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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t I J 2 1 Tr UI 4 w L a I 1II4r 1 r r v q TIlE RICHMONOX= VOLUME 25 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY APEIL 12 1899NUMBER 45T voxves tv satt4Dov1 COheAssmnse My 9OF TUB UNITED STATESth 44 + 4frGRIGSBY MDNCET General 1genpaEastern THE REST Of THEM AUdI ILSPPINCOTTS MONTHLYjnAGAZINE rJ Contnlna a ecisplete novel In every num wetulaudJlo rnntliitifil ttnrlr trltlftt are mo objectionable to atomt reader SubmrrlllIuAgents wantcrt In every town to whom joJPHILADELPHIA PROFESSIONAL CARDS ATTOEITBTS Rw MILLER ATTOBXBTATLAW yoBICIIXOND 5srmera litJAnoRNEYuIAW- RICHl108D KENTUCKY Office over Taylors Hard ware store opposite Court House on Main Street naHATTORNEY AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office No 13 First St up stairs 3130 J 0 D M CIIENAULTw ATTORNEYSAT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen suits grocery lIIYSIOIANS DR H R GIBSON niYSICIAN AND SURGEON RICHMOND KENTUCKY loOndCHAS HOOKER VETERINARY SURGEON Graduate Ontario Veterinary College and Sterility a Specialty wtnOMcepled by Richmond Harness Co East Main St Klchmond Ky nftJly II C JASPER M D Medicine and Surgery Office Collins Ruildine MainStreet thTelephoneBroadwaymRICHMOND KENTUCKY W EVANS M D G FlIVSlOIAK AND SOKOEON RICHMOND KENTUCKY DR T J TAYLORwPractitioner in Medicine and Surgery RICHMOND KENTUCKY 7Office and residence on Second Street c E1TTALSUBGE1T Dr a tTItT t tonsot DEKTIST OF IiOUISVILLB KY C3OIHce next door to QoTemment Bnildlng RichmSnd Ky Office hours 9 to 121 to 4 novl7ly Four nice rooms for rent Call at Dental Office of Dr Hob son next door to postoffice DFRED SMITH DEN liST WOIHce over Collins Grocery same office lately occupied by Dr W W Dnrgin Janl2ly Dr Louis II Landman No 603 West Nlnh Street Cincinnati Ohio will be at the Hotel Zlmmcr Richmond Ky on Wednesday April 12 1899 returning every second Wednesday o each month Reference every physician of Rich mond Ky tebl6ly KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY E US CITE Feidt tniajtca EUABY DIDLE MEDICAL AND COMMERCIAL COLLEGES Tuition fur and Bible Course JM a year More than twenty teachers 10000 gymnasium Thousands of successful alumni Social and moral welfare of students receive special attention Open to both sexes For catalogues address the President Jly27tf ILLINm EHTRAL SHORT LINE TO New Orleans Best Line to ARKANSAS TEXAS MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA Pnllraan Tourist Sleeping Car leaves touts yule nor and runs through to San Francisco Ask your ticket agent Tor particulars or write to B H Fowler Traveling Passenger Agent Free BeclinW Chair Cars TllIe to Memphis and New Orleans A H HANSON WM A KELLON8 a P A Chicago AOrALoal YlUe c A LADY ANSWERS THE QUESTION There is a growing tendency among lour people to ignore hatno merchants JO elsewhere for goods Sorry lo y it but nevertheless tis true At this time wo have a vindication of this there being parties from a distance here exhibiting and selling lace curtains Itis Eiid they have sold mam dollars worth of curtains in Richmondand yet there stand the merchants against their UlltcrS Is it right Pantograph iir GOODS ARE BOUGhT ON TIlE INSTALLMENT PLANsThe Pantograph underrate Mardi ask if it is right for the people of is town to ignore their lioinu nier chants and purchase lace curtains from traveling men who come to the town oti timo to tune representing installment firms from distant cities In he half of tho working class I make this answer The gold standard has made tho buy of such articles as lace curtains and ying spot cash for them out of the questionOf we will admit that it is al ways best to pay cash for what one gets yet in this hai dtitne state of affairs wo would hardly have any thins if wo had to pay all down at once And our homes would look bleak and drear Incdeed We havTJ a certain amount of pridebelujt poor does not keep ua from having an eye for the beautiful Wes like to have our homes look well just Ins much as if we were rich It behooves every man and woman to make home as bright and cheerful as possible for that surely is the poor working mans to Sily having their homes look wellw ride is an innate inheritance of theacivilized human being Sometimes a roor young benedict starting out oer the sea of risky matrittnonial bliss more risky now than ever under the pressure of tho gold standard desires to furnish in a mod est simple way n little homo for his uug bride What would his small unt of savings buy if he had to pay 5 for what he got Yet on the friendly installment plan he makes his tle cottage look inviting and homo with a curtain here and a nig there Making small payments monthly outof his meagre salary and glad to do it for je knows his wife will be better satisfied more contented with the things that seems to belong to woman kind surroundingsMost sold on the irstallment plan are sold to ladies they buy those little home decorations and obligate themselves to make the monthly payments They take in sewing and do many kinds of ork that comes within the line of fo male employment thereby not having to aak their hardworked poorlypaid tiuobnuds to buy things they are notable to afford Ninety cents per day will not keep a mans family pay rent buy clothes furnish something to eoj and a thousand other little timings that cannot be dispensed with and do not come under the head of luxuries either and pay for lace curtains too in cash The colored women especially buy and paytfor these things by their own making thus otherwise humble homes ok nice and lid cr 1editNow what merchant in this town has ever held out any inducements whatever to this class of people who are in many cases poor but honest They would not give credit to that class they ould hoot at time suggestion of letting the bill be paid in installments telling them plainly they did not keep an in ailment house rMerchanthis rugs and curtains sell thorn 011 just e same terms that these traveling en do then call each month for the payments and I believe ho would do as much business as any of tho so call ed Installment Firms Every merchant who voted the Gold Standard voted the working class of people from his counter to a great extent Every poor man white or black ho voted the Gold Standard voted lace draperies from his window and bright warm rugs from his hearth and lie ought to have to get out of bed are footed on the bare floor but the women ure too proud to livolike that and have taken the burden upon themselves to Q1cLcJESi Are you frequently hoarse Do you have that annoying tickling in your throat Would you feel relieved if you could raise something Does your cough annoy you at night nnd- do you raise more mucus in the morning on keephand AgerS 411e1IPeqoI If you have a weak throat you cannot be too careful You cannot begin treatment too early Each cold makes you more liable to another and the last one is always harder to cure than the one before it 9f users CfcerM PecMnl Master pttetis ae lugs ire cute Help ft Hand If you have an complaint whatever and desire the best medical advice can possibly obtain writetbe doctor freely You will receive a prompt repl- yAddreeDL1C AYER LOw lrJ I t jLASQWTELY I Makes the food more delicious and wholesome I the homo with these cheerful comfortgiving spots Yot poor help less creatures when it comes to cast ing voles they have n J voice whatever in tho matter if they bad I hardly think thore would be one woman Billy enough to vote lace curtains to the windows of her rich neighbor and none to her own as tho poor goldstandard man has done Wo like the click of silver ringItbuyarlngsandlacucurtalnu And many a pretty thing So give ifs more silver ONE Wino HAS No VOTE Remarkable Rescue Mrs Michael Curtain Plniufield Ill makes the statement that she caught old which settledon Ler lungs sIne was treated for a month by her tatnily phy sician but grew worse He told hei Ite was a hopeless victim of consump tion and that no medicine could cure her Her druggist suggested Dr Kings Now Discovery for Consumption i she bought a bottle ansi to her delight found herself benefited from first dose e takingiell now does her own housework nd is well as she every was Free trial bottles of the Great Discovery at Perry Thomas Drugstore Successors o W G White Large bottles 50 cents and f I 00 6 LOCAL Like a TwoYearOld Captain Frank J White came tothe Record office yesterday morning set two culleysof clean proof between Sand 1230 oclock jumped in the air and struck his heels together three times licked the devil then lit out for home to plant his onion patch before upper Hows this for a man in his 79th year Lancaster Record Jhe Old Farm House On The Hill il laahiersc o strganLerman It bids fair to have a run of n million copies The same is now be ii P ishiladelphiasuccess and is received with p alausereaders of our will receive a o cfpostage stamps to the Union Mutual Music and Novelty CoT No 20 East 14th Street New YorkbRemarkably Old Coins Mr John 0 Brooks of Union slakeslection of old U S coins as follows Halfdollars 1795 1810 1819 1824 830 1830 Copper cents 1825 and 1845 Every ono of the coins Is in perfect con d ition dates plain and everyone genu inc The 1795 halfdollar is different from the others in that it has fifteen stars instead of the usual thirteen it has the denomination Fifty Cents and Half a Dollar printed only on the rim and the face of Liberty is reversed from those of the other coins This are old piece was purchased for sixty conts Irom a colored man who fount it about two years ago on the Rodes place now occupied by Col Caperton Mr Brooks alp has an old Spanish coin late unknown with bust of Carol us III If anyone has a book of coins or is a Numismatist let him correspond with our Union City friendm From Athlete to Valedictorian Of the several physical directors of C U none is eo well remembered the first Prof James W Frew lIe- sendaus asuporb invitation to the Com 1menceinentand Dental College April 3 Mr Frew la Yaledictorran of the Medical class- which fully attests his and l tarityIt will be remembered that for tw0t years his field day teams here won the championship of Kentucky colleges sandnotably tine His successor Avety had the advantage of Frews well trained team and won the championship in football Prof Frew was a fine ath lete and could Impart his knowledge to his pupils who wore very fond of him His ladys class in the gyrann alum was the only one ever o here After leaving here hlTwaa director of the Lexington and Louisville Athletic Clubs and now line a mudtail diploma with the highest honors otnis class Prospective Candidates Take Notice As a self protection the CWMAX hereafter will positively refuse to print free tho etereotyped notices tent in hero by men who wo fhinlinof running for office and At The Proper Time Will Announce1 Wo suspect that 90 per rant of these well meaning brethren will find out in duo time that they have little or no chance freleet- hou anti thereby leave this paper In the hblo If you want your candidacy announced send us 5 If you with it known that will announce At the Proper Time please nd us 1 CO to lot the people hearthe good news If you finally dteldo to make the race we will credit ihiesl on your announce ment fee No less tbanlI dozen pros pective candidates hum been gwen free the bentfit of our circulation with tho hope on our part hint they wnuld ultimately announce Hut that is the last wo will hear ofmost of them There is a mistaken impression on tho part of many office seekers that news papers arc run for their special benefit while the floaters mid bums get all Itheir money We are not here for our health Albert Hunter a prisoner nt Kokomo Indiana finds himself a hard man to kill lie first made a rope with hand kerchiefs and swung four hour then cut an arm almost oil and bled profusely and lastly tried jto butt his brains out against the Mont wall but fall In v iit Hr lfKtJPrdiXI now but flaja hell try B RH fo kill hfmEclf tho first epjrWlu nifty r f c BAKING POWDER OUR CANDIDATE Winchester Democrat Clark county presents in the person Judge Caleb Brcckinridge Hill a candi date for one of tho most important offi COil which the Democratic State Conven tion will have at its disposal Judge Hill moved to this city from Beattyville about two years ago was elected Chief Clerk of the last Kentucky Legislature by a very flattering vote receiving in the Democratic caucus more votes than both his opponents lIe discharged the duties of that important office so effi clently that prominent Democrats from all over the State urged him to offer foi Secretary of State Yielding tosttch re quests desiring to serve his party in that capacity believing that the Tenth Congressional District should be repre sented on th6 State ticket and feeling that he could go into the convention with hearty support from this district he announced his candidacy for that important office He Is especially fitted for the position and if nominated will add strength to the ticket CountyCourtcounty when ho had to meet and oter come a ctwoathemanHe fell into working harness in this county last fall making as many speeches for Fitzpatrick as any other man In the county His Interest should not be overlooked Gen Hardin hRS devoted friends in this county Captain Stone has earnest supporters end Sen nujmerouswe earnestly appeal to tho friends of earh of these gentlemen to remember Hill and not let his chances for the nomination be eductwhom he is onetMr Scott for Attorney General who spoke at the Court House st Monday generously recognizing e courtesy that was due Mr Hill ated that because of Mr Hills candi he would not ask nor expect the delegates from this county to be instructed for Attorney General Mr Hill the only candidate from the ongressional District which gives him splendid chance to secure tho nomi n atiolt if his friends are prudent in their Story of a Slave To bo bound Land and foot for years y the chains of disease In the worst form of slavery George D Williams of Manchester Mich tells how such a ave was made free lie says My wife has been so helpless for five years that she could not turn over in bed alone Aftersnsing two bottles of Electric Bitters she is wonderfully improved and able to do her own work i This supreme remedy for female diseases quickly cures nervousness slecp lessness melancholy headache fainting and dizzy epells This miracle working medicine is a godsend to weak sickly run down people very bottle guaranteed Only 50 cents told by Perry Thomas Druggists PULLED ITS fEET UFF The Winchester Sun tells thus of a terrible accident to a horse farmerJiJingalew day while attending to some farm atters left his horse hitched to a forked tree that dividedto the ground The horse became restless and by rearing up both fore feet became lodged in the fork of the tree In its efforts to tvxtricate itself its feet became the more securely wedged down in the fork and the liars 0 lolland lay upon the ground There seemed but one way to release tho horse from its dreadful position So he cutting down of one prong of the tet7 wasat once begun Vhiiletblswa a being done the horse made a desperate efWrt to free its feet from the tree ant succeeded in doing K by pulling both of its feet off at the hock joints It then arose and in its dreadful suffering fran tically ran about the field for some time sticking its club Jej3 deep into the soft ground before it could be caught and killed Success consists in persuading otli dlerstotako you at your own valuation 4TownTopics CRUSABE AGAINST INSURANCE COMPANIES Lexington Herald There is perhaps no merchant who could transact business without taking out insurance upon his stock he couldInot obtain credit from Eastern if ho did not carry sufficient Insurance moneybegager did not insure the mortgaged proterty If all the counties enter into this crusade against the solvent rom panies who have formed these boards to secure stable equal and profitable returnedffirmed by the Court of Appeals It must result in the withdrawal these com panics from the State or from these counties which desire to drive them out of their limits The fines imposed in Franklin Scott and tfoodford amount to largely over 50000 This sum must bo paidIt the Courtof Appeals affirms these judgments out of premiums for this is the only source from which the companies derive income and must in the end bo paid by tho insured All judgments against corporations which 1a business dependant upon public uses are in the end paid by those who need and use the facilities furnished by 4uch corporations The enormous judg wents found against railroad and transportation companies are paid by the passengers and shippers who use the instrumentalities of transportation furnished by the companies and their chief effect is to raise and maintain higher rates for passenger and freight traffic or tho facilities for freight and passenger transportation are lessened and made slower meaner and more Inconvenient The companies merely the money and then recoup by- hargingc higher rates decreasing wages anil furnishing cheaper facilities The position taken in this district by Col Allen and the fact that two grand juries have met and adjourned without action since the verdict in the Franklin court have been approvedare of inesti mable advantage to the business interest of Lexington Col Allen is clearlyn right when he declares that bo not take steps to prosecute unless the rates are exhorbllant and unreasonable and wlion they become so he ought to pros cule This is the true ground to take if he rates be reasonable the companies ought to be protected and encouraged if the rates be ezhorbitant and unreas enable they ought to bo punished II you toot your little whistle And then lay aside your born There ii not a onl will ever know That such a man was born The man who ads in every Issue And keep them there to itay Hes the man that gets the orders Ucls the man who makes it pay London SentncUan TURNPIKE CASE IN COURT AGAIN Sooner or later Madison may have to deal with the turnpike question in a decisive manner hence the outcome of the case from Boyle is being watched with interest inasmuch as the Court of Appeals line granted a rehearing in tho cose of the Town of Danville vs The Boyle Fiscal Court This suit it will be remembered was filed by the town in order to determine whether or not it was the duty of the county to keep in repair those portions of the freed turnpikes running into tbo citv Judge Saufley ruled that the courts could not compel the county to do any thing with the roads and tho town car ried the case to tho Court of Appeals The higher court sustained Judge Sauf ley lint handed down no opinion in the case City Attorney Fox then asked for a rehearing which was granted and arguments called fur The Advocate says that County At toniey Harding and City Attorney Fox will argue the case before the court at Frankfurt at its April term The Appellate judges are said to be divided in their opinions iu the matter THE REMEDY There is one very good way to combat the mania for leaving home to buy mer chandise That is by attractive advertisement setting forth the advantages of the local market If enterprising city merchants can draw your trade awuyfroni home a distance of hundreds of miles it should be an easier task to keep it right at your doors JakeOayner of Kentucky will take in the East ern Club Circuit of Washington Balti leaveAprilS Wuddell in his private car The- brand American Handicap o ie willbethe eeason The Ills of Children Dr Hartmit offers his advice to parents on the treatment of coughs and colds to guard against colds 1hIEIll Nearly all the ills p children begin with taking cold If your child catches cold dont wait a moment before attacking that cold To the ignorance or neglect of parents isduo- the fatal termination of many childrens com plaints If you are aot informed asto the proper course to pursue to drive off a childs cold write Drnartman president of the Surgical Hotel Columbus 0 for advice and askfor some of his free books which contain the most pertinent facts about colds andcoughs andBUcatarrha1 diseases Peruua3 llartswma great proscription is wholly vegetable It wards pff colds entirely if takes at the beginning in proper doses It breaks up settled cold qvkkly it is scientific and safe there k BO wys tory about it Dr Harasbooks tell just how it acts ian why AU druggists sell it Mrs C T Rogers EIgIE HL says Dr S I HarttnaH Columbus O DEAR SuuYour medicine saved my babys life We stopped all treatment but yours wd now he is a beautiful boy It WM eertalaly a miracle Yrs Decking East Toledo 0 writes to the Pcruma Medicine Co DUB SwaPexana ia the best myko11s6My tone of UtemJiad the laag fevtw I them all wiik IVm Ek = Proper wJedgeoth trcatmeni ofeathe flrit iposteaoe to parents This it iMIbi JJluTal thi uw 1t b le 1 a- sI r ii ITK KK KjK K DEKKTie Leading Specialists of Arnica 20 YEARS IN OHIO I 250000 Cud I WE CURE STRICTURE mithUeageitmonamtroubla1wjththIsJjrcnnmay U P I ruietlogF sharp cutting pains at times rligLtdiHcharge difficulty in commencing weak fvyluptomtfTULlE VonUetdoctorelperimcnton tcnrigyouturn Our NEW METhOD TllKAT tiuehenooretnovesIt can norer return No pain no utter b70nr1IIolhocued Tbs nerves are invigorated oatl rjsjIho bib a of manhood rct- urnWECURELT 3- mildlongclmenfi vitality continually rapped fcy this dls rn u cue They are frequently unconscious I UenernlWeakueM t tag Manhood Kcrvonracfx 1oor Hera ISr 0 4honP Weak Hack General Depression Lack KS k r P rat etc OlEhT ant srmlUIlI bmilydoetorPK n aliowgll1Cbmade a lifo f tudr of DLeaesofNen anti Wmea OurNW AIETIIOU TllEATMENT will r dollarforft cannot el cTernu moderJlo torn cure t z I CURES GUARANTEED f fVAItICCICRLE E R SrCRETJIflAINSTHDNRY IInd nLXDPKUDimw n CONSULTATION FllEK ROOKS U forQIJFSTION I TRtATJIENTDRS f I KENNEDY KERGAN J j 122 W FOURTH STREET I CINCINNATI O j D RO PSwith Tecetable cured ci e called hopeless In tell removedOK B B GRKUS SOBS Box E Atlanta Qa 00 TO TUB English Kitchen 12 W Short St Lexington Ky J W MASTERS Projriotor Regular meals 25 cents Lodging 25 cents Most convenient and centrally located hotel In the city Fine equipped bar in connection DPUjtVII andVhliey Jsllti cured at home with parUetllalllDR BU WOULLET ice 1M North 1rjor 8L ll Vulcan1 Chilled1J Plow1ji Our Goods AND Our Prices4 + + +4+ Compel joa to trade with us I when you give us a t HaL jk ffi i l t ID 1mr I9 Imm The ladies cabnot ibe deceived by catchy phrases nor bombastic chums All weliavetosayiswebuyin the world select the latest goods and when you buy you know you have the latest uptodate goods Is that what you want If so trade with h1tDGIbSOfl11H1Hocha1Co1 Commission Merchants Qgtlc Hogs ana hci UNION STOCKYARDS CINCINNATI O TELEPHONE 7346 ESTAH information regarding live stock cheerfully furnished Consign your stock direct to us septTly =+++ + CALL AT + + + + lfIl ISALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found dispensedbydating clerks Genuine Saratoga Water Kept on Tap Phone 3 Second St EIGJaiOND KY r riowi TMIrIIred jiflscutJ Our store is heavily stocked with every article suchLEJ Nails Wire Stoves vTin ware Cutlery etc rl 6- 1i1i6 6L 6di6iiroofinnand repairing Im 6 J1 IIUnderso jy6Taylor tI Madison Monumental Works ESTABLISHED 1863 I JAMES T HAMILTON PROPRIETOR MtiiMtitf Timtts Heiistiiei Statixrytid Foreifi aid Aaericai MarWe aGraiite 4++4+ 4 + 4 + +1 FINE WDRK A SF1CIFUJTY t + + ofCemetery handIKentucky ia in harg1of or establishment II1 this means Kitisfactcry work deslgosWhlhwillbaQrn1MIK rRONAGESOf ITED J7Ms1HR114ONrkiorw 1if 0iI j t J Weflont Want a Cent Of your money unless you 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 iIc J=loJCD L1rcrc c Bedroom 911 SuitesIn BirdsEye Maple Mahogy any Golden and Antique Oak Beautiful Brass and Folding Beds EIegant Sideboards I Extension and Center Tables r Mdd Dressers Chiifoniers Parlor Cabinet Book Cases xHat Racks Etc Etc k There is also on display in my store the most elegant display of Morris Chairs ever fe il brought to Richmond g My lg MoquetteRoxberryand be excelled SiH Hampers Scrap and Work Baskets P Smyrna and Wilton Rugs are also attract lj lye additions to our business If you a lover of beauty it will pay you to Jjg calland my line of Framed Pictures MeIdallions c We also make a specialty of framing pictures p 1 ka 1 dihid chargeof fjcallSI NEVILLE MOBfALtv mtJ ijSuccessor to J S Collins 43VGHT PHONE 23S t IAIICUREA New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNALand EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBES BY MAIL 75 CENTS BOTTLES 50 CENTS JAMES F BALLARD Sole Proprietor 313 Nortb Main Slresf ST LOUIS MO I For sale by PERRY THOMAS DruggistsanIHy SEND US ONE DOLLAR IWixrnuTEu jnIirIJfartbafreixbt agent our tfttll 90 dart oRr price 33179 y chargesS3I75 PRICE IUg5byulaOJWofUtDtIUJlLlC4JlDwunsTrUUD U enirnred direct Crow a pbotoenpiUon can torn Idea out t=beautiful appaannn t ainUuei55ndiomiydsrorsIe4antornslrsntd bleburruclDlcl CIITM =Urr rip QOIJ Kw4 Set SJ ranSmrt cMla I rsl nwBlat7BrUautC lnlB tt iiB anwSaMum MKw4H I W rn Pll r aoUanconaUtottbeceIaMtln the MjBtt grad Initramcnui fitted wlta Ilan M CpInal Tes U1eo bwt Dole leather etc bellows of the best rubber cloth b lIoItoe1rnd flneit leather In TftlTe IllKACMK QIJEKlt ll mrnl hed wlihUIIXUbtyeled p Ite nick1 plaled pedal frnmsand rod Improvement C rIa 0srg LI 4 lb bLi2 lettrcou bk phlhh4 GUARANTEED 25 YEARS JV gSu C lxa a wrltUn pj rant t y the lemu and condition of which U any part glrt out tIiW eritTry It one month and Toa are rot perfectly OT1iEIrAYOiCFOUR RELIABILITY ESTABUSHEB onot dttlt vitu tn uk TOlrne1trbbortouSwnlth ibIihsrorliIpprorNempolltan NUOft1 C c i 1 I I are r j L or on nacuaa An iua n or usnusa raenang near new I Ofl or any rnroaa ureapne c blorInlnbAgoI rt Iso ererjtttlnir In niuleal liwtmmeBC at lowet whell prIce wrtto for tree peewu orjnn plao rUblIteeSEARSs i i i T g s 7 r ir t The Richmond Climax JC1I4UITprvprIciorsacdrjjtorz l C B WOODS Atsoclstt Editor 1 WEDNESDAY APRIL 12 1899 ilUBL4flxD XVFBY WEDNKSDAY BY i I Tho Climax Printing Co PRICE PER YEAR 150 ANNOUNCEMENT FOR AUDITOR JWeare authorized to announce JOHN B of Madison county a candidate 1 for the office of State Auditor subject to the i action of the Democratic State Convention t FOB BEPJtCSKXTATIVB We are authorized to announce M n WILL IAMS a candidate forthe Legislature subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to atlnoince W W COMBS a candidate to succeed himself in the next general assembly of the State of Ken 1 tucky subject to the will of the Democratic party CALL FOR COUNTY CONVENTION Ruoteed That a District Convention shall be hold in the Third Railroad District of Kentucky on Wednesday April 20 1890 for tho purpose of nomi nating a Democrati candidate for Railroad Commissioner said dlstrlcl Said Convention will meet in the city of Winchester at oclock p in Dele gates 10 said Convention shall be chosen at County Mass Conventions to be held at various county seats in the district at 2 oclock p m on Saturday April 16 1800 That tho basis of representation from each county to the District Con vention shall be one delegate for every two hundred votes and each fraction over one hundred votes cast for the head of the Democratic electoral ticket at the Presidential election in 1899 That all known Democrats and others who will pledge themselves to support tho nominee of said District Con vention shall be entitled to participate in the County Conventions to select delegatesJ M LASSING Chairman SouTii THIMBLB Secretary Pursuant to the above call I request the Democrats of Madison county to meet in Mass Convention at tho Court House in Richmond Ky at 2 oclock p m on Saturday April 15th 1899 to 4appoint delegates to attend the District to be held at Winchester Ky April 26th 1S99 to nominate a Democratic candidate for Railroad Com missioner in the Third Railroad District of Kentucky JOHN B OHBNALT Clnnn District Com Madison County Ky March 2Itli 1S09 RICHMOND milliners are working over time to add to the white mans burden DEl RSR of the army boot is con lined to those republican organs using the syndicate editorials prepared at AVashington D C Tins news from Manila indicates that no American generals are like Shafter in Cubaswin ii in hammocks six miles behind the ftrlll line Tux effort to suppress rowdyism on the bttee ball field will prove futile so long as rowdyism marks the meeting of the men who manage baseball WITH the addition of onions pota toes and water a very palatable soup could have been made of the canned roast beef by leaving tho canned roast beef out HISTORY will bo incomplete without recording the fact that most of the boasted aoconirliohmenls of the pres out administration have been the sub jects of official inquiry TUB announcement that MrrBryan was about to publish a book entitled From Republic To Empire is with out foundation A Chicago house will however publish such a book and it will contain several speeches delivered by Mr Bryan against the policy of im perialism Mr Bryan has no financial inlcrestTin the book 1 C1F1BOWerCo11 LEXINGTON KY Did it Ever t Occur to You That you can save your self Time Trouble and t Money by making your l ii purchases here 1 f WALL PAPER i The kind exclusive stores ask 15 to 25c forwe will ofier for 12Ac Hall and dining room paper in all the shades at moderate t prices Tk 11CMn Our stock of Dinnerware Toilet ware Glassware IS now ready anti we think you will find it about what you want 100piece dinner sot odd quaint English shape beautiful deep blue doco rition exclusive china store would ask 25our price 18 24 China Chocolate lots at lOc Ton dozen Salad Plates the 100 klndat09e Four dozen each 3 kind bread and butter jtjatcs 75c dozen Decorated China Lamp complete with shades large burners etc 150 each Have You SeenThe Line of IGc Plates f CifiBroiiferCo MAIN AND BROADWAY LEXINGTON KY frtytMjr r l WONDEB if canned roast beef was among the culinary stores of HrAlgers ship on which ho went to Cuba Bet it was not on Ibe htlloffaro Tins charges of bribery sprtingin the Railroad Convention at Frankfort should be a lesson to ambitious politi cians not to pay cash before goods are delivered HON C C McCoBD of Washington was nominated on the first ballot at Frankfort for the Democratic candfdale for Railroad Commissioner in theSecond District The Convention was the most exciting ever held in Kentucky OVEn three hundred dead American soldiers embalmed by embalmed beef were DrouJht from CuKa and Porto ArllnglonEagan were not there to shed tears of remorse IN todays CtiHAXalady answers the Question why home people do not buy certain goods from home merchants Inasmuch as she blames it on the Gold Standard we will not say a word Otherwiseotherwise Mrs come again Tne outcome of the deadlock of the Boyle legislative convention was the nomination of an outsider Mr Charles C Bacby a young lawyer who was not in the convention hall when nominated and knew nothing about it for hours The result of the closely contested race between Messrs Richardson Minor and Reid has been to excite admiration for their willingness to net for the best interest of the party Chairman Wingate also comes in forpraise for his superb conduct of the delicate situations with which be was frequently confronted Boyle countys convention was a signal victory for fair and square politics THAT General Miles has proved aU he claimed about the army beef we submit the following extracts from the ocean of testimony of ths same tenor CampThomasSlime in the meat at Santiago Nauseating odors and filth in the meat in Porto Rico Chucks canned in Chicago and sold to the government and others Cows carrying calves killed and packed in Chicago and sold to the trade Saltpeter and borax used in the Chi cago Cunning factories Men were sickened by the beef in Porto Rico- Captain Henry Wygant lately of Richmond but who was in the San Juan battle testifies that the beef was devoid of nutrition General Miles was mistaken T1i meat was all right 1 TIlE Iowa Supreme Court has knocked out the most ingenious plan of evading the liquor laws ever devised the only one by which liquor could be sold in towns having no saloon petitions M Snyder President of the First N a tional Bank of Grinnell had liquors shipped to that town in packages Bills of lading in namesof fictitious per sons and sight drafts accompanied shipments Snyder would sell a bill of hading to any person who would pay the draft The buyer could go to the depot and get the liquor Snyder was indicted for maintaining a liquor nuisance and fined On appeal the Supreme Court held ho was guilty that though he did not own either the liquors or build ing which contained them he never the less maintained tim nuisance This method of getting liquors into dry towns has been employd extensively and was believed to circumvent the law THE ENORMOUS MONOPOLIES Senator Chandler of New Hampshire bears the following damaging testimony against Trusts and fears that they will destroy his tho Republi can party unless something is done to check the growing evil The growth of trusts in this country is destroying all incentives to individual enterprise and putting all power industrially in the hands of multimillion airesIngenious and industrious men of moderate means whether manufacturers or traders are being crushed out by the enormous monopolies The bright est and best business men in the coon try are rapidly being forced to become mere salaried employesof corporations with immense capital The effect of such an industrial system is deteriora ting in society as a whole The influence of such aggregations are not only powerful industrially but bmuipolent politically These enormous combinations of capital control the politics of the country nominate the candidates then furnish the means to carry the elections and later direct all legislation State and National and dominate the use of all executive power MR McCREARY ON THE POLITICAL SITUATION Washington Post April SJ Few public men in the country have had a more honorable public career than that distinguished Kentucky Democrat and courtly gentleman ex Gov James B McCrpary who was seen at the Rigga last evening In the twelve years of his service as Congressman he worked Incessantly for the interests of his district and State and in the councils of his party he was always deemed one of the best and wisest advisers On beingasked the situation in the Blue Grass State Gov McCreary said There is nothing but good feelingprev alent in the ranks of the Kentucky Democracy A spirited canvass is go ing on between the three aspirants for the Governorship but it matters not to which tho nomination fans the Democratic candidate will be elected I think we will carry the State by from 25000 to 30000 votes A great many who went away from the party in 1896 have returned anti all bitterness be tween opposing factions has boon al layed We lost tIme State in 96 but next year Mr Bryan or wboeveriis the Presidential standard bearer of the party will get Kentuckys electoral vote I presume that Mr Bryan will be the nominee again on pretty much tho same platlorm although there willno doubt be a strong declaration against trusts and against imperialism The Republicans will almost certainly re nominate Maj McKinley and we shall have a campaign pretty much on the lines of tho preceding one dr notice that thero will bo a contest caucnsnomination It would be far better I think to go back to the old plan of having no par titular leader of the minority party in the House The plan of devolving upon one man the entire responsibility of party management and policy is not a wise one for it engenders rivalries and friction which were much better avoided It In a late innovation and the best thing the emoerataof the rtit I e IIIIr i i Dqrabitut is Better Than Show9 The wealth of the multimillionaires is not equal to good nealtn Riches without health area curse and yet the rich the middle classes and the poor alike have in Hoods Sarsaparilla a valuable as sistant in getting and main taining perfect Health It never disappoints Scrofula Three years ago our son now eleven had a serious case of scrofula imd erysipelas with dreadful soreSt discharg lug and Itthlns constantly He could not walk Several physicians did not help for sixteen months Three months treatment perfectlyMiLe DAVID LAICD Ottawa Kansas Nausea Vomiting spells dizziness and prostration troubled me for years Had neuralgia grew weak and could not sleep My age was against me but Hoods Sarsaparilla cured me thoroughly My weight Increased from 125 to 143 pounds I am the mother of nine children Never felt so well and strong since I was married as Ido now MRS Mst WATSKS 1529 33d St Washington D C Eczema We had to tie the hands of our two year old son on account of eczema on face and limbs No medicine even helped until we used Hoods Sarsaparilla Wycx123MontlOmery floods Pint cora liver Ill the nonlrrlUOor and only eathanie to take with Hoed NtnapartlU rection of affairs to a few leading men whose status was etermlned by their assignments to the more important committees THAT ELECTRIC LINE TO LEXINGTON The visit of the Lexington capitalists Messrs Bennett and Slade last week upon a mission of vital importance to this community was the subject of much comment That an electric railroad will be built from Lexington to this city is by some knowing ones considered reasonably certain In view of the seriousnes of the subjective reprint the report of civil engineer Totten made from notes made along the route last week MB TOTTENS REPORT To Mr J TSladeand Dr David Bennett GENTLEMEN In the matter ofthe proposed electric railway from Lexington to Richmond along the turnpike I write to say that in our carriage reo connoisance of the route I saw no special difficulties of construction from an engineers point of view The road would require very light work in grading and masonry for 23 of the 24 miles proposed the three miles including tho crossing of the Kentucky river would require more work but at no great cost except as to the bridge at the river The route from Lexington following the turnpike is remarkably straight for fourteen miles to the river hills with but few curves and gently undulatjng grade a few only of the grades being as much as five feet in one hundred The drainage to be provided for is very small acd the item of masonry in Ihe elimale will not amount tQmuch South of the river the same features obtain except that the hills approxi mate more generally the maximum gradient of 5 per cent Time route al the river crossing will re quire careful study as there is a choice of routes both north and south of the bridge I think however that a good line can be had with no grade to exceed the 5 per cent maximum that is neces sary to the rest of the lino The old bridge can be purchased and strengthened to suit the new require monte or a new bridge can be erected but considering the cracked condition of the north abutment of the present bridge I should rather favor a new structureTo the road three sources of power will be required one at Lexing ton one at the river and one in Rich mond Those at tho termini can be combined wIth time already existing plants or power can be purchased The plant at the river where water can be had in abundance and compound condensing engines can be used will be more economical to operate than the others and should supply the greater part of the required power It is possible also thai dependent on the future location of the lock in the river the Kentucky river may supply a part of the necessary power at no distant time The 23 miles ef proposed line along the turnpike passes through a thickly settled farming district with tine mann sions within sight at frequent intervals It passes also no lees than five post offices each with its little village around it a nucleus for future growth The country traversed is as fine as any in the Blue Grass Region and that as everyone knows is the finest in the world I see no reason why the proposed road will not be a profitable investment for capitalists at the same time being of time greatest benefit to those interested along the lineVery Respectfully A I TOTTEN o E MARRIED ConBaowuoPendleton Cobb of Madison and Hiss LydiaBrowning of Fleming were married at theresidence of Lafayette English in Jessamine on Saturday April OUnsEBAYi71gAMTJlC friends of Rev C LKourse C U 01 will lie pleased to hear ot his marriage which occurred yesterday to Miss Wilmuth Archer Bayuman of Gracey Taipg county DEATHS PxidmvMrs Elizabeth Perry moth er of Dr G G Perry of White Hall died as a result of paralysis at her home in Fayetle county onAVednesday last aged 79 Interment in Lexington cemetery JliciTAnnsoN Mrs Mattio Richard son died on Tuesday last of con sump lion at the homo of her husband Lee Ricliiiruaon on time Irvine pike De ceased was about 25 years of age was a daughter of James Blevens and her re mains were laid away in tIme Peter Gentry burying ground WednesdaylWt and respected citizen of that section in his 88th year Interment the tam ily burying ground nearSilver Creek Six children survive Mrs Elizabeth Anderson of Kansas Mrs Larker MimI lens and Mrs Sarali Johnson ol Clark and Mrs Eliza Witt Wm Jobn oa Jr and P B Jphneon of this coantyi wbe IB their breavMMiBt bavc tile lt W iliS t i tJ tr t j APRSONAJ Miss Van Greenleaf is at Paris Miss El aSchlcgel is vfeiting in 1It Sterling 1 Mrs Henry R Picbels is visiting in Jessamine Mr John R Gibson was in Louisville on Monday Mr JJen HUrsfi t wps at f Ford Friday on business Miss Belle Bennett was in Lexing JTSJ 9 iA a ton last week lion ra4Jl fiCrearj la5at ftlioino from Washington fcla1tveDr lusk of Berca has gone mqifot Springs for his healfti Rev Ashford Reeves of Lexington spent Sunday in this city Miss Annie Bennett visited Miss Pearson of Lexington last week MrsB F Tevis of Kirkaville is Visiting Mrs John Cotton at Danville Mrs Minerva Williams of nIt Sterl ingls the guest of Mrs Maria Lynn Judge J M Benton antI wife were in Richmond Monday Winchester Sun Mr W E Qrigsby of Paducah visi ted his father Mr E A Grigsby1ast- week Mrs II B Hanger was the guest last week of Miss Olivia Fant at Flemings burg Mrs Lacy Bright is visiting tier mother Mrs J H Dixon iii Washing ton City Judge P II Sullivan and family have taken rooms at Mrs Maria Ly n son Third street Misses Mary and Luella Winn of Platt City Mo are the guests ofjkliss May Ballard Miss Lorrette Garlrell of Mexico lIfo is time charming guest of Miss Laura Lynn Miss Rosa Justice ot Winchester arrived Tuesday and is the guest of Mr and Mrs R P Fox Mr Aljen Zaring was present at the JucknorCassidy nuptial at Ml Sterl- Ing last Wednesday Miss Jessie Turley is visiting Mrs Walker McKinney nee Miss Hallie Boggs at Winchester Misses SudiaandDora Russell wore the guests of Mrs J Tovis Wilkerson at Lexington last week Miss Annio Owen of Red House has returned home after pleasant visit to Miss Lena Parker on North street Miss Virginia Chenault of George town ilt the attractive guest of the- MissessPendletonVinchester Dem ocrat Tho Stanford Journal says that Miss Nannette Heath was engaged to give a dramatic recital at the opera house las nightMiss Willie 1C Hocker of Pine Bluff Arkansas visited Mrs J C Chenanlt and Miss Tempie Oldham several days last week Mr and Mrs Wm Fulton of Kan sas City and Mrs Betlie McComas and son of Chicago are visiting Mrs Nancy Moberley Mrs CW Ware of Trenton is the guest of Sirs C H Vaught Mr and Mrs Will Ware were also guests of Mrs Vaught last week t Mrs Wm H Miller entertained twenty guests at a fine dinner on SIt uestlMissNew York last yeok Her entertain mont inMasqniu Unit tost evening gave every promise of being largely al tended Mj T II Clay Jr and Miss Bessie daughter of Mr and Mrs Bnckncr Woodford will be marrid at the home of the bride on the 10th inst Paris ReporterMrs M Smith has returned from Louisville whore she visited the fash ionable dressmaking establishments preparatory to beginning her spring sewing in this city Mr Soph Grimes of Cynthiana is here for a few days Mr Grimes with the exception of Tommy Harding was the best pitcher ever at C U He was also a slugger Prof yan Norman entertains the Prandennial Club tomorrow evening at the State Bank and Trust Company building Subject Shall Office of Judges Be Elective The marriage of Miss Margaret Woodford daughter of JT Woodford of Montgomery county and 1VmV Gay a prominent young farmer of Clark is announced fur 26th inst Mr W W Tigg of Richmond pre sented to his namesake Wm Bogs of near Nlcholasville a watch and chain costing 140 in honor of his twenty first bjrthday Jessamine Journal MrsLena Baldwin Shanks of Stan ford and Miss Ollie Baldwin of this city are at the bedside of their sister Mrs Mamie Baldwin Brittain at An napolis Mrs Brillain is some better Mrs J B Parks of Richmond is visiting Mrs C W Owens Mrs C D Chenault of RlehcTond is visiting her mother Mrs S G Humph reysat Sumners Forest Wood ford Sun v Honorable mention for excellence in work has been awarded Miss Estill W Walker of this city at the University- of Chicago Honorable mention is made of those students whose records aver age for six months abovo B on the system of marking adopted by the University Mr Charles D Miller is enjoying a wellearned rest from his typographic duties by a quiet sojourn to his native home In Estill Under the inspiring shadows of Sweet Lick Knob Charles will doubtless Indict the poem Come Back To Me Sweetheart to his New Orleans girl whom he has not heard from since the war Miss Van Greenleaf of Richmond Miss Sue Douglass of Winchester and Miss Louise Kaufman of Lancaster are guests of Lizzctte DicVson on Awarded Highest Honors DR Worlds Fair CfilJ BAKING PODLRMOST PERFECT MADE fNCbm49 TCAJtl TNI JTAMCAW u Third streeLDrCimas BDickBon who Rratiuaied last week from the llaltinioictlf College of Denial Surgery arriv d homa yesterday He will be associated for several modtlis with Dr Mll Daily Lifter vl1lcJ ho will opeA an office of his own Dr Dickson is ono of time brightest young men of Paris and is sure to succeed in bis pro fession Paris News H ECl iOus BoTatmui TrTcTSna3i3cburseaT Grove Sunday raised a tutrult JIe was particularly severe on dancing and especially so On those who furnish oc casion for such pastime when some hairdozen or more ladies got up and left the house Things looked a little squally for awhile and being unused to such procedure you can imagine my amazement As the offended sisters filed outat the door the preacher re marked that to move a terrapin it was unIt necessary to put fire on its back Quiet beiny restored time preacher took up the thread of his discourse and continued his tirade against the sins most prevalent in that section Bro Price has taken upon himself the arduous task of moralizing that community and if he escapes a whipping there is Doth lag in the scowl portrayed upon the countenances of those ladies who gave him the cold shake Sunday Middle burg cor Stanford Journ- alCORRESPONDENCE IRVINE fEstmCountyl Mrs Jim Congleton fs visiting nt Moberley Station Miss Nettie Maguire was the guest of Miss Lillie Barker last week Mrs D A Wallace and Miss Ida White are in Cincinnati buying goods Mr McGinn conducted the Easter services at the Christian chmurchApril r VM Snowdnand George Will tarns were in Richmond last county court day Miss Ida Park is with liersister Mrs With Simpson who is low with cori sumption Mrs Harry Mihvard of Lexington is visiting her father David Bergman at this place Miss Edith MahnfTay gave a candy party to some of her young friends Fri day evening Mr John Powers representing the Power Grocery Co of Paris has been in Irvine this week Chins D Miller of Richmond is vis iting his aunts Mrs Thomson and Miss Daniel at this place Mrs Tom Williams Jr entertained Mr and Mrs David Bergman and Mrs Harry Milward Wednesday evening Saturdayevening C W Miller enter tainment Judge Redwine Attorney Bird and V L Vaugn at his fathers residence on Main street Miss Elizabeth Miller of Nicholas yule was in Irvine a few moments last Monday She is now visiting her brother Hugh Miller near Richmond Hugh Riddell is moving to the Will Gould property opposite time residence of WT n Williams Mr Riddell married Miss Sholbj of Lexington last June This is their first attempt at housekeeping and we wish them much joy and happiness Th ursday young Larrison was arrested for house breaking He broke through the front window of the old corner store which contained some of M M Mill ers old stock of goods Larrison con feared that ho had helped himself to three bolts of dress goods two of which were returned but time Ihird is missing THE MOUNTAIXBBK LOCAL Capt Smith Very Much Alive and Kicking apt J Speed Smith is so strongand well that he is vigorously kicking against the publications of para graph in various newspapers which he denounces as premature and in ex cessively bad tasle- Richmond Ky April SHon J Speed Smith exClerk of the Kentucky legislature foruier candidate for the Republican nomination for Congress in prominentSate is avery sick man and his friends are alarmed at his condition lIe has Brichts disease Recently ho made a tiip to time city and was examined a himtherepoputarhundreds of friends all over the State failinghealthThe above dispatch appeared in Sun days Lexington Leader and at that moment Cast Smith wits delivering a funeral oration over time correspondent Captainbest of health bQt his condition is not such as to warrant such a distressing narrative He was down town on Sun day and when asked if he would like to get in a 20foot hug with the man who started the report heroplied Nor want smaller enclosure than a 20 foot ring I would Hk to catch him by goodforKentucky University Will Hereafter Send College Boys At last Saturdays stormy meeting of time Executive Committea of the Inter Collegiate Oratorical Association at Lexington a new constitution was adopted which will more nearly place the five colleges on an equality when it comes to selecting their orators hereafter The wide latitude in her choice of speakers has given to Ken tucky University such a pronounced advantage that it has become monoto nous to the four other institutions of the association and they have been long considering an amendment re strlctlng the orators to undergraduate collegians debarring men from the professional schools To this end Mr Crook from C U last Saturday offered a resolution that each representa tive to the oratorical contest must be a student meeting time full academic requirements of tIme college proper and an undergraduate according to time full meaning of the word Naturally Kentucky University thisa1JEgeddfswhich has won four annual contests heroralors in almost every case being students of tIme Bible Department whiclj is composed of men of mature years postgraduates and often mar- rIed and ed in active ministerial work Naturally from such a body of men yanking in years from 23 to 35 vero to be found speakers of long experience on whom K U depended lo combat time young fellows of 1721 chosen from the society halls of the other institutions It was said to time discredit of K IT by One of her tIde Kates last Saturday that any such amendment would shut out twothirds or threefourths of their men and would necessitate their withdrawal lIr1Littlewas confession on the part of K If that she was us a literary in etitutiorl the interior of rivals and that K U waebutJl big Seminary with Kb MKMfrie Kt dU cM ffl M Mr tolorM L U n I jkIiizoi z i wtr j 1r 7 i tT c JI + ui iWE HATE HOT 8F CAL tAnd canhill1eIp- romptlyi Our Piie Knot and Straight Creek Coals can not be eic Ii celled We also hancile gay Crn1Ic TolO phone 21 near R 11 I Ie B Dept CakS Toras- Sftictly L the Association that if she could not coinpete wIthihe other institutions on the only legitimate conditions for a fair and creditablo contest then K U is notup to the standard Mr tAttle ottered this amendment as a cotnpromisc and it was adopted K U opposing and Centre and Georgetown supporting a vote of 62 State College not voting Anv ono may take part in the con test that is either a student of law Bible or art college who has never practice law or hind from week to week or month to month or at anv regular interval the ehargeof achurch If this amendment stands and Czar passsgbereafterselect an experienced preacher or an old lawyer matriculate him in the Col lege of Arts nUll put him up on the platform to compete with bona fide yearshisRev Mr R E Moss who won the contest last week represented K U and preaches at Kirksville in this county and at Walton Ky This is his fifth year at K U having previously taught school in Tennessee His sgois not known to time writer but ho will probably bear tho added dis tinction of being the last old man to enter the Kentucky oratorical contest without a heavy handicap for ag style and previous occupation CB W Indictment ol Insurance Companies In yfew of time fact that Insurance Companies have lately come in for a deal of attention at the hands of various circuit judges we append this article from time Paris Repot ter where recent ly the grand jury indicted time companies for violating the antitrust laws of time state The jury in the case stood C for to C against punishment Jt is a matter of regret that the in vestigatiou in time trial of the insurance coiftpanles did not take a wider range and cover a longer period of time for the education of the public on time general subject of insurance One year 1897 was allowed in proof as far as Bourbon county is concerned It developed that in that year the agencies collected about 32000 and paid out in losses commissions and expenses about 19000 Whether profit of 13000 was reasonable or unreasona ble or whether that was a good bad or averageycar the evidence was not conclusive The reduction of the average of rates in the town after the building of the water works and putting In the electric alarm system was very slight and no evidence was presented to show whether the rate before 1890 was a losing one or not to the companies The companies certainly are so bound together as to rates and risks that they act as one company and herein lay grounds for tIme charge of combination but time fact remained that they did not raise the rates but rather lowered them gave them grace in time sight of some of time jurors The fact that thirty large insurers testified that they were satisfied wIth the rates Is not conclusive evedenco that the rates are reasonable The av erage insurer is totaU dependent upon the agent for information and the companyThuas to what is a reasonable or unreason able rate and when the other element of uncertainty ribk is added ho is fogThe are in the hands of men who are capable of ferril lag out this matter and informing time public and they owe to their constitu ents to give them the cheapest and most reliable insurance possible If the reports that our average rate is too high they should not be content until it Is low ered Tho Court of Appeals will soon decide whether these companies are technically guilty of violating anti trust law by forming themselves in such boards as the Kentucky and Tennessee Board of Fire Underwriters In the meantime while this matter is pending it is lo be hoped that the companies will not threaten or desert any of our territory They have ro ceived our money for years and owe to their constituents their agents and themselves to stand their ground If time present law forbids boards the old reliable can manage to get paying risks witheut boards Hows This We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that can not be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure F J CHENEY Co Toledo O- We the undersigned have known F Jr Cheney for time last 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by their firm DrugaistsToledoWalding Kinnan Marvin Wholesale Druggist Tolodo Ohio Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internal ly acting directly upon time blood and muCOUQ snrfaccs of time system Testi monials sent free Price 75c per bottle DruggistsHalls are the best 1m vEPOUTorthec mdltionofthe Farmers National Bank at Klcniuond in time State of Kentucky at the close of business April 5 159- 51tESOURC1 fjoans anil discounts 255419 66 21Dltocli insecurities etc 45000 Blinking liouxe furniture and 11xluello 6500 00 Due from National Banks nut Re serve Agents JI7J 84 DnA front mate Banks and bunkers 453 Line approved reserve ngents E933377 Checks and other cash Items 00 Revenue 305 00 Nntex otollier National BaukL 324000 Fractional paper currency nickel nnd lelll 31 46 Lawful Money Reserve In Bank vie Bpecie 15003 Redemption fund with U B Treas urer 5 per ecu u of clrctilnllon 225000 TOTAL 44025lS 15 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid In 1SO000 00 Surplus fund 30XX 00 Uiiulvlded profits lexpenlClJ 5506tNatlonllDue 10 other National lUDk 4 608 29 Dae to State Bank nnil baukcm 502 00 Iiullvidnaideposltasabjectta chcctt 16o7U 32 Fond to pay tax JlM 00 TOTAI 402 1515 FOF KENTUCKY RHof Madison JH 8ParkeuCnjtlilercf the nbovenaraed bank do solemnly wear that time above Btntement Is true tat the best of my know edge and belief a R PARKES Co hler Hiibicnbexl and swon to before me thUlttti dub of April JAMES 8 CKurcnizn Notary Pubtlc- CoanacTAttesim d F liWirmal THUS J SMITH Directors U WlIADEN coT T OWcs OT SXc I am ready to furnish Thoroughbred Light Tlraliraa Eggs at for 15 The cockerel that I bought a few weeks ago are from the pea that took lint prize at New Alban and LoukvilIe IKftPoultry Shom lest year an aJ80 Scratch laatg8hKMt 15 Onkn Sued ia order acHee1v larry S RuM f wbfti I4aM t4 f iijk it I I 19 sum 1B99 r LEGAL TEST 16036 Record 229U fourth heat In a race on a halt mile track Sired by the great Election set the only horse with 187 In 230 LEOLTKsTJJ1 data brDon Victor by Williamson1 Belmont Minnie by ton of Hambletonlan 10 3d dam Laara Keene by Hambletonian 10IIU producing dams His sire Electioneer stands ahead of any horse living or dead both as a sire ot extreme speed and 230 performers and his son Chimes la the champion trotting Sulllon sa a sIre 0 fast And consistent race horses having to his credit seven with average records of 2iUadistinction which is not eqnaled even by the great George Wilkes or any of his suns The is well acquainted with such noted performers as The Monk The Abbot Fantasy Janie T etc from year td year the leading stars of the truf The get of this great horse also hold the records for yearling twoyearold and three yearold trotters Leon TBST is 18 hands hirrh fine weight with a perfect disposition lie goes with a fourounce shoe In front behind and is quiteahandaomehore Will stand at 1500 to insure a living colt aprs2mB H NEALE NEW = 99 = a1IPaper IInN a D Back as5cOn up in price to the flue Pressed Papers No use to waste yonr valuable time looking at small sample books of old style job papers We have ft number of experienced Paper Hangers We hac No More + 4 4 +++++ +++ ++ for hanging than those who cut up and otherwise destroy your paper New Window Shades Mounted on Spring Rollers fix Lures complete ready to hang from lOc on up in price B M51iItI ff III STREE- TBICIIMOND KY Wall Paper Window Shades Paints Oils alwaysthe 50 YEARS EXPERIENCE I TRADE MARKS DESIGNS rvy I COPYRIGHTS Ac Anyone sending a sketch and des1pUon may Qnlcklr ascertain our opinion free whether an InrenUon Is probably patentable Communlov tlonf KrlctlrconlXlcnual Handbook on Iatcnta jrpalenuPatentspedaL notice without charge In the Scientific jftttrican A handsomely Ulnstrated weekly Tersest dp dilation of any nctenuflo journal Tcnns 13 a year four months fl br all newgdealera MUNN CO36 I Broadrlr York Branch Once V t Woihliigton 2S27 SfttEfl DRIVING IS BOTH HEALTHFUL AND PLEASURABLE sayextremelydriving in one of our easy and handsome Buggies and Ph tons 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 SEND US ONE DOLLiiendyoutmiimizaiua coos ITOrISY freight COD iabectto aintntloa IDurelllI coarges ThiS stove ii sire 5OL0Y50 is ICXzlKll sop U Oi33i mule from bel t pig Jroo extra gratelmaryornamentation und trlmmlnt extra lam deeP tenalneSiuCltllIaIa IId rawraJr hand tome ornamented bale 11m Mal be aDd we rirnlih runt an extra wood grate miklnfr It a per tees 4 taner ni IMStI EISBIJO GC1B1STI with JoarraJtroa4roe a stove th freight is only lfjorpeel too e aI iet SEARS ROEBUCK COOHCJClICACO1lL tun BwbttV a eo an tU7 nUibUUSterl- aprSSm BX ijT RJ ITi Q r LANDPhilip Rutledge as Executor of James Rutledge will sell publicly on the premises 3 miles south of Winchester Ky on the Two Mile road near Flanagan Station on the L N Railroad on iriy5 A pdl 2t bJamcsUutledgesiatiug of 35O ACRES iSaicl land is In Two Tracts one con tal ping about JOG acres lying on the timebalancesid of said road The farm is ono of ClarkconntJjnearlyallbei other aec 8sary improvements on each tract Time tracts will be Offered sepa rattJy sat then as a whole and Rccjjpted which will produce the moat- nmorwy beiiMneIiPllLIP OTTLEME a Aapwt 1itii jI j t 1 jh i t i t tA t1flflniKL1UUUUUI WE HAVE JUST zcRECEIVED t r1iBolts Thffth Ribbon u N S Co Brand which we will r4Csell for a fqw clays only atJvthe following prices No 80 at 20c worth 400iNo 40 at 15c No 36 at lOc worth 20c This is a chance that the ladies of Richmond Aft Y and Madison county will have to supply usualprieeThet 6T teeaTme 1e Is now open and we have new hats of all kinds We invite inspection We are showing all the tr Novelties of the season At prices that knocks out competition Our stock of SILK and SATINS 4 is larger than ever before We iviII be pleased to show you what we have 1M etareshowing a choice ijS Wof Black Dress Goods at 155 25 35 50 65 75c 125 and 200 per yard Lace Curtains 39c per pair upl n Dotted Swiss SAc per yd up See our new Curtain goods Window Shades complete 10 to 500e3Matting 12J to 24c per yd Lunch Baskets 10 14 and 19cI t3 Childrens Baskets 5 and lOc Department Ourstoek complete See what and 3 talk iStock largest Price Baby Come and see what we have to 1C buyrc Ssub mitted to cash trade flflsIfJ 1 J 71 7I 7I ij 7Jj 7 SAY7r ijy anyWline not stop until they get to the Old Reliable House of D B SH ACKELFORD S CO They are now buying for And receiving tile Largest and Most Complete Stock for the Spring trade that ever came to Richmond They have had a lifetime expel V ience the hardware business and they think 7 t 6x they know the peoples wants They are pre NftX pared sell you anything the hardware line xj ft for less money than you can get the same goods anywhere Now when you are not trading with S Co just keep your hand on your foot and your eye peeled for hoodoos g- W UflYLI1MAIN STREET RICHMOND KY V Receivers Notice All owing accounts at Qua Margolins can call at my office and settle seine without additional cost U B COLYEK- anr34w Ueceirer Planters UBIAN TEA cures Dyspep sin Constipation and Indi gestion Regulates theLiver Pricc25cts Sold by Perry Thomas successors to W Q White 111 ncrEcnr i k with order TWtt WE TillS TOP BGGY- kri Ait s1 biIgIM ltPI For 159 sI left Grade Seased Rim Patent 1 n ounceS niomy itd h Pa li IIl Our Clothing is 3 complete prettiestlimme 1jof Notions and lardware is 25eJOur J are of the town time the 3 4 5 il0 and IIc 1SNnot Respectfully 1 h to j in to in x rabbit 7 persons lath sun the PEKUY On April 3 to time wife of Dr G G Perry formerly Miss Majsie Igo a handsome boycWantcl situation By an old gardner and milker Small wages to right man AddresscSro A D Miller at this office marlCtf Advance Advertisement WATCH THIS EVERY WEEK Next Fleecedlined Hose Worth 2Octs for li ts 12 yds Torshon Lace for 4c Biainsthis week in table linen napkins and counter panes The Maine Commission Co Dry Goods Notions and other articles Re member the name when ihj doub- tTIIOS1EIIIIIEN i1aager Con MAW AND CUBAPSIDE nov23ly RICHMOND KY SEND ONE DOLLAR sysciijrcrunwicrear KIICTLI BiniimiTM riwiiVTo i cii5c7audfrelcMalwrca MAkE LStSt Cieu11Laarrmi Ocurselead buySee nIbs BIRTHS week- U1Ladies ji wAJ iui cri r = 1 f lr IrfiENTS p ij UntoDateIJ j J Liniment t tn WE ARE NOW READY TO SHOW THE LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE LINE OF SPRINB SHOES1 HATS AND FURNISHINGS found in Richmond All the new and uptodate They cannot to Come early and get your choice are lower than ever before known in Richmond LRICE ARNOLD 1 Successors WALLACE RICE n WE ARE SOLE AGENTS FOR THE BOYS AND MISSES BLACK CAT LEATHER STOCKINGS OUR SPRING GRaTING 99 To our many customers of the past seasonw patronageTotial waya way that is certain to interest all who want to save moneywe offer for SPIJING AND SUMMER THE STRONGEST MOST DEPENDABLE AND FASHIONABLE LINE OF AND BOYS CLOTHING that has ever been seen in this city and at much lower than elsewhere You do not have to be an to trade at this store judgmentbackAnother great feature that makes choosing easy is our large arid exclusive assortment Our statements are not mere sayso we stand ready to substantiate them with the solid merit of our clothing which is the only true basis on which to do business That we are to your patronage we can easily prove if you will pay our store visit An inspection is all we ask Our highgrade qualities and low do the convincing COVINQTON MITCHELL ONIM3OJS H3H1Y31 3V3 SOV13 3HJ 3BI1 SnV3M LV HaY tNIOOLS OH SI Cuts wounds burns sprains and bruises quickly boat if you apply Bal lards Snow Price 23ctsand Wets Perry Thomas apr5lm Winchester boasts of blind tigers I I t YOU r rMENS to be styles fail please Our prices to MENS prices expert entitled a prices 3H3HJ thirtyone Mr J Whitney of Detroit says Digestos cured me of Dispepsia of twenty years standing Try a box 25c at all druggist One hundred coal minors in Daviess county went on a strike DAYS LLR teJ OneFourth Off Clearing Sale tIwill last r Br the forelock if you want the benefit of the OneFourth OFFOn all Heavy Goods such asp Suits Overcoats Shoes Tin L derwear Hats c IH1I STRrt G Tk Cfetkier The Sfcosr The flatter TLc Furaisier 1 r f1i 1 ifLf r The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY APRIL 12 1893 Dr Hobson Dentist Proctor Knott Cigar Zenie Cobb continues to improve at White Hall J W Zaring Co paid Sl75 for four hundred barrels of corn teRevWaco last Saturday and Sundays Capt Toni Thorpe has resigned his position as Deputy County ClerkhElmer Pnrrish has accepted a po sition at Mr Thos Gibsdns livery sta ble The InsuranQQ ConipauiCs were not indicted by the Grand Jury at this term Base hall on the Campus Frjday afternoon K U vs C U2 cents admission The It KI B railroad will be offered for saloagain on Monday May at Versailles Mr G W Samuels has rented his farm at Caleast to II M Sam ehs and moved to town to live Dr L II Laudman the Cincinnati optician will be at the Zimmer Hotel on Wednesday April 12th Miss Teinpie Oldbam will close cheap her small line of ladies handkei chiefs underwear and hosiery Come at once The most brilliantly lighted storep in town is McCarm ifc Deathorages beautiful China store opposite Glrn don Hotel The Estill county Circuit Court re turned 101 indictments against Madi son parties for Jailing to register their lands Winchester Democrat The Richmond Cycle Club holds its weekly meetings at President Henry- S Strongs store The club Islarge growing and very enthusiastic Prof T C Lowery was on Wednes day last edmitted to the Bar of Rich mond having pissed the usual exami nation before a West Virginia courttE B Lanner of Ravenwood Mo1 brotherinlaw of W E Muncey paid 3000 for the 80 acre Crawford farm near Terrill and lies taken possession Bforthing to their interest by reading the notico on our first page third column Mrs Ann Fife ilL occupying the frame residence cast of W W Piggs on Main Street having lately sold her Appon Avenue cottage tot Mr J W Bales J W Bales paid IDa to E P ando J A McCord for a bay saddle mare a full sister toFayetto McCord the cham pion at Madison Square Garden N Y in 1898aW Frank Miller moved lila family to Lexington on Thursday last and the house they vacated on Fifth street will be occupied by Mis J F Stone and family Mr J II Crawford will otTer for Sale publicly at time George Bahlew farm on April 22 farming implements stock cron hay etc Ad will appear in our next issue Since the law partnership hItS been formed hero by Hays Hamilton Uobinon it has been said that their initials could be used in forming a very appropriate sentence In a Jofa Huiry to Rob Lancaster letter iu Stanford Journal Editor C E Woods of tho Richmond CLIMAX roust ben man of means He has moved seven times in thirty months and as three moves are said to be equal to one fire it will be seen that he still survives after being burned out 21 times Stanford Journal The CUMAX complains that stray cattle are destroying the lawns and trees in Richmond Try some of the Winchester Democrats cow poetryil broke up the cow business in Winches terllourbonN ews Come on with your poetry quick Deputy Sheriff Dick Collier has a pair of Cuban spurs sent him by Bert West son of the late Dr West of Kingston Mr R It Barnaul has a pair of Cuban spurs which were presented to the Into S B White by a US cavalry man who was at the battle of San Juan Hill While one of our bright little tote whose mother is a widow was saying his evening prayers at his mothers knee stopped in Jhe midst of his prayers and looking up into his mother face he said Mamma mustj ask God to make ne a big boy so I can WincbesterjDem Now that the big brick powerhouse of the electric light plant hns been completed the machinery will soon be installed tho Wires strung and the lights turned on This latter event Ts promised for May 1 or15 Mass Convention Saturday conIvOlitionto appoint delegates to attend the dis trict convention which is to meet at Winchester April 20 to nominate a Democratic candidate for Railroad Cominisio r in lhi tho Third JBftU ruse l14r14t c Henry Kochlcr Company Lumber dealers of Louisville Ky invite correspondence with Mill men who have lumber for sale They buy carsIInsurance Case Compromised The N W Mutual Life Insurance Co paid to John R Gibson 9000 in lieu of further contest over his suit as administrator of the late Ed H P latItersWanted To bUy all dead cattle both in the city nd county and will remove all dead orses without charge for the hides Headquarters at Hurst Fowlers store hear L N depot SUI BnOOl1F1lLD apr54w Richmond Ky Barred Plymouth Rock Twenty years a breeder of this ono variety stock better than ever beforr Boosters from E B Thompson New York Eggs 16 to 1 setting 100 MRS 111 F ABBUOKI Silver Creek Madison Co Ky m83m Big Fire in Fayelle Countyd F tiayettelasUTuesday tIme fire orisinaling from an explosion of gas in the cellar Time family was away from home at the time and nothing of any consequence was saved Time loss is placed at fI5 000 Many diamonds and other jewelry were destroyed Unfortunate Affair Sunday last n fatal encounter took lace near Syloam church in the Poo sey neighborhood between James Wi ley and Thomas Murphy whereby the latter was mortally wounded by Wiley who claims that his victim was the ag gressor having attacked him with a rock Wiley surrendered and was brought to this citytBig Industry Tor Madison Mr Chas L Searcy left yesterday for Gallon Ohio and Indianapolis to pur chase a new steam machinery outfit for his Tiling Factory at Waco Mr Searcy says time demand for tiling is rapidly growing and as Waco clay took ime premium at tIme Centennial Exposi ion In 1870 we have here the ground work for a mammoth enterprise Relics ol The Cuban War Mrs Thos E Baldwin while on a visit to her daughter Mrs Carlo rittain at Annapolis Md was pre s by Lt Brittain with several valuable relies of the grand naval engage ment between the American and Spanish fleets last summer Among the collection was a sixpound Spanish shell and a fragment of another A Very Live Live Stock Agent Beginning April 1 Mr Mat Cohen f this city assumed his duties as livestock agent of the L N 1l R with headquarters hero Mr Cohen is very lively live stock dealer himself nd thinks nothing of buying a carload of cattle before breakfast and shipping a train load of fine horses to New York He is a good man for the place New Komeopathlsl Dr Chas E Smoot graduate of the Chicago Homeopathic College and a welUikeil student of C U in 9195 has finally decided to locate here He has rented the two spacious offices in the Moberley Building fronting upstairs and will shortly take up his office there Time rooms are being placed in nice order and Dr Smoot will bo well situated Alex Pence Sentenced to Ten Years For killing James Smith a year ago Alex Pence was on Thursday last given a sentence of ten years in the peniten tiary Commonwealths At t o rn e y Crutcher and County Attorney Cobb conducted time prosecution Messrs W B Smith and B H Crooke defended Pence Pence is a white man as was also his victim is about 60 years of age sll1otheIt is Said nn appeal will be taken Important To Bank Stockholders We are requested to announce that all citizens of Richmond owning stock in National Banks no matter where lo cated are required to list same for tax ation with the City Assessor Mr J H Kennedy This change in the assess meat law is due to the recent decision of the Supreme Court of the U S whereby National Bank franchises are held exempt from city county and State taxation Hence time stockholders must pay time tax ou their individual hold tags Had Turned Tho Century Mark Mans years may be three score years awl ten the Bible sayr and yet fourI score years often rest like a cro silver on the brow of age But five score years and eight do so seldom silver the locks of time living that the extraordinary case which came under our observation this week deserves special mention True it was a negro but his black skin covered a good heart and his soul was we trust white in the sight of God Time old man was Andy Field who was born in 1T91 m whnt was afterwards Madison county at Old Town and was oncea stave of the brother of Mr Zeke Yield residing in Mississippi Uncle Andy died Friday at Kingston anti JIessrsBi5c ert ff it OidliMB buried hlni They toftiM tint the old nwaa youngest chiM AMly hfifUIIfto J I 0 iviYIYuiIIvIcWE HAVE PLENTY OF COAL ordersS Knot and Straight Greek Coals can not be excelled J S We also handle Bay Corn etc Tele- S phone 21 near RNIB Depot Terms Strictly Cash Nell Williams AA S The best smokor the Proctor KtiSlt a lgarTime weather still keeps cool no change in the last 24 hours Largest on Record moneyordErsweek which Mr Willis says was the largest number in the history of the ffice Thirtynine were issued in one ay Tim average daily number ofor ers is about ten llanan to aid Rev Geo 0 Barnes officiallyinformed manufacturer has become interested in Rev George O Barnes evangelistic work in Washington City and will pro vike any funds necessary to the sue cessful prosecution of it Mr Barnes and his daughter have been almost in dire straits since their arrival In Wash ington but their unfailing faith in God has enabled to prosecute their labor against great obstacles Handsome Gilt lo a Nicbolasvllle Church saysTimeate arrived here Friday and turned over to the trustees of the Presbyterian church 20000 It will be remembered that Mrs Sarah Withers who formerly lived here and who Was an ardent member of the church left this amount to the church two years ago at the time of her death for the purpose of building a library The money will be put out on interest for the present Time pastor of the church Is Rev Rutherford E Douglas who was graduated at C U in 91 and subsequently married Miss Annie Walters Letcher of this city Where Ladles Love To Linger Ten thousand glittering pieces of fancy queensware and China and cut glass beneath a score of brilliant argand lights at night or flooded with tho light of the great god of day from early morn till dewy eve presents a scene which to the ladies especially Is irresistible The superb china store of Messrs McCann Deatherago has at last been opened to the public and Richmond can boast of a modern uptodate china store where only the choicest selections from the largest markets have been made to give to home patrons the benefits of tho citys mammoth stocks at prices that defy competition at home ur abroad Yours Faithfully McCAxN DEATIIEBAOE Circuit Court Alex Pence for killing James Smith bothwhite ten years in penitentiary liyburn Thomas was acquitted of the charge of malicious shooting of John Qarrettjit Panola Charles Wheeler of Garrard two years in pen for forging Thos furners name to check Charles Embry colored was given n sixmonths jail sentence for cattle steal ing Mack Hamilton was acquitted of hot stealing JI Delaney was sentenced to five steallnJticases consume week up to and includingMonday next Several cases under now indictments will be tried next week The case of Martin Bowman on the new charge of incest ia set for next Wednesday ease Salt Season Begins The InterCollegiate baseball season opens in this city on Friday next at 3 p to between Kentucky University and Central University As both teams have been under National League coachers we may expect a high class game Mr Cunningham tho celebrated pitcher of the Louisville League Climb baa just left here after two weeks ronsciencious work with ourboys and reports them able to go against any thing In the State Tommie Diggers will do the twirling for CQand that means we will have the visitors at our mercy But We bear they have been doing some work themselves with a professional trainer and thoK U boys are coming in carriages expect tug to carry away our bloody scalps at their belts The game will give every one a line on our new team which Mr Cunningham pronounces superior individuality to the mon of last year nt this time Certain It Is the young mon Ire organised like a clock and with that quality as a constant fixture no team in time Soith can tro through them Com ot4 and see time exhibition Grand JltaRIelttsancl apeeklty good view froM the gymatMrfHmverauda kv14 r tlp a c 4 1ij OT 111 BusyBee CashStores Bar ains Shrivel up Competiton Their SPRING ANNOUNCEMENTS meet the coolest shrewd deliveryappoint They are always better than expectation See the tempting list below IcyardTobacco yardGoodyardGoodyardCottonaile C llOcyardExtraBest grade Apron Gingham 41e yard f I will go very fast at prices named We are showing the handsomest and prettiest line of Crepons Tailormade Suitings In our Ready to Wear Department we are 9ving a beautiful line of Ladies Silk and Woolen Skirts Shirt Waists Muslin Underwear Bonnets etc Our Hot Bargain prices prevail in this Department See Our Line of Lace Curtains Dot Swiss Curtains Oil Shades Carpets Mattings Oilcloths Curtain Poles Trunks Valises etc We are showing the largest assortment of these goods to be seen this side of the large cities Our Hot Bargain prices are a guar antee for their cheapness on of We have on sale the Red line of ever in We in this sea son in this Get our Hot on this line MT AND Lieutenant Vestal To Be Returned Acting On instructions from the Board of Curators of Central University James B McCreary visited Washington last week and induced the War Department to reassign Lieutenant Vestal to Central University to take charge of the cadet battalion beginning next September Lieutenant Vestal was called from his duties here at the outbreak of time late war and was stationed nt Lexington lor a while He later went to Cuba Old Coins Mr John 0 Brooks will find on our first page a notice of his collection of old coins which he displayed in our office recently If anyone has a genu ine U S coin made before 1795 let him put up or shut up On this subject the Winchester Democrat says Dr J C Vau ut seeing our notice of old coins showed a specimen of pa per money issued before time Rovolu tionary War It is for five shillings and was issued by the State of in 1773 The signatures of time officials are as plain as yesterday and the paper is of time best On the luck is printed the warning To counterfeit this is death It See todays CLIMAX first page Remarkably Old Coins It Their Silver Anniversary Tho twentyfifth anniversary of the C W R M Christian Womens Board of Missions was duly and by the local organiza tion on Friday night last at tile parsonage of tho Christian church The home of the pastor and bis wife Mr and Mrs W R Lloyd was aglow with brilliant lights and crowded with happy friends Time rooms had Jben cleared of their furnishings except the chairs carpets and decorations sp that the throng moved to and fro silIalcove formed of lace curtijns over which was this inscriiiliuii C W B Mt 18741899 in lftterll ofsilver The faithful ineniberaof the local auxiliary the pastor and MM Lloyd bejie received the guests Ttj dininr robin was a bower of beauty in a profusion of jon quils over which was shed the incllow light of several beautiful crystal and silver candelabra Here refeshment8 were served by young ladljss of the church who added grace nd beauty to the charming In the ewes luaU was Bttiane a huge bowl of ice frappe other pretty jyris Music was of the evening furnished accom plished vocal teacher of Msdom Inati tute and by the Mandolin Cljub of that school Time cordial greeting jfrccorileil to one antI Mil by Mr ami MT Lloyd anti bY eachamid every JeU4 r9ltho auxiliary added to the evsaiiijN eiijoy mentiimd the dy posed k HifHHory Itia dOliNhiM hjeq e- ltWtM a Biliousness sour stomach constipation and nfl Hver ills are cured by The noaIrrltaUng cathartic Price 25 cents of all druggists or by mail ol CL Hood Co Lowell Mass Telephone to Winchester and Ford Speaking of Winchesters splendid telephone facilities the Winchester Sun says There is also time Winchester Ford and Richmond Telephone Co incorpo rated by Stanley Prewitt D L Pen dleton and Dave Prewitt This company has already let the contract for erecting a line connecting us with Ford and Richmond and it will also connect us with intermediate points anti several farm residences The work will be pushed to completion now within a short timi Many people suffer untold tortures from because of the popular im cure them It has met with absolute success Price 50cts in bottles tubes 75cts Perry Thomas aprt7ui S P Witt Co generel merchants ftt Gratz assigned Saturday Even time most vigorous and heart people have at times a Ceelinfot wearX ness amml lassitutle thiR ImpartiLOrThomas aprSlni A Lodge of Knights of Pythias line been organized recently at Sadieville RlirumatiMU Cured My wife has used Pain Balm for with great relief lipleudldlinimenthousehold use for which we havofound it vaiuabieW J Curler Red Creek New York Mr Cuylor is one of tho leading mer chants of this vilage and one of the most prominent men in this vicinity W G Phippin Editor lied Creek Herald For Sale by Perry Thomas apr5lni Charles Siihweinfurth committed sui cide at Parkland Monday A Neglected Cold often leads6n to a hacking rasping racking Jh Time very first symp tom bouldbe met witliadose of Ur Bolls Tiiiu will euro It whether of short or long standing lrice 2cNQ cure no pay Atall good druggists Ros berr ltod crs a farmer died In Paris Moudjiy of alcoholism TSCre a CeU it OM Bay Take Laxifjvo Bromo Qninine Tablets All money if it failr o cure iJ5c The genuine lnwli B Q on each tablet novOtim The lk uron county jury trying the insurance cjitses failed to agree i FOlCO and colds there is nii medicine Ifii effectiro M Conwens yPih1 i j1 iii1 J yardFineAllwool Dress Goods 36 inch wide stylish ard 35cNiceOur Clover Leaf Damask Towels are now only 10 cents S eaehBabTpat tip only 75c S8cMensi Our Boys Knee Suits are all Double Knee and Scat SpecialPrices Cullingsof Have Just Received Butrethe best Toilet Soap used We are- r selling nice Toilet Soap at Ic a cake We are all the new things in Ribbons New Dress Trimmings New pairitthe best in the market Our Hot Bargain Prices All Kinds Hosiery placed Hottest Clothing shown this city carry everything favor department Bargain Prices before purchasing elsewhere Respectfully WIII OLMIAM COMPANY RICHMOND STERLING GEORGETOWN exCongressman Pennsylvania thoughwritten delightfully commemorated unobstructed entertainment diBpensedjby 01fcMlI1r8 ka1 He2dache Hoods MSte cureilI Chamberlains rhoematism PinernrHoiiey fnmols- rcruel1y dnggisarefund We showing Get Just as Good Whenever a druggist tells you he has something just as good for coughs colds grip etc as Dr Bells Pinerar Honey he is thinking of his profits and not of your welfare Good druggists will sell you what yuu ask for It Spinal meningitis continues to carry off many victims throughout the State Those horrid fits of depression melancholy low spirits and sudden ir ritability that sometimes nfllict even goodtempered people is due to the blood being permeated with black bile Herbine will purify the blood restore health and cheerfulness Price 50ct Perry Thomas aprSlm William B Arnelt a prominent stock trader of Shelbycountvdied Sunday Mothers Beware of those secret rob hers of your babys quiet anti health Those sleepless nights and long hours of tiresome vigil are caused by those terrible enemies of childhood worms Destroy and remove them with Whites Cream Vermifuge Price 25 cents Perry Thomas npr5lm It is stated that t ho Rolling liII Trust will be fully organized within a few days Sudden Attack of cronp in time small hours of darkness is very annoying to time parent who needs sleep Dr Bells PineTjirlloney will cure a childs croupy cough mind danjtJrIndoctor All mothers who have used it keep a bottle ready for an emergency It Colonel Bryan has writ another book which he calls Kepubljc or Empire It is an attack on the expansion party I was reading nn advertisement of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diiirrhoqa Remedy in time Worcester Enterprise recently wlifch londu JIll to write thii lean trnth fully say Inever used any remedy aquul tu it for colic and diarrhoea I have never hind to use more than one or two doses to cure the worst case with myself or children WA Stroud Iopomoke City Md For sale by Perry Thomas api5lm More sensational testimony revealing the details of the plot to ruin Captain Dreyfus is published in Paris Ti Cure a Cough Dr Bells PineTarHonev cuts the mucus heals the lungs and bronchial tubes quickly Cures grip cough fu one 2ocno cure no pay is the way all oQddruJgists sell it latke nO substitute It Andrew Well until recently Exalted Ruler of the P do call Lodge of Elks Ja dead lA word to time wise is sutficiepfand tle8ullifcotbntThose who know TLf oft repeated ex mamaybeTerry says Cli nibtfrl8iiiB Cajzli lluril edy gives fetter Mtlefmrctiomm tlisaauy tba BMHrkt Heiia been in hiiraug Lusimiiiiir at 1 toHjJyrS tIjt i artt bteL = otlrmi- e4MCi riJ1 wimlc- fmMWaaiWIkuiveiy Uutttlterlltl i rryt1tt J f d J Plant rs ICUBANand Summer Complaluti rrice 25 Cents UwhiteRev George Stuart Sam Jones co worker is holding a successful meeting at Bowling Green Tetter SaltRheum and EczemaJThe Intensoltcbing and allayedbySkin Ointment Many very bad asea ItIsa favorite remedy for sore nipples chapped hands chilblains and chronic sore eyes 25 eta per box arejustcondition Tonic blood purifier and vermifuge They are not food but medicine and tho best in use to put n bars in prime condition Price 25 Dents per package Anl1yDevlgold watch lying on tho mantel Apiii Showers Wash away the filth and waste that have accumulated during winter In like manner Hoods Sarsaparilla eipels from the blood impurities that have been deposited dining the season when there has been jut little perspira lion and perhaps constant confinement iii impure and vitiated air Jt is a boon to tired mothers housekeepers teachers and others who spend their time indoors It gives the blood richness and vitali ty fitting it to nourish and strengthen the nerves tmwlea and nil the gnat prillhIt is time best medicinn money ran buy for alt diseases caused liy impure or impoverished blood You should begin taking it today apralm Orville M Anderson a Iouisvillo man wa run over and killed by a train near Kingslaud Georgia 1 WJirn TravcltngIWiiotheron pleasure bent or bn incss i take on every trip a bottle of Syrup of Figs as it acts most pleasantly and ef fectually on the kidneys liver mind bowels preventing fever headaches and other ins of wcknos For salp in 60 cents bottles by all leading droU glsts Manufactured by tIme California Fig Syrup Co only If Tho Spring Festival Chattanooga 1next month will be a gorgeous affair Ia Err is Human People like to talk about attractive thing in advertising In a company 1 twhlcQconstructed series of advertisements of MOods Sarsnparilla was s6 much discuHsed that wo donht if ai5on 1 f ever forget the source whence ItheraWlll Mcesr Ho Kl Coaro using trh ateriisUmOAitsOli iv t ant they areuttrartingdis ieu slon and favorable coiiinient every 1- whenv SHft l owers ilpstroyril tfio whola r frontpf itjaukVuildinR afc Botkihs O jt 1UflcJieiatss ill BornS Jrici25 cents mvPrnw serwiim w WII r t Ijh i U WI I s r 7ri= JI1t L J WantedAn Idea Wio =patentl think a weaJlbWriteteyI Wal1Dgldn D C for their VrtzO OCr al lt of two hundred taTenuans lXIe4 RaN I B1 R1 R1 Time Table No 3 Taking Effect Mon day May 2 1898 4 Class 2d Class JUB1 Ilafc No3 No 9 Ex Sun Ex San AM PM AM- t Versailles io 22 62 6 30 Nloholasvllle ii 02 l 33 48 VAI1 View 11 25 800 20 q Million n 13 SIiG Richmond 11158 30 15 j PM Unlon 12 13 ID 00 t Moberley 12 III 1005 Brassfleld 12 30 10 2S Panola 123 1040 Irvine 105 it3 it NO 2 NO 4 NO o no lu 4 WEST BOCKU Ex San Ex Sun lErSan ExSan AM PM PM AM Irvine 2 00 11 Panola 2 23 105- Brassaeld 2 33 120 Moberley 2 U liS Union 2 47 t oildhi 05 3 15 iiI5 Million 6 0 3 30 3 00 Valley View t 3 is 3 2- Nlebotasrtlle s 410 4 30 r Versatile 7 58 5 00 = 6 10 A s IiI PM P M All trains connect with Louisville Southern trains to and from Louisville All trains connect with C N O T P trains to and Irom Cincinnati J ROCK Train Dispatcher 711 ADAMS Superintendent j can think r WantedAn IdeWbo to patent pimpk Protect nnr ldeaii thr n r bring wealth Write JOHN WKDDEMBCRN CO Patent Attor OCt t SCURES CAtDWELLS INDIGESTION PEPSI N Fran ror Iiti R iIwYI fIn Effect December 5 1898 DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY p m am 2 60 6 Lve Richmond pmAri 2 Si 7 00 Winchester 42 6 16 X S if MaysTill- e5rt 830 939 Paris 840 510 6 17 38 GeoUtown 7 80 4 28 71 Ar Frankfoit Lve700 3 40 Ask for ttefcets via Parts J It NEWTON O PA n s e ke nQ Qhto iIy Time of Trains at Winchester Ky WEST BOUND Mt Sterling and Lexington Accom S M am HMtero Kxpress for Louisville 730 ami pmNwYorkLimitd BAST BOUND Lzinton and Morehead Aecom 1115 am New York Limited F F Vlll58am pmWashingtonAccommodation trains run dally except Sun dallyThrough car service to New York For Information rates or sleeper reservations rail on or write K flOOD Agent LNBy Richmond Ky or OEOROE W BARKBY D A C A O Ry Lexington Ky EASIER THAN EVER The present schedule of Illinois Central nail road In addition to shortening the time to Memphis and New Orleans hasmadoifEasier Than Ever to reach all points in Arkansas Texas Mexico Arizona and California The sp1e ald train service with which the Illinois Centrals Memphis and New Orleans Vestibuled Limited is equipped makes it Easier Than Brer to take a trip to the above mentioned territory FrecRecliningweeklyPullman 2SpmArrSpmLyeSamArrArr BIpaso Sunday 3 45pm 2dpmArr4 Till ii Tit Irte tthttr Relte to fefifonii Parties desiring to make a comfortable trip to the mentioned will do well to com with B II FowlerTraveling Passen Umunlcate Louisville Ky Yu ALFODD KBLLOVD A Q P AI0 P A Lonisville Ky dec29lyISOUTHERN RftILWfYII3 I Ar Lureneebg95ktm 555pm 50pm t CArLexlngtonl WESTItODSD o 6 No Lv Lexington 730am 42pm 515am Ar Versaillee7am 4JCpm 537am Ar Laronee5fgS30arn 515pm 555am Ar ShelhyvtllcttDarn 05ptn tssamI- CL40amft Ar Louisville 735pm 755am ITralnNos 126 and 6 Observe Chair Cars between Louisville and Lex ftion wESTaOU3- DNo1 N11 STATIONR INo 12 NoiZ 1940amilI45pm WLA1m IlanxUbgAr 4 Spm lOam 4 700pm t aSam Ar llurgin Lv 418pm 710am R4STUOUND WESTDOUND 1NoILItNaO STATIOHS INo 16 tNo JItpm 14Oam LvTout1l Ar 1940am lapmWpm Ar ShelbvtlAr PlZaml 605pm lUtpm 0llbm Ar Verstloi Ar 73ttun 4l5pinG4Opm1llOam Ar Midway Aoj 730am J3Spm l0pmIlpm Ar Georirtn Lvl 700am 300pm WESTDOUNDtN 2 749atn 330pm Lv Ioutarll Aliawaml 735pm 44lpmSILSnm 803pm Ar Illcnmnd Lv 600am 300pm IOfpml Ar Irvine Lv 130pm STATIONS No I No 3 74SpmAr745amAr510amAr045amArAr Macon LOOam Z Spm Ar JaehBonvillcr 8Mam 9JS6pm Lv ChattanooKa Si5am 100pmll13OImAr Train Na tcincintL Florida A Havana Pulli Uafoo and Jacksonville connects at taxing ton Cliattanocpa with Pullman car betwcenLouITlllebetween Lexington and Itome Cite cars elo eant coaches betwccni Lexingtonnah also via Chattanooga and Atlanta No change Free Chair cars Lexington to Chatia toNewiDally cxceptSundar A WnEooN STsWlrT PlJ fiTSOAIf DCit Wasbzigto uD LouUTlllc Ky u n ExcclIeritCombinatiOJl1Tho remedySrnupCAUFOKSIA Fio STROP Coj illustrate the value of obtaining the liquid laxa tive principles of plants known to be presentingthemtaste and acceptable to the system ItIs the ono strengthening lan effectulllydispelling gently yet and enabling one to overcome habitualconstipation permanently freedom from every objectionable quality and sub kidJiersliveror irritating them make it the ideal In the process of manufacturing figs axe 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 FIG SYRUP Co 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 SAW FRANCISCO CAL LOUISVILLE mr NEW YOKE N Y- For sale by all Druggists Price SOl pet bolUe JanSly 135 ECONOMIST RANGES I I Roofing Guttering and GeneralJob Work LQE MITH SDR CALDWELLSN r tIt+ T0 SAomoo inxvA 3Vccxvt itvs t + t+ Six of the best Fire Insurance Corn +4 panics in the United States Losses t promptlt+ + the Prudental you are offered the + iInLife Insurance attainable and on approved plans In Accident + Insurance we again Rive the best will not transact business + sible companies Woi + 26 Second tt444 +4Mf 4+ +4 +4+4 f++4 F ra1c Privately 74 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 feet The will be reasonable for cash WILLIAM ENGLISH nov9tf Richmond Ky I REGROIic now within easy rene or rvrry Amrrlrnn H days treatment Is luvcly cuanmtccil to rnn the most complicated ewe of Nervous UcUllty or qukklAethic nv or ItJl E ItO Vuitnu will re cnln their lot nianliond ami OM Slot will recorei terullnesses Impoteney Varloocrlc SjwrmAttorhcn Sishtly Emissions Lnut Drain ami Jlatcular Power Tljnsone for btulnow stndy or raarrlaTP UEUIERO brIttliatlswhr Ittlves VIcornnil Artlonanilrestom Iurlfllrt1ESEltOCanci for S3Oa Ue rhercfully refund C cmlycularsEZSColumbusAyUIIIJSJIUA For sale In RIchmond by Perry Thomas Druggists septzily WfiseferS Wilson Sewing MachIne Rotary Motion aid Ball Bearings For sale by Iewc1 Muric Co pond Ky lnJQfJI I J- j L Heres Tttr dunce SoBH Exlraord nary Ofeia ly The CliMax The CLIMAX wants fivo hunred new subscribers by the first of the new year In order to reach this ond some extraordinary inducements will be made Until further notice the following will be offered to subscribers TheCLUlLXand The Week ly Louisville Dispatch 125 BorneIThe CLIMAX and either the Cosmopolitan Munseys or McClures Magazine 200 The CLIMAX and the Louis ville daily evening post 3The Richmond CLIMAX and Twiceaweek CourierJour nal both for one year 160 The CLIMAX and Weekly Cincinnati Enquirer 150 The CLIMAX and OhioFarm 190 The CLIMAX can also furnish any paper published in the United States or Europe at reduced rates CORRESPONDENCE STATION CA3TP Mad dogs are raging in this vicinity Mr Henry Reeves is very ill with lagrippe Professor Edwards has a nice music class at this place Hands have gone to work again on Horace KidwelPs new residence The wet weather is throwing the farmers quite late with their work Homer Arvine bought a nice bunch white oak timber fromTheo Wilson Born to the wife olfr Eb Reeves 4on the 11th of March a beautiful baby girl Mr Harry Prather of Richmond has opened a nice line of groceries at this place jMrs Lenoro Shifllot anti little SOil Fred have gone to Madison to spend the summer with Mrs Robert Jones KIKSVILLK Born to the wife of John Bellamy a daughter on March 29th 1899 Oqr telephone connection with Paint Lick and tnonco with tho neighboring towns is gamins favor daily Drs Fry and Middleton have bought of S G Estes the Round Hill property the old Toll House property and they expect this summer to starb up a mill there Born to the wife of Sidney Warmoth on April 1st triplets two girls and a boyboth mother and children are doing well Mr Warmoth is a farmer living on Paint Lick creek on Garrard sideMr L J Sandford gave us a few days ago quite a curiosity in tho form of an egg There were two well developed eggs except to the shell the two eggs were connected by a membrane in Siamese twin order The school conducted at this placeby Professor Milton Elliott Jr is moving along nicely He and Miss Lottie Farris have consolidated their schools and have about fifty pupils with the promise of eight or ten more this week At the urgent and unanimous solicita tions of his friends and neighbors Mr J B Walker has about made up his mind to announce himself nt the proper time as a candidate for the office of County Clerk Jim is a good businessman nnda popular gentleman and should he go into the race it will be toI the finish and to win This is how Uncle Smith Collins father of Joe and Jacob Collins of your city made a lazy negro work as told me by Mr Henry Whilaker Mr Collins when ho lived on Silver Creek owned a negro named Jerry and a dog named Coly Ono evening it was very hot in oat harvest Jerry was not working to suit Mr Collins so ho told Jerry as he was the best hand he had he would have to take Coly the dog which was at the time enjoying the shade out in the sun and nurse him the remainder of the evening The next morning Jerry was willing to bind oats Bismarcks Iron Nerve Was the result of his splended health Indomitable will tremendous energy are not foundwhere Stomach Liver Kidneys and Bowels are out of order If you want these qualities and the KingsNewpower of brain and body Only 25cat Perry Thomas drugstore 0 An Irishman went into a restaurant and asked for a square meal The waiter brought him n bowl of soup which Pat drank with a relish She brought him some celdry which went the same way as the soup The waiter then brought in a fine lobster He look repliedMadam dish water and ate your boqnet but Oill be dog goned if Olll ate that bugEx I sometimes alldayhislifeshotoranlugginback Itwillydyspepsia PallcreekDiscoveryandgivingblood which drives out blood poisons and wholesome aletterPirrceaGolden coldwhichCODtI1UJallyAuocintlouTheicrindigcatioutwo mouths had pissed fl1 two or three days medidue andImakesrenve netMtkew ITw 9 Ioft i- eeieiil f 0 I jTbilICOUgDiU I You have used all 1 emeIJdiesI yield it is too deep iiit is more liable to 1 produce la grippe 1 pneumonia or a serious 1 I throat affection I I You need I ii= up the body 1 I SCOTT9S I MULSON cverythingI f about ft ft nourishes istrengthens builds up and = I makes the body strong and I = healthy not only to throw 5 i off this hard cough but to I ifrun down or emaciated you I should certainly take this 1 jSiSCOTT llnoWNE ChemISts few Y- orklDfto4ft4l4ithaII NEW TOSS FASHIONS Silver postal scales are the latest for Miladis desk- Softtextured pcau de soils in stylo in eomo bright or light color polka dotted with white The latest waists havo embroidered yokes and frills- Especially pretty neck wear is made from peau de sole and satin ribbons in bright colorings and attractive patterns Polkadotted ones are very smart so are flowered varieties All tho frocks shown by Best ArCo for girls have ample skirts whether gored or plain This is sensiblo Thero is an age at which girls look coltish Then they need plenty of dry goods to conceal their angularities White silk waists are in great demand for theatre and other dressy wear They are verv simply made aud trimmed elaborate decorations being considered bad form Tucks and cordings for the body and white tulle or chiffon at tho neck constitute the limit Tho Cape Town shape is favoredJn millinery It is of pearl ray felt with high crown and wide turnover brim the latter caught up at one side by a waving feather and cluster of quills Very becoming to certain styles oUnce A small and very ornate clock maybe placed with good effect upon the writingdeskA bridal dress has fringe of orange blossoms over a lace flouuce all round the hem and train The shower bouquet is an improvement upon the conventional brides nosegayAn costumo shown by Lord Taylor for a young lady is of dove colored veiling trimmed with nar row bands of green velvet Frills of pink alternating with lace insertings form the corsage Nothing makes prettier midsummer shirt waists than priiited French organ- dies and silkstriped madras A black walking hat is spangled with jet has fancy straw crown and spangled birJofparadise with widespreading feathers The bird hits diamond eyes EVELYN CABM TOILET HINTS Try lemon juico to remove stains on the nails It must be well riushed off afterward and the fingers carefully dried Oranges eaten before breakfast have a wonderfully beautifying effect on the complexion and can do no harm if eaten in moderation Rwe almond oil alone agrees excellently with some skins Try it for a day or two Nearly every skin requires different treatment and the only plan is to experimentFruitstainsareoften difficult to remove especially when much fruit has to be picked by hand Oxalic acid diluted will bo found most useful and should be used as soon as the stains appear Nothing is better for sallow complexions than bathing in older flower water At night this should be allowed to dry on the skin In the morning wash the nice in the usual way bathe with the elder flower lotion for a few minutes wipe with n soW towel and finish off with a soft clean chamois leather LANCASTER COURT DAY Everybody aud his dog camo to town Monday and it looked as if the day would be a good one but it turned out to be unusually dull for a March court There were from 350 to 400 cattle on the market most of which changed hands privately Yearling steers and heifers brought from 12 to 17 cows 18 to 422 a lot of butcher fituu3clo3jc a bunch of yearling heifers 18 A few hogs sold at Sic Bowen Fox bought several good mules at from O to 90 Several plug horses won sold but they are so slow now that it is not worthwhile to even quote the prices Lan caster Record POOR ADVERTISING MEDIUM The National Advertiser tells a story of an old bachelor who bought a pair of socks and found attached to one of them a slip of paper with these words I am n young lady of twenty and wopld like to correspond with a bache lor with a vio w to matrimony Name and address were given The bachelor wrote and in a few days got Ui letter agoThefrom evidently did not advertise or he would have sold them long ago Mamma saillpolslblyrold The prospects for xtcndinifthoLon toMlddesblJrO County Court aySZ I Paris Bourlkm county first JIoBdayt Richmond Madison county first Mpn day Lexington Fayette county second Monday Stanford Lincoln county second Mon fGeorgetown Scott countythlrd Mon day JJanvilieTBoyjo countythird Monday Nicholaaville Jessaminqcnunty third Monday i Winchester Clark county fourth Monday Versailles woodford county fourth Monday t LONG SEPARATION Winchester Snnl Peter Pier the genial clerk at Sil Dinellca left his native land Italy 1C years ago to seek his fortune in the Western world with scarcely money to pay his way to this country and he left his wife on tho shores of his native laud to await the day when he should be able to send for her About four months after he left Italy daughter was born to his wife Ho came to Chi cago and ntonce went to work doing whatever his lianjla found todo at daily labor for awhile mid thou ped tiling in the smallest way making but little For more than fourteen years ho kept this up denying himself any of tho comforts of life in orderto send something back to his wife and child and to acdumulato n fund with which to engage in business for himself At tho end of a littjo more than fourteen years lie had saved enough money from his meager earnings to open a small confectionery of his own which he ran afew weeks and was doing well He was soon to send for the wife of Ills bosom and his only child whom ho had slower seen and the long separation was to end in a happy reunion when his belongIngscent insurance Mr Pieri found him self without means and tho hope of a reunion with his wife and child who had grown almost to womanhood still Jis distant as over bur the sad and bit ter disappointment though discourag ing had not conquered his determina tion A little moro than a year ago ho caipe to Winchester and went to work for Sil Dinelie where his prompt at tention to business courteous genial manners have made him many friends Volcanic Eruptions Are grand but Skin Eruptions rob life of joy Uucklens Arnica Salvo cures them also Old Running and Fever Sores Ulcers Boils Felons Corns Warts Cuts Bruises Burns Scalds Chapped Hands Chilblains Best Pile cure on earth Drives out Pains anti Aches Only 25 cents a box Cure guaranteed Sold by Perry Thomas Druggests a The Shaeflerlfeyer Brewing Co at Louisville assigned with liabilities amounting to 130000 WHY HE WANTS IT Woodford Sun A traveler was telling me the other day of a speech that he heard Col Bill Thorne of Eminence make in western Kentucky recently Some of my friends said Col Thorne have been asking me why GovIernor say that a man who becomes Lieutenant Governor is never heard of again Now I dont care anything about the office except for this one thing Tho Lieutenant Governor is tho chair men exoflicio of the State Senate and presides over both Houses of tho Leg islature when they aro in joint session Now on the day that a ballot is taken for IT S Senator I want to have the honor of arising from my chair pound ing ujfon the desk with my gavel and cryingThe Senate and House being in Joint session and all members voting- I have to announce that a majority of the votes have been cast for the Hon Joseph C S Blackburn and now I de clare Him to be elected United States Senator from tho State of Kentucky Then I shall bring that gavel anti desk together with a thump that will reecho from the neighboring classic hills above the shouts of a united and triumphant Democracy Gentlemen you tasty take tho thing then and do as you dd please with it For I will be satisfied The narrator told mo that he never saw such enthusiasm as was manifested by the crowd when Col Thorne reached this point They yelled and hurrahed until they wore red in the face tint tigur Many women lose their girlish forms after neglactquestion if the ex pectant mother will constantly use motlerts fri nd during the whole period of pregnancy The earlier its use is begun the more perfectly will the shape be preserved motbJjrs Triced not only softens and relaxes the muscles helpsthekeeps unsightly wrnkles away and the pliabilityfilOtllCrt liniment which banishes mcraicg sickness andicrvotnnessdurIng pregnancy shortens upthethagerTheMothers Tries by its robustness and vigor at trug stores for 5 a bottle Send for our Illustrated book for ex pectant mothers I THE BRADF1ELD REGULATOR CO ATLANTA OX WHAYN MFG uon Co- IOFGUITM AV LOUtaVtLLICYDI I S II L ALL WOMEN Shoul1 know that the tid Tlme Remedy CaBUI I Cblld4iktIII testfor twcatrycars I I Made culy by New Spencer Medicine Co Chat tanooyn Tenneraee WGAll druggets sell Dr Miles Nerve Plasters UI I I ILII1ILI a I tI AM 08 YEARS OLD and never used PJne1ornoneyIn grip as weUaa co hsand colds Itmakra weak tune etronc Sirs iL A Uetcaltetr IMO DKOPCAilMtT TIIt1QLtTST 7011c 0 us = O reo PLEASE CANDY CATHARTIC RIng out the old Ring in the new 4Ringoutthofalso Ring in the We you the new and true from tho piney forests of DR BELLS PineTarHoneyNatures science to Pleasant Permanent Positive Cure for coughs colds and inflamed surfaces of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes The sore weary cough worn Lungs exhilarated i the microbebearing cut out i the cause of that tickling is removed and the Inflamed membranes healed and soothed so that there Is inclination to cough I SOLD ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS EettIe3 Only 25c 60o and 100 SIZH BE SURE YOU GET Ehv PiniTarHMy 6 sale by Perry Thomas successors to WO White Charles E Douglas Ceo D Simmo- nsAs good as looks rAPPEARANCES ARE DECEITFUL and things t at are showy many times prove to be worthless An article that is in daily use as a Cooking is must be Substantial and Reliable It should be the best to be tad BnryRinge HUB CIen Ig c- or lliII N STEEL RANGE TIlE BEST Construction Most Economical Most Jerfect Satisfactory Operation that been produced have secured exclusive agency line Ranges pleased show them Sizes Styles Prices suit everybody The Cash Hardware House DOUGLAS SIMMONS Hardware Stoves Plows and Plow Gears liar rows Cultivators Everything the Farming Line Blacksmith Supplies mchlly SEND MONEY eUIPIiiELWISOMACHiNZ yfrei Zrelghtfound 50andttopoundandtSa rreltrhtwlll n cents or MOWTHSTRIAIinyoercwe Il2uoedCABINETisBEWARE OF IMITATIONS Yar1yarlXIU1BUC Alt 1B1 301115IIsueisvrsorsoaeUUKlIIEDI tlQ Iea TRY S 3g to Norway a all are mucus is are no BY Bells For it OFTEN Range tIS rn 0su == = s rn sIl- en u = c U- 2C t- 0 rJ = IS in the in the use of fuel and the and in has yot We the for this of and will be to you and to Tinware in aTtratre T ocs to s slrlJSo1kwopI I eIt bltt 1115 carved pane1e4 mbosed sactl a rated cahtnit antis flneit nickel drawer pull rita on ts dblCYtuie autneatto bothin winder i4iustahle heaxtna patent tension ihuttlepatentTRIMPstDIANTEED MtMlra BuLte Dook1IIrnmsfxiRNMl oonipamttI4000pIItiee th q yy ah uuAddress SEARS ROS2UOC Cs CO inc rChicago aprSfim IIIII BElSPECIALTY TIMEINO FINE WATCHES AIl WIrk iurulle j II L E LANE VTELER PPTIO zr 2in STREET RICH IOND Ky y Sell Your Hides AND BUY YOUR Seed Potatoe4 at TharmanVeiay the Highest and sell h foitie LcVest Prices on eartht TRUltKAN ROjERY Go C0JLI MA1N AND CuirsIDE tUOHMONDj K1V II ii 1 r = In1PN1PiITI1i i ALL DRUGGISTS 2S4f oea t INE tANCY 0ORiTU11E flK uu1- OURTEETO IFTY FIVE OR 90 PER SET Av J4 Rockers M Chiffoniers Side Boards Lap Stands Umbrella Racksw Frames Etc Etc itc- H 1 NWh s Cheap Attractive tWE ARE filE OLD AND RELIABLE FIIt1 At OLOHAMt5 aeesssssssessssO S CS S S O S a sS e uui I I i I1Ip 0tOn and after January 1st 1899 our oU09 0IWo have attempted to run our business by co 1electing our accounts the first of each month 081 eI00IIe for CASH that we cash for our eo 0andthe trade to do business with us We have a gIa call examine our stock and got pricesctproducepee g Xe on jffiHIGGINSELLl8 11 I 1 o WEST MAIN ST RICHMOND KY i S 3 I SSS5 seseaee 0 e I PffIWhen DONS COMPLETE PILE CURE is guaranteed il to cure you It is the discovery of an emiucut lhY i ian NaKnifi IHolnfarrupioD of Dsines I The firsL treatment brings immediate relief It LOB youSIRraernhan iialHicirm and asAftertccf ommcndcd tjjJnc The tcof one box cfT ctc a pcnnnncntcurq f tofblingngfering alIt piles i Price 5100 Prepaid ta cttiy Address DON CHEMICAL COMPANYCHATTANOQQA TENiN iiicr n if L t