode Several guessed all the names and drew for time prize which was secured by Mrs M T Smith Shelby Record The following invitation has been re ceived by friends of time bride and groom tobe We heartily congratulate both The groom wo kuow to be an excellent young man anti worthy of the fair bride who possesses all the virtues of her sex Sire Nannie Dalmey Feland Invites you to be present at the marriage of her daughter fLets to Mr Caleb Massie Shearcr Wednesday afternoon January thirtieth nineteen hundred and one at half past two oclock Christian church parlors Richmond Kentucky In a letter to a friend written from Terrebonno Iarish Louisiana where she Is spending the winter Mrs C D Chenault says she and Mr Chonaiilt are enjoying Immensely time balmy weather of that delicious Southern clime The air she says is spring like and flowers and vegetables are In full bloom Mr Chenault the letter con tinned is upholding the reputation of Kentucky sportsmen and is developing into a mighty Kimrod The killing of his first deer was an occasion of signal triumph The handsome and glossy hide will adorn Mrs Chenanlfs parlor Time Chenaults have been much missed this winter ami we trust will soon return We notice in a late epy of the Aparri News a Philippine publication which occasionally reaches our desk that Capt Henry Wyeant formerly USs popular and gallant millitary In structor has trot only been promoted to time rank of Major but has been ap pointed Inspector General of the 2nd District Department of Northern Iuxon The Major has rendered effec hispromoliJIwife who so won her way into Richmond hearts ia now in New York with her youngest sou Philip Benyard is on a U S Cruiser and Harry is stationed on one of time islands of the Philippine archipelago The fortune of war has been disastrous indeed in separating this charmlngfamily whose happiness tAe bpr was so noticeable when they dwelt in our midst One of the social events of the season lathe wedding of Miss Kathorine Mc dreary JUronston and Mr Guy Scott AVarren of Chicago which will be Februarylathedral Miss Same Bronston sister of the brldo will be maid of honor Mrs CarlHoster of Columbus 0 is dame ot honor and Mr Jack Valliunt of St Louis i to be best man Tile brides maids will be JJisses Nannie Clay of Paris Harriet Sheldon Columbus X GrlMlda Scotland Harriett DHrnajl of bk cUjrj Lbs jtroouumeu 1UlIU bo Mrar WlllUm Flehw Roy VjilUufct tsl tWw hr1rj e Sti twUiiflfl Graves of Columbus and Water Bronston of this city The Ushers will be Messrs Charles BronstOu Jr Frank Justice Paul Justice Alfred Brent Thrasfiley Berryman Richard Nelson Smith Bbwmannnd Dr JD Carrick It is to bo a rainbow wedding as each bridesmaid will he gowned in a different color Immediately after therCere mony which will be performed by Bishop Lows W Burton a reception will be given at the homof the brides parents Mr and Mrs Chas I Bron ston on Vest Second Street The young couple will leave on time late train for a trip South and will make their home In Chicago jjvhord tIme groom has recently located Miss Bfon storm is one of Lexingtons popular young women and will be missed by her friends in her old home Lexing ton Herald RELIGIOUS We are requested to announce that Elder W K Shearer will preachat Millers school house liear Valley View on the fourth Saturday in this month at ono oclock p marid the Sunday following at lOa m Slielbyville is to lose ono of its most talented preachera February 1 Rev Hugh McLelland has accepted a calUo the Christian church of Richmond Ky and has asked to go February 1 to his new chrtrge While time church will regret very much to lose him after six years pastorate here they will have to accept his resignation The church at Richmond is one of the largest iu the State having over 600 members and wealthy Rev McLellan Is certainly the best speaker among the ministers of Shelliyville and his resignation will cause the deepest regret not only in his own church but throughout the town generally Shelby Record BIRTHS ADAMS Born to the wife of R 13 Adams of Louisville nee Miss Viola Million a daughter Margaret Beatty on 13th fust DEATHS TKUKSDALE Mrs Mary Truesdale of California an aunt of Mr JJ 0 Potte deceased in that State on the 14 inst DICKEPSON Tillord Dickerton of GreeiisburgJud cousin of Mrs B C Potts of this city died lastMonday lie was a prominent horseman CROOKE F Busby Crookedied Tues day morning of pneumonia at his mothers homo in this city after a two weeks struggle against that disease Mr Crooke was a wholesouled gentle man with a kindly genial nature that made him liked by all Few men In Madison county had more friends than he Jima untimely demise is regreted by all He leaves a wife and no children PAKIC Mr John M Pnrk tiled suddenly of pneumonia in conjunction with heart failure at his late home on the Jacks Creek pike at an early hour Monday morning Mr Park had been for anumber of years n sufferer froin heart disfeaso but was of unusually healthful appearance and his demise was unexpected He TVBS a native of Ebtill county and seventythree years of age i ho moved to Madison howe eight years ago arid has been an un right respected Chrjstlan citizen He leaves a wife and tlireecliildreiiMessrt Wit and Walter i7E oY this county and Mrs Leonard Qiunnof Blooming ton Illinois Time funeral services were conducted yesterday morning at his late residence by the Key J P Strother of Williamsburj after which his burial took place in the Richmond Cemetery Mr flush Turned Down Mr A W Bush who lately filed an objection to the will of his mother the late Mrs Annn Smith appeared before Judge Million thjs week to show cause whereby his objection should bfa sustained by the court1l was overruled however and the will admitted to pro bate Mr T W Bush who under the provisions of the document was named executor appeared in court and quail fied as such RICE STATION Miss Edna Scott of Wisemantown was at the Station Tuesday Mr Qnincy Johnson the C Ifcand D tie inspector was here last week and took up a largo number of ties Mjss Myrtle Rice daughter of Chas Rice of Drowning Creek has been visiting relatives herq several days Misses Dora and Linnie Rice came over from Irvine Tuesday and are spending a low days iu the country Tlios Kerby lost a horse Sunday night with n spinal disease This was one of thus finest yoiing horses In this neighborhoodaud valuable animal Mr Joseph Rico who Inns been in Oklahoma for some time is visiting his father Mr Chas Rice at Drowning Creek Mr W C Finny lias begun tine once lion of a nice eldre house here and it will not be long until ready for occupancy There has been incorporated in Rice Station a Grapevine Telephone Co but at this writing will not give time names of the operators What has become of The Rice Sta tioii Quartette Their artlIults have been greatly missed by Ihe citizens and itis hoped they will not forsake us and again keep the oldtown lively as ofyore The remains of Samuel B Crank who died in a hospital in San Francisco CalJan 7reached here list Thurs dqy nnd were taken nearvthe Jackson and Estill line for burial Sam was weji thought of in this county and his sad dentin is lamented by alii He was about twenlyono j ears of ago Hows This We offer One Hundred Dollars re ward for 9ny case of Catarrh that can not bo cured by Halls Catarrh Cure F CHENEY CO Toledo Ohio We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for time past 15 years and nIlbusInessable to carr out any obligation mage bytlmeirflmnr DruSltistsToledoWholesale Druggists Toledo 0 intfrmolrand mucous surfaces ot the system tindrli1gIHtBHalls Family Pills aro the best 2jsni KWMEST CASK H CE IAtJIIIM SKUNK sKiNs I Wait 25000 Cetrpu4ik It4th4- L IUIIIi ltfJ 2 j i I CREDITORS NOTICE All persons having claims against Eliza Baldwin decM are hereby requested to present sflaie to the under signed on or before February 1st 190- 1prorerlyproen and verified or same ED C CARSON AdnTr- jan25w Creditors Notice In the matter of 8 F narbetc Administra tor claimant against the estate of 8 F Bar ber deceased are required to file same proper ly verified on or before March with State nantrrustco Admlolstratoro 8 F Slather Claims not presented by that time will be barred 8TATR BANK TRUST CO 23Ja 5w Admr 8 F Barber dccd PUBLIC SALE- Of FINE BOURBON FARM I will sell publicly on the premise at 10 am on- TUESDAY FEB 12 1901 My farm of 325 acres 75 in wheat 15 in rye 70 i stubble land 25 In orchard and over 100 in grass which wilt raise tobacco It lies 6 miles htrom Paris II miles from Lexington and one storesIchurches near On the farm a nice frame house 8 rooms kitchen storerooms pantry pm1ntedAntables granary workshops ice carriage and len houses fine lower pit pondsTEUMS in one and two years Parties desiring to see the farm will call on the undersigned W H CLAY AT Forsyth Auc LEXINGTON KY Paris Ky miami 2w A GOOD NBW YSAR iri1 A set of S S White or Justis Teeth mounted on the best Rubber or Zylonite guaranteed to be the best in the worldand each tooth is branded for onlyv 75OSK you have had your teeth stuffed full of cotton and filled over the cotton it wilt pay you to see Dr Hobson before you loose those teeth Teeth Extracted 25 cts Amalgam Fills 75 cts Gold Fills 150 DR I10BSON Dentist Richmond Ky Office next door to GovernmentB1dg In Hobson Bldg Richmond Ky Of ice open all night GIAT Without limit I de sire to express to the people of Madison 4it J1L4 and adjoining coun patronageinfactoring and selling the best goods for the least amount of money and pleasant honorable treatment to merit a liberal share ot their patronage in the future For 1901 I have bought more largely ofevery article in my line than ever before during my 30consecu five years of business in Rich mond and at my much lower prices than expected Result can offer you Wall Paper at 3c on up in price and not a sorry paper in the line Win dow Shades J5c on up complete with spring fixtures Our line of picture framing materials is the largest thisside of the larger cities ata satisfactory price Being a manufacturer of every kind of Paint for every purpose that paint is usedwe can and will offer you the Best Paint on the market at any price at a Fac tory Price with the freight yourPaperingmitted by all that we do the best work so now you give us a chance to show you how cheap we can do it Await gratefully Established J 870 Geo M Willging 290 W MAIN RICHMOND KY A MILD IS RESPONSIBLE FOR 6A I THE NEW YEA- RIBARGAINSfr NOW IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY TO PURCHASE A LARGE BILL OF GOODS FOR LITTLE MONEY H are willing to make great IWe in order to have a rr c Clearance Sale I iOn all Winfer Goods We mustmake room for our New Spring Line A few Eider Down Comforts pretty colors reduced from 225 to1 95 All wool Checked Blankets 104 reduced from 479 to 3 85IMens Wool Hose Blue and Greyu u r 10 39MensMens Boots 1 00 Reduction on Dress Goods and Outings Cnildrens Wool Hoods colored15and 20 THIS IS THE TIME TO BUY YOUR COTTONS HflMBURGS AND LACE We will have a nice selection call in and see our new line It will be our effort to sell you real bargains so dont forget us Wishing each one of you a very happy and prosperous new year IamRespectfully n Cor lainFirst St WINTER Richmond I JJi11GRE- ATEST ImJSALE ON RECORD++ + OUR GREAT FIRE SALE STILL CONTINUES THOUSANDS MADE HAPPY Mens Suits at 250 3 and 4 Mens Overcoats 2 3 and 4 40 Beaurible Raglan Overtoats at 850 Regular PricesJ5 16 and J8 Mens Corduroy Pants at L50 Worth 250 Good Kentucky Jeans Pants at 74c a pair i hJ priceBoyshand BARGAINSBoysSome of them cost us JO Such values never offeredat t these prices before Macintoshes at 25c on the dollar All Colors and Gradesr150 doz Fancy Percale Shirts at 23c eachC i 40 doz Colored Shirts at 48c Worth 150oA y t Crum Rushm re Star and Monarch Brands vVi Best in the World t Y Bizrgi7rnis hii z I biiH DcBjpJ1lf1f1iJ lrJJftjjrfo Come and Get Them rIv Mly i S X t r LOUTS VJ US STRAUSe r Leading Clothiers of Kentucky Lexington Ky THE CliMAX t25 TTTTTTTTTTTTTTT YYVVVVYVV5YVWVVVW lOUR TROUBLE I + e + + + We have left on hand a large stock of footwear of all grades YSACRIFICEDparison in goods or prices Either the goods must gq or we go out of business PRICES gQat260Uit V 2lJ U 185A ifu 2 00U f 160if ir rJ 1 50V lA Mens Fine Shoes worth S 4 OQ1wgdati3oo 2iOSts i 2 30 i 75 60MeaiB u 4 00 H 3 00 Andeverythnelge inproportioa TheUltraL diKt Shoes Doof las Shoes and aU otbcrs at same cut rates +++44+ 4+ 4+ Freeman Brosc 74 H 1111 II OWEN MCKEE Kentucky Every s C1b it rurni h a Witn ALL TB t1J 1LIL eee 1l i 71 tRadientHome Heating Stoves V v- I71 Burns Soft Coal and less oder than anyotner 5 JIJI Givejtnore Heat and will keep fire 1txiger than any ifother I lJJI Yo ioeff build ii- Ofl 1azid JtYdl ILwinteruCDeoTP WUT nI LoosoisysWel th American wire Psc wb1cbiHitl flssuipioa tbeark We aIo bdl000K TOVI amid QaJtII4tbe W alt 4ssartptIab mmcdi ats bt D g IB mmnnJCOMPAIY 1fAUtRKTtRIcln Q I Ky 1i r l= The RicbIMltdCliJ =WEDNESDAY JAN 23 11 Go and hoar Rajph Bln bam Men day night Only 25 cents We are after unloading clothing not money aVStouffere lOtlectf Dont forget Ralph Bingham Rt court house Monday nljhtjlJannary 2S Self closing unbrellas also tel f opening umbrellas at Stonffers 1Odtf 25 cents to get in to hear Ralph Blngham Monday night at the court house ladyvcounty 00 KUnranle to party Ad dregs P O Box 4it Washington C Jail- LGet a suit al the closing out ua1e anti save money at Stoutfers the Tailor 19i1ectf Five room ctitiHJTti fir rent pricE 10 per mouth Apply to PR G W EVANS augl5tf Stonfler wells tuyre huh and caps than all of them Sea his styles and price 19dectf Natural product water mill flour and meat at R A Rasters grocery on Second Street augltf Two ladies wants chambermaid work Can come well recommended Apply to Box 229 RichmoudKy 19d 3t Do not forget Ralph Bingham next Monday night Only 25 cents for an hour of the choicest entertainment Come and see us before we wove and help us move by getting aiiythin at your own pricejn clothing at Stouf fers lOdectf Dr O L Uuckuaatur Oateopaiht P ivBiciau graduate of the American School of Osteopathy Kirkeville Consultation and examination free Office at Mrs Miller near post office ICjantf For Rent A blacksmith shopon First street near Water Fur further particulars apply to OWEN McKEE 20Jectf Fine Animal Purchased Mr Mat S Cohen purchased aflni bay gelding last week from J lIt Frey of Carlisle The monetary consiclera lion was 105 For Beat A nice dwelling house on Lancaster avenue containing seven rooms with yardgarden and stable For particulars call ou or address GEO D SIUMOS- Bllijan tf Itichinoiid Ky Held Over Thomas M Cooper of La Grange the young man arrested for forgery last week waived examination and was held over to the grand jury In the sum of 500 Public Sale In order to close up partnership W J Collins and J W Elkins will Sell to the highest bidder one jack foaled May 20 1899 in frontof court house on Monday February 4 1901 Sale at 10 oclock lCjan3t We are compelled to vacate in 30 days Couie and get a suit or overcoat Stonflers 19dectf Strayed or Stohn From Sam Chenaitlts near White Hall on Jan G a yellowred cowabout fonryearsold dehorned and had It large white spo in forehead Any urorma tioa will be thankfully received c NICnENUj Whicn Hall Ky New Firm 1 Mr Thompson j Hamilton WIlD has long ben the elDcient head clerk jn the mercantile establbbment of Mr C 1 L Kearcy of Waco has purchased a hill interest in the business and the t firm is now Searcy and Hamilton i Success to you Gentlemen DO YOU WANT 7 To sell your REALESTATE TIMBER- or COAL STOCK OFGOODS DQ YOU WANT to buy or exchange any kind of property Write me Uu all the particulars as I may be able to 4 help you Address J II NM Lock Box 475 Charleston W Va 12dec ly forSaler t t I offer for sale privately my residence and two acres of land on West Main street There are eight rooms bath room and halls and all necetsiry oUt buildings including three cisterns Fox further pnrtlcnlars call on or addres Dr G W Evansor the undersigned itns SPEED xmi 2jaut Richmond Ky Dollars For a Hog IFillyLDoty sold last week to of White Hall lila premium Poland China brood sow Black net for SoO probablythe largest price ever paid in Madison county for a brood hog Sir Deity claims if fat the swine would Up the beam at one thousand potndc Common School Examination The law provides that there shall ba two examinations annually for pnpilt of the Common Schools who have com pleted the preBcrihed rours3 of study a d who desire to take the examination for cer iHcAte ot graduation Onesuch examination shall bei held on the last Thursday in January and one on the last Thursday in Juno lhe first ex amination this year will be on the 31st day of January the last Thursday being the last day ot the mouth andwilF be held at my office Every school iu the county should be represented JWVWAGEK8 County Superintendent Ceelllw Club Notes Tho first meeting of tbe new year and the new century was held with Miss Frazeo January 9 The quotation open ing the programme Heaven lies about us in our Infamy at onco suggested the thougbt forth arterooons cODif- lhon r This subject has not beeR con fined to any one nation or tongue to ny epocial school or thenet Mofr j Lull byi5 in ige But they teruationsi anti has not beeR neglectet or ignored by asY Those on duty for the aJteraeew wer- elifllXaUe Smith Mrs MeOliBfock Mr Robt Jhiinam Mm Perry Min MWdWto Mid MteJMnLynD TrasS the MneieM ftc Societyel11ZbyXFf t i t8 ictth to bellt Ml I die Baldwin nl okdly4 i 4ouh nuwberto the regrqUw prBJf a 4IeWul pino and vorel uW its- ktFt J rer ou jLiofaJ of c JtfaerjIIIItIIJraaJia rzlfd with gytint4N fIIi XIi0tIeOlib iid I t Nrv Ila3e Itw wei a Jur ibs iwlI WIdJII J LM o t = j IJ3 at Sie wilt buy youl0- ithofclethIrg lOdeeff firilifli sw Stektt itoni Jokn W Y kas kdissiug of hw Bluegrass property andYeffect preparatory to leaving for Washingtoi DanvlllelojJr prbpertyforsaIe xrngieforeo4 P8 c j Stouffer wont be understood Call and get prices on clothitujrand underf wear 10dectf New Schpfll For Valley View MisaAnnfe Duncan the bright am accomplished nsisinnt In the Vafle tViiw public school which recently ptiblibuildingthere Monday Mies Dunnni fsanabl aid talented yonug teacher mid w de rviiijc of the patrotiHve and support of the VallvVjew citijsiR Ask your nnghlxtr where is thA rlieywillMr Clay After a New Job t J Diepatchs from Washington contaij the news that the Hoit B J Clay our distinguished fellow ltizen is after the Guatemalan mission whose duties are GodfreylIunter UepubIIt8neWe are always for old Madison Miles Stockis Rising A dispatch from Washington says that the salary of the foremen inth Government Printing office has been raUed200as anice little testimonial of nppreclation on the part of Uncle Sam Mr Milo Shanks being among the lucky gentlemen now draws 2000 per annum or 640 per day Like the mah- in the song Miles money will rievei give out and rich food will mak him stout The Inaugural Parade the the Kentucky colleges even down toBery have been invited by the Congressional Committee to particl pate iu the Inaugural Day Parade at Washington March 4 As we are most ly Democratic in this neck of the woods the Bluegrass delegation is liable to be slim We dont relish marching along with higgersand blacl Republicans anyhow Our scent is t giod Proposed Blue Grass Circuit There is much talk in Lexingtbii horse circles in regard to a proposed 01 ganizition of the Blue Grass Trotting Circuit to embrace Maysville Cynthi ana Paris Versailles Springfield Bardstown Richmond Winchester Mt Sterling Lebanon and Bowling Green It is quite likely that representatives from the above named towns will meet in Lexington at an early dat and talk over the situation Dr Homer T Wilson The Iriends of Rev HT Wilson atone time pastor of the Christian church here will flnd interest in the following dispatch from Fulton Ky dated Jan uary 11 Dr Homer TVof Ft Worth Tex who lectured hero last night and who is an old Kentuckian hits purchased a home at Knoxville Tfihn where he will move shortly His new residence is just across the street from exGov Bob Taylori home LaVCfippe r Like riri Wrir JiPighborTnif R1u grass borOugtxiiiifrhuritlifd 11Siut lie hxxntft of that dread PljilijyiiigKrip Great num bersof our ritizensaresUfrering from the rlTOcts of this unwelcome visitor and uulrst cold Weather sets in We may ex pect more viclims We are glad to say that Mr J D Dykes io out after quite a sei r Jleeers Mat Cohen Arthur Todd WmGrisgsand Miss Josephine Schmidt are amoiij come of tlie late cases reported Richmonds Warrior on the Scene At the outbreak of hostilities nrCor biu last we k nut Fiazee of the Me Creary Guards being recognized as one of the ablest and most efficient of the State Guard officers was ordered by Col Williams commanding the force ordered to the mountains join him On the train which tpassed tlironeh here Thursday night en route to Whitley The Captain did BO arid to his warlike presence and lashing exterior the quelling oftlio riot may be in some wise ascribed Hurrah for Frazee and tile cCreary Guards I Mrs Redds III Luck A dispatch from Canolton rays that physicians have just announced that the wife of Rv J D Redd of the Methodist church has small pox She lately returprd front a visit to central Kentucky where she contracted the disease Two of her children not vac cinated have been with her till how Her husband remains in the room with hep Mr Jledd was formerly in charge of theMothodist church hereand his wife has the sympathy of her many RIch- mond friends in tier mlsfoituno Probilion In Kentucky A Louisville engraving firm will shortly complete the work of making H uniqie and interesting map for the Kentucky Temperance Societies litwill be 6o design ed and arrangnd with shades and dots ae to show the wetI section and the drylt section of the State and strange to saythedryarea will overshadow thewet spots in the proportion of about ninetenths to one tenth Tho state of facts will be calculated to startle Northern and Eastern people Jt will upset one of the pet traditions of the Yankee playwright and destroy a part of the stock in the tradd of the Yankee paragrapher Tile l vdeo W Young of Louisville Field Secretary of the Kentucky Temperance Societies has charge of the collecting of data for the map He has boen engaged ou the task for some months The result ai Ins labors has been astonishing oven to the creator of the plan Itlssbowu that there lire remarkably few altogether wet ouuUesin Kentncty Thirty oX Ken tucky coUBtles 8reentlrotyIodrylat many morel are wet in one spot or lo be snore exact liquor is retailed only at the county seat All but five are dry in BfioU that Is there are lio retail liqaor stores In certain voting precincts The five entirely conds rare located mostly ou the ifepe of Mnllranghs Hill where ecftch prchann ftmi email licensed brandy distilleries are numerous Mot cf the entire ellry counties are kctecj ia the monnUlu countlea of JEwtKwtttcty Of cdureeillicit distill tn wiAfetMl tigers thrive in all or eJy dt tjw lobal Optiua counties then rdttlt Jodr ptj cea where liqapr lilJtI openly ami iBxnily In tIle hli11 Apeliet dt tlctJilek h- afIwtron4 bleNMa Iii 11Hf A 0 gL c3 oU Q wnu J MND A GI 1 Order for CoweJs kbbafd be en j1 JofttIJttI In these our tending Isunquetronedcvf + JuS + tJ BELL The Florist fLEXINGTON KYJIIENRY l3P tJ ff BellVFIewers go Everywhere f S JswtcJil VI1Y yji75ceuits u ut Stouffers tf A Good Show The Columbia Comic Opera Company gave rattling good performances lier Thursday and Friday nights It was a firstclass troupe and the Mascot as sung by them was probably the best performance ever seen here The au- dience8howeverwereEmalIandnotnen what they should have been Our need of a good opera hone is daily becom lug more emphasized It is a shame that a town of Richmonds size wealth and progress lias no decent place of amusement Ye men of capital and cutters of coupons step np and do something lor your country An Hem oi Interest Thinkir git will be of interest to our readersCto know the number olhorses and mules in the United States we publish these statistics The census bureau reports horses in enclosures and not on farm or ranges or ranches June 11000 as 1355630 horses of all sorts 2833877 colts under 1 year 2991 colts between I and 2 years of age2646h years and over2777 497 Mules enclosures and not on farms 61803 all mules 162 115 colt mules under 1 year 1 410 colt mules 1 to 2 years old 3773over years old H5 932 Asses of alt sorts 12860 Natural product while not as as patent flour is much lI whiteI health For sale atR A JJ Second street a g1tfi Circuit Court The January term of circuit court convened Monday Judge Scott presid ing This is the civil term dthe docket contains a large number of cases none of iheni however being of especial importance The petit jurors are as follows 0 lVGollIlsr R Qnisenberry T S Burnam Ben Bennett J B Broad dna Z S Cobb E B Uupard W B West MT Kimball Hiram AxbillW C French W Fih John Donelson J W Elkin J l While James Pear son J H Kennedy John Duerson SaIl BarnesJSpeed McKean SV De jarnette Sea S MInter Walter Brock S G Jackson Another New Add Messrs Louis and Gut Strausthe wel1knllnalittpopular clothiers have a word for their Richmond friends in tliisissiio of the CLIMAX They desire to state that they aw disposing of their large and elegant supply of gents fur nishing goods etc at Ore sale ratcS and to urge their Madison patrons to takK advantage of their low cut prices and stock themselves with firstclass goods at secold lass prices The Messrs Strausare too widely and favor ably known to require further mention suffice it to say the name of their firm Is synonymous with fair dealing We are sure our subscribers will read their ad and benefit thereby Gregory Sale Tire estate of the lato Mrs Livia Gregory consisting of 44181 acres of iflne bluegress land situated two and a half miles from town on the Big Hill pike was purchased last Wednesdayat public sate by Mr Harvey Chehaultat This farm Is consid9050 per acre ered one of the best in Madison county and it was thought by many would bring 100 an acre A number of cows were also sold bringing from 37 to5I 50 one horse brought 75 a car riage 45 one pair aged mules 97 and one pair 3yearold mules 211 House hold furniture and farming implements also sold well Much of the success of the sale was due to the efficient and polite auctioneer Col D W Tribble who is a paatmastpr at the art Prosressive Step fo Journalism The Lexington Herald our wide awake and uptodate eontempory has touched tlie key note of twentieth century form by embody ine in its recent issues the progressive ideas of Alfred Harmsworth the Londonjonr nalibt and coming out in tablaidsbape Whether this step is fated to be a popu lar one or not we are unable to sav at theipreseut writing Its neat appearS anco and condonsion of matter are its cbelfMneritspt may take with some people while others will prefer the old- lrnesty1e It remains Jo be seen Wutcli class is In the ascendent At any rate the Herald deserves corigratu latipns for its attempt to be up with the times There is nothing like hitch iiig your chariot tQo a star If the Heralds politics were as good as her management sho wouldvsere get tlidre Elf fe j College News Perfitiant to call the executive com mitee of Ihelnlercplleglale Oratorical ABSociation met In I ixiriRton Saturday mofningand lectodUiOfoilowing of ti ers Ple dent W E Freeman Kentucky 1Tiiiversity Vic Presilllmt T L RlchmpndStato College Secre taryTreasurer D MCrabtree Kentucky University D B Goode Vice President conductedthe election The following members compose thq executive committee Key ckv Uni versity W E Freeman D J I CrabI tree Stafa College L D L RIcjbmfjnd Central University EV 1adlo Jlf4 McDonaldCentraI Col fife willi3oodlofr1 Giyn Cram jGeorge town College Evtrett Morris J A Fitz erald confestIof permitting theological students to enter tliq contest was discussed every member speaking on ft It wa decided to debar them It wudecMedtobeVr the use of tin horns pass bells and other unearthly sounding iiistrumenta on the night of the contest Opera bouse seats were aign1 committees a1jititeSI and otb r uiinor detail IW txntiel t TlJhl WoIl1trf1I111tlHtU- IJt1Ht Wrbrll cwttJoW of pudthf- te1t wid tMrlt14tiI1t stwtf1 hrWl- aiir J ltn H tr= Ii I 1iII 1 34 J CHANGE HflFFfl 04 cYUI I I1DI I Ilaving succeeded the old firm INGTON S MITCHELL we take pleasurey E in suiting that as of oliL the new firm will xeIt all Its ability in trying to please the public and will at all times iLhave the n LJ Of all seasonable things that will be i shown in this city r nirn I UUItNIIVIT AIM Is to give good merchandise at a rea ona ir ble price and we shall endeavor to Have what every one wants in the CLOTHING ILINE We will In everything in the way of Suits Overcoats Extra Pants Hats Mens Furnishing Goods and Mens With renewed vigor and past we hope to serve you even ShoesIbefore We have now many iBARGAINS SAVE MONEY I rthan In present season goods that we wish to close out For Spring we have made large preperation in every line In Merchant Tailoring we are prepared make you anything you may want toI 1JY11Q I Bonks I Lees Birthday Celebration LttBt Saturday ovoning a number of Confederate Veterans and citizens met in the court house to witness some appropriate exercises in commemoration of the birthday of Gen Robert E Leo held under the auspices of the Daugh ters of the Confederacy Music of a high order was supplied by the Rich mond Military Band and the burst of enthusiasm that Dixie The Bonny Blue Flag i and Maryland My Mary IandevOked proved that n number of us are unreconstructed still Hon W B Smith acted as Chairman of the occas lou and talks of a reminiscent nature were made by Judge BreckMr Nathan Deatherage Dr J M Poyntz and others Ricltntions were delivered by Miss Mary Coyle and little Miss Bal lard v It was a delightful reunion and thoroughly enjoyed by those present Long live tim stars and bars The New Collector of Internal Revenue The appointment of JudgeiDenlon as Collector to succeed JurTYerkes has put all of the boys in the revenue office at Danville on the ragged edge of un certainty In the office there are sonic seven or eight places which pay from SCOO to 2000 a year the labtuamed figure uoiiiK with the office of Chief Deputy now held by Bland Ballard If Denton can dispense with Ballard conveniently he will do more than the past three or four Collectors have been able to do However there is said to be an old revenue man prettv close to Denton who has an eye on the chief eputysliip The folks here hare no dea of any changes to be made in the force but there is hardly any doubt that the Eloventh District friends of enton and lioreing will soon begin to populate the twentynine counties In the Collectors territory fire total force under him counting all hands numbers about one hundred and forty Most of these are covered by the civil service rules which are said to be more or less elastic when properly ma nipulated The general impression seems to be that the olDce will remain in Danville in spite of Richmonds ef forts to recovery it Many think that when Mr Welsh withdrew from the contest for the collectorship he took with him tho understaniling that Dan villa would keep the office and the Farmers National Baukof which ho is the cashier would retain the deposits Judge Denton is expected lo take pos session at an early date Ballard acting Collector in the meantime Below trei give a short skitch of Judge DentonaJlife- Judge James Denlon was born in Pu laski county Kyin I860 His father Hon D H Denton was twice County Attorney and served the term of Coun ty Judge of Pulask and was Captain in the Third Kentucky volunteers Union in the wnr of 1861 5 Ills McKeollintsterdent Lincolns first administration Judge Jentonb 8tl reiJ prominently in politics from boyjiood was a mom bet of the Kentucky House f Representatives at the session of 18856 was chosen by the County Court as Judge to fill out the unexpired term of Judjie Tartar and was in 1883 elected for a lull term in 1892 he was sent as a delegate to tlip1 Repjiblicnu National Conventiuii and cast the only vote from Kentucky for McKiulfv He ia itjireaeat referM iq batikrilptcy He lies ttiledtli vnrlcrttfl poililuji with- ztthty HiiU redltii J Jtl1e chtl4tiIttiI itiI-1t kit ruutg tWpM S s tjt i YOU l J i Christian Scienca The Literary Digest of last week con taiuod an interesting account of the widespread growth of Christian Science This doctrine is becoming marvelously popnlarand has a hold on a large porjioi ol the modern race Wesein the notice that Mis Conger wife of our Minister to China is a prominent Christian Scientist mid ascribes her fortitmli during the late siege of the Embassy by the Boxers to her faith in her belief Ralph Bingham Coming Everyone will be glad to hear that popular genial Ralph Bincham will lecture at the couit house Monda night Jauuary 28 Mr Binghatn a an impersonator has no equal on tin American platform and this pparklin originality of his work charms am fascinates beyond the power of expression lie will lecture here nude the auspices of the ladles of the Methodist church No one can afford to mis trim New Switchboard Mr J M Baldwin Manager of th Cumberland T Co at this plan states to the CLIMAX that a newswitcl board has been received and that he wil in the future be ble to give better satif faction to all patrons with accommod tious for iicw subscribers He furthe stated from this time that there woul be reduction made in tho tollrate for all county stations with nil nigh services There U also located at th Glyndon Hotel a public station Department Store A leap to progress has been made in our city by the opening of our new de partment store by Mr Lee Smitha who desires to call the attentioiijjf the public to his advertisement in the current of the CLIJIAX Mr Kuiitlm bandits merchandise all klndj and Is dispos lug of same at a very low figure His business will be conducted ou a straight cash basis His cordially invites eveiy ono to call anti examine his stock which will be found full and complete and going at the lowest and most rea amiable pI ices Bolow are some of Mr Smithus low prices Shovels 9o Collar buttons per dozen 6e Padlocks 5a up Table ppoonsper set 5o Tubular lantern globes 5c Butcher knives lOe One pound butter mold 10u- Mens half hose 60 up ladies hose 5c up Ions handbprchiefs 50 up Ladies handkercbiersMlo up Coffee strainers 50 u- pCorsets25e up Curtain poles ctmpioto20c EggbeatersaTacksper up Ilairpiuuperboxs Itojc Hooks and eyes per dozen lc Tack Immmers i 510 o Scrub brushes 60- Dlackiug bruslna 10o Machine oil 5c 4 inch strap hinge per pair 5c C litchi strap hinge per pair 8c Towels i Go up Screw drivers Dij Can optinore 50 Dippers 5c Knives an t frks per set 493 Pins lc up Suspenders i B40 c 0 bup hiitmtthI InMtlll lllln Id tlP ItStrtll uuufIt ItS up lb hxtt 1 r 3 Mr 1 e r k r GOODBlSALE TO ALL T- HEINwiLl AT THE BUffBEECASH STORE I 1 he story in a nutshell Instesd of having a closing out sale in February we put February prices on now when winter goods are sellingwhen y 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 hisIuntiring work is that we present to you he most prodigious aggregation of astonishing moneysaving propositions ever offered by any store in Richmond We gladly take the losses brightInc X Jd o sJooers wholesalers warehouse men mills and factories at decisive reductions from the regular market prices tire massed for this sale Cloaks Jackets Warps and Skirts for women Mens a l13os Clothing Silks Wool and Cotton Fabrics Hosiery jtnd Gloves Boots and Shoes Underwear and Hats Laces and Embroideries Carpets Trunks etc without peer or precedent We invite you cordially to take advantage of the low cut prices we are making on all lines of goods to close our years business and thanking you for past patronage and hoping to meet a continuance of same in the future we are very respectfully WeD OLDHAM COMPANY IF WE PLEASE YOU TELL OTHERS IF NOT TELL US After Dinner 3To assist digestion relieve distress otter eating or drinking too heartily to prevent constipation take Hoods PillsSold everywhere 25 cents sBlobbslheyare ris like as two leas In a pod But my dear fel low theres only one p In pod Somo Ie could wrap their New 0 Years resolution in cotton and even then they would get broken Many an innocent little darling is suffering untold agony nnd cannot es plain its troubles Mark you childs symptoms you may find it tronhled- vith wornjs give it While ireain Ver r mifuge and restore it to quietness and health Prlco 25 rents Perry and Thomas Ujanlin t When there in a bent pin on the chair one should not sit down on the spur of the moment One way fora woman to make her husband stop smoking is to secure the contract to funish him with cigars PEVITTIA PEPSIN SYBUI Co Gents 1 cannot recommend Dr CaldwellB Syrup Pepsin too high It has been a great benefit to me Very truly nAY BUOICLKY Sold by druggist Ojanlm Lots ot people hiavemoro maney than brains and not very much money at that I Poverty saya the Muuaynnk Phil is no disgrace as long as you can borrowfrom your neighbors Tablets Buckitye Pile Ointment is the only remedy for blind bleoJingijr protruding piles indorsed by cure the most obstinate cases Price 50 cent in bottles Tubes 75 cents Perry Thomas 2janlm a man lets drop a remark he IWhennecessarily break his work The people who are proudest of their ancestors do anything to make their ancestors proud of them 4This olgnature Is ca box of tho genuine Laxative Bro o QirioJne Tatteu the roBsedy that emea a eehllu ODe day The one debt in alt the world that 5g hardest to collect is whl1 a fellow fancies the world owes hint n living It is said tbatFrance is trying to buy 100000 sqUare miles of land from Brazil Iu pulmonary trouble the direct ae lion of Cou nns Honey of Tar upon Wthroktchelt and lungs immediate ejdltitrcf82jtRd 50 cents Icrry and Sllllciw Clolliea dont make them 1I11t CvBlcUd Jfor tliB woman The new womiwi often wears Jd clothes 0 Thi worst alter efletUs of intenza arli Irom ihtrntiieed Mnctlon ef the JIftCktlr ltd blooM m gtH With f r U 1U siMPtfufM tint II thinfriujM i t rIi I u Reconsidered A Topeka man lost a small oral BPI out of lila ring anti went to the jeweler to have it replaced Ueturning home he found the lost set and putting it in his mouth for safe keeping hurried back to the jeweler to have that set used instead of the new opal Rushing into this store he said Say Ive found the ol l set so dont use that new one lie attempted to remove thu tone from Ida mouth gave a gulp looked filpeepish and sailhIguess youll have to use tho new stone That man needed a bottle of Dr CaldwelPs Syrup Pepsin Sold by druggist Ijanlm If some new minister should conic along preaching the doctrine that there are no moths in heaven the women would all leave the churches and follow him Ghosts would frighten may people who are not afraid of germs Yet tine genii is a real danger If this micro BCOpU1 animalism could be magnified to a in proportion to its deadliness It would show like a giant python or fire breathing dragon The one fact torn member is that the germ IB powerless to harm the body when the blood is pure It is far easier to keep the germ out than to drive it out after it obtains a hulil in tine system Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery is the most powerful and perfect of blood purifying uitdiciues It increust8 tine quantity as well as the quality of the blood enables the body to disease or to throw it off if disease has obtained n footing in some weak organ When ever the digestion is impared the nu tntiou of the body is diminished for the blood is made for the food which is eaten and half digested food cannot supply the body with blood Inquaniity aiiii adequate to its needs For this condition there is no remedy equal to Golden Medical Discovery It cures ninety eight out of every oereons who give it a fair trial When there Is constipation Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets promptly relieve And permanently cure When you are calling ou a girland kiss her she always pretends that it was pride that made her not make any disturbance To Whom It May Concern We wish to notify the citizens of title courtLy that we have secured the agtucy fur DrCaldwelis Sump Pepsin the gnat cure for constipation indigestion sick headache and atomaoli bOil bit and guarantee it to do as rccom mendel Wo always keep the best on hand iMid solicit a call prom isitig the very best of everything vYoiirg truly DrttagiKts Ojutilm Anxious Inquirer writes to know it breathii g liquid air would result in water on the Dr Calowetlit Pvrulv Pepsin cou yluces you or its intent the first dUll you take Sold hydritggist ttjumIir You cant convince man ihatthei is nothinir liew under the when III hiss nreurshghrt Person who load a life of expnnur jue ml tto rhf umatlBiii lItunlhd- nrillltlluhaloo will tind iv valiiHblo rein dv In Bullanid SnoW IlnItUent will btniali puitm Hittt FaUdtte I ft tat m1 S6j nd Otitt5 IVir 01IlHll1l if e ltiIhiWx4uitt his Ttytw 1eI IW ltlt rII ur s- icTT Uflll n rT I CURES ILOlin IOISUX Scrofula Ulcers Old Sores Lone 1ains Trial Treatment Free FirstBecond or third stores positively cure by taking B Ii B Botanic Blood- Balm Blood Balm kills or destroys the Syphilitic Poison in the Blood and expnls it from the syhtnm making a I perfect cure Have vou sore throat pimples copper colored Fpots old fes tcrlng eating sores ulwrs swellings Kcrofulix itching bkin nohts and pains in hones or joints sore mouthnr falling hair Then Botanic Blood Balm will heal every sore stops the nches and make the blood pure and rich and give the rich glow of health to the skin Over 3000 testimonials of cures B B B thoroughly tested for SO years Drug stores SI Trial treatment of B U B free by writing BLOOD BALM t 0 Atlanta Ga Describe trouble anti fret medical advice given Dont despair of a pure as B B B cures when all else fails 3 The greatest velocity attained by a whale when struck by a harpoon is nine miles an hour TO CUBE A COLD IN ONE DAY fake laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund the money if It fails to cure E W Groves signature is on each box 25 cents Tlrabo says that thin natives of and Egypt made an IndinIi drink ot tho wild rice which their rivers First And Foremcsl In tho field of medicine in Hoods Sarsaparilla It possesses actual arid un equalled merit by which it cures all diseases caused or promoted by impure or impoverished blood If you have rheumatism dyspepsia scrofula or catarrh yon may take Hoods Sarsa parma and be cured If you are rundown anti feel weak and tired you may be sure it will do you good The favorite family cathartic il Hoods Pills The Bible tells us to cast our bread upon the water but unleavened bread is to be cast np n the stage Ii your stomach is weak it should have help Hoods arsapnrillu gives strength to the stomach and cures dys pepsisand Indigestion It What You Eat Is Intended to nourish and sustain us but it must be digested and aisimi lated before it can do this In other word the nourishment contained in food must be separated by the digestive organs from the waste materials and must be carried by the blood to all purls of the body We believe the rear fur the great benefit which so many peoptederive from HoodsSarsa parilla lies in thefact that this medithie gives good digestion and makes pure rich blood It restores the functions of thoi e organs which convert food into nourishment that gives strength to nerves and muscles It also cures dyspepsia scrofula salt rheum boils sores pimples and orxiptioiiscatarrl rheumatism mid all difwaa s trfac have their origin in the blonde janlm No man is so rich as to be thoroughly nis own master Even time multimil lionaire may stand in secret awe of liii butler Coughs ninth colds come uninvitedbut A you can quickly get rid of them with a few doses of Conssens Honey of Tar rice 25 and 50 rents Perry and Thomas 2jaului A fort built by mound builders was discovered near Wayne 0 Tetter SaUKheam and Eczema The intense itching and smarting inch lent to these diseases is allayed by applying Chamberlains EeSkin Ointment Many very badases have been permanently cured by it It is equally efficient for itching piles anti a favorite remedy for sore nipples chapped bonds chilblains and chronic sore eyes 25 cts per box Dr Cadjn Condition Powderllarejust a horse needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge They are not food but medicine and the best in use to put a horse in prime condition Price 53 lente per package Ocklockniipe the name of a Florida river means H1 low water Stops the Conjh and Works cff tto Cord Laxative Bromo Qtinine JHblH cure a cold in ono day No cne i o pay Prife 25 cents A BOON TO MANKIND DRTABLERS BUCKEYE if 21sdm DLcIN3Fmxz l PILE iiJCURE ANew Discovery fur th Certain Cure of INTERNAL an3 EXTERNAL PKBS wuJ LOUT PAIN 6vflC WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE rAILED THR Y MMIP TI SI TrLC SIN IfI MM T frtt rXuT UI Ji 4- lr 5 v Jih TlIt rUna IoLJJja i Vo HARDWARE Ii tTHEk4 Stove Ques lone I ftzcall its details is fully answered i jby an inspection of our c showing thet 11 I c GREAT 0 8 PENiNSULAR ILINE W AND THE tl ESTATE OAK AIR TIGHT RADIATOR G This will be STOVE MONTH 4 with us and we are going to offe such attractions in that line as will repay anyone for the time de uI voted to looking through this Department J We have the EXCLUSIVE AOENCY for the Great Peninsular and Estate Oak Riidiator the moot famous in the world enjoying an Inter t fin14hmerits of their product ltVo winli to call attention to t lie 111nlW ItfJllt product le hueIj ECONOMIST RANGE 4ftc f5Z t 0 ZIJI1i iC t tIt 1 68 h- I z 0rn tp- rc v ECONOMIST RANGEc DOUGLAS SIMMUNS U HARDWARE STOVES FARMING IMPLEMENTS 4 mchlly 1CJeJ+ k G J- ThQ 80utnern Mtu1 Invtnt o OF E INGTONKYIiThe Giant PAYS LIVING BENEFITS l Wherein Life Insurance Companies pays to the estate of the dead kY flA Company is lews than 7 years old and has a greater premium inimnie to the business in force than any J4t1ntiraneo toni any I f4The Amount Paid in Living PenefilB 380000 LifeIPlaced in Uerene and 8urplus S20OOUO i1r Anyone desiring an Investment yielding large returns during life Company offers special advantages l l H SMITH BQWMAN SECRETARY LEXINGTON gy- L 4AT MILLION Local Agent Richmond Ky Y TT Y Y 6 y i7J7Z7 Z7i7i7Z7 i7 PifJ Call in and RENEW YOUR SUBSCRIPTIONJI12 222 L2e22 l Y TY Y IIThe Acorn AirTight Heaters is truly a Ii durable beauty We invite the public to call and examine our beautiful line now on display We also carry a complete stock of ISTBEL V STOmMUiJl1 Wm A rik Ranging in prices from 3 to 30 Dont fail to- P GutteringGthe State has charge of this depariment We are sole agents for the celebrated Old ri Hickory Wagon none better on the market In fact if you need anything in the Tinware Stoves Roofing or Furnishing line it will pay you to see ITAYLOR usIIIIII BROS II MAIN ST RICHMOND KY II fT X X LXeI fflii1c L e rty S Dr iD ge Tile Manufactured celebrated Waco ClayJst Prize at Centen nial Exhibition J876 Prices 50 per cent lower than other factories Tile Drainage Is a Permanent Improvement Inside Diameter Price per VxdF Price of Branches Appror Weight of of Tile feet each r Tile each 3 10OL1101l 6Ib 4 181015J lt t = = 60 z += 13 10 1000060 18 1 r m 000 42 Price 1isfrPQ B Cars at ITactories Hewho causes a blade of grass to grow wherenonegrew before is a true benefactor A well drained farm will cause you to be remembered more favorably than a skyscraping marble shaft Only well drained land produces the largestand best crops and the best investment possible v a Factory at SEW STTtOL lVO Wxco MAD SON COUNTY Kr t l s XXIT TOXC FASZIOXS A chic costume consists of a brown velvet blouse vest closed by fancy gold buttons and brown broadcloth skirt and eton jacket the latter lined with white satin and em broidered with gold Compeiian red and ivory white make delectable combi nationThe decollette bolero makes a pretty finish toa gown One of black velvet seen lately had a white tulle fichu fast ened in the middle back and front by a rosette Hats are as flat as a flitten and trimmed to make them appear even more so Every thing must drop and sprawl Brims are rather piquant The x richest gowns are trimmed with ribbon velvet the rows on the bodice being slightly narrower than those on the skirt An ideal evening gown shown by Lord Taylor is of cloth of gold net over white satin and trimmed with black andgoldembrolderies Around the skirt hem are white chiffon plaitings immounted by a fall of inch eern lace All these materials unite in the bodice which pouches sightly at the belt back and front Turn over COralS arc the latest Lace transparencies for the throat are enriched with gold and ith glittering stones Both long and short wraps are worn Those for evening are extensive both as to length and breadth Fine muslin and dainty lace make prettiest party frocks for children than any of the richer materials Ladies who wore the pret ty lace R Gcorsets during the summer and who find those of contil or satin bru densome any season are still adheringto themfinding them most confortable and plaint and at the same time most graceful and stylish- A lovely evening coat is of white lace over pink poune velvet with trimmings of sable fur and double chiffern plaitings of white Dark blue cloth white sat in gold braid and white lace unite in a beautiful French ified toilet Ladies over fond of the pleasures of the table carry a few of Murrays Charcoal Tablets for indigestion in their bonbonineres Mr A IJ Ditman of Second Barcla street New York supplies them for 25e a box Red broadcloth and black velvet makes a fine costume EVELYN CABLE Great Britain has at last of fered through General Kitch ener not to do various awful things to the Boers if they will surrender and be good But to the amazement of the Britishers the Boers appar ently dont care to be for given Nothing seems to be left for Britain to do now ex cept to prepare to welcome Kitchener when he is recalled from Africa as Roberts was recalled before him The Washington Telephone Company threatened with competition which requires a congressional character has made a fictitious reduction of rates and put free telephones in the houses of the Senators Hence the Senate has hung up the new telephone bill It seems a pity that both Harrison and Cleveland should have withheld their advice until after the election 11 TrIoIng 1Is ndispcnsab1e to athletic h success In training much M tress is laid upon diet care qunntityJ n ennth regularity of meals everyluaufrregulareating ofdigestionno sound health until these diseases are cured Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discoery otherorgirigorousfoodI resulted UCaudiliwas unable to do anything a good part of the conditionhavingvised me tOtakehI Goldcn Medical DiScmcry secondifbeufitiSl TcfY I can V hr Tecoramead it to inedicieDr L tS tf if j j- i 1 P We publish an advertisement of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure in our columns this issue and wish to say to our Teaders that we believe this preparation is worthy of a trial by any person suffering from that agonizing disease We hon estly believe it will do you all the good the manufacturers claim for it Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is prepared by the wellknown and reliable firm ofE C De Witt CoChicago and from our long experiencein a business sense with that firm as advertisers we feel safe in saying that they would not place on themarket aprepara tiOll for the cure of dyspepsia unless they had a remedy of the merit and con- scientiouslybelieved it would cure that almost universal complaintWe add that if this preparation is equal to the other wellknown remedies made by them viz DeWitts Little Early Risers DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve and One Minute Cough Cure it will speedily win its way into pub lie favor We cheefully and heartily give our public endorsement to this concern and the reliability of thegoods theymauu facture which lattej hal been largely the means of their success and in writing this voluntary endorsement our part we feel that we are sim ply performing a duty that we owe our readers Everyone familiar with the workings of the US TPatent Office knows that there are a vast number of applications rejected Some of them are rightfully so but there are others which would be allowed as patents if the proper efforts were used in prosecuting the applications None of them should be given up until E G Sigers PatentLawyer Wash ington D Cjlias had ah op portunity to examine the re jected application and report thereon This he will do free of charge and if he accepts the case will prosecute itwith his fee contingent on success The fact is now generally admitted that Great Britain intends to accept the amend ed canal treaty practically as submitted to it despite Mr Hays tremendous efforts to excite prejudice against it on that side of the water Great Britain is thoroughly satisfied that half a loaf is better than no bread and doesnt care much for Mr Hays mortified feelings Arbitration is all right be tween two powerfulnations but it doesnt seem to work between the weak and the strong The wolf does not arbitrate with the lamb the Briton with the Boer nor the allies with John Chinaman The reciprocity treaties so carefully negotiated by Mr McKinleys com missionerare said to be doomed to failure As amatter of fact they never did have any chance They were a bluff intended to fool the country and they succeed ed very well in their object Persons who suffer from indigestion can not expect to live long because they cannot the food requited to nourish the body and the product of the undi nested foods they do eat poison the blood It is important to cure indiges tion as soon as possible and the best method of doing tht is to use the preparation known as Kodol Dysnepsia Cure It digests what you eat and re pertecthcalth Secretary Root is wise in refusing the Lawshe report to the Senate It would proba lily show how badly the public has been skinned by the chosen friends of McKinley Hanna et al and that would never do When threatened by pneumonia or any oMier lung trouble prompt relief totJelayWeCough Cure be taken ns soon as indica lions of having taken cold are noticed It cures quickly and its early use pre vents consumption Perry Thomas No Anxious Reader there is no danger of the country suffering from the locking up of an enormous surplue in the Treasury The G O P will take care to dissipate any surplus that may be on hand Pepsin preparations often fail to re indigestion because they can di gest only albuminous foods There is one preparation that digests all classes DyspepsiaCuregestion and gives Instant relief for it digests what you cat Perry Thomas Next summer the ice man will probably justify the height of his rates by a gentle re minderof the mildness of the present winter The most soothing healing and an tiseptic application over devised isDe Witts Witch Hnzfl Salve It relieves at once and cures piles sores eczema and skin difensos Beware of imita tions Perry Thonrtts ajifunnymayor in office at Atlantaand that jokes in regard to the former ones thirst should be conspicuously marked exft tittleEarlyRisersthie are wonderfully ffTectivei hV cleansing the liver ami bowels Perry aNd Thomas I J7j cki t mous tt RoasiC F Coff AUBUCKLE BROS Notion Dept New York City NY The low pricejv v at which Arbuckles famous i roasted coffee can be sold is made possible by its enormous sale It should not be classed with the inferior imitations sold at a cent a pound less than Arbuckles1 It has a quality greatly superior to these imitations and makes many more cupfuls to the pound No other Ifirm in the world can buy coffee to sgood advantage as the producers of Arbuckles Coffee No other coffee is cleaned roasted or blended with such great care and skill When you buy Arbuckles you get better quality and greater value than you can get in any other coffee at anywhere near the same price You afso get with each package a definite part in some useful article Full information with each package JO Save the signatures We are glad to note thatnot even the hazers at West Point went so far as to compel the plebes to eat embalmed beef Mr Tesla says that he ex- pectS to learn how to communicate with Mar sooner or later Several times before however Mr Tesla has found himself unable to communicate with results The army staff is fighting desperately to retain its pow ers For sears it has blocked all reform measures Its ri diculous organization was di rectly responsible for the suffering in the Spanish war This week will probably decide whether it can win again or not rtroniZB llo InSUr 11Ca roJlertyinInstitutionOlvesFIRE LIGHTNING AND TORNADO No assessment calls on members when losses occur to other members and no initiation fee charged to become a member of company The cheapest and most reliable company for the people of our county now operating In the falllngtoonehalf PADAMShouse with the County Judges Richmond Ky may2ilyWiLL 300 FREE Tile OermnnAiner lean Doctors the Celebrated M ilwau kee Ppccialisip Will Send 300 Worth tf SpecialTreatment Each of our Readers pbyiansworth of special NervepllIItomach worthy of ierioas consideration As all amlcted readers may have I00 worth of treatment especially prepared for their case FREE with full directions we will advise them to write for It at once Address the Ger symDtomsstrictly confidential Plain envelopes use alto plain wrappers for the packages contain ing medicine OEBMAMAMEKICAN DOOTOIIS declOly 90 Mason St Milwaukee Vtls ISfEWSAND OPINIONS OF National Importance ALONE eOa 1okc I Daily by mail 6 1 1 Daily and Sunday 8 + tThe Sunday Sun Is the greatest Sunday Newspaper in the World j yt t Price 5 cents a copy i By mail 2 a year ADDRESS f v THE SUN7W4 NEWYORK a GLt i2 g p JAPANESE p rb CUREijibtcfIUPlOSllOnUSBoxes of Ointment A never f1U1nrt Cnro tor PU ItmakesanopemuonwIth 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will cer tainly piove profitable to ypu to get thy prices be disposingofanytbingin A b bOTTN- ear L N Depot RICHaiONDKY bctlOtf TIMEINGFINEWATCIIS3 L E LANE 1 r aQ e xxart All Work luaranteedMain Street- RICHMOND KY L 1f7I m u7l7I7ILEXINGTON VETMET O- V == Pays You 300 for Every Dollar Invested + t t Branchoffice front room over Joplins furniture store e L P TODD MGR ffiFffiu 7 GRAND DISPLAY OF HUGGlfSJ PHAETONSJCARRIAGES1 Greet the optics of all that visit the Kentucky Carriage Works Never before since the foundation of these Works have we displayed such a complete line of vehicles as we now carry in stock A gaurantee goe with every vehicle that leaves the shop A visit to our WorkS will convince you that the above statements are true Ety arrge iarb JOIiNOONBLSoN r1- Z1 i T DRY GOODS t t tELDERS BARGAiNSJOREOur Department cWe are showing the largest lineof t CLOAKS j CAPES COLLARETTES competitionv t DONT FAlL TO INSPECT OUR OlohIg QUtJHa1 ana a s OUR PRICES ARE RIGHTI FOUR MIllllUBT DMT12IT Is in full blast You are requested to inspect our stock New shapes handsomely trim jwmcd strikingly effective and unequaled for quality style and price We guarantee perfect satisfaction in every particular er GOODitrTo which we invite your inspection Cork Screws Sets Cigar Cases Seta Collar Buttons lie18 per dozen Jt Piles SS Sand Itcts y 12inch Compass Saws locts- IdInch Band Saws 40cts st upPhotoDover Egg Beaters Sets Plate Handles Bets Die Iron Spoons 3 5 and Sets Cooking Forks 3 to Sets 12 White Swiss Ties Sets Tin Bucket and Shovel 5 ti COcoanut Grater 4cla Tin Battles 2 and Sets upI 4 and Sets Cabinet Brass Easels lOcts tsY4tCan Openers Ccts Gem Dime BanksJOcts Set of a b c Blocks lOcts Curling Irons 3 to Sets Bird Cage Springs Screw Hooks Acts per dozen Bator Wets- Tracing Wheels Sets Trunk Locks Wets 8inch Drawing Knife 25 eta vopSafety per dozen Pins lc per paper npCake PowderlOde1RubberRattlesl0cts ItTea Bells lOcts Graters Iec Coat and Rat Hook IScts per doz Note Books 158 10 and 15ctITable Spoons 6cts 8 Tea Spoon 4cU- 33Inch Brass Extension Sash Rod WctsEMincing Knives lOcta Brushes 15 20 and 25c 1 dozen Wax Tapers for lighting lie Cottage Barometer and Thoomomet ers comblnedlctIr t Picture Hooks Seta per dozen Tack Pulleys Seta CarpenterBehFaced ClaW TIara men cts- SblngllJiIt Hatchets Wets- MagnecticTack Hammers beta Shoe Brushes bet up upCalogneShears 67 8 1015 and Wets Leather Back Horse Brushes 2ct30 Sheets of Note Paper good Sets 5 Envelopes a bargain Sets upVall 2S KM Wire Broilers Sets upTinTin Dippers Sets Wash Pans lOct We have an assortment of Tinware andGranlteware Be sure and see it Swansdown Whitting white and pink Sets per box Buggy Whip bets Comb of all kin- dnandkercblerleup aTln Pint Cups BctR He sure and asic for McCalls Patterns Tea Strainers 3cts Ribbons Ic per yard np upHooks of 2 doz pairGoldPaperetteso i015SOand Wets A popularWhisk Brooms 8 and bets upSterlingCoffee Pots 9c Dust Pans Picture Frame all styles iron a Photo 8x7 Frame to a large 18i themBottleBrass Headed Tacks Sets upMachineInk4dMucllage4ct Dolls Sets up wW y RespecUu1lySubuIttedV ELDER RICHMOND KY EI mNEW YEAR mJ IRSUGGETISHOME II DEPENDS ON 8 THEL FURNITURE l everyJ1fastidiEi rm IEsee them We know you will stocklfI 8 House in Central Kentuckyl lf ii It willonlybe a short time until Christmas and is we will endeavor to have a Stock from m which all may selectijs 6 6j t D m- ijLeath G6uehes7 f3 i1 Nice Rockers fi1 Dressing Tables tII 8 CitingDesksiii m Chairs cI1II LI rn- iii We havea complete Qeq L + s t ++++++4 44 + + tt++ tji1 +++ tIv +4 4IiImadeIiItn fJ eq t ttcarry nothing but pods that os I i IWe prombes DOT FORin UsjII froi II W OLDHAMJccEss I Day Phone 76NiPtbt138 f It rrJI r1Jrt Jr TrItJIr l rrrr Jr rw frLL re iS 0