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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r T 1 i z t ltP 1Ji1PJ r 2 J c t r v = = II 4 X 0 1 = r I0- I THE RICHMOND CLIMAX J H 4 votUM r i i FIRICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 13 1901 NUMBER 38tPROFESSIONAL CARDS ATOt R E ROBERTS ATrOHNKYAMAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY oiceoverCflnsxOflcuWith Jas B Mc Preanr Second Street r Rw MILLER ATTOaSRYiTtAW RICHMOND KBCXT Office In the Burnam Building next door to arinerl National Bank eb3ly SULLrvAL JA ATTORX EV ATLXw RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office over State Bank Trust Co op posite Court House on Main Street J C DlL OHENAULTY ATTORNEYS AT LAW KENTUCKY RICHMOND Office on Second street over Chen tilts groceryV W R LETCHER AttorneyatrLaWi llgcI1MOD KESTUCKY Office with T J Smith Jr over Covington Mitchells TAL30T JACE20N J ATTORN EYATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY rOfflce In Prather Building Main Street rPETSICIANS DKS GIBSON GIBSON PllKSKTANK AND SURGEOA RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office in the loe CVilini btuldme and 20 See and Street ore ft Bite t old drugstore 27 CHAS C HOOKER i VETERINARY SURGEON Ontario VeterinaryCollege rGraduatt trynd Sterility a Specialty ojOSce at my liable on corner First and Water Streets Richmond Ky pr7Iy fl o ASPER M DV Medicine an TSurRery Office Prather Buildine Main Street Telephone at residence the Carr pUce on llroadway RICHMOND KENTUCKY W EVANS M D c PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON RICHMOND KENTUCKY DENTAL STOBEaT DT 1at11t ODS01 OENTIT OF LOUISVILLE KY 3Offica next door to Government Building Richmond Ky Office hours9 to BJ to 4 novnly Dr toiiisiff Landman NoSOS Weat Ninth Street Cincinnati Ohio will be at Hotel Glyndon Richmond Ky on WEDNESDAY FEB 13 1901 returning every second Wedne day o each month Reference every physician of RIch- mond Kyznayl17 Mine HAMILTON LADIES TAILOR AND DRESSMAKING Accordeon and je Knif- eRichniqc Plaiting Ky septl9tf 0 Our Goods ANDOU 1 p lCPSI Compel you to trade withus when you give uSa trial i13Vhl 1 tJt1- a1DJIm nib i The ladies cannot be dece ed by catchy phrases nor bombastic claims All we have to say is we buy in the best markets of the world select the latest r goods and when you buy you know you have the latest uptodate goods Is that what you want If so trade wi- thANDb3OI 4+ +CLLL AT4 + ++ iffES MERSHWf + 3111PLW4- I Yggtf Of T0V I Coolest and m fre hiDg tijat b fun4 I of rink I in the city aia- eI uO 00 1d Iinilo1erk I rt 1Ji 1L J fU1- Ph a VVVV- 1IifPi r i EYE TESTS withoutCharge Our glosses correct directive visiin uiul relieve hemlache cause by nervous strain We determine the right lens by the nlil of scientific treatment ti+ + o Tame ++ + + + + + + + ++ +NVliirh fit neburatelymimid secuielv atnuxlnrate Gogglesaml Smoked Glasses at low prices F J YEAGER THE BEST PAPER Published in the United States for Democrats and for LL readers is th- aTwiceaWeek CourierJournal The equal of many dallies and thesupriorof all other teralweeklTes or weeklies Issued Wednesday and Saturday 101 copies a year and you get it for ouly 100 A YEART- he Wednesday issue Is devoted to News Matters the Saturday issue to Hone Matters A liberal commission to Agents Sample copies cheerfilly sent free to all who will ask for them Write to- HIOURIE JOURNAL Lonlsvillo Ky BY SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT YOUV CAO1TT1- ERICHMOND CLIMAX AND THE- TwiceaWeek CourierJournal Both One Year for Only 150VThis Is for cash subscriptions only All sub scriptions under this combination offer must be sent through the CLIMAX office rATTENTmN PLEA E ++ + +++ + 44+ + ++ + +++ To Our Pretty i IWALL PAPER J + AC ttentlonWbeginning of a new year as will as the 20th Century tnat we are en tleavoiing to keep np with prngresa oft nit Ibis ytar by enlarging our stock of t AIALLPAFERV DECORATITE GOODS So this season we win be able to show and furnish you any and all of the choicest and prettiest designs As we Lave bought an extensive stock direct from the manufacturers and can furnish you Wall Papers ranging in prices from the cheapest to the finest and most elbaorate design ant fel confident we can sat ktV your wants in this line We will ai furnish Wall Moulding to match any shade oS Wall Paper you t may select and will cheerfully fur fish estimates on work In this line K Free of Charge 2 We respectfully invite you to call at onr Drug Store on Main Street and see onr wallpaper and get prices before buying as we can ourjyou money and we will take uis In walt ng IIpon you and wants Oar prices are the lowest Thanking yon in advance we are Yours respectfully I PERRY THOMAS J Wall Paper CoJW L LEEDS Painter and Decorator c ITjantt PHONE 75Y sANm SOUTHERN RfllLMY tKTTJdCY CcuiinMi Sciehlt Is Efftct May 20 1100 EASTBOUND No L No1 No3 LT LouUvllle 745am 400pm 745pm Ar Sheibyville910am i3Ipm 005pm Ar LarencebgV 850am ISptn 45pm- 1016amAr Versailles 847pm IttOlpm- ia45amAr Lexington 716pm 1030pm wrsaOuzcrsVNo6 No 2 No 4 Lv Lexingtoniam t5pm smnm Ar VersaillesV 7r5am5C2pm 535am JgamArAr LouUTllle 1040am 74Dpm 7f UST ODND WISTBOOHn fco lllNn 111 8TATIOHS NTh No 400pm 745am 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XSiI5SVl1tnot a4lt e LR1octea- lturt1a dt17 Yar aM eOsII x Sf4Wi1Jfa7ey Zt- M ie4iI siC3P SII a4f IiI OrwaI1L u G W- r IA r TA PJtf f FOR PRESIDENT GENERAL byDaughters can Revolution Mrs Charles Warren Fair banks wife of the senior Sen atm from Indiana c3the choice of a large number of Daughters of the American Revolution to be presented for nomination at the tenth annual congress of the Na DaughtelStion for the office of president general The selection is re garded in every way a happy one Mrs Fairbanks joined the society in the third year of its organization and has always been an earnest work ers During her residence in Washington she has been a member of the national rd serving faithfully upon sever exaetingcommittees Among these are the committee on the war and on the Continental Hall She is also chair man of the programme com congressShe laving been connected with several important organiza tins andbasshpwn practical kiio ledgE of parliamentary lawMrs airbanks now holds the position of president of the Womans League of the National Junior Repu hue an- disa director of the general federation of Womens Clubs Sh6 ia a woman of courteous dignity fine presence charm ing personalit3and impresses all with her strong good pur pose andhighsentiments of justice At a meeting of Daughters of the American Revolution held in Washington D 0 difIferent parts of the country vere represented by resident members of the society and others here temporarily they came to the following conclu sions That it is wise to adhere to the established precedent of selecting what has been termed a national woman for the dis tinguished honor of president general of the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Con sidering this thewisest policy we ask the cooperation of members of the Society throughout the Union to con tinue in a line that has been so unprecedentedly success ful a departure from which might pro veto be disastrous experimentopening the door fordissentionandstrife It is wise because such a choice would be neither sec tional political factional nor accidentalA woman as inter preted by this society is not the woman who asserts her own claims but One who with out regard to party his borne a share of the distinguished honors of the country in public life as wife of a United States official and it is such a woman whom the society should ask to accept the honor it has to o1erVIn accordance with the above principles the name of A Wife Says Vcliavcfourcliildrent- hree Witt the first suffered almost unbearable pains from i2toJ4koudhdtopiaccdvndthe bottles of Mothers Friend bdore out lad child came which 13 strong fat and heathy boy doing- myhouscwotk up towithin two hours of birth andsuf Cued but a few hard pajn This fbi meat is thegrand rcmedyevcrmak Mothers Friend wjll do for every woman wkit k did for tMtaeeota mother who write the above let ter Not to ute it during pregiurxy k Mhtake to be paid foE ia pt and nitaiyg Metier Friend eqvle the pafckat with itroog body and dear krtefltcf wkfcfc it Mini aK impacted to Ae chilL It r Ix JAc nitcles and allows them to expand ev JMIIIifte MthMM aJm t k pug at the CpII COCNflIJ In feeMdWoa for tile Mel fcew M that tie ames iult pnoCtbIywDM a o WIICM MrS 8rames Is aIIl- lwrHGMWY is cs r- 5dey a DraflcMi MM AMIiMrs 9MMHI fir Si a kvtMvi lU luiili 3UgihrHrC At1k Si 1eM j un Mrs Fairbanks was suggested and a committee of seven ladies was arpointed to wait upon her ancl7 btain her con sent to the use of her name The committee obtained the following resp nse fromMrs Fairbanks From the fact that Ihave received numerous letters bearing upon this matter I have already given it serious thought and consideratiom From the statements of your committee and the warmth of assurance by which you have represented the feeling of many Daughtersof the Ameri can Revolution from various sections of the country I feel impelled to accede to your wishes The promise of your hearty cooperation in all the stupendous work which would devolve upon me were I elect ed your president has helped me in deciding to allow mj name to be usedWashing ton Post Sunday December 30 1900 Recent experiments show that nil enmpIteidigestedDyspepsia Cure which absolutely digests what von eat As it is time only combination of nil the natural digest ants ever devised thn demand for it bss become enorrnon It line never failed to cure the very worst eases of Indiires unit soil It always gives instant relief Perry tTliomnp NEW YORK FASHIONS Small bishop sleeves willI be in vogue this spring Flowers of all kinds espe cially roses are plentifully used in the garniture of even ing gowns Linen fawn diaity batiste and cambricwill all be used for shirt waists A very frisky tinte cape is ofwhite and gold turkish em broideries It is elaborately lined with white satin There is a fine new trunk on the market It is bulged both at top and sides and has a wooden hanger inside upon which everything can be placed and transported per pendicularly It is fully illustrated and described in a neat book which will be for warded to anyone who applies to the Innovation Trunk Co 513 Fifth avenue N Y Cuffs are returning to fa vor but the soft stock has entirely superseded the linen collar It is not hurtful to tile neck and is infinitely more becomingYokes not be seen upon shirt waists this year A pretty evening gown is of crepe de chine striped with satin at regular intervals in a way to resemble bands of rib born It is much garlanded with roses The Josephine carriage wrap is a great leader Lord Taylor shows it in a superb development of orangecol ored cloth and black satin with buttons of combined jet and satin Washgoods waists will be much tucked New short walking skirts have two groups of stitching pet close together EVELYN CABLE For the weakness and prostration fol lowidg grippe there nothincso prompt and effective as One Minnto Cough Cure This preparation is highly en dorsed as JIH uuliiilinp remedy for nil throat anti lung troubles and its early use prevents consumption It was made to cure quickly Perry tThomas SIZES IT UP An exchange has the early to bed proverb sized up as follows Early to bed and early to rise does very well for sicK folks and guys but it makes a man miss all the fun till he dies and joins the stiffs that are gone to theskies Go to bed when you please and lie to you ease for youll die just the same of some Latin diseaseSorltlnarlpillsLittln Early Risen They are the befit little liver pills ever made Perry k Thomas It now seems that Queen Victoria sent w personally to President McKInley some two years ago thatshe would greatly regret to see the Philippines fall into thehands of and nation except th- eUniStates That ex plains the present situation ofJless The original qHickly cures piles ores Rini all skia Ateeawe Perry k 4 Tbnim Crazy SwUtf Juw bMnar r d1N9W for Cnur JTiv toL VV VVS consumption is destruction of lung bya growing germ precisely as mouldycheese is destruction ofcheese by a growing germ If you kill the germ you stopthe consumption You can or cant according to when you begin Take Scotts Emulsion of Ood Liver Oil take a little t first It acts as a food it is the easiest food Seems not to be foodmakes vou hungryeating is comfortable You grow strong I moretakenot too much enough is as muchas you like andagrees with you Satisfy hunger with usual food whatever you like and agrees with you When you are strong again have recovered your strengththe germs arc dead you have killed them If you have not tried It send agreeabletaste SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409 Pearl St New York 50c and 100 all druggists THE FARMER Wilan Wilton in Hardford Republican The farmer is another in despensable characterand we are well agreed that we could not well get along without him The doctor will feed you on physic the lawyer will feed you on gas and the par son is not all stingy with his cold shoulder but when it conies to the actual necessities of life we all with one accord look to the farmer for a sup ply Editors may cartoon him they may paint for his chin long whisUersand crown him with a fid of hay They may put big boots on his feet andswing huge spectacles on the end of his nose until lie looks like a bull frog with blind bridles on but still they must look to him for their daily bread Theatrical folks and other clowns who make their living by making others laugh look to his callous bands to produce the corn that makes the Old Crow that stimulates them to display a sufficient amount of nerves to tide them on to success Even the pickpocket who is noted for his great demonstrations of dignity lowers tile stand ard of his profession when he meets him and finds him so convenient that in stead of picking his pocket he takes the first one he comes to So we find that in more ways than one this man of the field is a very useful gentleman But notwithstanding his flow ing whiskers and his honest grin he is still not always dead to the vain pomp and glory of the world There is still some pride of the eye about him and often he is so in love fith the root of all evil that he gives unmistakable evidence of being a member of the First families of the coun tryAdam He is most usu ally a very pious sanctimon ious gentleman especially in his own community but when tm takes his produce to town and gets his money for it there is no tellingjust exactly what he would do and how he will invest his cash before he returns to his own stamping ground He will go into a saloon and buy a bottle not that he cares to drink it him self but it is right handy to have about the house in case of sickness and then the old woman can make some cam phor when that familiar drug is needed He is also very apt to go to the concert han and look at all the girls but of course he does not care to have any thing to do with them himself but he goes simply to inform himself so thathe can warn the young girls of his comm nity to stay away fro n such pkcM rid paint th- eafil picture to his wife H U u U17 a church member a 4Wc rfr aipri J in tar = co t ing the parson eat with him especially if spring chickens are large enough to fry He is very religious while the reverend gentleman is around deluges his wife with kisses and declares her to be the sweetest and best woman in the world and actually says that if lIe had it all to do over again he would do it the same way with pleasure He scolds Johnnie for saying high low jack and the game and as sures the parson that he is at jrloss to know how he learned such awful language unless he has heard some of the neighbors boys using it for there never was a pack of cards on his place You can not please him better than to elect him to the office of dea con He feels the importance of his position in a high sense learns to talk down in his his throat affect a tear ilk church and offers thanks at the table Feeling also the dignity connected with the office it is no doubt that he will invest in an eight dollar Prince Albert coat and a celluloid collar to wear to church on Sunday He is a very foxy gentleman in some particu lars and without standing the book says to the pure all things are pure He seems to regard the merchant with a great deal of suspicion and it is a hard thing for him to do to have confidence in any man engaged in such a business To speak to him of an honest merchant is to utter a stupen duo s paradox He is himself a man of integrity asa matter of course and if any one is so presumptious to doubt his veracity tle fact that he is the man with the hoe should settle all doubts at once Hemay put the best apples on top of the barrel when he brings them to mar ket but that is simply a cus tom that farmers have and nothing wrong should be thought of that After all with all his goodness he is not an angel and I doubt about him having ability to rake up kinship with the second Adam But even that may be true and we are frank to admit that there are others and we are glad to know that he is still a saint compared with some He is at least a necessary evil and that is more than we can say for many Cuba having repudiated the Spanish debt incurred for funds to use in conquering her the lobby is now moving on Congress some resolution which will permit Cubas foreign complications to be settled in the United States If this goes through the debt holders will get their money The grip isnt like gout or appendicitis It is no respecter of pers- onsCrouchinq lIneverycoughtherelurks Itiger the probabilities 4 of consumption The throat aird lungs becomes rough and in J9 flqmed from coughing and gj j the germs of consumption find an easy F entrance Take no chances with the danV 1 gerous foe la there irs For been 60 fect cure What yearsJ ord Sixty years of ehormPQetoraI soothes and heals the wounded throat and lungs You escapean at tack consumption with all its terrible suffering and uncertain results There is nothing so bad for thethroat and lungs as coughing A2Sc bottle will cure anordinarycough hard r ercoughswilineedaSocsize cheapest In the long run splttJnglIloodkbvery IB W could hardly tee any gtoa eTlire In him The doctors dhtaogoodyoer ButonoboMJeof eured Mm sad COA3DKB90- XUtrWUW Nkwis JJJiir WrM netw K n r =irtflJ seweuII O S tTHt a N OPENS WITH A ts INEW STORE NEW GOODS 3 t In the City of Richmond in the McCANN BUILDING ON WEST tocPRICES f f DRY G CQL NOINZ OL HQELI HAL EI SOME OF OUR PRICES tJW ShveJs CoUr upITable P d Tubul r lanteru Butcher knives luc Oaepouml butter upIMens half hose 5c Ladles hose Be Men hantkerr Lvllefc hi nclkf Coffee srahers Har eyes A1I1t Our Stock has been carefully selected will sold strictly for CASH Starting with the ic e And adhering to it will enable us popular prices on these Goods We shall pleased to greet the Madison County and give cordial invitation to to come and inspect New Stock Mci- BIQ Main Street JJ nJIUIIfuttaln pairS gCASH SYSTEM goodsbuyers LEE SMITHA IMQ JJJCLOTHING seA 7I 7Wffi 71 7i m 7i 7F1 ffi + 1ifiZ7Z7Z7Z7Z70i70i70 7i77Z7i7ZS ffi OREAT Cl SING OUT SALE p 4Zp zzz 6 iWe are compelled to remove in 30 days in order to build and to avoid removing our stock we have CUT THE PRICES ALL TO PIECESV w We have the largest stock of New Suits Overcoats and Underwear for Men and Boys ever opened in Rich mond Call andselect what you want at your own PRICE line m Suits Suit i The Oldest Clothier Tailor Suits to measure during this AT COST 7f ffi F71 71 71 7 girjtH To Corner three doors below the I- wi Post Office make room forf Spring Sumnte Stock I will make Suits for cash only J- J the low J I- tJ prices 2500 Suit forOOO 2800 2250 30 00 It 25 00 8200r u 27 50 as 00r 3010 ttIAU of our higher priced d a redaction including OrerconU which we will make 8tT ABOUT COST to Inspect our line of JTrouecrlng We a great re IlSuction this tine +++++t GnaraBtf ed Perfect lt TK Hd Work II + ttiiJtolleRall t ++ + ISSTWJT THE T ORY VV JIO t tFcaa pins per box Ic to Sc Hooks Aul per doe Ic Taik hawnet 5IOc upJ3ackfiigMachi eollfrc I SrwdrfyerscIIppers per set I Sunpenpers S49c upOent Children shoes specialty 4fIl and be to make be of a all our ND NT KY z s ss I Latest styles in Suits and Overcoats styles in Boyts Suits and Overcoats Largest of iifNOTHINGtt to Everybody at W sTouFFERin Richmond and fit guaranteed sale 7171 4 711 e Removedi- t BOURNE J to f Jat following J ROod rgreat our J make I 1 Sect Mens Latest I a 4 VIGOHMEN MAGNETIC NERVIF estorEWTItIISLnfl Vlulltr Kannn Pobllltr laiamnla ralllor Memory awl sU I iieuc nnd all Weaknouo recalling from sarly vr later nnya4dressoarsplsIpItThacnn For sale by Stockton t Hagan Druggists decWIr PITTBURGd CENTRAL STOCK YARDSj EAST LIBERTY PA OFFER SUPERIOR ADV M AGE5 to 5HjpPfR J Yards have been enlarge andrearranged It is the nearest point to the Eastern Market Best DistributinprToint JSast of IndianapolisNfor Baltimore Washington New York and all Easter markets Good buyers always in attendance for export cattle aid tall other kiad of stocks CoM4fHm nt for Com kifl Ira given prompt teutloD i VArJSA1Z Yc CanopeaenSnentstirsIcup Richmondand K Vatln 1j p = rnJIJLLI MIII Yi a I IUlTn4 t ns 0f 11n 4W yt f Vf r1 A l iT f t i ftciinondClirnai It VD tILLER uEditor Proprietor Manager H5MCKELS Associate EditorF4R0S 1 L WEDNESDAY FEB 13 1001 J POBUSUXUKVKKV WEDNESDAY BY The Climax Printing Co PRICK PElt YEAR 160 DEMOCRATIC TICKET you JDDOK N B TURPIN VOn COUNTY ATTORNEY 3 TETJIS COBB FOX 8HBB1- FFJOIIinr WAGERS l jAI JAilKB OiLACKEY rca CLBKK JESSE COBB FOB KEFRKSEXTATIVB CIIAS L SEABGY 1Yo SCHOOL SDFEBIlrrBXDEXT J W JYAGEBS FOR A88KSSOB GEORGE NOLAND ran 8DBVKTOR S P HOOK FOB COBONBB CLIFF SAMU- ELSANNOUNCEMENTS I FOR CITY ATTORNEY We authorized to announce J TALBOT JACKSON a candidate for reelection to the office of City Attorney subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce A C WELLS a candidate for the nomination of City Attorney subject to the action ot the Demo I caatis party a We are authorized to announce W R LKTt UER Jr a candidate for City Attorney j subject to the action of the Democrat pearly OLD Kentucky catches it in the neck everywhere At a recent national con vention of merchant tailors held in Philadelphia a pair of trousers was ex hibited by a Louisville firm with two immense hip pockets one shaped to I contain a sixshooter the other to hold a flask of the elixir of life They at tracted widespread attention and left the northern sartorial artists under the impression that nil pautnloons worn by Kentucky gentlemen were shaped by the same pattern Give a dog a bad lume you know and that will do the- Ist TilE free and unlimited use of the good bbot gun Is the platform on which tIe Finley fmnilv stand Charles now journing iu Indiana is not the only JllIber of his family who believes that the end justifies the means The Shot wll case in which a number of felons I if this illustrious tribe in a cowardly sneaking cold blooded manner blew up with dynamite the house of Holla IYhitt thereby killing and wounding a of innocent parties Was tried at Willianibburg Thursday nod resulted in a hung jury Ten of the jurymen stood for ccuvictinn but two men in the face of the overwhelming evidence against the anarchists voted for acqnital One of them was Henry Finley Charlies uncle We are of tile I opinion that this family should be transported to the Fiji islands whom murder is ftisliionable They would make good citizens 1hI4rt- I t JOY and forrow go ever hand In- hand In this world of ous Last week t all Europe was plunged in tears and I mourned the loath of a Queen Today wedding bells peal merrily holiday costumes are donned and the continent Jr rejoices in the nuptials of another Queen Wilhelmina of Holland the fairest and most promising bud oft royalty that has assumed throne since r the day Victoria was crowned has chosen her contort for life and the bans t have been published and the bonds bound The position of Irinco Con sort is by no moans an enviable one any friction between the royal family could render the position almost an un bearable one Let us trust that Wil litlmina will take for her model the life of her illustrious sister sovereign who hasjustgono to God and may her devotion to her people and her hus band be such as to stamp her more Ulan Queen a woman CFloMCo LEXINGTON KY Speaking pf EntertainmentsDid that the first of this month rang up the curtain on as beautiful a group of itj Furniture Wall Paper Carpets Draperies Wood Mantel As has ever beeri pre sented to the Lexington public Every one of these de parts is a Starandwe can truthfully say thai in the seventeen year it has been our pleasure to present them to you that never have thej been betterablein stock arrangement stylequal ity and price Jo servE you than they are this season Come + i Se lTs EJ rower EoIJ e4eL1hAJ1I MAIN AND 11W11 WAY I Ky1 S ric iL1Zt r2 I HEXKV YonrsEV the famous Goebel murder suspect ia Henry YouUey no more lie ia now No 1566 of tho Frankfort penitentiary Last Wednesday he donned the stripes and assumed the shorn bead and the other usual customs and costumes of a convict Guilty though be be it impossible to contemplate his lifelong incarceration in this living death without a shudder of pity But not so much to Yonteey does our sympathy go out as to his brave and faithful wife who with in finite fortitude has stood by him to the end It id always the innocent victims whosuQer most and Mrs Youtseys sad lot preys on the feelings of us nil She is the chief sufferer by Yontseys mad ness and her husband should have thought of her before heattempted the folly of plotting to overturn a States government and unseating by primitive methods its Chief Executive A great many of us think too late Youtsey i a one of them OKLAHOMA is the coming country Shes bound to come Iu the last ftw years though only a territory her population has grown until now it ex cceds eight of tLo adjacent States According to reports it is a land of milk and honey and few who emigrate there tarn to seek new pastures Itformerly had a pretty tough reputation and was noted for the breezy times one might Hud within its borders but the ter rorizers who once infected it have pone to a warmar clime and peace and pros perity now reign within its grassy con fines A waveof emigration has swept steadily there claims staked or land bought and the soil tilled which it is saul is bringing forth fruit a hundred fold A happy prosperous people now dwell there on its wide rolling plains and instead of being synonymous with Ore and sword as it once was the name of Oklahoma is now suggestive of plenty and honesty It will doubt lessbe the next State admitted to the Union Kentucky will be proud to welcome her Mns NATION is not so worthy after all Popular enthusiasm at the beginning of her career endowed her with all sortx of imaginary virtues tbat in the after light of cold facts It appears she does not possess It is growing plainly evident at this writing that she is no martyr that her heroics are mock ones and that she is merely a celebrity limiter Her second husband an honest sober gentleman charges her with desertion and shows her up in her true colors In an interview he says she bid him farewell with these words You are too old Pap to take this trill Carrie told me when she started st go back home and tale care of the place wbile lm away What makes me angry is that she smashes saloons because her first husband died of drink and she keeps toll lug me that I mav do the same She claims to have visions of the Lord and I have found her at night talking with an unseen being who she claimed was Christ Her rampages have cost me close on to 5200 I have followed her around for five weeks and now I am sick of the whole business THE billion dollar session is the name by which history shall designate this term of the present Congress by reason of the reckless expenditure which has characterized it The artny and navy bills and tlje vast pension appro priation has rolled up the grandsum total of 1000000000 A nice little exI pen e account indeed The Republi cans try to explain the matter but we cant ste it their way It seems un natural to think that it is going to require 100000 men to catch n few half starved niggers in the Philippines but McKinley thinks it will Likewise it looks a little strange to us that the pension list should be larger now than at any time since the civil war It appears that the pensions of many ot the veterans have become hereditary and are being continued to the third and fourth generation In short new official are being appointed daily new offices being created for them and sinecure after sinecure is being provided for the faithful and the progeny thereof The purse strings to the treasury are being fearfully pulled The government is being touched at a rapid rate Uncle Samuel you are about to be busted PERSONAL Miss Mollie Fife has left for Mardi GrasMr Harry Stout was in Paris last week Dr T J Taylor was in Winchester Iastweek 4 Mr Nep Cobb of CynthianaWas here lastweek Attorney Bush visited Stanford relatives lastweek Miss Mary Tribble visited Lexington friends last week Mr Ed Rowland Danville was in town last week Mr Owen Strother of Louisville spent Sunday here Miss Nell Mershon of Stanford is visiting friends here Miss Bessie McGinn of Versailles wae in town Saturday Mrs J Stone Walker entertained at cards Monday evening Mr A B Oldham of Mt Sterling was in town last week Dr L H Landman will be at tho Glyndon Hotel today Mr Curtis F Moberley of Fayette Is visiting his family here Mrs Brooks of Versailles has been visiting Mrs Mat S Cohen Miss Emma Reese of Louisville is the guest of Mrs C T Wells Mrs Hampton of Winchester visited Mrs R E Little this week Mrs Joe B Willis of Crab Orchard has been visiting friends here Mr James T Shackelford Jr is at home ou a yisit to his parents Miss Eva Topmey is visiting Miss Hatrte Warner of Nicholasvilie Miss Dora Mnrpheyof Nicholasvilie is the guest of Miss MayTaylor Dr May Phelps and wife of Hen derson are visiting relatives here Judge J M Benton of Winchester attended Circuit Court here last week Mr Howe O Cecil of Harrodsburg C U 05lu visiting old college friends here Miss Redmon of Bourbon county is visiting Mrs Kit Clienanlt Jr near townMiss Susan Me Robert has returned to Danville yrom a visit to Miss Julia digging Mrs IL C Shipp of Georgetownhas been visiting her sister Mrs W D Oldham Mrs Emma Gregory is visiting her daughter MrgIl M Shaw of Wla cbestecTh Jl5litiM p cIl c 7 ir Iu II Ttj4fft7IlRtAkJ III Americas Greatest Spring LVIodicine met with Mr and Mrs V II Hobson Friday evening Miss Anne Freeman has returned from a visit to Mrs Margaret White of Danville Miss Anne Bennett entertained number of young lady friends Saturday afternoon Messrs Fountain and Rayburn Rice have gone to Oklahoma on a prospect ins tour Mrs L J Frazee leaves this week to chaperone a party from St Louis at Mardi Gras Mr J W Smith is at hotae from a cattle buying expedition through Cell tral Kentucky Miss Nellie Patton of Mt Sterling visited Mrs William D Oldham a few days last week Miss Marion Phelps of Louisville has returned home from a visit to Miss Carlyle Walker Mr Hood Little of Louisville Is vis iting his mother Mrs B E Little on Lancaster avenue Mr D A Chenault of Lexington was the guests of Richmond relatives several days last week Mrs Douglas Thomasof Parisjvisited her daughter Miss Bessie Thomas of Madison Institute last week Miss Marie Sawyer of Cumberland Falls has returned home after a pleas ant visit to Mrs E V Gibson Miss Lydia McKee and Mr R J Mc Kee attended time funeral of Miss Mary McKenna In Lexington Thursday Mrs Mat S Cohen entertained charm ingly last Wednesday alternoon in honor of Mr and Mrs O M Shearer Miss Kate Hacker has returned home from a years stay with her sister Mrs W F Schooler of Washington City Mr Ira Taylor of Cincinnati once a Richmond boy and now a popular drummer for Khilitto was in town last ThursdayMiss ranki Marsh of Paris has returned to Central University after spending several d1at home on account ollllubss- Miss Mysie Leonard has returned to her home in Cynthiana Owing to her ill health she is upable to continue her studies at C U MiSi Belle Bennett and Rev H G Turner attended the Kentucky Mid winter Mission Rally of the Methodist church at Cynthiana last week Mr Hugh Willoughby of New York arrived here yesterday to take charge of a shipment of horses purchased by his employers from Mr Mat S Cohen Miss Nellie OBryan is spending a week in Richmond visiting her cousin Mr E V Elder the well known dry goods merchant at that place Dan yule News Miss Eddie Whitlock of Kirktsville and Miss Katie Willoughby of Lexington were the charming guests of Mrs r S Hagan last Saturday and Sunday Mrs Henry Crag Shipp of Georgetown spent several days with her sis tor Mrs W D Oldham on Broadway last week Mr and Mrs will be in their new home at Cynthiana aftert- ime 15th of February Mr Francis Douglas a brother of Mr Rutherford Douglas of Nieholasville anda well remembered CTJCentm student of the early nineties is now sporting editor of the New York World which paper he will represent in Cincinnati next week at the Jef friesRuhlin glove contest Miss Susan Deatherage entertained charmingly last Monday evening at her handsome Broadway home in honor of Misses Heocox of Lexington and Davidson of Lancaster A guessing contest was indulged in and elegant prizes awarded Delicious refresh ments also enhanced the pleasure of the evening Mr Joseph Mansfield oneof the best known and most popular bpys who over attended Central University has been visiting friends here for a few days Joe is with the Pensylvania Railroad Company sand stationed in Louisville If silk hats and Prince Al berts are signs he has struck prosperity We all expect to hear of Joe being made President yet Messrs G J Wilson Ralph Cohn and Sam1 Cohn of the Cincinnati Enquirer are in our city this week in the interest of the Century Encyclopedia Dictionary and Atlas a superior publication the Enquirer is furnishing at remarkably low rates for so complete a work It embraces every branch of information and should find a ready sale among Richmonds well informed and literary public Interest In the 22nd gayeties con tinues unabated In addition to the two Saxton hops it is rumored that three large private parties are to occur Large numbers of visitors are expected Among the young ladies from a dis lance who will attend are Misses Martha Bowling of Clarksville Term Anna Pearce of Lexington Faunio tanford of New Castle and Florence Winn of Winchester with Miss Susan Hume Misses Christine Bradley of Lancaster and Tevis Carpenter of Stanford with Miss Earle Chenault Misses Sue Buckner and Lizzette Dick son of Paris and Henrietta Card well of Louisville with Miss Van Green leaf Misses Elizabeth Woodford of Paris and Alice Chenault of George town with Miss Kate Smith Misa May Escott of Khelbyville with Miss Elizabeth Taylor Miss Maria Louis Bookerof Louisville with Miss Florence Chenault Miss Mary Lewis of Spring field with Mrs A Wilkes Smith Miss Martha Clay of Paris and Miss Amelia Yerkes of Danville with Miss Mary Shackeiford Miss Russell Wasson of Versailles with Mrs S Neville Moberley and donbtew otherr From liiidications out social circles will have I jollity and merriment in plenty r RLIO1c us Rev Hugh McLellandi of the Chris tiaa church delivered an earnest beautiful aad forceful sermon Sunday morning from the thy l neighbor as thyself Rev Aaliford B Beeves will leavo thw week for Athens Os where he baa accepted calf to the pastonttfrfif oaeqf that citya9hr1Mtat churcbw XflMYfl k bitTMMff MMl fUh TIf future full of promise For several years past he has attended the Bible College of Kentucky University and ins preached at the East End Chris Ian church of this city Ills new harge will be his initial venture away roni homo We are sure he will make his mark The good wiehesof his many friends here attend him BIRTHS TERRILI Born to the wife of Robert Terrill on the 10 inst a girl DEATHS MoKIzNAMiss Mary McKcnna aged 16 tIme bright young daughter of- Mr and Mrs John McKenua died of consumption on the 5th inst The funeral services were conducted at St Marks church this place after which they were taken to Lexington for burial The bereaved family has our deepest sympathy KiMimouau Judge W W Kim rough of Cynthiana died suddenly at Carlisle last Thursday while holding ourj there Judge Ktmbrongh was one of the best known lawyers and ablest jurists in Kertucky He was fifty years old and leaves a wile and son WILXIAMS Mrs II H Williams of pneumonia on 11 inst Mrs Williams was a devout Christian woman and is sincerely mourned by a large circle of friends She was fiftytwo years of ale and leaves one child Mrs J D Rowlins Her remains will be interred today in the Richmond Cemetery A Polygamist Suicides A few months ago it has transpired Henry Green Giles a pensioner about 55 years of affe who formerly lived in Madison committed suicide by shooting himself near Washington Jnd A short time before he committed the deed Giles told some of his friends he was afraid that otllcers from where he came were after him They thought hew sjoklngnnd afterwards when thy leard that Giles had killed himself they attributed the act to this supposed hallucination After his death a letter was received which proves that the old means fears were not unfounded The letter was from Mary S Giles of White Hall Ky She asked for full particulars of the suicide Among other interesting things the writer said I am anxious toknow as to how he met death because he was mv husband He has eight wives besides me but I did not know it when lie waf married to me He hiss four wives be sides me living right here in Kcn lucky hues was once tried and acquitted hero for the murder of a man unmet Gad cliff lie was defended by Judgi John C Chenault Day ol PrayerlThe day of prayer of the AYorlda Christian Student Movement was duly observed with appropriate exercises Sunday evening at the Presbyterian church A large audience assembled and thoroughly enjoyed the program arranged by Chancellor Blanton of Central University Prof C G Crooks in an entertaining way gave a brief history of the Young Mens Christian Association J He was iollowed by Rev Isenbart of the Second Presbyterian Church who spoke ol other kindred movements and showed the inestimable good they are doing thaworld Rev Hugh McLelland the new pas tor of the Christian Church closed the meeting with a rousing address on the Mission of tho Young Man of the Twentieth Century He depicted in vivid colors time various excellencies and perfections nations of the past and present have attained and made an earnest plea that tIme subjugation of the world to tIme cause of Christ be Amer icas destiny and ultimately hercbitfI work boast and pride The services were much appreciated by those fortunate enough to bo present as was also tho excellent music furnished by the cboirunder the able direction of Mrs JTAkers Mrs Kcans Success The many friends and admirers 01I Mrs Lillie Logan Keari will be glad to read the following notice from the News and Observer of Raleigh N C and will be very pleased to learn of her success In her new field Mrs Kean is very dear to Richmond hearts and we all take no personal pride in her triumphs Melody as exemplified the music of the piano time violin and the voice held hugh carnival at Peace Institute last night Time entertainment offered was termed A Concert of Chamber Music and was given by Miss Edith Van Wagner violin instructor and Mr Alfred Cowell Goodwin musical director assisted by Mrs Lilfie Logan Kean vocal instructor all members of Pence Institute faculty Time evcuintr of artistic music was complimentary to- Go Aycock and other State officers and members of the General Assembly many of whom were present and all of whom evinced great pleasure at the high quality of the music rendered as did the entire audience It was a most successful and unique entertainment Unique in that there were hat three taking part three instruments and three parts to the program tho first part consisting of violin and nothe second of voice and piano while tlieJUiird was as tIe first Miss Van Wagner was the violinist whose violin answered with true tone color and whose performance and technique was exquisite AIr Llllio Logan Kean was the vocalist Her beauty and her Jnelod makln mezzo soprano voice with the most artistic and apropos dramatic pose and expres sion evoked ruujd after round of ap- Plause in which Gov Aycock heartily joined AS she made her exit Twice she came to time platform and the steps bowing her tbanKS hue the audience would not be dented and finally with herself as accompanist sang roost charmingly 3Ir Alfred Cowtjll GOd- win was at tho piano with both the ladies and his interpretation the best music was truly that of an artist Temblo Teddy i soon corn ing east to wrestle with the SaW Ire iswl better get tMT Tlirdohelp it Only American Whoever Danced Wlih The QueenRichard Vaux Richard I am told thee has been dancing with time Queen I do hope my son thee will not marry out of meeting The good oldfashioned Quaker simplicity and distrust of royalty were never better exhibited titan in these words of the mother of the late Richard Vaux They were her first greeting to hint on his return home from the Court of St James after his memorable exploit at time Court ball in Buck ingbom Palace when he attained the distinction of being the only American who ever danced with Queen Victoria It was fn 1837 Mr Vauxs position as secretary to Mr Stevenson United States Minister to time Count of St James was in itself a noteworthy one and brought him at once into social prominence in London but his excep tional personal attributes his bril liancy of conversation charm of per son exquisite manners elegance of diction and gallantry of carriage made cavalierIthe nobility whence he was received and welcomed with open arms No one therefore was greatly siirprisad in court circles when it became known that the young Queen had singled him out for a signal honor and had commanded that he attend the Court ball at Buckingham Palace which was to be given in honor of her coronation When however the night of the ball arrivedand the Queens cotillion set was formed and the guests beheld Richard Vaux arrayed in his brilliant court costume take his place in it a position that was supposed to be preserved for royalty alone there was surprise and excitement indeed Then time music struck up and the gallant young American threaded his way through Intricacies of the royal dance bearing himself with an air of grace and confidence that was wonderful to behold The Queen was seen to smile in gracious approval as he took her and led her through the evolutions the dance And there was not a man present who would not have given a coronet to win so coveted a distinction After that MY Vauxs career was a series of brilliant social triumphs In his candidacy for Congress in ISOOcer tain voters in his district resented his having danced with the Queen of Eng landand used tne IdOl against him as- a reflection on his Democracy Phila delphia Press A lady wishes to take in washing Apply to box 229 Ricnmond Ky HORSE CHAT MessJs Eastin larrabiea Tongese ms foaled a colt by Ornament Ton ese is a full sister to Ben HollUlay and he dam of High Order The young ne that is just now finding what its legs are for is a threequarter blood Brother to High Order a horse that vili not be an inconspicuous one this yearNo batter recommendation could be iven for Kentud bred horses than time recent action of Mr J B Haggin nce of Kentucky then of California mud then again of Kentucky says the Cincinnati Enquirer Leaving time Blue Grass State many years ago because lie believed better results could e obtained in breeding horses in California ho returned to his native State in the December of his life and proposes to make of Elmendorf lila newly acquired farm the most extensive breeding establishment in Kentucky Alter all it appears tbat Mr Haggin is right in his forecast California has been a poor second to Kentucky in the breeding business and the Blue Grass State has retained time blue ribbon at all times for Its production of tho best racehorses Mr J B Haggins imported brood mare Berriedale which he purchased- at the Day sale in New York and which soon after foaled a colt by Hamburg at MDrris Park will be shipped to Elmen dora in a few days Berriedale is by Donovan out of Caithness she by Bend On out of Atlanta by Galopin The New York Telegiaph in com nenting upon Mr Wm Barricks recent purchase in this city says While William Barrick was in Ken tucky two weeks ago he bought the now twoyearold brown colt by imp Vagner out of Wisteria by Harry OFallon Barrick hashad little to say- of his purchase but the Lexington pee pIe who have been training there he is develoredinhis quarter very early last fall in23j and was never asked to go on as he showed so well and gave such evidence of his ability to go the thrfefnrlong route at the asking he was given a rest front bald work and allowed to grow Barrick lisa probably got a good one In him one of the Criterion kind and he got him oheap- 1ColonellIiIlon Young of MeGrath iana has leased for a term of years from Messrs A II and D H Morris imp Time Friar by Friars Balsamout of Lizzie Baker by Longfellow The Friar was a firstchusstatewinnerwiu ning the Dash AlgeriaRancocasCham pagne Broadway Realization Sap htre and Prospect Stakes and also the CupTheand will probablv prove a valuable ad dition to time In Kentucky Colonel W S Barnes of Melbourne Stud reports the first foal of Rainbow ever dropped in Kentticky It is a brown colt out of Peti laby Virgil lluruesIston At time Nursery Stud Enchant byUpnryofDeafness Cannot be Cared Uy local applications as they cannot re4ch the diseased portion of tIme ear There is only one way to cure deaf ness and that Is bv constitutional remedies Deafness Is caused by an ilftamcd condition of the inurpus lin of the EUstachian Tube When this tube gets inflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing and when ills entirely closed Ucaln ess is the result anil unless the inflamma tion can be taken out cud thfc tube re ringillOut of ten are caused by catarrh which Is nothing Lint an inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces We will give Ono Hundred Drito- m caso eafnes oMwd by ecurdhfJialISICatarrbCltre F CtiItrY 4 C Te1s 0 Sod bydruagisti 75 cpattk Hails 7s1iUt1 IIIf J r Stouffer wont bo understood Call wear and got prices on clothing and lOdectf under HONAKERTIE FLORISTWis- hes f4publicCUT ETC J lJAnd all manner of Boral beau ties found in a large and complete green house Be will have the finest specimens and designs and the most rates for Easter Give him a trial and be con Winced Stockton Hagan AGENTS RICHMONO KENTUCKY Ufebly Dmm iDnerl h Lucian Hngnelej c PlUs Notice Against of Sale Green Gentry c DTts Jin Equity py virtue ofa Judgment and Order of Sale Li the Madison Circuit Court rendered at the July Term therof 1901 in the above style cause the undersigned III on MONDAY MARCH 4TH 1901 At the hour of It oclock a m at the front of the Court House door in Richmond Madison counts Ky being March County Court day proceed to to the highest the folmowingdescrihed property viz A TRACT OF LAND Situated in Madison county Ky on the waters of Muddy Creek containing 41K acres and adjoining the lands or John Lanter begin ning at a cedar stump at the end of a stOne fence on said Lanters mine S 644 B 155 po E 237 po B 60 B 17 po to center of a ridge with same NSOKi B 638 o to south side ot a new road N 623g E 15 poles thence a new line S 6Jf E 103 poles to a stake with old line S S5 W 172 poles to the Same to be sold- a whole TEEMS Sale will be made on a credit of six 6 months The purchaser will be required to give bond with good security for the payment of the purchase money to have the force and effect of a Jndf ment bearing legal interest from day of sale with a Lien reserved upon said property until all the purchase money if paid S E SCOTr M O M C C 13feb2w VILEY THE cTA1LOR Makes LexingtonsSWELL CLOTHES In material shape and finish his garments are unsurpassed He has just received an elegant lot of IMO rABRI tlt From New York arid desires to make you anuptodnta SPRING SUIT Mr Viley cuts personally all the clothes lila house turns out He is easily the equal of Walsh Wjnteroi any tailor west ol New York ff TRY HIM f oJ ffJ w s VILEY MAIN ST LFXINGTON KY 13febly cCiS rrrr JEWELRY ur Ca4SThe largest stock in central Kentucky will be found at VICTOR BOGAERTSS- tore Lexington Ky For repairing SplitSecondand Swiss Watches alsoo Diamond Setting and fine 4Iewefry Wock done by ++ Expert Workmenr I MEDAI8UISsing donejjy line Engraver Have youSaci J orllrlimes My obto ANDFAIR Victor atrt FLr n o THE NEW YE- ARBARGAINS NOW IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY TO PURCHASE A LARGE BILL OF GOODS FOR LITTLE MONEY We are willing to make Sacrifice in order to have Clearance Sale On all Winter Goods We must make room for our New Spring Line A few Eider Down Comforts pretty colors reducedfrom 225 to1 95 Allwool Checked Blankets 104 reduced from 479 to 3 85 Mens Wool Hose Blue and GreyioMens Caps Mens Arctics 1 00 Mens Boots 1 00 Reduction on Dress Goods and Cnildrens Wool Hoods colored15and 20 THIS IS THE TIME TO BUY YOUR COTTONS HAMBURfiS 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 Iam Respectfully Cor Main fifirst St BUGGIE Built to your order at our Factory attALe Reasonable Prices Call and see the Vehicles of the new firm SEEING IS BUYING Kentucky aTr1EO WDrk ompin1 Come and see us before we move and helpUS move by getting anything at your own price in clothing at Stouf fers lOdec tf For Sale Iofler for sale privately my residence and two acres of land on West Main street There are eight rooms bath room and hall and all necessary out buildings including three cisterns For farther particulars call on or ad dress Dr G W Evans or time undersigned MBS SPEED SsiiTir 2jan2m Richmond Ky 30 Centurydoingbusiness cityI ing country has made a lasting impression on the writer his gratitude knows no limit for your most liberal patron age in the past and it shall ever be his supreme effort so long as the all wise being shall permit to so transact his business as tomerittKirty consecutive years of prosperous business in the New Cen tury For 1901 we have bought more new goods in every line than any previous years all at satisfactory prices Our stock is much larger and more varied than ever before We manufacture all kinds of paints for all kinds of put poses of the best quality and at a price that can not be ex celled in any city Ve want trybysame We contract for all paperinEitaiiiafeeel 1S7Q Gto MWi11ging Wall ar1Wjncknr Shades iDtOilG1 iUMJo X wiEA 1etOD Ur OWEN MCKEE CARRIAGES PHAETONS Creditors Notice All persons having claims of any lateOliviathem properly verified to the Exncn beforeJebruarysented for payment on or before February 25 1901 will be barred Wu O GOODLOE Cfeb3w Executor Richmond Kentucky Marriage is an ordeal which usually turns loves sweet dream into a horrid nightmare Creditors Notice lathe taattsrvf Sf Barbers AdmlnlStra tor claimants against the estate of S F Har propertyState Bank ii Trust Co Administrator of 8 F Barber Claims not presented by that time wilt be barred STATE DANK TRUST CO FijaOw AdmrSIHarberdecdI Y mMM t9 i IE Radfent Home Heating Stoves +WI Bums Soft Coal and lew oder than anyother i acac I rGiveraore Hut vand will keep fire N 11other Yo1y jild one ike and it will not go put dw- iDter J u n LTIIHIATE WOONOatY InA 71w w WW W Wwe eIltFeoeOBtbemarhtw Wir Pscewbkh lb tH 0I Celt sad s FAAMINQoti ptlOM biM pet Dl i utW uiDWUSTR- EETIORMONDKY J I 7f d j C cir7 7 r f I The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY FEB 13 190L O cents will buy you 75 cents worth of underwear Stouffecs trIMrs Cynthia Karr i xwaled divorce and alimony from TLoa Hi Karr by the January Circuit Court at Stooffers will buy y u1O worth of clothing IMectfI The Kentucky Carriage Works Co have an ad iu this issue that cannot afford to be overlooked by those de siring bargains in their Hruv Self cloelnz unhrellas also feelf opening umbrellas at Stonffers 10dtf TheJ W Zaritic Grain nod Mill Co will close down to morrow for one week to put In new lioller They have plenty flour meal and Teed on hand and can wait on their tratio to anything in their line Get a suitat the closing out Bale and save money at StoulTers the Tailor 19dectf As the robin is the forerunner ofI gpringso arc mens bats the forerunner of mens style of dress We have just received and placed on sale all theI latest things in menu spring hatI Come and get wider oneICOVINGTON BANKS Dr A WIlkes Smith Dentist is now located over Perry Thomas Drug Store 6febti Marriages Births and Deaths The Assessors report shows that dur ins the year 1900 there wore 221 mar riages lOG births arid 120 deaths in Madison county For Rent A blacksmith shop on First streetI near Water For further particulars apply to OWEN McKEE SCdectf Mr Prewltt Sells His Tobacco Mr George G Prewitt of this citroI sold his crop of tobacco raised on hfff Clark county farm for 8 cents His crop was about 25000 poundsJ For Seat A nice dwelling house on Lancaster avenue containing seven rooms with yardgarden and stable For particulars on or GEO D SIMMONS H jan tf Richmond Ky Chenaull Farm Rented Mr William Gregory has rented the Chenault farm on the Lexington pikeI just vacated by Mr Harvey Chenault who has movedto the Olivia Gregory farm on tho Dig Hill pike which heI recently purchased We are compelled to vacate in 30 days Come and Jet a suit or overcoat StouQers iTd cit Burton GetS Damages Samuel Burton a former employee of the Louisville Atlantic railroad brought suit galnst the Company last week in the CircuitCourt for damages received in itaservice He was given give a pecuniary judgment for 175I Window shades and picture I frames in stock and made to order All kinds and sizes on short notice Lowest price- sGeoMWiliging i Steer Case Again The celebrated suit over the owner ship of a steer ViNprris vs Noland was given a hearing in the Circuit Court Thursday and referred back to tne Quarterly Curt for settlement Verily how great an oak can a little acorn make fFive room cottage for rent price HO per month Apply to DR G W EVANS augl5tf Gus Delmoulh Sells Out Gns Delmouth the popular First street caterer whose place has long been famed for midnight lunches has sold out to a gentleman from Clay county who will continue the business at the same old stand Mr Delmouth will engage in farming No vexatious or delays when you have WilIging to do your papering and painting His prices are right Work and materials firstclass New Firm Mr J D Moselyof New York has formed a partnership with Mr J B Stouffer of this city in the line of tailormade clothing Mr Mosely Is an uptodate tailor and guarantees satis faction in the matter of the wear and fit of his garments Call and see him Natural product water mill flour and meal at R A Baxters grocery on Second Street nugltf Estill Farm Rented The lands on the Speedwell pike be longing to Johnathan T Estill were rented at public auction as follows The 130 acre tract to George Lewis at 3 05 per acre and the 70 acre tract to TE Baldwin at 677 an average of U3j acre Col Durrett W Tribble officiated at this sale in his usual competent manner Everybody paints in the spring and should use Willging Paint mixed ready for use in white and all colors manufac tured and put tip by Geo M Willging Mr LJIRT FilMiHon Grant E Lilly of this city In making an active fight for the Judge ship of the Federal Court soon to be established here Mr Lilly is a most capable man and in every way quaIl died to fill tbis important position H- eI our best wishes and hearty sup f Since aDemocratBantLave the we know ot no Republican we father SCJ adorn it1tUn Mr ffi Lilly Arstri cs andr I ifl all the new r I1ue3 yellow pkk ctc in whk c aDd other grooods t iu picu pifaiieI tn R ir V T M W Msdii TMS4It- sktor BQti LtaLII44O- I desirtis a ord of 1 Qtion sad inis I whic will isd se- tbilprIn psrsoO OhbII complete GI to di w km p t lc Ai JieweiryWhiCh h =inimielt people in wio itf beid- SgjjvftbI f nUMN trftp IMrt preatlnct1stheontsetltwaskjIykandicspped no snow to protect It from the cold the crop has Buffered severely A largo shortage fe expected Estray CaN placelIearand has since been cared for by under signed Calf will weigh about 300 founds Owner can liavo same by calling and paying charges JA BBUMBACK 13jan 2t Doylesville Ky Sunday Schwt CenvenJien Weflre requested to tall attention to the Teachers Sunday School Associa lion of Kentucky winch will convene in Georgetown on March 1415 A most profitable and delightful meeting w ex pected All Sunday School teaclers and officers of MadUim county are in vited and cordially urged to attend Accident on The L Late Sunday evening an accident occurred at the L A depot that seriously crippled a passenger engine Night Watchman Riddel1 wan backing several box cars which collided withIthe passenger train which to him was on the main track Considerable damage was done the passenger and it required all night to the engine in trim for its morning tripj Mr Giovannoli Resigns Mr Harry Giovannoli city editor of the Danvillo Advocate and one of theI brightest and beatknown newspaper men in the State has resigned his position on the Advocate to become PriI vale Secretary to Commissioner Yer kes In his departure from journalism the Kentucky Press Association willI loose one ofthe most valued members He will leave for Washington March 1j Madisons Wealth The Board of Equalization has announced that 3000900 is the total value of Madisons assessed property This is an Increase of 177670 oyer thlaI years assessment and 74270 in advance of lastyears valuation This is a very handsome showimr indeed and speaks well for our enterprise and progress We Jiave a right to bo proud of our county There are few ahead of old Jadison Madison Men Heard From The Busy Bee Cash Store Syndicate a force of men here invoicing theI remainder of J C Hamiltons stock in the stone front building The gentle men connected with the firm who areI here are 1Iesorsv Oldham of t Richmond A B Oldham ofMtSter I5ngH W McKinney and ILCShipp of Georgetown The latter gentlemanf will be manager of the Cynthiana Lot Cabin Hsnakcrs Notice t Easter is near at hand and every one will want flowers husbands for their wives boys for their sweethearts AndJ old bachelors for the old maids ill these Honaker the Florist of LexI ngton is prepared the furnish the freshest and most beautiful rosesHUes carnations etc in fact flowers of every description at reasonable figures It is needless to eulogize Mr Honaker lies too wellknown Give him an order and be will do the rest OrdainedCWith solemn simple and beautiful ceremony on Suudny tyenug last in the lecture room of tim Christian church Ashford Reeves was ordained as a minister of the gospel rtnd his life consecrated to God The service was conducted by too pastor and elders ot the church and witnessed by a largo number of the congregation Mr Reeves assumed the responsibility with a siucetity of manner And an earn estness of purpose that augurs well for the success of his lifes mission Rev Reeves left Monday for Athens Ga to take charge of a pastorate tendered him there We hid him Godspeed Miss Lloyd Resign- sIt is with sincere regret that we hear of the resignation of Miss Lloyd principal of Madison Institute Miss Lloyd is a woman not only of great intellect and superior gifts but full of energy and exceedingly enterprising She has made the school one of which the town could well be proud and second to none in the State The loss of such a citizen means more than wo can express Miss Lloyd has been a power for good not only as superintendent of the school but in our churches and in all matters pertaining to the good of the community We feel that we ex press the sentiments of our citizens when we say that we hope Miss Lloyd will reconsider this matter and decide to stay with us The Commoner lo Have a Rival The Commoner has only been in ex istence a few days yet already a rival or rather an opponent1 is promised Miss Grace White of 33 West Sixty fifth street New York will challenge William Jennings Bryan to Journalistic combat and the name of her paper The Reasoner directly invites com parispri Miss White is an earnest Re publican and duriug the last campaign made ninny political speeches She Intends that her journal shall counter act the influence of Mr Bryan organ Assho expresses it 1 shall take up his arguments for free sliver and by cold reason and logic dash them Into atoms Ills views on the tariff and other questions will meet tha same fate The Reasoner will De published by Fred Tyrrellof the Woodbridge Nl J News It will have twelve pages of four columns each The first number will appear in a few days Philadelphia North American It is our opinion that Miss White has bit off more than ehe can chew P1I11C Sale Having other business pn hand Jt Save decided to sell at public auction In front of i7 table on Irvine etree- tRIchthdKYtiOCl0Ck on Satur day Fobruary1O19OImy entire stock of livery consisting of 0 head of livery horsa1Pirof Np 1 carriage horses 4 need buggies ts1rry ISpawengei waKen M good as new 1 closed car riage IB excellent condition 1 two horse spring wagon jlqnehorse spiins wagon I road Prt i 6 set of bogjiy hsmew 1 nice wt of carriage harness 1 set of wnU harness 1 set surrey iwtraeM 2 ted able harness for sar r yj3Sets wafeort harness 1 set lead barne5s good riding saddles 1 good wagon leOiiceftxtt1rescos lag ot deekJfld other ecitmiprnnnts AUoae diIiimt to lOltlthe 4lTW baiMM earn reat the stable now oc r frusXrJ3 Detlieraes TartiwrAJl aolH1 under 10 lnhdlost1oen I credit till JI r Ifl vtho1it MHit t JWA BLL loTIi ttod bow rich siaa fibr iqUtidt Oi1M IiT U1 J eilll AND mm DBIGIS J1 entrnstedof known J 1 Taste and Ability jt wi In these regards oar s Afaunql1e UonedJwi BELL qhe Florist fLEXINGTON KYJ Agtc J u They are Peaches Tills office was the recipient last Week of a jar of peaches twenty years old They were a present from Mrs Kit Manpin of Eetill county whose mother was MrsJohn Wilsonwife of the hero of Lookout Mountain Twenty years ago Mrs Wilson put up twenty threegallon Jars of these preserves yhich were never opened or eaten until after her deathwhich occured last summer They are in a perfect state of preservation and delicious to the taste We enjoyed our jar hugely while it lasted Hews ol an exCitizen While on a bicycle jaunt on old trusty to our neighboring tuid prosperous town of Valley View I had the pleasure of stopping at Perkins and dining with Rev James Prather one of Our former citizens Mr Pralher owns and operates a general country store where as the saying isone can find anything from a needle up to an elephant Mr Prather is also pastorofBethelChris tain church and by his and his wifes industry and utilizing exertions has einproved and beautified the house of worship of tho congregation EB Notice Dr JM Poyntz of this city has received a letter from the Pension De lartment at Washington asking if anything is known of the whereabouts of one William Blarney an cxConfed orate soldier who has been left a con iderablo amount of money by the understootlihthome and every effort is being made o locate htm If any reader of the CLINAX knows anything concerning Mr Blarney he will confer a favor on r Poyntz by notifying him ot the act Attention In this issue of the CLIMAX we desire o call attention to the advertisement of Mr William S Viley of Lexington who wishes to rail the attention of Richmond and Madison countys swell dressers to the inducements he can other in the way of tine merchant tailoring Mr Viley is one of the first ailorsin Kentucky And his garments always bear a characteristic stamp of shape and elegance He now has on hand his springline ol fine and fashionable fabrics which he urges our masculine four hundred to call and examine His sartorial productions are the equal ol Winter or Walsh and he guarantees satisfaction A Close Call Mr John Harris of Bichmondau at tachee of the News office at this place had a very narrow escape from death Monday morning Mr Harris had been the guest over Sunday of W A Powellin the country and on returning to Nicholasville Monday morning the horse he wasdriving was killed and the buggy badly wrecked at the Lyne crossing about one and a half miles north ot Nicholasville on the Q C toad being struck by the south bound local freight Mr Harris remarkable escape from death was duclo the fact that the buggy hind not gotten far enough on the track and he received only a few bruises This is the same place where September 4 1892 Mrs J T Farra and her two children were run down by a passenger train the youngest child instantly killed and Mrs Farm seriously hurt and tgr which she received 5000 damages from the railroad company The cross- Ing is an exceedingly dangerous one near which is a deep cut A lull lead ing to the railroad through the cut is rocky and a carriage or wagon being driven over it completely drowns the isIalso H very dangerous place for pe destrious A white man was run over at this point four years ago and killed also a negro just above the crossings veral years before Jessamine Jour nat In Memory Mary Foster McKenna daughter of John and Kate McKenna died at her home on Hallie Irvine street February 5th 1901 She was sixteen years of age A purer truer girl is seldom found To know her was to love her can be truly said of Mary Her neighbors loved her because she loved them She was intensely sympathetic in both their joys and sorrows and her voice was ever laisedin defence of those who needed a good word for none over heard her speak in other than terms of kindness An affectionate daughter a devuted sister the idol of her father and mothers heart has gono from our midst From a lovely forma lovlier spirit never winged its way to heaven Oh I it Is sometimes so hard to say Thy will 0 Lord be done Why it was His will to take her from us we cannot understand but some sweet day it will bemade known to us All that medical skill coulctdo and loving hearts devise was done to arrest the disease and stay the hand of death but the- Lordtiad Bordered it otherwise and as it was His will to take Mary home we should be satisfied that it was all for the best She is a bright angel now free from ell of earths cares To the family we can only say cherish her memory follow her beautiful example and meet her where death never comet and parting is no more She wits laid to rest in the Lexington Cemetery ThursdayThe crowd of mourners that followed liar remains and thieautifu flor tributes attest In a small degree tho esteem in which she was held I cannot gay and Ivrlll not aay That she fsaea4ahe U just avajl 8drAi left as wondering how very fair It needs muiVbe ciaee he lingers ther- eAnocO7on who tie wtldert ye ra for the old thno step and glad retftrm iMllk of kerriq as deer lu LYe eTIdMJK1ey tVkMc IMT klN ia aaas i h Ii as4EWMtMPs a ai THE NEW i9JMENS eSeSSSe SSSe a 5s SSSS I t t a sSS eoso JUST RECEIVED Great Variety All Prices They are beauties and many novelties among them Come and take a peep get under one andsee how it will top you Offeeo- viiigiou e Bunts Clothing Mens Furnishings and Shoes 1 I SXVH ssssss SXVH sssss Gone Alter a Good One Dr C C Hooker will leave today to visit several Hackney breeding establishments for the purpose of buying a stallion of this breed which is gaining such popularity in the Eastern markets as they are the ideal carriage horses having the speedendurance and fine action which is so much sought after at this time The Doctor has been a close studentOf the market and has for several years advised breeders to breed for more size and action as they are the kind that self It will be his endeavor to secure a horse suitable to cross on our Kentucky bred mares the product of which will be a high acting and speedy carriage horse just the kind that is always in demand and command the highest maaket price Lexington Democrat Reorganized The Lexington Morning Democrat started off Tuesday under its new managementA of nclnnallisto bare complete charge of the paper and plant He reorganized the editorial and reportorial staff as follows Edi torinChief W S Williams City Editor Thomas B Cromwell Society Editor Mrs Mary B Bailey Be portersJ H Brown andjW D Oldham Mr Calverts title will be that of Gen eral Manager The new manager was for a time adV vertising manager of tho Cincinnati CommercialTribuneEditor who retires from the editorial chair will remain in the jdty several days before returning to Stanford his home Mr Williams the new Editorin Chief will have Messrs WaiterS Bronston W E Kimball George C Webb A M Harrison M A Cassidy R L Baker and others as volunteer assistants in the conduct of the editorial columns of the Democrat Emory Withdraws But McCreary Is Sale DANVILLE KY Feb 7 1001 Editor of The Advocate When I entered the race for Representative it was at time suggestion and request of someof theleading Democrats of Boyle county My prime object in the race was to cast a vOte for United States Senator I was and am for Hon James B Mc Creary who is a man that has been a true Democrat since the days of OL to the present time He has been an nble and upright Congressman and Governor following the banner of Democracy- in the dark days as well as bright and helping materially to cause an enthus iasm in the party in tim last election that it was impossible to overcome For this reason he is my choice for Senator Personally lIe has been a warm friend of our family for three generations in consequence of which I am more titan willing to doanything fn my power to further his interests bat I find that my opponents Mr Wingate and 1Mr Reed are both for Gov McCreary for the Senate and knowing therefore that his candidacy ia safe in tlfelr hands I beg to withdraw as owing to the fact that this is my last year in the course of low at Centre Collowhichwil keep me very busy until June I will not be ableto give ray race ray undivided time and attention lit closing I wish io say that stall tizMAnd uinler all circumstances I shall do all Jaiuy power to further time beet ir4reMiol- the Democratic pwtyv ThiwklRff toy kiendq for ttelr VM atbIr4y Mtp pOrt I MB younsinc aiy Wi BMB Xiuwr l r c Rubber Nose Or a firstclass set of Teeth on the best Rub ber PlateSoS White Teeth 8750 every tooth brandedAll done with expert care Nothing cheap Used in the offic- eeverything of the highest grade Any dissatisfaction with any of our work is a rare occurrence The best Amalgam Fills 75 cents cAllWork is Guaranteed in all Respect DR IIOBSON Dentist KyRithmond Office next d rto Government Bldg in Hobson Bldg Richmond Ky Of fice open all night The Candidate Editor Jim Allen of the Cynthiana Democrat in an burst of inspiration has given this truthful portrayal of the woes of a candidate Behold the candidate He cometh up like a flower and retireth from the race busted Ills friends fill him with false hopes and atmosphere He swelloth like a toad and thinketh tie arth hlsn He kisjeth the children and scatteretji his microbes among the innocent babes lIe privately cheweth a clove when be meeteth the preacher and as ho convorseth withihmim inpious tones he standeth leeward and curbeth his breath as with n strong bit Ho goeth home late at night to a weary wife with a beery breath and cold fet He riseth up betimes and Moth forth without his breakfast saying I want to see a man The dead boat waiteth and watcheth then pulls his tog to a Kings taste He nailetli a lie but before election day Cometh he runneth out of nails Ho giveth liberally to the church ho subscribed a goodly sum for the band and he conI tiibuteth to the man whosebarn was burnedhebcstowethalmshesiguelhhls friends note he sendeth a small keg hither and a large one thither he yield eth up his substance with apparent alacrity After the election be goeth outback ol the barn and kicketh him self for a rootterdam fool Ho re turreth to thn wifeot his bosom and say eth Behold a drivel ing idiot looknow upon- a dodrotted fool gaze upon adodj8ited slmpIetoBjcast jfcur eyes upon a beetle shaped dunce who bath not sense enough to carry entrails to a barrel Theif his wife replieth 401 told yon so which oaaet jB him so go forth and drown his erwir IB driak NMrai pre i ewhiI not as white M ptt MMHJ M wacli bettor for hkbiA ut6IOB lsS aqHt- o GOODBYE SALETO ALL THE I1NT AT TilE BUSY BEE CASH STflREI 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 sellingwlien there are yet ahead 2 or 3 months of serviced ALL THE WINTER GOODS In the entire establishment have been marked down to make the last few weeks before the holidays a fitting climax to the busiest year we have had in our 15 years career Big Slices Chopped Off Every Price At least 25000 worth of season ble merchandise already marked low falls beneath the cold calculating pencil of the inspector whose instructions were to reduce the selling cost of every Winter Garment Fabric and thing to a point where the people will eagerly take it to a notch where there can be no doubt concerning its decided bargain character and he accomplished his task so well that our managers fell Glum but the result of his untiring work is that we present to you the most prodigious aggregation of astonishing moneysaving propositions ever offered by any store in Richmond We gladly take the losses e In The Avalanche of Bargains manufactur 1 ers wholesalers warehouse men mills and at decisive reductions from the market prices are massed ClothingSilksHats Laces and Embroideries Carpets Trunks etc without peer or precedent We invite you cordially to take advantage of the lowcut prices we are making on all lines of goods to close our years business and thanking you for past patronage and to meet a continuance of same in the future we arevery respectfully weIL OLDDAM COMPANY IF WE PLEASE YOU TELL OTHERS IF NOT TELL US DO YOU WANT- To sell your REALESTATE TIMBER or COAL STOCK OF GOODS DO YOU WANT to buy or exchange any kind of property Write me with all the particulars as I may be able to help you Address J MN Lock Box 475 Charleston W Va 12dec ly Physic beats faith in curing sickness because it has the inside track An alariuing situationthe sentrys A U INB RTUNITY This May be Your Fortune Everybody has not only read adver tisements but answered them and bought articles which were sent by mail or express but there are few of our readers who suppose it possible for them to go into the Mail Order Busi ness advertise in the newspapers and have people send them orders and money It is so 8iropleand and practical for everybody that we would urge our readers to try this way of making moneyANY MAN OR WOMAN Yonngor old can make money this way It is very fascinating to sit in your cosv room at home andreceive a large mail containing jyery profitable orders and stamps A small mail will pay from 500 to 2000 a year clear of all expense Anyone tries making money this way will never do anything else A small start can be made atn cost and the business developed from the profiitsDOES THE BUSINESS PAY A Pittsburp lady who was a dressmaker makes 500 a year An young man is now the wonder of his city does a business oflOO000ayearA family out of the proceeds of mail order business A lady in Kentucky had R face bleach has now nice business that pays 5000 a year A firm dome a business of S2oOOO a year all by mail commenced with a small investment that anyone could raise Why should you be poor and struggling or work for somo one else when you can be your own boss lave your own business make your own money and haven chance for a fortune and the resppct and admiration of everybody Where von live is time heat place to start Your own home is your best office DO TillS AT ONCE Itisvour chance Dont delay and put it oil Sit down at one and writ- eOTheFH Alden Co Globe Build IDS Ohio They nmake a business of starting people in tho Mall Order Trade They furnish everything give entirely iree a small Btart write the nlverttcementetehi you the secrets of the business and liehi anyone to go into business for themselves This firm is very highly recommend ed and will send yes totters from PeG they have started andwho have made moeey srl eiaecerded is lifp You will make no mistake in laaljs with thorn Mid yes will be erawill for time crumM thq offer Wr to them VaHOrcMr fcw nees 5ont rtfw Ilk tM ntittt ill J 1 v Your LirerWill be roused to Its natural duties and your biliousness headache and constipation be cured If you take Hoods PillsSold by all druggists 25 cents The chronic borrower usually man ages to keep in touch with the public Ask your neighbor where is the best and cheapest clothing They will say at Stouffers 19dectf Many a friendship has been severed by the pricemark on a present s Stouffer sells more hats and caps than all of them See his styles and prices lOdectf Among the advertisements may be found a cure for blushing Some people would show better inclinations by blushing more We are after unloading clothing not money at Stouffers 19dectf Akiss cant be described by thetongue but it can be expressed by the lips Ohca Rates to Now York Via Tho Chesapeake and Ohio Bailway Reduced rates of one and onethird fare on the certificate plan has been ar rajiged from Lexington to New York on account of thc spring meeting of the New York Merchants Association jind tickets will be sold going on Fob ruary 13 to 17 and March 1 to 4 and will be good to return 30 days from date of sale On this basis tho round trip rate from Lexington is 2460 and tickets will bo good to stop over in Washington Baltimore and Phila delphia The C and O Route is the only line from Central Kentucky with double daily service through sleepers and dining cars If you are not registered with the New York Association send in our name at once Information chciJrfally given on receipt of advice GEO W BARNEY Dlv Pass Agt Lexington Ky 3Ojan5t A good mirror tells the truth no matter on whom it reflects Children never cry very loud for It hut they do like Dr Catdwelle Syrup Pepsin Ask Druggists 13feblm Tho beauty of checks and women are judge from the same standpoint iac and figure The best against fever pneumonia diphtheria etc is lii building up the system with Hoo li It- t The family of a very amiable women often have to eat biscuit which are not done oil tho bottom SfewM MM M VI- Ce tBIY Iw should He shouldhav awfettkifl to loOk well and feel good Dr Ctdweir SyrBpPellIiR aiddIgaation elelIthe head kees tin towel refmtor attd make a DKM feel witk tU whOle ferk1 Try t0j 1Jf 1 0 j New Merchandise bright and fresh bought for cash from ov laden factories regular hoping enterprising andMJftgw Sarsaparilla Dont put too much faith in com parisous says the Manayutk Philosopher Cattle graze and so do bullets G A Robers of Lintner 111 suf fered fcJur yours with a wall in lila stomach and could not eat He lost 05 pounds Two bottles of Dr Caldwells restored his todaylieSyrupPepsin I account Too many friends often spoil a bank lie in Style Dont laugh at fashion Dont discourage ambition progressTry Look on the bright side happyEnjoy Keep healthy which you cniuloby using Dr Cald wells Syrup Pepsin according to directions It is an absolute cure for con stipation indigestion stomach troubles and sick headache Druggists ISfeblm One way to kill time is to go sleigh ing Every Moment Hprts When you have rheumatism Muscles painfulthis disease when it may be cured so promptly and perfectly by Hoods rilhttothe blood which causes rheumatism and puts an end to time pain and stiff ness Biliousness is cured by Hoods Pills 25 cents You will never know what it is to be sick and tired of good advice until you have run a newspaper 20 or 30 years Atchison Globe utyisbydiseaseskin will show it Sallow or muddy complexions pimples blotches and eruptions aro only the surface signs of impure blood Face washes lotions complexion powders may palliate the evils butJhey cannot cure the disease The only cure is Lo cleanse the blood of the poisonous matter which is the cause of the outbreak in the flesh and skin Imonre blood can be absolutely purified by the use of Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery Its effect on flesh and skin is marked Sores heal and disappear The skin becomes smooth and regains its natural color Tho eyes brighten and sparkle the whole bodr1s radiant with the bright ness of health Golden Medical Discovery contains noalcohol whisky or other intoxicant and is absolutely free tram opium cocane and other narcotics The use of Dr Pierces Pleasaat Pellets assists the action of the Discovery by cleaning the sys terM of ckteg metIe- rPeeIe whbpfty doctors bills are sat IfeSedof the phmatcinabllity to eel- himself SO 9TOX A 005 ftf QXX i1T- Ta atIV8HioftIonQtti Tabtts- t AM tkaftiifltt NCtiH the mcnioy jf U iMttdtllAW as w CURES BLOOD AND SKIN TROUBLES Trial Treatment Free Is your blood pure Are you sure of slowlyDopimples eruptions Aching bones Or back Eczema Old sores Boils Scrofula Rheumatism Foul Breath Catarrh Are you pale Then BBB yourbloodsmoothhealthyskiii Deepseated cases ulcers cancer eating sores painful swellings blood poison are quickly cured by Botanic Blood Balm Cures when all else fans Thoroughly tested for 30 years Drug stores 1 per largo bottle Trial treatment free by writing BLOOD BALM CO Atlanta Gu Describe troublefree medical advice given Over 3000 voluntary testimonials of cures by BB B 1 It is folly to boastillustrious ancestry unless you amount to something your self If geuulntLaxative the remedy that cam a cold la one day Inconsistency is often necessary a last years time table may not tit this years needs To be Prepared For war is the surest way for this na tion to maintain peace That is tho opinion of the wisest statesmen It is equally true that to be prepared for spring is the best way to avoid the peculiar dangers of the season This is a multitudes are Iearningand It this time when the blood is sure to be unloaded with impurities and to be weak and sluggish the millions begin to take Hoods Sarsaparilla which purifies enrichee and vitalizes the blood expels all disease germs creates 5 good appetite gives strength and jnergy and puts time whole in d healthy rendition preventIng PJlU- monia fevtrs and other dangeious- diseases which are liable to attack k weakened system 13kb 1m Human nature needs an uplifting band then again it needs to be set down hard Tetter SaltKhenm aad Eczema The Intense itching and smarting inci allayedbySkin Ointment Many very bad cases Itlisnippleschappedmd chronic sore eyes 35 cts per box i Dr eeBtIkIHWtlcn are jast what horse needs when in bad andivermffuge Wsa to prise coatttiM Price 31 Mate per yachago The path of dty is tIme way to glory not glory wfattt yoa wait but loatdls tanee glory IM7 KkldtMtD1- AS rTflW hn rass44 eee 14 t III J r i i 1 J I II 1 J I J au fa fir It t IiI 111 II hlmofl flon Ionium ntherproperty IntltntlonO1elFIRE LIGHTNING AND TOrNADO lossesoccurTheheapest theiateunahalf aftu the Drat year rADA1ISS house with the County Judge Uichmond Ky may21ly WILL SEND 300 FREE The GermnnAnier theCelohratrt WillRend SPtCillllr t tvr VBEN experienced phy t awayItreatments forditeases of the Heart Nerves Stomach Female Dlseaee RbeumaUm anti Intheirtestifywortby of serious conlldcratlon As all afflicted readers may have 300 worth of treatment rspecisllv prepared for their ease advisethemmanAmerican Doctors giving history svmn toms of case in full All correspondence strictly confidential Plain envelopes use coptainlug Ideel9ly NEWS AND OPINIONS +OF s National Importance ALON11ckt11 Daily by mail 6 Daiyand Sunday84 The Sunday Sun Is the greatest Sunday Newspaper in the World Price 5 cents a copy By mail 2 a year ADDRESSTHE NEW YORK SOLD BY B L M1DDELTOX STOCKTON HAGAN A BOON TO MANKINDwr= DRTABLERS BUCKEYEDo go Df t144 0 z cZho4 SsHiLisiamst DJc CI In VOlQ P1Cs o- rri = gt4 U 3 ti1 1j TJ a Ii M TI rrJ fI U1 J W tIRlcIJ RfTiIl1L PILE CUREI A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNALand EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS fcAVE FAILED uSES BY MAIL 75 CENTS BOTTLES 50 CENTS JAMS F1 BALLARD Sole Proprietor 310 North Main Street ST LOUIS MO For sale by PERRY THOMAS Druggistslanloly r 2 Call in and renew your subscription to the CLIMAX t f THE Stove Question st In all its details is fully answered caninspection ofour c showing thee t2 GREAT PENINSULAR g t 6 tANDTHE f ESTATE OAK AIR TIGHT RADIATOR trTThis will be STOVE MONTH tC with us and we are going to offer suchattractions W in that line as will repay anyone for the time de J c voted to looking through this Department We have the EXCLUSIVE AGENCY for the Great Peninsular and Estate Oak Rxdlator the most fa SIn the world enjoying an Inter IJnational reputation for the excellence of their construction and artistic fin Uh and we want everybody to familiarize themselves with the distinctive r merits of thrir product JfJ u IVo wioli to call attention to the ninirnificent product be rt1Jow which wo have lately added toour line with a full line 611- w frECONOMIST RANGE n ECONOMIST RANGE DOUGLAS L SIMMONS L HARDWARE STOVES FARMING IMPLEMENTS mchlly tt iM ri MW UWLli Ikb MYWV W- VH OF LEXINGTON KY Southp4r Wherein Life Insurance Companies pays to the estate of the dead TIteCoflpany is Ita tlipfl 7 ycara old and Juts a greater h1 trerniItn 1i1ClflO to the buetiiess in force titan any IJfo riIiisratice Cuflijtniiy i l hIt Amount IaltI in living Benefits 380000-s mout IIaced in Reverse od t3urp1u 5200000A- oyonedesIIDg an Investment yielding large returns during life thia l COwpny offers special dvanthgea k = SvITH BOW7N-k SrCREZTARY LEXINGTON iCY- iiJl1Jfl2 A T ULLIOj1ocalcnt iZicui1ond37 ti+ L 7co s LAND STOCK AID CROP Brock Railsback bought Monday about 100 hogs 150 to 200 pounds in weight at 450 to 460 Winchester DemocratAt of personality near Lexington last Tuesday a pair of work mules brought 311 fat hogs 5i to 6 cents corn in crib 215 per barrels fodder 16 cents pet shock and timothy hay 12 per ton John P Starks ttte Louisville merchant has bought Dr W O Robards farm of 320 acres in Boyle county at 70 per acre He will use it as a country home Satur day Jonas Weil bought of C P Goff of Bourbon loS cattle 1350 pounds at 4J tsMtSterling Advocate Those who desire to know about the lands soon to be opened for settlement in the Kiowa and Commanehe reservations in Oklahoma should write the Internal Department in Washington It will be well to be forehanded if it is desired to get a slice of this land for the rush will be vast when the times comes The correspondent of the Associated Press learns from private sources that Emperor William will send a special envoy shortly to take a tour of the notable American stock farms with a view of pur chasing saddle and carriage horses for the imperial stable Hitherto the court has pur chased exclusively in Hungary and England Here is an item that may be of interest to farmers wlio bale their hay It is claimed that hay put up in cylindrical bales will keep better than when put up in square bales The amountIf hay in an or dinary square bale if put into a cylindrical bale with the same pressure would occupy just half the space and would keep free from mould and would retain its sweetness betterArticles of incorporation of the Kentucky Live Stock Breeders Association have been flied in Louisville The capital stock is 5000 divided into 500 shares of 100 each The capital stock may be in arIticlesAssociation to be the promo tion ofthe purebred livestock interest and to hold an annual exhibition and sale of such live stock The heifer Carnation the champion of America as a calf and as a yearling sold at Kansas City for 3700 the worlds highest record for a Herford female was by Acro bat 68460 that stands at the head of Giltner Bros herd at Eminence Ky Twentytwo calves by this bullAcrobat at the Kansas City sale sold for an average of 5485 rivaling the worlds record at auction for the get of one sire The barn of L C Tarleton seven miles from Lexington on the Newtown pike was destroyed by fire Friday night A number of valuable trotters were in the stable several being saved by Miss Bessie Kenny a niece of Mr Tarle ton who discovered the fire In attempting to save her own horse she was slightly in jured Five trotters were lost the most valuable being Henry Mac The loss is esti mated at 8000- Cynthiana Democratsays Yesterday MrsLindsey Kel ley of Ironton Ohio was in A NCVr miUI Disease rruVes many a woman prematurely old Darkrimmed eyes hollow accompaniedHome duties are a weariness and social pleasures have no attraction One of the commonest expressions of women cured by Doctor Pierces Prescription has made a new woman of me Theres a world of meaning in the words It means sparklebrought to the eyes the complexion tinted rosy hue of healthy blood the form rounded out anew in bodyradiautwithDr Pieres Favorite Prescription makes weak women igdrainstion and cures female weakness It makes new women of those prematurely aged by disesse 5flr Pierces medicines are the best I have ever used writes Mrs C Nelson of Cheniavra Marion Co Oregon My health was badly Jorylimbsally I was nj nervous that the least thing would startle me almost into convulsions palpitation of the heart to bad that I could scarcely walk sometimes I felt utterly discour two boWel of Dr Farorite Pitacniption and one of Golden Medical Dis corery1 mude a new woman out of me5 Dr Piercc Common Settee Medical Adviser is seatwi on of Man to pay expense oftflaiUnttJhid21 ostccent oocfe Of 31 Itmp5 foe jUe1e4Ik NH 3Mia2 Cynthiana and bought from Ji K and W L Northcutt four head of fine shorthorn cattle at fancy prices 1 Duke bull 350 1 Roan Duchess hejifers 200 Galatna heifer 150 1 Waterloo Duches heifer 425 total 1125 Mrs Keller wnsexttnsive iron interests at Iron ton She has a herd of fifty shorthorn cattle which he handles because she fancies the stouk She was for merly of Ashland Ky ajrjd will later buya big Bluegrass arm for ber son to manage PARIS COURT Anunusualy large crovdwas in Paris Mon liLY Cor Februarycourt Many pmulessales Fewer head of cattle on the market than for years and no sales reported Can didates lively and shaking hands withvotelsAt Maysville Monday Sanford C Carpenterof Millersbrg bought 20 horses and mules At Hutchison James Bagg sold his crop of tobacco to Continental Co for 7i cents James McLeod Jr sold his crop to Geo Ellis of Parisfor 0 centsKentuckiaJiCitizeIlA Agriculturist says I wish farmers knew the value and worth of corn fodder for the horse I have proved from experience that three tons of 1goodas much as two tons of the best timothy hay for driving and team horses Give the same quantity ofgrain This will make the sixteenth con secutive winter that I have this forage commencing No vember 1 and fed to April 1 I get the brightestand greenest fodder Ican find after husking Cut and stack into large stacks not small ones Then at husking time you will find the fodder bright and green Commence to feed your horses with this fodder and without any hay and they will come out in the spring fat and sleek If feed eyourof grain with all the good corn fodder they wish A powerful engine cnnnot be run kpepliptliituinait foodto tbegoodPony pdayspent in advertising a good pbecausenot selected Tile InventiviAge and Patent o Washington D C is now en tering upon its thirteenth year and is the only journal published at the national Wtelfice Gazette which costs S5a full tibouted Its are C tlwithinteresting to the ordinary reader It is improving with age and is today the foremost journal of its class The subs ription price is S1 a year and it may be ordered through this office When the conference report on the army bill was present ed to the House its adoption was forced without giving anyone a chance to see what had been agreed to The Senate however refused to act until it knew and the result was the discovery of deliber aatetions to which both Houses are bitterly opposed This is Republican way however Millions of people are familiar with DaWilts Little Karly Risers and those who use them find them to be fatuous yThomasWill there be an extra ses sionTell that depends If the subsidy bill fails it is very likely that the President will discover that Cuban and Philippine matters demand that Congress meet again promptly If the subsidy bill gets through however the chances are that all other legislation can be put off until next fall The action of the Senate in giving the subsidy bill preference over alt appropriation bills simply means that Mr Hanna intends to let one or more appropriation bills fail if necessary so as to force an extra session to pass them and the subsidy bill The plot to degrade General Miles from the command f the army failed simply be cause its authors could not keep their mouths closed until it was too late for Congress to block them Some people never learn anything II J r Almost simultaneously with the death of Queen Victoria The Outlook prints an article by Justin McCarthy the au thor of A Short History of Our Own Times on thePo litical Influence of Queen Vie toria accompanying the article with an excellent portrait painted from life at Windsor Castle by Mr FM Bell Smith Mr McCarthys article sonfirms thestatemeut which has lately been made that the Queen took more than a formal interest in public affairs Mr McCarthy states very positively that the Queen vjeryrf requentty 4tbya single ointed remark or question would throw a disturbing doubt on the wisdom of some minor act or policy suggested for her approval and he says that Victoriahas given to the world thebest living illustra tion it has 3eUhad of the part which the sovereign ought to play in 11 constitutional mon archy and a free country In addition to this article the February Magazine Number of The Outlook gives an excellent portrait of the new King of Euglandandcontains elaborate editorial estimates of the life of Queen Victoria and the History of England under her reign 3 a year The Outlook Company 287 Fourth avenue New York Four States with six Sena tors are now deadlockedand some or all of them will go without representation in the upper house How much longer will the people permit the Senate to throttle the annual amendment passed by the House providing for the popular election ofmembers of that select body There is little doubt that there will be a fight in the next Senate to exclude Senators elected by the four southern States in which negro suffrage is restricted There will be none however to ex lude Senators from northern tates where uneducated and ignorant foreigners are not allowed to vote oMrsWashington it is said to smash saloons in the capitol It will serve the hypocrites there right to have their tod ies taken away from them ny set of men who vote to rohibit liquor selling and go down and drink at the prohibited bars deserve to be uuisiled And now the United States s to repeat its humiliating experiences at the Jubileeand the Coronation of the Czar when a lot of rich snobs were sent abroad to swellaround ith the kings and things Special envoys will be sent to Albert Edwards Corona ionfReports show a greatly increased eatli rate from throat and lung trot les due to the prevalence of croup theIU86t It is the wily harmSless remedy that gives suits Children like it Perry Thomas The Supreme Court has decided that it has jurisdiction of the case of St Louis against the Chicago drainage canal Now it must be proved that the water is actually contain inated and this will be pretty hard if any of the Justices tasted St Louis water before the canal was opened Germany is to hurry up her naval program ten years go so that by 190G she will have double the strengthof the United States at sea Maybe this means nothing and then againmaybeitmeans something Germany isntany particular friend of ours President McKinleys notice to Congress to observe economy has borne fruit in appropriations that will cer tainly run up to 1000000 for the next two years But then this is a businessadmisistra tion strictly business in f actThere is always danger in using HazelSlvetain cure for piles It is n soothing skiudiseasesSenator Townes speech on the Filipinos was unanswer logicThatcan Senators mostly left the chamber and refused to listen to it They didnt want to be convinced It was rather funny to seethe administration recant so suddenly on the Venezuelan question when the syndicate broughtits pull to bear against the trust dllmpllaRiIllthav nall lUmGjllHt o T Cup of GoodCoffee The enate and House differ slightly on the amount of the tax to be exacted on beer Probably a compromise will be reached by which the tax will be further reduced Most of our soldiersare out f the country but we have e left to put down the Indian uprising if some one will be kind enough to let us know where it is x We should like to inquire whether Emperor Williams appointment as field marshall in the British army involves him in any liability to catch De Wet Isnt it pleasant to leave your business or forfeit your salary to act as juryman and then have the judge read you a lecture because your idea doesnt agree with his We suppose it is necessary but it does seem somewhat gruesojie to rehearse for a uneralas the Britishers have been doing Terrible Teddy is soon com i east to wrestle with the enate He had better get the TerribleTurktoilelphim- De Wet and Albert Wettin ought to be able to get to gether and settle their differ ences Time man who loafs around anti leaven his wife to attend to family duties is ilie one who complains of hard times at d worse to como I We can see no came for cajiirig a ship she unless it is because time rigging costs so much and always keeps a mat on the lookout PA1E TSDESIGNS FREENoticer Charge moderate No fee till patent Is secured AdtireucsSIGGERS DC Big Four Route Magnificent Vestibuled Trains with equal Dining Car Service to Buffalo The PanAmerican Exposition Route 4 trains a day Chicago I Lake Front Entrance St Louis Via Merchants Bridge no tunnel Boston Only through Sleeping Car Line NewYorkt Only Depot in the city Fast Schedules Fine Equipment Smooth Tacks AuNJLYNcw WPIEWf hytI Aft A O F T Aji 1 YN GellltlM 1 QQDtIAVO ili JI ii To get a really goodcup of coffee youll have to 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