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Digital page images are linked to the text file. liii 1uIl I iIiI 1V 1 J T1iE k 7 t f RICHMOND CLIMAX 1 I rt 11VOLUllE2fs RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MARCH 22 1899 NUMBER 42qp k1 GRIGSBY MUNCEY General Agents Eastern Kentu- ckyEquitable Life NEW YORK 1 ttt AGENTS WANTED IN IOFFICEnIain Street Ky THE BEST OF THEM A- LLI7pIs ONThLY21AAZINE l turnberVand cutertanlnj reading matter Xo ronlluvnl irlortr trltlrJt am obJectlaHatito to moat rtcultr j It chonld In every household Subicrtptloti S3OO per year whomtaoJ B UPPEfCOTT COMFAH7 TahUsIitn PHILADELPHIA PROFESSIONAL CARDS AlrORNEYS RW MILLERAwoRxvATLAW RICHMOND x Kxsiocxr Office in the Bornam Building next door to srmeri National Bank febSly JA S1TLL1VAN ATTORNEY ATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office over Taylora Hardware store opposite Court house on Main Street II B HOGGATTORNEYATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office No 13 First St up stairs 3130 J 0 D M CHENAULT ATTORNEYS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen aults grocery PSTSI01ANS DR H R GIBSONP- HYSICIANAND SURGEON RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office in the Jot CcIIns buildings sa and so Second Street OTer White t old dracitore tf CHAS HOOKER VETERINARY SURGEON Graduate Ontario Veterinary College Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty OSOffice np tain orer atore recently accn by Richmond Uarnew Co Eait Main St Richmond Xyapr71y U C JASPER JU D Medicine and Surgery Office Collins Building Main Street Telephone at reiiilence the Unrr place on Broadway RICHMOND KKHTDCXT EVANS M D Jw PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON RICHMOND KENTUCKY DJl T J TAYLOR Prnctilwner in Medicine and Surgtry RICHMOND KENTUCKY XTOffice and residence ou Second Street DENTAL STJUQEBT Dr 1etTTt OnSOT VEYTIBT or LOUISVILLE Kr aOIHce next door to Government Bonding BichmSnd Ey Office houri9 to 111 to t noTl7ly Four nice rooms for rent Call at Dental Office of Dr Hob son next door to postoffice jryi FRED SMITH DENTIST rromee OTer Collins Grocery same omce lately occupied by Dr W W Burgin JinlJly Dr Louis H Landman Ko KB West Ninth Street Cincinnati Ohio will be at the Hotel Zimmer Richmond Ky on Wednesday March 8 1899 returning every second Wednesday o each month Reference every physician of Richmond Ky tebltly KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY R Ill CITE FieaJat leiiajtw Ij ERABT BIBLE It DIOAL AND COt MERCIAL COLLEGES Tuition fir Literary and Bible Course Wa year More than twenty teachers JDnulum rhous3nda 01 iucueeatul alumnIt- lOcfal and morel welllre of studenta reeein special attention to both aee For catalogues address the President ly27U ILLIN I nAIiI SHORT LINE TO NewOrle ns- Best Line to ARKANSAS TEXAS MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA Pullman Tourist Bleeping Car leaves Louii flUe every Thursday night md runs thron to San Francisco Ask your ticket agent for partlcularaor writ to E H Fowler Traveling Paweoger Age niaac Chair Cw LoisTllIe HempUls and NeW kleus A MANSON WM A EILLW OPACW afo AOPAnT wi c I i BEAUTIFUL ORATION DELIVERED AT CENTRAL UNIVERSITY BY MR HERRING TN OF ATLANTA herSSPOTSadorned with the spark of the virgin nigbtcomes forth from her palace in the East and opens wido tho gates of day and the sun glorious in his might bursts over the Eastern mountains laughing the low ering clouds to scorn and forcing those lesser lights of the night one by one heavibeauty and we are dazzled by his flam log lightjust so every ago and time has been brightened by some dazzling human illuiniuary who bursting upon the world laughed the clouds of oppd7 sitloa and adversity to scorn and made the lesser light of the age dwindle in to insignificance before his matchless brilliucy Tonight while I raise my voice in giatitudo for the services ren dered mankind by the men of all ages and of all times I wish to speak especially in memory of those who stand like glittering suns in the works of ages Those men who have stamped their names in the pillows of their age by ever clinging to that implicablo duty which we value as the most pre cious jewel in the crown of human virtue and make the test of human character We cannot pass on to the lives of these great men without first saying- a word III remembrance of the works of thosewho thought less gilLed In genius having spent their lives for the bettet ments of this world Some have fought the mountains turned the beds of rivers and reared bridges over roaring water falls We think little about them and wo care less When their work isI done we ride over the railway in an observation car and look down thous ands and thousands of feet into the depths they have bridged and we hard ly give hem a thought Bat at cray step they have carried civilization before them and we must honor them in singing the centuries praises Others have found their work in the murmur of some gentle brook or in the whispering breezes of the leafy woodland trees Have caught the mocking glory of cloudless nights the cold glitter of stars and the golden scheen ol midnight mcons caught the tones of the restless waves as they dash against some rocky coast and transformed them into verse Have gathered the spirit of their age into their work and embalmed it for the coming generation Left an inspiration for all manner of mankind and a name that will out stand the everlasting hills For ages wclook back upon the works of the statemen and we see many occasions where vast audiences have been moved to ihought and action by the words of speaker when the hearts of men have been swayed by his eloquence aH ripened grain before a gentle autumn breeze In looking at the works of these great men we cannot forget the Amen can Satesmen and we point to them with pride as we join them with tho others of this world But with all this the pen baa not been mighter than the sword and wo must bow our heads in reverence to the mighty deeds of OUr wsrIeis Those men who Lave braved the stories of the gigantic ocean who have given up all and stepped fearless ly into battle when its raging fury seemed as awful as the destruction of the dues of Sodon and Gomarrah We are unable to pay them their honest due but I will say as some one has said before meCheers for the living tears for tile dead We must now pass on to the lives of some of those men whose works rise above others as a towering peakabove a surrounding mountain range Oar thoughts naturally collect about the lives of those men who have transformed this earth from a vast wilde ness into n thriving world Then let me carry you back about three hundred years before Christ To tho time of that Alexander whom the world bas called great In radiant youth his soul WAS stirred by the thoughts of war and whn only twentyone years of age wo see him ascend his fathers thiono ready at once for a lila of conquest We see him as he crosses the Helle Are oil Everi Depressed i And Is it not due to nervous exhaustion Things always look so much brighter when we I are in good health How can I you have courage when suffer ing with headache nervous prostration and great physical weakness Would you not like to be rid of this depression of spirits t How By removing the f cruse By taking 1 I I rIt gives activity to all Jsaftc that carry away useless ml j ois iMM materials from your body It realove3the cause of your suffering because It re moves SU impurities frowybur Jilopd Send for our book oa Nervousness To keep ia good health you must have perfect action of the bowels Ayers Pills cure ewi Kipadon and blliotoseae Write t N wr rhap Toe would tlka to emnH some wntoetit phrilettni aboatTOur eondltloD Ion wrttelU lralltli i particulate In roar cue nstre e fmstt reply wttfeox scat AMMM DI a ATEB t LHWL HM oaTh I IOtALASQLUTLLYE Mikes the food more delicious nod wholesome 1 1unM rowou eo sew spont and marches on to satisfy an nml bition which is not gratified even with conquering the whole world As lie marches we see everything submitting before his unconquerable soldiers until fll last he had the world so drawn together that the waters of one ocean almost kissed the laughing waves oT the other Thus preparing a way for the spread of Christian teachings HisliretiionguBuqrtwrsadecdageat one but with nllbis greatness lo had his faults and as Theaistoclese line well expressed it Ho was greater n genius than in character About one hundred years later we see a child ol nine years being led up to the altar by bis father and therewith his hands upon tho eacriOce IMs youth swears eternal hatred to the Roman race It is no other than Han nibal the Carthiginian and in after years we see him driven on to his hardfate not only by the restless fires of his warlike genius but by thesacred obligations of this now which could not be broken lie saw the time when the shouts of victory fell from the lips of Irs own men when Ie banners waved trlumphaciy and wbea it seemed as though his armies were Invincible Cut there cme a time when tnrn and fate opposed hm and we see him 8uk at last in defeat His noted pnsae of the alps His success at flrat followed only by over whelming elest cannot help but pre senfeto us n striking resemblance between bh and tlio fortunes o Napoleon lIe too bad his faults but with all he was the foremost man of hs race and time pevLaps the mlghtest genius of any race and of any iimo Let us next turn to Caesar that combined general and statesman who In his time was virtually lord of tbe Roman world His career was fined with success and his brilliant achieve meuts will ever brighten the pats of history It baa been said that wlen he returned from his famous conquests there were marching beneath his stan dartls soldiers gathered mom nearly every count7 beneath the heavens in his precession were led captive princes from all parts of the world and his triumph celebrating his many victories far eclipsed mI magniQcance anything that Roman had ever witnessed Caesar had his marks of greatness and his many friends but he also had some glaring faults and the idea of March has shone that Jiev had his t enemies Let us now turn to the Civil War in England For three years It has been raging when there rises topromlnence a man destinedto be one oLthe greatest characters in history It Is Oliver Cromwell and in connection with his Ironsides he lisa left a subject for all historians A man whose talents were of the highest order gifted in military genius and a keen insight into human affairs he did a mighty work for Eng land Today ho lies sleeping while the tides of life go ebbing and flowing besides bim Sleep on Thou Match less Cromwell Thou wast wrong in some thnge but thou didst intend to do right andlor thy death well may old Englands winds mourn on more sorowfully well may the cedars bow their droping headland the oceans waves break more dolefully along old Elg landaraggid coast Thy work is done 0 Cromwell and It shall not be forgotten Nonot while Anglo Saxon blood flows from AngloSaxon hearts Why wish to travel io ancient Athens Why wonder among Ionian Isles in search of classic ground Surely though the old Greeks were the foun ders of all good and noble literature they have reached their culminating point in the English Shakespeare and the old Warwickshire lanes decked simply with the hawthorn and the sweet briar roses through which May Arden walked leading her boyangel by the hand are as sacred as any parts of this earth once trodden by the feet of Homer or of Plato So let us stop for a moment at Stratford and glance at that little gabled roof low room home of English ling Whom as Carlisle de claresno time or chance Parliament- or combination of Parliaments can dethrone As the son of a poor farmer be was undoubtedly deprived of some of the advantages ola thorough education but he hind nature to study and bo seemed to know the flowers of every month To understand the very movements 6 l the birds of the air ansi the creeping insects at his feet The history of eld Stratford itself was indeed a study Then there was old Tniy J Church with its interesting history To the North was the great forest of Arden while hero and tbee were those warm sunny slopes gay with those wild flowers that bcom forever for the world ju Shakespeares verse No doubt one of the secrets of his useful life was his wonderful love for home and while he was in London contributing to the stores of this worlds literature the desires and ambitions of this country bred Shakespeare seem to return find center about the Stratford of his youth and his last days are spent amid the scenea and associa tions of bis boyhoo- dIt seems strange indeed lliatShake spearo could have arisen eo brightly from the darkness of sQch surroundings That this j0ets ihg sung In the deep forest of misfortune could Chave bver reached the hearts of men But UNo lOng is even vain The tyelWra Whose melody is sweet notnnheardi The nlgbtengale inlonllestwoodlanOglen Is neer beyond the eharraj d eijs of menj So when Shakespeare jsarigilip world heard and wa aiaasedV The usefulness of his lifewilr conUnueaaIoij as there Is a heart othis works to toucli Therefore we will be unable to xneasK nre the rnount of his goniusEnd greatness untlltiffio and mini shall be no moreyecaBonly say thatthere fs no height which he has not measured no depth which be baa not sounded From the darkness Mid gloom of the Freobh JUr Uitw there ri es another sun gieoa l fmtaM t9hi 6eff N BAKIN POWDER Jt is Napoleon Ikmcparto and the French Revolution has at last produced its Cromwell We seo him as ho rises from some of the lower ranks his pow er increasing all the time he rushes on in his maddning career for power until God In his almighty wisdom stopped him when men and armies could not We cannot get better idea of his life than by a glance at his warlike career which presents a beautiful example of the justice of God Then let us picture him as be gathers together his soldiers from every home in the realm The mothers as with aching hearts and tearstained cheeks turn away from their departing eons and the sisters giving the farewell kissI Wa see them as they march off under the floating banners and by tbe muffled beats of drums We cheer them on with a silent tear They are gonet perhaps forever On and on they march gaining victory after victory nntil atlast they reach Moscow And as they en ter that city with Napoleon marching armyitburstthose flames roll onward and upward until they almost seem to reach the stars the whole world reads in them the coning and power of the mighty Napoleon Cut ere he left that city the sun of his fortune hall reached fls meridian and when ho returns on his march through Russia tile almighty seJzng the winds and gathering ihe snows from the Icy regions of the North hurled them over hs Uncon querablo soldiers and scattered his armies like the withered leaves of autumn Then gathering up Ills few remaining soldiers he marches on suf feing loss after loss until at laaWnat great Napoleonic sun which arose so brightly at nsteriiz smbs forever on Lbs of Waterloo RUWeftc Atlantic ocean not only because I am an American but because I would be unjust to the subject which I have chosen if I failed to mention the father of that republic that has taught this world its best lessons in liberty George Washington the first in peacethe first in war and the first in the hearts ofI his countrymen By his fruits ye shall know him and judging from his fruits today he was indeed more than great and the many beauties of his lifejvill be ever held an forgetmenots in the garden of memory Standing as I am on Southern soil speaking to Southern ears and confident of the svmpathy of Southern hearts I realize that I cannot say anything too flattering to the memory ofI ourowuand Immortal Gen Robt EI LeeHe ought as no one before or since has ever fought and against such odds as would have driven even Napoleon to despair Atthoucli he lost be was never out generaled in any of his cam pails from the Bappannock to the Jrmes Today he is numbered among the greatest men that the sun ever shone upon and a man is bUnd Indeed when he Is grand in dceat Hs cause is deal his banners are indeed furled forever anti he himself is sleeping where the mocking bird is staging and the fragrant flowers are blooming beneath his own loved Southern skies but his beaulKulJVoglowiug with everlaaJng fame will continue to live when the stars have burned to ashes in their dreaming fields of blue The man of Galilee Tiiat one who was all love all wisdom and all boll ness That one in whom nineteen centuries have railed to Hilda single spot or a single burnish and the coming centuries will but polish his glory to a brightness unspeakable Devine as he is he stands as the light of the world as an unequal model and as the savlot of mankind He came to make light out of darkness to cover the faces of men with smiles as his father had wreathed this earth in flowers to fill his sorrowing peoples hearts with joy as God had led the firmament with the stars to dispell the dark shadows of tbe tomb and to make out of it a life ever lasting Oh could I speak his match less worth and shine his glories forth I soar and touch the heavenly strings and vie with Gabriel while he slugs Devine was his errand this Son of God and we must leave the measure of his greatness into other hands than OUrs But we do know that his life will go down through the ages as a sweet but mighty echo which rolls if root soul to soul and rolls forever and forever 14B IlEBCVNCTON Millions Given Away It Is certainly gratifying to the public to know of one concern in the land who are not afraid to bo generous to the needy and suffering The proprie tors of Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds have given away over ten millions trial bot thee of this great medicine and have the satisfaction of knowing it has abeo lately cured thousands of hopeless cases Asthma Bronchitis Hoarse ness and all disease of the Throat Chest and Lungs are surely cared by It Call on Perry Thomas Druggist Successors to W G White and set a 11Everyfunded 8 Sato Mrt oaue Sloans sale on Wednesday was tyhlpgLays Atictloneor D lph Work homes in pair sold for 175 to 240 single horses atiOI to 110 for highest prices Mitch and dry cows at 25 to iiQ j spring 3ngTieifers 26f weanlings at 13 Lot 65pound shoats at 260 per head- YoungJeioy bullat 18 will approxl slate pricaa obtained Commoa hoses ft large number at jnoderaepicas Vehicles ot were in good det aad Jake gave thf crowd nn exlilbkie of exp fl drivirijc a fiery doabte teMI which calmln 6ed in Aen4lisio with the w NdjoYettllftllRCtW asd- aeaUoaes sl sIsrsA L C 1 c i MABAMS 6REAT BAftSJWN It WM In nn auction store on Maia treetjnst before the auctioneer mount ed tho box Goods were being sold privately to those who desired to buys A well dressed woman was examining a bit of jewelry What is the price of this she askedThat will cost yon madam replied tho salesman Cant you shade that figure a bit No cant possibly tkea cent less But Ill tell you what Ill doif you will wait a few moments the auction sale will be started and Ill place the article under the hammer Yon may then bo able to buy it in for almost nothing The woman said she would wait Ton minutes later on tho auctioneer began the sale There were some half dozen people in the store The bit of jewelry in question was placed on the counter and bids invited Some one offered 60 cents then SI was bid 2fojlowed and then S3 This last bid was made by the woman who had sought to by the bit of jewelry before the sale A gentleman came in looked at the article and calmly said I like- that Ill give you S4 The Woman quickly shouted five dollaral Then the bidding ceased and the bit of jewelry was turned over to the last and best bidder She had refused to pay SI a few minutes before but she forgot that and went home to tell hubby dear what a bargain she got at tbe auction store forafSbill Vrare Men Fall Victims to stomach llverand kidney troubles as well as women and all feel the results in loss of appetite poisons in the blood backache nervousness headache and tired listless rundown feeling But theres no need to feel like that Listen to J W Gardner Idaville Ind He says Electric Bit Ters are just the thing for a man when he is all run down and dont care whether he lives or dies It did more to give me new strength and good appetite than anything I could take I can now eat anything and have a new lease on life Only 50 cents at Perry Thomas Drug Store Every bottle 3 HE OBEYED ORDERS Years ago when Clemenceau was tbe mayor of Martre and at tho samo time a deputy be opened a dispensary in tbe quarter where advice was given free for Clemencean is a specialist in skin diseases One day he noticed that he had just one hour in which to get his luncheon and go down to the chamber where he had to interpellate the gov ernment He called lila assistant and said how many more patients are there waiting Six replied the man One after the other had his case thing nosed and Clemenceau alter another glance at his watch be said tell the other two to undress at once as I have only two more minutes to wait One entered and Clemenceau wrote out a prescription in the twinkling of an eye The last man came in as naked as the day when he was born Clemenceau eyed him for n minute and then said You are suffering from no skin din ease What have you come here to worry me for The man looked at him aghast for a minute and replied Skin disease I never said I had skin disease Your man came in and told me to undress JL le Deput and Idid so All I wanted to ask you was to use your influence to get my sister a place in the postof flees in Algeria Clemenceau smiled took his name and did use bis Influence Today Fannie take my advice and never marry a newspaper man But your husband is a newspaperman and you seem to get along very well But wo dont Every evening he brings home a big bundle of newspapers from all over the country and It nearly drives me crazy How sol I read the bargain counteradvertise monte in Chicago Boston and other places a thousand miles off where I cant get to them A female Sam Jones is stirring up Missouri Recently In a sermon she said There Is a man in this audi once who is untrue to his wiforl am going to throw this hymn book at him She raised the book to throw and all dodged but one poor man She bUs tered the dodgers and lauded the one true man It was afterward learned that be was deatand dumb A man who expects to do nil his wifes thinking says a corn fed philosopher might as well marry a fool Meekisdn of Ohio Has Been Greatly Benefitedby- Peruna Oensrewmaa D Moektoon rf OhtewrKc the following letter to Dr Ilartmaa Dr S B Harman Columbus DE Sml have used several bot ties of FerutBa and feergrcatly bene fitaet thereby I have bees dUcted ROD D MKKKMOK with efttMTh of the head sod feel encouraged to believe that eonttntxsd use of Pernna will fully eradicate a diseMe of thirty yean standing Yours alaD MIESJSON The eoBtlatted YteelpfiOieru1or IMaM like this for Dr Harteaans peat catarrh remedy psoy Its valae beyqed quetlon Men of promlaenc 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YARDS CINCINNATI O TELEPHONE 7346 XErAH Information regarding live stock cheerfully furnished Consign your stock direct to us Bept7ly ++++ CALL JLT + +++ fJglt111 SALOON PARLOR WREN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found in the city are dispenses by uptodate ad SKXSOJDIMO o saiisi iatp W sr Kept as Tq- iPhoe3 fli11 l JjJJlil Seois JiIJHiLo1f1ft jt III111 We Dont Want a Cent Of your money unless you 0get value received for it For that reason we are always l glad to have you look around the store and learn how much better you can do here than anywhere elseCe I SUItes Bedroom 1 1 tlw In BirdsEye Maple Mahog any Golden and Antique Oak jNj Beautiful Brass and Folding Beds Elegant Sideboards Extension and Center Tables 4tOdd Dressers Chiffoniers 4Parlor Cabinet Book Cases Hat Racks Etc Etc P There is also on display in my store the most elegant display of Morris Chairs ever brought to Richmond j F My selection of Rocking Chairs and Moquette Roxberry and Axminster Carpets cannot- be f excelled A handsome line of Couches in Velvet and Corduroy just received from the city Clothes Hampers Scrap and Work Baskets Smyrna and Wilton Rugs are also attractive additions to our t IiiIfcall and my line of Framed Pictures Me dallions c We also make a specialty of Ii framing pictures tena1eOur line is full and complete and in charge of Mr M Grown a graduate embalmer and funeral director It will pay you to call on me before purchasing elsewhere = S NEVILLE MOSmLfY r Successor toJS Collins L 83NIQHT PHONE 23S3 tIxexex xeXex x A BOON TO MANKIND DRTABLERS BUCKEYE PILECURE F A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL arid EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN F CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBES BY MAIL 75 CENTS BOTTLES 50 CENTS JAMES F 1AIUAD Sale Prneftr 310 North Main Street ST LOUIS MO For sale by PERRY THOMAS Dru gists1I0151y Madison Monumental Works ESTABLISHED 1863 JAMES T HAMILTON PROPRIETOR Monuments Tombs Heaistwes Statuary and Foreign and Americas Marble and Granite FIREWORK A SPECIALTY +++Those who are contemplating buying Marble Granite or any kind ot Cemetery Wort will find it to their interest to call at the old stand in the rear of this M B Church on Irvine Street where they will find constantly on hand a large stock of finished work to select from at prices to suit all elarses of buyers AIR W G IOUCHEIII ono of the best workmen in Central Kentucky is in charge of our establishment and this means satisfactcry work In every phase Parties living at a distance should write to us for designs which will be furnished OR application t YOtJR PATRONAGE SOLICITEDw3 J MSSD HvuLToN Proprietor REPAlRIHa AND A svcmvNE WATCHES AllY irk iurteed L E LANE JENEJLEE cSc OZPITZOT A 1ST f 2ND STREET RICHMOND KY Sell Your Hides I AND BUY YOUR Seed Potatoes at Thurmans We pay tile Highest and sell p r lot tb IitPrce on eartIi 1 rHtTRA1 GOCZITCOl- OL J Mw LPwJc KKEMOND n f-cIiIityo r F lEAk The Richmond Climax itC1INAULTand Editors C B WOODS Associate Editor WEDNESDAY MCII 22 1899 FCBII8UKD ZVERY WEDNICSUAY BY The Climax Printing Co PRICE PER YEAR 150 ANNOUNCEMENT FOR AUDITOR We are authorized to nnnounce JOHN B CHENAULT of Madison county a candidate for the office of State Auditor subject to the action of the Democratic State Convention FOB aUilESElT4TIV We are authorized to announce 11111 WILL IAMS a candidate for the Legislature subject to the action ol the Democratic party We are authorized to announce W W COM S a candidate to succeed himself in the next general assembly of the State of lien tucky subject to the will of the Democratic party Tnwfidministration is guilty of many sins of commission LSr tho horseless ago conic Our soldiers will then bo fed on sure enough beef Gov PJNGHEE refuses to believe his own arguments that he is not a Repub Beau WE suggest new motto for the Republican party In Now Jersey We Trust THE only excuse so far offered for the bad beef is that it was not half so bad as it smelled I TilE President is enjoying a well earned rest after carrying Alger and Eagau for two years Fnou late developments it is proved that the charges are unfounded against the army canned beeffor the reason that itwas canned horse THE Attorney General of the United States is from Now Jersey where all the great trusts are being i incorporated Singular coincidence or rather it is a coingular singleness MARK HAXNA is willing to admit that the Republican platform of 1900 will reiterate what it saul in 1880 about trusts The Republican platform of 1800 was silent on the subject of trusts ADMIBABIKO SAMPSON has surrender odatlast Helms given up his promotion to a Rear Aduiiratey in orderto create sympathy for an otherwise tenthrate captain which he WHS before lavorite isui snatched him from obscurity A CAREFUL rending of the report made by thu senate committee in the Ilannn bribery case will doubtless re veel the fact that llnnna was vindicated on the grounds that he did nothing more than many of his colleagues and predecessors have 1010 SENATOR OAMILER says he is not yet willing to believe that the Republican pnrty passed entirely into the hands of the trusts This declaration calls to mind a famous couplet A woman convinced against her will hot the same opinion still Were be very willing to believe Mr Chandler could tind plenty of evi denee to eupport the charge that the trusts hold the Republican party in the hollow of their hand PERSONAL Mrs Joe Carr of Paris was hero lust week Miw lAura Lynn has returned from Tonneesee Mr Vernon 14 Vaughn of Irvine was here last week Mrs Crow is visiting her sister Mrs Lucy Welch at Danville Mrs H C Jaslpr Spout several days with Cincinnati friends last week Mrs Curtis F liurnam and Miss Lucia were in CincinnaU last week Mr Newton Dunn is visiting his bmthor Mr Win Dunn in Fayette Mr Anderson Chenault anti Miss WnshingtonnMr A T Kice of Paris was the guest of his brother Mr Z T Rice last weekMiss Margaret Howell visited Miss Jonnie Parkes near Paint Lick last weekMr Charles Wsdden has returned to CiFiBroweriCo LEXINGTON KY Tn rin Df f rinE judgingIrOiflconvinc l tliev are hero if you take a walk through our store Our Ions preparations are now bearing goodsare showing air over the storo aull a fairarpriccil lot of merchandise lisa never reached the town A few pieces in the various departments aro mentioned FURNITURE A like cozlness folio wstlie Use of properly chosen furniture Your taste will find a wide range 1ft our new spring stock CARPETS c0101Manyand at prices that will make them early movers Only tho most skilled and oipci fenced labor employed nil work guaranteed Wall PaperHundreds of new novel designs youlllentmatter up now come and see the now hue r racric- A Latest arrivals pro decidedly at tractive now weaves n J138 in patterns rxiinch goods inBiIks7 Mad ras and M ual i n s We have recently engaged an exportr drapecand offer his services at reasonable I prices C1F1BroerCo1 MAIN AND BROADWAY JLEXIN0T0N Y- H1l7 B efa tlOCT C eattSwr wot lS MAKING A GREAT RACE From the Big Sandy to the Purchase from the Ohio to the Tennesse Whine Madisons candidate for Auditor is making a canvass of remarkable strength He is wisely taking no part or parcel in the Gubernatorial contest but is con fining himself strictly to his own race He has behind him the solid support of his home county and is beyond all peradventure of a doubt the leading candi date before the party of the state for Auditor Mr Chcnanlt possesses every qualification for the office His sixteen years banking experience peculiarly fits him for the position whilst his practical bus iness sense his collegiate training his firmness breadth and general capacity would give the party a standard bearer that would beget the confidence of all classes His ability and his Democracy alike are on the partys altar He has done great service for his party in critical contests and we commend this fine specimen of manhmoodtotho consideration the State Union City alter a long absence atLe royllk t J Mr and Mrs n E L BiReerstaff atr lend l tho funeral of the latters father Adam Baum at Mt Sterling nu Satur day Judge Sullivan has been quite ill having sufferoda relapse but maim proving Miss Maude cFisber of Tampa Fla was here lust week to attend the fLiict al of her father Mr B Ji Goucher of Junction City is visiting Mr and Mrs W Goucher on Fifth street Mrs J D Bawhings wife of the R N I U conductor of Versailles is visiting friends here Mr and Mrs T Dykes of Clark have returned homo alter visiting Mr and Mrs Jesse Dykes Mr J Harry llendren is located at Corhett Oregon which by the Way is a long ways from Foxtown Mrs J B McGinn and daughter returned last Thursday to Versailles af ter visiting Mrs Orant E Lilly Gov and Mrs Jas B McCreary left last Thursday to visit Mr and Mrs Robert H McCreary in Chicago Mr and Mrs A D Miller and daughter Elizabeth leave today for a visit to relatives at Harriman Tenu Mr N V White is back from Cin heavilyiiiGibson Miss Julia Higgins was welcomed home on Saturday from a twomonths visit in Washington Baltimore and New York Mrs A T Million was at Lancaster last week and secured considerable busineafor the Southern Mutual In vestment Co Miss Ella Parkes has the position of AttorneyItBuilding Kansas City Mo Mr F Corzelius proprietor of the Vendome at Ashland the finest hostelry in eastern Kentncky is the guest of his son George at the Hotel Glydon Dr J W Poyntz leaves today for a much needed visit in the east While absent he will look in on some of the leading hospitals and see how the sick aro treated in those institutions Associate editor McIntyre of the Harrodsburg Democrat was a visitor here last weel Several of the best students at CU are from Mercer iggor the lmatlmnms and others Have you seen Torn Moberley He ie just home from Hot Springs and is the best possible advertisement of the curative waters of that famous resort He looks fine and after his deserved rest is ready for a long siege of hard work properlyDr eyestoIn Louisville fou week or 801 mid parentsMr pastthreoprecriptionist by Douglas Wells re singncd to accept a position with Bob lilitWynne Drug Co of Raleigh N C Mr Ulngosefficlency as a druggists genial disposition have made him a number uf regret his departure and wish him success in his new home Mr 4i C Wines will suc ceed him Miss Laura Lynn pleasantly enter tained five couples at on Monday night Delightful refreshments were served Miss Marry Collins and Dr Dunn lame off victorious It uras a jolly party and Miss Lynn could not have planned an entertainment more tOtb tasto of Mr Jim Neale is President and appointed the next uieotiiiR with Miss Bennett nt any time agreeable to her Mr Joel Tribblo rthd Mr Louis Nealo with be heavily fined for nonattendance lion Brutus J of Richmond is credited with having the Indorse ment of the Itepublican members aM- ex members the Kentucky Congress Expoliitlonf indorhement dosnt seem to be having much Influence at the White nowadays when it comes to deciding what shall be done with vacant offices outside the State Kentucky has lan itwliiiebutabePresident is not doing any worrying as qbonhe may a State that will goll him in the next presidential rjJceMt Vernon SIgnalf MARRIED IVAUEWiisoNA wedding ol un usual beauty was that of Miss Pattie Uilson and Rev D P Ware which took placejm Wednesday afternoon last at tho Methodist church at College prettilydecorated wnsstblbjug furnished by Miss Snub Powlllan organlnt of ability The attendants were Miss Madge Wilson the brides sister and Mr Quincy Covington Miss Alice Grinston 11111110f Jima Wilson Time bride who was a popular and ac complished teacher oldest daughter of Pleasant Wilson The groom Is pastor oLtho Methodist church at Clay City Powell county BIRTHS CoLu2ro tic wiof J w Cole a girt named Ada Mae for a beloved sister of Mrs Cole MIns Ada William son of IndianapolisS I DEATHS agedTOshort illness at tho residence of her daughter Mrs JH Neff Burial on a1daYMteraoo the funeral services rnK by Rev JasparJC Sstslth f DoonivT J DMM tIIiet if Li t UQutof Sight Out of Mind Li other months we forget the harsh winds of Spring Cutthey have their use as some say to blow oat the bad air accumulated after Winter storms and Spring thaws There is far more important accumulation of badness in the veins and arteries of humanity which needs Hoods Sarsaparilla This great Spring Medicine clarifies the blood as nothing elsecan It cures scrofula kidney disease liver troubles rheumatism and kindred ailments Thus it gives perfect health strength and ap petite for months to come Kidneys My kidneys troubled me and on advice took Hoods Sarsaparilla whIch gave prompt relief etterDppetlte My sleep Is refreshing It cur my wife StreetPlttsburgDyspepsia Complicated with liver rearswithSarsaparilla made me strong and hearty J B EHKKTOX Main Street Auburn Me Hip Disease Five running sores on my caused me to use crutches Was confined to bed every winter Hoods Sar saparllla saved my life as U cureI me per fectly Am strong and well Axsts Resist 49 Fourth St Fall River Mass Jfro s a4 tHixxTi pllli euro liver III the BonlrrlUUni and only cathartic to take with liooai SaraaparUl Leonard W Doolan a well remembered student of C U 9192 died last Wed nesday in Shelby county He was for years President of tho Shelby Fair and the foremost school teacher of that countyGARUErrMr and Mrs W F Gar rett ot Livingston are mourning the death of their threemonthold babe which died lastweek The mother was formerly Miss Nellie Fish sisterof Mr Carlos Fish of Paint Lick who was for a while an efficient deputy under County Clerk White of Madison HAHVEY Mrs Nannie E Harvey wife of W J Harvey Esq died on March 9 at her homo near Baldwin typhoidfeverand leaves a husband and four chil bu7inggroundKanatzer Mr Harvey has the sympathy of many friends FISHEB The death of Mr Thos M Fisher was only briefly mentioned in our last issue He died early Tuesday morning of cancer of the stomach countyDeceased cltyMrjbon county Miss Maud Fisher of Tampa Florida and Misses Edna and Delia Fisher of Laredo Texas BATJM In the death of Adam Baum a prominent influential highly es untrhasty His wealth is estimated af200000 but time affectionate esteem in which he was held by the people of his town and county will be a rich legacy to the bereaved family He leaves a wife sad four children Mrs Robert R L BiggerstafT of this city and William Edgar and Rudolph Baum M BSIIOS Mrs Catherine Merehon relative of Mr John Mershon of this city died last week at Uorbln aged 72 She was the grandmother of Mrs John J Hagnn The Stanford Journal says Mr and Mrs J C 1ler hon Miss Forsythe and Holnmn Stewart accompanied the remains of Mrs Catharine placeWednesdaydiet of complication of trembles and had been five weeks POND Rev John G Pond died at yearslorpastor the Mt Gilcad Baptist church this county Four survive him Miss Nettle Pond MrsEly Mrs 8al Ross and a son Soup Pond Funeral services were conducted on unday last at Mt OIl as1 followed lv interment in the cemetery there beside his wife who two years ago Mr Pond Y5 a familiarfigure to the citi zens of Madison lie was a man of great strength ot character and deep piety was r valiant Union soldier a Colonel of a colored regiment His death will cause Widespread regret LOCAL CokenV Hor rg In n New York Sale Messrs Wagers Cohen as Mat says Mr Wagers and his son Mat1wilt shortly ship to New York about two dozen saddle and roadster horgee which they will xjispose of atthe American Horse ExQhango sale lo be held In New York April 10 The CLIMAX has seen tIle list of horses and if somebody dont go over the list and pick oat a few of the choicest then this State will lose a score of the best bred and best trained ani malsBCba hero in a long wliilel Hiw a Split Lip Came MwLnlng Us Owner ThPrluSBut for the fact Ibat Mr Lewis Her rlngton was suffering from a sore lip he would probably have been at least edwitU Kr Shropshire lathe orator lenl eotest laM vkM Central Unf v ttaiPin l itJiUir Siiift ii jlL- u Harringtons difficulty in enunciatiSn was due tOa natural defect of speech and it is said that but for this trouble they would havo had difficulty in awarding the medal over him Let not this be taken as derogatory to Mr Shropshire for he was given tho honor justly and will feel no mortification in being classed with the Atlanta speaker Those who wish to read an oratorical gem bl purest ray written bynTroung1 iman of genius should over our firSt vate and find there one of the sipiilspeeches overmoa d1fverod at- c I J ssS The Stanford Interior Journal says of a well known oxcitlzetiof Madison IJpsse M Alversbn rounded up five yeVra of faithful service in this office Friday during which he has never been late to work and hasnt missed a weekpn account of sickness iftall that time There Ire Ion better printers andaioudwlio stands higher with aUy office than Mr Alverson v Coming from that source tho Comply merit is weightier than mere words and must be deserved to ho won If Jess ever goes o Congrcssor prevents Davi eon rdmcarrying Lincoln county iuthe future lila ambition will bo satisfied Next to his handsome wife he thinks more of Mr Walton and Gov McCreary than he does himself We nsted Marion Green In 18S9 to give Jess a job in his office and if he didnt give satisfaction we would pay all expenses lie gradu ated there in five years and is taking a FO P FirstClass Printer degree on tho Interior Journal Pigeon Shooting all the Rage A club composed of ten membersen gaged in pigeon shooting near the fairgrounds on the four mile road Friday afternoon A great deal of interest was manifested in this event which was planned several weeks prior to tim dato set for time shooting ISaclr member waS entitled to shoot at ten live pigeons making a total of one hundred which werosupplied to the club by Mr Harry S Morgan of Whites Station v A majority of the club never before shot at pigeons and at the begin ing the birds did not drop as might be expected by an onlooker but toward the last each member seemed to get moro steady and very few birds left tIme grounds without being wounded Below is given the numberoF birds killed by each member but Of ten chances i v Harvey ChenaUlt 7 Matt SCohen Neale Bennett JJ 5 lRT J Smith Jr i3E- o Eo Mitchell vst2 2Jo Number birds killed 38 We can safely say that more tlln fifty out of one bundriod Birus sere killed bnt only thirtyei1It cOunted as the others killed did not laIr inside of the required limit Mr Jas W Smith who is considered one of the bestJird shots in Madison county failed to score but a single shot although ha killed a majority of his birds but they fell dead outside the fiftyyard line and were otc untell Others fared almost the same way The club will ineet next Friday and will probably admit new members and perfect arrangements for another shoot m5lugA Remarkable Case Without a Parallel Over on time east side of tho ceme tery in title city in tho strip allotted to the graves of colored people stands a plain modest slab which bears the followinginscriplion To the Memory x f FENWICKlIy Friend This is Erected Ity G G VEST Tile slab is leanning and beginning to be covered with lichens while the grave at time head of which it is planted is sunken but it tells the story of a truehearted gentleman who having won fame and fortune in his western home did not forget the devotion of that faithful old heart which overflowed with sympathy when his childish sor rows were poured into her willing ears and when the hand which guided the tottering steps of lila infancy was still ed in death he paid this small tribute to her memory The man who did this has few equals in a rough and tumble debate or as an eloquent orator and who recently said of the late Justin S Merrill of Vermont He was kind courteous genial and he never turned away from time poor and distressed If all those to whom he whispernanthem sweeter and more sonorous than any that qver pealed through cathedral aisle Sirho sleeps and sleeps well in the granite mountains of his native State and until those moun tains are melted by fervid heat his memory will be lovcdand cherished not only by the peoplovwho loved and trusted him but by those of the entire Union In honoring the memory of his old black mammy George Graham Vest U S Senator from Missouri born and reared in this citybut honored him self Frankfort Roundabout A Professional Ball Player Here The famous pitcher Bert Cunning ham of tho liouisvilles arrived last week anti is coaching the Central Uni vArsity team as ho did last year when it won the college championship de eating Center llO in ono of their games Mr Cuuningham is a most gentlemanly player and we believe a very proper person to have trftin the young men He encourages them by saying at this tilue last year the mater ial of that now famous club vas inferior to what ho has this year to work upon But we construe such praiseto bo mere ly a good method of encouragement to our boys this year Every memberVf this years team with one exception Bigger is a new man True there are some promising ones notably Trvdlock Thomspom Hall Chatham Howej Jx gnu Adams and others but with a neverdying memory of that splendid team ofdastpar wo cartriot buttsk where i9 the mighty Martlri ilia auplsrb Speed the victorious Vinegar BiUJ the redoubtable Denny the splendid Awarded Highest HonorsWorlds Fair DR lItliJ BAliN5 PODikSMOST PERFECT MADE Frethornotn Tji T4D JU IL 10 jO lll1lngAnsOnly Irreminds n fine chip oW the old lo of ai1ttis true but the ptheri lave gone from usperhaps for1 evef the finest trained the rnotf glor ious team that ever wore the cream and crimson of C U Mr Cunningham has earned a great reputation in the world for his pitching but jiisfamejtlius afchiojed will be eclips Sd of the fltl Guard of OSfades from tie memory ofman fffSreafioulsV As thirhitsfl upils their glory is hisalso We wish Mr Cunningham a pleasant stay though tIe meteorological out look isnot propitious for a great iimojint of puldojir r work for the tejun fPlayballl Death ol Sidney Johnson anIIjnouncemeDt tlo Rock Ark last Friday night aged about 33 years Few students of C U have ever attained the position in time hearts of our citizens held by this splendid type of southern manhOod It hnbeen thirteen years since he was graduated since wo heard him deliver his nevertoboforgotten oration Night Brings Out The Stars The University was scarcelyvoat of its swad- dlIng clothes friends had risen in its hour of need thousands had been con tributed to give it strength and perma nence This was the central idea of his thene and as a climax thereto he turned and pointed to the portrait of the Universitys beloved benefactor Singleton P Wnlters as the bright par ticular star that burst like the arm of God irom the sleeve of darkness and saved the University But the gentle chivalrous brainy boy is no more The traits and talents that won the love and admiration of Iris collegq com1 pani9ns were glorified inhis maturcr years and tothe circle of friends who mourn him Lore are added thousands of others who will rejoice as we do that he was their friend We are indebted to President Logan of Central University for a copy of the Arkansas Gazette of March 18 aud from a column notice of Mr Johnsons death we extract the following All Little Rock grieves over the death of Mr Sidney J Johnson which bccnrfed at 1080 a m yesterday at his residence 1401 fccott street The an nouncement that the end had come was a shock to time city It was known that Mr Johnson had been confined to his hpme sinCe February 8 at which time he suffered a broken leg while coasting with a party of friends on Rapley Hill He improved apparently right along however and only Thurs tIny night his condition appeared so fa vorable that his wife and his brothers were happy over the thought that he would soon be well Ten days ago tho attending physiclon expressed the np prehension that possibly complications resultant from the injured leg might in volvo the heart The hope was oxpres- cd however that such a possibility would not be realized This hope was slrongtheriedby improvement from day to lay in his condition A fatal turn came yesterday about TiSO a m and Mr Johnsons death soon became a matter of but u few hours and the fear expressed by the physician was sadly realized Mr Johnson waaconscious to the last though suffering intensely His wife ami his two brothers were with him to the end- On1ecemnber 9 1892 Mr Johnson was married to Miss Jiiines Wilson qrhjeotMemphis Teiin No children were born to tho couple Mrs Johnson Is a social favorite as was her husband and tho tears of many saddened friends will bq mingled with hera in the great be reavement VALLEY VIEW Malinger G A Roy was in Nicholas villo Monday Dr Elmer Northcutt was in Irvine one day last week W li Khoreri of Wilmore Is visiting his sister Mrs A E Goosey Joe Wharton agent at Keene visited his uncle M F Wharton Friday Mrs Mary Smith of hive Is visiting herson Hamilton R Smith and wife EL Hadon was in Cincinnati last week where he purchased a largo line of spring and summer goods Dr Thomas Welch of Nuholasville was called Saturday to see a little child of G A Roys thatwas very sick Born Thero arrived at the home of E B Scrivener last Wednesday nighttime latest edition humanity of which every couple think they possess the finest copy in time form of a baby boy lilted with suction and testing apparatus for milk and automatic alarm to regulate supply and demand WABlEP AND WOVEN yon CLIMAX READERS AND COLORED TO SUIT TiLE TIMES Time Kentucky river is out of tho banks and rising slowly GM Lyons is erectingji room to be used as a store room arid postollice A D Goosey has rented Hotel BUr- ton lIlt Host Goosey will take possession at once Time grandest event of the season in this wick of woods culminated inn grand social hop at the residence of Mr and Mrs G W Beck last Thurs day night Among those from a distance vho graced the happy event by their presence were Miss Emma West Jessamine Henry Moore Spears DorImanmond and others whose names I have not space to mentionSTo justly describe the most brilliant of all frlliiaut uventspnes pen should be dipped in rainbow tints Time brightly lit parlors the soft strains of music from Owen Walkers hummed string band time kalehloscoriic colors in stlk satin and gauze the blaze of jnwQJs the fairy Hitting forms danlUnowfuthrough the room made a scene BOIiumslcapitallladgnthered on yet time torpsichorean muse presid beIhtnliquidlightthanked that cavalier W E ChaSe by whose kindness they were participatingsocial hop whore each Venus present wits a queen of loves domain who could chase Cupids bow that pierced the Hartjandbundttlje Reid while the hopInil vam6osed thd ranch Scs JAY ELL EOn 100 Jlewanl 100 The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that herois at least oud dre disease that science has been able Jgurelfnn1l1ts stages and that is Cure is the only positive cure now known to the mjjuicil fraternity Catarrh being coiistltntional disease requires a con Etltntional treatment Units Catarrh Cure is taken iuternally acting direct ly upon the hloodAnd mucous surfaces the system thereby destroying the Qiindation of Ute disease and giving time putcrIt streiigtlj by building time coiistlfution Id assisting nature in do ingits work The proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it Fails to carp Send for list iii Testimonials Addrss Olito PJ CHENEY Co TO- ldo Sold b Drng1t 75 cents K1PM1y PLIIZ the kiM1- t 1oiIL1 t jtajUVE rtENTY OF COALS fill orders Spromptly Our Pine Creekt exSHay C8ri etc Tek phone 21 near R N I fr B Deptf STtTMi Strictly Cask NEFF MILLION Perfecting Arrangemenienls For Time Slate Bicycle Meeting Here Time Richmond Bicycle Club Is going right aioimgmriuit its work arranging for the reat event to be called off hero in JupewlieaalLfhe clubs In tIme State will meet in anQtiAL session to hold races and elect officers It will be a two days eve of amid we trust our citizens will appreciate the importance of having so many visitors with us and that every effort will be made tp ijphold the repu tation of the community for hospitality At tile last weekly meeting at the store of the President Mr H JStrong the following committees were named Executive Committee J D Clark A H Zaring D P Armer French Tipton J Q Morgan C E Woods rCuper Hood Cy Douglas Race Committee A H Zaring Cy Douglas George Simmons PrlzesJ D Clark 11 M Pulley Charles Douglas Press French Tiptpn A II Zaring D IT Freeman C E Wopds Advertising C E Woods Fred Grhistead Sharp HoJmes J C Morgan Score Carusp P Armer John Harris C L Burns flume Sims Frank KennedyS Tickets J C Morgan E V Elder Rufus Sims Tranporfatlon Kuper HOod David Bingo E V Elder Frank Jtennedy 4Jnrton Ferris ug1nsrFreeman Charles Douglas Geo Sim mon J Q Morgan CL Burns D I ArmerS t 19c 7 t 1l7 tell your need of in the or not to the of D B SHACKELTTOUD CO ++ ever think know the are to in for than the not S Co just on your g foot for 3 Co 7yyyy I 7 7 0 Leiler the Wheat King Here Richmond was ylsited last Friday by Jospph Leiter famous young Na poleou of tho pit and while nothing is known re garding the object of his coming it is believed that he came to inspect the R N I Do road with a view of bid for it at the next sale Mr Leiter and a party of six or seven capitalists spent Friday night at the antI there must have been big scheme on hand for np all and received telegrams throughout their stay The was at his table until day and the party left on the train They visited Irvine and to Chicago Dont leavo a door open after you When you find it FREIGHT PREPAID arm eli attach menta war ranted 10years If machlnetsnotsat Isfactozyinodyimoney funded Send cash with order De scriptive circular sent en applies tion WIAYNE co 800 FOURTH AVB LOUISVHU KY Dr Louis II Landm n So 603 West Ninth Street Cincinnati Ohio will be at the Hotel Zimmer Richmond Ky on Wednesday April 12 1899 every second o mouth Deference every of Rlch mondKy febl6ly 1Iisitlli S Edna Tillet Etc Pliffs Notice of Sate Elizabeth Turner Deft I in Equity By of a Judgment and order ot Sale of the Circuit Court at the January term therof 1839 in the above stylI cause the undersigned will cn Friday March 24th 1899 Between the hours of oclock p m and 2 oclock p the Court Rouse coor county Kentucky po hlghetI1ldderappurtenancesthereonon Kentucky and as followi On the south the lands of Wm Burgis on the east by W HtaKprd on the north by otherlands of defendant and tho west by Tales Creek and supposed to con tain four acres more or less will be made on a credit of six months The will be to give bond with approved security tot the pay mentof the purchase money to have the force and eSect of a replezin bond legal fa terest fiom the day of sale with a lieu re served upon said property until all the pun Chase money s E u a Jt c C mchUJw I OPIUM Tab4bi cured home with BoKHitlculars ce 1M KortU ror aE 2OT t1 OWffscyc ThoroughbredLl1dnralJln tllatPoultry Show 1a4 year Can nluMammoth Pekia Bw JIIra ddreIAatOJlerB RRrYLaVI wk waJrrIi it y j j I L 1 7IVI 7 Are you married 0 + M MM M + + + ++++ MMM +++4M+++++4 + + I mean to any particular if so get n and i buy where you can get the BEST GOODS for th LEAST MONEY Come to my store bnvii1ctef yourself of the wonderful reduction in DressW Jloods TnderwearWoolHoslCrBlanKeiS Com oHs Ii and l L 1 jDONT FORGETThatour line of Mens Boots and Shoes are the most complete and best inthecity I also carry a good line of Clothing and Overalls IVLy stock of goods is to numerous too mention so will quote only a few prices I 71 that are now making them go elt j t I t a in to ++ a a in 5 the each at on Is at t with the on or r With the will I Jnlia A Exr Plfl of term 1399 ia the above style cause the will on the hours of 11 a m and 12 Two lots with good etc in Ky 1st A lot of land on the and as at a point on the Big Rill pike corner to lot No 3 shown on plot Sled made by S with said pike 68 feet to the lineof lot No1 on said plot thence at right of lot No3 at right angle 197 feet to on the south side of Biz Hill pike lying of and the lot and on said pike 37 feet and back in a wes terly 197 feet to a width in the rear of 38 feet Sale will be made on a credit of 6 and 12 The will be lien upon said until all the money is paid 8 E M C M C C AND In of an order of the Court at its term 1899 the State Bonk iTrust t of will as 01 John sell upon the in Ky at a m to the best the viz A tract of land on the waters or less all in good Lion At tho tame time and place the per aged males one mare mule ore horse mule seven head of U cows and calves three steers seven and a lot of cora la the J1500 the will be land will be told upon a hue and effect of II tha State Bank Trust as SoJ will at the aamn and place of tho tale sell to the acres 61 land on too ot lad te well 6eete and one of ilmo best or land In Ie ici Ky IM tcnu of M l are the same ta Ia ate X tha of Jobu as 1eU J j X i v ii for38c j I arid up Ladies Allwool Spool Cotton Ic L5c 12 Yards 5c Ic and up Perfume 5e a box and up Brown 3c yard 1 Clothing a up Overcoats up Always watch for my advertisement can save you money I Dee I XOWEN McKEE rMain and 1st Sts Eichmond 7I 7F7I 7 7f 7F 7I tl I 7I aa 71f 7 You that when anything Hardware Stove + line until they get Reliable House fAcame They had lifetime the hardware business and they they peoples wants They prepared sell anything the hardware less money you can get same goods anywhere when you are trading with keep rabbit and your eye peeled hoodoos D B SHACKELFORD u 71 tt Chicago grain positive ding Glyndon some they remained night operator light morning returned Saturday closed Forthls5ty14Dew macblncwitli MPQ mch226m Wednesday Sal virtue Madison rendered Richmond Madison county bounded tbalandeofj TERM8Sale purchaser required bearing Bcorr aldW1I1Itey frIITh- oronghbrcd house divorce and up Cor Old Notice to Creditors ofColumbusundersigned properly verified willbejnchS4 annexed Master COUlmissionerls Sie Crandalls Notice SaleClark oftheJanuary thereof undersigned Friday March 24th 1899 Between oclock RichmondMadison followingdwellings thereon Richmond pikeknownbounded follows herewith Parrish thence 19i5feetthence beginningId Situated southeast adjoining former fronting running direction TEEMS months purchaser securityforbearIngreserved property purchase SCOTT mch52w Public uleo- r tio ER NALTY pursuance Madison County entered March undersigned Company Richmond Kentucky afs1gnce Powers premises Madison county o- ninyApr1L Beginning oclock highest bidder following property certain located CreekjindMenelaus deslrablytocatedfanna theLasari outbuIldings thereon audlafollowing lafDIIBg2yearold yearling horses heifers twoyearllngbnlls yearliar aoldtipouSBSerer required iesUhannSooLANDThe credit tromthefOothcthe10rce Judgment MadisonCountyCompany assignee Powers foregoing publicly highest ofJjPwerilaghtyHsres located Xadjoiningtbreeacrea trapreveil pieces coimtj rtqutred property Powers JeItII srillj 11Iist1C1 ilailtAIp rI iLj Blankets 104 toS500 Comforts 50c up Ladies Wool Skirts150c Ladies Vests Hose and 100Yard Spool Silk 1Lace Handkerchiefs Soap Cotton per 71200 and 250 and lieD OOS e1e Ia1c Sakk Sts Ky 7f M f M7Jf7 7tR folks Tinware stop have experience you line Now your hand 71 returning physician Against described Beginning diverging publicly purchaser suit Advance Advertisement g fWATCH THIS EVERY WEEK Next week iSTXadies Fleecedlined Hose worth 20cts for Bargainsthispanes The Maine Commission Co Dry Goods Notions and other articles Re member the name when in doubt- lbS fflEIGHEN Manager Con MAIN AND CIIEAPSIDE nov23ly RICHMOND KY Iwm mfVHimtlillJ i11ll fu ID s 01 6SO ak 223 E ugh Street Lexington Ky B Journal Osteopathy sent free on application TAXESThis will be your last notice for 1898 taxes All taxes due from real estate will be ad t1ri13rddue on personalty will be levied on at any time and all poll tax not paid atone will be garnisheed whereVer it will be possible to do so You elected me to collect your tax and that 1 am sureto dJ- Rfcspt H H C0LYER mch84w Sheriff Notice to Creditors ofJosephproperly verified at once to B B MILTON Adtnr- mcbStw With the annexed If MTH HEALTrifUl Altl PLEASURABLE and you can also say extreme lycomfortable wh n you are driving in one of our easy and fiandsome Buggies and Phaetons Ouif stock of fine cjacriages is unsurpassed for beauty style durability and general superiority and- re we Selling thetprices that will surprise yo usUtjoi wderecL Jorar DOXXIAOJTV DROPSY vegetabiiiuncdie d Imnny thucsand ones cuJeu nopejest tendays atlrast twothird omll Hjniptomrt einov cut TstImontnl and TEll DAYS tnatmrntfw ITR H H OBEIHS SOUS Box K Atlanta Qu Public S i As administrator of B B Cornell son deceased I will pn 1ury3MTC 2 Abolit lIne hour of 10o IQcka m on time premises one milo from Riclv mahd on Clgf lull pike otTer for salt publicly the following described prop erty trostory frame resilience with about four 4 acres land Time house is in excellent repair contains seven rooms all necessary outbuildings good Tie land is improved Also four- acresuimimmtoved land on south side phaeoI1 get of harness 1 much row 1 piano and a lot of TERMSAll suins under 10 cash in band over Jthat amount Jcash J in six months and balance in twelve months with interest at 6 per cent Possession given Immediately JB CORNELISON feb226w Administrator PUBLIC SAtE As executor of Leo Jako White I premisesnear M 18 Two lots immediately in jFoxtown aria4Sjof yards south ot Foxtbwn on the Rich mond and Lexington turnpike The balnimceInAllIUtenltdpred to comply with the above terms V O COLE wWfcr B3CJKVTOK a w r I TrT cwr Tr wv r L flIL f c iC IJIIST A PE DAYS + And our GREAT SWEEP OTITSALEvjiII be crowded out by our immense stockof BEswa success Theub1ic has been treated toa iofkCclean out our stock of Winter baigains Our only aim was toGoods and make forready our immense Line WeSpring have a variety ofv bargains still left which are AbeIngtaken fast Ifvery you havnUaken advantage of thisayou want to do so at once the invitation is extended to all Re r member this CUT PRICE SALE includes evei ything the ofin way Boots Shoes Hats Caps Underwear and t Neckwear Do not fail It11to calland see the great cut in prices we ire making on Hats Yours for good goods at low prices 4 IRICE T ARNOLD A1 SUCCESSORS TO WALLACE RICE I The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY MCII 22 1809 Dr Hobson Dentist The best smoker the Proctor Knott cigar TheSearcy tiling factory at Waco will be enlarged this spring Mrs L P Todd will open a milli nery store in this city this week J W Cole now has bis SingerSowlng Machine olllceiu the Schlegef building Col J W Caperton bought the Otter Creek toll house last week for 193 The Winchester Ford and Richmond telejhono line is progressing nicely CallowajVsTaylqrs leg was broken by the kick of a horse near Million last week I J Miss Tempie Oklhams export trimmer Miss Cratnor has arrived from Cincinnati Photo Button tho raging fadV25c 4MobirleysMr Ed Wines has resumed his po sition as prescriptionist at Douglas Walls drugstore It N Beazley of Paint Lick it is rtportod will run a general merchan disc store at Caleast A letter from lied House full of news was omitted because the writers name was not signed- Expostinaster Win Powell will remove this week to the Green property opposite the postutlice Mrs DaviJ Chenault Jr an ac complished teacher opened a private scbool at Waco last week McCann Deatherago will this week open their fine china store This will be a regular city feature for Uch mond Squire N B Turpin has been of ficiating as county judge during the illness of Judge Sullivan who is now better Bo sure and get your picture taken at the new photograph gallery over Moborleys furniture store Photes 6 for 25 cents feb225t Go up and see Cunningham the professional pitdinr train the C U boys at base balltheso beautiful af ternoons Mr W II Williams Democratic candidate for the Legislature denounces as false the rumor that he is or lias beer an jafulol Rev T S Hubert delivered his beautiful lecture on Homei Sweet Home at Berea last Tuesday night ton large and appreciative auilience Officer Chas Dudley captured three little negro boys who were charged with robbing the chicken coop of M Dajton tlie East E nd grocer The Singer Sewing Machine Office has removed to Schlegel photagraph gallery on Main street nmrii 4 J W COM Supervisor Music lovers will be glml to hear that the famous Schubert Symphony Club and Lady Quartette willappear in this city at Masonic Temple April 3 v A Waco lepubliumi through the Pautngrapli calls on E Tint Burnam and EzieMilliontp nuke tlc race for Senator and Representative respec tively Mr AT D Smith is manager of the lUchinond Fruit Co a new departure in business circles here lie hits the store formerly occupied by Miss Temp Oldham Homulus Million the negro who attacked Mr fjtumiel Todd nod was shot by the later has recovered from his wounds suUiuIently to be able to leave the Infirmary COl D W Tribbjo will begin a real estate and auction business here He is so well liked gad so competent and as an auctioneer of long experience that he will make a success Mr Robert Taylor one of the best bred young men in Kentucky is agent for the New York tailors Klee Co with headquarters in T J Smith Jrs olllco where he is display inn Spring suiting to fare you well The Richmond Fruit Co A P Smith proprietor has opened in till store two doors below the State Dank and Trust Co and will handle fruits vegetables chickens cgzs etc paying cash for country produce Jined the Army 1fntagraphLouts learned the printing trade hero the writer procuring him the first po sition he ever hold May his shadow never grow less K Good Individual For MadIscV J W Dales has bought of W A Dickiuson Trenton TCy the great combined saddle and harness stallion Lynn lloyd No 41 fUr service in Madison county Iiynn Boyd as a show horse and producer of highclass horses has no superior ill Kentucky He has been to Southern Kentucky what Black Squirrel has been to Cen tral Kentucky His coming id Mad son county should be appreciated by those interested breeding lbebest horses 0 Proctor Knott Cigar LOST A heavy plain gold ring Return to this office and get liberal reward wanted Situation By an oljl gardner and milker Small wages to right man Address care Ap Miller at this office inarl5tf To Represent 0 0 F Mr Henry J Streng oneot the most prominent Odd Fellows in the Stat vfillrepregent the Boone Lodge at the Encampment on May 10 For Rent 125 acres of extra good grass land locat ed about one mile east Richmond on fourmilo road Well watered and fenced JOE CIIENAUI- Tmarlo3t Richmond Ky For Assessor At the proper time saFd Mr Joe rdaytfor Assessor of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party Surplus Stock Apple trees at your own price re c iretLat our Nurseries for the next 5 days and other stock at reducedi P F ADAMS matSJt WaeoKy Victim of Appendicitis Improving Mr T B Taylor a well know citi zenor Waco who wont to Louisville recently for treatment for appendicitis was operated upon and is rapidly im proving Schubert Symphony Club Coming The Schubert Symphony Club and Lady Quartette of Chicago will give one of their superb musical entertain meets here April 3 for the benefit of the Infirmary Busy Bces New Cashier Miss Nettle Turley having resigned her position of cashier at the Busy Bee Cash Store has been accepted by Miss Annie Kennedy the accomplished daughter of City Assessor J H Ken nedy Drooped Dead Miss Mary Foster aged about GS dropped dead at her home near the mouth of Stony Fork on the Kentucky River near Baldwin dropped dead last Monday a well ago She was highly respected lady That Anonymous Circular Since the Faculty unanimously con demned the anonymous and abusive circular issued by the Knockers at C U the latter are in a position to un derstand how tho little boy felt after the calf ran over liltu- Schubert Coming Under the auspices of the Infirmary Association the famous Schubert Sym phony Club and Lady Quartette of Chicago will givo one of their match less entertainments in Richmond April 3 at the MasonicTemple Larred Plymouth Rock Twenty years a breeder of this oni- VaiietyVstOCk better than ever before Roosters from E B Thompson New York Eggs U1C to setting 100 VMirs M FOSTER Sliver Creek Madison Co Ky mS3m New Millinery Storo Mrs Myrtice Todd will this week open a millinery store her father Mr W C French having purchased the stock of mil Un cry from the assignee of L P Todd XIIi Todd will have the apartments in the rear of her husbands storeVTor Sale A J60dtry goods and ladles furnish ing business in one of the best towns in Kentucky Good reasons for soiling will reduce etodk to suit purchaser For particulars Address fieo W Lyric Real Estate Agt Nicholasville Kentucky mar222tr w4tcaVA hustler to sell an article offering good profit A specialty for which there is n steady und increasing dc mand Ko eamples required Good situation for right party Only those iraeaulng business need apply Ad dress Manufacturer Cleveland Ohio foblCt Rememdcr The Dale The Peerless Schubert Symphony and lady Quartette of Chicago will be at Masonic Temple Monday night April 3d This splendid musical ag gregation seldom visits as swell a city as Richmond and should have a packed house The Patacitlotel The Palace Hotel at Cincinnati is always headuarters for Kentackians Under the management of Mr Maxwell the Palace is justly popular L0 cated in trig renter of the city Cth and Vine it is convenient to aU business houses and places of a niusetnent The farp la unexcelled Both American and European plans American 2and f250 a day European rooms Stop there nejst thaoTou are in CincinnatL Difficult Pobleai Heres a problem for the school boys and girls A lady goes Into a grocery store and buys a quarter of it pound of twelvecent coffee and risks the grocer to deliver it It takes A dollaraday rlerk ten minutes to package and dc liver it in n fwddollorandahalfper tliousaiidsack andUie coffee costs 10 cents porpounil How much profit if any ds the grocer make Theajove actual occurred in Of our Rrocery MfaiJJ1If Jenta this eekxchaa- e I WE HAVE PIENTY OF COAL V T- v And can fill orders JIcan ex celled We also Handlem Hay Corn etc Tele phone 21 near R tl J B Depot Termso Strictly Cash L 2 REFF MILLION 5 iIiTudoVs Senlcnca Commuted Upon the petition of many influential persons acting Gov Worthington ccommuiedthdstihtenQc James Tudor for complicity in the murder of Mason Sebastian some time ago in Garrard countyfrbin21 years tayeare from the date of his couiiument A Musical Treat Prof R 0 Adams who for the past two wgeks Mias been conducting a singing school nt the Eiut End Christ an Church will give n concert there next Tuesday creniug at 700 Music of a high order will bo rendered Let everybody go and enjoy the evening Admission to all ISoJHas Not Left The County It is not true that Dr James Hurley whose wife died rather suddenly out beyond B rea recently which gave rise to suspicibnsof foul work somewhere Las left the county The stomach of the deceased lady was sent to Louisville for analysis for poison but the result of the investigation has not been an nounced Wbolcsaland Retail Fruit Store Somewhat ol a departure from the ordinary business houses has been started by the Richmond Fruit Co with Mr A D Smith manager They are located in the Grconleaf store room below the Stale Bank and Trust Co where they will deal exclusively in fruits vegetables fowls eggs etc Cash paid for country produce A Lamentable Accident While duck hunting last Saturday near Red House a terrible accident happened to Messrs Jacob Hnckett and Everett Green They were riding along when Mr Hnckctts gun was accidentally discharged the load passing through Greens leg and killing his horse under him Dr Bosley attended the wounded man who is a son of Martin Green Kind Words For ProlClarU Prof J D Clark of Richmond a native of this connty is being urged by his friends to make the race on the Democratic ticket for Representative The good people of Madison would do themselves proud to send such n man a4 Jeff Clark to the Legislature Ho is able in the best sense slut id agontle man of the highest Christian character Owenton Herald Vfib Mora Doubting Thomases This week the Walters Party popular artists at Hotel Glendon will ploce some outlines on commenccmants of their pOrtrjiftS iu Moberleyjaj show windpiyCtoV convince any and all that their portraits are free hand draw ings a class of work that you dont got once in a thousand times We make no cheap botchery of photo on larging with which the country is flood ed and passed for genuine portraits The NimbleFingered Gentry Captured Two hlghtflngered gentry Pnssley soil hInder have been arrested at Ir vino ior fobbing Jonah Vagers store recently at WngersYjlle After securing their booty the two men got a man named Plownanrto helptliem hide the stolon property Plowman gave the snap away when caught and on condition that h6 tell the location of the stolen property was givoii his liberty The guiUy parties are languishing be lund tho bars of Irvines castle on the Kentucky Rcmembir This When Looking for Enter tainers Wecordially comment to our local JocLnrobureaus the following from the Henderson Gleaner We know Cfol Powell to beth very man with whom toarrange such entertainments If not needed now cut this out nmlkeep him In mind JHon Jl H Powell of this city has become identified with the Alkahest Lyceum Uurea of Atlanta Ga Tlie object and purposes ot this bureau are to furnsh a field for tho gifted lecturers and entainers of the South as well as to invite t the Sunny Shores of this God favored land talent from other sections of our country The plan of this lecture system was orlgi nated by Prof Andrew M McConnell of Atlanta atUllsthe very best river devised for the smaller towns and cities Prof McCoimelfand Imf 0 X Hul vey nre tho managers of this bureau Both have held educational positions of highest trust They fire gentlemen of unquestioned purity arid eminent abjllly They have had largo experI- ence and are splendidly eqnlpPCtI for their work Mr Powell will devote cor elclerable Limo to the organization of Kentockjrnnd o c LONGER 1 Uiit+++ ++ + +++ + + + t+++ ++ Jb as one iiiiiEEEiiTHE EABJLY BIBJD JJL 4 s i ETZ THE PICI l OPTHEDAYLL LJ-S AV4 S S SVASSSSVSVVSVSVAAVAVVS INew S ID Suits r NOW ON SALE Mens L Youths and Children COAIE AND SEE THEM sy THEY WILL PLEASE YOUVJPRICES ARE RIGHT NONE BETTER TNE CHEAPER J1Cvingzton Mitchell0V S flU1YAFFWIUflL1 0- CH DAYS LONGER 0- 1 OneFourth Off Clearing Sale I11 wiIlVla1- JBrthr fOlelock if you want the benefit of the OneFourth OFFOn all Heavy Goods such as Suits Oyeicoats ShoesUn derweai Hats cVV kOI 1 HIJ 1 STH1NC Frisker4k Appropriations by thd Fiftyfifth Congress nggrcirate 1000000000 Iyonr child is cross or peevish it is- nodoubt troabled with worms AVliitea Cream Verrriifugo will rerdove the worms and Its tonic efibct restore its Batural clioerfuTnesB 1tce2l cOt74 Sold toy P rry ft Th njas marlim1 c He who sows thorns must uot got barefoot Spanish Proverb DisLas ar aro a narlltce curd ifiw i1fprmsof nyspepsia IndiglilCi B Be urn gr1Qmpoordo 10 IAIN TilE Busy Bee Cash Stores BargaillsShr- ivel up Competiton Their SPRING ANNOUNCEMENTS meet the coolest shrewd deliveryappoint They are always better than expectation See the tempting list below yardTobaccoyardGoodyardGood t yardCottonadelOcyardExtraBest grade Apron Gingham 41c yard SpecialPriceswill go very fast at prices named are showing the handsomest and prettiest line of Crepons Tailormade Suitings CullingsofIn our Ready to Wear Department are showing a beautiful line Ladies Silk BarWlinpricSee Our Line of Lace Curtains Pot Swiss Curtains Oil Shades Carpets C Mattings Oilcloths Curtain Poles Trunks Valises etc We are showing a the largest assortment of these goods Vto be seen this side of the large cities c Our Hot Bargain prices are a guar antee for their cheapness t of We on the of in in in on MT AND Chinn Nuisance Jack Chinn tho statesman from Mercer who threatened to Charlie Bronston at some weeks ago was last week indicted for nuisance and a bench warrant hiasbeen served on him with bail at 300 The case is set for March 21 in Fayette Circuit Court A Fine Debate on Expansion Mr E won the debate at CTJ last Friday night Tho subject was Tadlock of Bourbon and W C Hanna of Shelby were on the affirmative and it was a close run eo we learn between them for winner Mr Cash Crook of this connty and Mr Courier of had the worst side ot the question from a point of view but they put up a fine debate Are Kinsmen ol Fighting Bob Boyle county folks can claim kinship with Capt Robley D Evans Fighting Bob of Capt Evans comes of the family ol Capt Peter Ev ans of Prince William county Vir ginia who served eix years in the war of with great credit came to and is burled in Clark county Capt Peter Evans was the of the of Judge Charles E She was Mrs James C Banford born Funny L Evans of Fayetto county Capt Peter Evans was the of Judge C E arId Dr Howard Kincaid and their sisters Dr Silas Evans of and Dr George WV Evans of Rich mond are of the same family Dan villa Advocate Dr G W Evans Is a of Capt Peter Evans who served under and was with him during tho drcadlul winter at Valley Forge and also at Corn wallis The musket used in this com pany by Capt Evans js now in possess ion of the family It is aJUiiit lock and the Doctor says he hall with it often In his boyhood days the rouse the lifer ness headache lour tomaclJ eonottUriPIlls ate Price K emu MId by aU drnggUti Tho only Mill to aU wklj Uocdi SanapirUU Love is never found by seeking anti it never stays for 14 PI M ers cures and Pjrspo Regulate itfce Liver Price 25 eta oldby Perrr A Thonjaij successors to W O Whoa laziness flies gjufat the window coal falls mb fnfbmma1tiolihClmost iatlsfctot re obtained Ly mUiR U j rdii feifer iFment Pjtlco rrykT i Much pain and uneasiness Is caused by pills sparing neither age nor sex Tablers Buckeye Pile cures the most obstinate case Price SOfts in bottles tubes 75 cents Sold by Perry Thomas marlIm It is hard to convince the lather of twins that two heads are better than ono To tore a Cold in Ono Day Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All refund money if it failr 0 cure 25c The genuine has L B Q on each tablet novOGm When a man offers you for nothing dont accept it unless you can afford to pay at least double its value For Babies and Children there is nothing so good in the treat went of coughs and colds as pr Bells crouphoopinJsweet Children love it old Good drugzfats it It There is a divinity within us who breathes that divine fire by which wo are animated Have you a cough A dose of Coas sens Honey of Tar will relievo it byPerryMen will do almost anything for money some will even work buyforstomach and kidley troubles is Hoods Cold weather contracts ice bills and expands coal bills You can bo cheerful and happy only when you are well If you feel out of sorts tako Herbino it will brace you up Price 50 cents Sold by Per ry Thomas marllm will seek a much needed rest in the pine woods of Jeer gin Rev E Edwards pastor of the En MinersyihiePawas arlvisflil to try Pain Balm He says A few of Uils liniment proved of great ser vice to me It subdued thg inflamma tion and relieved tlie pain Should any profit giving Pain Balm a byPerrypjffbe averairo political orator who h6wls about tho lifo of the farmer jloesrilt know an ox yoke from a horse collar and C Us in lhtSloelves are not serious maladies Theuioet trivial cough or cold if ucg- lectO3 may lead to asthuma bronchi ticir cold is right away Delay means danger Dr quick cure a sure rnro nut safbcure Dpllt tip bnk in your chair nod cross your JegN a leisure mo men itself B A N Lj tu Barpi Brit Ws Jtes Sores rFKcef 25 ceate a r i yardFineAllwool Dress Goods 30 inch wide stylish and 35cNiceOur Clover Leaf Damask Towels are now only 10 cents eachBabyLadies kid button and lace Shoes pat tip only The 93cMensOur Boys Knee Suits are all Double Knee and Scat I We we of the the the sell by We Have Just Hsceivad And put on sale a fresh lot of But Toilet Soap price Se a cake Toilet Soap used We are nice Toilet Soap at Ic a cake We are showing all the new things in New New pairithe best in the Get Our Hot Bargain Prices on All Kinds Hosiery placed sale lied Hottest line Clothing ever shown this city We carry everything favor this season this department our Hot Bargain Prices this line before purchasing elsewhere Respectfully W ii OLDIIAM COMPANY RICHMOND STERLING GEORGETOWN ic1i4 J3Indicteda exterminate Lexington VTadlock Expansion Cynthiana Democratic Brooklyn Bevolntion Kentucky grandfather grandmother lunqald Kentucky Consequently greatgrandfather Lexington greatgrandson Washington thosnrrenterof squirrelhunted H OOdJ pldlngTEA eiaCbnftipaUon Indigestion Whitec otteceUg cIIii ii Ointment druggists something refreshioKslelp SarraparillaV President McKinley Chamberlains implication sufferer independent Coughs BeirsPiuoTarUoneylsa whenever presents MrsCU mstiaal Tiai1IIVlV1j Cassino 0termilk selling Ribbons Dress Trimmings market have Get The result of an overindulpenee in food or drink are promptly rectified without pain or discomfort by taking n few loses of Her lne Price 50 cents Sold by Perry Thomas marllm Some people seldom lend a helping hand unless ft is to help themselves Hams HornV Panters CUOAN RELIEF cures Colic Xcorslaaud Toothache In flvemlnutoc SonrStnmoch and Eonmcr Comploluu 1itce 25 Cents Bold by Perry tThomas Successors to W O White The only place where a chronic kicker may be useful Is in a football ganioL A W Bulletin I have been afflicted with rheumatism for fourteen years and nothing seemed to give any relief I was able to he around all the time but constantly suf fetIng I had tried everything I could hear of and at last was told to try Chamberlains Pain Balm which I did and was Immediately relieved anti in a short tune cured I am happy to say that it has not since rcturnedJosu EDOAK Germantown Cal For sale by Perry Thomas marllm If you take a cat to bed do not complain of its claws Spanish Proverb Tetter SalbKheum and Eczema The intense itching and smarting inci allayedbySkin Ointment Many very bad Tascs have been permanently cured by it It is efficient for itching piles anti a favorite remedy for sore bite1IDr CiuljH Condition Powders are just a horse needs when in bad condition Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge They arc not food but medicine and the best in use to put a horse in prime condition Price 23 Tents per package A play is never satisfactory if there is a man or woman left over when tho pajrlng off occurs in tho last act Atchison Globe That Dreadful Cold signnliToday a bottle of Ur Beits PiueTarHouey will cure It tomorrow ina too This remedy will speedily cure a deepsentell cold or a serious con h and gietrenfth to thQ lungs All good It Lloydistraded by kissing the lips of a dead friend Ckanberlaiafy Cesgli Itemcdr foriand iniluensa It has become famous for its yucca of thmeeo diseases over a Iarge racjtheUchhizeilwon Thu 1Il0ltfta have been received jtita4t0ttn8 cot Its 2001 works ol persistent coughs it has cured fof tnypro colds tlmt soothluiileot Hec1 rbaxKsivo use of t rota Isr Hlbtjqeb 89kt by rliffr rhoml susrI1w PH q Good Decison Four years ago I was feeling bad had no appetite and was nervous I rend about Hoods Sarsaparilla and tie cided to try it and after I hail taken half a dozen bottles my nppellie returned and I had greatly Improved in health Misa Florence Hughes 73 Riddle street Covington Ky That distress after eating ie provont ed by one or two of Hoods Pills They dont gripe Gen Brooke will propose the forma tion of a collouiai Cubaunder direction of American officers The Mortality Record would be greatly reduced If every homn were supplied with a bottleof Dr Hells PineTarHoney The great lung strengthener and exterminator of druggists sell it nt 25c No cure no pay John Gilbert has been arrested at Enterprise Kan charged with tho murder of hiwife and fonr children Best of All To cleanse the system in a gentle nml truly beneficial manner when tho Springtime comes use tho true and irf- eet remedy Syrup of Figs Buy tIme genuine Manufactured by tho Cali fornia Fig Syrup Co only and for pale by all druggists at cents per bottle Great Britain and Ireland have 226 059 acres of land devoted to the cultivation of fruit There is no joy in this world equal to the happiness of motherhood A wom ans health is her dearest possession npplnet8Invher health Almost all of the sickness of women is traceable directly to some Gistlnctlyfeminine often neglected because n very natural awayfromon examination and local treatment is generally as useless as it is common Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription will do more for them than 59 doc tors in 100 It will do more than tho hundredth doctor can unless ho pro scribes it It is a prescription of Dr R V Pierce who for SO flrs has bV n chief physician qf the Worlds Dispensary and Invalids Ho tel at BnfTalo N Y fceml 21 onecent stamps to wwr cost of mailing only and get his great book The Peoples Common Sense Medical Adviser absolutely FREE A large tobacco company in Winston N C is substituting white for colored labor JIAKCa AND TilE MUS Foatthiajj BcifcR Than The Old Shiv The sayfngabont the lion anti theVlamb in Marc often proves false hut there is another and a better on i which is literally true When MarchV comes In anti finds you taking Hoods Sarsaparilln to purify enrich and vital Iza your blood I11nv when It goes out thntitwnfIluve you free from that tir d feeling and nouo of the boils pimples and eruptions which manifest themselves becptifio of youiavonotalreadybegun 8rwp rnia for your spring medicine we sdvivou to begin today WIJId sure you at wIll make yon better snmlDerIDWlal1i MIfl E urry r rfadej h up 4 al I Wboeatb1kI or om ItmpI thbgtoIlGtentProtectWrite JOHN WEUDEHBURS CO Ritcnt Alter neil Waablnftdfl D Co tor their prtso otter anI1l11t ot two hundte4 1AnuUooa ante Rt11B1H1R Time Table No 33 Taking Effect Mon day May 2 1893 1st Olasa 2d Class JUST SOUND No1 No a No 1 Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex Sun AM PM AM Versailles 1022 862 5 NlehoUsvllle 11 W 7 3S a 48 Valley View 11 26 S 00 8 20 Miilioi 11 41 S 13 8 BJchmond UBS S S 15 P M Union 12 13 1000 Moberley 13 16 1005 L BraHfleld It 102S Panola 12 35 10 40 L Irvine i ns 1185 No 2 lIo4 No8T1ti6w- E5r ExSun Ex Sun Ex Sun ExSnn AM PM PM AM Irvlne 2 00 55 Panola 225 105 BrassSeld 2 30 20 241 1- 45Union247niehmonoU 3 15 2 15 Million 620 3 30 100 View 6 35 3 45 3 2S Nicholasvllle 6 53 4 10 4 30 Veriaille37 50 0 00 6 10 A ii P P CPM All trains connect with Louisville Southern trains to and from Louisville All trains connect with C N O tT P trains to and from Cincinnati J W ROCK Train Dispatcher W n ADAMS Superintendent WantedSn deflWhocsnthukl Protect tbe Thai bring wealth Write anur WEIDtRIi lt CO Patent D Co for their IID Prtso 55iuullijt oi two hundred Inventions wanted DR CALDWeitS 11 VRUPCURES INDIGESTION PEPSI-y B 1 rr ngrOr ianaU RiIw YI In Effect December 5 1893 DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY pm am pm pm 2 00 6 M lire nienmond jVr U 7 20 2 fi5 W Winchester 11 42 6 S W MaysvHle 830 Bi 990 Paris S40 BIO 617 Mas Georgetown 760 4 28 7 20 Ar Franfcfoit Lye 7 00 3 40 Aak for tickets cia Paris J n NEWTON Q P A- rhcckc d Qhaily1 Time of Trains at Winchester Ky WEST BOUND Mt Sterling and Lexington Accom 8 55 am Eutern Bzpresa for Louisville 7 30 am Morebead and Lexington Accom S 00 pm New York Limited F F V 4 50 pIn EAST BOUND Lexincton and Morehead Accom 9 15 am New York Limited F F VlII8am- Lauden and Mt Sterling Accom 6 30 pm WMhrngton Express 9 23 pm- Aoeemmodatlon trains run daily except Sun day Other trains run dally- Thronghsleeplngsnd dining cr service to New York Per Information rates or sleeper reservations call on or write K HOOD JlyRichmond or OBORQE W BARNEY D p A C A O By Lexington Ky EASIER THAN EVER The present schedule of Illinois Central Rail road in addition to shortening the time to Memphis and New Orleans has made ltEasler Than Ever to reach all points in Arkansas Arizona and California The splendid train service with which the Illinois Centrals Memphis and New Orleans Vestibuled Limited is equipped makes it Easier Than Bvcr to take a trip to the above mentioned Is the only line which runs Free Rtolining Chair Carsand Vestibniled trains from Louisville to the South also a weekly Pullman Tourist Car for California 2SpmArrArr New Orleans Friday 7 45pra OpmArrArr San Antonio Saturiby4 43pm 45pmArrArt San Francisco Tuesday5 15pm Ha u Tie Tne Mhltr to CiETenu tothemunicate with R II Fowler Traveling Passenger Agent Louisville Ky Wu ALPOBD KEIXOXD A O P A A n IlAssof 0 PA Louisville Ky Chicago decZMy SOUTHERN RflII WRV ISchedule 1898 MTDOUsa No t No5 NatLv Louisville 740am 330pm 745pm Ar Ar 907pmLarencebgAr r lOOBpmLexingtonBTIIOUND NOG No S No 4 Lv Lexington731mm 4Spm LiSam 537amLaroncobi 32amLouisvilleTTOUM I 3 S and 6 carry Frco Obserra LextngtonEASTBOUND WESTEOUND No 13INo 111 STATIONS N LI NtjZ 1040am5t5pmpSSam845pm to43mt Ar JlDrodsbgAr 45pm 2liam 7copi lo5oun Ar liurclo Lv 415pm 710am EASTnOCeD WZSTUOU3D NoiSWocT BTATIOHS No III tNo lIB 725pxarpm817pm 1010am Ar Verslles Ar 750am 41Spm 3SSpm710mSTBOnND WEHTI1OCND No lltNo 51 BTATIOSS ItNo 6tNo 740am 339pm LT Ixmlkrll Ar ta40am 735pm ICLMamj eisupm Lv Verelles Ar 7 0am 445pm 705pm Ar NIcblTlll Ar 158am JLSSpm ll aCipm Ar Rlehmnd Lv 606am LOOpm lfipml lAr Irvine Lv L30pm BTAT rSoNo I No a 745pmArKuoxftto7pm74SamAr Samnoab110amAr 845amArArUaeon 100am 225pm Ar Jflt onrlll9 aSSam OBpm Lv Chattanooja 610pm 655am Ar Blrmlncnam iao5pmlL30am IamIIl55pmAr havanaLimitedcarriesnun Sleeping car between Louisville Atlanta Macon and Jacksonville connects at Lexlnc tan or Cbattanocpa with Pullman Sleeping car LouisTitlobetween Lexington and tome Calo rDrSoe1o C ntcoaeUcs Train No 3 carries PullmanSlecplntr ear be Utrmlnghamton to Jacksonville vi Asheville and Savan nah also via Chattanooga And Atlanta No change Free Chair car Lexington to Chatta kINewDally cxceptSunday A WnEDOS I4TA BT wirr PTAIxnilerillo Icy Lexington Kf J SOArrNOlfM VPfcOM 3 M CinpT IC DCWATtuxGPAWuWflgt2L1 c fulnlUe Xy i 6iIit 1o An Excellent Combination The pleasant method and beneficial gurnets of well known remedy SrncP OP Flbsv manufactured by the OAtiFOKKrJC FIef STEVF Co illustrate the value of obtaining the liquid laxa tive principles known to be presentIngtheitriSqf andacceptable the system It Isthd Qti h eriet strengthening laxa effectuallydispgently yet prorfltfUj airf enabling one to overcome hab1tu tconstipation per- mancntly Its from every objectionable lty and sub kidneysliveror irritating them make it the ideal laxativeIn process of manufacturing figs are used as they are pleasant to tho taste but the medicinal qualities of the remedy are obtained from senna and other aromatic plants by a method known to the CALIFORNIA Fio Smut Co only In order to get its beneficial effects and to avoid imitations please remember the full name of the Company printed on the front of every package CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO BAR PHANCIBCO CAL XX3T7ISVXLU3 KY NEW YOBX IT TT For sale by all Druggists Price per bottle janS4y 135E- COprVilST RANGES n iccLci1 I j tI1 tI1 toO tI1 enti Roofing Gutteringand Job Work LADVM1TO1 SDR CALDWELLSN a JSFRock I tFOR iornaio+ e t 8t tttt St t t i t Six of the best Fire Insurance Com 4 panics in the United States Losses paid + promptly It MMI- nthePradentalyoaare offered the 4 best Life Insurance attainable and on the most approved plans In Accident 4 the best We 4 will not transcfbUfness with irrespon sible companies 4 261 Second Street f UpStairs i je2IyI + For 1c P7ivtC1y MM 3MOO I will offer for sale privately roy House am Lot situated on the corner of North and 7th propertyTheble and other necessary outbuildings the lot contains about 90x90 will be reasonable for each WILLIAM ENGLISH norttf Richmond K- yREGEROI a I3NcI RErmDYnow tvlihln cay rend of rtcry American 141 Irtiiiinrttt 1i jmshtvrly ciuirnnUinl to cure ri vtt iiunplkaliil caM nf Nvrvmu Debility iakkljNu n c fir ItiJliEIIKliO Young men will ilntVIr 1wt maiitionl ar l Old Men recover trlr Tontfnl rigor iLlnvlgorale and restores to iv vigor alt sulTereni from Seminal Weak s Imrotrncy Yarlrocrl Siermattorhca 1tlv JnIt lon Lnrt Inn nml 3Icucalar rower ik DcoponIcnr xtuicxtTSjin l ldwredon whlcb unfits lmI DInrrl jEcituu0 ti rot r thi lseaso that Is nliy nt nTonlriatheor1d 0 WIT it Hros Vlenrnnil ArtIon end rest am 1r t Vuulli I U a ill rvotous Itlood Im- iuatiwh iie IinU Clow come hark la Mlr iiF tiit liavlns IlECEXEItO iiiTi in st i xkt Sly mall glOO per c Ix fr psin Ve rhrrrfully rrfund acre Ix Insrs do not egret a cure r f V eatto AmrrlcanOClceot jv r I eascoiumbtuA LlLUi NEW For sale In Richmond by Pcrry Thomas Druggists seplZMy Wheeler Wilson Sewing Machine Rotary Motiot awl Ball Bearings FOl8111e 0Ky bY ewey XqII q 1IWa Jt1C J = v L h Heres YMT Clue Seae Exlraordimry Were by Tile Climax The CLIMAX wanta five hunted new subscribers by the first of the new year In order to reach this end some ex traordinary inducements will be made Until further notice the following will be offered to subscribers The CLIMAX and TheWeek ly Louisville Dispatch S125 The CLIMAX md the Home and Farm 130 The CLIMAX and either the Cosmopolitan Munseys or McClures Magazine 200 The CLIMAX and the Louis ville daily evening post 3The Richmond CLIMAX and Twiceaweek CourierJour nal both for one year 160 The CLIMAX and Weekly Cincinnati Enquirer 150 The CLIMAX and OhioFarm 190 The CLIMAX can also fur nish any paper published in the United States or Europe at reduced rates CORRESPONDENCE RICE STATION I FVm IBaugh who has been sawing for Kerby Bros here moved his family to Irvine Saturday Miss Cordle Amerine returned to her home Monday after a very pleasant weeks visit to relatives in Irvine Uncle Robert Kerby returned home Wednesday from Frankfort wher he made his winter quarters Uncle Bob is a jolly Rood fellow Since the hen strike adjourned Wagers Rico have been shipping ISO dozen eggs daily Fifty cases were shipped to market from this point Sat urday T J Rice has spent a good deal of his time the past week in killing or trying to kill cats Tom thinks he is quite a marksman but tho saying that a cat has nine lives is a source of satis faction to him The weather prevented our agent Joe S Gardner from making his usual Saturday evening trip home but Sun day morning from speeding over the rails on his mnched beloved velocipede and he spent the day and night in the county seat The thieves that broke into Jonah Wagers store at Wagersville several nights ago are being caught one by one and placed in jail at Irvine It is said one of the gang was green enough to inquire whether it was better for him to confess or deny the charge Dr T P Gardner the skilled and very successful young dentist of Irvine visited his brother Joe S Gardner who is railroad and express agent here Thursday and Friday His many friends In this cpdmunity were glad to see him and several had dental work done W L Rices fine bay horse wanted to he in it too so had one of his teeth extracted COLLEGE HILL Born to the wife of Jas Coneleton a girl Mr Frank Gould visited his parents Saturday and Sunday The society meeting met at Ayres Academy Friday night Miss Emma Grinstead was the guest of Miss Arzila Burton Friday night Mrs Geo Webber is still on the sick list but her many friends wishes her a speedy recover Mr Elbcrt Collins of Wagers ville who is attending school hero visited his parents Saturday and Sunday TWO VALID EXCUSES Last week late in the afternoon a case was called by Judge Sutherland in the County Court IIJ would like to ask your Honor that this case go over until tomorrow said one of the attorneys On what ground said the Judge Too tired Yes your Honor I have been ar guing a case all day in Fart II and I am really too fatigued to go on with this trial Very well let the case go over ICall the next case The next case was called and another attorney arose May it please your Honor I would like to ask that this case go over For what reason 1 I am too tired1I You too What makes you tired I have been listening all day to my learned friend in Part IL Rochester Herald Do not worry about the peril of your son The wars over now and hes in no danger Oh isns he Well you didnt know I suppose that his regiments mustered out and hes gone back on his foot ball team New York Journal The wolf of starvationhowls at the doors of thou sands of men who are well r to do and- rounded sur by plenty health in the majority of cases is starva tion pure and t simple Itmeans thatbody b ra In- nerve bone andsinew are imoronerlv or ins1fficient Cthesufficient nourishment from the blood or re ceive impure and unhealthy nourishment plcssltmeansishing the nerves When his skin breW eruptloasupon the impurities of the blood Almost known disease is primarily due to Improper nourishment through the blood PlerceaGolden giveedgedIatlouoCt secretloubody It makes firm amsodf Jlesh bat orpulentiikindredlead up to It Ia the best of all nerve tonics andrestorative Kept by all medicine dealers awluiheadachEr 3 South J Stnet Tacoma Wash Ksaidtook n cough so that J coil4 act sleep Only by mcsadbcatleICakmc sosia had well Jt8IIIIoe4 y 1fO zedy tevaqk1j aM sthey clnrl ma ii i tt YII Wjjkanxmic girls I needa fatty food to enrich the ic blood givc color to 1 their checks and restore their g health andstrength It isg S safe to say that they nearly w g all reject fat with their food g S S 1t COD LIVER OILWllIllypOPHOSPHITES OFliNE SODA m w 8 is exactly what they require it not only gives them the im pojiant element codliver oil g A in a palatable and easily di w w Rested form but also the hypo m phosphites which are so valua m ble in nervous disorders thatffi W usually accompany anaemia g SCOTTS EMULSION is a W A food that is more imm flesh is necessary for health You can get it in this way We have known per 1 sons to gain a pound day while taking it I1 sac and zoo all druggists L SCOTT BOWNE Chemists New York EEeeEEEeEeeeeeeee E JOSEPH JEFFERSOtL Joseph Jefferson was playing a one fnightpearing in the part Rip Van Winkle which lie has so often and ably imper sonated At the hotel where he staidthere waa an Irishman who acteda general assistant Judge by the great interest he manifested in tho hotel ho might have been taken to be the proprietor At about a quarter to in the morning Mr Jefferson was startled not to say alarmed by a violent thumping on his door When he recollected that he had left no orders to be called so early lIe was naturally indignant His sleep was banish for that morning however so he aroseand soonmade his appearance before the clerk Look here I say he demanded of this functionary why was I called at this unearthly hour I dout know sir replied the clerk but Ill ask Pat Pat was summoned Said the clerk Pat there was no call for this gentleman Why did you waken him Pat led the clerk to one side and said in a mysterious whisper He vror snorin bike a horse sor an Oid heerd the bhuys sayin somethin about how he wor wanst aftber shlapin for twinty years so Oi saysto mo sllf its a comin unto im an its to the beraytherLedger Monthly 1I0w to Find Uut Fill a bottle or common glass with your water and let it stand twenty four hours a sediment or settling In ykidneypass it or pain in tho back is also con vincing proof that the kidneys and bladder are out of order What to do There is comfort in the knowledge so often expressed that Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney remedy fulfills every wish in curing rheuma dam pain in the back kidney liver bladder and every part of the urinary passages It corrects inability to hold water and scalding pain in passing it or had effects following use of liquor twinepleasant necessity of being compelled to go often during tho day and to get up many times during the night Tho mild and the extraordinary effect of SwampRoot is soon realized It stands the highest for its wonderful cures of the most distressing cases If you need a medicine you should have the best At drussists fifty cents or one dollar You may have a sample bottle and a book that tells more about it both sent absolutely free by mall If you send your address to Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton UV Y When writting be sure and mention that you read this generous offer in the Richmond CLIMAX II RAISING HIS FARE A certain board school teacher is responsible for the following little story which is not without its pathetic side He was endeavoring to explain the term booking as applied to our rail W8 systemNow was saying can any of you tell me the name ol the office at which railway tickets are sold The booking office replied one of the ladscRight responded tho teacher At this moment his eye fell on a small boy at the end ol the class who was evidently paying very little atten tion to what was said Did you hear that Dowser he de manded Wot sir V asked that youth inno centlyAs I thought yqu were not listen ing We will suppose that your father decided to have a days holiday and visit the seaside What would he have to do before he could take his seat Ib the train II Without a mqinentff thought the youngster electrifieclhla teacher by replying PawS hisfooisLondon Stanihrd Wrkiir Night AM Day The busiest and mightiest little thing that every waa made iaDrKlngp New tfl Pills Every pill is a sugarcoated glbSnle of health that changes weak nesginto strength itetlcssuess into energy hrainfag into mental power Theyre wonderful in building lip the health Only 55c per box Sold by gerry Thomas 8 We respectfully request that when Winchester has Richmond people as her guests liereafter that they furnish thrn with a different grade of liquor whiflkyieRiokad tme t Ai tI Ji fr t i County Court Days Paris Bourbon county first Monday Richmond Madison county first Mon day Lexington Fayette county second Lincoln county second Mon siLly Georgetown Scott county third Mon day Danville Boyle county third Monday Nicholaaville Jessamine county thin MondayWinchester Clark county fourth Monday Versailles woodford county fourth Monday WANTED SOMETHING QUICKER Some few years ago I Issued a policy on the life of a man who was firfrom beinga model husband I called for the premium every week and rarely gel it without a grumble from the wife The last time I called she said I aint going to pay you any more Theres Mrs Smith only had her ole man in Me society three months and hes dead and shes got the money Im going to put my old man iu that so you neednt call agatn Liverpool Mercury lied Hot 1rom The Can Was the ball that hit G B Steadman of Newark Mich in the Civil War It caused horrible Ulcers that no treat ment helped for 20 years Then Buck lens Arnioa Salvo cured him Cures Cuts Bruises Burns Boils Felons Corns Skin Eruptions Best Pile cure on earth 25 cia a box Cure guaran teed Sold by Perry Thomas Drug gists 3 As Capt W J Stone candidate for Governor neared Cynthiana the other day he pointed out on the hill half mile tills side of town the point where be loll when shot in the battle of 1864 Capt Stone never has heard from the Federal ldier who befriendedhhn as tie lay wounded A drunken Federal said to Stone as he lay suffering Ill end the Rebels misery and raised his gun to shoot him when another Federal said You shoot that wounded man and I will kill you and dismount ngthin kind Federal brought the Cap tale some water If his benefactor is yet alive Capt Stone would like to hear rom him at Kattauwa KyParis Kentuckian Citizen Say exclaimed little Willie sud enly breaking a long silence and turn Ing to his mother is there such a thing as a photographic heart Why what do you mean Willie asked his mother in surprise Well I heard that man who was here last night tell sister Sue that her features were photographed on his judgeingI should think they ought to hav- ebeenChicago Post Your money or your mel cried the robberHaL 1ml laughed the artist and- rewd a p stol The artist had no money and according to tho critics not much life but that was not why be laughed He laughed because he belonged to the school which draws rapidly and boldly rather than the school which draws la boriously with great attention to detail DetroltJournalIf you a liar you ought to make him prove it What good would that do Tommy Paw what is thedifference etween a liar and prevaricator Mr It Is a difference in weight She indignantly Now husband you know I never can get in a word HeNo but you get plenty of them out There is one question I want to ask u dearest said the beautiful girl as- io toyed with the diamond ring on 1erticd finger When we are nrarrieoV wilt yon expect mo to bake my own bread You Cfnco us you like about it dtriicg he replied but I certainly shall insist upon your not baking mine Cbicasro News An Indiana girl sent 25 cents to a New York firm for a cure for freckles and received the following Jlerilove the frckles carefully with a putty knife soak them in salt water over night hen bang them up in the smokehouse in a good strong smoke made of saw dust and slippery elm bark for about a week Freckles thus treated never fail to be thoroughly cured Even nature is working against tho Prohibitionists in KentucKy says an exchange The other day in different parts ot the SUite two fellows tried to dig wells One struck snakes and the other struck ink No wonder people in Kentucky drink whisky A coroners jury returned the folksj ing verdict recently That the deceased came to his death by trying to light his pipe with an electric light which cant bo done successfully SheI dont see why they cant let the women vot- eIloBecause my dear they are trying to keep it a secret ballot An Ohio man wrote a 800line poem entitled Come Back to Mot and ev ery time he sends it to an editor it does Out in Kansas ItJaveallIIwhy Mothers Friend does expectant mothers so muck good is because it is an external linimcnf to be the outside where much of the stratncoaws It helps be rcadilyabsorbitlan4 involvedMorning awayThelaborItselfCpain Recovery is quick and sure Best of all Friend benefits the unborn just as much as the expcctas mother and when the little one comes i will be strong lusty andhealthy Drugi MKMedMrfrl fm a betI Seid fer subjectaaly THEd BHADFHELD REGULATOR CO ATLANTA M n n c illt tcWtY tI0 l k lALL WOMEN Should know that toR- emedy lOld Time i F Is the best for foubTmUcs Comets aUI Irregularities In Female Organs Should be taken for Ckttit ol Life and before OMSMh PJMten 014 Time KemeHes have stood tho test lor twenty years Madoosly r New Spencer Medicine Co Chat tanooga Tennessee I Perry Thomas druggists successors to WO White dec8lyr All drnggista sell Dr Miles Nerve Plasters IIAMOOYEARSOLD PlneTsiRoneyIn grips treilaa coughs and eolila It makes weak lw8trOIIoUrL rat A MetcalK p sess nw wUS US a sS UUSQS SS I1 PLEASE TRY t I I CANDY CATHARTI07I JOe25c 50c 0 LriuIIIIt t Ring out too olfl Sing in the new I RIng out tho faUo Ring la toe true J W 3g to you the new and true from the piney forests of Norway DR BELLS PineTarHoneyNatures science to a Pleasant Permanent Positive Cure for coughs colds and all Inflamed surfaces of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes The sore weary coughworn Lungs are exhilarated the microbebearing mucus Is cut out the cause of that tickling is removed and the inflamed membranes are healed and soothed so that there coughf DRUGGISTS and 100 SIzM BE SURE YOU GET Dr Dells For sale by Perry Thomas successors to W O White Charles E Douglas Geo D Simmons Agood as it looks APPEARANCES ABE OFTEN DECEITFULr and things that are showy many times prove to be worthless An article that is in daily use as a Cooking Range is must be Substantial and Reliable It should le the best to be had 1BORN STEEl RANGE IS THE BEST in Construction the Most Economical in the use of fuel and the Most jerfect and Satisfactory in Operation that has yet been produced We haye secured the exclusive agency for this line of Ranges and will be pleased to show them to you Sizes Styles and Prices to suit everybody The Hardware louse mi t DOUGLAS SIMMONS Tinware Plows and Plow Gears Harr- OWS Cultivators Everything in the Farming Line Blacksmith Supplies mchlly Don Fonel Us lei ii M of Jot Work PLOWING TIME El Is right at hand so is the 8 Vulcan 8 Chilled PlowfrtJ Fill PinTarINq Cash HardwnreStoves ClItlDISC Our store is heavily stocked with every article 11IIrrt found in firstclass Hardware Store such iI II Backbandetci4 4Jo III j1J1Ilroofing and repairing Jl YfYfflMtbt UidetsoIlw ii Taylor II i- tjJ81 I il j ir c Cir Q 1 W t t IC ALL DRUGGISTS s4 D iirlilt s ANGY URNITURE j ROM s OURTEENTO IFTYFIVE OR 90 PER SET W RockersQ WMW tw o Chiffoniers 51 Side Boards Lamp Stands Jf Umbrella i Racksc + Frames Etc Etc Etc Cheap Attractive g WE ARE filE OLD AND RELIABLE FIRM 4 GGmSTAff OLDHAM iit3DAY TELEPHONE 76 NIGHT TELEPHONE 6- 7tt 2 seoseesesssesss ooooueI 0 S Ss IP CASH STORElis s13 s On and after January 1st 1899 our Iee S terms will be ss iSIWe have attempted to run our business by col e lecting our accounts the first of each month but have been unable to collect them nilegpromptly Weare therefore compelled to sell for CASH that we may pay cash for our goods and will endeavor to make it to the Interest ofa the trade to do business with ns Wo have a 0 nice line of Staple anl Fancy Groceries 0 e QttceasTraro and Glassware c Give us a O call examine our stock and get prices iriiW Goods exchanged for country produce 0 0 s 8e li1i e HIGGINS u Ii a u ELLIS t i1 1 WEST MAIN ST I RICHMOND KY ss 1I a 5 S 5 5 5e 5SSSs50 S ssessess sS s s ese esSse II SPILECURE WHY SUFFER AGONY Iiguaranteedto IoKnife I Ii Intirruption oflasinsssl UJIlas el c m rdmnf politician 1 chief IC the iufturingIMICmmcndcd AddressICOMPANYse CHATTANOOGA TENN P- HHHCURESPILE C ft b tCJ 0JJ