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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r J ii ii 0 H THTICHMOND CLIMAX BTY VOLUME 25 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MARCH 29 1899 NUMBER 43f1TO S stc oLIi ++ Ills fyiilibb tils 4 Assurance leLsOF THE p +44 + GRIGSBY MUNCEY General Agents dJEastern Kentucky t THe CEST OF THEM ALLII ttDNTHLYttACAZINE Ml numlrand culcrtulnlng readlu matter Tlo ronflnttrct etnrlfm mtilrli are to oijeclanat to tiionf reader BuboIICrllljulI whomtheJ UmncOTT COMPANY PabUsHers PHILADELPHIA PROFESSIONAL CARDS A1lOItNEYS RW MILLER ArrourgrArLAWtRICHMOND KENTUCKYIn Office in the Burnam Building next door to armers National Bank febSly JA soIIIvA2q ATTORNEY ATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office over Taylors Hardware store op posite Court House on Main Street H B HOGGtATTORNEY AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office No 13 First St up stairs 3130 J 0 D M OIIENAULTa ATTORNEYS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY duILsPHYSICIANS DR H R GIBSON PHYSICIAN AND SURGEONo RICHMOND KENTUCKY Ofce in the Joe Ccilint building iS sod 90 Sec ond Sneer orer Yntte old drugstore j CHAS HOOKER VETERINARY SURGEON Graduate Ontario Veterinary College Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty irOHloe up stairs over store recently acct pied by Richmond Harness Co East St Richmond Ky nprTly lIeC JASPER M D Medicine and Surgery Ofhco Collins Ruildinc Main Street Telephone nt resilience the Crtrr place on Broadway RICHMOND KENTUCKY V D GEVANS PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON RICHMOND KENTUCKY DR T J TAYLOR Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery RICHMOND KENTUCK avOffice and residence on Second Street DENTAL SUBGEXWT DTXaAitTve tt KctosoTV DENTIST op LoUISVILLE KY a Office next door to QovernmIit Building RlchmSnd Ky Office hours ao 121 to 4 novllly Four nice rooms for rent Call at Dental Office of Dr Hob son next door to postolfice fJR FRED 1 1ST nOffice over Collins Grocery same office lately occupied by Dr W W Burgin Janl2ly Dr Louis H Landman No 503 West Ninth Street Cincinnati Ohio will heist the Hotel Zimmer Richmond Ky on Wednesday April 12 1899 returning every second Wednesday o each month Reference every physician of Rich mood Ky ebltly KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY R Ill CITE PftiHtit leiiagttB Ij- EEAKY BIBLE MEDICAL AND COM MERCIAL COLLEGES Tuition for Literary and Bible Course S22 a year More than twenty teachers flO000 gymnasium Thousands of incceasfut alumni Social and moral welfare of stndenta receive special attention Open to both sexes For catalogues address the President jlyZMf nH LUO1CEIWTRA I SnORT LINE TO New Orleans Best Line t9 ARKANSAS TEXAS MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA Pullman Tourist SleeplncCar loaves touts UghTiiIeeTCI3ThUld7to San Ask your ticket agent for particulars pr write to B u Fowler Traveling Pwsunger Agent lonlsvllle Ey Free Reclining Chair Can Ixralsrllle to Memphis and New Orleans A H HANSON WM A KELLOKB ap A Chicago AOPtLOBUrUlS II JUXE TARVIN OAE- n Regard to Trusts in which He said There is noth ing So Pitiless Nothing So Dangerous As the Organized IWealth Of This Land Oper ating Through a System of Trusts There is No Business in Which They Are Not Will ing to Engage There is No People They Are Not Will ing to Rob There is Noth ing Sacred Nothing That They Will Let Alone There is Nothing Poor Enough For Them to Have Pity OnI They Would Rob the Graves of the Dead if They Could Reach Their Hands Into Them publishedcharge to the Grand Jury The dc manu for the paper soon exhausted the issue and we have been requested to published full text of tho charge in re gard to trustsEd Commonwealth I think there is no exaggeration to say that there is no law upon the statute books of this commonwealths today of more general and vital importance to tho people of Kentucky than that statute is and I would rather see- sIt provisions strictly enforced and its penalties universally imposed than those of any other statute ou the stutute books of Kentucky It is a statute intended to prevent he organization and operation of trusts the State of Kentucky It is a contest that involves the question of self g p Lrandand destroy these things they will exterminate and destroy you They are contrary to every principle of govern ment known to us and to every principle embodied in tho fundamental law of this land Among the effects and results of he operation of those concerns is to take away from you and all men like you everywhere in this country the right to engage in any business One of tho effects and results of these com binatious and organizations is to enable certain number of men with an ag gregation of wealth to say that a cer tain industry in this country belongs to them and that no other man shall engage in it thatthe boot and shoe in uatry is theirs that the china trade is theirs and so on throughout nil the trades and industries known in this country until it has become so today that most of the industries of this country have come under the control f a set of mena very few men hav ing an aggregation of wealth behind them The result of it is that a few men can control prices of all articles produced in the United States or manufactured in the United States they can rcguixte the sale of them they can make tho price one thing today and another thing tomorrow and if one of you undertakes to go into business in competition with them they can come next door to you and sell for half what you sell for until they break you updand run you out of the business are doing this all over the the firesulting that retail stores are being driven out of the land that those who are the masters and have their own shops and clerks are being driven out and those who are masters are being made servants The result of it is that the labor Iandbeing presented to whom it belongs by inheritance and by right is being made the property of organized wealth of the United States and I say to yonthat it is true in the light of the history of trusts in the United States in the last few years that the oganlzed money DOCS Yow Back Ache In constant pain when on your feet Is that dragging pulling sensation with you from morn nightWhy 1 put the medicine exactly on the disease Why not apply the cure right to the spot itself Yoncandoitwithdherril I Pectoral Masteriff Immediately after tho Plaster is applied you feel its warming soothing in fluence Its healing remedies quickly penetrate down deep into the inflamed tissues Pain is quieted soreness is relieved and strength imparted Ne placer WM ever ia4e like It Ne plaster ever acted so ttkkly I Mrf Uwwtfely He plszter ever hd such ceii4ce1reheverah1 W 4s of pals Placed over itho chest it is a powerful aid to Ayera Cherry Pectoral relieving congestion and drawing out all inflammatids too ALZ nv Ait nnroQiFTX J C AVER CO Lowell M u Ia R 4Li 4iUN- PiwnFityrASQLUTEIY PURE II Makes the food more delicious and wholesome liE ssssr For tho CLIMAX aIIn1 otS A comforting lire burns brightlyin tho grate toniht and all sur I gracenutroundings seem cheerful enough Shakespeare and George Eliot sit on companybutthoywisdom they art poor company They are like Gedrge Eliot says plain women are Severn facts in life to be faced with philosophy and investi gated by science Sometimes Wadded with Stupidity the we ore we have thots of our own that leave no room for others thots to enter We ma read Hamlets soliloquy with our eyes we ourselves soliloquize Dickens pages with nimble fingeis IWbile thro the throng of his heros mind wanders and our vagrant thought lingers due paper orthe Filipinos c We may scan page after pago of Lea Miserables Even the hell of Napoleons last battleWhile our mind dwells on some childish game of marbles Ortue price of board or Shorthorn cattle We may be in at the death of Tito Milenia Whom George Eliot killed nota day too soon While our thots are really with the tatteredstreamer That waves from the Custom House under the moon Tonight Ive turned my back on them all everyone And have watched the glowing coals in the grate spunOrWondered when theyll dig the holes For those beautiful poles hy these midnight disturbances 7 will they strln the wires IW they eVQr start the fires Ithose little incandescencies SSS SSHS f power of this countryjhas become a public enemy and out to be treated as such i I say that it ought not only to be prosecuted but it ought to be de stroyed The danger of tho thing is that these trusts would not exist in tho United States were it not for the fact that parts of the public administration have been corruptly diverted to stand behind them and protect them If the laws of the United States were admin istered as they are made no trusts could exist in this country but the danger is that some of the executive and legislative departsmeuls have been corruptly diverted in a position favorable to them and instead of crushing thcuijout of existence are undertaking to support and maintain them and it comes to the courts and use courts alone for their destruction and it must be by grand juries in the courts throughout this country that trusts are to be destroyed it they can be des troyed at all We have these trusts in Kenton county There is an insurance combination in this county indictments were returned by the last grand jury It is the duty of the grand jury to ex- amIne into this matter and if satisfied from tho evidence that an illegal combination exists under this statute then it is your duty to find indictments and hope when the trial juries come to ispose of this matter that they go fur ther and inflict jail sentences as well as nes I hope and believe the next Legislature of Kentucky willmake the commission of these acts a felony in order that the doors of the penitentiary may to opened to receive the men who are guilty of these combinations I say it is your duty to indicttheso people if thoy are engaged in that business n Frankfort eightyfour of them were indicted and fined a5 number of indi viduals agents were tried and one man on a J urof twelve saved them from go ing tojail In Georgetown the other day they tried forty odd of these com panies who had entered into this illegal unjust and oppressive insurance rate to make you pay more insurance than you ought to pay for their benefit in other words systematized robbery and there they were fined by the petit jury and probably will continue to be fined until they abandon it The purpose of it is that those in cortain business will fix certain prices and you cant get it unless you pay that price and that thing exists in Covington and Kenton county today just as it does at Georgetown and Frankfort and it devolves upon the grand jury of this county to say that it dosnt exist any longer They go futher than this there is nothington earths that the trusts wont do I believe that an aggregation of great wealth always has a tendency to brutalize I believe that the aggrega gout of great wealth always lifts a tendency to remove every instinct and every spirit and every feelincof human ity that men ought to have You will find in tho hearts of the worst crimin abs that comes into court something that is good something that is desirable something that iworth having but you will find nothing on earth in organizations wealth that is good or that is worth having There is no limit there is no business in which they are not willing to engage there is no people that they are not willing to rob there is nothing sacred i nothing that they will let alone there Is nothing poor enough for them to have pity on i tlierq is nothing humble enough or weak enough for them to pity They would rob the graves of the dead if they could reach their hands into them For every five cents that you pay forschool books for your children you pay 10 or15 cents in addition by way of tribute to the School Book Trust There isnt a school book sold to a school child in tho city of Covingicro that isn unmitigated isnt school book or aschoo imp e ment purchased by a child in the city of CovlngtoaJhat does not involve the transaction of taking two or three times the price ot that book from the parents of that poor child and putting it in the pockets of the robber trust I say fo you go after these people in Tcstigato as tp these Covington schools establish what connections if any any school book concern has with the Cbv ingtwi SebootlJoardi as it existao c u or has existed or with any of the uiem bersofit see where these books are purchased and what prices are paid for them The great mass of people of this country sit today not realizing tlmt ills theirlaborthese trusts and make up the aggregate of wealth throughout the United States willbet 6rye s 8titutionsthis landI011thistrouble investigate the matter and find out the truth there would not be penitentiaries enough in this country thPlejtrustsI know of none of those robberies t Ifherepeople should not be robbed it is school books There are thousands of dolnlowithoutin order to provide their children with suitable clothing and books with whichi to attend school There is not a burglar on earth mean enough to rob those criminalt trustheraise their hands in pious horror at htnrThereaccursed nothing so dangerous as the t operntiuJthroudown etmy them or they will des youYou have read a great deal about inlentucky Idoand you can find out all you want about it saytoday inKeutonthat in manv other counties in Ken tucky there will be honest and courag- eoUs grand juriors that will do as Jhope and believe and expect yon will dothere ItilorioisNtng Cargile of Whashita I T He writes Four bottles of Electric Bitters has cured Airs Brewer of scrofula which had yearFTerriblehead and face and the best doctors could give no helpbut her cure is com plate and her health is excellent This shows what thousands have proved that Electric Bitters isthe best blood purifier known Its the supreufb remedy fur eczema tetter Slit rheum ulcers boils and running sores It stimulates liver kidneys and bowels expels poisons helps digestion builds up tin strength Only 50 cents Sold by Perry Thomas Druggist Guaranteed 4 EARTH MAYBE DESTROYED PROF RUDOLPH FALB OF VIENNA WH8 HAS MADE MANY ACCIJRATEPREIt- CTIONSFORETELlS THE PftMA liLY WIPIN6BWT Of TWI3 PLANET IN NOVEMBER tiSt January and February Unprecd nt ed cold waves cyclones and lund canes steen with great loss to pbip ping particularly on the American continent Toward End of March Earthquakes and destroying hailstorms JulyAugust Tidal wave destroying eastern coast of America Florida and California becoming ialhada from a submarine earthquake November lsbur planet to coree in contact with the comet known to aa tronomers as the comet of 1886 our planet to be Jf not absolutely par tfally destroyed This is the cheerful predic tt lINK Professor Rudolph Falb oil Vki Ma noted eciefliist and woi4jssiw rue atbengy erttiqrue 4 p itt 1 0 J J ologlcal conditions In March 1891 Ion warded to the Imperial Academy of Science at Vienna Probably nothing more would have been heard of the prediction if the meterological condi tion of the latter part of January and early part of February of this year had not corresponded with Professor Fdlbs prediction and the scientific journals of Enrope are in consequence giving Professor Falb and his predictions a great deal of attention While Professor Falb is by many scientists considered a crank his predictions on seismic disturbances have been remarkable fulfilled As for instance the great earthquake at Zante in 1803 he several days before the earthquake occurred sent warning to the press all over Europe Again in March 1893 ho was invited to lecture before the Tourist Club of Vienna on the subject of earthquakes but while accepting the invitation postponed the lecture until after April 13 as an earthquake would take place about that time and he would prefer to include tho results of his investigation of tho earth quake in his lecture And as the German proverb has it has du mir geschen the earthquake did occur on April 8 and was felt all over Southern Hungary and did much incidents like these could be quoted whero predictions have been made ono to two years in advance and been fulfilled Professor Falb disclaims in the most peremptory manner that his warning should be classed as predic tjons or prophecies- I am not a prophet ho said in an interview My theories aro simply scientific Investigations into mundane anatomy The interior of the earth is filled witha mutter mass subject to ebb and flow just like tho waters of the ocean Every intelligent and educated man knows this Between the surface of the earth and this molten mass which is slowly cooling there is only a shell of an average of eighteen miles in thickness in some places thinner than in others and here the confined force escapes in the form of gas But not finding such an outlet through the influence of the moon a great tidal wave sweeps round the inner crust of the earth and produces the terrible phenomena known as earthquakes This is in short Professor Falbs theory and it has been much disputed particularly his reference to the in fluence of the moon Professor Falb calls attention to the fully estab i shied instances where a comet has come In contact with our planet and the results 16 January 14 ten people killed in China by the fall of a meteor 23 November 3 thirtyfive villages destroyed in Saxony 1511 September 4 many lives des troyed by falling meteors atCrema 1749 November 4 a ship crowing the Atlantic was stuck killing several of these instances says Profes sor Falb can be regarded as the fall of a small comet upon ourplanet Discovered by a Woman Another great discovery has been made and that too By a lady in this country Disease fastened its clutches upon her and for sevenyears she withstood its severest tests but her vital or gans were undermined and death seemed imminent For three months she couglieJ incessantly and could not eleop She finally discovered a way to recovery by purchasing us a bottle of Dr Kings New Discovery for Cnsump tion and was so much relieved on taking first dose that she slept all night and with two bottles has been absolutely cured Her name is Mrs Luther Lutz Thus writes W C Hamnick Co of Shelby N C Trial bottles free at Perry Thomas Drugstore Succcs snrs to W U White Regular size flOe and 100 every bottle guaranteed 4yImprovement AmongShorl Horn Cattle a Madison county once the home of the finest herd of short horns on earth bids fair to regain some of the pres tige lost since the death of Col TS Mobcrley and the sale of his magnifi dent Forest Grove herd The CiiKax has received this letter ED CLIMAX I had the pleasure of risiting Mr J V White the enterprising short horn breeder who laid the foundation for a bright future in that line in the fall of 893 by his purchases at the dispersion sale of the renowned Forest Grove herd It is an acknowledged fact that no better material could have been ob tained for a beginning than from tattle tested and tried by the lamented Col iloborley His breeds stood foremost for years in eastern and western show yards He is gone forever from our midst but his work will bear wil nets for years to come Among the many good ones he bred is Mary Abbotts burn 7th now owned by Mr Aaron Barbour of New York This animal is admitted by the oldest breeders in America and Great Britain to be the bast cow living or dead She has been shown for five consecutive years against all breeds and bas neversuffered defeat I have no doubt but that all will come right yet in the breeding of fine cattle in Kentucky where they are now in demand Farmers cannot farm without cattle They lift mortgages and dwell bank accounts and for the good of Madison county I hope Mr White will some day approach hut high mark at which it once was lie has A grandstarta fine farm of rolling land situated on thef Lancaster pike three miles from Richmond The cattle of his own breeding show the character of good blood His stock bull Gondolier is one of the best short horns In America both aa an individ ual and by breeding I saw thftre a 2 yearold heifer that is simply superb for which Mr White has refused a very tempting offer stating she was not for sale which means that he is to hold fast to the sort that produce the best results I have no hesitation in saying Mr White has laid the foundation of what will become one of the greatest stock farms in Kentucky I wish the vener able gentleman every success in his endeavor reestablish the fine cattle industry in Madison sd tra t ell loyal eUIaens will encourage Mba in this laudable aadertaking G G FORBES RichmomlKy MureliSl =Seeing isnt alwayibihvru we ee- loli a polw etsU t 1 K KAK KK K NERYOU WEAK DISEASED MEN PO CURE NO PAY E TREAT3IENTorIciW11 orSexualofthese3 WE CURE SYPHILIS R This terriblo mood Poison Iho turor of manklnl Ields readily to our NEW MereutTlot1ht a you nae tores tungnr apains in tho joInts toro throat hair cr eyebrow our1 lmplcaor blotchcr ttomach derangement Pure eyes brad nI IieMlCICC you haro tho recondary ttgo j lolon Wo toticii tho most tbstinato cater tad ehnllecro tbo world for a core we accept for treatment and cannot cure our treatment tbo painsdisappearmurinle is JOSSibIO and safe CURES GUARANTEED ThonranJ of young nnJ muldlenccd ppotbyj ourNewWE CURE IMPOTENCY j And rcptoroMl parts to a normal condi ccf1 It amonl men Krrry cape if treated indi W Tldually noenroall hene cur wnler J 3 fut success No matter what ails yon consult us confidentially Wo can fur y nlfh bank bondsto guarantee to occoia jplirfx what wo claim 250000 CURED We treat and cure EMISSIONS JLM SItUE1tDnAINE3 KIDNRV and BLADDKU Ditraref lJOOKSRREQUESTION BLANK fur HOME JRKATMEXT DRS KENNEDY KERGAN 122WFourth8t CINCINNATI O Ktt ICK KK K Paint For Sale We have an un Jimited quantity of black paint suitable for barns Iron Fences Gutters fro Will sell in any quantity prjceForon or address 1 Jater i IB Co jan- 33mDrugs we do not handle because we know nothing adout the drug business b- utPaintsmake sell and apply After more than 30 ears actual practical experience the making selling and puttingon of paint we feel some what in claiming that we know something more about the business than those who have for a short time as clerks and dealers been selling over the counter paints canned and kcged of which they were unacquainted with the quality of the contents We guarantee to give to the people of this and adjoining counties better paints that will results for less money than any concern this Hide of the larger Now make a list of paints wanted from White Lead on get figures from allt then get our figures and if we are not tower aua give you better goods than nay one else we promise you that we wont ask you to buy InspectionOB I M1 WILLOIiO 209 Hid BICIIMONDZYS eJargest and only and retail dealer In Paints Wail Win dow ShadeS Window Glass Oils Varnishes generallrstock I GO To T- EEEnglish Kitchen U W Short St LexintIII Ky J W KJLSTMW Trbyrittir Regular meat osM Leol as cents Most conrenlent and ceatrally located hotel In the city Fine equipped bat comaectlon EXPERIENCE 80 YEARS III i Trtioe MARKS I Anrone ieadlng a ko1cb sad iIeSlptiOn lr ascertain oar optekm an InTentloa U probcMy clintUoN sitrIcUyconeantlal Raa4Ie5 rcena bent fre OldCII agency for wciw IAIUtD Fat nU taken I1eii ce NGetft- optel4lIIOtWWItbout dis t5 SdtMlitk RrkaLAbs- coIeel tltsstr wmltg IMIteK fir celaUOft of any C455 III months ft 5014 bj ers iiITartaWK- 3iit Our hoods AIND Oar PriCe54 + + ++ ++ Compel you to trade with us when you give us a trial I11Q1 ffinm3 I f11- Bflia mmm ID ID m 1j Da The ladies cannot be deceiveIby catchy bombastic claims All we have to say is we buy in the best markets of the world select the la test goods and when you buy you know you the latest goods Is that withI want If so trade White AND Gi son =News and Opinions OF National Importance The SunLLONE Contains Both Daily by mail 56 a year Daily and Sunday by mail 58 a year +H+ t 5 a Sxxv IS THE GREATEST SUNDAY NEWSPAPER IN TUE WORLD Price 5 cents a copy By mall 200 a year Address THE SUN New Yo- rk3R13NBACKS or Government Money 1865tberethe following policyAmerican Republic during the late Civil War in that country should become indurated down to a fixture then that government will furnish its allIon its trade and commerce It will precedentinthe world The brain and wealth of all countries will go to North America THAT GOVERNMENT MUST BE DESTROYED OR IT WILL DESTROY EVERY MONARCHY ON THIS GLOBE The famous Hazzard circular to capitalists in New York and the Buell Bank circular to United States Bank ers both emanating from London and the fabulous corruption fund raised in England and Germany estimated at 1500000 were the agents that se cured the closing of our mints against silverThe II walk into my parlor policy of England during and since the Spanish War is the latest evidence of English Diplomacy in shaping the destiny of the United States Govern ment Notwithstanding the famine price of wheat the Spanish War and fabulous expenditures of money by our goldhasand all other values decreased in the same proportion Foa thorough understanding of the money question or silver issue the has uniformly given evidence of its ability to teach explain and produce all facts and truth It is a paper that ought and ijleasue WHHoshalCol Commlssioi Merchants atIt1oi Hogs ad e UNION STOCKYARDS CINCINNATI O TELEPHONE73461AII regarding live stock cheerfully furnished Consign your stock direct to us sop tiy +t+CALL AT ++ + + JJ1RSALOOJf PARLOR W1EM IK TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found dispensedbydatingcikst- kH Z WWr ICTii i if81J iP8 PbotIet rIdSt lj1D01J XY i It IIu di IWe Dont Want a Cent J yoI IFor that reason we are always aroundI S better you can do here than anywhere else I Suites Bedroom A In BirdsEye Maple Mahog any Golden and Antique Oak Beautiful Brass and Folding Beds 4Elegant Sideboards I Extension and Center Tables Odd Dressers Chiffoniers Parlor Cabinet Book Cases Hat Racks Etc Etc There is also on display in my store the most t1ke1egani display of Morris Chairs ever brought to Richmond JMy selection of Rocking Chairs and Moquette Roxberry and Axminster Carpets cannot be excelled A handsome line of Couches in Velvet and cityClothesSmyrna and Wilton Rugs are also attractjive additions to our business If you are a lover of beauty it will pay you to call and my line of Framed Pictures Me dallions c We also make a specialty of Jframing pictures j Our line is full and complete and in charge fijjjt of Mr M G Brown a graduate embalmer and funeral director It will pay you to 9call on me before purcbasing elsewhere 1 SI NEVILLE MOBERLEVI J I r Successor to J 8 Collins NIGHTPHONE23a J i A BOON TO MANKINDw IIno DRTALERS BUCKEYE PULEI- D WJ CURE 1I A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBES BY MAIL 75 CENTS BOTTLES so CENTS JAMES FiBALLARD Safe mphtor 310 Nortb MaIn Street ST LOUIS MO For sale by PERRY THOMAS Druggists1a1y Madison Monumental Works ESTABLISHED 1863 It JAMES T HAMILTON PROPRIETOR Jf Monuments tAmerIcan4 + + + + + + + t FIRE WORK ASPECIALTY 1 S + ofCemeteryof the M E Church on Irvine Street where they will find constantly on hand ofbuyerswlrkInwhich will be furnished on application Ifr YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICIXEDWl iJA7VES TH7MILTON Proprietor REPAIRING nfsoAL E LANE JE7TELEE cS OTiCI2T2ND STREET RICHMOND KY Sell Your Hides AND flUYYOUR Sd Potato at hurmansWe pay tooHlghftst and sell for tlteIxwe fc Prices on earih t ELuRNAkCow r coMMM AD PsDt r IHAJ0ND t LYi c Q c i m THE RICHMOND CLIMAX VOLUME 25 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MARCH 29 1899 NUMBER 43JII 5TO q x vs DovU i ++++ Tie EjwtoHfllilr c AI euleLE8OF THE GRIGSBY EIUNCEY General Agents fEastern Kentucky THC CEST OF THEM ALlII O Contain n In InrgoqrinntItyotucjuiud No rentlHiirit etorlrx trtilrli are object tonatilo to tnot reader It Rhnuld be In every household Subecrlptlim C3OO per year whomtheJ LffPmcOTT COMPANY Publishers PHItAOCLPHIAa PROFESSIONAL CARDS ArrOItNEYS RW MILLER ATTOBXETATLiW RICHMOND EENTvcxTI Office In the Burnam Building next door to armera National Bank feb3ly Jl SULLrvAN ATTORNEY ATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office over Taylors Hardware store op posite Court House on Main Street H B JIOGGtATTORNEY AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office No 13 First St up stairs 3130 J 0 D M OIIENAIJLTa ATTORNEYS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen anlts grocerytPHYSICIANS DR H R GIBSON PHYSICIAN AND SURGEONo RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office in the Joe CCilint building and ao Sec ond Street over Wnite a old drueitore a CHAS HOOKER VETERINARY SURGEON Graduate Ontario Veterinary College Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty SOffice up stairs over store recently accu by Richmond Harness Co East Main St Richmond Ky apr7ly n C JASPER M D Medicine and Surgery Odice Collins Ruildine Main Street Telephone nt resitlence the Cnrr place on Urondway RICHMOND KENTUCKY GEVANS MD PllVsiCJAN AND SURGEON RICHMOND KENTUCKY DR T J TAYLOR Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery RICHMOND KENTUCKY ayOffico and residence on Second Street DENTAL STJBGEHY Dt 1atte V Votosou DYflST OF LOUIsVILLE Kr- 03Offlce next door to OorernmXt Building nichmSnd Ky Office hoursjfejo Ml to 4 nov7ly Four nice rooms for rent Call at Dental Office of Dr Hob son next door to postoffice DR FRED SMITH DENTIST relatelyDr Louis H Landman No 803 West Ninth Street Cincinnati Ohio will bent the Ibid Zimmer Richmond Ky on Wednesday April 12 1899 returning every second Wednesday o each month Reference every physician of Richmond Ky febUly KENTUCK UNIVERSITY It Ill CITE Prtlatullgl EBABY BIBLE MEDICAL AND COMMERCIAL COLLEGES Tuition for Literary and Bible Coarse 22 a year More than twenty teachers 10ono gymnasium Thousands of successful alumni Uoclal and moral welfare of students receive special attention to both sexes For catalogues address the President JlyWtf ILLWOIETRLShIOltT 1 New Orleans S BestAne 19 ARKANSAS TEXAS MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA Pnllrasn Tourist Sleeping Car leaves toutvllle every Thursday and runa Uirou Eli to San Francisco uk your ticket agent for particulars cr write to JL H Fowler Traveling Passenger Agent LoulsvlUe Free KytoMemphis and New Orleans A H HANSON WM A KELLONB oP A Chicago AGPALoaUrUJfl r JU GE AVIMg OAa In Regard to Trusts in which He said There is noth ing So Pitiless Nothing So Dangerous As the Organized Wealth Of This Land Oper ating Through a System of Trusts There is No Business in Which They Are Not Will ingto Engage There is No Are Not Will 4inging Sacred Nothing That They Will Let AloneThere is Nothing Poor Enough For Them to Have Pity On They Would Rob the Graves of the Dead if They Could Reach Their Hands Into Them publishedcharge to the Grand Jury Thu demand for the paper soon exhausted the issue and we have been requested to published full text ol the charge in regard to trustsEd Commonwealth I think there is no exaggeration to say that there is no law upon the statute books of this commonwealth today of more general mitt vital import nce to the people of Kentucky than that statute is antI I would rather see- sit provisions strictly enforced and its penalties universally imposed than those of any other statute oil the stutute books of Kentucky t 3hen tim State of Kentucky It is a contest that involves the question of self preservation for if you and other grand juries are unable to exterminate and destroy these things they will ex terminate and destroy you They are contrary to every principle of govern ment known to us and to every principle embodied in the lunclanicntil law of this land Among the effects and results of he operation of those concerns Is to take away from you and all men like you everywhere in this country the right to engage in any business One of time effects and results of these combinations and organizations is to enable certain number of men with an ag gregation of wealth to say that a cer tain industry in this country belongs to them and that no other man shall engage in it thattlie boot and shoe in ustry Is theirs that the china trade is and BO on throughput all the trades and industries known in this country until it has become so today that most of the industries of this country have come under the control f a set of mena very few men hav ing an aggregation of wealth behind them The result of it is that a few men can cuntrol prices of all articles pro duced in the United States or manufactured in the United States they can rcgulxte the sale of them they can make the price one thing today and another thing tomorrow and if one of you undertakes to go into business in competition with them they can come next door to you antI sell for half what you sell for until they break you up and run you out nf tho business They are doing this all over the country i the result is that retail business is decreas ing that retail stores are being driven out of the land that those who are the masters and have their own shops and clerks are being driven out and those who are masters are being made servants The result of it Is that the labor and industry the country instead of being presented to whom it belongs by inheritance and by right is being made the property of organized wealth of the United States and I say to youthat it is true in the light of the history of trusts in the United States in the last few years that the ognnlzed money DOes Yw Racli Ache In constant when on SIssensation with you from morn till night 1 Why not put the medicine exactly on the disease Why not apply the cure right to the spot itself You can do it with DrAerscherII Pectoral Master Immediately after tho Plaster is applied you feel its warming soothing in fluence Its healing remedies quickly penetrate down deep into the inflamed tissues Pain is quieted soreness isrel- ieved andstrength imparted Ne phuter wu ever ma4c like It Ne ptesier ever acted to akkiy Mrf tJwrMtkly Na ftester ever tad such c H 4e4eceitrol ev raH U4sPlaied over the chest it is a powerful aid to Ayers Pectoral relieving congestion and drawing out all inflammation JOJt w HT nncoaisw J C ATKR CO Lowell Mall J I i l IASCLIJIELY PVIE 1 Makes the food more delicious and wholesome 1Mma pot eo tttw romc SSSSSSSSSSSSSSS ssSsFor tho CLIMAX i amn q Olq roundings seem cheerful enough Shakespeare and George Eliot sit unceremoniously on the table Dickens with nil his accustomed grace and freedom lies on the me Even the dignified Victor Hugo leans on iwisdom they are poor company rhiey are like George Eliot says plaiu women are Severe facts in life to be faced with philosophy anti investi- gatedt by science Sometimes Wadded with stupidity tho wo are we have thots of our own that leave no room for others thots to outer I m We may flip Dickens pages with nimble finceis I As we slip thro the throng of hia heros We may scan page after page of Les Miserables Even the hell of Napoleons last battle While our mind dwells on some childish game of marbles Orthe price of board or Shorthorn cattle Wo may be in at the death of Tito Milema Whom George Eliot killed not a day too soon1 8While our thots are really with the tattered streamer That waves from the Custom House under the moon Tonight Ive turned my back on them all everyone Anti have watched the glowing coals in tho grate Wondered when theyll dig the holes For those beautiful poles Why these midnight disturbances When will they string the wires Will they ever start the fires For those little incandescencies 1 X nwJww www power of this country has become a public enemy and out to be treated as such I say that it ought not only to be prosecuted but it ought to be destroyed The danger of the thing is that these trusts would not exist in tho United States were it not for the fact that parts of the public administration have been corruptly diverted to stand behind them and protect them If the laws of the United States were admin islered as they are made no trusts could exist in this country but the danger is that some of the executive and legislative departsmenls have been corruptly diverted in a position favorable to them and instead of crushing tthernout of existence are undertaking to support and maintain them and it comes to the courts and the courts alone for their destruction and it must be by grand juries in the courts throughout this country that trusts are to be destroyed It they can be des troyed at all We have these trusts in Kenton county There is an insurance combination in tills countyIndictments were returned by the last grand jury It is the duty of the grand jury to examine into this matter and if satisfied from the evidence that an illegal com bination exists under this statute then it is your duty to find indictments and I hope when the trial juries come to dispose of this matter that they go fur ther and inflict jail sentences as well as fines I hope and believe the next Legislature of Kentucky willmake the commission of these acts a felony in order that the doors of the penitentiary may l e opened to receive the men who are guilty of these combinations I say it is your duty to indict these people I f they are engaged in that hpsiuess fn Frankfort eightyfour of them were indicted and fined al number of individuals agents were tried and one man on a jury of twelve saved them from go lug tojail In Georgetown the other day they tried forty odd of these com antes who had entered into this illegal unjust and oppressive insurance rate to make you pay more insurance than you ought to pay for their benefit in other words systematized robbery and there they were fined by the petit jury and Probably will continue to be fined until they abandon itrrhe purpose of it is that those in certain business will fix certain prices antI ybU cant get It unless you pay that price and that thing exists in Covington and Kenton county today just as it does at Georgetown and Frankfort and it devolves upon the grand jury 0f this county to say that it dosnt exist any longer They go futher than this there is nothingtin earth that the trusts wont do I believe that an aggregation of great wealth always has a tendency to brutalize I believe that the aggrega tion of great wealth always has a tendency to remove every instinct and every spirit audovoryfeelingofhiuman- ItT that men ought to have You ll find in tho hearts of the worst crimEa ala that comes into court something that in good something that is desir able something that is worth having but von will find nothing on earth in organizations of wealth that is good or that is worth having There is no limit there is no business in which they are there is nothing sacred nothing that they will let alone there is nothing poor enough for them to have pity on there is nothing humble enough or weak enough for them to pity hey would rob the graves of the dead if they could roach their hands into them For every five cents that you pay forschoolibooks for your children you pay 10 oc15 cents in addition by vayof tribute to the School Book Trust There isnt a school book sold to a school child in tho city of Covington that isut unmitigated robbery There Isnt school book or aschool imple meat purchased by a child in the city of CovIugtoH that does not involve the transaction of taking two or three times the price ottbat book from the parents of that poor child and putting it in the pockets of the robber trust I say fo you go after these people in vcstigalo M tp these Covingfonschoole establish what connections If any any school book concern has with the COv Ingt n5pboot Board as it exists jww 1 a u j RAKING POWDER 1Acompanybutthoy eyesT11jf0 lingersOn spunOr peoIpIe SSSg membersp purchasedthem The great mass of people of this country sit today not realizing that it Is their money ajid the result of their labor that go to swell the revenues of these trusts and make up the aggregate of wealth t Chatbe destroyed by tho people of this coon try before they ever know what it is to e s 8titutionsthis land ofthisBndfindcountryitrusts who would be sent to themaII know of none of those robberies worst than the school book robbery It there is anything concerning which people should not be robbed it is school books There are thousands of families in this country today doing without some of the necessities of life in order to provide their children with suitable clothing and books withwhich to attend school There is not a burglar on earth mean enough to rob those people I have neverj seen any crim itNothe organized wealth of men who raise their hands in pious horror at e very tale of putty theft they hear There is nothing so pitiless nothing so accursed nothing so dangerous us the operatinJthroushdown destroy them or they will des yonYou have read a great dealabout tho Whisky Trust that is forming in Kentucky Whither it hus extended Idoand you can find out all you want about it saytodayso far as your jurisdiction extends in Kenton county Ky and you will find that in many other counties in Ken tucky there will be honest and courageous grand juriors that will do asIhope and believe and expect you will dotijere Uloriois Kiws Comes from Dr D B Cargile of Whashita I T He writes Four bottles ol Electric Bitters hits cured Sirs Brewer of scrofula which had yearrTerriblehead and face and the best doctors could give no hielpbut her cure is com plete nnd her health is excellent This shows what thousands have proved that Electric Bitters is the best blood purifier known Its the suprenfe remedy fur eczema letter salt rheum ulcers boils and running sores It stimulates liver kidneys and bowels expels poisons helps digestion bijilils up the strength Only 50 cents Sold by Perry Thomas Druggist Guaranteed 4 EARTH MAY BE DESTROYED PROF RUDOLPH FALB 0F VIENNA WM HAS MADE MANY ACCURATE PREMC TIONS FORETELLS THE PR8tA- BLY W1PINGOUT Of THIS PLANET IN NOVEMBER 1899 January and February Unprecedent harrl1cplrJ particularly on the American continent Toward End of March Earthquakea and destroying hailstorms JnlyAucnsl Tidal wave destroying eastern coast of America Florida and California becoming islands from a submarine earthquake November l3Our planet to come in contact with the comet known to as tronomers aa the comet of lurplanet to be lf not absolutely par tfally destroyed This Is the cheerful predictioa that ProfS Kwdpljih Fbr of ViewiM aotetU sciiUattl didiHttkefitT on MMfthqurim Mtd pwfctf 1 o ii rl II 0 J 11 ological conditions in March 181 for warded to tho Imperial Academy of Science at Vienna Probably nothing more would htwe been heard of the prediction if the meterologlcal condi tion of the latter part of January nnd early part of February of this year had not corresponded with Professor Falbs prediction and the scientific journals of Europe are in consequence giving Professor Falb and his predictions a great deal of attention While Professor Falb is by many scientists considered a crank his predictions on seismic disturbances have been rdmarablefulfihled As for Instance the great earthquake at Zanto in 1803 he several days before the earthquake occurred sent warning to the press all over Europe Again in March 1893 ho was invited to lecture before the Tourist Club of Vienna on the subject of earthquakes but while accepting the invitation postponed the lecture until alter April 13 as an earthquake would take place about that time and be would prefer to include tho Results of his investigation of the earth quake in his lecture And as the German proverb has it has du inir geschen the earthquake did occur on April 8 and was felt all over Southern Hungary and did much incidents like those could be quoted where predictions have been made ono to two years in advance and been fulfilled Professor Falb disclaims in tho most peremptory manner that his warning should be classed as prediction or prophecies- I am not a prophet ho said in an interview My theories are simply scientific investigations into mundane anatomy The interior of the earth is filled with n matter mass subject to ebb and flow just like tho waters of the ocean Every intelligent and educated man knows this Between the surface of the earth and this molten mass which is slowly cooling there is only a shell of an average of eighteen miles in thickness in some places thinner than in others and here the confined force escapes in the form of gas But not finding such an outlet through tho influence of the moon a great fldal wave sweeps round the inner crust of tho earthand produces the terrible phenomena known as earthquakes This is in short Professor Falbs theory and it has been much disputed particularly his reference to tho in fluence of the moon Professor Falb calls attention to the fully ootab lished instances where a comet has In contact with our planet and he results 61G January 14 ten people killed in China by the fall of a meteor 23 November 3 thirtyfive villages destroyed in Saxony 1511 September 4 many lives des troyed by falling meteors atCrema 1740 November 4 a ship crowing the Atlantic was stuck killing several of these instances says Profes sor Falb can be regarded as the fall of small cornet upon our planet Discovered by a Woman Another great discovery has been made and that too 6y a lady in this country Disease fastened its clutches upon her and for sevc years she withstood its severest tests but her vital or gans w undermined and death seemed imminent For three months she coughed incessantly and could not Sleep She finally discovered way to recovery by purchasing of us a bottle of Dr Kings New Discovery for Cnsump tion and was so much relieved on taking Bret dose that fiho slept all night and with two bottles has been absolutely cured Her name is Mrs Luther Lutz Thus writes W C Hamnick Co of Shelby N C Trial bottles free at Perry Thomas Drug Store Succes sors to W H White Regular size 60c antI 100 every bottle guaranteed 4y Improvement AmongShorl Horn Cattle I Madison county once the home of the finest herd of short horns on earth bids fair to regain some of the pres tige lost since the death of Col TS Moberley anti the sale of bis magnifi dent Forest Grove herd The CLIMAX has received this letter- ED CLIMAX I had the pleasure of visiting Mr J V White the enterprising short horn breeder who laid the foundation for a bright future in that line in the fall of 895 by his purchases at the dispersion sale of the renowned Forest Grove herd It is an acknowledged fact that no better material could have been ob tained for a beginning than from rattle tested and tried by the lamented Col Moberley His breeds stood foremost for years in eastern and western show yards He is gone forever from our midst but his work will bear witness for years to come Among the many good ones ho bred is Mary Abbotts burn 7th now owned by Mr Aaron Barbonr of New York This animal is admitted by the oldest breeders in America and Great Britain to be the jest cow living or dead She has been shown for five consecutive years against all breeds and lisa neversuffered defeat I have no doubt but that ell will come right yet in the breeding of fine cattle in Kentucky where they are now in demand Farmers cannot farm with out cattle They lift mortgages and dwell bank accounts nnd for the good of Madison county I hopo Mr White wilt some day approach the high mark at which it once was He has a grand starta fine farm of rolling land situated on the Lancaster piko three miles from Richmond The cattle of hw own breeding show the character of good blood His stock bun Gondolier is one of the best short horns in America both as an individ ual and by breeding I saw thflre a 2 yearold heifer that is simply superb for which Mr White baa refused a very tempting offer stating she was not for sale which means that he Is to hold fast to time sort that produce the best results I liars no hesitation ia saying Mr White hints laid the foundation of what will become one of the greatest stock farms in Kentucky I wish the vener able gentleman every success in his endeavor to reestablish time fine cattle Industry in Madison aad trait all loyal citizens will encourapa him in this laudable undertaking C G FORBES Richmond Ky Mjurcft 21 Slag ffiatalways believing we sea kf p1otye euI i 0i i 4 1 fi i fNERVOUSWEAKfi DISEASED MEN 3NO CURENO PAY E TIlE KEW METHOD THEATJIENT poiittreiyE Sexual diicaro It is tho result of yjtf1WE CURE SYPHILIS This terriblo mood Poison the trror tjof manlirnt riehis readily to our NEW TRIAEA1ET liewino of lercury Potash etc Ther mar rittnyonrryitcm If you hate certain the 1I10ulhor tongue pains in tho joints lOre throat hair cr eyebrow out pimples or blolchci Ij jg stomach derangement ore eye heed J I10M1el yon luna fccomlnry sttgo fier Poiron Wo oiicIt Ibo most obstinate can find chnlltnco tho world fur ft cue wo accept for trcalmellt- IInd cannot cure Dy our treatment Ilie 1 paindloappeac1 CURES GUARAr3TEEDfr Tboamnili young anti middlcuccd pappeilby I worry etc No matter Ito cane our Now Method Treatment u tho rtf uc- rWECURE1MPOTENCY And rotoro nil parts to n normal condi tion Ambition life and enercr aro rc iewedand coo feels Iiioielf a man among men Errry caro i tmit t md- ivideallyno cnroallbeneoourwonIcr fal mcctrs No matter what ails you consult IK confidentially Wo can fur f nlh bank bonds to guarantee to aceotn pitch yhat we claim 1t 250000 CURED S EMISSIONSVAtICOCELE li STKICTUUE MPOTE CY RKCLIE1 iDHAINS UNNATUHAf D1SOIIAKOL ES KIDNKY and HLADDKU Diru I nOOKSPURFM gBEATMENT x res I KENNEDY KERGAN I 1 22 W Fourth St t CINCINNATI O 1 Paint ForI Sale We have an un limited quantity of black paint suitable for barns Iron Fences Gutters- c Will sell in any quantity at a very low price For particulars call on or address 1 late i Light o Jan233m Dragswe because we know nothing adout the drug business b- utPmixits make sell and apply After more than 30 ears actual practical experience In the making selling and putting on of paint v feel some what in claiming that we know something more about the business than those who havq for a short time as clerks and dealers been selling over the counter prints canned and keged of which they wer unacquainted with the quality of the contents guarantee to give to the people of this and adjoining coun ties better paints that will produce blOtter re sults for less money than any concern this side of the larger cities Now make a list of paints wanted from White Lead on figures from all then get our figures and Itwo are not lower and give you better goods than nny one else we promise you that we wont sale you to buy Remember we submit samples tar your Inspec Lion QIL WItLOIiO T Kill SIEEn- RICHMOND KT 4irThe largest and only exclusive whoeeal and dealer In Paints Wan Paper Win dow Shades Window Glass Oils Varnishes Brusher Artist and Painters supplies gvneraU stock the largest and prices alwajs the lowest P GOEO- TBEnglish uI Kitchen 12 W Short St Lexington Ky J W S1IU ZtoQKUtW Regular meals 3S cent LoAfis 25 cents Most conreniant and centrally located hotel in the city Fine equipped baT in osBectlon akk1AA4i 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE PmTHAOC MARKS DCMCIM- COPYiRIOKTSryv AC Anyme peniilnj a sketch sail Isliin His qnlctlr Meerttln our opinion itae wheUHlr an mbabl ssWntab t Cominnlcx- t r trlcOeun5deAttIai HaAdtlok PMcal- nt tree Oldest SMOCT for ersHwriwteat JMeiiM tokea Mnoul CG receive rM wtJc iiikYMrmtt A Iaasoieeti uheMrsd Lele relation f releceiSe Jo1hr a fear onh5 i So4 alt Iv- lilftIILCIflftw Our Goods ANDMMMf Our Prices Compel you to trade with us when you give us Or trial 1llifd ffin BiJ 1Ilm TJ ra lliIDID J iJm 3 n 1JD The ladies cannot be deceived by catchy phrases nor bombastic claims All we have to say is we buy in the best markets of the world select the latest goods and when you buy you know you have the latest uptodate goods Is that what you want If so trade with WniteAND Gibson1 == News and Opinions OF National Importance The ISunLLONE Contains Both M f+ Daily by mail 6 a year Daily anti Sunday by mail8 a year +Ce 5a 5wo 18 THE GREATEST SUNDAY NEWSPAPER IN THE WORLD Price 5 cents a copy By mall 200 a year Address TIlE SUN New Yor- kGREENBACKS or Government Money t865therethe following policyAmerican Republic during the late Civil War in that country should become indurated down to a fixture then that government will furnish its money without cost It will have all the money that is necessary to carry on its trade and commerce It will precedentinthethe world The brain and wealth of all countries will go to North America THAT GOVERNMENT MUST BE DESTROYED OR IT WILL DESTROY EVERY MONARCHY ON THIS GLOBE The famous Hazzard circular to capitalists in New York and the Buell Bank circular to United States Bank ers both emanating from London and the fabulous corruption fund raised in England and Germany estimated at 1500000 were the agents that se cured the closing of Our mints against silverThe walk into my parlor policy of England during and since the Spanish War is the latest evidence of English Diplomacy in shaping the destiny of the United States Government Notwithstanding the famine price of wheat the Spanish War and fabulous expenditures of money by our yearJgoldhasand all other values decreased in the proportionFor understanding of the money question or silver issue the has uniformly given evidence of its ability to teach explain and produce all facts and truth It is a paper that ought and seasire WIH Hos haJCu Commission Merchants Itt HVcV WHii BvMilii tff UNION STOCK YARDSI CINCINNATI O TELEPHONE 7346 rAIJfnforlllation regarding live stock cheerfully furnished Consign your stock direct to us sepfrly 4 H fCALL AT + + ++ tlltSALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found dispensedbYlt1todat VMMHttt SHMVMfft rAWf K4yt Ml TflfW i U 1IUUIiJiIlUc C aL1i PhoekJcIfJxoID jti VDU 1b jtot t III We Dont Want a Cent igY Of your money unless you S get value received for it For that reason we are always glad to have you look around the store and learn how much g better you can do here than eanywhere else 1 jfr ir L1 r tj fj IBeroom itjd In BirdsEye Maple Mahog any Golden and Antique Oak 1 I Beautiful Brass and Folding Beds sElegant Sideboards Mfcx Extension and Center Tables It Odd Dressers Chiffoniers J Parlor Cabinet Book Cases i Rat Racks Etc Etc I 11 There is also on display in my store the most t elegant display of Morris Chairs ever r I il brought to Richmond i My selection of Rocking Cbairsand Moquette 1 t Roxberry and Axminster Carpets cannot be excelled A handsome line of Couches in Velvet and cityClothes i Smyrna and Wilton Rugs are also attract ive additions to our business rf you are a lover of beauty it will pay j u to tcall and my line of Framed Pictures Me dallions c We also make a specialty of framing pictures Our line is full and complete and in charge of Mr M i Brown a graduate embalmer and funeral director It will pay you to call on me before purcbasing elsewhere i SI mi mmr Successor to J S Collins AeWGHTPHONE23a A BOON TO MANKIND DTAL1RS BUCKEY IIPULE ELlEJUSEJ CURE A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBES BY MAIL 75 CENTS BOTTLES 50 CENTS JAMES Fa mALLARD Sole Protrfetor 310 North Main Street ST LOUIS HO For sale by PERRY THOMAS Druggists jafhy Madison Monumental Works ESTABLISHED 1863 I JAMES T HAMILTON PROPRIETOR Monuments Tombs Headstones Statuary and Foreign and I American Marble and Granite 4 + ++++ FIRE WORK AI SPECIALTY S + ++4 + 4+ ofCemeteryof the M E Church on Irvine Street where they will find constantly on hand a largo stock of finished work to select from at prices to suit all classes of buyers ffMn W G GOUCHEU one of the best workmen in Control workInwhich will bo furnished on atpllcntlonttfYOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED1 J7MST H7MLTON Proprietor REPAIRING AND SPECIALTY TIMEINO FINE WArES All Work Guaranteed L E- owI bANE OPTici72ND STREET RICHMOND KY Sell Your Hides lJ ANDBUYYOUR L Seed Potatoes athurmaris JJ4 Wc pay te Highest atdsellj t fOthOLOWSt Pree oit eaitL t TLxuiIooiky OOo j im KY4jf r It ffh c J Iaiir I T TrwJJ The Richmond Climax J cnENAUlT and EdltonA D flllER ProprltOIS C a WOODS AMioctato Editor WEDNESDAY MOIL 29 1P99 PUBLISHED EVERY WKDNKSDAT BY The Climax Printing Co PRICE PER YEAR 150 ANNOUNCEMENTFOR We are authorized to announce JOHn IL QIIENAULT of Madison county a candidate for the office of State Auditor subject to the action of the Democratic State Convention FOR BETBESESTATIVE We are authorized to announce M H WILL lAMS a candidate for the Legislature subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce W W COMDS a candidate to succeed himself in the next general assembly of the State of Ken tucky subject to the will of the Democratic party CALL FOR COUNTY CONVENTION Reeked That a District Convention shun be held in the Third Railroad District of Kentucky on Wednesday April 20 1890 fur the purpose of nominating a Democratic candidate for Railroad Commissioner in said district Said Convention will meet in the city of Winchestor at oclock pin Delegates io said ConventIon shall be chosen at County Mass Conventions to beheld at various county soats in the district at 2 oclock pm on Saturday April 15 18W That the basis of representation from each county to the District Con vention shall Lo one delegatefor every two hundred votes and each fraction over one hundred votes cast for the head of the Democratic electoral ticket at the Presidential election in 1899 That all known Democrats and oth ors who will pledge themselves to support the nominee of said District Convention shall bo entitled to participate in the County Conventions to select delegatesJ JI LASS1NG Chairman SOUTH THIMBLE Secretary Pursuant to the above call I request the Democrats of Madison county to meet in Mass Convention at the Court House in Richmond Ky at 2 oclock p ilL on Saturday April loth 1899 to appoint delegates to attend the District Convention to be hold at Winchester Ky April SBtli 1809 to nominate a Democratic candidate for Railroad Com missioner in IheThird Railroad District of Kentucky JOHN D CJlR ALT Chmn District Com Madison County Ky March 24th 188W ASK any hardware man in Richmond what the Republican trusts have done for his wares EVEN Mr Belmont must admit that hypocrisy finds no resting place in the mind of Win Jennings Bryan No matter what the price of farm pro dttcts the factory products have gout up twentyfive cents at a jump McKiNLKV might plead that he is ptaying usurious interest on the Alger contribution to the campaign fund of 1896 TAMMAXV is not the Democratic party but has always been a private club for grab It knifed Bryan in 6 and should repent before coming to the communion tablo think mommy men who beleive with Bryan A DISNER will be given in New York April 3 to sixtyfour bank Presidents who will represent tho largest aggregation of wealth that has ever been seen around the Ixiuqiiet tablo in the United States 1750000000 In wealth this is equal to that of the Kentucky Press Association Jessamine Journal THK Commissioner of Agriculture Hun Lucas Moore gives the price of wheat on March 1st for tho past three years as follows In 1897 Slcts in 1SHS OOute in 1809 GScts And yet the Republican press and Republican poll ticians will try to persuade farmers that they are the most prosperous lot of POPe in the whole countryNicho lasvillo Democrat CiFiBrawertCo LEXINGTON KY 7TRDAY Hif We opened 200 pairs of me dium priced Lace Curtains and put them on sale at prices that are certainly within ev ery bodjrs reach tNOT AN OLD PATTEN NOT A SHOPWORN PiEC- EFNOT A S1HLED PAIR AT 100 Six or eight styles full length daintyde signs good servicea bl Curtains AT 5150 Ten styles white and Ecrue 3i yards longextra width ATSL75 AT 225 AT250 The oiceStmost de sirable lotof Curtains ever shown in the city 50 pieces new Mull and Silka line from n to 15c e 10 pieces ranCy Gretone Stripes at 25c W e Wish lo Mm The Principles of This Store Satisfaction in every in stance Your money baqk if goods ara not as represented Polite careful attention whether you are buying or looking C1F1B rower CPJ MAIN AND BROADWAY KYvqu1r a1lIIIliiiI IT will be remembered tbatEagan declared that Miles lied in his throat lied in his head lied in his heart but Eagan will please note that Miles does not Ho awake at night because of the beef inquiry TUB McKinleyltes say Mr Bryan has not heard of the Increased wages of hundreds of thousands of American working men It will be time enough for Mr Bryan to bear of it when the workmen hear of it Cou W J BRYANS refusal to cole brato Jeffersons birthday at a banquet presided over By a McKinley Demo crat is making him terribly unpopular with those who voted against him in 1890 Fraukjln Favorite TilE CLIMAX gleans with pleasure the information from the Thomasville Ga specials that President McKInley ate heartily anti that he enjoys his drives Immensely This is In happy contradistinction to the soldiers who did not eat heartily of the rotten beef and who did not enjoy their rides in the cattle shipS TilE farmers of Ohio last year sold their crops for 50000000 while the Standard Oil Company sold tho products of the oil wells of the same state for more than three times that amount and yet the farmers of Ohio are satis fled they are the most properous peo plo in the state Oh how easily is time farmer gulled Nicholasvllle Democrat REPUBLICAN prosperity can be stated thusly Twenty manufactories combine and form one corporation Thousands of men lose their jobs thereby The wages of the few who have work to do are raised a few cents per day each The corporationa trusttbon pro ceeds to advance the price of what it has been manufacturing Result A few get higher wages but many have no work at any price The consumer pays for tho combintion Such is Republican Prosterity A OAKEFUI reading of the editorial pages of those papers which most severely denounced General Miles for his remarks concerning the army beef will reveal a wonderful change of tone and an evident attempt at apology General Miles did not assert that the beef had been embalmed but asserted that soldiers declaired that it tasted as flit had been embalmed But Miles did say tho beef was rot ton and the evidence sustains his as sertion lie denounced Engana ex periment Tho beef inquiry despite itself has sustained all of Miles charges and more TiiEsuit for a receiver for the Louis ville Dispatch terminated in a complete victory fur the Dispatch Judge Miller dismissing tho petition and ordering that the costs of the suit be paid by the plaintiffs lie also vacated time order of Stenographer Walker fining Mr Allen It Carter President of the Dispatch Company 5 for refusing to answer questions and fined the Stenographer and time attorneys for the disgruntled stockholders f5 each for contempt of court Time filing of the proceedings subsequent thereto have resulted in much good to the Dispatch and have been disastrous to the parties instigaf lug it TIlE United Stttes is paying more for the Philipines than it has ever thought necessary to expend in dollars and cents for any new territory ceded to this country by treaty or conquest In view of the fact that the Philippine islands are distant five weeks by water from San Francisco and the considera tion that all the land hitherto pur chased by treaty has been adjacent to or very near this country it is the nat ural conclusion that tho farther we go from home the more dollars we should pay for territory to annex to the union But dollars and cents should be no obstacle to the expansion business Never haul tho flag down I IN a letter on the subject o trusts Attorney General Griggs says that combinations organizing lo secure a monopoly of different brances of manufacture are not within the jurisdiction of the Federal Courts and that if amenable to any laws it is to those of the respective States The Attorney General says the danger from these large combinations now forming jn his opinion is not much to the community at large as it is to the persons who are in duced to put their money into the purchase of the stock This Is poor consolation at best to a taxridden trustladened tariffburden ed community Hox JAS D BLACKof Bnrbourville will positively not be a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Govorn or lie is thus quoted- In the first place there are a few gentlemen and good Democrats in this immediate end of the State who are and have been for sometime candidates for places on our next State ticket and looking at the matter from what I think fa a fair and reasonable standpoint it is 1 think safe to say the convention will not feel disposed to give to this section any moro than itg proportion of the candidates Inuakin up our ticket I fear that my candidacy might result in injury to till ospects of my neigh bors MK H E WOOLFOLK of the Danville Advocate President t f tho Ken tucky Prose Association has appointed the following six gentlemen of the Kentucky Press delegates to the next annual Convention of the National Editorial Association which will this year be held at Portland Oregon early In July Charles M Lewis of theSen tinel Mielbyville Harry Tandyof the News Paducah W Q Adams of the Inquirer Owensboro Louis Land ram of the Record Lancaster M P Con ley of the News Louisa and J R Collier of time Favorite Franklin Alternates J M Allen of the Demo crat Cyntbiana Clarence L Woods of the Climax Richmond C C Pare of the News Glasgow J J Glenn of the Hustler Madisonville John J Bosley of the Reporter Paris and Wallace McKay of the Tiger Shephertlaville Information concerning the meeting can be had by applying to J M Page the Secretary Jerseyvltle III or G J Roasor National CouTmitteemau from Kentucky Maysville The delegates from the South will rendezvous at Chicago and go from there to Portland in special trains Arrangements will be made for thoso who wish to take side trips to the Yellowstone Park Seattle Ahtska and other points of interest To President Woolfolk is hereby extended our grateful tuanks for the honor bestowed It was wholly unexpected hence tho more pleasiusr BELMONT CALLS FOR HARMONY NEW You March 2 1800 Oliver HP Belmontina published letter calls on the Domo tto liar inoalzetb ir tliteleJtte4iaH d fco ap Better Be Wise Than Rich Wise people are also rich when they snow a perfect remedy for all annoying diseases of tile blood kidneys liver and bowels It is Hoods Sarsaparilla which is perfect in its action It so regulates the entire sys tem as to bring vigorous health It never disappoints ColtreFor 42 years I had goitre or swellings on my neck which was discouraging and troublesome Rheumatism also amioyed me Hoods Sarsaparilla cured me completely and the swelling has entirely disappeard A lady In Michigan saw my previous testimonial and used HoodS and was entirely cured of the same trouble She thanked me for recommend lag It Mas ANNA SCTIIEIILAHD 406 Lovel Street Kalamazoo Mich Poor HealthHad poor health for years pains in shoulders back and hips with constant headache nervousness and no appetite Used Hoods Sarsaparilla gained strength and can work hard all day eat heartily and sleep well I took It because It helped my husband fall ELIZABETH J GirrzLs Moose Lake Minn Makes Weak StronI would give 5 n bottle for Hoods arsaparilia It I could not pet it for less It is the best spring medicine It makes the weak strong ALBERT A JAGSOW Douglastown N Y todi 8aiwa- FiverDisappoint Hoods Pill car liver 1111 the nonIrritating tmI7 cathartic to take with Hoods Sarsapartila the ranks for the battle of 1000 lIe saysSpeaking for myself I am a gold man but I will unhesitatingly support free sliver 16 to 1 should it be made the platform sentiment of the party in 1900 I will give my full support to any candidate whom the convention se lectsTime trusts form the giant evil in our affairs There is no time or room for details here But the monster combination of money called the trusts whose methods contemplate time bribery of Congresses and Legislatures and even the control of courts must be destroyed To this we should have an in come tax and an inheritance tax We should have public ownership of all these franchises which are now in the hands of the great railroads bridge and electrical companies and other combi nations of kindred sort Above all we should have the initiative and referen dum and so put within the actual powerof the people at the polls to propose or pass a law or if needs bo press to repeal a law in spite of any action by venal or corrupt Congresses or Legislatures PERSONAL Miss Helen Terrill is at home from Paris llr J T McClintock was In Cincin nati Monday Miss Lizzie Feeny visited her brother In Paris this week Mr J C Lyter is back from a busi ness trip to Memphis Miss Julia Iliggins is visiting Miss Susan McRoberU at Danville Miss Mary Belle Miller was the guest of Mrs Elizabeth Miller last week Mr Stanton B Hume is in Chicago but will probably return tomorrow Mr and Mrs Richard J McKee spent Saturday and Sunday in Lexing tonMiss Ethel Heacox of Lexington is visiting her sister Mrs Elmer D ather age Miss Florence Myers has returned to Stanford after a visit to Miss Minva PhelpsMr anti Mrs Hugh Barker and son visited Mr and Mrs Clifton Shi let Sunday aW C Griggs left last week for Bloomington Ill where he will engage in farming Mr and Mrs W T Richardson of Junction City spent Sunday with parents in this city Mr James r Shackelford of Col lector Yerkes office spent Sunday with his family here Mr George Brewerexprinterof this city has returned homo after another trip around the world A very welcome visitor is Miss Mary Mathews of Ashland the guest of Mr and Mrs G C Corzelius Mr Bat Galvin has returned from a visit to Paris and Lexington looking much improved by his vacation Miss Alice Patton and Mamie Fletch er after a visit to Mrs R W Miller returned on Friday to Huntsville Ala Mr Louis McDonald of Lexington and Miss Nell Snrcy of Chilesburg visited Miss Mattie Shiflled last week Miss Annie Frazeo returned home Saturday after a delightful visit of three months to relatives in Natchez MissMrs Owen McKee left Saturday for Lexington to attend the bedside of her brother Mr Harry Owens who is dan gerously ill Miss Temple Oldhams millinery opening occurs tomorrow Friday and Saturday It will be the event of the season in that line Mr Joe A Myers formerly of this city now with time Busy Bee Cash Store of Georgetown spent Monday with his parents here Miss Mattie Griggs visited friends in Richmond SundayMlss Mary 11 Miller visited relatives in Richmond Saturday Winchester Democrat Mrs S E Scott and two daughters of Richmond arrived in London Mon day evening to attend time marriage of her brother Mr Tilford JonesLondon Echo Mr and Mrs Silas Tudor spent last Thursday and Friday in Jessamine county visiting the formers father Mr V K Tudor Who lain declining health Hon J B McCreary is at home from a pleasant visit to his son llr RHt McCreary of Chicago The Governor wife will remain in Chicago for a long er visit Miss KatharIne Blantion returning from a visit to time South stopped on her way homo Wednesday and Is the guest of Mrs JHal Grimes Harrods burg Sayings Mr Vernon Wilherspoon lisa gIven up his position as assistant librarian at the Polytechnic and is with theFMelity Trust Company HIs place is filled by Mr Skinner Louisville Post Her Dr Robert L Breck ex President of Central University and brother of Hon CliM H Breck was here from San Luis Obispo Cal time guest of Dr and Mrs C S Holton last week Xm Elizabeth Logan has rettm u from a visit to Miss Florrie Bright in Richmond Several delightful enter tainments were given In her honor during her stay in that hospitable city Shelby News lIon C B mil of Clark county a leading candidate for Secretary of State subject to the actionof the Democratic party was here making many friends on Saturday The mal4iagoof Mr John Macklin Stave 80n of Geprgetownj and Miss Ltnna Holly Witherspoon eldest daughter of Mr N Holly Witherspoon of Winchester is announced to take place April 18 Hows Goose Egg getting along at Hendersonvijle N C was naked Letcher Owsley the other day Willie Is doing nicely and we think he isgain ing roundHewants to get back to Kentucky though replied Letch Lancaster Record Mrs W K Denny and daughter Miss Willie May Denny of Upper Gar rard are with Mrs A H Severance Mr Wr Richardson and wife of Junction City were here Saturday on their way to Richmond to visit friends Stanford Journal Time new steamship M A Hanna was successsully launched at time Cleve land ship yards Saturday Miss Fanny Hanna daughter of L C Ilnnna Presi dent of time Globe Company and niece of Mr J Stone Walker this city chris tened the now vessel Miss Lottie Maydwolireturned lost Thursday from a visit to Richmond and Lancaster Education here is well cared for by Profs Wm Jackson James Sanders J R Riggs and Mrs H R Turner of the Campbollsvllle High School Campbellsville TimesJour nal Mr W R Shaokelford attended the burial of Sidney J Johnson at little Rock Ark and thereby gave expression not only to his own friendship for tho deceased hut Inn measure showed the lofty esteem of many citizensofthis place for their lamented companion and friend Dan Chenault and wifeof Richmond were in the city Saturday enroute to visit the latters father Davis Reid of Mt SterlingMr and Mrs H W McKInney went to Richmond Saturday Mr McKihney returned Monday but Mrs McKinney remained there to spend several days with relatives and friends Winchester Sun It was a pleasure to one and all to welcome Mr J Cooper Hughes lust week He is with a large Philadelphia drug house and lisa not isled this old home in nearly ten years Ho has not changed a particle and the legion of friends who so regretfully parted from him years ago fairly overwhelmed him with demonstrations of delight at seeing him again Mrs Jas S Winn who has been ill since last September and often dangerously so was out to dinner at the Reese House Thursday Her appearance at the hotel in her accustomed place after her long illness was a de thehoarderswill boglad to know she is able to be goodhealtbWincbester Mr Clarence E Woods of time CLI MAX has been appointed by President Woolfolk of the Kentucky Press As sociation one of six alternate delegates to the meeting of the National Editor al Association which convenes in July at Portland Oregon Free passes on special trains are given to the delegates who will also be privileged to visit Yellowstone Park Seattle and Alaska Last year when the Association met In Denver Mr Woods was one of the Kentucky delegates appointed by Presi dent Loving W Gaines of Elkton Ky Miss Willie K Rocker of Arkansas is visiting her cousins Mrs Will II Miller and Mrs John Doty She is the talented and accomplished daught er of Capt W K Hocker formerly a most popular and influential citizen of this county Sue has been since the first of January assisting Gov Eagle in his vigils at tho bedside of Mrs Eagle who has been seriously ill in Cincinnati Mrs Eagle is much im proved and Miss Hocker will visit relatives and friends in this county and Lincoln before returning to her home in Pine Bluff Arkansas Miss Hocker will be most cordially welcomed back to her childhood home by many devot ed friends of the charming fatuity that she represents RELIGIOUS Time pastor wjll continue the reading of What Would Jesus Do at the Christian church during time coming week on Tuesday and Friday evenings at 7 oclock Pt m All are cordially in vited Harrodsburg Democrat Rev JK Smith will resume his lectures on the Presbyterian Confess- Ion of Faith at 730 Wednesday evening The storm of last Wednesday caused a small attendance but fortunately the lecture had been postponed anyhow Rev J R Boatman the new pastor of the Christian church preached Sunday morning and evening to a good congregation Mr Boatman has been engaged to preach regularly hero every other Sunday Mr Boatman is a young man of unusual ability and the members are well pleased with him Middlesboro Record EevTDr Fred Hale the Baptist min- Ister of Owensboro according to the Messenger visited several saloons In that city sail handed around cards an nouncing his sermons for time next few Sundays Dr Hales wife Is an own cousin of the McCord boys at Central University She was before hcr Crst marriage the beautilul Miss Minnie Phillips of Lebanon whose father Mr H B Phillips is4 now one of the wealthiest citizens of Owonsboro Mr Hale is a leading minister of tIme Baptist church MARRID Thursdaylast Awarded Highest Honors Worlds Fair li liBAKlNfi POWDER MOST PERFECT MADE A pure Cream of Tartar Powder Frei fr rn Ammonia Alum or any other adulteant 40 YEARS THE STAJWAJtt George n Broadens and Miss Mattfe McColluin oldest daughter of Mrs Sa rah McColluin drove to Lexington and wore married They were accom panied liy Mr Urawner Hiiiks and Miss Maggie McCollum sister of the bride Mr Broaddus is bookkeeper- and collector for Mr L R Blauton time coal merchant and is a wellliked and deserving youiigentleman His bride was for several years a popular clerk in Mr E V Elders store and is highly esteemed Mny Io g lifejnulhappU ness attend them is the wish of their many friends LOCAL Big Show Coming Tho Old Kentucky Pickaninnies con solidated with the original Georgia Minstrel making the biggest and best minstrel organization now before the public will appear hero Thursday March 30th in a monster laughing festival an entertainment different from any other a program teeming with novel and original Ideastwenty juvenile sable performers twelve funny corn medians twelve seat singers twenty lonr skilled musicians twelve song and dance artists forty famous performers mao women and children See the big spectacular first part the Dark Town Circus Pickaninnies liv jug pictures t hot stuff oako walk two hours of hilarity in gracious plciiM tudo If you miss it you will regret it Watch for time big new parade a tre mendous free street carnival Two bands of music bannered armored and sumptuously clad an army of Pickan innies in positively tho greatest street display ever conceived starting from Depot at 130 p in- Secure seats at Stockton Ilagans DrugStore Y cr MAT COIIEX Ifjie above is a disgracefully bail pie Lure John Wagers son Mat who gOo lo New York next week with thirty highclass Kentucky saddle and harness boras to bo sold publi ly at the American Horse Exchange 50th street and Broadway on Moridy evening April 10 Mr Cohen is certain of having great success as lie has time horses and will back up nil his claims such a manner as to ensure confidence in thn animals he will put on sale Richmond lo Have a Zoo Mr Harvey Nell son of our leading produce merchant MrJ H Keff is making a selection of animals and curious freaks of nature with the pur pose in view of opening on a small scale a Zoological Garden for Richmond Young Mr Neff has already several curiosities that would entertain and delight those who have not already in spected them for hours Last week he received from Red Lick mountains one qf the largest cata mounts ever on exhibition in Richmond It is a fierce and dangerous looking animal Those of our citizens who would like to see this cat had better call at oncefrom time fact that in a short time it will cost some thing to look at it Harvey has also one of tho oldest horses known Mr Goins its former owner says Bob that is the horse name was foaled in 1865 Time best wishes of TIlE CLIMAX is extended to our interesting young friend in his new venture and may he become as great a curio collector as Barnnui Down The Mississippi in a Skiff Mr J C Lyter is at home from a southern trip in time interest of Dr W G Whites patent medicines which have a large sale in this and other southern states Mr Lytor te1iof his 220milo journey down tho booming Mississippi last week in an 18foot skill There was ono other passenger in the frail craft besides the oarsman Time thor is miles wide in places and swift from the hugh waters They stopped at every landing where there was a stre smut spent the nights onshore In tho daytime all through the rainy weather the men sat in trio open boat onlv protected by gum coats or umbrellas In order to appreciate the full meaning attached to such a perilous voyage one has only to remember that the mad waters of the Missippi arc at places so wide that laud is invisible in many plances whilst the current was swift and the winds were high so that the little boat bounced like a cork en every wave In answer ton question Mr Lyter responded that although ho was 10 days making the journey of 220 miles including time stops lie enjoyed the adventure Mr Lyter is rather lain in takinjf water in such large doses SlOOKewardSlOO The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all its stages and that is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure is tile only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional disease requires a con stitutional treatment Hulls Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting direct ly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system thereby destroying the foundation of the disease and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in do ing Its work The proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers that they offer Ono Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails to cure Send fQr list of Testimonials Address FJ CjiENEY CO Toledo Ohio Sold by Druggist 75 cents HaWs Family Pills are tho best 1m Miller Ward To Kerp The Horses of HonJOII SaUcy of Texas Col Cra dock says in his Saturday issue lion Joe Bailey the notedTexas Congressman was a visitor to Lexington during the meeting of the Demo cratic State Committees and dined with the committees In the evening ho came down on our rain stopped over night at time Windsor and next morn ing drove out to Miller Wards ftnd Doug Thomas and returned to Lexing Afjwejoyed looking at historical spots and the fine country generally ITo said I have two children both sans antI time youngest lisa such disposition to be a horse racer I prefer to have my horses taken care of here in Kentucky I made proppsitioE at Lexington to have mYhorses taken care of sear there and if itIsnot accepted T shall bring thorn to Miller VOuwlV7 Henry teed at tIit- JOJi Li iIftitLo WE HAVE FtENTY SF CAL And can fill orders promptly Our Pine Knot and Straight Creek Coals can not fee ex celled We alst handle Hay Corn etc Tele plwne 21 near B N I B Depot Yeras Cash NEFFJtfLLIONi Richmond Gun Club Organized The Madison County Gun Club is now an actuality having been organized on Saturday with Messrs Harvey Chen null mid R Edgar Tarley President and Vice President respectively Nearly forty members have already enrolled Tho recent pigeon shoots have been enjoyable to time members that time pros pect of a long series of shoots is very fine There are many very flume marks men in the county Next Monday will bo April County Court day Cull around and see u- sCORW3SPONDENCE RED HOUSE Preaching at Republican Church next Sunday by Elder Edwards Mr Everett Green who was accident ly shot last week Js improving rapidly Jirs Jake S Shearer of this place is visiting her sister Mrs Stafford of LouisvilleThere bo a Sunday School organ- Ized at lit Pleasant Church on Sunday next at 1 oclock The Childrens Mission Baud of Mt Pleasant Church will on Sunday next at 3 oclock give an entertainment Everybody invited to attend Isaac Woo hun 8ged twentyfive years died at the home of Dave Owens on Wednesday night March 22 1899 He was a staunch Democrat and good Christian He leaves a host of friends who mourn his loss for 7 74 7 it il FYou tell your folks that when need in or + to stop until they get to the D B CO + are 7 1And the Stock for the trade that came to have m and think they know wants are to you in the line for less than can 71Now when not S just your hand on your g foot your eye for 7 Jt I 71 Lexington depot met us and wanted to rent to Mr Bailey but was too late Mr Bailey was to read in paper that the Texas Legisla ture had endorsed his in objecting to also acting as mill tary officers Mr Bailey left for Buf ale to make an address last night He to please excuse him but they would not Mr Bailey made for Mr Ward to keep his stallion Electric Boll and about 25 mares Electric Bell is by Electioneer and out of Beautiful Belles dam of Chimes siroof damof eight In the 230 lidI John Morgans Champion Forager Mr Danial to Madison county has revived in the minds of time confederates that followed Morgan through is known zjs his Ohio raidratimer an interesting incident of that was the duty of Mr Mitchell with others detailed from the various in to forage and bring provisions for the rapidly moving army It was that Mr Mitchell in more provis ions than any of the other foragers and the reason for his good luck in gather ing the provisions naturally created favorable and inquiry was made of him how he happened to gather in so much Mr Mitchell explained his good for tuneas follows When my broko down was compelled to get another by the Yankees so as mat ter of was forced to press into service the only animal cold find which was mare with colt desired to get rid of the colt anti traded It In good faith for provisions But the colt bounded out of all Ins new as often as traded hiui and then learned that ho could almost jump the moon and had become attached to army as well as tolls dam Since my first swap traded the colt for at least thasand dollars worth of provis ions and there be stands ready Slid in good shape for more service Arkansas Mourned The Death of Sidney Johnson The CLIMAX is indebted to Rev Dr Neauder M Woods of Memphis for copy of the Memphis from which we clip this notice of the at Sidney burial at Little Rock on Sunday March 19 i The remains of Sidney J Johnson were laid to rest in the Mount Holly this in the presence of fully 6000 persons all grades and of life The funeral waartbo largest in Little Rock for twenty years The First church whero the ser vices were by Rev Samuel G Miller the pastor couldnot accomo date half of the It is that 5000 people failed to gain entrance to the church Floral of the most designs literally coy ered pulpit and The to the grave blocks long Among the Memphis relative who attended the funeral were Mr mind Mrs FM Norfleot father and mother of Mrs Sidney Johnson Mr and Mrs C well Jordan Gov and all other State coaaty anti city lat ter ia body followed the to Mount Helly efl etry Mr JphaOHi ih ta eewwJdered by all paljlJc km jtwi LUtto Itok dllaeas ahowwl Uwk i a 7I7I7IMMffiF7I M7I 7I 7f i Areyou married +M ++ t++++++++ t++ + I I mean to any particular house if so get a divorce buy where you can get the GOODS for the LEAST Come to my store convince yourself of the wonderful in Wraps j Dress Goods Underwear Wool Hosiery Comforts A and Notions of all kinds r i JiiiI LONTtp 0That our line of Boots and Shoes are the most complete and best Q city I also carry a good line of Clothing and Overalls My 7 stock of goods is to numerous too mention so will quote only a prices 71 that are now them go my I can money Main and 1st Sts 71 71 7r 7F ij 7 i+ C M to in of the not Old House of They v 1 Most ever They had they the They sell money you get the goods are Co keep rabbit 1 71 F F 71 J I 71 17J gratified morning course Fantasy return what memorable journey- It companies Morgans command noticeable brought comment horse I horse orebe captured a I I a a yearling I enclosures I I the I a a remarkable Johnsons beautiful afternoon walks witnessed conducted crowd estimated offering the grave procession wafiftecn J Ho Jones a remains J a f t and BEST and Mens the few r + 4 a i of his many good qualities by honoring him as no other younf man was ever honored in this State Mr Tom Moberley who returned home from Hot Springs last week says that on the day he for Arkansas Mr Johnsons Injury occurred Febru ary 8 and that his burial took place on the day he for Kentucky Had he not been misinformed as to the funeral Mr Moberley would have stop ped over at Little Rock Great Start For The above cut is a lifelike picture of 44 which our wide and energetic townsman J W Bales is bringing to Madison county Lynn Boyd No 44 was sired by Tom Boyd 90 he by Cabells Lexington Foundation Stock he by Gists Black llawk he by Bloods Black Hawk he by Vermont Black Hawk he by Sher mans Morgan be by Justice Morgan Boyds 1st dam by John Waxy 100 ho by Van Meters Waxy F S he by Berth une thor 2d dam by Imp Leviathan thor etc See cards Lynn Boyd will make the present season t20 to insure It is unnecessary to state that Mr Bales who is a of his business and who the demands of Madi son county well as time kind ot markets de mand is striving to keep Madison in the front rank believing that her pee pie demandand are worthy of the best copy a stock journal the fol lowing There never was a time in history when the combined horse was more in demand or scarcer Saddlers won more in showings and sold for history viz Lon Chief selling for 2500 reIU8in 2000 for Emily and Sl 500 for Dorothy all mares Rox Me at public auction Cupid threeyear number of others t 000 to 1000 CEALED proposals win be received at this ice miscellaneous towels Fertffcriyle sew arm serrfi wtciloewit all attach merits war I nztted lojears If- vm machine Unotsat money 3e I I reiwith order De tcriptive jeireidar T fiL1dlesLadies Vests 15c and up Ladies Allwool Hose lOc Spool Cotton Ic and up 100Yard Spool Silk 12 Yards Lace 5c Handkerchiefs Ic and up Soap 5c a box and up Brown Cotton 3c per yard 200 a suit and up Overcoats 250 and up 1Always watch advertisement save you tOOS V3 F 5 s OOWEN McKEE O Cor Richmond Ky 71 7ij M7fM M7I7fi M7I7IM 7I7 anything Hardware Tinware Stove line Reliable SHACKELFORD + now buyingfor OASareceiving Largest and Complete Spring Richmond lifetime experience business peoples prepared anything hardware same anywhere you with + and peeled hoodoos D B SHACKELFORD Co 7ftt7I Congressmen telegraphed them arrangements Mitchells selfpreservation AppealAvalanche demonstration representing Presbyterian magnificent NorfleetMrJLndMn officerSjlho t MONEY reduction Blankets 4fl making trading appreciation started started Madison Lynn Boyd awake Lynn judge knows ierlectiyas from have money pqsttwo sellingfortworoarold1GOOIIRdrcfusm 2000Niclmola MoadayAprimsupplies washlug thisbulldag bedeme4Department Ufactoryirfjoday StBdcwk oaupplation I8M 1II Perfume Clothing D- taSkt Advance Advertisement iWWATCH THIS EVERY WEEKNext week ISTXadies Meecedlined Hose worth 20cts for Wets 12 yds Torshon Lace for 4c Bargains this week in table linen napkins and counter panes The Maine Commission Co Dry Goods Notions and other articles Re member the name when in doubt THOS MEIGHEN Manager Con MAIN AND OKEAPSIDE nov23ly BICHMOND KY OTooT SsoT 5a LightEraimmaI bought a few weeks ago are from the pen that prize at New Albany and Louisville Poultry Shows last year Can also furnish Thoroughbred Mammoth Pekin Duck Eggs at llbs1OrdersHarry S Morgan mchl5 U White Station Ky rrriimsw i and Whiskey Fablti Ii ii I fI1 cured at huue with Ii Lt1 out pnln hook of par COIPublic aoQ- r LAND AND r R Qtfl In pursuance of an order of the Madison County Court entered at Its March term 1m the undersigned State Bank Trust Company of Richmond Kentucky will as assignee of John Powers sell publicly upon the premises in Madison county Ky o- nWcy Apr1lL 9- EeglnnlngatlOoclock a m to the highest and best bidder the following property viz A certain tract of land located on the waters of Silver Creek and on the Silver Creek and Menelaus Turnpike containing 133 acres more erIe Said terra is One of the moat desirably located farms In Madison count being on a Turnpike and IJi miles from Silver Creek Station on the L N no Ro It hll a dwelihi house and all necessary outbuildings thereon in good repair The land Is fertile and productive and Is well watered and in most excellent condi tion At the same time and place the following per sonal property will also be sold A lot of fann ing implements tools and machinery three aged mules one 2yearold mare mule ore yearling horse mule seven head pf horses twoycarllngbullrthrceyearlingiteers corn TISXMSTho personal property will be sold upon a credit of sixty all sums of requiredtJinterest from date of sale all sums lest than J11500 to be paid for in cash LAND The land will be sold a credit of six and twelve months to bear the day of sale and the iutele1ltfromI to give bond with approved the purchase money a have the force and effect of a Judgment 0 In pursuance of an order of the Madison Court entered at its March term 1895 saigeeJthe foregoing sale sell publicly to the hlfhsirt and best bidder the following real JJPowers KIgatythrec acres of laad located OB the waters of Silver Creek ia Madlsoa JC kIgtythreeand oe of the beet piece of land In Madl60a- eouJltr Xy The tenas of tale aw time wu e M rqmre4 i Hn sale of the property of Jea Pewex as- above st forth STATE UMlmsteA = =ef HhM IackiSIw i lcc E H CTr f with TeRetnl Ie PSYCURED Hareenril uJQuviB thousand cnrs tendaysv frDLNotice to Creditors All those having claims against the estate ot Columbus Perkins decd will please lilt same with the undersigned properly verified on or before the 25th day of May 18M or same will be barred B B MILLION Admr roch8lw With the will annexed TAXESThis will be your last notice for 1898 taxes All taxes due from real estate will be ad pril3rddue on personalty will be levied on at any time and all poll tax not paid at once will be garnisheed wherever it will be possible to do so You elected me to collect your tax and that I am sure to do Respt H H COLYER mchS4wI Sheriff Notice to Creditors ofJosephproperly verified at once to BB MinLIONAdnir mchS4w Withthewillannsxed IS ROTH HEALTHFUL AND PLEASURABLE and you can also say extreme ly comfortable when you are driving in oneT of our easy land handsome Buggies and PJuetons Our stock of fine carriages is unsurpassed for beauty style durability and general superiority and we ire selling them at prices that will Lpl1SOU quality eon J RN 1NLSO a p 11 1T i iii riTI 6ENTS trUptoDate j JThe Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY MCH 29 1899 Dr Hobson Dentist The best smoker the Proctor Knott cigarT B Taylor has returned to Waco about recovered from an operation for appendicitis Dr J W Harris on Friday amputated Wyatt mils foot which was badly frozen some time ago Acting Judge Turpin appointed J 11 Hubbard Constable in the Ellfston distiict vice It H Jones deceased The old Kentucky Pickaninnies at the Opera House Thursday night Dont miss the street parade at 130 p In Of off Morgan of Whites Station has a pen of scored Clack LangshaiiR he will sell a few settings of eggs at I for fifteen C C Burton of Jessamine has had a second stroke of paralysis lie is Mrs H R Pickets mother and is quite old Mrs Ji P Todds Millinery Open ing Thursday and Friday You will see some beautiful things in spring hats if you attend Those wishing portraits made by the Walters Party will do well to plato their orders this week as tho following week may be too Inte Little Charlie Duerson of near Kirksvillo is suffering with an injured eye caused by a blow from a cornstalk in the hands of a playmate The Schubert Symphony Club and Lady Quartett will give their musical entertainment at Masonic Temple in stead of the Court House AprilS The Singer Sewing Machine Office has removed to Schlegol photagraph gallery on Main street mar224t J W COM Supervisor J B Cornelison administrator of It I Cornelison deceased sold Jas Sturdovant the house and 4 acres of land on the Big Hill piko near town for 1860 A nice addition to the residence of Mr Willis Hisle on the Jug Hill pike near Col Ctipeitond is being con structed by Douglas t Turpin con tractors nod builders Mr J W Bales bought of Mrs Ktmna Fife her house and loton Aspin Avenue price 1500 Mrs Fife gives pos eesion April 15 1899 by which tiuio she expects to have contract let for a nice cottage on her fane on Barnes Mill pike Good price fur wheat says the Republican Lviiisviilu Commercial Jerry C Ciddwell of Louisville has sold to Anderson Spillman the Danville millers his crowing crop of 700 acres of wheat at cents a budiel This is prubablj tho largest Individual crop in the State and Its sale the first important transaction of the year The esteemed Lebanon Facon con sumes twocolnmnsin a masterly defense of the City Pound Incidentally it gets off some good nd vice nnd sound sense which nonresidents can read with pro tit viz The duty of a paper to advocate correct principles is paramount any debt of gratiludn it may owe It is wrong for any individual or and especially for a newspaper to create local or class prejudice oven when grounds for it may exist Tile people of the town and county are one people bound together by the closest ties of mutual interest and of dependence one upon the other The citizens of Lebanon are proiul of the yeomanry of the couulyjire anxious on all occassions to show their respect and good feeling toward the farming class and acknowledge their dependence upon those sturdy producers At tho same time the people of the country should and do have a laudable pride in their county scat the handsomest most progressive little city in this portion of the State their metropolis their market their seat of justice in whose ad vancement they have the liveliest interest City and country aro mutually dependent he who would incite strife between thom is certainly a friend of neither or of any thing except his own selfishends Thus from a discussion of the roving zorbnck hog and the lawndestroying cow are evolved mottoes that should adorn the walls pf every homo and sanctum in the land In the presence of such wisdom the hated hog and the cussed cow descend to the sublimity of insignificance Waztc1 A hustler to sell an article offering good profit A specialty for whicl there is a steady and increasing dc maud No samples required Good situation for right party Only those moaning business need apply Address Manufacturer Cleveland Ohio feb5Ct Grocery Closed Gus Margoleno grocery was closed Saturday by the Sheriff on nn attach ment sworn out by his mother Mrs storeIa loss on account of extremely low prices Gus was a clover fellow and seemed anxious to give BatlBfaclion regardless of profit or loss and while he appeared to have a good tftlo his ex penses were about consuming his prof- itsLi a t t n I WE ARE NOW READY TO SHOW fYOU THE LARGEST AND MOST COMPLE1E LINE OF ISPRINB SHOES4 HATS AND MEN S FURNISHINGS to bo found in Richmond All the new nil choicetI RICE ARNOLDSuccessors to WALLACE RICE n Proctor Knott Cigar Those wishing portraits rondo by the Walters Paity will do well to place their orders this week as the following week may be too late LOST A heavy plain gold ring Return to this office and get liberal reward Wanted Situation Bynn old gardner and milker Small wages to right man Address care A D Miller at this office inarl5tf For Rent 125 acres of extra good groan land located about one mile east Richmond on fourmile road Well watered and fenced Jon CiiKNAirLT marloSt Richmond Ky Surplus Stock Apple trees at your own price received at our Nurseries for tile next 45 days nOd other stock at reduced rates P F ADAMS SON mar84t Waco Ky Odd Fellows Celebration Members of the Madison Lodge of Odd Fellows in Richmond will give an annual celebration April 2G Col Goshell 01 Leitchfield and the Roy T S Hubert will deliver the addresses Barred Plymouth Rock Twenty years a breeder of this one variety stock better than ever before Roosters from E B Thompson New York Eggs 16 to 1 setting S100 Mns II F ABHUOKLE Silver Creek Madison Co Ky iu83m Caught The Culprit John Williams cobof near Versailles who on January court stole a horse belonging to Charles H Todd colof Richmond was caught in Lox ington on last Thursday by Constable Bert Dozier of Madison and landed in jail the Democratic party I believe harmonizing political differences a- in my opinion no party advantage is communiolthe Republican allies who masquerad asDcmocrats between campaigns i CfCUI tC oun I1Circuit Court begins next Monday with the following docket 17 ordinary 32 equity 31 old ordinary 200 old equity 35 divorce and 4 forfeitures The trial of Alex Pence for killing Jas Smith is one of the most important to come up at this term- Millinery Opening- I wish to call the attention of Ihe pub lie to my Millinery Opening which will take place on Thursday Friday and Saturday March 30 31 April 1st Miss Cramer tIle accomplished Trimmer is with us again this season Miss TEMPLE OLDHAM Winchester Court J A Ramsey auctioneer reports about 400 cattle on the market Good 700lb steers brought 5 cents several lots of COOlb heifers brought 4f cents one lot of steer calves 5 cents 1 lot of steer calves 20j twenty 450lb heifers S fi one 1100lb bull 40 These are considered the best prices realized here fur several years About all offerings sold Demand For Saddle Horses Gay Bros atPisgah this county sold eight head ofyearling horses all sad dle bred at 250 each to Virginia par ties These yearlings were just picked out of the field and the sale shows a very healthy condition of the saddle horse breeding industry The fact is that there is fir more demand for high class saddle horses of size and finish than the supply can meet Blue Cras flipper Some Droll Moments Americas brightest wits have con tributed their drolleties to tho success of the Schubert Lady Quartette Co of Chicago which appears at tile Masonic Temple on Monday April 3 and our readers will have many a hearty laugh between the musical numbers of their program Reserved seat 76e general admission 50e students and children 35c Tickets on sale at Perry Thomas drug store Will Wear Uniforms An exchange says it is reported that lostmasters of the United States will be required by the department to wear a uniform hereafter consisting of light blue trousers with red braid down tho legs a white blouse with gold shoulder straps and n skull cap witTi nsllverstar ill front If this be true Josiaji Willis will look as cute as a mule when ho gets rigged out in lila now uniform A Numismatist in Our Midst Mr T M Bigger has In his possere Ion several coins that are quito old In Lila collection he hiss three half dol lars two hearing the date of 1811 which seem to be genuine the third 1825 which seems to be counterfeit There are thee ten cent pieces hearing the dates 1820 1821 1829 respectively On the opposite side to the date is in scribed IOn There are also two onecent pieces which are as largo as a modern half dollar mid have the dates 1831 1850 In the collection is a haltdime 1S11 a ofie cent piece 1858 on which is an eagle jostead of an Indians head a very old Spanish coin whose date can not be distinguished aid many other colas fif various dates Central Uni versity sews r iVi tWE HAVE PLENTY OF COAL And can fill orders i 1 ekiECoals o phone 21 near B Depot Termse e 6 Strictly Cashm Those wishing portraits made by the Walters Party will do well to place their orders this week as the following week may be too late Easter Service There will bo special service at the Catholic church this city Easter Sun day beginning at 1030 am Father Ryan will be celebrant The music under the direction of W A Thomas the organist will be a special fealuio The following program will be carried out in full Marche rontificalo Gounod ICyrI EletsonBecthovenGl- oria in Excelcis DcMlllardCredoMillardOffertory Solo by Miss Elite Murray Sanctns Mozart Bencdlctus Millard Agnus DelGounodT-he following will take part Miss Kate Murray Miss Ellie Murray j Sopranos Mrs William Irvine AltosMrs Eugene Buchignani Mr W A ThomasTenorM- rT D Murray Banjo SignorflAnnaOrganlEtv Miss Ellie Murray whoso voice de lighted so many of our Richmond pee po last year will be the soloist The public is cordially invited and there rill be plenty of seats That Wise Old Clly Montgomery Ala was delighted with thu performance of the Schubert Sym bhony Club and Lady Quartette on I bruary 10 97 and from the collec tion of testimonials from the most ex cellent of people we clip tluo following from that sterling gonllemaii and scholar Rev Dr W Dudley Powers Rector of SI Johns Chapel Your entertainment was very satisfactory to all who saw it and has received warm compliments from all to whom I have spoken I regard it as a reflued ni tistic and pleasant entertainment To mo your company gave exceptional pleasure and 1 shall always be glad to give any words of commendation that may bo of service to you The best people are always the best pleated with the Suuberts Your last chance to hear them here is at the Masonic Tem pie Monday evening April 3 Ue served seats 75c general admission 50c students d children Soc Tickets on sale at Perry Thomas drug store Handsome Offices The State Bank and Trust Cos buld lug In luxurious throughout Up stairs are three olllce suites occupied by Dr J V7 Harri Jr W W Isurgin and Attorney A Sullivan Tho latter has the double ollluo at Ihehead of the stairs 1tis fbtiisiedikq all the otherein oak carpeted with Azminster papered a terra cotta Dr Biirgins offices adjoin in front and are papered in blue and brown respectively and handsomely carpeted and furnished In the rear the two offices of Dr Harris are most beautifully papered ill old rose and strawberry velvet and carpeted in Mpqucl The stairway and halls are done in orange and oak with splendid skylights An elegant toilet is attached to the hall The offices have been greatly aJmired We found Dr Harris in and enjoyed his luxurious apartments radiant in southern sun and soft tints from walls and carpets The Dr is naturally unable to suppress hispriilo over iiis attractive surround ings and we participate in tho verdict that he has probably as handsome apartments as any physician in the Stute May Save His Friends Life On Saturday Mr Clarence Eo Woods was notified that a college friend of his was in prison in Ganleuinla and sent enced to be shot for a political crime probably for engaging in a lllllbusler ing expedition I1onW Godfrey Hunter US Minister to Honduras and Gautemala happens to be in Kentucky onn visit and Mr Woods at once went to Louisville to inttrcst hini in tho case Ale carried strong letters from lions Jas l5McCrenry Jas W Caperton and Curtis q1 Burnam and aiinister Hunter at once cabled the Consul to request the President of the Kepubluflo stay the execution of the young American pending investigation Mr Woods says that Mr Hunter was extremely kind and that everything possible will bo done to save the young mana life The gunboat ilaohias was dispatched to Livingstonf Gautemala to investigate his detention and on Sunday next Dr hunter expects id vLiit the prisoner in the stockades The young man Is Churchill II Gathreya St Louis lawyer a native of Marshall Mo and belongs to this Sigm1 Nu Fialerniiy of whfh Mr Woods is an ofHcor Dr Hunter sent to Gov McCreary Go Caperton and Mr Burn tlJi ex pressjnns of his friendship and esteem and to them also Mr WooJs is much indobl ij for their instant responses li iiiBarjpeal for their iuiliiential assis- taflcOi1ify4g the life of hbjfri6 d J fl i lc WE ARE SOLE AGENTS FOR THE BOYS AND MISSES BLACK CAT LEATHER STOCKINGS OUR SPRING GRHTING 99I To our many customers of the past season we patronageTotial waya way that is certain to inte est all who want to save moneywe offer for SPRING AND SUMMER THE STRONGEST MOST DEPENDABLE AND FASHIONABLELINE OF MENS AND BOYS CLOTHING that has ever been seen in this city and at much lower prices than elsewhere You do not have to be an expert to trade at this store judgmentbackAnother great feature that makes choosing eas assortplentOur stand ready to substantiate them with the solid merit of our clothing which is the only true basis on which to do business That we are entitled to your patronage we can easily prove if you will pay our store a visit An inspection is all we ask Our highgrade qualities and low prices do the convincing CQVINQTON MITCHELL A black eyo indicates a revengeful nature on the part of the other fellow Have you a cough A dose of Coas sens Honey of Tar will relieve it byPerry l l Bitter words often result Irom biting- a persimmon before It is ripe bylldbdanerves tones the stomach and cures all dyspeptic symptoms It IOLYAFE rnu L1JUILH t OneFourth Off Clearing Sale If I will last r By the fbie1ck jf you want the f8Jbencfit of the OneFourth 0FFOn aU Goods such as 4lerwealp ekhIrJ4HIeIU i1 1ILULa- I The Clothier Tbe SUer tile tatter The fttriiDer o 4 c 1 L r xl TilE Busy Bee Cash Stores Bargains Shrivel up Competiton Their SPRING ANNOUNCEMENTS meet the coolest shrewd est buyers Everyone is warmed with enthusiasm HOT BARGAINS keep our de livery wagons smoking THE BUSY BEE CASH STORES BARGAINS never dis appoint They are always better than expectation See the tempting list below IcyardrobarcoGood yardwide Brown Cotton 3c yard yardJOGood Bed Ticking 50 yard Best grade Bed Tickinc n to 14c yarn yardBestyardBest I pecia1Pricowill go very fast at prices named SuitingsSilkof largest dry goods importing houses in the it will pay you to look at them In our Ready to Wear Department we are showing beautiful line of Ladies Silk and Woolen Skirts Shirt Waists Muslin Underwear Bonnets etc Our Hot Bargain prices prevail in this Department See Our Line of Lace Curtains Dot Swiss Curtains Oil Shades Carpets Mattings Oilcloths Curtain Poles Trunks Valises etc We are showing the largest assortment of these goods to be seen this side of the large cities Our Hot Bargain prices area guar antee for their cheapness termilk Get Our Hot on All of We have on sale the Red line of ever in this city We carry in favor this season in this Get oiir Hot on this before v lT If out of order cure bed cbe bllloaiiKU and all flyer trcnblei Mild and effldeat a cent Mrs Kean Will A letter from New York from 11111 Lillie Logan Kean exptv ses hcrthanks to the local committee Of distinguished gentlemen whoso cordially expressed their interest in her career and a desire to hear her sing It will afford her pleasure to give a concert at Masoiiic Temple on Tuesday April 11 Nowhere she adds does site sing with more enthusiasm titan among these her own people whom she has known so long and loved so well It is confidently asserted that Mis Kean will be more than delighted with her reception here where she is held in affectionate esteem and too the tact that her soulful singing him attracted widespread comment in New York will render her concert an auspicious lime to pay the homage of our hearts to this lovely talented lady ANUBIAH TEA cures Dyspcp Plant 9 Sill Con lipation and Indigestion Regulates the Liver Price 25 cts Sold by Perry 0 Thomas suecnson to W Q White Mr McSwain in a Railway Wreck On Wednesday night la4t while en route home from NCT York Mr S B McSwaln had a thrillIng experience in a railroad wreck near Akron O Tin entire train left the rails and tumbled down a Icnfoot fill Mr McSwain found himself pinned down by Ja very large fat influential male companion who Hit down on hint kerchunk Mr McSwain is a small titan but ho was not long in releasing himself from hh beefy obstruction and hurriedly crawled out through a window The engineer and several puseeneerti lost their lives and the road suffered heavily by the damage to its track and rolling stock To allay pahw subdue inflamma tion heat foul sores and ulcers the most satIsfactory result ate obtained bv using Brillards Snow Ifniment Price 25 cents and tell luld by Perry ThomDs niarlIm Anot4r t4eiumoatl Richmond is to liaveniMithcr Homeopathic Rmoot a graduate of limo Chicago College of Homeopathy who will shortly locate here Pr femoot is a ilativo of M son county altentlei Ceal nil UniversIty boarded with Ur nil lrs C D Pattle and is n mont e e llfnt young gents mati He is a cemlii iDrO fj liol ton of this itity If your child It f1fflf vlIitJH no doubt troublad whihotmis White Crvani Vermiftipe r wU wiKMre tIme TcoruiH silt itn tiak j ffsc t rU riitfi natural ehweriIms rMWa cents Sold by leery A 1i tlm k Take Digeslos they cure Dyspepsia Indigestion and tIme ninny diseases that arine from poor digestion 25c a box at all druggists Many a Laugh Piiaslnj the people is a trade with the Schubert Symphony Club anti Lady Quartette and their program contains lots of fun ot a refined nature asvoll as- a wealth of fine music Hear them ogApril 3 at Masonic Temple Re Fervcd seats The general admission 50c students and children 35c Tick ets on sale at Perry Thomas drugstore For Children Who Take Cold easily nail are subject to cronp no remedy is so helpful as Dr Hells Pine TarHoney It will relieve the croup at once and euro a rold in one night It Rhnnld bo in every house ready for an emergency You can buy a bottle for 25c at any firstclnpa drug store Ills Administratrix The will of tho late Robert II Jones designated his wife Mrs Fannie Jones as administratrix of his estate Ac cordingly on Wednesday last before County Judgepro tern N B Turpin Mrs Jones qualified with Wilson Da vid and Richard Tateas sureties 10 tare a CoM In One Ilay rake Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund money if it failp o cure 25e The genuine has L IL Q on each tablet novOGm Over 2000 men and boys am idle on account of strikes in two manufactur jug plants nt Piltsburp You can be cheerful and happy only when you are well If you tool out of sorts take Herbino it will brace you up Price cents Sold by Per ry Thomas marlltn More bones were recovered from the Windsor Hotel ruins Your Turn Naxl Everybody has a iII sometime your turn will com Keep a bottle of Dr Hells PincTarHoney nt hand and bopmpared for an emergsucy This fnmou remedy will cure a roM before it gets fairly started or alter It Ins sot lIed hilt the sooner you take it the sooner you got wcll 25c at your drug slsfs It Albert Lukensa fifteenyearold boy was held over Wlt tlo tit bond at Cmcirir nati for the irinrcfrr ol n wonton Rev E Edvtords pSstor of time En gush flaUtist church at Minersville Pn when suffering with rheumatism was advised to try Chamberlains Pain Balm He s1 UA fow applications of this liniment proved of great ser vice to me It mibdned tho iuflamnm lion and relieved tho pain Should any sufferer Profit by giving Pain Balm iv trial it will please me for sale by Perry 1 Thomas iuarllm Time big 3lobe Furniture Companyof ISOh out totht Schoalt 4larnitBie Triwfc PIIiiItrsCUN oi Lcwtt Thuaes Rise- nmtssaai it Sitr f Prkc 2S ccat O FIyerrY k eSMle W C 1111 yardFineAllwool Dress Goods 30 inch wide stylish ard J 35cNiceOur Clover Leaf Damask Towels are now onlv 10 cents I Mens and Boys Percalle Shirts 2c each 25cLadies1 Meos Sunday Shoes good quality only JS- cI pairOur the East a phys We Have Just Esceived And put on sale a fresh lot of Cassino But Toilet Soap price 8c a cake e the best Toilet Soap used We are cakeID of our Topsy brand Hosiery they ID the best in the market Bargain Prices Kinds Hosiery placed Hottest Clothing shown everything department Bargain Prices line purchasing elsewhere Respectfully WoDo OLIAM COMPANY RICHMOND STERLING AND GEORGETOWN HoodsPills SingI danIYrChR8 Qualifies rI4uT Much pain and uneasiness is caused by piles sparing neither age nor sex Tablers Buckeye Pile Ointment cures time most obstinate case Price 50tts in bottles tubes 75 cents Sold by Perry Thomas mnrllin Col W J Bryan is being entertained by the free silver Democrats of Birm ingham For Lung Soreness deepseated coughs throat disorders and alt bronchial troubles I r hells PinoTar Honey is an efficacious rem edv Tho first does gives relief It will euro a hacking grip cough or a cold in one night All druggists soil it at 2oc on guarantee It A Pennsylvania woman used kero fieno in kindling a fire and she and her two children were fatally burned The result of ac overindulgence In food or drink aro promptly rectified without pain or discomfort hy taking low doses of Herbiue Price 50 cents Soul by Perry Thomas marllm The battleship Iowa will bo Dent to the Philippines to rcleave time Oregon TCM44AMA CUDAN RELIEF core I Collc J Hir hria n lTootIiacbe In Aye mInufrr Soirttnmzcb and Summer Compluluu 1tlcc 25 Cent Sold by Perry 0 Thomas Successors to W Q White A New York man was mysteriously murdered at San Francisco Tetter SaltRheum and Eczema The intense itching and smarting lime dentto these diseases is instantly allayed by applying Chamberlains Eye and Skin Ointment Many very tad Msec havo been permanently cured by it It is equally efficient for itching piles and a remedy for sore nipples chapped hands chilblains frost bites and chronic sore eyes 25 eta per box Dr Cadjn Condition Powders are jnst a horse needs when in bad con iQon Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge They ate not food but medicine and the best in use to put a horse in prime condition Price 83 enta per package Themovement to consolidate Western and Sontllert rolling mills Is making headway Nevrge Away from homo without a bottle of Dr bells PineTriHoney hanFeolC- illlstO cbaae of Apartme or cx posure may on a okh winch DC th- Ing but this cfaUlonsrell101y will cure Druggists sell it it Young Griffo tim pubilist was de dared insanu in ChIcago- Cluaeikitrlss lissghm ieairdy This remedy is intended especially for cotighs colds croup whpojiing cough nudinlh enza It has become famous for Us IUrefl of tb vo lt laSH over large of the civilized world The jnoetflattering testlinoninls have been received giriiijt ereunLs of its ood works cf the aggravating and persistent COP f11 s rimRenredo severe cold tiat ive yifWd prowpty lo it soothinp effect doHbeikHjje cja8 atlacknof erwip k hiM cured often saving the life oct klm TIi exieselva eof it 9t wtte jop ha ewntktitr- MmteM dMaH ha1mimmnm coo f4wIl bTPbriX a tirIlmn IIj 1 I hae been afilicted with rheumatism for fourteen years and nothini eenmed to give any relief I was able 10 Ito around all the time but constantly snf fering I had tried everything I could hear of and at last was told to try Chum berlains Pain Balm vhirh I did unit IIshWttimehas not pinre returned JOSH EDOAK PerrykThe extensive factories ul Newcnuncereton Ilire unable to secure n suf ficient number of workmen Is my Blood Pure This is a qurstionot vast importance to all who wish to be well If your blood is impure you cannot expect health unless you begin taking Hoods Sarsaparilla at once This great medi cina makes the blood pure and puts the system in good health cures spring humors and that tired feeling Hoods Pills cure nausea sick head ache biliousness and all liver ils Price 25 cents A Pittsburg manufacturing firm will raise the wages of 5000 employed April and will build new mills i Rest of All To clcansa the system in ageiille nail Irnlyt beneficial manner ulfen thn pelfectgenuine Mimufactureil by the Cali fornia Fig Syrup Co only anti for sub by all druggists at cents per boltlp Two more deaths resulted front men ingitis in Christian county Almost every man in America has some digestive trouble When men meet time greeting usually is well how are yon That dovelop health talk The man who has no bowel or stomach trouble Is almost a curiosity Trouble is men tnku no care f them f selves They eat as though they hail copper stomachs and bowels nf brass By and by overworked nature rebels Then eines headaches iinrvousnrSv bad blood liver and kidney troubled Dr Pierres Pleasant Pnllnts furnish help for constipation and torpiiPliver sick anti bilious headache liazlnfnS sour stomach loss of appetite indiges tion or dyspepsia wiiidybfllchliigH heartburn pain nail djjstreps aftyr J eating and kindred mlcraiugemeimtamuf the liver stomach and bowels Accept no substitute j It is estimated that tIme combine will derive a million dollars yearly fi r 1 storage I3UKC1I ANt THK lloN SBBtthiMS Uetlcr Titan The Old Saw The eaying about the lion and the lamb in March often proves false hut there in another nimila toller one which Is literally true When March celtics in and finds you lICking hloodscSarsaiarilla to purify enrich vitnl lao your blood 11 mav aspect when it gora out that it will leave you frea from that tired feeling nail with ngno of the boils pimples and rl1plioUJt which mRiitfe tlheirwiveK teczn+frnf inipur blood In the eprlng It3lmI i have tiot aledy IM BB taking Hondn Sarssiparhlk year pprimig eIiriJle- fwe lv jlWMlt tn hcti todsy 1108 suns yo it iffH HM you feel better uill thtaik the cllIjsatterJDeb1ha 1 rFT T rT2mJI Tii1k 1iQ I lL frl iWantedfln 11otUProtect your tdfU thee ny wealth Write JOHN I COilPatent Attor eyu Wsb1gtdn D C for nd ut of two hundred lareauoiu wanted R1N1I 86 B3R R Time Tablo No 33 Taking Effect Mon day May 2 1893 lit Class 2d Class EAST No1 No3 No 9 Ex San Ex Sun Ex Sun AM PM AM Versailles 10 22 CSX 6SO Nlcholasvllle 11 en 7 35 88Valley Vlew U2S S 00 S 20 Million 41 S 13 8 Ulehmond ii 58 830 a 15 PM Union 12 13 10 00 MoberleY n 12 1005 Brassfield 12 30 10 2- 5Panola12 35 10 40 Irvine I 05 11 35 n 2TNo io1VES- T SOUND lExSun ExSan Ex Sun Extlun A M piri5i A M Irvine 2 00 8- Panola 25 105 Brass3elcL 2 30 20 Moberley 2 U 145 Union 2 47 Richmond 6 05 3 15 2 15 Minion 6 20 3 30 3 00 Valley View 6 31 3 45 3 25 Icholasvl1le 6 53 4 10 4 Versaltleflm 7 50 6 00 6 10 A 51 P C pl P All trains connect with Louisville Southern trains to and from Louisville All trains connect with C N O T P trains to and from CincinnatiJ Train Dispatcher W U ADAMS Superintendent WantedAn thinkiiLProtect th bring you wealth Write JOHN WEDUEUUURX k CO Patent A toT1 WMblngton D Cfor their 1W pilso SS lilt ot two tundred Inventions wanted 6 DR CALDWELLSN 7 CURES rr nkror iiti i1ay In Effect December 5 1893 DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY pm nI pm pm 2 6 99 Lye Richmond Ar 100 7 20 2 15 7 W Vlach ter 42 6 16 Ji S 45 Mayivill 8 30 KM 933 Parts 840 610 617 1628 Georgetown 760 428 7 10 1130 Ar Frankfort Lve 7 00 3 40 Ask for tickets viaParisJNEWTON Q P A h n ke ml Dtio ihy1 Time of Trains at Winchester Ky WEST BOUND Mt SWIrling and Lexington Accom 6 55 am Bastern Express for Louisville 7 30 am McriiMai and Lexington Accom 3 00 pm NW York Limited F P V 4 50 pm EAST BOUND- Lextagton and Morehead Accom 9 15 am New Toek Limited F P V11 am- Lexiagton and Mt Sterling Accom 6 30 JIm Wa on Exprees 9 23 pm Accommodation trains run dally except Sun d dailyThrough car service to New York For Information rates orslecperreservatloni call on or write K HOOD LNByRichmond or GEORGE W BARNEY D A C ft O Ry Lexington Ky EASIER THAN EVER The present schedule of Illinois Central Railroad in addition to shortening the time to Memphis and New Orleans has made it Easier 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 Ever to take a trip to the above mentioned territory The Central Is the only line which runs Free Reclining Chair Cars and Vestibuiled trains from Louisville to the South also a weekly tollman Tourist Car for California Lve Louisville every Thursday9 25pm Arr MemphisFriday r 8 18am 45pmLveArr Houston Saturday 8 4iam lSpmArrOOpmArtnu ii Tie Tne mIter Bouts ti bCfono Parties desiring to make a comfortable trip to the mentioned will do well to communicate with R II Fowler Traveling Passen ger Agent Louisville Ky WM ALPOBD KEIXOMD A O P A A II HAXSON G P A Lontsvllle Ky Chicago III dec29ly SOUTHERN RtUI WfVa aa a IN KENTUCKY Schedule In effect Dc 18 1808 EASTBOUND No L Na 5 KaS Lv Louisville 740am S3Upm 745pm LLpmArlOWpmArWESTBOONU Noll Nal No 4 Lv Lexington 73Uam 4pm 615am Ar Versailles 7J6am 42pm 537am Ar Larencebgltm 615pm 5 5am- bolbyvllleAr 012am aoipm ftSJam- ouUvUleAr laiQam 735pm 765am Trains Nos 2 5 and 6 terry Free Observa LexinGtonEASTBOUND WESTBOUND NO 13INO 111 STATIONS Na HIXo 14 330pm 740am Lr LouUvil Ar 735pmlil4Oarn gRam Ar IJirncbrjrArl 3ICpm aiOam GAl piaiiaI3a r narod bgAr 4221pm1 ZnLm- OOplttl Liam Ar ISurcln Lv 415pm 710am CASTBOUKO WESTBOUND No 13tNaC7ri RTATIOXS INa 18 It Nats 339pm 740aniLv Ixiulsvtl Ar ia40am 735pm Bpm017pm333pm719pmEASIBOUItlX WE3TUOCH- OTNoTTltNa 51 STATJOHS tNti1I tNo 2 Z3IpmJoILOiim 705pm ArNlchlvllI Ar 858am 355pm 300pm105pmSTATIONS No1 No 3 745pmArAr Knoxville 700pm 745am 115pmArAr JatUsonvlllc 900am Ar Chatlanoosa 65pm e4am Ar Atlanta 1030am lUOam Ar Macon LOOam ZSSpsu 855am95npmLhaLtanoota Ar lllrmlncham 1005pm IllSOam PhSpraArTrain No t Cincinnati Florida Havana Limited carries Through Drawimr Room Pull AtlantaMaconton or Chattanooga with Pullman Sleeping car LouisvlflObetween Lexington and Borne Cafe earl elo rant roaches Train No 3 carries Pullman Sleepier car be lJlnnlDihamton to Jacksonville via Asheville and Savan nah also Tie Chattanooga and Atlanta Nd change Free Chair cars Lexington to Chalta toNewDillcx Sunday A Wirtoos PtTA LTSwirr PTA rxlnztonli1SQAIollQRs1 DCWkTraicO1AWkIqU Ie igi1s- hi E t An Excellent Combination The pleasant method and beneficial remedySYRUlCALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP Co illustrate the valuaof obtaining the liquid laxative principles of plants known to be presentingthemtaste and acceptable to the system It is the one perfect strengthening laxa effectuallydispelling gently yet and enabling one to overcome habitual constipation permanently Its perfect freedom from every objectionable quality and sub kidneysliveror irritating them make it the ideal laxativeIn process of manufacturing figs are used as they are pleasant to taste but the medicinal qualities of the remedy are obtained from senna and other aromatic plants by a method known to the CALIFORNIA FIG Sritur 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 SAN PHAMCISCO CAL LOUISVILLE Err hEW romr N TFor sale by all Druggists Price SOc per bottle Jan5Jy 135 ECONOMIST RANGES Roofing Guttering and GeneralJob Work LADUE MITH i QI SDR CALDWELLSN 4+++ +++++ MMM + + + + 4 + + + + + IS FRock 4 +++++ + + + 4 + FO- Rt Site SA Q Somaio 1 8t t et ks ComI+ +Prudental you are offered the + ttbemest Insurance attainable and on approved plans In Accident 4 Insurance we again the best We 4will not transact business withlrrespon 4 + companies 4 261 Seeond treet + t UpStairs f t Je21yl ++++++++++ + 00 ++++ + + + +44 + For Sale Privately QQI otter for sale privately my House and Lot situated on the corner of North and 7th propertyTheble and other necessary outbuildings the lot contains about 80x90 price will be reasonable for carh WILLIAM ENGLISH Dov9tf Richmond f- lyREGERO FRENcrr REMEDYt now wTtliln cy rrnrii of rrrry Antrrlran tays tnulnirit k ln vly ftarnntitil to run te tnt romlkattl vane of Nrrom Uetllltr 1UikIyNwf lr ne ol tiutto Mins men will re- In tltlr lost nuintiOii1 nvil Oh Men will rrcovo iclr yootiful vl r It In1 oraiet and restore ti iiituiiul lnr nil suiTervn from Seminal Weak sscs la iiotcnry Varlnicrli SpennAltnrlica Hihiljr KmknkHU IxDrain ami iscuUr Power cak Miinorr k1115 rvit Iirrann Dcspon nry Id ctuifitkct nn l nil oT of self iue nr wxttil inTNtau rdl Tltor whlcli anSU no inr bu ln itnily or rnrriar It EU Ii E UO jesatOiMintlfc root of tu Iistasc that why t cues It l tIO ronot cr p Tonic In the world llmt U hlt 1rcs Vl nrnml Action ad restores lIre of out i 111 m irrcloas Blood Pun rtlat Is why llto IluU Ciow romps hark t- oriirIiir3s Inl4uponhainJtEICNEf- lOlntrirrklilirt mikt mall iIOO per ix fr PJV Vo rlirorfnliy rrfntid v r lute U boxes not elteit a cure w tr AT sllio Amrrlcan Office of rrr jfr r AuuiitiJFor sale In Richmond by Perry Thomas Druggists acplaly Wheeler Wilson Sewing Machine Rotary Mot OlaM Ball Bearings ForM byiry XUII CG eImodKy O t Heres Tcir Cittce Sea Extraordinary Offers bjr The Climax The CIJMAX wants live Tiunred new subscribers by the first of thenew 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 125 The CLIMAX and the Home and Farm 130 The CLIMAX and either the Cosmopolitan or McClures MagazineunseysI The CLIMAX and 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 Ohio Farm 190 The CLIMAX can also fur nish any paper published in the United States or Europe at reduced rates TRUSTS Columbus Record Wendell Phillips was not only a statesman and patriot but as time passes on it must be admitted that he was n prophet It is not yet 20 years since his death and these words of his arenow being fulfilled The great question of tho future is money ngainst legislation My friends you and I shall Lo in our graves long before the battle is ended and unless our children have more patience and courage than saved this country from slavery Republican institutions will go down before moneyed corporations Rich men die but banks are immortal and railroad corporations never have any diseases In the long run they are sure to rule legislatures and legisla tionThis great soul who had fought the accursed institution of human slavery foresaw the coming ofan eviler day He felt that it would be a conflict be tween right and wrong in a different form than southern slavery but far more dangerous He lived long enough too see the growing dower of organized banks and of railroad combinations but he died before the deadly trust had begun to strangle the energies and threaten welfare of the people Long since his death have sprung up the fol lowing conspiracies in violation of law and in total disregard of courts viz The Flour Trust 150000000 United Slates Leather Co 125000000 Continental Tobacco Co 75000000 National Biscuit Co 55000000 Cornstalk Trust 50000000 American Harvester Trust 50000000 Western Lumber Pool 45000000 T S Rubber Co 40000000 40000000iPaper Co 45000000 Acid and Chemical Trust 50000000 American Malting Co 30000000 National Silverware Co 30000000 National Lead Co 30000000 The Knit Goods Co 30000000 Sash and Door Trust 20000000 National Wall Paper Co 30000000 Cigarette Trust 25000000 Union Typewriter Co 18000000 Burial Casket Trust 15000000 Crockery Trust 15000000 Ribbon Trust 18000000 Smelters Combination 25000000 Axe Trust 15000000 Bolt and Nut Trust 15000000 Lithograph Trust 12000000 Tissue Paper Trust 10000000 The Oil Trust 153000000 The Steel and Iron Trust 348000000 Coal Combines 162000000 Gas Trusts 443000000 Cigars and Tobacco 109000000 Telephone Trust 57000000 Alcohol Trust 67000000 Electrical Combinations 140000000 While the aggregate capital of all these illegal combinations is almost three billions of dollars they do not include the railroad combinations and pools and scores of other conspiracies against the law and general welfare The time is near at hand when individual enterprise will be crushed out and the class who has made our country what it is will become the clerks and servants of these combinations and live in tenant houses instead of homes Capital in a country when honestly employed is an estimable benefit but when employed to degrade the people and enslave them it is the most pow erful and satanic influence in the world It is an old saying that money makes the mare go but in the last generation it makes everything bend or break before it Statesmen and moralists foresee the day when the people will again if they are to preserve their liberties and perpetuate the government established by Jefferson Franklin and Madison be compelled to put a check to the wild swift reign of the speculators who have usurped the seats of power and by greed and bribery rule the civil andindustrlal world Thousands of sick and suffer ing people are poorcripple Bible who had helphim the lifegiving pool before some one els- eslipped in himI ex treme weak fleas they would then be able to regain their coveted health and strength PiercesGolden orthoseweakness and nervous exhaustion it upthetite good digestion pure blood muscular strength nerve force and renewed activity diicouraged alettersharpcutting andmyRnilScalywasweaknessno good 1 kept getting worse and weaker It wroteyouPavorite 4docan The most Taln6le took for both and women is DrPimesC AdviserAspletidid engrtriagB and colored A copypapercov- eredwi1IM a g to anyone eoaioff twcsirVK cents in on in tho Dri11f J tt I Iso11b I TooThin I iI If so there must be some I If= I dren cant help but grow = they must grow if their food a I nourishes them Perhaps a theIi f gestion is weakened If that T babyI= I s your commonsense I and help nature a1 doII i III EMULSiON 4 to the babys food three or a gainI7 I s you seems = I correct the digestion and j = gets the baby started right a I again If the baby is nurs ing but does not thrive then f I the mother should take the I emulsion It will have a j i good effect both upon the I Twentyfive j 5 = 1soc 1and 100 all druggists YorkI44H S i NARROW ESCAPE OF LT DUFF Cuba Letter In Glasgow Times Following story concerns a well known student of Central University last year Lieutenant Duff who since we came to Union has beep acting the gallant and playing the role of a gay Lothario had an experience the other night that will most likely cause his temporary it not permanent retirement from Cuban society At a masquarade ball which was opened with a cock fight on the ballroom floor he had met a certain lackeyed Senorita with whom he had become very much smitten To assist him in the unknown language so that all the conversation would not be carried on In the sign manual he hadwith much deliberation purchased for fifty cents Americano monies a little translator giving the most common English words and their meaning in Spanish After dressing with unusual care with white collar and cuffs and his new uniform he proceeded to call on his charmer and with his new ac quisition in the shape of his little translator began to make love the best he could Tile mothers presence did not altogether accord with his American Idea ot love making and he managed to inform the young lady that her mater familias society could bo spared and not missed The Senorita conveyed the Lieutenants wishes to the old lady who withdrew with bows Sand signs of approval Travis found in his little book the word amor meaning love The Senorita pointed to the word juntar meaning join the Lieutenant smiled and nodded She then found the word Parroco mean lug priest This kinder stumped him but he bowed and smiled some more times She then kissed her hand to him and made signs for him to wait Willie she went into another room Returning in a few minutes she be came quite affectionate and the well pleased Lieutenant began to think things were coming his way when like all disagreeable happenings the door opened and the mother entered followed by several Senoras and a priest Thunderstruck the Lieutenant could not understand their presence but after much sign making and more Spanish jabbering he became aware that ho was expected to act as groom in a contemplated marriage ceremony The nearest window had iron bars so throughthewas out of breath and dripping with perspiration He asked for and got permission from the Major the next morning to visit some old mines about eight miles distant from camp and left word that if anyone came and called for him during the day to say he had returned to America to the bosom of his familyand would make the race for Sheriff of Barren county the next termOur FopSergeant Toch Sandldge hits made quite a mash on one of the prettiest of blackeyed Spanish nymphs and sIte hoen coming to camp almost- daily to see him but since ho heard of Lieutenant Duffs experience he has had a hunted look and I noticed today that when she came out our heretofore most attentive Sergeant remained in his tentvery busy making out muster rolls lIe is away from camp again today GLASGOW The Appetite of a Goat Is envied by all poor dyspeptics whose Stomach arId Liver are out of order All such should know that Dr Kings New Life Tills tho wonderful Stomach and Liver Remedy gives a splendid appetite sound digestion and a regular bodily habit that insures perfect health and great energy Only 25 cents atany Drug Store 4 NEW YORK FASHIONS Golf shoes of horsehidc are durable and pliant for the great game The oldfashioned chignon or English bun is very much in style shapedbuckleforciasp Very soft materials hold the right cf way for spring costumes Taylwhite satin It has high bodice and skirt tightjliallway down to terminate Iti Ii very flaring flounce Most of the no w sleeves look dread fully tight but are really more com fortabble than they appear to be porcelnin1laeings the favorite combination being dark oldrose and green Qdd skirts are always a prudent ad ditfoa to a ladys wardrobe especially illtlIge no opulent vita pratewlilt ta b elM fetkt fe til pfe rrlathes ckwM wtdtakirt of ny 0 i i taffetas much trimmed and ruffled and tunic overskirt A lovely costume is of lavender taf ems silk with overskirt of satin striped grendine This opens a little to the left snowing a threeruffle underskirt edged with wee baby ribbon in darker lavender Lady golfers will find the Fegllgce R G corset just the thing for a comfortable game as well as for lounging It permits free use of every muscle yetis just as shapely as though boned to the top notch Its trim simple con struction Is a boon too to sensitive women who find much whalebone burdensome to delicate spine or stomach Toques are extremely light and may ho trimmed with the brightest flowers imaginableMuslin are a features of some swell afternoon receptions Small Persian pin trays vie with those in handpainted porcelain in at tractivenessA gown is of lace np plication made in princesse shape It is reembroidered with jet over a four reau of vhIte Liberty satin Ono new sleeve is made of rolled plaits running round from end to end Skirt plaitings are no longer stitched below the knee EVELYN CABLE lie Fouled The SnrRPons All doctors told Itenick Hamilton ot West Jefferson 0 after suffering 18 months from Rectal Fistula lie would die unless a costly operation was per formed but he cured himself with five boxes of Bucklens Arnica Salve the surest Pile euro on Earth and the best Salve in tho World 25 cents a box Sold by Perry Thomas Druggist 4 AT POSSUM RUNSTRANGE THINGS ARE FALLING THERE POSSUM RUN March 17 Editor Climax As it is now time to introduce the spring style of sensational heavenly symptoms by telegraph I will send you the following dispatches in order to bo ahead of other newspapers and also for the purpose of getting it otf our mind SHOWERS OF HARDWARE Possum Run March 18Speclal to the CJimaxA heavy shower ot ten penny nails and door hinges fell here this morning Thero were no clouds in the sky at the time but thunder lightning and Roman candles were among the celestial symptoms A man named Bill Somebody who was playing croquet near the Barrel house was struck on tho head by a falling door yetinsensihlesible It is hoped here that more hinges will come if they get a Barrel house bum every time LATEK Two hours later a black cloud was seen direct over the town and it contained chewing tobacco cigar cUes and whisky Soon ltlterwarlls a shower of matches and pipes fell anti the Tobacco Company has gone into bankruptcy It is supposed that a train running from to Mars loaded with these articles was wrecked but this theory is scoffed at by many of our leading men If we get any more of this kind of weather or any more signs of an early spring I will immediately wire you about it BnjEGBAsa BILL IRVINE JEstlll Countyl V L Vaughn was in Lexington laSL week on business Hugh Riddell was in Lexington sv eral days last week Durbin Co have their now spring goods ready for sale Mr G E Lilly of Richmond was in Irvine Monday and Tuesday Miss Grace Hargis spent the past week with Mrs David Bergman Robert M Bergman and W P Will jams were in Frankfort last week Born to Mr and Mrs Leonard West March 6 a girl name Alverta Mrs Ernest Barker began a private school Monday with 21 pupils enrolled Mrs Andrew Wallace is visiting her daughter Mrs Estelle Payne atNicho lasville last week David Bergman hns just returned from Louisville and will soon have his new goods opened Vim Snwden has returned from a short visit to Nicliolasville He was in Lexington Monday Mary Ashcraft pupil of Asbury College Wilmore was in Irvine from Sat urday until Monday Mr Carty book keeper for the Irvine Lumber Co is spending a part of this week with his family at Newport Messrs Everntollnt MeKirnerof Clark county and John ison county are visiting relatives jtt Irvine Frank Davison has a new dry goods store in the Lilly building on Public Square He has a large stock and E C Park is Salesman Mr John Horn lies recently moved into Mrs Tom Williams house on Chestnut avenue His wifo has been an invalid for four years Mrs Oliver Boltz has returned to Ir vine Sho is now residing in horiold home on Main street Ohio was not liked by Mrs Boltz so a hasty return to that State is not contemplated The Sunday School of the M E church South has received twenty dol SundaytWith the amount above named some little debts will be canceled und tile re mainder will be invested in new books for the Sunday School library Tim M0UT- AINEEPMonth Every there are thousands ofwo men who nearlysuffer death from menses Some times the period comes too often sometimes not often enoughsometimes the flow is too scant and again it i profuse Each symptom showst that Nature needs help and tBat there is trouble in the or a gans concerned Be careful conditionsevery nostrum advertised to cure female troubles BRADFIELDS FEMALE REGULATOR i is tile one safe and sure painful Thcea byirregularityfalling of the womb i nervousness sideships pains in the head i the menses so ihat they occur A dayallthosV Just before your titae comes i f get a bottleand see how much good it will do you Druggists Mllitnt lor Jur tree 1oook PerctHealth for WO MAMVELb HGUUracaATtAVTA CA or t j r j Jiiu iT ALL WOMgAT Should know that the Old TIme flemedy Is the best for Feasts TraWeL Corrects aUI irregularities inFemaleOrgnns Should betaken fnrCEiirt ii Life and before CUUWrHul Pliatcrs Wd Tim Rowdies have stood the I tost for twenty years I Made culy by New OpencerMedicine Co Chat tanooea Tennessee I Perry Thomas druggists successors to W Q White decSlyr All druggists sell Dr Miles Nerve Plasters ai i IIrineucrhoneyin grip aa well nacoocba and colds It znakni weak unra strong Mra SL A Jletcalfo gednmh ST vc a a a I S S S I S R i I 2 Ring out ttooia Ring In the new Ring out the false Ring in the true W Jg to you the new and true from tho plney forests of Norway DR Natures most natural remedy improved by 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 healed and soothed so that there is no inclination to cough SOLD BY ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS Bottle Only 25c SOc and 100 SIzi BE YOU GET Dr For sale Perry Thomas successors to W G White Charles E Ceo D Simmons it OFTEN and things that ar showy many times prove to be An article that is in daily use as a Range is must be and Reliable It should be the best to be had IS THE BEST in Construction the Most Economical in the use of fuel and the Most Jerfect ami Operation that has yet been produced We have secured the dzclusive agency for this lino of Ranges and will be pleased to show them to you Sizes Styles and Prices to suit everybody Stoves Tinware Plows and Gears Har rows in the Line n in of ill 81 8 I LfJ Is right iat hand so is the ku FJF3I 1IljEi3I Plowaiim PLEASE TRY CANDY CATHARTIC BELL- SPineTarHoney SURE Bills PineTarHMty Douglas As good as looks APPEARANCES ARE DECEITFUL worthless Cooking Substantial Bnry Ring OUfnhd BIIRN STEEL HANG Satisfactory The Cash Hardware House DOUGLAS SIMMONS Hardware Plow Cultivators Everything Farming Blacksmith Supplies mchlly Dontrorg tUWn M Job Work T1ME1IVulcan Chilled And Bell CenterGut JDisc Harrows jOur store is heavily stocked with every article Si i found in a firstglass Hardware Store such E L as Collars Ham s Traces Backhands etcIlJItils Wire Stoves Tinware Cutlery etc pBJ rI =MR WM BUCKLEY our experienced tin jJ- IJ ner is m for guttering roofing and repairing WCWfflMtJM iL Taylor Bros J i J r wss are by ill I ALL DRUGGISTS 2 8j OD ittt itttH- Irflit tANCY jROM OURTEENTOI 11r 90 PER SET W i Rockery I i Chiffoniers r Side Boards Lamp Stands Umbrella Racks Framestoo tc Etc4 S Cheap Attractive WE ARE THE OLD AND RELIABLE FIRM t 81GGfRSTAtr ULDHAM tDAY TELEPHONE 76 NIGHT TELEPHONE 67 Jsss 00000 so s s000sseseeo S S sse ssss s ss s ra 0 0 vr so I as C A 8 H S T 0 R E I I co 90 e 9 o O a S 0 a E On and after January 1st 1899 our a terms will b- eSPOT e 4G EEa CASHI a c0 I We have attempted to run our business by col g I lecting our accounts the first of each month- S g but have been unable to collect them all promptly are therefore compelled to selle8 I for CASH that we may pay cash for our goods ma and will endeavor to make it to the interest of oa the trade to do business with us yc have a 8 nice line of Staple and Fancy Groceries g Queonsvare and Glassware ftc Give us a s call examine our stock and get prices 1 VGoods exchanged for country produce 00oi 1 HIGGINS nIX LI 4 u ELLIS 11 i WEST MAIN ST RICHMOND KY fle I 0 e S S e S S sSSse a s e Ssss s sssas esesssaessass 00ISDONSPILECURE WHY SUFFER AOQNT 5 i DONS COMPLETE PILE CURE is guaranf d itocuro physiaaijfcNoThe first treatment immediate rliflild Jtrmli arll chief i f ho Ch tf1nQora Fire lTrtmt sa Jt After ycrs tlhulrcr11r iQ4s ILE t IiTM t N rW tIItmtncndcd to WC The we of cue bus cffett1 a rerinanclit cUre IYOI1nUrilygiiC you tts staJetn nti hoping it will be the metn o your rwiuly to the attention of oihcrsSui fcriiig wijh Jics v v Prke 160 Prepaid to any Address v f v DON CHEMICAL COMPANY c i T11A d11FEi4p a r tiiJ J h T- q i iIII J