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Digital page images are linked to the text file. j1II Y T11fl RICHMOND CLIMAX f N f 1 I VOLUME 25 AkiHMOND MADISON COUNTY 44niKENTUCKY WEDNESDAY APIL 5 1899 NUMBER 1 Skosk xt n ayLj Tnl B qitblo Lill = AII TllCCOF THE UNITED STATES 4 + 44 GRIGSBYS General AgenL9l JEastern Kentucky THE REST Of THEM ALL It LSPPINCOTTS 1inONTHLYJ AOAZINEP Contain n comicte novel In overy num uetulBudyo rontlnitrtl ptftrtrm irfttrh are S9 oJedIousZe to teut reader terp1glIuwhomthoJ B UP7INCOTT COMPANY Publishers PHILADELPHIA PROFESSIONAL CARDS A1lORNErS Rw MILLER ArroaicErALLWtRICHMOND KKSTDCKT idaruIerSuILnT ANJA ATTOUNEV ATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office over Taylors Hardware store op1 posite Court House on Main Street II B IIOGGitTTORNEY AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office No 13 First St up stairs 3130 J 0 D M OHENAULTt ATTORNEYS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen nUlLS grocery PHYSICIANS DR H R GIBSON PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office in the Ccifint building sS and ao See end Street over Wnue j old drugstore ap CHAS HOOKER VETERINARY SURGEON Graduate Ontario Veterinary Colkge taorncepled by Richmond Harness Co East Main St Richmond Ky apr7Iy IL C JASPJ321 M D Medicine and Surgery Oflice Collins nuildineMainStreet Telephone nt reiMence the Carr place on Broadway RICHMOND KENTUCKY W EVANS M D G PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON RICHMOND KENTUCKY DR T J TAYLOR Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery RICHMOND KENTUCKY oaOfflce and residence on Second Street DENTAL suaasaY DT1atttt tt tODSOt nxNwIar or LOUISVILLE K- Yaomce next door to Government Building ntchmSnd Ky Office hours 9 to 121 to 4 norl7ly Four nice rooms for rent Call at Dental Office of Dr Hob- son next door to postoffice 2 DFRED SMITH DENTIST 43Offlce over Collins Grocery same office lately occupied by Dr W W Bargln JanU1yI Dr Louis H Landman No 503 West Ninth Street Cincinnati Ohio will be at the Hotel Zlmraer Richmond Ky on Wednesday April 12 1899 I chreturningmonth Reference every mond Ky ebltly KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY L US CATS Peiit leiiajtom Ij EBABT BIBLE MEDICAL AND COM MERCIAL COLLEGES Tuition for Literary and Bible Course 2 a year More than twenty teachers lOOO gymnasium Thousands of successful alumni Social and moral welfare of students receive special attention Open to both sexes For catalogues address the President jly- I7tILLIIETRL SnORT LINE TO New OrleansB- estLine to ARKANSAS TEXAS v MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA Pullman TourlatBleeplnr Car leaves Louis throuybtoAsk your ticket aent for particular or write to B H Fowler Traveliag Passenger Agent I oaltTllle Ky LeVleYlUekIempbls A H HANSOM WMJL KEtjLONO Gr A OllietltO JL O P A LMforUle o I J BRYANBEUIONT Former Refuses to Banquet With Republican Allies IWho as IDemocrats Be tween Cam paigns HE LATTERS CONSPICUOUS PRESENCE WOULD NOT HONOR THE 4S3EMOHY OF THE WORLDS GREATEST DEMO CRAT The following correspondence be tween WT Urynn and Perry Belmont f New York in regard to tim Jack on Day banquet is spicy and impor tant while Mr Belmont loses his tem er goes out of the way and writes a ong reply of na unwarranteil nature Champaign III March 16 1899 lion Perry Belmont President Demo cratic Club Now York Dear Sir I might plead a previous engagement as a reason for declining your invitation but that would be equivalent to bay ing that I would como but for the engagement and frankness compels me t t appreciatehepays me in extending an invitationbut I do not understand how individual opinions can be ignored at a political gathering You are president of the club and he representatives of the club before I he public Your position on public questions was well known in 1896 and your previous telegram indicates that your position has not changed My position on public questions is well known Time antagonism between our opinions is so great that we can not with propriety join in a political banquet given in honor of Democracys atron saint Jefferson stood for cer aiti welldefined principles If your views arc a correct reflection of his eas I fear that my voice would sound a discordant note at your banquet If the Chicago platform applies Jeffersonian principles to present con- ditIOns as I believe it does then your conspicuous presenco at the Jeffersonian banquet would not honor the mem ory of the worlds greatest Democrt Do not misunderstand me You may be ght and I may be wrong but I take for granted that we are equally conscientious and I trust that I may not show myself less courageous than you c pitizensemocratic platform would endanger he nations welfare you will pardon me if I suggest that a banquet presided verby youwill injure rather than aid the Democratic party I believe in larmonizing political differences and i n my opinion no party advantage is to- eb derived from political communion etweem Jefferson Democrats who stand upon the Chicago platform and the Republican allies who masquerade as Democrats between campaigns in order to give more potency to their be traynl of Democratic principles on election day Yours truly W J BRYAN ehnont replied Dear Sir 1 have just received your letter of the 16th inst in which you describe those who declared in 1S96 that your election to the Presidency on the Chicago platform would endanger nations welfare as the Republican allies who masquerade as Demo rats between campaigns in order to give more potency to their betrayal or Democratic principles on election day Mr Belmont then goes on to say that before answering the unwarranted letter ho hadlnstituted a suit agnins a New York newspaper on account of an alleged libel in which he was characterized ha higher priced man than the floater who sells his vote for 2 on election day and continues Your purpose to be equally defamatory is obvious Your skill in time use of the words fOblds the plea that in your letter you misused them through ignorance The design Is plain and wets it not that you have interwoven in your abuse reference to my opinions upon public questions as opposed to 6finger Your Puise 7f You feel the blood rushing alongBut what kindof blood That is the question ImpurebloodIf the blood is Impure then you are weak and languid yourdigestionnot sleep veil and the morn ing finds you unprepared for the work of day cheeks arepalcand your complexion is sallow are with pimples boils or some eruption of the skin Wily sot purify your blood will do it Tate ft a few days and then put your finger on your pulse again You can feel the differeace It is stronger and yotjr circulation better Send eur book on ImpurelodIf bilious tale Ayers Pills They greatly aid the Sarsaparilla They cure censtipMlfa also Writo I v ew B0a4 fq Writ them troely all the putleBUn 15 your Yee tecely a l7Jl rIrzATE1t Ir 1t OOALIMakes the food more ddkious and wholesome your own to tho Democratic club of which I am president and to its proposed celebration to Jeffersons birthday I should have left your offensive statements unanswered The Democratic Clubof New YOlk has a membership of nearly 3000 Demo C rats who alljiold to tho main principles of Democracy while their opinions may vary in regard to such political questions as are not fundamental but merely local or transitory like many of the vain conceits you have yourself espoused But none of these 3000 members is a Republican As for my self I never voted for a Republican candidate for either a groat or small officoThe Board of Governors and the President of so large a Democratic or ganization endeavored to represent officially the wishes of the majority which was that the coming anniversary of the birthday of Jefferson should bo celebrated this year by the organiza Lion as in previous years To recall those principles and traditions with which his name is so indelibly associat ed tends to bring about a revival of Democratic control based on public questions the conditions of which are nottransitoryTo mAde to you that individual opinions have not been considered you replied that you do not understand how individual opinions can be ignored at a political gathering Then you proceeded to contrast your opinions with mine to emphasize their antagonism and finally beclared that you and Icannot with propriety join in a political banquet giyen in honor of Democracys patron saint Your contention is that the Chicago platform applies Jeffersonian princi pIes to present conditions and that because criticised that platform in its application to conditions existing three years ago and then resisted your candi dacy for tIme Presidency therefore my presence at the proposed dinner would not honor the worlds greatest Demo cratThe course of events will probably rove your understanding of the rela of Individual opinions to Democratic gatherings and it is therefore not required of me now to indulge in JT long discourse on the relation in your politics oi temporary to permanent questionsOn fromthe Chicago con vention explained my course in a pub HcaddreBs to my constituents and justi fled my protest on time ground that legislation anti executive action in enforcing the Chicago platform wonld bean assault on wages and savings being on silver monometallism and impair the obligations of contrasts I thereafter contended wherever I had oppor tunity that insistence by the United States on the coining of ratio sixteen to one would be the grave of internal bi metallism and that if Europe opened its mints at fifteen and cuehalf and this government persisted in the ratio of sixteen the result would be as in 1831 and the United States would be loft with only a subsidiary currency I answer jou ns an individual and not as committing the organization of which lain President No copy of your letter or this reiily has been seen by any member of the Damocratic Club and will not until altar the reply has been mailed to you It is not practical for me to recall in this letter the substance of what I have written or spoken during or since the last Presidential campaign in regard to the Chicago platform and its runny phases and I do not in any way recog nize your right to question my l emoc racy I am sending you by this mail a volume which correctly gives the list of everything which has been publish ed and you are at liberty to Indicate and expose any portion that is unpatri otic undemocratic unAmerican or in conflict with the Democratic creed as set forth in Jeffersons first inaugural address PEHUY BEWIONT Robbed the Grave A startling incident of which Mr John Oliver of Philadelphia was the subject is narrated by him as follows I was inH most dreadful condition Myskin was almost yellow eyes sunkj en tongue coated pain back and sides no appetitegradually growing weaker day by dayThreet physicians had given me up ortnnate ly a friend advised trying Electric Bit team and lo my great jojr and surprise the first bottle mado a decided improve ment continued thoir use for three weeks and am now a well man I know they saved my life and robbed the grave of another victim No one should fail to try them Only 50 cents per hot tie at ierry l Thomas Drug Store Sue cessors to W G White 5 FRUIT PROSPECTS j H F Hillenmeyer tho noted horti culturist writes the Lexington Herald as follows concerning the fruit situa tlotft The appleaare POt damaged neither are time pears Grapes ll1tVc suffered severely but will yield a good crop Cherries are probably somewhat estlIl very am tbeIarc more bushels of blackberries eaten in Ken tucky each year than there are apples Hence the lasts of the crop would be a severe olio However Ido not appro lend so serious a result although there id unquestionably omo damage done to the bushes It is announced by Commissioner of Agriculture Lucas More that tbesnp ply of garden seed for distribution fay Ills bureau Is exhausted Ills office is flooded with requests for seeds Tha rep r q tbs purchasaof IOJDOO worth of seed we WreBfebus Tli aota rellvexp4ed toe thte lUrPeeeWM 479875 t 4KlN6 POWDER Ed Climax A RICHMOND PHYSICIAN HONORED Ata recent meeting of the Board of Trustees and Faculty of the Medico Chirurgical College oi this city Dr Hugh n Gibson of Richmond Ky was elected as a member of tho Board of Censors of the above named College and Hospital The censors are chosen from the most prominent men of the profession in their respective cities or localities and this action of the Faculty gives to privilegesthe right to pursue at any time any course he may choose free of charge The Medico Chirurgical College is situated in the heart of the city and is easily accessible from all parts of itThe buildings occupy a large space of ground on Cherry Seventeenth and Eighteoth streets They comprise the Medical Dental and Pharmacentical Halls the Labor atory Building the Dental and Phar maceutical Laboratories the General Hospital Childrens Hospital Maternity Hospital Nurses Dormitory the Dispensary Department the Clini cal A mpi theatre which is the finest in Europe or America and the Power House The entire plant is lighted by gas and electricity cityhaYe grantedof the college under it to grant diplomas not only in medicine and surgery pharmacyThe says of this colll2ehIn the rapidity probablymedical schools because the rapid strides made in the past decade proves that the day is not far distant when this college will be the leading medical school in America When seen at tbe hotel Dr Gibson expressed his high appreciation of the honor conferred upon him and we feel sure the Board could not have made a wiser choice and we are sure that tho promotehospital in Kentucky Philadelphialor visit he has been royally entertained by the profession especially by the noted surgeons Drs Joseph Price LapInceRodman who each day have taken him to their private hospitals where he had the opportunity to see the best operative skill In America lIe has also been entertained at many of the principal clubs medical and surgica societies as well as at the homes of the above named gentlemen FronT here Dr Gibson goes to New York City for a months stay and we are quite sure lie will receive the same courtesies there that have been extended to him here Success to Kentucky and Kentuckians HASSFOBD L FARRIS Class 1900 MCO A Thousand TongorsICould not express the rapture of Annie E wiiiladelpimiaDr New s riumptionhacking cough that for ninny years had made life a burden All other remedies and drfctors could give her no help but she says of this Royal CureItsoon r hemovedcan now sleep soundly something can scarcely remember doing before I feel like sounding its praises through out the Universe So will every one who tries Dr Kings New Discovery for any trouble of the Throat Chest or Lungs Price SOc and 100 Trial DrugStore LITERARYNOTES Book News for April presents as its opening feature an uptodate sym posium on Kipling halt critical hall contemporaryjud of his generation time interest of which s heightened by a wellexecuted por rait In addition there are estimates of the most striking books which the month has brought forth in American and foreign fields among the rest Prof Patten8j best specimens of Illustra tire art from current works list of the books in which tho rending world IB most intertsted at this time etc John Wanamaker Philadelphia and New York Monthly 5c a copy a year TilE AliT AMATEUR for April is an exceedingly interesting number The color plata is a charming study of Violets by Frieda Voelter Red mond Tho connoisseur will find in Time Note Bookanll Collector much ot importance and value for the student This number lurrmiabeeafund- of information about Elementary Drawing and Drawing for Reproduction by Ernest Knauff Plaster Cast lug by L Bush j Designing from Na ture by Arthur Blackmore Flower Painting by Rhoda Holmes NichollBj Notes on Landscape Wood Carv rug by Karl von KydtaBgyard Em broidery by E Day McPhorson Orie tai Designs by Arthur WD w son j articles sad designs for clitaa paint Ing bv Charles Volkmar F Bowel Prisetman and R C Darby For tile interior decorator are shown views of R Country Hall and a City Hall with suggestions for their treatment Time supplement designs for Wood Car inghina Painting Embroidery and Pyrography Price 35 CfiltL The recent success of the Briti b arm ever the Mahdisls iis the Soudiw dern cannotti e rlir c1IySJt Ia t tuxtonUm fcttytWArxbB wept l blkm thew JB htoq4t- aUh tiOf int WsioJ1owbit the lwar ADa L Ii 1 minute and second of death were folly ordained Therefore the believing soldiers selfregardless fighting was for it while invincible Confucius Zoroas ter Buddha Brahma Mohammed each of these great religious thinkers now has his followers beneath the far flung flag of the United States It is consequently the highest political wis dora to understand wbat each of our new wards believes The February number of the Cosmopolitan will contain time first charter of Tho Founding of an Empire by John Brisben Walker Tho first part gives a birdseye view of Mohammed and his religion I CORRESPONDENCE UNION CITY i A Sunday school will be organizedat the Baptist church next tjuuday Mrs Jennie Canon of Louisville is visiting at the home of her uncle John HamiltonMr Walker McKInney of Winchester visited his mother Satur day and Sunday Their many friends were glad to see Mr and Mrs Charley Ends at church Sunday with their little Forest Rev Ecton preached to a large and appreciated audience Sunday on Re pentance1 its origin necessity motive order etc Wm L Isaacs is quite a frequent tryingyoung maidens The auction at Noland Oldham on last Saturday proved quite a success A number of articles were sold at cx tremely low prices The village was thickly lined with people from dif ferent parts of the country Drs McKinney and Scudder two of our most prominent young men attend ed a hop at Richmond Saturday night However we would like to say that thisI Itheyus they have such an elastic step it was quite natural to suppose they went to attend a hop Nevertheless riot withstanding they be a fallacy in our- reasoning IRVINE fEsttll County Geo Williams is buying cattle in the upper counties Millard West of Lancaster was in Irvine Monday on business Goo Vaughn a student at the Lex iugton Business College is visiting in IrvineMr Breck Hill of Beattyville was in town Monday and delivered poll cal speech that morning at the court house Misa Annie Wagers passed through Richmond Wednesday on her way to Ford to visit her dater Mrs Ward StevensonMr has moved his goods from the Flynn building in Cut Off into one of the Lilly store houses on Public Square Miss Lula Snoden gave a party to her young friends a few night since Although the weather wasdisagreeable the evening was greatly enjoyed by thoso present Mr and Mrs Sam Vaughn left Ir vine Tuesday for Kansas City where they will make their future home Miss Judeth Tudor accompanied them as far as Richmond C W Miller a young Lexington wyer is attending court at this place illlr Millers old Jiome and his two weeks visit will be pleasantly as ell as profitably spent Mr G E Lilly of Richmond arced mondav to attend court Mrs iIly accompanied him and the week will be pleasantly spent with the family of Col H C Lilly Judge Redwine arrived Saturday to old circuit court here Attorney Hugh Riddell instructed the grand jury Monday morning and Judge Redwine begau trying cases in tire afternoon although still suffering from an attack of grip Dr Young pastor of the Richmond 51 E Church South lectured Ved- nesday ovenlngftt the Irvine Metho dist church The lecture was splendid and enjoyed by all Ills subject was Temperance and made a deep impression on the audience Mr Sam Thomas and wife of Lex Ingtonwere at Estill Springs last week making arrangements for having the garden planted and the grounds put in order for June Mr Thomas will be proprietor this year and many predict this will be the most prosperous season in the history of Estill Springs TUB MuCTAINEEn RYDAY HEROISM I Struggling through life cursed with catarrh is a common experience How ever nerom the fight catarrh gcn erally wins j Under some SS nameorotherit ofus Frank E Ingalls Waco fT Tex ud thou Il1dsoothershaTe beea pnoeatly cured ofcatarrh remedyPernnaDr S ff JfartmttH Columbus Q DEAR Sun Pernaa and Manalin have cured me of otc of the worst cases of catarrh any oee ever had lyeaso- was so severe that 1 was compelled to discontinue my business that of conductor on a railroad bat I am now eatlrcly welL Ordinary treatment of catarrh is for local relief Cures are sot expected Dr Ilartmans method eradicates ca tarrh absolutely Get Ills latest book and learn how to combat this insidious disease The Pena na Medicine Co Columbus 04 will mall Dr Hartmaas Woks free oq appllcatioB IL A Scott Birt Temm writes I feel very thamkfkl to my Maker awl your twodfeiiMi that 1 asarea I wmld aM Ie W ittwt Pa T M 1 the IMMM L raDwaeua tar4t fOr fort eUL It lg H theo4e oil WW lAU4t is- hIIiii 7 DEKKTin Lwilig Specialists of America 20 YEARS HI OHIO 250000 CUREDj WE CURE EMISSIONS Nothing ran bemoro demoralizing 7OangormIddlearred tKmen than tho pros Theyproduceof disgust and wholo train of irmptom hi lllteyouthnatnratweakneaor New Method Treatment wilt positively OCURENO PAY t orlaterElpol may Mearo not tll1 mw YonIwill euro Jon You run no risk 15YoanprJ and haggard nervous irritable and ex t You become forgetful mnotoe pimpIesunken revtILlthoWE CURE VARICOCELE JNo matter bow serious your case may ourrwtotheirrexual organs receive nourish ment Th organs become vitalized all unnatural drains or lus es cease and tempormylwne5tNO cum NO PAY NO OPEKA DETENxloN CURES GUARANTEED SYIIULISOLEETI I SEMINALNEY dlseiuea CONSULTATION CIIAItGESMODERATE for a DUNK for ilOMB TREATMENT 9KENNEDYS KERGAN 122 W FOURTH ST CINCINNATI O j b SPiICURED with vegetable curedCtell4arfreeR ao TO THE English Kitchen 12 W Short St Lexington Ky J W MASTERS Proprietor Regular meals 25 cents Lodging 25 centn Most convenient and centrally located hotel in the city Fine equipped bnr in connection L UPUJM r IL 4 tt and Whiskey Iablts rnrcdat home without pain Hoot of par REnaHMlice 1M North 1ryor St VulcanChilled tJ Plowrliii lOur Goods AND MHfM Our PliCe5 Compel you totrade with u when you give us a trial 1llia ffi 9JE 1llim ID ll ill Im JJV W 1Jl1J 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 wit- h1hItBAND Gibson1 YV1H1HoshaICo1Commission Merchants Cattle HOES ana nee UNION STOCKYARDS CINCINNATI 0 TELEPHONE 7346 JAil information regarding live stock cheerfully furnished Consign your stock direct to us eept7ly +CALL AT + + + + dIlffliiSALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found dispensedbydating clerks Genuine Saratoga Water Kept on Tap SPhone 3 Second St RICHMOND KY PLOWffiIi T1MEE- 3 Is right at hand so is the j And Bell CenterCut L1 IE mjIiijIfound in a firstclass Hardware Store such etcEIII I fi MR WM BUCKLEY our experienced tin gutteringjJWe will not be- Undersold Taylor Bros4j 4 a r i f36 El 8 El- El i El El El El E156 tJ Madison Monumental Works ESTABLISHED 3863 JAMES it HAMILTON EHQIEIETOK MeiiMCits Tombs Heaistties SUtiirj and F reigi aid Aiiericii Martle aid Granite ++ fFINE WORK A SPEGIALTY ++ ++ +tH+ kifli1lolCcmetpryWorknOf the M E Ciiurch1pn Irvine Street wlieri they will IJnd constantly on hand a large stock work to select at prlcts tosuWallclaees o4 InCentra1KentnckufdesignwbielmQIRP4LTEQSAG ISQtJICITED JAMES cHg Proprietor I- niiiiiiuii cu WeDont S Want a Cent i Of your money unless jrou get value received for it For that reason we are always glad to have you look around the store and learn how much better you can do here than anywhere else 1JII C cD- S J- t tij Bedroom fIIIISuitesIn BirdsEye Maple Mahogany Golden and Antique Oak Beautiful Brass and Folding Beds Elegant Sideboards j Tables0ddV Parlor Cabinet Book Cases Hat Racks Etc Etc There is also on display in my store the elegant display of Morris Chairs ever brought to Richmond i My MoquetteRoxberry J be excelled y A handsome line of Couches in Velvet and cityClothesSmyrna and Wilton Rugs are also attract ive 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 pictur- estbTkatci chargeof Ii Jand funeral director It will pay you to call on me before purchasing elsewhere 4 SI NEVILLE MOBERLEYI Successor to J S Collins B3NIGHT PHONE 33S J A BOON TO MANKIND n DTABLERS BUCKEYE A New for the Certain Cure of and PILES PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBES BY MAIL 75 CENTS BOTTLES 50 CENTS JAMES F BALLARD Sole Proprietor 310 North Main Sfret ST LOUIS MO For sale by PERRY THOMAS Druggists3nUo1y SEND US ONE DOLLARCalUUM MI aid Mad lth llUOva lH vllMadr lSKr- ixriiuriD yew rmum oiuus b7tIeSiC o P i Kivlaattoa can examine ftt yonrneareit rrelxbt depot ud ir you Sad It exutlr u nprcxBtnl equal to orrana that dru53IJSLea3175 IS OUR SPECIAL 90 DAYS PRICE Ma prlctClurft4uooflllDtIUBLKllDSJfDnTrunD itbeautifullaudornamnDdlaeU Inches tang ainches wide and weigh Ht pound Con riippsidasi plmI Jn 3 01117aIMttleabellows stock and flao leatber In ralvee TSPACME QUEEN U fornlibed witS a Will beTeleU plate yreoch mirror nickel plated ad every modern improvement If Uc rBwa sits alMl aad u kwteriM brtrMUaa Soak aaMhkct lth qcvxoiiIsaue by the terms and oondttioni ot wblch If aay part irlree out ve repair frt feharce Hone month sad wa wiU reruns you money ttm are perfecily s 8 01TUI1IR j r CJ I I I o- JCD JCY most y I not PDl CURE Discovery INTERNAL EXTERNAL WITHOUT 9UBREUA8ILITTISESTABUSHEB fat T not dealt wtttt Sat your nftghbor abone aawrjle thepubUBeroMilepaBeroTMetro UtaaHaaonal io NIIIpII7laOldealroChicaio and employ rl7 people In our owe building iuxowiu IT tlLOO sad apt ruxos IIMIO aad up also tTerytbina la tanami Inftmtaenu at lowest wboleaale price Write tar free rperlal organ piano EalUrSEARS HAV a I t F1dfldaHavanat nSolid trains finest In the South Cincinnati to r Jacksonville daily via the Queen and Crescent and connecting lines Through connections to Tampa Miami or New Prleans with fast Steamer Service to Nassau Key West Havana Santiago arid San Juan Low rate round trip tickets The TraIn SerJcc is per fed in detail Fast sched Was 24 hours to Jackson i villc 54 hours Cincinnati ta L Havana tGP c e IJi J i pi jri1 j TI Ih I I c th t t ifhe Richmond Climax J C CIfBVAULTProAeton nd E to- A C B WOODS Aaoclate Editor I WEDNESDAY APRIL 5 1899 jPtJBL18Ur1 VERY WEDNESDAY BY The Climax Printing Co l RICE PER YEAR 150 ANNOUNCEMENTFOR We are authorized to announce JOHN B OHBNAULT of Madison county a candidate for the office of State Auditor subject to the action of the Democratic State Convention FOB EEPBESESTATIVE We are authorized to announce M IT WILL lAMS a candidate for the Legislature subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce W W COMBS a candidate to succeed himself in the next ajtvfr of the State of Ken tucky subfitt to the will of the Democratic party CALL FOR COUNTY CONVENTION Jteolwrf That a District Convention sbaU he hold in the Third Railroad District of Kentucky on Wednesday April 26 1809 for the purpose of nomi nating a Democratic candidate for Railroad Commissioner in said dfstricL Said Convention will meet in the city of Winchester at 1 oclock p in Delegate jo said Convention shall bo chosen at County Mass Conventions to be held at various county seats in the district at 2 oclock pm on Saturday April 15 1809 That the basis of representation from each county to the District Convention shall be one delegate for every two hundred votes aiid 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 ttio norniueeof said District Convention shall be entitled to participate in the County Conventions to select delegatesJ M LASSING Chairman SOUTH TimiiiLE Secretary Pursuant to the above call I request tho Democrats of Madison county to meet in Mass Convention at the Court House in Richmond Ky at 2 oclock p m on Satimlay April loth 1899 to appoint delegates to attend the District Convention to be held at Winchester Ky April 20th 1809 to nominate a Democratic candidate for Railroad Com missioner in IheThird Railroad District of KentuckyJOHN B CunxALT Chmn District Com Madison County Ky March 24th 1809 Mil ALOKU lain Cuba Let him count the victims of Eagans embalmed beef buried on the isle they went to saveTins receipts of the government for the half of March exceeded the expen bee by 8000000 Dingley law or revenue stamps No consideration will be given to tho suggestion of a ticket rnailo up or McKinley and Retd until the glad day comes when the tail shall wag the dog IT is a matter worthy of note that those who declare Mr Belmont in the right are those with whom Mr Bel mont voted in 1S9C SILVER Republicans who voted for McKinley solely because he stood on a platform pledged to bimetaUismshouId attend the meeting of Bimetallic Leagues at Louisville on May 9 10 11 IN the promotion of stamp deputy Hawkins to the division deputyshlp Collector Snpp of the Fifth District pleases that large element which is without influential political pull but which tins the power of voting Mr Hawkins is a gentleman honest pa triotic worthy popular His only fault is his politics but his best friends of all parties recognize him as an ornament to his party and to his profession In his case merit and a clean character have received merited recognition and Collector Sapp may rest assured that he has made no bettor appointment eiiine he received his own commission CFiBroyVerCoij LEXINGTON KY YE TERDA Y lJ lt J I We opened 200 pairs of me t dium priced Lace Curtains and put them on saleatprices pthatare ev ery bodjrs reach rI PATTERNSNOT f 1iNO1 A SOILED PAIR i tAT 100 Six or eight styles full length dainty de- l j signs good servicea ble Curtains AT 150Ten styleswhite- and Ecrue 3J yards Klongextrawidth r AT17AT 225 AT250 The choicest most de sirable lotof Curtains ever shown in the city 50 pieces new Mull and Silka line from 7i to 15c lOpieces rancy Cretone Stripes at 25c i Ve W to Una The Principles tf t This Store Satisfaction in every in stance Your money back if goods are not as represented Polite careful attention whether you are buying or looking r C1F1BroerCo11- 4 MAIN AND BROADWAY LEXINGTON KY nlf 1i i I J DEMOOBAOY triumphed Monday in CJee1laMNewark Portsmouth Springfield Ham ilton and other leading cities in Ohio The Republicans carried off the large cities only Cincinnati and Columbus Which way is the wind blowing did you say IN the Democratic State Convention June 21 the counties of the Eighth District will have tho following repre sentation on the bases of one delegate for eyery fraction of 200 votes cast for Bryan or one fOrovery fraction of 100 or more Jessamine 7 Anderson 6 Boyle 6 Garrard C Lincoln 8 Mercer 9 Madison 14 Bockcastle 4 Shelby 13 Spencer 5 THE Ohio Bimetallic League composed of tho Bimetallic leagues in Ohio Indiana Illinois and Kentucky will be held in Louisville May 9 10 and 11 W J Bryan Geo Fred Williams of Boston Chas Towne of Minnesota and other noted silver men will attend the meeting It will be the largest and one of tho most important political gatherings ever held in Kentucky WHENEVER a manufacturing establishment restores the wages of Its em ployees to what they were a year or two ago Republican papers announce the fact in big black beadlines as an in crease of wages Every week the la boring men who are thrown out of em ployment by the organization of some new trust will greatly exceed those who have had their wages restored by some tariff protected employer Georgetown Times IF we properly understand the situation Chairman Wingates refusal in the Boyle county Legislative conven tion to side with anything that looked like a trick reflects credit upon that gentleman and indicates a proper though unfortunately rare conception of right and duty Whon friends of candidates aeek through paTtisan chaIr- men to gain unjust advantages the will of the majority or the rifihte of in dividuals are thwarted and party bar mony destroyed It would please fair minded citizens if there were more Wingate Chairmen everywhere In Boyle as elsewhere may only the best man win- ANEST BRYANS caustic refusal of Belmonts invitation to the Jefferson banquet the Lexington Globe says some people may blame MrBryanbut Mr Bryan is right however as there never can be any reconcilement be twoen Gold Democrats and true Jeffersonian Democrats who stick to consti tutional money gold and silver There is no middle ground upon which they can unite and become reconciled to future joint political action The Gold Democrats will consent to nothing but acquiescence in the Republican view of the money question and this the advocates of free mintage to both metals will never do What is needed is a new party aligument with all the Gold bugson one side and all the constitu tional Democrats on the other The Gold Democrats must go where they belong into the Republican ranks and the bimetallist Republicans must join the Democracy There is no tenable middle ground for the union of the now divergent Democratic winJI LAST Thursday the Lancaster Record passed its tenth milepost It was founded by a Christian gentleman of the highest type the lamented James R Mairs who gave it up to its present proprietor Mr Louis Landram a worthy successor and one who has never lowered his colors to the enemy of the public weal May the Record continue to be a credit alike to its founder its present proprietor and to the good county of Garrard A very capable judge of such matters is the versatile Joe Waters of Stanford who thus corroborates the foregoing Louis Landram is the hardestwork ing man in Lancaster and one of the best fellows in the world said Joe Robinson to me the other day and I know he told the truth He works day in and day out and fully deserves the success he has achieved in placing the Record at the front of the news paper procession in Kentucky print lug more local news and original edi torials than papers generally contain THE Louisville Dispatch was start ed as the peoples paper by the peoples money and they had a right to expect that it would be conducted in an impartial manner so for 18 the cattso of Democratic candidates are con cernod But certain candidates and certain newspapers have waged a war on the Dispatch and when that paper responds to the first law of nature to preserve its very life it is maligned and accused of having favorites and fighting other good Democrats As the Lord is our judge we believe the Dis patch has played false to no Democrat and most of all has been faithless to no friend If today it is compelled to take sides in the heated State Demo cratic contest it is not of its seeking It would be both a knave and a fool to meekly submit to the damaging attacks of designing men or to turn its back on those who in its hours of need have been and are still its friends Led by tho invisible band of its mighty rival the CourierJournal those who could not use the peoples paper for their private ends have turned trait or to the Dispatch and now seek its destruction It is the only hope of De mocracy In Kentucky and the platform on which it stands and the truths- it so eloquently and fearlessly preaches day by day make it dearer to the plain people of Kentucky who seek no office than all the ambitious candidates who for spite and revenge would ruthlessly wreck it May the peoples paper their day star and guidetheir only political hope in Kentucky the Louisville Dispatch be securely established a prepctual blessing though every turf beneath its feet be the sepulcher of bkstod selfish hopes no matter whose they are PROTECTION the great keystone of Re publicanism is slowly crumbling That party is becOming thorougbly aarmed because of the rapidly increasing member of trusts The fact that the trusts are detrimental to the best in terests of the whole people is not con sidered by the Republicans but then alarm is caused by the fact that the Increase In thetrusts promises to work an injury to tho Republican party which organization has bent its best energies to tho promotion ot trusts And as long as the trusts were beneficial to that party because of liberal campaign contributions the Republican organs saw in those trusts nothing alarming or detrimental to the public welfareNow howoyer those organs are be coming alarmed and IH their fright thny are f rg tlBg a great Busy things they are KCCMtpwed to Mt the bflBitta of the jKtteftlW UrI MIIM tiikieli JIM TiN f p1 dite f t i ItSptmg Unlocks The Flowers To 9 aW Uiclxugftmg Sot I And not even Nature would allow the flowers to grow and blossom to perfection without goodsoil Now Nature and people are much alike ihe former must nave sunshine latter must have pure blood in order to have perfect health Hoods Sarsaparilla cures blood tron bles of all sorts It is to the human system what sunshine is to Nature tho destroyer of disease germs lit never disappoints Poor EloodThe doctor said there were not seven drops of good blood In my body Hoods Sarsaparilla built me up and made me strong and well SUSIE EBEOWK 16 Astor Hill Lynn Mass Dyspepsia etcA complication of troubles dyspepsia chronic catarrh and Inflammation of the stomach rheumatism etc made me miserable Had no appetite until I took Hoods Sarsaparilla which acted like magic I am thoroughly cured N B SHOTT 1874 W 14th Av Denver Cot Rheumatism My husband win obliged to give up work on account of rheumatism No remedy helped until ho used Hoods Sarsaparilla which permanently cured him It cured my daughter of ca tarrh I give it to the children with good results MRs J S McMiTB Stamford Ct Hoods Pills cure liver lilt the nonirritattn and only ctbartle to take with Hood SarnparlUa St Paul Ninn PioneerPress almost hysterical in its alarm and this uneasi ness has been communicated to other high protective organs notably the Chicago TimesHerald The Pioneer Press demands as did Mr W S Mob erley in his address before the Pran dennial Club on Friday night in this city that the Republican Congress take action to overthrow the trusts and suggests that this may be done by repealing tho protective duty on every article controlled by a trust Com menting upon the PioneerPress article the Chicago TimesHerald both Republican papers says Most certainly it should be the duty of Congress in both branches of the Republicans have a majority to abolish or suspend the protective duty on the products of any which has been organized into a trust and which has arbitrarily raised tho prices of products No mercy or consideration should be capitalthattariff to mulct American consumer It Republicanskirts from all responsibility for trusts which under shelter of the tariff exact peopleWherever tariff en hances the price of the product of a trust to the American consumer it should be reduced or removed entirely That is a pretty safe proposition Its adoption will remove the stigma of fostering trusts from the Republican partyShould the Republican Congress act upon the advico of these papers the Dingloy protective tariff would pre sent the appearance of a sieve II Con gress acts upon this advice tho best and quickest plan would be to repeal tho entire Dingley protective tariff law at one swoop and then spend ten minutes in making a new one providing for prot- ectIve duties on the exceedingly scarce articles not now controlled by trusts As about 200 trusts are now in operation a repeal of the protective duties on all articles controlled by trusts would be a repeal of 00 per cent of the protective duties provided by the Dingley lawand would be the most com Irehensi vo free trade measure ever adopted by an American Congress Gov McCreary remarked in his address before the club that trusts begin to levy tribute upon man the moment he is born into the world they levy tribute upon him at every stage of his career they levy tribute upon the box in which his dead body is laid and the marble trust levies a tributo upon the shalt that marks his last resting placo From the cradle to the grave man is fleeced bytrusts but not until the formation of trusts promised to work an in jury to the Republican party have the Republican organs become alarmed And now that they tire thoroughly alarmed they lose sight of the fact that the remedy they propose the with drawal of protection is as far removed from Republican doctrine and precedent as the poles from tho equator The CLIMAX repeats the keystone ot Republicanism crumbling PERSONAL State Auditor Stone was here this week Mr James Bennett has returned from Lexington T Judge Burnam came from Frankfort on Saturday Col John G Cole of Winchester was here Monday Mr Bolton Kilgore of Glasgow visited friends at Paint Lick Miss Nettio Biggerstaff is visiting friends in Indiana and Ohio Mr Ed Doty of Fort Worth Texas is visiting Paint Lick friends Dr T P Gardner of Irvlnevra8 In this city Friday and Saturday Judge and Mrs T J Scott caine over Thursday from Jessamine Mrs D B Shackelford entertained the Chafing Dish Club on Friday Miss Nettle McGuire of Why Not Ky is visiting Mrs Jas Hamilton Mr W P Crooke ot Rockcaatle Is visiting his brother Mr B F Crooke Mr Emmett Voriesf of Owen county was shaking hands with old friends last week Dr C A Fish has returned to Paint Lick from the Louisville Homeopathic School Miss Maude Miller of Irvinoj is the guest of her cousin Mr Hugh Miller in the county Dr Robert Salle who is studying dentistry at Louisville has returned to Paint Lick Hon Ben S Crutcher during circuit court is the guest of Mr and Mrs Goo W Evans Jr Mr Wyley Combs of Jackson county was the guest of isis daughter Mrs To S Hubert last week Miss Nannie Royce of Madison county is the guest of her aunt Mrs Benton Winchester Sun Mr David Prewitt one of Clarks handsomest citizens a typical Ken tuckiau was here last week Mise Cnrraleen Smith spoilt from Friday until Monday at Winchester the guest of Judge and Mrs J M Ben tou Miss May Taylor and Miss Stella DaaenRIchmondwere visiting Mr HoriM bust week Nksholaayllte Dm9- CYIW 1 JIfJWfriM k i i tJ 1iit r H glad to hear of his appearance once more on tho streets after several weeks illness Miss Mary Spencer Smith is expected home on April 16 from a visit to her sister Mrs Henry M RoRersof FranK fort Ohio We learn with pleasure that Mrs Harrie Miller Winn of Winchester is about recovered from her long and very seriousillneas Stuart Crockett tof Richmond Uni versity spent Sunday and Monday with his parentsDrCroekettandw- ifeJessainine Journal Mr and Mrs Johrf JHaganixJf Cor bin and Mr Hugh Hagan otLlyings ton have been toe guest of Mr and Mrs TS Haganibis city Mr A C Green wife and daughter Miss Stella accompanied the remains or Miss Kittio Phelps from Cincinnati and were present at the interment on Monday Misses Poyntz have returned from a visit to Richmond Dr Poyntz and Casenbnrg have been keep busy eo much sickness in the neighborhood Paint Lick letter in Lancaster Re cord Miss Elizabeth Feenoy who came over Monday from Richmond to attend tho Schalchi concert returned home Tuesday accompanied by her sisterinlaw Mrs John Feeney Bour bon News J R Davis is on a business trip to Cincinnati Mrs J R Davis and Miss Lottie MaydwelP accompanied him as far as Louisville where they will remain until his return Campbellsville TimesJournal Miss Sallie Miller returned on Satur day from St Louis where she has been with Mrs Mabello Terrell Bcggs who haabeen quite ill but is so much im proved that she will probably make a visit to Richmond this spring Mrs Lucy Miller Woolen writes from Mason Mason county Tex that the winter was like a continual spring As she read in the CLIMAX of weather hero 26 below she wonders how we managed to pull through without freez lug Mr Carl Day a well remembered student of 0 U is here enroute to Ir vine He is general manager of tho Day Lumber Co at Jackson He left hero for Florida two years ago weigh ing 124 Ho now weighs 210 and still fattening A H Severance has taken his wife nee Miss Florrie Heath to Ashville N C for the benefit of her health the doctors at Jennie Casseday Infirmary Louisville and her physicians here con curring in the belief that it was neccs sary to take her there Stanford Jour sal Mr and Mrs A D Miller of Rich mond Ky were guests of the family of Attorney J J Newport part of the past week Mr Miller is editor of the leading paper at Richmond and fa vored The Advance with a pleasant fraternal callHnrriman Tenn Ad A T Million exconnty super intendent of Madison who is representing the Southern Investment Co of Lexington is here for the purpose of establishing an agency According to the plan as stated it is almost like find ing money to invest in itStanford Journal Messrs W B and Joe T Jones were summoned to the bedside of their brothr1I1r Wm Jones at Blackstock S C last week The latter is some better now His wife was formerly Miss Pattie Gilbert sister of Mrs Sue Dudley and Mrs Wm O Chenault of this county Miss Laura Bennett entertained the Crokinolo Club on Thursday night As usual the evening was delightfully passed President Jim Keale is in favor of making a very sensible rule that guests of the club and members here alter be confined to reasonably expert players The reason is obvious- A letter from Lt Travis Duff Co G 2nd Kentucky which sails from Cuba for the states this week confirms the story about his perilous escape from marrying that Cuban belle We supposed the story was a canard but Travis says lie was the worst scared soldier in Cuba that day Joseph A Myers after a visit of soy eral days to his home in Richmond spent Tuesday in Nicholasville on his way to Georgetown where ho is now locateduMr A D Miller wife and daughter of the Richmond CLIMAX passsed through Nicholasville Tuesday enroute home from Harriman Tenn where they have been visiting tho past week Jessamine Journal RichmOndjspant Letcher who will graduate this year from Central University will be the first lady graduatofrom that college Not by any means However her Bister Miss Russell Letcher was tire first lady who ever received a degree from C U which was In 91 Miss Lou Murray she of pleasant memory for her gentleness and chris- tian character is matron of tho Eye and Ear Hospital of Washington City a wealthy institution which is provid ing everything for the comfort of its accomplished matron She writes that the French Ambassador was a late in mate whilstother distinguished person ages are frequent patients there Mr W S Moberley entertained tho Prandennial Club on Thursday eve ning and Joe spread the supper one of the most satisfying and elegant of the many to which tho members have been treated The subject of discus sion was Trusts upon which interesting arguments were presented by Messrs McCreary Moberley Tnrley Taught and Crook Dr A W Smith and Mr C E Woodswere the new members present Mr Norman will entertain April 27 when the subject will be Public Ownership of Municipal Franchises There is money in many sports but baseball has diamonds in ItL A W Bulletin Awarded Highest Honors Worlds Fair DR ICE CREAM BAKING POWDIR MOST PERFECT MADE A JMilPrape Cream p TirUr Powder Fpw MM Alum or my otter dyjsm nt 40 YUUU Tea ttANBAUI sp ri 9 iikt K4CJi WOI9LSo JuBtificationiBy Faith will be the subject cf Mr Smiths address at the First Presbyterian Church this oren ing af730 The regular meeting at the AVaco Baptist church has been changed from 11 a in to 3 p m on Saturdays Preaching as usual on Sunday at 11 a i IJ1 MARRIED o AXEitXNEWiItYLMr 0 G Anicrino daurhterofbirmarried at tho letters home last Thursday 1 BIRTHS PAnKsTo the wife of Half Parks of Brookstowu Sunday night a fine Jti GAyTo the wife of Nelson Pro witt Gay of Clark neo IIss Lila Manning Chenault a son THOMAS To the wife of John C Thomas at BrooKstown Thursday night a tenpound boy ROGERS To time wife of Henry M Rogers nee Miss Alma Smith on Sun day March 26 a handsome 10pound son Henry M Jr The mother is a daughter of tho late Dr Curran C Smith of this city and is a sister of Miss MarySpencer Sm- ithDEATNS ROZELLE On March 25 at OFallon NIo Mrs Pauline Stone Rbzelle wife if Hon Arthur Rozelle Labor Commissioner of Missouri and daughter of Col Robert H Stone formerly of Madi son Deceased was born 1859 in this cOunty and leaves many relatives here Stones McDowells Irvines Rodes jtc Mrs Rozello was a lady of many traces and of raro intellectual attain meatsSiosAustin Ballard Stone aged years and son of Tobias Stone died an Thursday near this city Ho leaves wife formerly Miss Goodlett and one child Ho lately bought Lyman Par rishs livery stable and had inherited a nice sum from his wealthy grandfather tho late James Austin Ballard The funeral was conducted by Rev W R Lloyd and the burial in the Richmond cemetery We have heard expressions of the deepest regret over Mr Stones death He was greatly beloved for his sunny nature generosity good fellow ship and other noble qualities To his bereaved ones our sympathy is extended PHELPS The community heard with distinct regret of the death of Miss Kit tie Phelps the aged sister of the late Mrs Nancy Green which occurred on Saturday in Cincinnati at the residence of her nephew Mr A C Green Aunt Kitty had been in declining health for some time and her death was not unexpected though none time less sad The remains were brought to Rich moud and after services at the Chris tian church were interred in the cemetery in the family lot wherein lie the bodies of Mr and Mrs I T Green Silas T and Fiancis Marion Green Rev Dr JJoyds sermon or address was very touching He recited the facts connected with the early history of the Christian church in Madison county with which the deceased was closely identified A remarkable fact Is that Miss Pholps is tho last of the 52 original founders of this church in Richmond It was in 1844 that the meeting of Disciples was held in a little shop in this city at which plans were perfected for the erection of the pres ent commodious edifi- ceL4OCAL Coon Hunting Club A coon hunting club has been organ ized in Madison county and tho follow ing officers have been elected Neale Bennett President G W Evans Jr Secretary C H ClienauU Treasurer Rufus Stone chief climber Jas S Crutcher chief keeper of dogs T J Smith Jr Manager E E Mitchell inspector of hunting grounds Elmer Deatherajre seller of hide Harvey Chenault general supervisor Evans Evans Defectives JohnD Harris game warden Dr C II Vaught physician and surgeon A D Miller registrar Al Curtis custodian B W Milierorator It is a trifle late fu the season but tho club will have plenty of time to be ready for next season and with their splendid kennel of imported dogs they expect to catch from 100 to 1000 coons next season The club desires to purchase all the firstclass coon doss iiitms section Those having dogs for sale that come up to the requirements wilt please call on or address the president of the club Caldwell Contest A Declamatory Contest to select a fcirl declaimer to represent Caldwell High School in tho tournament at Some erset will take place in tho Court House on Monday evening April 24 Chorus by grade No 1 Swiftly Rise Wo From Our Place Chorus by grade No2 Twinkle Declamation Miss Kathleen Scott When the Cows Como Home Chorus by grade No 8 Bonnie Lit Brownies Declamation May Wallace Ballard RajogcIIY Man Chorusbjgrnde No 4 Pussy Cat and the Ow- lDeclamation Miss Mary TraynorS Ingomar Chorus by grade No 6 Old King Cole Declamation Miss Sadie 2Jaoghman Anriette Chorus by Grade JfoC Hunters Ptizo Declamation Miss LilHe Campbell Come Here Chorus by grade N07 r The contest of the boyBilt occur on Friday April 28 Electric Line te Lexington Dr David Bennett and two other capitalists arrived hers yesterday from Lexington In a closed carriage They returned in a short while after feeling the public pulse as to the advisability of building an electric line to Lexington Dr Bennett was surprised at our opposition to making Bichmoiid a suburb or feeder of Lexington and thought such a positipn inconsistent with our freetradcj Democracy Nevertheless we arcs opposed to trusts and believe tha this me to make Lexington the commercial centpr of the EJuo Grass is exactly ot that nature and wo are for Richmond flrstf M between the two places ana people Ifteido not believe the road will be encoeraged by the thoBghtfai ciU eM aatI merchants of tfete city IM a BMttw ofrfjwoteetlcn and Uths ptesmmu4ar ItMr gspo lfen4 I if jtia a t I Ftt iV 1 i iiiWE NAVE PLENTY IF COAL- ABi can mi orders i rolly Our Pine hot nil Slrallll Coals ctn not Creekicelled We also t hay ConI etc phone 21 nearR N I B Depot Terms tS Strictly Cash CNeffWillIams thing except a luxury Jo stunt her growthand importance faSa business ceriterlt will be thankfully received Enough people leave here already to buy elsewhere without making it morn expeditious to do so- VALLEY VIEW There is a great deal of sickness in this community Miss Alma Whitlock began a spring school afr Bethel last llondayIE L Haden went to Nicholasville Saturday returning same day The Barker Cedar Co has bought several rails ou the recent tide Miss Nnttie Big erstaff is on an ex tended visit to friends In Ohio and In diana The Kentucky river was on a boom last week as a result of the Republican administrationSeveral are kept busy working onthe booms on account of tho Re publican ndinistration A Sunday School has been organized at Sylome M E church South with Mm Kiltie Kanatzer as Superintendent Walter Taylor living with his brother inlaw Beverly BroacMns is danger ously ill and not expected to recover Mr Thatcher of the Barker Cedar Co Chicago Ill was here last week on connected with tho interest of their plant One dollar and twenty five cents a dar reminds us of good old Democratic times when time mills at this place paid that price under a Democratic admin istrationMiss Nanny Hall of Richmond spent Easter with time Misses Prather whytimeRichmond boys and pretty lasses is something that puzzles one of our dudes The Southern Lumber Co has ad vanced the oPlumber nearly fifty percent To counterbalance the ad vance in the price of lumber they have increased the pay of employes from 10 to 121 per cent an hour working them ten hours a day JAY ELI Ess Hows This We offer One Hundred Dollars Re wanl for anv case of Catarrh that can not be curea by Halls Catarrh Cure F J CHENEY Co Toledo 0 We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by their firm DrugjiatsToledoWalding Kinnan Marvin Whole sale Druggist Tolodo Ohio Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internal Jy acting directly upon the blood and mucous sarfaces of the system Testimonials sent free Price 75c per bottle Sold all Druggists Halls are the best 1m BIGFOURGIFT INEELrYSSpan- ishAmerican War Panorama Contains 160 superb halftone engrav ings made from photographs taken of our Army in camp on transports andiu actual service Spanish and American Gnuboats Cuba Havana Manilla Landscapes Architecture shows time manners and customs of the people of our new Islands Pictures of our Heroes DeweyGeneral Charles Kingknown as Captain Charles King the author Wheeler Hobson Roosevelt Sampson Miles Schley Shatter Leo Brooks Carroll Groups of Officers Cavalry Artillery Infantry Ships Rifle Practice Spanish Soldiers Insurgents Chickamaaga Jacksonville Tampa Last Farewell Letters Home Hospit ale Clara Barton Rough Riders SauL ago San Juan Manilla tho Beautiful Women of Cuba and Manilla The Album is 5Jx8 incites weighs 12 ounces printed on finest coated paper Sent FREE to any address in the United States Canada or Mexico for 12 cents in stamps or coin to cover post age and packing Copy may be seen at any ticket office of the Big Four Route Order at once as the edition is hum ited Address E O McConmcic Passenger Traffic Manager Big Four Route Cincinnati Ohio Mark envclope War Album It SEND US ONE DOLLAR andtUsad d sad 010 xw iao pUtr Uckrnde KSSUTOIK CULl br freight cOD snbect to examination mln It at tnd frtlrht tb nna This tore If size No L oven mGxtsrII ioiisizth mad rum beepiglron extra are Ana deary conn he llnlnss and fnulance oren Ibel btary tinUned oren door bandionw IcItI plated ornamentation and trimmings extra laree Itep genuine suviu ptntliia Ilsd raxmir hand om lam ornamented base t csd berade and a arnUh FCU an extra wood rrau making it a per fect nwl kenur ltK BlXnlld CfiUUTIt with enl and guarantee are del1nl to your rail road itatlon Your inral deal rwooUleha you 1500 for men a torr the I altolOu IIm far eaek milea a un JM Address SEARS ROEBUCK qOOHCJ IU Bun XMtmdi a an Uwreetkij nII MMr- aprSCm DX ijT RJ ALB ori LANDPhilip Rutledge as Executor of James Rntledge will sell publicly on the premises 3M miles south of Winchester Ky on the Two Milu road near Flanagan Station on the L N Eatlroad on Tkk april 2011 at 13Q p m time land owned by James Itutledge at the time of his death con stating of 3SO ACRESS- aid land is in Two Tracts 0110 con taming about 106 acres on the east of the Two 1111road time balance of the farm being on the west side of said road The is one oJ the best in Clark county nearly all being in grass There is a house arid other Bflceeaary improvements on taei tract The tracts will lie offered s rately aUl then as a whole and time ok accepted which will produce the mOltt money The byrne MUM ute ot land will be AnsmjHjd on the day of the sate HJP K13TLKME I t li =o mmm 11m SEAm 19 r LEGAL TEST 16036 Record 2Wi fourth heat in a race on a half mile track Sired by the great Election eer the only horse with 127 In 330 LEGAL TESTS tat dam by Don Victor by Williamsons Belmont 2d dam Minnie by son ot Uambletonian 10 3d dam Lanra Keene by Ilambletontan 10 all producing dams Sits sire Electioneer stands of any horse living or dead both as a sire of extreme speed and 230 performers and his son Chimes Is the champion trotting Stallion as a sire of taut and consistent race horses having to his credit seven with average records of 210 a distinction which is not equaled even by the great George Wilkes or any of his sons The public is well acquainted with such noted performers as The Monk The Abbot Fantasy Janle T etc from year 16 year the leading stars of the trnf The get of great horse also hold the records for yearling twoyearold and three yearold trotters LEGAL TEST is 16 hands high fine weight with a perfect disposition lie goes a fourounce shoe in front and behind and is quite a handsome horse Will stand at 1500 to Insure a living colt apr52mB H NEALE Dnzzgswe because we know nothing adout the drug business b- utPaMts We make sell and apply After more than 30 years actual practical experience in the making and putting on of paint we feel some what justified 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 keged of which they were unacquainted with the quality ot the contents We guarantee to give to the people of this and adjoining coun ties better paints tbatwill produce better re cults for less money than any concern this side of the larger cities Now make a list of paints wanted from White Lead on get figures from allt then get our figures and If we are not lower ana idve you better goods than any ono else we promise you that we wont asc you to buy inspectionO QIM1 won 203 STREE- TRICHMOND KY 43The largest and only exclusive wholesale and retail dealer in Paints Wall Paper Window Shades Window Glass Oils Varnishes Brushes Artist and Painters supplies generally stock ihe largest and prices always the lowest bSy1EXPERIENCE IPATENTS TRADE MARKS V DESIGNS rm COPYRIGHTS Ac Anyone sending a sketch and description may quickly ascertain our opinion w an Inrenuon Is probably puentable Commnnlca ions sulctlyconfldenuai handbook on PateDta eecxzrlngffiatentaIatents fjKcioJ notice without charge In the Scientific Jlm rita A handsomely Illustrated weekly largest cir culation of any tclenuflo Journal Terni fl a yetr four months H news dealers iUNN Co3slaroadwayNeW York Branch Office C5 F 51 WojnlEgton D 2827 E OTOnT Sccs 3joT Sai I am ready to furnish Thoroughbred Light Brahms Eggs at Si for The cockerels thst- I bought a few weeks ago are from the pen that took first prize at New Albany and Louisville Poultry Shows last year Can also furnish Thoroughbred Mammoth Pckin Duck Eggs at- Si for 12 Drake weighs fibs ducks 8 lbs Geoit Morgan has a pen of scored Black Lang shacs andhe will sell a few settings of eggs at II for 15 Orders filled In order as received Harry S Morgan mchl5 tf White Station Ky J DEIYING I IS BOTH HEALTHFUL AND PLEASURABLE and you can also say extreme ly comfortable when you are driving in one of our easy and handsome Buggies and Phaetons Our stock of fine carriages is unsurpassed for beauty style durability and general superiority and we are selling them at prices that will surprise you quality con sidered JOHN DONELSON Public itkQ- r LAiD AiD P R HALTY In pursuance of an order of the Madison County Court entered at its March term the undersigned State Dank Trust Company of Richmond Kentucky will as assignee of John PoWers sell publicly upon the premises in Madison county Ky o- nIn7W Apra 9 Beginning at 10 oclock am to the highest and bM bidder the foUowtngproperly viz A certain tract of land located on the waters of Silver Creek find on the Silver Creek and Menelius Turnpike containing 430 acres more orlaau Said term is One of the most desirably located farm jo Madison county being on a Turnpike and11jmlles from Silver Creek StAtion on the L MS Bit has a dweJU house and all necessary outbul1dlnpthercon in good repair The Is fertile and productive and to well watered sad in moat excellent coed tion At tfije same time aad place the following personal property wilt also be sold A lot of farm lag Implements tools cud machinery three aged zaules one 2yearold mare mule ore yearling horse mule seven head of horses IS eovri heifers and calves tvroyearllngbuUs three yearllnr steers seven hop and a lot of corn in the crib TKKltS The personal property will be sold upon Ij credit ot sixty all sums of requlredtointerest from date of sale all aims es than 11500 W be paid fcrJn cash LAND The land will be sold upon a credit of six and twelve months to bear Interest rom the darof sale and the purchaser will be quired 10 give bond with approved security for the pOrchMo woney a retailed to have this force and effect of a JadgraeBt In pCMOtBsce of an order of the Madison Coun Co rte tered at Its March term law theStilaBaakATmBt Company M assignee JJ PalKn will at Use same a4 lsee of hJcMetAatlteJJVewrs WcbrthH ftII of kuxi le Ms4 on the ws4srs 11 BDvcr CMek J if adtsea eon y Kr adoiaIsig t foseIag 1IMIWXlptthroe acres eC lga4 Je well sapoeed 5rtIIe sd eIuhiM 4ese of laid Jsv fadssa- otta eeIanIy 1Ie of stl sas tile m tm = ki of SM pfty of JeM Pwrs a- si isrUlltIIIItpqs i- 11- 1sMJsIa 4 rh twtm-nfi f I q Ii Li M1UIW 1 WE HA JUST RECEIVED j 1 J D Bolts Toffeto All Silk vIIi C N Co Brand which we willAdosell for a few days only the following prices No 80 at 20c worth 40c No 40 at 15c worth 30c c No 16 at lOc worth 20c This is a chance that the ladies of Richmond V and Madison county will have to supply- themselves with Ribbon ati the usual price A V The Ribbon is on exhibition at our store 4r A6 fJ c31T 1tT1e anmew a Is now open and we have new hits of all kinds V We invite inspection We are showing all the Novelties of the season Atprices that knocks vout competition o Our stock of SILK and SATINS Ec is larger than ever before We will be pleased to show you what we hayeJfWP are showing a choice line of Black Press Goods at 15f 202535 50 C5 75c 100 21 25 and 200 per yard Lace turtains 39c per pair IlP4 Dotted Swiss 8jc er yd up Seo our new Curtain goods fll Window Shades complete 10 to5Ocelt Matting l2 t021c per yl Lunch Baskets 10 14 and 19cC Childrens Baskets 5 and lOc n Ribbon Clothing Department isIdtJBtock Notions BabyBibs3 lowest 457lOandl4cI w Come see what we have sell whether you want buy VNole not Respectfully sub mitted to cash trade 5- ti E U ELOER JJ F 7I JK t e SAYifIE You your folks that when need any the Hardware Tinware Stove 1 line not stop until they get the Reliable House SHACKELFORD CO They now buying And receiving the Largest and Most Complete Stock for the Spring trade that ever came Richmond They have had lifetime exper fence the hardware business and they think they know tile peoples wants They pre pared you anything the hardware line for less money than you get the goods anywhere Now when you not trading with S Co just keep your hand your rabbit k foot and your eye peeled for hoodoos Ik ANY MEUW + Jill MAIN STREET RICHMOND KY Receivers Notice All persons owing accounts MargoUns can call my without additional COLYER Itecelver PiaMttrsNU8IAN TEA and Dyspep Regulates Liver Price cts WI heigC LatttiedWesOated Brewster rf Our Qur and Hard ware See what and Welts Our Laces and talk the Stock the Price 5 tto to y tell in of in or to to Old of D B are for 7 in are to sell in can same are on Gus oQce and settle same cost aprS4w cures the 25 SEALED proposals received building oclock Monday furnishing lights miscellaneous supplies washing hauline sprinkling streets building during ending deemed advisable reject reserved Treasury Depart WILLIS Custodian mcha32w Waatcd Situatiba Ryan gardner milker Small wages right Address Miller office marlBtl WATCH THIS EVERY WEEK Next week Ladies Meecedlined Hose worth 20cts for lOcts yds Torshon Lace for Bargains this week table linen napkins and counter panes The Maine Commission Co S Dry Goods Notions and other articles Remember the name when doubt THOS MHfiHEN Manager MAIN CJIKAPSIDK nov23ly RICHMOND SEND ONE DOLLAR asseeiSVDJSCTyeIUATpr OURPECIALPQ1CEsS- M 2risarss issa ae aS sent vltb order WEMAlEYH BU68Y cucbopaC au FIIsM 1roOcs lea ThAt utl 5sas or awe Bar trMtl lTa1JIIer complete o is complete buySee A at 9 to 25c aro the of theIJ I and i thing p I I to a at at II H Indigestion IanK will be at this until 2 p m 10 1899 for fuel water ice towel nshes and for this the fiscal year Jane 30 1900 or such portion of the year as may be The right to any and all bids is the meat 3 B old nn l to man care A D at this Advance Advertisement 12 4c in j in COB AND KY TOP r I J a r kt x J April 5 p asses saaim yu aaoII IUDay revaTs RamuIs lIARS vc NLa11 ii i TT aii uiji j7 w t d ii r fiBNTS t UptoDate j The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY APRIL 5 1899 Dr Hobson Dentist The best smoker the Proctor Knott ciJnr The City Council meets tomorrow uight Colyor postoffice has been ordered discontinued Mr Frank Miller moved his family to Lexington yesterday The Walters Party are closing their business here this week March came in like a lion and went out like a menagerie The Schubert Quartette entertain ment was a perfect success The Walters Party are closing their business here this week The Walters Party are closing their business hqre this week Last weeks weather was as varied as the colors of thu Kaleidoscope LawyerT J Coyle has moved from Iterea to Clover Bottom Jackson county Zena Cobb is much improved and hopes are entertained for a speedy re covery The mother of Dr G G of White Hall was lately paralyzed in Fayetto county As a crack shot Harvey Chenault has won the title of the Bogardus of Madison countywTho Itichmoud Electric Company has increased its capital stock from 1000 to 15000 Electric fans will be among the luxuries of the new light plant now be ing installed here Judce Sullivan has been ordered by his physician to keep perfectly quiet and receive no callers until he recovers from a slight relapse All persons indebted to Gus Mar golei are requested to settle at once with II IL Colyor receiver Mr John Ferrill has moved into the Fauluoner cottage on Fifth street lately vacated by Mr and Mrs Woods Drop a postal card to J H Mc Carty Richmond Ky upholsterer and lie will call and give you estimates on work v C D Chenault bought 35 long yearling steers from I lard in Field at Versailles averaging 700 pounds nt36 per head Bud Dunn of bites Station returned from Powells Valley Va last Saturday night with a car load of yearling cattlo bought at HI A wooden tie a reminder of the defunct and deformed street railway was exhumed on Main street last Wednesday llrquiacal in pace Fanny Morton wife of Ben Morton colored died Thursday as a result of euting greens in which it was supposed was mixed some poi 4Juoud weed Whose duy is it to take up stray cattle and horses tlat are just now de stroying the lawns anti trees of various premises about tu1 This query is asked by a suffering citizen This iti the time to clean the streetS while the filth is in a liquid state Leave it and it will be converted into dust and fill your eyes ears and noses Now is the limn to clean up A flue pauel portrait made in pastel of Mr Kjiuiuel Mices beautiful little boy deceased adorns the show wiudotut Miiberleyu arcade the work of the famous Vatter Party Artist Mr F Carr general agint of the L N at Purls has invested 2700 in a nice residence there Mrs Carr was formerly the beautiful Miss Lizzie Rice sister of Judge II C Rice of this city Mrs Julia Hunting of Berea bene ficiary of the late Prof B S Hunting has received of the Mutual Reserye Fund Ufo Association through special agent J W Chany a check for 3000 in full settlement of claim Mr Clarence Woods has moved again this time to the twostory Brown house on Fifth street near wjiere be lately resided Mr Woods is telling his friends that he Is an example of perpetual motion having moved seven times in thirty months Mr James Arhnckle son of Mr M F Arbucicle of Silver Creek las ac cepted a ckrkbhip with Messrs Doug las Simmons Personally popular and of wide connections he wilt add much to the firms success and they art to be congratulated upon his acqui itioo Wo have for sale three or four good stock milch cows with young calves one fouryearold stylish combined geld lug two combined mares suitable Jor phaeton drive with open bridle and are gentle for ladies They do not scare at trains We also have for sale four nice Poland China male shoals weight about SO pounds and some females of utile stock and age They arc strictly good One new iornplan tcr one good broad tire oxcart aif WnrE SoN LOST- A heavyplain gold ring Return to this WiI LIbQrl eJl t t t 1t 1t I WEAR NOW READY TO SHOW IYOUTHE LARGEST AND MOS COMPLETE LINE OF I SPRINGi JHATS FURNISHINGS to be found in Richmond All the neiv and iuptodate styles They cannot fail to please Come early and get your hoiceOur prices are lower than ever before kuown in Richmond t j f RICE ARNOLD I t Successors WALLACE RICE ff Proctor Knott Cigar Henry Koehlcr Company Lumber dealers of Louisville Ky in vito correspondence with Mill men buyPoplarDry or Green Write them apr5Cm Sent Up For RobberyIIn the Estill Circuit Rader and Pursely who recently rob bed Jonah Wagers store at Wagers ville were sentenced to the pen for five years Tney confessed to the robbery 0 0 The annual contest of the InterCol legiate Oratorical Association takes place in Lexington on Friday night CIhe will win Hatred Plymouth Rock Twenty years a breeder of this one vaiiety stock better than ever before Roosters from E B Thompson New York Eggs 11G to V setting 100 Mus M F AKBUOKIE Silver Creek Madison Co Ky m83ni They Want no Supervisort By a vote of 7 to 2 the Fiscal Court decided not to elect a Road Supervisor Their action is a disappointment to many who feel that almost any change would be an improvement ovor the present system judging by the condition of our thoroughfares Triplets Their April Fool Mr and Mrs Sidney Warmoth oftPaint Lick were treated to an April fool joke as a good many will think during these hard times when triplets ere born to them on Saturday last There are two boys and one girl Mr Warmoth is a farmersShooting at Lowell George White and Rol Merritt colSored engaged in a quarrel last day night at Lowell near Paint Lick whereupon White drew a 38 revolver and began shooting at Merritt the last shot taking effect in his leg No arrests have been made Answered by a Lady A lady of this city will in our next issue attempt to answer the oftasked question Why Doour People Buy Lace Curtains Rugs etc On The Installment Plan From Traveling Agents Wo leave to our readers to judge the merit of her arguments WantedbTo buy all dead cattle both in the city and county and will remove all dead horses without charge for the hides Headquarters at Hurst Fowlers store near L N depoteSAJI BBOOUFIELD apr 4w Richmond Ky New Deputy Jailer Commodore J Gordon Dudley re cently a very high private In the front ranks of the Fourth Kentucky has been sworn in as a Deputy Jnilor He is qualified with courage and fortified with friends and wo apprehend only a firstclass record from the Commodore A Handsome Dividend The Madison National hank de glared a semiannual dividend of six per cent on April The capital stock is 100000 the total earnings Sil 573 71 of which 0000 goes to the stockhold ors leaving above nil expenses 5128 07 balance This is a very fine showing The City Assessor on His Rounds City Assessor J H Kennedy as by his son Mr Prank Kennedy started on his rounds on Saturday Brush the cobwebs from your memory and the callousness from your con science tell the truth tIme whole truth and nothing but the truth about your possessions so help you God and see how quickly tile city tax rate will be decreasedEntcrsThs Arena at Last Mr E V Elder the well known merchant desirous of reaching a wider field through a larger number of renders has contracted fora lull column Space for a year In time CLIMAX His emporium opposite the Hotel Glyn don is a modern Department Store and his prices and goods will be regu larly placed before our readers in at tractive style See notice ofIA Big Scoop of special interest to Indies Tell him you saw it in Ike CUMAY Mme BeulanderHauillon Returns It will gratify many of tho wore fashionable of our Indies to learn that ainie BoulanderHamilton has returned to this city and wilt resum6 her busi ness as dressmaker with roonis in the Green house opposite time postofDce Tailormade suits and remodeling fur goods are among her specialties She Is eager to begin work at once and solicits a call from those desirous ot having Jhn highest class york in her line She has secured her best help of lest season Mrs Kcans Entertainment Mrs Lillie Logan Kean will reliiru from New York in time to comply with the public request to give a concert at Masonic Hall this city on Friday evening April 11 Her studies in tho East have eo perfected her voice that at tho great concerts given in the metropolis Mrs Keans appearances have been JhU signal for unqualified praise Her concert in Richmond will be marked by an outpouring of admiring friends such M will fully evidence the euykbte ftMiliOB she holds both as a JeVW ia1vfdwai sad K talented vo l lt1a t1 D WE HAVE PLENTY OF COAL And can fill orders S promptly Our Pine Knot and Straight Creek to Coals can not be ex celled We also handle Hay Corn etc Tele phone 21 near R N I S B Depot Terms Strictly Cash 0Neff Williams S Honor to a Richmond Physician On an outside page of todays Cij MAX can be found a lengthy notice of the honor that has been conferredupon one of onr best known physicians Dr H R Gibson by the Board of Trust ecs and Faculty of the Philadelphia MedicoChirufRical Society The honor carries with it the privilege of pursuing free any course of study in tho institu ion and implies tlio high standing of the recipient in his profession The article will bo read by the Dortors friends with much pleasure Horse Show The usual April Court Day Horse- Show was quite small compared with previous exhibitions Time spectators were given an opportunity to inspect he superb saddle stallion Lynn Boyd whose plate and pedigree appeared in these columns last week Also that grand animal Legal Test 229k by Electioneer property of Mr B II Neal See ad elsewhere in CLIMAX Be ides these there were Dr Hooker 2 23M and two fiuo Colts Wade and Spring Steel Woodford owned by Irvine Azbill W KelleYslPeaformed a very choice selection Won by C Debaters rIte debate between Central Uni versity and Georgetown College which took place on Friday night at Paris resulted in a victory Jar time for mer The subject was Expansionand Messrs Padlock and Abbott of C U had the negative side We congratu late tho young gentlemen upon their victory As thej will be called upon t meet Centre College in the final de ate we trust they will be equally as successful As a victory in debate is superior to one In oratory we believe more attention should be devoted to tho cultivation of argumentative pow rs of the members of lhe literary societies These annual intercollegiate contests will soon place debating in the proper rank Startling News For Farmers In a spec hat Frankfort on Monday Colonel James Andrew Scott Democratic candidate for AttorneyGeneral made the following statement that is of sensational interest to farmers in Ken tucky t 11 mel a representative of the Tobac co Trustsjast week who told me that hereafter Kentucky farmers wiulllle paid only tix cents a pound for their crops I told him that tobacco could not be raised for that price He said they would be compelled to raise it at that price or else tile trust would buy land import cheap Italian labor and raise its own tobacco Ho further toM me that the Coffee Trust had done the same WilY with the coffee planters and succeeded and the Tobacco Trust would do Jiko wise I think it time for the people to organize to fight the trusts Circuit Court Circuit Court is in session with Judge Scott and Commonwealths Attorney Grutchor on hand The Grand Jury is composed of T E Baldwin John S Long Jima Yates George Warner Jno Johnson Goo B Todd S L Micikitr D Z Taylor Talton Willouphby A R Gibbs Vel rovls and John Donol son The Petit Jury Is composed of J P Oldham Jesse Newby W T Harris Lyman Parrish J B Lucas Dennis Zittle Fount Rico Win Terrill j B Cqrnelison U A MeCord J W Smilh D B house Win Bennett J L Francis J C Adams T T Coving ton Eugene Burgin A G McGee Col line Coy James Hubbard D D Black RD Thorpe I J Potts and G 11 Duncan Jr The case of Lab Pence for killing Jim Smith is the Jlrincipal case on the docket Important sank Tax Cases Decided As this city recently accepted SI6 030 cash compromise for old taxes from the live banks of this city including the oldSecond National Richmond is just that much better off titan If she had awaited tho decision of the Supreme Courtof the United State Thnt tribunal on Monday decided in favor of the national batik at Owe boro which nnItionalState The decision is against tho city but the money secured from the different national hanks as compro mise payments will not be refunded to the hanks and it Is in this phase of time cure Richmond may be congralula ted It waj a part of the agreement made that no matter how time decision should be this city was not tube required to pay back any of tile taxes collected amounting to SIS 000 lubrietthe decision is that nUjZoual bank tranclibeickniiot be iax tlblltIthoi Qf e WE MISSESBLACK OUR SPRING GREETING 99I To our many customers of the past season we extend our thanks for their valuable patronage substantial ANDSUMMER YSCL01HINGand at much lower prices than elsewhere You do storeBecauseback of your selection choosingeasyOur statements are not mere sayso we stand ready to substantiate them with the solid merit of whichtoThat we are entitled to your patronage we can Aninspectionand low prices do the convi- ncingCOVINOTON MITCHELJU Yaavrrn3H3H1 Cuts wounds burns sprains and bruises qnickly heal if you apply Bal lards Snow Liniment Price 2Sct and 50cts Perry Thomas aprSlui Dont cover your neglected duties with tb cloak of excuse Rams Ilorr Why Suffer when 25c for a box of Digestos Dyspep Dyspeptics majorilyRams ItI OneFourth Off Clearing Sal 0 mvIll last By the forelock if you want the v i benefit of the OneFourth lCI 1110FF o On all Heavy Goods suchas Suits Overcoats Shoes Un tierwear HatscI L J J STRfNG 1M CWtier TieSMer elatter TwFIf l y XOT MIIAINI SBusyBee Cash Srtoes Bar ains shrewdestdisappointI yardTobaccoyardGoodyardGoodyardCottonade 4 Best New York mills Camlet Jeans lOe yard yardBest j Spoca1Priceswill go very fast at prices named I We are showing the handsomest and prettiest line of Crepons Tailormade Suitings CullingsofIn Ready to Wear Department we are showing a beautiful line of Ladies Silk BargainpricesSee 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 are a guar antee for their cheapness tr We termilk Hambergs J Our Hot Prices on All Kinds We have placed on sale the Hottest line of Clothing ever shown in this city carry everything in favor this sea son in this Get our Hot Bargain Prices on this before elsewhere I MT STERLING AND GEORGETOWN Sliver Anniversary This being the twentyfill anniver sary of time Christian Womens Board of Missions of America the Society of the Christian Church of this city will in common with many others over the country celebrate the event by a SiI ver Reception at the residence of the Pastor on Lancaster Avenue Friday April 7th from 2 to 4 in time afternoon and from 7 to 9 in time evening The occasion promises to be one of more than usual pleasure where guests will be duly served by youth and beauty and the ear charmed l y sweet music Friends of nil churches aro cordially invited to be present and a freewill offering in honor of the occasion will be taken charge of by a committee of young ladies It is hoped that many will participate in the happy occasion Pigeon Shoot 0At the roll call ot tlie Madison Gun Club near the Fir grounds taturday where time second pigeon shoot was to take place every member excepting one AIr E E Mitchell responded and as the latter had notified the club that it would be for him to be present tho tournament began Mr harvey Chenault leading oft At the close of the seventh round it was fonnd that there were not enough pigeons to complete the tenround shoot anti Harvey Chenatilt and Jas W Smith having tied for place it was agreed by the club to shoot only seven rounds and allow timers gentle men to break the tie which was broken by Mr Chenault killing his bird Mr Smith failing to score in the eighth round of eight shots Mr Che nault killed six birds Second place was won by Joe Evanflwbo killed six out of nine The folio wing is the score Stints Jiirds Harvey Chenault 8 6 Joe Evans 9 6 J W Smith O 5 Dr V II Hobson 9t 5 rAKealWaller Chenault TJ V 4 Newand Jones 4 Joe Chenault 74aR R Burnam 7c 3 RETurloy 7t 3 A D Wilier Vy7v 3 DB Shackelford 7i 2 MS Cohen T 2 Elliott Smith Y l ifV 2 DrHC Jnapep JX 2 J W Bales 1C 7Jir 2 aH Chcnauir 7j 2 C K Shackelford 7 ELi Unite 7 2 R W Miller 8i 2 W nltfher T GWEvansJr 7 I Easy to Titlfp Easy toOB ao IC piuwly J tl ou rOII jljlhy DUrJII i2 r Sorenessol the Lungs fl is a forerunner of serious trouble Dr Bells PineTarHonoy will banish that soreness It will allay the inflamma tion and prevents further progress of time disease It is tho most efficient means of curing coughs colds and bronchial affections found in the an nals of medicine All druggists sell it It is usually easy to rob a busy man Atchison Globe Many people suffer untold tortures from piles because of the popular im pression that they can nut be cured Tablers Buckeye Pile Ointment will cure them It has met with absolute Riiccesi Price SOds in bottles tubes 75cts Perry Thomas aproui best efforts of the chairmakor npoimGoldenDays Dr Bells PinoTaMloncy will check the worst cough or cure a cult in one night It cuts the innm without exertion or straining and stops thorough at once by soothing the in flamed parts It invigorated the rca pirutory organs and lung tissues with renewed vitality It The Chinese actor never goes on the DailyNewsEven the most vigorous and hearty people have at times a feeling of wean ness anti lassitude Tho dispel this feeling take HerbIne it will impart vigor and vitality Price 50 cts Perry Thomas apr5lm A captnred ostrich always means a capCl1IcagoDlily Rbtunlathnt Curl My wife has used Chamberlains Pain Balm for rhuemutism with great relief splontlldlinimenthousehold use for which we have fonnd It valuable W J Coyler lIed Creek Now York Mr Curler is onn of the leading merchants of this vilage and ouo of the vicinItyWHerald For Sale by Perry Tholnns nprSlm Binningimmim That Hacking Cough is undermining your constitution sap ping strength Dr Hells Pine- TarHoney will cure it This is one of the most valuable ronmcdiea of modern times for cuugbs colds anti bronchial troubles Druggists scll it Price 25c Jfo euro no pay It An inmate of tIme poorltou e at Pis cataway N J is 127 years old Mothers Beware of those secret robbers of you r babys quiet and health Those sleepless niglilH and hours of tiresome ate taQSffllbythole- ttrri le enemies Of eb Ildhood worms fHtroy remove them with WhlteV Cream Vermifuge Price 25 cents Perry Thiomas apraItn Ajstrikoqt street railway employes ws prscf pltftted At Wheeling by the re fuacl ef the aipny to raise wages nt JT CUBANOiLesi CIs1rrBrsHlc Xiua adorr PrieeZ5 eislet b 1I4I ItieMM1I1f11f1 bs W fc a yardFineAllwool Dress Goods 36 inch wide stylish ard 35cNicet cents1IensBaby Shoes all colors and white 2Jc 1 i6e11ensMens Cassimere Pants black and blue 75c per pair Our Boys Knee Suits are all Double Knee and Seat our first Out The Have Just Received And put on sale a fresh lot of Cassino But 0 Toilet Soap price 8c a cake t the best Toilet Soap used We are selling nice Toilet Soap at lea cake We are showing all the new things in J Ribbons New Dress Trimmings New Laces and new Try a pair theyiiu Get Bargain of Hosiery Red We department line purchasing Respectfully weII OLIJ11AM COMPANY RICHMOND impossible HoodmPm To Cure a Cold in One Pay Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund money if it failr 6 cure 25c Time genuine has L B Q on each tablet nov96m Two disastrous collisions between ships occurred in the English Channel Those horrid fits of depression melancholy low spirits and sudden ir ritability that sometimes nfillet even goodtempered people is due to the blood being permeated with black bile Herbine will purify the blood restore health and cheerfulness Price SOcts Perry Thomas apr5lin A syndicate has been formed to sell whiskey independent of tho combine Deranged Functions qulninehoLlJRthsllull cold They open the pores and make time system susceptible to more cold Dr Bells PinpTarHoney goes to the seat of the trouble and checks a cough nightitE I Frost failed at Chicago for 493 000 For coughs and colds there is no medicine so effective as Conssens Honey of Tar It is tholdeal remedy Price 35 cents and 50 cents Perry Thomas aprWin Thomas Salyer serving a twoyear sentence for manslaughter was jai doned by Acting Gov Worthington Apt Quotations sayingshaveother wire men from time iminenorial hut few people realize how many there are of them C I Hood l Co of Sar saparilla fame have over two thous and anti they have orginated time In genious plan of serving them up in de leetnblo shape in thousands of news papers each ono neatly turning a point as to the merit of their well known mexliciuo The extensive uSt ol these proverbs is Original and creditable to- UoodsCo V Two more bodies were taken from the Windsor Motel ruins I was reading an advertisement of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Bemedy In the Worcester Enterprise recently which leads urn to write this 1 can truthfully say Inever used any remedy aqual to r colic and diarrhoea I have never had to use more than one or two doses to cure the worst case with myself or children WA Strand Popomijke City Md For saleby ferry Thomas apr5lrn Fire caused a loss of 85000 at Hous ton Tex A word to the wise issufflcienfand a word from the wise should be suffi giant but you IlK who are the wise Those who know TIt oft epoated ex maybeTerry s ys Chswnberlolns Cough Rem edy jrivea better at Wsetion than other in the market He JM been in fortAtIee UIM remedy nearly all other colMdfcio aaaned whieli- sho eoaibiiviui tUt CLllnt-bee f IA flw Popk- tbdMjb iIeil N W 1 TIOW a I2I1i fr i PI cnrc3anSonrStcmach and Summer Complaint rIce 25 Cents OWhileA case of smallpox is reported from Ohio county Tetter SaltRheum nnd Eczema incllJentandSkin tis 0JuiJIJlleschappedtad chronic sore eyes 25 eta per bos ar3justcondition Tonic blood purifier and rermifngo They are not food but ahorsoents per rnlrn Fred Kripkie was killed by the burst lug of a taw in a mill at Paducah tAI Slower K thathmvtt f In like manlier Hoods Sarsaparilla 1 expels from the blood impurities that have been deposited duiing the season intlittleperapiraunit abeanteachers anl others who spend their time indoors It gives the blood richness anti vitali strcngtiienbe i sIriughumorsIt is the best medicine money can inipnroI t The annual meeting of the Confeder ate Veterans Asiociation is being held Lexington When Traveling Wliother on pleasure tnt or butinese take on every trip a bottle of Syrup of Figs as It acts most pleasantly and of- ectually ou time liver and bowels preventing fnver headaches and itlier fmms oi sickness For sale in 50 cents bottles by all leading drug lists Manufactured by tug California Fig Syrup Co only Sometime it seems to weary woman that the must certainly give up The simplest and easiest work becomes an almost Insurmountable task Nervous ness sleeplessness nnd pain linings her livingDrGoldenMedicalThe former is for ills distinctly femin rystemTOJCtsuccessful course of treatment The Favorite Prescriptionrf stores healthy distinctlyfemiinostrengthens time tissues allays inflam mation Time Golden Medical Discovery makes appetite helps diges mien promotes assimilation fills out time in cheeks and neck with roOd solid flesh and bmck the gkd KDi glow of girlhood toWoddg r Uoi J ffw Jf YsaiL recelyeDr PoI I Oeon fme Adfit V Jj t kJ i u1IaT o 1- pjJI i ritSJowstoJ I- h Ib J A t- tl h WantedAn Idea =Protect your Ideui they may bring you wealtn frttf JOHN WaiblncWn D ctor tbelr jIprzj otter aid list of no bundnd luTentloc wanted HINa I 8o B R1R1 Timo Table No 3 Taking Effect Mon day May 2 1898 1st Class 2d Clau WIT BOCKD Jfd 1No3 No9 Ez Sun Ez Sun Ex SOD lPM AM Versaflies 1AM S SI 5 NleholuTille 7 3S 648 Valley View 8 00 8 20u Million 41 8 13 8 IUchmondu 53 8 30 9 1- 5PM Union 12 13 10 00 Moberley 1216 10 Itrassfiel U3O 1025 Panola 123S 10 40 Irvine 105 1133 No2 No No No WEST BOtcnj Ox BUD Et Sun Ex Bun Ex Sun AM iiPM AM Irvine 200 1165 1anola 1 45 05 t BreefleW2 = Moberley 241 4- 51tLCO Union 2 47 f S 15 2 15 i Milton820 8 300 7 Valley View I 3 41 3 25 p Nloholanll1e 6 4 10 4 30 J Yer9afllei7 III 5 00 6 10 C C p ii jfJAll trains connect with Louisville Southern to and from loiihville t All trains ooniwct with O N O T P trains to and from Cincinnati J W RaCK Train Dispatcher W II ADAMS Superintendent n WanledAn Ideaotaoeltmple t Protect your Idem they may bring you wealth Write VEW k CO Patent Attor t nay Washington D C for their 811W price ceri- bd list cJ two hunlUe Inventions wanted j frJ f I ttljJ tI t Z O Ij i r ijtI C0 0 mtJ in 21 0 1 y 1 = 0 Z J Sa a 1 IrI CIjp U I 4 nnnnIk 0 I I C Is gggggggg COCCCODS i Q 33SBOB3 i 8 0no s It 0 g j 1 s j=Islogslo 11I g rn iiiiiiE3332333 IIDR CA1D WEALS tSYRUPCURES INDIGESTION PEPS 1 N rrnkror iiti R iIy In Effect December 5 DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY J J pm am pm pm 2 00 6 M Lye Itichroond Ar 7 20 2 ia 7 99 Winchester 42 6 16 41 Mavsville gao j 5W 9M Paris 8 510 M M Oeorifetown 7 60 4 28 7 19 11g Ar 1rantfoit Lye 7 00 3 40 Ailc for tickets via ParisJNEWTON Q P A l ijiii Ohio Rnl1 Y Time of Trains at Winchester Ky fiWBST BOUND Accom 6 55 am 7 80 am- A Accom 3 00 pm- t New York Limited FF V 4 pm f EAST BOUND- Lexington and Morehead Accom 9 15 am i New York Limited F P V1158 am Lexhurton and Mt Sterling Accom 0 30 pm Washfeeton Express 9 2a pm Accommodation trains run daily except Sun day Other train run dally Tlnough lleeping and lining car service to New York sleeperreservatlonsIRichmond Ky or QROnOE W BARNEY D ACOIty Lexington Ky i4 EASIER THAN EVER The present schedule of Illinois Central Rail road in addition to shortening the time to Memphis and New Orleans has made It Easier Than Ever to reach all points in Arkansas Texas Mexico Arizona and California The splendid train service with which the Illinois Centrals Memphis and New Orleans Vestibnled Limited II equipped makes it Easier Than Ever to take a trip to the above mentioned Is the only line which runs Free Reclining Chair Cars and Vestlbulled trains weeklyPullmJLYe Louisville every Thursday9 25pm Arr ltIemphlsFrlday8 18am if 45pmLveArr Houston Saturday8 45am Arr Sin Antonio Saturday4 45pm 45pmArrArr San Francisco TuesJay5 15pm Till Tie Into Writer to Uifonii I 1 Parties desiring to make a comfortable trip to k the territory mentioned will do well to com municate with R Fowler Traveling Passen 4 ger Agent Louisville Ky WM ALPOKD KBLLOXP A Q P A A II hANSON 0 PA Louisville Ky Chicago III dec29ly SOUTHERN Rt11L1t1Y KEKlUCKYI 18 1808 EASTBOUND No1 No5 N i74pmArIT 1I5OpmArAr Lexington 1045am 45pm ia35pm WESTIIOOKD No a No 1 TLv Lexington73sim 425pm 513am Ar les 75linm Upm 337am Ar Larencebgnam SlKprn 555am Ar Shalbyrnie ltam 605pm t32am Ar Louisville IOlOam 735pm 755am ObservatlOIIlojrlon EASTDOUNU WESTBOUMD No l3INo JtIITATlON8 INOi2 N1t740am Lr LouUTil Ai 735pm latOam Utspral USein Ar 510pm 810am 4 wn Ar HarodsbeArj 4S5pm 720am j7IXpmilO3OamAr 415pm 710am EASTBOUND WESTIIODNEL Na IStNaC7i UTATIONS INo 16 tNoG8 t 73pmropmLITpm 1016am Ar Verslles Ar 750am 415pm 3ZimIEASTBOUND WESTBOUND tNo lHNo BI STATIOUS ftNoTaltNo a 735pmIllOJam 7Wpm Ar Nlchlvlll Arm 355pm 300pmi00pmArSTATi No L No 3 Iv NIII 740am 745pm Ar ia43am 1035pm Ar 700pm 745am 115pmArAr Jactoonvllle 900am Ar OtaUaKKJsa 555pm a45am Ar AtlaaBi IttSOam HEOara zS5pmArJMksonvlllo Lv Ctutttanooza 610pm 6Kam Ar lUnalngnam 10U5pm llsoam OESpmArTrain Na 1Clnclnnatt riorWa Havana Itolied carries Through Drawing Itoom Pullman Sleeping CAr betwccn Louisville Atlanta Macon nod Jacksonville connects at Lexing ton or CliBtianocca wJth Pullman Sleeping car for Naw Orleans Itee Chair cant between Lou Julllo and Lexington Observation Chair cnn Votwoen Lexloeton and Home Cafe cars ole cant coached Train No 2 carries Pullman Sleeping car be twern LonkTllle Chattanooga and Ulrmlng xlogtonah alfco via Cbntanooca and Atlanta No change Free Chair earn Lexington to Cbmta nooca nhrough bleeping cars Lexington to New Orleans WallY Sunday A Wmmo VkTA iiTSnrr PTA KyPSaWHOtSdVPtGM DCWATincGPAWUl D1D C Loutevilie Ky rn An Excellent Combination- The pleasant method and beneficial effects of the wpll known Iemedy SYRUP OF Fios manufactured by the CAUFOIUJIA FIo Srnnp Co illustrate the value of obtaining the liquid laxative principles of known to be presentingthemtaste and acceptable to the system It is the one perfect strengthening laxa lydispellinggently yet promptly and enabling one to overcome constipation permanently Its perfect freedom from every objectionable quality and sub kldnelslivcror irritating them make it the ideal laxativeIn process of manufacturing figs are used as are pleasant to the taste but the medicinal qualities of the remedy are obtained from senna and other aromatic plants by a method known to the CALIFORNIA Fio Sritcr 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 BAN FRAnCISCO CAr ZXHJISVXLtE Kx NEW YORK N TFor sale by all Druggists Price per bottle JanSly 135E- CONOMIST RANGES Roofing Gutteringand Job Work LADUE MITH P WQ SDR CALDWELLSN + +++ + + + 4++++++++ + + + + + + ISFRock I itt cc tt s- i 1 4 Six of the best Fire Insurance Com +panics In the United States Losses paid 4+ promptly + MM tIn the Prndental you are offered + best Life Insurance attainable and + the most approved plans In theIwe again the best twill not transact business with + sible companies + 261 Second Street f r UpStairs t Je2111 ++++++++ ++ + 4 + + For Sals Privately I I will offer for sale privately my House and Lot situated on the corner of North and 7th propertyTheble and other necessary outbuildings the lot contains about 90x90 will be reasonable for carh WILLIAM ENGLISH novOtf Itichmoqd Ky REGEROiiiscI1 now whln rlcv rsrli or ctrry American isy liruinmtt w4iivcly cuarantrtil to cure rnvt c riitHtaiil tLO of Xprvoiw DeUIItr or nMlii lilMtu It etta crfully anil quickly NPV 1aideaIly Irrfcrl In Ibe mull Jif c 4 UUiEVHf Vwms men will i r H t ntanK nml Qlil Hen will recover vlr y niMI vl or It Invl jonies and restores te c or aUsnffrrum from Seminal Weak vies npntcncr Vnrlcocrl SpcTinattorhca httv Ki isljc Itrirulii ncI JloscnUr Power iik iittur ViUi Incst Tvil Urtrims Despon ty tilt ut anrUTKo nOd rU effects of self r is1untlon which nnflls ic or Istls ftoily or nmriki c 11EUHBUO fr at ou tu t at llio rtiseaso tliat Is why cures It irentwt rvr Tonic In the world thst is why it clTM nrtrnol trimS and restores elrerf Voai U a mirrclons Blood 1url rir Is viy ilio Plnli Cliow come heck to r llrrblntulOnll4vln KECENEItO ia ir iiTlc In vet twikvL lf mall SIOO pert ii six frr gSOO We rlirerfully refund lc mnv tlwe lx boxes do not effect n cure no 1n111T vWrsstlio American Office of 825 Columbus As 4tUij5 NEWYOHK For sale In Richmond by Perry Thomas DruggistS sept2- ilyWfteee Wilson Sewing Machine atI 1 ondKy For 8a1r by Dewey Music Co Rich j i HtrtS TtWCllJUCf Saae zlraordinary Offers l y The Climax Tha CLIMAX wants five bunted new subscribers by tho first of tlteaew year In order to reach this ond somo ex traordinary Inducements will bo made Until further notice the following will be offered to subscribers The CLIMAX and The Weekly Louisville Dispatch 125 The CLIMAX and the Home and Farm 130 The CLIMAX and either the Cosmopolitan Munseys or McClures Magazine 200 The CLIMAX and the Louis ville daily evening post 3The Richmond CLIMAX and Twiceaweek Courier Jour nal both f r QIie1year 160 The CLIMAX and Weekly Cincinnati Enquirer 150 andOhioFarmI The CLIMAX can also fur nish any paper published in the United States or Europe at reduced rates THE ELEGANT ELLA BETTER KNOWN AS ALLA THE WARM INSTRUCTS THE MAIDENS IN THE GEN TLE ART OF MANCATCHING Ella Wheeler Wilcox talks of man He is like happiness she says The more ho is pursued the more he flies Ignore him and he will como to you The man who needs to be encouraged by a woman is not worth winning at least there is some virile element lacking in his nature or he would take the reins of couragcshlp in his own hands and gallop to the goal carrying tho lady long with him In his secrets ul the most modest man believes he could wiu any woman if lie set himself about it in earnest- A womans encouragement need never go further than a coquetry of the eyelids If a man does not under stand that language it is useless to shout in his ear His heart is hard of hearing The independence of woman can never make her seem dignified in the pursuit of a man It is when she seems to retreat that her smile of en couragement to her followers is most at tractiveThe most subtle of all arts is that of knowing how to lead a lover on while seeming to discourago him But it is an art which cannot be taught or bought That is one of the things which must be born in the flesh It is like tho color of her eyes or the curve of the lips something impossible for science to produce or alter Godalone knows the secret of fashioning a coquette She springs lull grown into life in the dark recesses of the backwoods quite as readily as in the midst of fashionable society And where she is there men follow Without beauty fortune or learning abc is still a queen and menwill do her will It is impossible to tell how she rules them It is her secret But the woman who does not pos sess the least inkling thissecretmust not strive to imitate her ways Sand may be as white as sugar but It lacks the sweetening quality It is useless In attempt to substitute one for the other The only hope a woman his of winning the man she loves is by loving deeply enough and keeping still about it- Silent dignified love sometimes brings a return in time as the magnet draws the steel But always and over a womans lovo must be silent until its expiession is asked for That Tiirobing Headache Would quickly leave you if you used Dr Kings New LIla Pills Thousands of sutierershave proved their match less merits for Sick and Nervous Headaches TIDY make pure blood and strong nerves and build up your health Easy to take Try them Only 25 cents Money back if not cured Sold by Per ry Thomas Druggists 5 HEALTH FOR TEN CENTS Can anyone afford to be unhealthy when ten cents will buy health Nine tenths of all diseases are caused by con stipation lazy liver sour stomach poisoned blood Ten cents will buy a box of Cascarets Candy Cathartic at any drug store and will make the organs of the body do their duty putting the whole system in perfect order It costs so little to try it and find out for yourself that it seems wrong for aivy ono to keep on suffering without at least testing the truth of these statements Go buy a ten cent box of Cas carets Candy Cathartic at your drug gists to day for yourself or an ailing friend or relative Our readers will never regret taking this advice but will thank us for it Calico print works use 40000000 doxen eggs per year wine clarifiers 10000000 the photographers and other Industries use many millions and these demands increse more rapidly than table demands Dutchboy withhiscount from over whelming destruc You have read about him in your school readers how alongtheheard a faint sound of trickling water and knew at once that embankment intheThe leak was small when he found it but wouldenlarge thecountryhisfinger andthesaved his Equally insignificant is the entrance of beginnings thestartanddevastatinlr anopening runtl1destroyedPlercesColdendefy illhealth You Usa make your health cannotfindTaken in time Dr Pierces remedies pre tuhIesHundredshim how these remedies hire saved ti 3sad made them strong Coratipato causes cud aswes saud euze4bI B t L g 3 j J i YOU cant Dedge Them Di4 you ever try to dodg the raindrops Did not succeed very well dM you Its just as useless to try to escape from Ute germs consumption You cant 4p itT They are about us on exry birod and we arc con stantly taking them into our lungs Then WIly dont we all have this disease Simply because these germs cannot gain a foothold ina strong throat and lungs Its when these are weak that the germs master The body must be weif supplied with fat The danger conies when the blood is poor and the body is thin If your cough does not yield and your throat and lungs feel raw and sore you should not delay another day Take Scotts Emtilsionof CodLiver Oil with Hypophos phites at once It will heal tho inflamed membranes and greatly strengthen them as well The digestion becomes stronger the appetite better and the weight increases The whole body be comes well fortified and the germs of consumption cannot gain a foothold Its this nourishing sustaining and strengthening power of 5COTTS EMULSION that has made it of such value in all wasting and exhausting diseases soc sad exDO all druggists SCOTT BOWNE Chemists New York A NOTABLE ILEGISLATURE Tho Breckinridge News contains the following interesting interview with lIon Jonas Wilson father of Hon C A Wilson of Kicholasvillo Post master Jonas Wilson who represented Breckinridge county for two terms in tho legislature was in a reminiscent mood the other day arid speaking to a News reporter he said The Legisla ture of 71 and 72 contained some men whose names will always be associated with the history of the State of Kentucky It turned outsome great men There was Cassius M Clay Jr of Bourbon county After he left the Legislature he became a candidate for Governor Win Haskins of Boyle county acquired statewide fame as a sharp shrewd politician before he died B Tarvin Baker or Campbell county was a member of that session and since then was a candidate for Lieu tenant Govenor Walter Evans repre seated Christian county He is now Judge of the United States District Court William Cassius Goodloe of Fayette county was a brilliant man He was afterward Minister to China and was killed in the SwopcGoodloe tragedy Harry ITuddof Franklin county was Warden of the penitentiary for quite a Jong term George tL Jesse noted as one of John Morgans most dashing Majors during the war of the rebellion represented Henry coun ty E Polk Johnson B E Cassilly and John S Carpenter represented the First Second and Third districts in Jefferson county J M Wright a Major under Gen Buell represented the Fourth district andJ Guthrie Coke the Fifth district of Louisville Jas B McCreary who was Speaker of the House at that session afterward became Governor He represented Madison county J J McAfee of Mercer county was a very eloquent man and wij a prominent figureln politics in his district before he died Mnn lius L Flipped of Monroe county became Circuit Judge in his dlstrictas did W L Reeves of Todd county William N Beckham of Kelson countywas a wellknown politician and was rejattd to Mrs Wyckliff Moorman of this county James S Chrisman of Wayne county was a mencber of the Con federate Congress before iieentered the Legislature One of the most promi nent figure in that session was JS C Blackburn from Woodford now a man of more than national fame Gee M Thomas represented Lewis county and ran with Judge Hardip as candi date for the Lieutenant Governorship Wm Brown was another brilliantman He represented Jessamine county and was a most eloquent lawyer IIo after ward attained fame as one of the lead ing lawyers of the United States and died at Washington D C A Frightful Blunder Will often cause a horrible Burn Scald Cut or Bruise Bucklens Arni caSalve the best in tho world will kill the pain and promptly heal it Cures Old Sores Fever Sores Ulcers Boils Felon Corns all skin eruptions Best Pile cure on earth Only 25 cents a box Cure guaranteed Sold by Per ry Thomas Druggist 5 THREE FEET MAKE ONE YARD In tho town of Newburys Mass lives a rather eccentric old man re markable for his shrewdness in bush ness as porkbutcher Some young fellows eqtered his sliol a few even in1s ago and for a joke asked what his pork was a yard One dollar promptly replied the old fellow Then said one of thorn Ill take a yard Whore 18 your money said the old malT The dollar was laid down The old man quickly pocketed it and then produced three pigs set with the quiet remark three feet make one yard A FAMILY MEDICINE CHEST A family medicine chest for ten cents rn a pretty little enameled metal bos you have the means h Iliel whole family healtbyffoiWiby to good old yur gist and get a box Of CascaVots Candy Cathartic for ten cents and see that yon always have them in the house Colic sick headache dyspepsia pim jSles BloeplessnjsssV worms and nearly bJfiouleJiJJtle hox have a perfect remedy Y l t fn S v x9ut1 ctOr bHsnd prevent ripus illnesali the use of the sweet da1nyl1Ltlo pieces of pjiaUreaderi Loc1I i 1 i f 3 41 i t Paris Bourbon county first Monday Richmond Madison countyfhifnc- lay e PJ1 Lexington Fayctta countyvsecond MQrulay iStanford Lincoln county eecondilon day QeorgetownScott county thlnl Mon d L fDanvilleNicholasville amino county third Monday Winchester Clark county fourth Monday it Versailles wood ford county fourth Monday KINGSTON Below is a programme for Tho Bes sio Farrier Mission bands entertainment irhlchj was hdat Mt Zion on tho evening of tcrJil day Easter antheDjGoand Toll Band Invocation ProL J D Clark Song Easter Happy Easter BaudScripture Exercise Muses Azbill Roberts Beaty and Maupiu Song He is Risen Baud Spirit of Mission Mies Crawford Heralds Masters Joo Bellow and Lucian PntJon i ileBEengaJ 7Liglit Bearers Song We for Christ Christ torah Light Bearers f Kpeailus Masters Be tyihauiiu nod Azbill Recitations Sallie Patton Mnrgner etc tVestJoh7iule Lucas and NaomiBal ie1vpjrom1 Miss Edna Ballew Worker from Mexico Miss Fannie Ballexv Worker from Japiaica Alex Azbill Worker from IndiaMiss Johnnie TerriilSonjrril go where you want me to RO Mlsseq Crawford Venable and Maupin COLLECTION Solo Jesus I My Cross Have Tak enMiss Nannie Venable Missionary Clock Light Bearers Pantomime Jesus Lover of my Soul Misses Ballew Bales and Ter jill NEW YORK FASHIONS Red automobile is a bander color this season Blouse fronts in modified forms are still in style- Lightcolored silk linings are effec tive under fancy transparent grena- dines Shirred ribbons will bo largely used to trim summer skirts Guimpcs and yokes of colored mous inline do soie will be used for waist embellishments Dainty little silk parasols shbwn by Best Co for very fine ladies of five years and upwards are covered with chiffon sometimes plain and sometimes embroidered with wee rpEebuJs or other flowerets The blouse back has disappeared Only a few jalhers aregcen now AValking coats and skirts are made closefitting Skirts are madotoclbse on the side Brightcolored ribbons come pro ylded with a string all ready to slur They make pretty finish for the top of a flounce or edge of pointed cuffs or collarHandsono shirt waists are madeof glace taffetas tucked and corded Skirts are laced at the placquet opening with cord and buttons In stockings some popular colors are cerise blue myrtle violet applegreen bronze and an infinity of dainty and daring combinations Smart reefers for littlo girls are of bright red or blue trimmed with white Braid and fastened with large gilt but tons They have double breasted front arid Wattean back Corded piques are in great favor The new ginghams como in solid colors such ns dark red and bluet for girls serviceable school frocks A handsome tailor gown siown by Lord Taylor is of a now shade of serpentinobasque is short and round arid fits snugly Clusters and Irregular bunches of flowers are seen on gingham weaves as well as stripes plaids and sprays AThe French people give a of color to a babys outfit somo dolicato shade usually blue for a boy and pink for a girl EVELYN CABLE P H Spraguoja Chicago poultry dealer is authority for the statement that thoproduction of chickens in the United States last year reached 3350 000000 and of eggs 18000000JOO and their combined value aggregated 200 000000 ALL WOMEN A6RlEfE A druggist in Macon Ga sayscc I have sold a large quantity of Mothers Friend and have never known an in stance where it has failed to produce the good results claimed for it All women agree that Y makes labor shorter antI less painful t A Moth rs friend is not a chance remedy Its cood effects are readily experienced by all expectant mothers who use it Years ago it passed the experimental Stage While Italways shortens labor and lessens the pains of delivery it is also o the greatest benefit pregnancyMorningreadily overcome and the relaxes the strained muscles permitting them to expand without causing distress Mothers gives great recuperative power to the mother nod recovery sure and rapid Danger from rising and swelled breasts is done awjfy with completely SoldbydruggtstsforE a bottle THE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO l ATLANTA OA ad for ow In UIutrUc4 book expectant mothcn iNOlAehnJaIi a I kti oio eie Ui r aiL WOMEN Should know that the O2d Time Rewedy Is the best tor Female TrsMIes CorrectP all Irregularities mFemll1e Organs Should be tAken for cbssge et We and before cMthInt Plasters TIne Rewedits lulvIJ stoodtke test for twenty years Made only by New Spencer Madicine Co Chat tanouga Tennessee Perry h Thomas druggists successors to W G White decSlyr All druggists sell Dr Miles NorYoPlasters T1S1 I friW rill nWllD i 1 I AM 88 YEARS OLD andnevttused PlnelarBoneyIn grip nsweflascougbsand colds It makes MetcalfelIMnh CATHARTiC I rRlngoutthoold Ring In the new Ring in the true J W g to you the new and true from the I piney forests of Norway DR BELLS PineTarHoneyNatures science to a Pleasant Permanent Positive Cure forcoughs colds and all inflamed surfaces of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes The sore weary coughworn Lungs are exhilarated the microbebearing mucus is cut out the cause of that tickling is removed and the inflamed membranes are healed and soothed so that there is no Inclination to cough f SOLD BY ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS Bottle Only 25c sac and 100NSIzci BE SURE YOU GET Eh1 BUs Pin TirMw y For sale by Perry tThomas successors to W Q White Charles E Douglas Geo D Simmons As good as it APPEARANCES ARE- OFTENDECEITFULr and things that are showy many times prove to be worthless An artiqle that is in daily use as a Cooking Range is must be Substantial and Reliable It should be the best to be had Enr Rng IUOH STEEL RANGE IS TilE BEST in Construction the Most Economical in the uee of fuel and the Most Jerfect and Satisfactory in Operation that has yet been produced We have secured the exclusive agency for this line of Ranges and will be pleased to show them to you Sizes Styles ana Prices to suit everybody The Cash Hardware DOUGLAS SIMMONS Hardware Stoves Tinware Plows and Plow Gears Har rows Cultivators Everything in the Farming Line Blacksmith Supplies mchlly SEND NO MONEY mlanl I swill sendv SlADE tUIOiei StWIKO kj rtail r 0 depofound and It 1 IU nuU Mktn Hit u s U4 OUUHSr BiCBllI iou UUKO ftj r 50andhomeTiSvr1 aste sad grsdi r Swl 5hbes st e 530 IIuOo 1100 CtiereebIsI55oIs tb I erootcst value over ottered by any house ceyutboDenta i nliDAdsneej1glln Wrl 80 frtu4 Is ciea sd less a 1l1 ODEJIIKPltOVOUII viiearacra= Y1LO1 JHEEEIr MAThIII CANDY looks Jsp Uri- Dtna louse SjSSZ SOUP QUARTER SAWED OAK 1fllrsrtiSU fOLIHKU one llitmnUon mactDo closed bezidre-NpingfremIrbshobuwdesaretr jjtbi a dk lb thrwitS fall Incrh and bead in pia for sewing fy anddeeortedten ball bnitoe adjuiuble treadle genuine rnjth iron itand Urt Hlf Am hsd positive roar motion feed self threading vlbratItUe aatoMfttlo n winder adjustable bearings patent tension or Iraprored loe wheel aajasiable presser improved battle aomelll1ecoraledtttrrj tes itixliMt It fnr IUe4 ti4 nr Free Instruction Book tailS anon nan rn It and doelther plain or any kindof fancy work everymacbbeTSpir IOOO piylestesLt1d EditorMdress HI npr5 m REPAIRING efMIAtL E LANE JB ELER OFTIO A 7 2ND STREET RICPMOND KY Sell Your Hides AND BUr YOUR Seed Potatoes at Thu ftan1vrty the Highest and sell f for the Lowest Pricestipa eariih TUUMMANIGBQCERY O qUiMWNAND cnA2sLDL 1SIGJIM DKY1 i h c a4 a c o QQQOOC P ITRY r fiALL t DRUGGISTS Je t tti1 INET ANOY iURNITURE ROM OURTEENTOITYFIVE f 90 PER SET Rockers Chiffoniers = Side Boards Lamp Stands Umbrella Racks Prarnes Etc Etc9 Etc Cheap Attractive 4 WE ARE THE OLD AND RELIABLE FIRM f BlGGfRSTAfr OLunAIV- IIc DAY TELEPHONE 76 NIGhT TELEPHONE 67 J 1 s SSSASS3SssSsSsese0 s s s s ee esoooeoaoss s o ss o ss oS S S SSSs S S S S s sssSsSeS SS SS SS SSeeeS 0 9 0 0CA SH t 10 R E I I I BOO oO 00 0 8O eo a f OB OOel On and after January 1st 1899 ours8 0 terms will b- eSPOT 9 0 5 cc 50-I CASH I OC o 0 SWohaveattempted to run our business by co 1taS lecting our accounts the first of each month- S 0 co but have been unable to collect them all 00 S promptly Wo are therefore compelled to sell 0 0 forourgoods5g oS and will endeavor to mako it to the interest ofsos05 55 the trade to do business with us We have a 500 ssse0g09a Queonswaro and Glassware c Give us a s 05S005 ijDsfTGootls exchanged for country producesoo IIISOs 000 w 0 0 1 WEST MAiN ST RICHMOND IC- YS5 5eOI0E0010060110osS S5S5SS SS5S5S S DOITS lIk jUj i WHY SUFFER AGONY ctoNo Knife I No Interruiition of Business I I The firit treatment brings immediate relief It Las M cured thou = ands lndtIll cure MR T d WiLCOXprojninontinoroUaiitiiaJtrcish nnd chief of P1nmmcndcdIIvoluntarily gite yen ts statement hoping it w lUc t encrabnngtns your wonderful remedy ti tin atUiii 1 of others but with piles Prkc ICW Prepaid to any Address iI DON CHEMICAL COMPANY CHATTANOOGA TErN CURESPILE J L I- e f Jr o frIf