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Digital page images are linked to the text file. lvr vJq v w T jr fr a t THE RICHMOND CLIMAX i t VOLUME 25 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY NTUCKY WEDNESDAY APRIL 19 1SNUMBER 46 fiJrllf OTqel tc13oA1 The Eipiilftlih Lilt issracg Socilj OF TUB UNITED STATES GRIGSBY MUNCEY General Agents Eastern Kentucky THE EcST OP THEM AUdI LBPPINCOTTS i- IWNTHLYJIAQAZlNE li numhrnuJ cutcrtalnlrjg reading matter Eo rrt fnrla r7IcZa nre eo- otJJcctluablo to naoS reader It nhnald be In every household Subscription 33OO her year whomthoJ B LffPINCOTT COHPAHY Publishers PHILADELPHIA PROFESSIONAL CARDS ATTORNEYS t RW MILLER ATTOEXEVATLAW RICHMOND KEXTOCCT Office in the Burnim Building next door to srratrs National Bank feb3ly SUIiJI1V ANJA ATTORNEYTLAW- mCIDIOXD KENTUCKY Office over Taylors Haniware store opposite Court Mouse on Main Street J IIOGG A TTORNE Y AT LAW fllci1MoD KENTUCKY Office No 13 First St up stairs 3130 J 0 MrOHBNAULT ATTORNEYS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen aults grocery PHYSICIANS DR II R GIBSON PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office is the Jar Ccilinj building 18 and to Sec ond Street over White old drueitore aj CHAS HOOKERF- ETERILVARYSERGEON Graduate Ontario Veterinary College Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility Specialty fijrOffice up gtalrx over store recently accu pied by Richmond Harness Co East Main SL Richmond Ky apr7ly II C JASPJ2RJU D Medicine and Surgery Office Collins Buildine MainSlreet Telephone nt reiiilencci the Utter place on lirqtidway RICHMOND KENTUCKY V EVAUS Xt D G PlIYBTIAN AND SURGEON RICHMOND KENTUCKY DR T J TAYLOR Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery RICHMOND KENTUCKY OVOlBce and residence on Second Street DENTAL STOGESY Dt h e t stfnSO DENTIST OP LOUISVILLE Ky 3ODlce next door to Government Building RichmSnd Ky Offlee hours 9 to Wl to 4 nov7ly Four nice rooms for rent Call at Dental Office of Dr Hob son next door to postoffice Jt FRED SMITH DEN 1ST BOfflce over Collins Grocery same office lately occupied by Dr W W Bnrgln Janlll Dr Louis II Lanthnan No 503 Vet Ninth Street Cincinnati Ohio will be at the Motel Zimmer Richmond Ky on WEDNESDAY MAY 10 1899 returning every second Wednesday o eac month Reference erery physician of Rich mond Ky tebl6ly KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY L US CITE Pioilit LeiMtftB Cj ERARY BIBLE MEDICAL AND COM MEECIAIrCOLLEQES Tuition ftr Literary and Bible Course fa I year More than twenty teachers 1OOX RVmnuinra Thousands of successful alumni Social ud moral welfare of students receiv special attention to both sexes Fo catalogues address the President Jly27U LLIOI BHTRAL I SHORT LINE TO NeQrIean8 Best Line to ARKANSAS TEXAS MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA Fallraan Tourist Sleetring Car leaves Louis Tllle every Thursday night and runs throug to San Francisco Ask your ticket agent for particulars or writ to R IT Fowler Traveling Psenger Afea XouUvllle Free Beclfning Chair Oars Louisville Memphis and New Orleans A It HANSON WM A KHLWW Qf A Ode e A OPALoki1le J LIQUID AIR POWER INTERESTING EXPERIMENT MADE BY A SCIENTIST Ho Shows That at 320 Degrees Below It Could Co Qroat Things IASIUNGTON March 25 1S99 guests of tho National Geograph ical society after its annual reception on Wednesday night were entertairredby Charles K Tripler of New York the inventor of liquid air Mr Tripler had brought from his laboratory in an ordinary vessel not unlike a milk can 10 gallons of liquid air at a temperature of three hundred and twenty degrees below zero This was brought into the banquet room at the Arlington Hotel where the audience was assembled and many of the experiments which have lately startled the scientific world were repeated Mr Triplet was introduced by Alex ander Graham Bell inventor of the telephone A large nuuiberof distinguish ed scientists gathered to witness his ex periments and in the audience were the German and Russian Ambassadors the Chinese Minister and a large number of the most distinguished people in Washington Mr Tripler first exhibited the liquid air by passing around the audience tin dippers filled with it These gave off a vapor like steam and rapidly accumu lated frost on the outside After tho audience had finished the inspection Mr Tripler struck the dippers against the table and they broke to pieces like glass lie then immersed a common hollow rubber hall in the liquid rind af terwarjl threw it on the floor where it broke Into pieces BURNS CARBON Heparlially Immersed in a common tumbler jilted with liquid air a sUck of carbon like those used on the arc light and the part of the carbon above the surface burned rapidly with a white light as intense as that of an arc lamp He explained that a temperature of 1000 degrees above zero was required to burn carbon yet this air at 312 degrees below zero burned it rapidly lIe immersed in the same glass the end of a coiled watch spring and it burned rap idly and threw oil a shower of sparks until the entire spring was consumed Mr Tripler explained that alcohol freezes at a temperature ofK02below zero and ho accordingly took a pint of whisky and pouring liquid air over it soon had it in a state so that he broke it up into small chunks and passed it around to his audience Mercury freezes at 40 degrees below zero The inventor froze a chunk of it in the shape of a hammer and drove a nail into the table on which his experl ments were conducted This hammer afterward circulated through the audience for half an hour without melting though it gradually accumulated a frost on the outside Mr Tripler djppod several Irish pota toes into thecan of air and then threw tHem on the floor and they broke Into pieces Hke china eggs The pieces were picked up for souvenirs but were found to be so cold that they were uncomfortable to keep They wore extremely hard and could be carved with a uunkuife like box wood They circulated pretty rapidly through tho audience each person being apparently anxious to pass them on to his neighbor- A piece of raw beef was immersed in the air and taken out pure and white and hard as ivory Thrown on the floor it broke into pieces Several persons having picked these up as souvenirs Mr Tripler warned them that in a few minutes after the cold had passed away the beautiful white substance would return to beef again and would become an uncomfortable keepsake A cake uf ice was placed on the table and Mr Ttiplor placed upon it a teakettle filled with liquid air Ho then placed the teakettle over a gas flame and it quitboiling and a thick coating wasgfteranlLEAVES FLOOR DRY Mr Tripler threw a dipperful of air over his clothing and it left them pcr llVC YOI Been SRCk I Perhaps you have bad the grippe or a hard cold You may be recovering from malaria or a slow fever or possibly some of the children are just getting over the measles or whooping couCh Are you recovering as fast 83 you should Has not your old trouble left your blood full of impurities And isnt this the reason you keep so poorly Dont delay recovery longer but Take F F It vlll remove ell Impurl ties from blood It Also a tonic of immense value Give nature a little at this time Aid her by removing all the products of disease from your blood If bowels are not Jut Jour Ayers Pills will make so Send for Jcurbock on Diet in Coast Jpatton wru 1ii Dee 4We line tbeuduslcrrJres of lorn ft uenioitrmtncnir1iyi cUnt In te tl ltod utei Write replymthontrouAildftH LJ cAYZE i ruXa I 0 9I Makes the food more delicious pod wholesome I OAt POWOf yeas fectly dry aud a finger dipped into the liquid would be withdrawn dry but uncomfortably cold A quantity of time air throwiiau tho floor mado a heavy sound like melted lead The liquid scattered in all directions throwing off a gray vapor and being rapidly consume It leftthe floor dry Mr Tripler said that he had received scientific men all overdue Iletterl11rom questioning his state number of McClures Magazine to the effect that he could produce liquid air with liquid air that is with a start of two gallons of the substance ho could go on producing any quantity of the air for any lengthof time The inventor said that though this assertion had been questioned by scientists from Harvard College and from several other eminent institution of learning it was literally true Iud was demonstrated daily in his labota tory lie said that it was strange that these scientists were not surprised when with a low gallons of ammonia a large ice factory was kept in opera tion He said that ho lund actually made 10 gallons of liquid air in Ijis liqnifior by the use of about three gal lotus in his engine a surplusage that would go on indefinitely Tho inventors theory is that liquid air at 312 degrees below zero being warmed by contract with the atmosphere throws off a vapor or steam which if confined could be made to operate any engine now operated by steam He held up a glass of the liquid when he dismissed his hudience to night and remarked that if the small quantity of liquid at 312 degrees that ho held in his hand were warmed 100 degreethst is to 212 below zeroitwould throw off a force that if confined would operate a 1000horse power engine The inventor said that he proposed not only to utilize liquid air in place of the water now used in boilers but that he proposed to heat tho air with the natural atmosphere thus operating engines without water or fue- lHEiYTUCEYCR REBORT Reports were received thisjmpnth from 1C1 correspon lentsrepresenting lot counties 1n jWhEAT The absence of growing weather during the uiontli of March has left the solution of the fate of time late wheat to the future The condition of early wlieat is still reported Excellent and in a few counties where the major portion of time crop was sown early1time prospectfor a full average crop is good A number of correspondents report that the acreage will surely be reduced by plowing up and sowing to other crops We would advise that ample time bo given for development before resorting to this measure All vegetation is fully oue mouth late and the prospect should bo judged accordingly Time condition April 1st averages 77 as compared with normal years a lots of three points since March let The average condition on this ditto for the past three years lilts been as follows 180S101 1897 91 1S9U 69 The western section shows the low est average condition mln time central section the average condition is 78 in the eastern the condition is 8The condition in the western section has suffered a loss of point since March let the central a IOES of 7 points and the eastern a loss of 3 points OTHER CKOPS Oat sowing is hardly begun in a ma joritity of the counties and for this sea son no attempt is made at an estimate of the acreage A few counties report about onehalf of the acreage sown in the mud The burning ohd sowing of tobacco plant beds is likewise much delayed Very few growers have plants above ground at this date Clover has wintered fairly well a portion of the old clover only bung frozen out Pastures have made no growth worth naming up to time present SHEEP AND JAMBS Time number of spjitijg lambs com pared with the number hi ISOS Is 57 cent the loss being probably the heaviest ever sustained Time absence of the usual amount of grazing at this condlIs been opposed to a thrifty condition of shed ami tho loss of old has been correspondingly heavy The loss from ravages of dogs is slight averaging a little less than Slier cent FKDtT IROSPECTS Owing to the backward season the development of fruit buds is not sulli ciently advanced to judge accurately the fruit prospects There appears to be no doubt that tlitrpeacb crop will be poachIand tOQtilillcil cloudy weather have been exactly suited to enable both fruit and forest trees to recover from the effect of tlie terrible freeze during tile month of February The condition of fruits as far as present developments show averages as follows Apples 82 peaches 0 pears 51 cherries 4Dj grapes 75 J strawberries LUCAS MOORE Commissioner of Agriculture STOCK AND CROP A Texas planter feeds his mules entirely on crude molasses timid finds it both strengthening and fatening ODbtigrtll Bro sold to Montio Fox of Drtiivjlle fourteen 1000pound red steers at 400 Somerset Paragon- A Nebraska fanner says that he has been able to cure his hogs of cholera by starving them fur botfi food and water Simmons bred in Fayette anti sold asa fi vs y earold for 12 800 id dead ic lied thirtyone performances at 210 or better Saihltcb a race horse valued at 3 000 atftl three other blooded horses burnjed tatfpatli In tl barn near CliMta moogafen AIef Mc Troy Ohio uid a J BMil4o POWDER thoroughbred Poland China boar that weighed 750 pounds for 750 an aYe age ofl a pound Time U S expoited 61000 horses in 1SDS valued at 0000000 The imports were 2286 head valued at 200000 Great Britain secured more thau lialf of our exports Oakland Baron and Tommy Britton two of tIme greatest trotting stallions ol time country were matched fo race in Terre Haute Indiana in September Time race will be for a purse of 10000 A big crowd attended court tiny lust Monday and there were about 200 cattle on market There were very few public sales but we gathered the fol lowing private ones George T Wood bought of CSL Jones twenty 000pound steers at a little over Sets D C Allen sold 5 steers at 3050 and one at 23 G W Jones of Pulaski sold to E P Woods 10 steers at 28 to Griggs of Garrard 0 heifers at 4c and a cow at- c J C Hays sold to Bud Dunn of Madison five 700pound steers at Sets and 2 at 4c and bull at ale to Geo L Carter 8 steers at 22 and 12 to other parties at 17 Allen VisemnusoId a lot of cowsnt 3 to 3 Jcta heifers at 15 uomtf cows at 2050 and a lot of Gallo way steers and heifers at 2f Conrad Hiatt sold to It Chancellor 18 steers and heifers at 14 Several mules sold atO to SO Plug horses wero dull Interior Journal NEW YOBS FASHIONS The ribs of stylish parasols are cover ed with silk to match the canopy- A flowingend string tie is favored by menThe law of stripes as applied to young mens shirts decrees that for negligee wear perpendiculars are correct for starchy purposes horizontals are the thingThere is a broad short puff tiemade upwhich promises to be very popular for womens wear Three or four shades of one color are frequently seen upon one hat A sensible costume shown by Best Co fur a girl of ten is of lightweight blue serge with short reefer collared and lapelled with white serge With this is worn a jaunty Tain cap Extravagant richness of detail In trimming characterizes all silkskirts Some of the new materials arc really works of fine art There are perfectly lovely colors both plain and In plaids seen upon poplin grounds Some poplin dress patterns come in red blue or purple and have wide Persian borders Some handsome silk shirt waists are of finely tucked taffetas in lavender or light green A very pretty costumo is of bright mastic cloth embroidered with bouquets of flowers in featherstitchings Ladles with weak backs or lungs who are inclined to stoop should investigate time Ladies Abdominal Support and also tho Shoulder brace which A J Ditman handles His address is 2 Barclay Street All the specialities he gives his attention to are time very best in their individual lines and he will give full facts concerning them to all who write to know Popular finishings for parasol handles are of gun metal Dutch and India ailS ver Sometimes a little aperture is hollowed out in the metal fortho reception of bonbons or change In outline the styles are not at all pretty to the average way of thinking All the fetching little fluffy effects have been ruled out amid skirls and sleeves are especially angular and unpleasing EVELYN CABLE Spains Greatest Need Mr It P Olivia of Barcelona Spain spends his winters at AlkenSCWeak nerves had caused severe pains in the back of lug bead On using Electric Bitters Americas greatest Blood and Nerve Remedy all pain soon left him Ho says this grand medicine is what his country nec s All America knons thnt it cures liver and kidney trouble purifies the Dlood tones up time stom nch strengthens the nerves puts vim vigor and now life into every mucle nnrve and organ of tho body If weak tired or ailing you need ft Every hot tle guaranteed only 50 cents Sold by Perry Thomas Druggist 1 A QUEER CALENDAR COMPLICATION Thomas Jefferson Was Not Born On April 13th The Day Set For His Birthday Dinners Timers will be many thinners in honor of Thomas Jefferson April 13th Yet he was not born on that tiny Ho was born on April 2nd 1743 old ftyle but owing to tlie new style of time compu tation licglnning with thin Introduction of time Gregorian Calendar 1752 nt whicli time tho Equinox had retro graded eleven lays since the Council of Nice in A D 325 when time festival of Easter was established and the equi floE occurred on March 21 the dates of anniversaries originating prior to Tope Gregorys Calendar are determined by adding eleven days hence Thomas Jeffersons birthday is properly observed on April 13tb This Interesting fact is pointed out on pages 24 and 85 of the New York World Almanac a most interesting statistical book cf over 500 pages That newspaper offers to scud the volume postage paid for 25c IMPORTANT TO TEACHERS Superintendent Public Instruction W Davklson lies sent out tljejollow iug notices to tho various County Sn perintendents of the State The State Board of Examiners Will select from 20 per cent to30 percent of the questions on from current events also many questions on Geogra pliy will relate to the chaoged eocdi tious incident to the late war From 30 per Ceflt to eat of tlH questions on Theoryd Practice will bo taken from Pages TlwSrjr and FrctieV and QafekV JSdhieHoMl tI H tI 1j MOW TO COOK A HUSBAND Union Herald A good many husbands are utterly spoiled by mismanagement Some women go about as if their husbands were bladders and blow them up Others let them freeze by their careless ness and indifference Some keep them in a stew by irrating ways and words others roast them some keep them in a pickle nil their lives It can not be supposed that any husband will be tender and good managed in this way hut they are really delicious when properly treated In selecting your husband you should not be guided by the silvery appearance as in buying mackerel nor by the golden tint as if wanting a salmon Be sure you select him yourself as tastes differ Do not go to market for him as the best is always hroucht to your door It is far better to have none unless you will pa tiently learn to cook him A preserv jug kettle of the iinostporcelain is best but if you have nothing but an earthenware pipkin It will do with care See that the linen in which you wash him Is nicely washed and mended with the required number of buttons and timings tightly sewed n Tie him with a cord tIled comfort as the one called duty is apt to be weak Make a clear steady fire of love neatness and cheerfulness Set him as near this as seems to agree with him If he sputters and fizzes dont bo nix Louis some husbands do this until they are quite done Add a little sugar in time form of what confectioners call kisses but no vinegar or pepper on any account A little spice improves him but it must be used with judg ment Do not stick any sharp instru ment into him to see if ho is becoming tender stir him gently watching the while lest he lie too flat and close to the kettle and so become useless You cannot fall to know when he is done If thus treated you will find him very relishable agreeing nicely with you and the children and he will keel as long as you wish unless yon become care less and set him in too cold a place Put this in your scrap book Tint Throbbinslllcadaehe Whould quickly leave you if you used Dr Kings New LifePills Thous ands of sufferers have proved their matchless merit for Sick and Nervous Headaches They made pure blood and strong nerves and build up your health Easy to take Try them Only 25 cents Money hack if not cured Sold by Perry Thomas Druggist 1 A STARTLING PROPHECY Mile Couesdon a French phrophet ess who claims to be the accredited mouthpiece of the Archangel Ga briel predicts all kinds of strange things for the United States She says that war will come Again it will come- I see a great day coming she continues 11 great day for America all America North and South under one government will be united War will not wage to bring this aboutMexico will ask tor admission to the United States after the death of President Diaz and it will be granted The South American countries will eee tho prosperity and happiness of Mex- Ico under the American flag They too frill be admitted and their wish will bo granted Canada will remain longest out of the Union America will have another great war It will not be with Germany neither will it be with France It will be with a country that is now making professions of friendship for America Germans in America will not allow their fatherland to wage war against time United States Englishmen have no such power It will be time most terrible war ever wagedShe also says great trouble will come because of our rich men The common people will remain sound and virtuous The rich will be come corrupt avaricious and degraded and will ruin themselves with their own riches It Mlle Coucsdon is said to have made an extraordinary number of prophecies which have come true She foretold the dreadful fire of the Bazar de la Chad to the sudden death of Felix Future IIlid the political disturbances In France due to time Dreyfus case A prophet several years ago in Indi ana predicted that the world would come to an end on the 20lh of March 1809 The prophet came to an enl but time world still lives There have been other modern prophets We shall walL and see A Burlington train plunged into a swollen stream in Wyoming andsix lives were lost Pcruna works harmoniously with nature to eject the tubercles from tho lusga and works to that if there is a cure ior consumption Peruna is the remedy Bead this letter frotH Mrs H A Tyner of Four Oaks N c about her daughter Mrs TJ Keene She says Peruna Medicine ce Columbus 0 DEAn SIB8My daughter had every symptom of consumptionsuppression- of menSes night sweats tad great ema elation She was so low that none of our neighbors thought she could live In May Mr C K Adams of this plac who had taken Peruna told mo if anything would help her Peruna would I got a bottle of Jt and some rock candy and began giving it to her During the first few days she was so weak che could only take n half tea spoonful at a time but I gave it to hems often as she could bear it In less than k week she could walk two bandrcd yards aad tmck without rest lag the kept getting stranger and in twelve months sit seemed to fee as well a sheeverWM iiMtr tUe IMeIand deed eVWYOlM tk t kneW boat her ekaeM taHS MHk iJteIlife My 4M M MM k MM hXn 1 YHGES UF SIM 1 I1ABookforYoun0 and OId OURI 250000 a Ii DISEASED CURED MEN I WE CURE KK SKIM K pIS 0 250 QOO CURED K linnednyouwererydhabitriblo results were your eyes ojHined to mnbnodcnntrncbllYlifcaxcT Wero you cured Doyqonur lomalJAtOFATIUlJ1K p afallurofness r exsfmercury This booklet will point out to you tho result of there crimea nnd jmlnt TltKATlENTshows how thoamnds hnvn been favni by our NEW THEATilKNT It pmvn CUltSANYcnrolMISSTONSVARIcOCFTE fe STRICTURE UIPOTENCl SF DISChARGESdiseases CURES GUARANTEED The Wages cf Sin sent fern hy rneloMne 2e iamp CONSULTATION It E If unable to call write for ROMETREATMENT r res- KENNEDYS KERGAN 122 W FOURTH STREET CINCINNATI r DROPSY TlSIrableRtultdles mAny thousand cases teadaysfreetlX GO TO THE English Kitchen 12 W Short St Lexington KyI J W MASTERS Proprietor Regular meals 25 cents Lodging 25 cents Most convenient end centrally located hotel in the city Fine equipped bar in connection DPU a LJi ulJ EASESI and Whhke r 6lts Cured at home will nut pain Ilonk ot par FREtDRee North 1ryor St Vulcan Chilled Plow Our Goods T- OurAND Price++ Compel you to trade nth ui when you give us a trial 1Ji 1lfu ID rn mqIDt cJiiis The ladies cannot be deceived by c itchy phrases nOl bombastic claims All we have to say s we buy ill the best markets of the world select the la test goods and when you buy you know you have the latefit uptodate goods Is that what you want 3Jf so trade with YYhItPIAND GihSOn WIHHosnalCol Commission Merchants otd Hog and SnccJ UNION STOCK YARDS CINCINNATI O TELEPHONE 7346 TA11 information regarding live stock cheerfully furnished Consign yoot stock direct to us sept7ly ++++CALL AT + + + + dt 111ii SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found in the city are dispensed by uptodate and accommo dating clerks Genuine Saratoga Water Kept on Tap SsssS Phone 3 Second St RICiaLOND KY =iWii- Is right at hllhldso is the m And eIlCenter Cut fjJ vDisc IfmSj heavily stocked with every article 1Efit- IIIIfounc1in a firstclass Hardware Store such fB Ilames Trates Backbands etcrn III Nails Wire Stoves Tinware Cutlery etc F tj iILm ner is constantly in demand for guttering jJl- IwI roofing and renairinir till We will not be Will Undersell w 1TayIor Bros 1IiI FE Madison Monumental Works ESTABLISHED 1863 JAMES Ta HAMILTON PJIOPRIETOB MonneitTebs Heastois Statuary ani Forc1i aid Aiiericai MarWt aid Granite 0 f D f+ +++ + + PINEWJ01RK A SFEGIAbTY t++ H+ ++TLiose who nro cibqleiniilattni Iniying jMarlilo Granite or any kind 61 Cemetery l1d it to their imiturest to CAll nt tue old smamul in time rear of tliH M EChiirpU n Irvuto Street wlierm they will fint onJtantly on liayd n large stork of fluuihmel work to sn1ct trout at prices to suit nil classes of buyers jyfMiL VS G tiOUCHEtJ one of the Milt workmen In Central workIwhich will ho facMiMKloaiinlIciitIan OUR PATIIONAQE SOLIQiTD T J7MESIT H7MJLTONj Prieor ii 0II c r f JF eWeflonti- i Wailt a Cent Of your money unless you get value received for it For that reason we aroalways glad to have you look around the store and learn how much better you can do here than anywhere else 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Baskets Z Smyrna Wilton Rugs attract additions business lover beauty wilipay Framed Pictures dallions make specialty framing pictures kaci complete charge Mr Brown graduate embalmer Iandfuneral director icall before purchasing elsewhere SI NEVILLE MOBERLEVI Successor Collins NIGHT PHONE A BOON TO MANKIND DTALES UCKEYv New Certain Cure PILES PAIN CURE WHERE OTHERS HAVE FAILED BOTTLES MR BlURD Proprietor Street 1L PERRY THOMAS Druggists SEND ONE wUIUIfI S3I75 123isandOSLLICSaiTes SPECIAL IWI Ute pbotoKnpIuroa antInQeflnUDhutdjomelrdfcorat ftoctaTetllBtopsa ttiGi1pQiil JrIawtaMlkDumUHi TllEACMKQUEESac ODI71lIn Iriu- 4wsuSUAHAMTEEB ySfgf conditions 011r OTOIislRREUAIMUTY ESTA8LISHED neiplitorabout PILlE CURE Discovery INTERNAL EXTERNAL WITHOUT nnilhrcflhiywTrnriirrnouutanXdnralikcaiTnzicbAez rman Exchange Bank York orany ralJroadr cxptS company cbicaeo bOfI i a too creepy entire one of lblar1eobIIlnBInChicago stnploy UerIy003 people in oar own Wilding OKIUIS IT ttO imt n ruMs SllUifl awl pi alto eTerythlnjr In mtutcal IrutrameU at lowevt holNla prieefl Write for tree unectal oruan piano aadranrlealliMtrnmentcaUloiraA AddreM 8unBMWtkACaara uCUz nlliklk Milw SEARS ROEBUCK A cOllnc Fuon Dett alllu and WajmtnSti CHICAGO ILL i s 1rikkL tJftJPSolid trains finest in the South Cincinnati to Jacksonville dally via the Queen and Crescent and connecting lines Through connections to Tampa Miami or New Orleans with fast Steamer Service to Nassau Key West Havana Santiago and San Juan Low rate round trp tickets Iii Trata Service is pcrFI feet In detail Fast sched ules 24 tours to Jackson i yule 54 hours iiICincinnati to1 Havana jlwaMuAss I- r I J t S i I kr J tp i t jr Itj Hu 4 US flrO rt5J1 1J I I r I The Richmond Climax toDdEdJtorsta B WOODS Associate Editor WEDNESDAY APRIL 19 1899 PUBLISHED XVEBY WKDNIC3DAT BY JXhs Climax Printing Go 1 RICE PER YEAR 150 ANNOUNCEMENT FOR AUDITOR- Ve are authorized to announce JOHN B OUBNSJ1T of Madleon county a candidate for the office of State Auditor subject to the action of the Democratic State Convention FOB HEPBE3EXTATIVE We are authorized to announce M n WILL IAMB a candidate for the Legislature subject to the action of tile Democratic party We are auth rlzed to announce W W COMBS a candidate to succeed himself In the next general assembly of the State of Ken tucky subject to the will of the Democratic partyvIT is only fit for fertilizers said a witness before the beef inquiry board It will not however raise a good crop of votes for the Eagauitcs and Algerites lIoN BRUTUS J CLAY of this city has been named by Gov Bradley one of tho two delegates from Kentucky to the Farmers National Congress at Boston PEACE was formally declared on Tuesday April 11 BUT we will continue to moisten the revenue stamp and hearken to Republican claims that the Dingley law is a revenue producer beyond compare FROM last October to last Friday the Lonisvillo base ball team had this years pennant cinched After that date a number of impolite teams will como along and divest the Martyrs of the bunting as usual CAKTRI HARRISON completely dissi patod the CrokerIIarrlson coalition dream when at thcJMilwaukeo ban quet last week ho suggested the reo nomination of Mr Bryan and indorsed the Chicago platform BY adroitly selling that Philippine insurrection to Uncle Samuel Spain was onablod to proclaim peaceon April 11 about 150 years in advance of the date that would otherwise have been made memorable by a similar proela mation DBBYFDS was not guilty and secured a sentence of banishment on a desort island Eagan was guilty and was sentenced to retire on full pay for six years and the rest of Lis life on two thirds pay It will thus bo seen that all republics are not ungrateful THE CourierTournal Is improving It printed in full Mr Bryans New York speech in its last Sunday issue Three years ago it would not have printed itin its week day issue lInt this is to emphasize the importance of supporting the Dispatch before the establishment of which the Democracy of Kentucky hail no organ to publish its Side of the burning questions of the tiny TirwiiK wow two kinds of Demo cratic dinners in New York last week A dinner whore congenial spirits got together for the fun of time thing and regardless of the cost and dinners where serious and patriotic mon and women gathered together to discuss the interests of the people the future of their country anti tliir prospects of their party Which of these dinners did Mr Bryan attend Which would you bale attended IP our home affairs are in such bad condition and they are by what moral authority do we assumo for ourselves tim right of purifying the disposition of the people of the Philippines If we have made so sad n failure of pop ular government what have the Philippines to expect from a colonial government in which will be conspicuous and potent the same influences that have disguested American people with their own ofltiirs tFBroMCo LEXINGTON KY Did it Ever Occur to You That you can save your self Time Trouble and Money by making your purchases here WAtt PAL The kind exclusive stores ask 15 to 25e forwe will olier for 12ic Hall and dining room paper in all the shades at moderate prices hcia tor L Ourstock of Dinnerware Tollet ware Glassware is now ready and we think you wilt find It about what you want l P8tj iece dinner letodd quaint l h beautiful deep blue j filtration exclusive china store would ik25our prioo 18 ff21 China Chocolatn jots at lOc p Ten dozen Salad Plates the 100 kLiidatOcFourdozoncacli 3 kind bread and butter plates The dozen Decorated China Lamps complete with8hades large burners etc 150 each Nave Yen Seea The lite ef Me Plates P JBrnwerLoJ MATO AKDBIIOADWAYIEXINGTON x 17 AN old Confederate soldier laughed when we read to him General Shafters testimony that he heard no complaint about the beef from the men at tile front Why laugh at saeerious Asub ject we Inquired Well said tho1 Johnny Eeb Ueneral Shatter told the truth because ho wasnt at the front PERSONAL Mr B E Turley spent Sunday at Spears Mr J L rowel spent several days In Clark last week Mr J H Baldwin is back from Malone New York f- Misa Katie Harvey of Louisville is the guest of Miss Mary Little Miss Nell Hood of Covington is visiting Mrs Laura ChenaultaMiss Mary Payne Dodd of Louisville is visiting Mrs J Stone Walker atMrhis sister Mrs Wm Arnold Mr Jas II rig of Leslio county visited Mr and Mrs W W Pigg this weekcMiss Nellie Mershon of Staniord is visiting Miss Lena Palmer at Kirks villeMiss Rosa Justice of Winchester was the guest of Mrs R P Fox last week Miss Josephine Schmidt visited Miss Margaret Conway at Winchester last weekMiss Florence Winn of Winchester will be Miss Ethel TerrilPa guest tomorrow Friends ofexJudfte Jas H Barnam were delighted to welcome him home l wedkMrs V B LIoyd has ben for a week the guest of friends at Midway and Lexington Mrs B E McRoberts of Lancaster was the guest of Dr and Mrs C H Vaught last week SCliffents at Union CitySMr Mat Cohen is hack from Now York delighted with the result of his trip elsewhere describedeMisses Winn two very attractive young ladies of Plattsbnrg Mo are guests of Miss May IlallardmGeneral John Hooe Russellof Huntington W Va was a distinguished visitor to this city last week Mr and Mrs John Donelson left yesterday tor Cincinnati and Dayton but will bo absent only a few days Mr and Mrs E V Elder were in Cincinnati last week The former went 5toMrs W B Wilkerson after a de Igbtful visit to Mr and Mrs W W Pigg returned SaturdaytMrs C D eriue Chenault will attend Nat Good wins performance today at Lexington Miss Lizzie Baldwin who came over from Winchester to visit her sister Mrs Ed Carson at Union City has re turned There will be an impromptu dance at the Masonic Templo tomorrow nightT under the management of Guard Mr M A Holcomb attorneyatlaw and circuit court clerk of Mckee Jack son county attended circuit court here last weekCMrs Geo Land and her beautiful little daughter Miss Elite of Jessa BMissMollioMiss Florrie Hood of Lebanon was ShelbyIrvineT Hinton at Paris MrR C Stockton entertained at progressive euchre last Wednesday In honor of Mrs Charles Harris and Miss Minnie Nuchols of VersaillesrMrs Chits H Stoll of Washington 3Ityaccoinpanied by Mrs Jas Stoll of Lexington is visiting the formers SIE ter Mrs Dudley Tribble on Main street Dr Hugh B Gibson returned on Friday from a twomonths visit to Bal timore Now York and Philadelphia where he took post graduate course in incdirino and surgery Prof F A Groseclose of Central University Richmond attended the entertainment at tho S P Lees Satur day night He remained over Sunday the lustier guest of the InstittteJacksonh JadgeSullivantho Hotel Glyndon Is incorrect He hosteleryInfied with itcMiss Kathleen Poyntz has been noti fied by Capt John Boyd of herappoint theKyDlvlovely daughter of Brigadier General J M Poyntz UCV Mr Chas D Miller returned from Irvine on8aturday and the Improved typography of the CLIMAX is largely due to his style speed and recent recuperation from exhaustive labor on this paper He went hunting every dayat the Irvine post office for a Jotter from his New Orleans girl and sitighdailythe Crescent City By returning to Richmond ho hears from Miss by every train N a Ennd W hlso H wCProf Van Norman entertained tbe Prandennial Club on Tuesday night The subject of discussion was the Elec byPresidentagainst that method At ten oclock tho members and guests repaired to deUgbtfulfivecoDrse vious elegant spreads of the club The next meeting will take place with Dr Dunn when the Public Ownership Municipal Franchise will bo debated Four wcekS henco the subject will be the Monroo Doctrine v Over Iu Lancaster tho other night time boys had a heap of fun initiating a student Into a secret order tho name of which I did not learn but from time ceremonies as described by the victim the order must bo young and fresh The yictloi jot mad about the way he was handled and says he was put into a literal fiery furnace made to stick his bead Into stovepipe full of soot and wag Nearer My God to Thee was suspended from the cell ing by means of a Np tied to oaetoo and in numberless other ways was made to believe that betas haviflfC a hot time Hi the old towm that Might Hmodsbarg Sayiagi ilJf ji= Jl I Ont the FirstStep is Difficult- The first step in Spring should be to cleanse Natures house from Winters accumulations Hoofs Sarsaparilla does this work easily It is IdMedicineas millons of people say It makes the weak strong as nervous men and women gladly testify It cures all blood diseases as thousands of curedvoluntarily write It is just the medicine for you aa yon will gladly say alter you have given it a fair trial Bad BSood Although past 70 years ofcge I am thoroughly well It was three bottles of Hoods Sarsaparilla that made me so after spending over 00 in medical My trouble was a raw sore on y ankle MBS IOCISA MABOK Court Street Lowell MassImRunning months I gave my children Hoods Sarsa parllla and It cured them of running sores oods Pills cured me of dyspepsia authconstipation Mall KATE E THOMAS Governor St Annapolis MdwConsumptive Cough Five years ago I had a consumptive cough which reduced me to a skeleton Was advised to take Hoods Sarsaparilla which I did and recovered normal health I have been well ever since MATILDA BRIDGEWATER Cor Pearl and Chestnut Sts Jeffersonviue lad od4iSa4a1- 4sMill cure liver Ills the nonirritating sod iii7 cathartic to take with Hood Sanaparllla RELIOIOUSa Bev Edgar Carpenter of Virginia will assume the pastorate of the Episcopal church on Suoday morning Rev T Q Martin will preach at Mt Pleasant Christian church on Saturday evening at 3 oclock before the fourth unday and on Sunday at 11 oclock The Final Perseverance of Thej aints will be the subject of Smiths lecture on the Confession of Faith at the Presbyterian Church this- vening at 730wRev Richard French will preach on fifth Saturday and Sunday in this onth at Red HouseSaturday at night and Sunday morning and nightu Sunday school will be organized on the fifth Sunday Rev Ben L Smith of Cincinnati will conduct the services at the Chris tian Church on Sunday morning and in time evening will deliver his lecture on Alexander Campbell to which all 10 invited MARRIED FBEESIANROBINSOK James Freeman and Fannie Robinson were united in marriage by acting Judge Turpin last Tuesday- SMITUBELTAt the residence in this city of Mr W II Baxter brother Inlawof the bride Mr Jolt R Smith and Miss Emma W hell of Ford were married on Sunday afternoon last at 4 rn Rev W R Lloyd officiating he well wishes of their friends follow them to their home at Ford BIRTHS RossTo the wife of John Ross at- ottonburg a son STEJUIS To the wife of the junior editor of tho Jessamine Journal Jas Stears on time 12th inst a son ames VanCleve May he live long his influence be greatand his character stainless all the days of his lif- eDEAT11S GOODLETT On Tuesday April lltb 1899 Avie D Goodjett at his sisters residence Mrs Austin Stone on theo Lancaster pike age about 19 year- sBAIjFvAfter recovering sufficient ly to be moved from the Infirmary to her home Mrs Mary A Rainey con t oractedpneumonia on Sunday at the home of her husband Fred Bainey who with four children survive Funeral on Monday in tue Gentry burying ground JONES At the home of Mr and Mrs W C Bucker near Waco on Saturday last Miss Fannie Jones died of the dread disease consumption At a party she attended last winter she was one f the gayest of the throng one of th- ealthiest i one of the most beautiful and popular But the invisible angel of death marked her that night for his wnand sent a chilling frost to cut down the young flower ere it had fully blossomed into womanhood Ar largo circlo of friends mourn her death am annot be comforted Alter a touching ceremony by Bev Hawes the inter ment took place In College Hill Cerae Jtery LOCAL Singleton Gets a Verdict for 5000 A Lexington jury on Saturday awarded W E Singleton the exRich mond photographer a verdict of 5000 damages in his 10 000 suit against Maj Thos J Carson Lost fall the two men had a difficulty over a ladys photograph and Carson struck Singleton with a cane whereupon Singleton fired at Carson and Carson shot Singleton se verely woundinghlm The altercation occared in Singletons art gallery and tbe case was a sensational one on ac count of Major Carsons prominence and the fact that his companion Col Allen was slightly wounded by the shot fired at Carson by Singleton Republican Convention The Republicans of Madison hold along and spirited convention here on Saturday to namo delegates to the 3rd District Railway Convention to bo held hero Tuesday May 2 Hon J W Ca perlon was elected Chairman and Messrs French Tlpton and Charles Rowland Secretaries The report of the Committee on Resolutions was adopted except its list of delegates which were not altogether satisfactory to the convention and it required much time to get up a list to suit the crowd This was finally done The resolutions endorse Protection Gold Standard Expansion endorse tho State administration and Mr Davlson eri dorso McKinley for reelection Con detnn Democracy from Alpha to Omaha and remain rioatral as between the candidates for Jlajlroad Commia stoner Capt Smith did uoi as is reported Ie d tbo fijht for Wood The only cf fort made se l wtCtiVa by Mr Hog for Canon A Ietsre of the BMcttBgtvsut Jud e Tipions L1t Npecb I1JlIWr onbred ta is bImsd for few pi 9f r t J Wei t i r r Cs Dave Freeman on The Pike MrrlvidR Freeman isb ck from- tripa to Chicago where he purchased an Edison Phoitograph with a barrel of tunes HoofTers his service free Sunday school entertainments ando will guarantee a great show Ho is State agent for Sears Roebuck Co who will send hint an automobile vehicle in which to tour tho county Mr Frjcmnans generous offer does not stop with a free show for ho will eat s breakfast at home take his dinner and return homo to slipper Address him care CoT Charles Rowland next to Busy Bee Cash Store Call early to avoid the rush Will Move to Chicago Mr J M Davis the efficient mail agent on time Richmond and Stanford b 2ranchage and accept the agency of the Goodrich Steamship Company Mr Davis has been in the mail service sev eralcars and his itccuracy inasservice Ills gentlemanly hearing and qualities have made friends for im here who regret to give up so orthy a gentleman At present he is boarding with Mrs M M Miller on West Main and has added much fo the good cheer of the congenial guests of that popular placeSA Crystal Palace Tho ladies saw that notice in our last issue describing the beautiful queens ware antI china store of Messrs Me Cann Deatherage opposite the Hotel Glyndon and are profuse in their compliments of the place Itis a veri tablecrystal palace the cutglass china pdewdeckedmorn If there is anything you want such as a plate a cup a bowl a lamp SItIlectionworth visiting just as an art study or for recreation Drop in and see the high art work constantly on exhibition- At night the scene surpasses discrip ion under the glow of the many gas ets Met With Great Success at the Horse Sales Mat Cohen is back from Now York here he sold 23 head of fancy Ken tucky horses at an average profit of 11250 and for fear his most Intimate friends would doubt his word he showed s a stock paper from which we gladly extract this notice of his sale Messrs Wagers Cotton of Richmond Ky sold at auction at the American Horse Exchengo on April 10 Under the management of W D Grand about the best consignment of hYorkproiouslyjty of their offerings at the present level they will qpickly acquire a large following of customersnTwo Men Suffer With Broken Ribs At least two men in Madison aje wishing our father Adam had given away all hisjibs insteadof one when Eve was created upwards of a long time ago Con way Doziorwas riding up Otter Creek pike on Saturday night about eleven oclock when the midnight southbound passenger train on the K C dashed up behind him and eo frightened his horse that Mr DozieT was thrown to the pike and badly bruised having throe ribs broken Mr John Edwards the other victim was caught between tho K C depot wall and the end of the heavy baggage truck aud had a rib broken lIe is an xious to part with all his ribs if theyTgive him as much trouble as the 1sWindow Dressing Now a Feature Here A few years ago the art of window ressingin Richmond was left to the undisputed possession of the spider and the fly the only object then being light and this was admitted through numer us small panes of glass Now expensive plate glass is used and window space is as valuable almost as advertis Ins spacein the CLIMAX and an artistically arranged window Is as productive f quick sales as a dapper clerk The artistic and elaborate arrangement of goods and the beauty of theblending of colors have much to do with attracting the puublic eye Messrs Douglas Bright Co have made special effort to carry the art forward in this city and they have succeeded by several remark able exhibitions Remembering this look at their new ad in todays CLIMAX for oho year and see their pretty win dows Caldwell High School Entertainment Following program of entertainment evouiri1AprilAdmission 15 cents proceeds to send winners to tho Somerset Tournament Declaimors Miss May Wallace Bal lard Raggedy Man Lillie Complell Come Hero Katherine Scott When The Cows Como Home Sadie Banghman Annette Mary Traynor Vocal Solo Miss Mamie Schil ling Dainty Dimples Lillie Camp bell Boblink Fannie Prather Little HackerlJappyBirdsifal There will also be a chorus from followingFriday Central University to Raise 100000 At the late meeting of the Board of Curators of C U Rev C T Thompson pastor of Mt Horob and Bethel churches was elected Financial Agent to assist Dr Blanton in raising an ad ditioual endownment of 100000 Mr Thompson is one of tho ablest and most attractive ntluiBters in time Synod and will devote lila best energies to the work DV Blanton has already secured 10 600 from two friends of the University who have already given liberally to the institution We are glad to know that our old friend and pastor Ref Dr T A Bracken whom Dr Forman terms a Bulwark ol Presbyteriauism is oneof the gentlemen referred to Awarded Highest Honors Worlds Eak DR IJCEjCREAM BAKING NDLRMOST j ILfr4Q T4S TI T4MP4M t 1I f r lfd If1t i Railrs4Commslon Convjnliwi At 20alptm Saturday in th Sheriffs office Hon J B Chenault fCIwfr manJpf tIme Democratic County olD mittee called to order tlo body of Dem crats assembled bTarder of tlio State Committee to select delegates to the convention to be held at Winchester on April 2G Hon A T Chenault was olectedipermaneiit chairman and C E Woods secretary Gov McCreary In troducod tile following resolutions which wero unanimously endorsed tlienTmo of MiUrycn dicilirig ehthti siasticapplause lietolred 18l That we tIne Democrats Madison countyin convention assem ble approve the call of the District Democratic Committee for a convention to be held in Winchester Ky on the 6th day of Apr 1899 to nominate a Democratic canuldato for Bailroad Commissioner in the 3rd Railroad District of Ky t v 2nd That this convention reaffirms s allegiance to the principles of the latforimi adopted by the National Democrat Convention held m Chicago in 189G and well lSert our admiration for and confidence in tim gallant and gifted statesman and patriot Hon Win J Bryan whom wo believe should again bo theDemocratic nominee for Presi lent in 1900 3rd That John B Chenault W B mith J S White W W Combs M H Williams W S Hume Henry nice W A Langford W P Prewitt asPowell Thomas E Baldwin J P Simmons Harvey Chenault and James B McCreary the lattcrs name on motion of Geo M Willging being added to tho list of delegates and nil other Democrats of this county aro ap- pointedhereby delegates to the Demo ratie Convention to be hold at Win chesteron the 2Cth of April 1899 ande they are instructed to cast the votes of convention1forCot county as the Democratic nominee for Railroad Commissioner A T CHENAULT dim CLARENCE 15 WOODS SectcA Sad and Sudden DeathcThe community was given a painful surprise and shock on Friday last when the news spread that John K Faulkner had suddenly died at Silver Creek t wimecuratelyas we can obtain them that Mr Faulkner who was a auger at the Hume distillery complained of illness and asked Mr Will Hume for key to the latters room Mr Hume promptly accompanied the gentleman to his room and saw that Mr Faulkner was made comfortable and promised to come back soon and see aimevery half hour and finding Mr wasIsoon wear But Mr Hume found that Mr Faulk cr was not only sick but that his condition was serious as his breathing be came labored his eyelids twitched hi a peculiar manner and fever had arisen Mrs Stanton Hume was sum moned and she advised that a physi cian be called at once Mr Faulkners pulsation had risen to 170 and he could not ho roused death ensuing sllorUyExlmlnation revealed the cause of tenth to be congestion of the lungs those organg being filled with couJulatedJlood It is reported that Mr Faulkner had caught a severe cold which led to his death so shockingly sudden as to cast a gloom over the community The deceased was a son of the lamented Uol John K Faulkner the gallant and popular soldier ant itizemiwiio died some three yearssince here now survive two daughters Mrs White who was the beautiful Miss Jane Faulkner one of Kentuckys Lady Managers of the Worlds Fair and Mrs James 32ojleinan of Arkansas John Faulkner Jr was a gen dcgree11ising friends There was an innate rc finement that was magnetic a m nli ness that vas captivating a hospitality that was unrestrained in its gener erosity He was 33 years of ago in the prime of life and happily circumstanced Hence the tears of friends the regrets of tIme community and the great shock this awfully sudden sum mons has caused xme and all Thin funeral services took place at Old Paint Lick Church on Friday at 11 a m when there was a large outpouring of sorrowing friends to pay their last tribute to their noblehearted companion Critique Upon Mrs Keans Entertainment Editors Climax From an artistic standpoint tIme con cert given by Mrs Lillie Logan Kean soprano and Sir David Abramowitz violin virtuoso at Masonic Hall on April 11 proved the most Interesting and I might add ideal concert ever given in Richmond The program was of the proper l lengthand arranged as to relative value and climax with more than ordinary skill Wo have had other and more experi enced artists hut none more pleasing or sincere in their workand with such genuine expressions of enjoyment aswere accorded them throughout the program they should recall this n8 one of those occasions that rarely come to an artist but how could it bo otherwise with their talent and such cminuiit teachers Mrs Keaus clear pronunciation and enunciation combined with perfect in tonation fits her for the concert so prano and especially noticeable she sings in tune and does not get out of pitch There was no physical exertion or forcing of the voice and no more voice produced than was insistent with the beauty and requirements o the solos Mr Abrauiowlte subordinated Ills technical brilliancy to a faithful rein dering of tho composers poetry in Simons Berceuse and that Zephyrlike tncoro of Reynards Berceuse bra trent ment of time Zigennerweisen ot Sarasate was fitted with the greatest delicacy of feeling and a tone that was absolutely caressing color that seemed velvet itsricliness in fact his work reminds mo very much of time great Marstck flverythinff was so polished refined an4 finished the playing of these un fetter emotions that are rarely aroused but when so dono expression in lan guage seems hushed into silence in my effort to recall and fasten those beautiful fleeing tones Mrs Walker that most wonderful ac comp nlst who so often has been called upon on very short notice to play tre mcndously jjtUlcalt piano accompani ments in public concert upon this as all other occasions has proven equal to the situation anti nut alone my own but the universal expression of Vis ting isolofels lias been one of complete de lSj hnd satisfaction that eueba xi markabla pianlafc could be found outail uilariarcities JTittly laitlj roJ of efUfc I I lai t1r ff Ji ii3ooJ JjG itq4 J iiWE lAVE PLENTY OF COAL C can fill orders ptIy Our Pine Ie ipromand Straight Creek can nat fee ex celled We alsi handle Hay Csra etc Tele phone 21 near R N i HiDet Terms Strictly Cask NeUfcWillluu i could find notbingof a different tone to say abutthis concert yet to make a reputation as critic I should be able to tear the soloist to pieces butJ must con Iess1 could not find even one flawcVery respectfully W n BmaiiT Central University Won the First Game STANDlXO OF THE CLUBS Won Lost Per Ct Central University I 0 1000 Georgetown College 0 1000 Kentucky Univy 0 1 000 State College Centre College A splendid crowd saw time C U boys trounce the Kentucky University baseball team on Friday in this city All society was out in its latest bib and tucker and rubbertired buggies Time visitors hada heavier team but their preliminary practice was very amateur- Ish indeed and afforded a pretty good index of their subsequent playing True they had good players on the team alRgentiemanly and no beef ra Although our team did not let- hef visitors score after the first Inning we cannot forget the impression that the rather poor support given Mr Spencer the visitors pitcher was largely responsible for his letdown in time last two Innings when six C U scores the rubber However we won by superior playing and the visitors not complain of the two local um c p 4loseStucky made a phenominal catch far back of his position securing a fly lush hile swiftly running headup In the same direction C Us left fielder Mr Thompson of Atlanta duplicated the catch a little later Both were generously applauded Capt Bigger pitched fine game for C U striking out ten men and getting two singles Young Mr Tadiock C Us catcher played exactly like a vetsrau and made two long fair catches that put him to severe test At first Adams earned his right o the place and completed the only double on our side In center Mr Hall sustained himself asUn bird and cracked out 2 nice double Time others Howe at third Chatham at- rijtht arid Venablo at short did their part well Second baseman V Chat- ham smashed the ball at pleasure and played big position faultlessly Fonr excellent substitutes Norman Booker Muir and Logan were ready for service ami would have played good ball if need be The first same developed the fact that the team was nervous and Is yet not strong at the bat This fact will only bo emphasized if our good opinion of Spencers pitching capacity is dls proven For to disparage tho vaior of gloryofNext Saturday we meet old Centre here and it is the unanimous desire that what our team does to them sinai bo upwards of a plenty The score by innings was as follows K IT3000000003 CU111000429lIitsIC ErrorsK U 5 0 U 5 Earned Runs C U 1 Twobase HltHall2r- hrcebase HitV Chatham Wild PitchSpencer 2 Base on Balls Spencer 3 Bigger 2 Hit by Pitched Bali Stoll Bigger 2 OutBy Spencer 11 by Big j on BasesK U 2 C U7 Double PlaysSpencer to Gallager s1 ifiHolden Bigger to Adams to TadlockBatteriesSpencer and Worley Bag ger and Tadlock UmpiresGreenleaf Woods Timne223On at Lexington in pres ence of only 200 people Georgetown defeated K U 2212 Leader says Kellner Downing and Craft played the best ball for Georgetown We know Kellner is a professional and bear the other two are also But Kell ner is the warmest thing that ever kicked up dust on our diamond and if p l timeleas4rethe new students a specimen of Rich monds last summers team Kellner a college boy And the woodcock broke ila facel Hows This We offer One Hundred Dollars Re ward for any case of Catarrh that can not be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure F J CHENEY Co Toledo 0 We tine undersigned have known F 3 Cheney for tHo last 15 years and him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by their firm West i Truax Wholesale Druggists Toledo Ohio Walding Kfnnan Marvin Whore sale Druggist Toledo Ohio Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internal v acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Testi monials sent free Price 75c per bottle Sold all Druggists Halls Family Pills are thehest1m PUBLICSAWhaving sell to the highest bidder at mr place known as the George Ballew rm118 from Rich mood near the Big on a 8 w Z2 3yesrII 2yearold male and 8 head of hogs some hor lIestOorlO barrels corn 6 or 1 stacks of limo machineryI rtBld1known an day of sole J H CrMwford V H Pimwrrr Auctioneer OTQnlebt1 l UMIrotBrahmaI bought a few weeks ago are from MM PM tlMt MIaY1AePonltlTThoroucabied Mammoth Fekl Dock at 1 for 12 Drake weighs uvf dnos lb La1ahinaadhewIUneUwaUsns HTorlS GrdirsI4Mordrvs IImII iatg WN 1 j1ijije it EA II LEGAL TEST 16036 Record 229th fourth heat in a race on a half mile track Sired by the nat ElectIon- eer tho only horse with 167 in 230 hyWIlliamsonsson or Uambletonian 10 3d darn LasraTKeene by Hambletonian 10 all producing dams Dnyhorselhlngspeed and 239 performers and his son Chimes is the champion trotting Stallion as a sire of at and consistent race horses having to his redit seven with average records of 210 a distinction which is not equaled even by the- reat8 George Wilkes or any of his son The public Is well acquainted with such noted FantasyTommyyear the leading stars of the trot The get of this great hone also hold the records for yearling twoyearold and thrce yearold trotters weightwithfourounce shoe in front and behind and is quite a handsome horse Will stand at 1500 to insure a living colt aprS2mnB H NEALE NEW = 99 = Ma11Paper I In all the new rich colorings special l1arkI 1a- k2as D ac On up in price to the fine Pressed Papers Xo use to waste your valuable time looking at small sample books of old style job papers We hare a number of experienced Paper Hangers W e tae So More + + + + t+ + ++ t+for hanging than those who cut up and otherwise destroy yonr paper New Window Shades Mounted on Spring Rollers fix tpres complete ready to hang from lOc on up in price GBM WILtGING 205 7 SiB ITaEE- TItICHMOND KY Wall Paper Window Shades Paints Oils t alwaythe In1EXPERIENCE I PATENTS TRADE MARKS DESIGNSrTTIAnyone sending a sketch and description may quickly ascertain our opinion free whetbe an invention Is probably patentahleCommunl trans ttnctlrconOden ilancibookon Patents ecnrtniMwtenuPatentsspecial notice without coarse In the Scientific American A handiomelr Hlnstrntwl weekly fareest cit relation ot any edenuno Journal Terns t1 a ear four months Sold bjall newsdealers UNN CO3618ssy New York Branch oacc CS F 8U Washington D 2327 SttEIt 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 o lid this ad and wawfll SEND US ONE DDlU Iin5routhIabmr12ib- Ds5 pUT kigb1M a13ITOE UO erova fcj rclsht COrx nbjrrt to uamlDAon- bamin It al =vovr trelgb depot and if found perfect ly utltuetorr- U e X TTMM- tOn ions you ever saw or hemrd rrhef-IIr1i1lT sPttIAL ruin a 51100 fACME I BIRD ItM tk wpiwronoen DIn FREE CATALOCUEdorad flith eham Thh ItOft oven 1- 0lfjizlhlL tOpiZl2XZ3 made from h pig Iron utra Urtrs Oat heavy linilfi s14 cr51 eilarge oTcn oven door lekelplaled ornanciitatlaiu end trlmmlmrj extra Urn deep tuU band- loIns lam SSannud bs 5 tuI a a4 and we furnish ran an nra errata mmkint It fect per s4 kan r WI listS 4 BUDIJG 6C1R1STU with every stove and joaranw oar delerr 10 or nIl roaditatloo Your local dwkrwould chary roaMS4X for such a lon the fnicbt u only snout h600IDuIIut 1000 AMm SEARS ROEBUCK ACOa CJCKaCOILL loan Kxkuk a mt riUj rt8 BIWl pr5600 EX ijT RJS AtB r LANDPhilip Bntledgo as Executor of James Butledge will sell publicly on tho premises 33 miles south of Win chester Ky on the Two Mile road near Flanagan Station on tho L N Railroad on Tnurd 2011tf7 J JamesRntledgesisting of 35O ACRESS- aid land is in Two Tracts one con taining about 103 acres lying on tine thebaiaaeetide of said road Tire farm is ue of the best in Clark county MaHiallbring in grass There is a lt9QlICand other Bceeseary inapCOVeamtt14 oa each lrct The trKie irill be 08eredlHJNI- IM1y and then M it whol tlie bid- accepted Which wilL jwoditce the moat money The terms of tbew1 ot land will be- aznxomumed on 1M day of the mole IBIL P k 4tt1i rTLEDEkr J ilIe j E 1 f tEA Iiu C 1000 Toffetcs S All f 4 C AQsellthe following prices 1 sc No 80 at 20e worth 40c No 40 it5c worth 30c 4 No 16 at lOc worth 20c V This is a chance that the ladies of Richmond rand Madison county will have to q t 0ThetfJV 3xc 1eaTm Is now open and we have new hats of all kinds v We invite inspection We are sh wing aU the Novelties of the season At prices that knocks 1k out v tc Our stock of SILK and SATINS V is than ever before We be pleased to show you what we have fWe are showing a choice line of Black Press Goods at 151 202535 50 05 The 100 SI 25 and 200 per yard Lace Curtains 3Jc per pair up eDotted Swiss Sc per yd up new Curtain goods Window Shades complete 10 to roc FI1Carpets 8Jc to S125 per yd 12J to 2ic per yd Lunch Baskets 10 14 and 19ct Childrens Baskets 5 and lOc Silk competition larger Clothing Department xShoes have prettiest 4j000rstockofNotiormsanti aware what Welts Laces Embroideries tStock largest Price lowest lDaby 45710andlic toibuyHor not Respectfully sub 1V mitled to cash trade r t IiI urn LOED J J a- 7I 7I 7f7F 7- 74SAy 71 7t1 You tell your folks that when need ofany fthing the llardwaieTinware Stove line not stop until they get the Old Reliable House SHACKELFORD vjj I CO now buying for ttc And receiving the Largest and Most Complete F Stock for the Springtrade that ever came Richmond They have had lifetime exper ffi ience the hardware business and they think they know the peoples wants They are pre 0pared to sell you anything the hardware line JX for less money than you get the same goods ffianywhere Now when you not trading with just keep your hand your rabbit foot and your eye peeled for hoodoos 7 D1 B1LELP RD MP MAIN STREET RICHMOND KY 7I 7f M 7I Receivers Notice MA1lPUnscanadditional Ull COLYEB- aptf iw Receiver Plant AMANUBIAH TEA cures Dyspep Con tipation and Indigestion Regulates Liver Price WG Bolts Ribbon 1teT 3will o Our is complete f Wo time is complete See n buy3Seeat 9 to 25e andIOur and 1 S the talk of tho town N tine the J k r Bibs 3 5 in in oi to to of D B They are I I to i a in in a can tare on y ANY M 4I I F cost sin the 25 eta are By an old Wanted gardner SituationIwages to right man Miller at this Wanted r To buy all dead cattle bothn the city Jand county and will rbniove all dead IHeadquartersy I Advance Advertisement III WATCH THIS EVERY WEEKNext week Ladies Fleecedlined Hose worth 20cts for lOcts 12 Torsholi Lace foi4c Bargains this week in table linen napkins andvcounter panes The Maine Comrriission Co Dry Goods Notions and other articles Re member the name when in doubta TflOSflEIfiflEN Manager COB MAIN AND CHEAPSIDE nov23ly RICHMOND KY SEND OME DOLLAR JJw e Mse s4 ta SCtiGt Jr av S 5 ase5piIt1aeAHATMasIs SUISe TK AMKIT MtMM iamtuw aait ou PECIAL PRlCEs9Qratt amiai iISLSV Mat wila WE MAkE This TOP CGYj flodamaut4 a U1trsted or Brewsr Me Sat 1IIplant Oa swsd Ri Smevin Pmsst Tp oe fai1 PAbber aeegLd l d5 sdbsk sso1aisibnQeae I 7 usa work 5O4YbiC ieveark srsa UwU ILU Ii I IaI1rEw I 1ULi v PRICES ara f 0 1aS JJt tats if lm l r n A FEW EYE OPENERS t Having bought in large quantities we are in a position to quote the following 4 t LOW PRICES t all solid Oxfords Dongola or common sense to 8 EE price 41 00 worth H 25 t 90Ludie300TdILadies Vic Jd tan heel kid Coin tao sizo 2 to 1 E prico 175 2 2S Ltdicb Kill in or spring heellnce or button kid or patent tilf to 8 Ii ot F I worth 1 752 CO 4 50MensMens Black or Tan Vici In all styles congrese 6 to 11 D E and EE i 3 Do worth 3 50 Mens Black or Tan or all styles size Jl E EEl 2 00 worth 2 O Dt1t a CowpXefo SAXVS 01 t 4 RICE ARNOLDSuccessors WALLACE RICE 4 I fi ARE SOLE AGENTS FOR THE BOYS AND MISSES IWE BLACK CAT LEATHER STOCKINGS OUR SPRING GREETING I To our many customers of the past season we patronageTotial waya way that is certain to interest all who want to save moneywe offer for SPRING AND SUMMER THE STRONGEST MOST DEPENDABLE AND FASHIONABLE LINE of MENS AND BO YS CLOTHING that everbeen seen in this city and at muchlower prices than elsewhere You do not have to be an expert to trade at this store judgmentbackAnother great feature that makes choosing easy is our large and exclusive assortment Our statements are not mere says 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 entitled to your patronage we can easily prove if you will our store a visit An inspection is all we ask Our highgrade qualities and low prices do the convi- ncingGOVINGTON MITCHELL wounds burnt sprains antI bruists quickly hoal you apply J5al lards Snow Liniment Trice 25cti and 50cts Perry Thomas apr The German people spend 1000000 lilly for liquors very ILndiei leather Kid Call sizeS taco spring worth Vici heel JaibrVici Calf anti to has pay Digestos stamped on every one of those wonder ful little tablets that euro ia in all its forms 25c at all druggists Paris is to hays electric underground railways I I r KIYX XX X ONlY A fW = DAYS lUNGER a OneFourth Off Clearing Sale I I will last II By th foreiQek ifyOU1a11tt11e I Ibenefit of the OneEourth I OFFOn all Heavy Goods such as Suits Overcoats Shoes Un- derrear Hats c mH J STRENjJ The Clothier TIle Skor The X1ter The fwl c 3 tt a ts etts tatFINE SHOES The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY APRIL 19 1899 Dr Hobson Dentist Proctor Knott CljarI Centre vs 0 U Mrs Elihu BiggerstalT is very ill near Rod 1IonsiHon P Watt Hardin epeaks at Winchester next Monday The Richmond and Beattyville Railroad is to be sold again Some how it wont stay sold Georgetown TimesnMissr Tempie Oldham will close cheap lier small line of ladies handker chiefs underwear and hosiery Come at once Sheriff Colycr has settled with the stockholders of the Silver Creek Menelaus Moran Scales Turnpike Co for 67097 Mr L man Parrish has resumed tima livery business having bought back tho outfit from the administrators of the late Austin B Stone Have you seen the restaurant and fruit store of A Dinelle next door toYold Post Office Ico Cream and water and fruits of all kindsSCentre and C Umeet on the bloody arena hero Saturday and if the weather is good a large crowd will welcome Glovannolls Martyrs It is reported that Columbus Cox wife and daughter residing at Panola are in a critical condition from milk poisoning due it is thought to cows eatIng weeds The marriage of ill r J Samuel Claunt of Lexington mid Miss Nora bWednesdaychurch this city The always reliabltCuplodate nud accommodating shoe firm of Rice Arnold have cut the tops off their pri ces and haye printed the figures in their ad te dayaWhen you see a mad these spring days carrying home a hoe a spade a gardenforkand a rake that is a sign that his wire will soon be wearing blisters on her hands Miss Tempio Oldhams millinoi store is a bee hive of industry and an art emporium when it comes to ladles fashionable headgear Call and see her fashionable pattern hats Chairman J B Chenault has called a meeting of the county committee to decide the method of selecting a candi date for the legislature Messrs Williams and Combs are announced candi dates Farmers around Red House are getting along nicely with their corn planting E vie Dozier has planted 25 acre Mooie Brothers 55 and Ike Forbes 30 Thegrowingcropof wheat is looking well A deliuhtftil event will ho the Lul laby Concert given by some of our most lalcnted musicians on tho oven ing of May 5 at the Temple Tho pro gramme will consist of National Slumber Songs in costume piano and mando lin niusicCandy Pulling at Kingston The Bessie Fnrra Mission Hand will give a cnndy pullinr at the Kingston High School Building next Saturday night Public cordially invited Lest Between Richmond ancl Mobcrley Motnlay April 10 a blue clay worsted vest size 16 Liberal reward will be orJTcsEOLost In tire government building Satur day last au opened envelope contain 1ng10 Liberal reward vlll bo pak for return of same to Mrs Sarah Nu gent Box 88 Richmond Ky Pocket Book Lost On Wednesday last on Urn K C train or in Richirond a red morocco gentlemans pocket book containing letters addressed to J M D finder will bo suitably rewarded if letters and purse are left with Postmaster Willis No questions will be asked Looks a Winner Hon John B Chenault of Richmond candidate for State Auditor was here Tuesday in the interest of his can didacy He is a fine looking genial gentleman a splendid mixer like a winner He marie antllook8II friendshereJuckson UusUerIRosa Buds Tho Rose Bud isJ sued neat invitations to Us first hop to be given Friday night April 21 at Mu sic Hall Ford Ky First and second prizes will be offered for brat dancers Owen Walkers band will be there A number from this city will attend amon them tho second Henry of Navarre At Tho Proper Time This office feels very kindly toward Mr Joe Oldham for being the first gentleman to herd our notice to pros pectivo candidates accordingly bo brought in the required f 100 to for this notice that At The Proper4inie ho Kill announce for Assessor isnljecf to tho act ion of the Democratic He lisa been too faithful nwbrker to have his claims turned down without csWsratiou r Waatsd Reliable Salesman to sell the best JandNo samples or deposit required Ad dress 926 Majestic Building Detroit Mich Mr Chaneys Appointment J V Chancy in addition to fils duties as of the Hurst Home Jppintmenttual Reserve Lifo Insurance Co with twelve counties for his territory A Place to go For luscious bananas ripe apples colt ice creamsoda water fresh cakec ice candies tobacco and cigars go to A Dinelle next door to old Post Office Restaurant open day and night aprlOom Broke His Leg Jeptha sixyearold son of Mr Shelby Jett of Doylesvllle fell off a fence on Monday last and broke his j1Thesoldier and is getting along nicely liarrcd Plymouth ItocltTwenty years a breeder of this one valiety stock better than ever before Roosters from E IL Thompson New ork Eggs 16 to 1 setting MBS M F AKHUCKJE ilver Crpek Madison Co Ky iuS3m Fiscal Court ltteetinqtThe May term of the Fiscal Court will convene on the first Tuesday in May County Attorney Hon J Tevls Cobb asks all parties with claims against the county to have them ready for presentation and prompt payment will be made Will Raise Tobacco Messrs Clark and Bush Rice of Meadow Brook have sold their 1893 to acco crop to Louisvillejparties They in three acres and received 00 per acre Teey will have twelve acres this year They claim that this better than raising corn at 150 per barrel Fashionable Dressmakerm Madame BoulanderUamilton the accomplished dressmaker had no trouble in secnringsufficieht orders here to put her full force ot seamstresses at work Mme Hamilton has rooms opposite tho post office arid asks that the CLIMAX notify the ladies of her ability to do the fineetwork Wiley Acquitted James Wiley who surrendered rer fatally shooting Thos Murphy near Syloain church on April 9 was acquit ted at his examining trial before act ing Judge Turpin on Monday Self defense was plainly established How ever Wiley and his friend Burton were fined 25 each and sent to jail for carrying concealed weapons The Odd Fellows to Celebrate Here The Madison Ledge I 0 0 F No 14 will duly celebrate the eightieth an nifersary of tho order in this city on Wednesday next April 26 at tho courthouse at 8 p in There will be two public addresses free to all delivered by Hon Jess T Gosiiell Leitchfield and Rev T S Hubert of this city The public is cordially invited to attend 0 Capl Thorpe Resigns Capt Thos Thorpe has reiijned as Deputv County Clerk and line been succeeded by Mr Henry White son of County Clerk John F White Air Thorpe has been in the office both as Clerk or Deputy Clerk fur many years and knew the business perfectly sat that ho will be missed from the place that has known him so favorably and long Final Debate at Oanville The final debate in intercollegiate series for this year willDQ held in Danville early in Way between Centre College and Central University Cen tre College Is to submit tho question and Central University will have the choice of sides Herbert Bronner and Nat Lafon will represent Centre Col lege while C U will be supported by Messrs Tadlock and Abbott Death Soon Claimed Him Also Dee Goodlet a young man who attended the late Ausiu Stone at the time of his death to weeks ago was laid low by the same disease on Wed nesday night last He was in good health at the time of Mr Ballnrds supposedtlnitdeparture of his friend Deceased was ouiy about eighteen years of age and was a brother of Mr Theodore Goodlet The Will ughllJC8mlJs Tragedy A very deplorable affair was that between Dr It B Combe and Charles Willoushby at College Hill last Wed nesday whereby Dr Combs was badly beaten on the head and Willoughby received a pistol wound from which lie died two days later It Is not thought that Dr Combs skull is fractured though the cuts from the axhelve ex tend to the bone and if erysipelas does not set up he will recover The trouble dates back to last December when Dr Combs and Mr Willoughby had u serio ona misunderstanding The affair had been amicably settled it was under stood but unfortunately the matter was revived with the above result Dr Combs Is a prominent physician in his locality and is a brother of Jan W W Combs Mr Wiliouhbvtf s widtly connected and1 besides a wife ietiessovera1 brothers It was believed esteu lay that BT Combs whom COB dition Lila physickui 3 r Harris pp Haunted unsafe toaljw Ida to be niovfedjEt will ftSve ifoad MJlII Jp t o Si j i WE HAYE PLENTY OF COAL i ordersSKnot arid Straight Creek Goals can not be ex i celled We also handle Hay Corn etc Tele phone 21 near R N I B Depot Terms Strictly Cash Neff Williams SA KnoUIA Cuban Relic Mr J G Dunn of Paint Lick was presented by a soldier of tile U S 2d Infy Hegulnrg with a bayonet such as used on the modern rifles now in use n the army The bayonet is really a bowio knife aas fromamong a lot that had been used in tire Santiago battle The blood on tire blade is ts dark as a Spaniards complexion and Mr Dunn was told that it was tile genuine gore of a Don The State Bicycle Coavention We trust that our citizens will suffi appreciate the Biuiiicance ol im coming meeting of the State Bicycle Clubs to be held in Richmond sometime in June to encourage the local committees who are engaged in the success of the affair It is distaste ful to refer to the material benefits that accrue to every city whore these annual State Meets take place bnt it may be necessary to do so to convince some persons that it is to their interest to co operate with onr boys and see that the visitors are properly treated The only expense probably to our citizens will bo in the way of premiums and to furnish them a nice fund must be raised by subscription Dont turn the gen tlemanly beggars from your door be they will bring thither several hundred visiting bicyclists who will remain in our midst three days and of course scatter ten times as much money here as we may contribute to the success of tIre ra- cesHoods PillsDo not grIpe nor Irritate the alimen tary canal They act gently yet promptly cleanse effectually and Give ComfortSold by all druggists 25 cents God will sprinkle sunshine in the trail of every cloud Riley Many peoplesnrrer untold tortures from of the popular im pression that they can not be cured fablers Buckeye Pile Ointment will cure them It has met with absolute OUCCCSP Price SOcts in bottles tubes 75cts Perry Thomas apr5m Spin exported 3000000 pounds of the United States last year anllleartrpeoplohess and lassitude The dispel this feeling take Herbine ft will impart vigor ami vitality Price60 eta Perrv Thomas nprolm At the present time twothirds of the quinine used is produced in Java ItbrumatisH Cured My wife tins used Chamberlains Pain Balm for rhuematism with great relief splendIdlinimenthousehold use for which we have fonnd It valuable W J Cnyler Red Creek New Yrk Mr Cuvler is OnA of leading mer chants of this vilage and one of the vIcinityVHerald For Sale by Perry Thomas apr5lm More messages are sent by wire in the United States than in any other country Mothers Beware of those secret rob bersof your babys quiet and health Those sleepless nighto and long hours of tiresome vigil are caused those terrible enemies of chuldhoodworms- Destroy and remove them with Whites Cream Vermifuge Price 25 cents Perry Thomas aprolm The Court of Appeals decided that the local option election at Harrods burgwas valid Did You Get up Wreng Take a dose of Dr Bells PineTar Honoy It will relieve the discomfort- Ing cold or cough and you to feel good all day It exhilarates the lungs and soothes tIm bronchials The only stores in Pekin that have glass windows are those of the watch maker Those horrid fits of depression melancholy low spirits and sudden ir ritability that sometimes afflict even goodtempered people is lIne to the blood being permeated with black bile HerbJne will purity the blood restore health and cheerfulness Price fiOctr Perry Thomas apr5lui Prairie fire are burning over hun dreds of square miles of grazing land in Colorado After Exposure he TIM CcId or wet take a dose of Dr Bells Pine TarHoney and fortify yourself against cold This is one of the most efficacious remedies known to rionce for coughs colds and incipient consumption One boy isc1land five others crlt Ically ill as the result of eating wiM parsnip Iri Ohio Whtas YY41r11wIet Clt3 o feel raw stlrough nothing gives such prompt anti effectual relief as Dr eWsPJIlelrU + A wonderful ron1chiRI 1 HR1JAEIAIN TUEBusy Bee CashStores Bargains Shrivel up Competiton Their SPRING ANNOUNCEMENTS meet the coolest shrewd deliveryappoint They are always better than expectation See the tempting list below yardTobaccoyardGood12cyardGoodyardCottonadeBeet New York mills Camlet Jeans We yard yardBest yardFine 3ocNice eachIiiicJpairOur SpecialPriceswill go very fast at prices named SuitingsSilkthe largest dry goods importing houses in the East it will you to look at them In our Ready to Wear Department we are showing beautiful line of Ladies Silk and Woolen Skirts Shirt Waists Muslin Underwear Bonnets etc Our Hot Bargain prices prevail in this Department See Our Line of Lace Curtains o CDotMattings Oilcloths Curtain Poles Trunks Valises etc We are showing the largest assortment of these goods to be seen this side of the large cities j Our Hot Bargain prices are a guar antee for their cheapness We Have Just Received selling showing Trimmings theytheGet Our Hot Bargain Prices on All Kinds Hosiery We have placed sale Red Hottest line Clothing shown in this citYllWe carry everything favor this sea son in this department Get our Bargain Prices this line befor purchasing elsewhere Respectfully W D OLDHAI COMPANY RICHMOND STERLING AND GEORGETOWN 7Z TT + + 1 PUSHING AHEAD WITH VIM AND VIGOR fl 4Offering the newest Spring Goods of Surpassing Quality Style and Ele gance es show plain1 theres MONEY TO BE SA VBDX n j t buying your Ladies and Mens Fine Footwear find Gents Furnishing dlGoods from Every department is complete and we take pleasure showing you through M Our Aim isyou1r Satisfaction Ca a 5 s nIT n1 T I t + DOUGLAS BRIGHT COMPANY WEST MAIN STREETI4lE4 ++4H H HfiDI + H + H 4 I Example is letter Than Precept Those sententious proverbs or old saws which are need ns prefixes to all of the Hood fcarsaparilla in of pajiera throughout country ure evidence of a now and orignal of di1laysilvertijiig both ve firm is to be congratulated on so cleverly adapting such wisdom as has filtered down through centuries Another charming thing about this Hood adver rising w unique type they are using Safeblowers indp a fair haul at Chrlstianelmrpr I waa rciuiinj all advertisement of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and In the Worcester Enterprise recently which leads me to write thin lean tr tbfuHyssy Inewr used any remedy squat to it for colic and diarrhoea I have never hail to use morn than one ir two doses to cure worst case whliilmywH or children WAr Strowl looiriko City For sale hv Parry AjThomas apr5lUi Fur posal cjwd lHe1 S ajug e2 000 teas ol p4 afl4Iy PIaIftrClJj AtN OJL Rlte1l- B1tJaS1 nnl oe4 eento IMmnwWG Cl 0 I April Showers Wash away the filth and waste that have accumulated during winter In like manner Hoods Sarsaparilla expels from the blood impurities that- have been deposited during thejeason peraplratlol1aand in Impure vitiated air It is a boon to tired mothers housekeepers teachers and others who spend their indoors It gives the blood richness unit ty fitting It to nourish anti strengthen the nerves muscles nil the great springtnnniirsIt is tho best medicine can buy for all diseases caused by impure or impoverished blood Yon begiiHaUInj it today apr5lm of the sowing machInes ufed throughout the world are made is the United States WhfH TravcllHg Whether on pleasure bent or business- takspii trip a of Iyru of jfign M ita ts LplcllMntlyaad or Metllyon kidneys liver anti V fls iie cluing fever ltft feMna of cirknws 11e IfAltlnliIdrw 00 c 0 Ahl wool Dress Goods 36 inch wide stylish ard V Our Clover Leaf Damask Towels are now only 10 cents of pay And put on sale a fresh lot of Cassino But termilk Toilet Soap a cake the best Toilet Soap used We are nice Toilet Soap at lc a cake We are all the new things in Ribbons New Dress New Laces and new Hambergs Try a pair of on the of ever in Hot on INN MT t lm I71 71 71 SZ that L II 71 B us will in 1 207 75 advertising thousands the style pleasing Diarrhoea Remedy the Md care iiq 25 and thins vitali and money Kilictenths every bottle the headaches price 8c Tu tUft a Via in Ole Hay Take Laxative Bromo Qninino Tablets All druggists refund money if it failr o cure 25c The genuine tins L B Q on each tablet novOCm It is said that 10000 persons in Lou don work all night A CaU In The Head is ono of the most distressing and this comforting of maladies It causes loss of slesp If neglected it terminates in that most obnoxious of all diseases catarrh of the head or throat Ur Bells HierTarHoney wilt cure it In one night All drugjtists Jtockefellers income is 40000 a day JrA wortl to the wise is 8Ufllcientatul A worth from the wise should blS sum clout but you ask who are tint wise those who know Tlp oft repoat H ex1 perlence of trustworthy peisonHwatf he taken for 15JloAle Mr W 31 Terr says ChsiwIierlMina Cough Rein edy gives better tefacliotj than any ithiur in the imwfcet Ito uris been iti Uijj drust bnlM 8 Jt Elkloi Kv forI twelve yKI j te lIItldtllmt1red8 of tlei f thU reaM iJyRd JIoeattta1I other coiithrlwlkinie IRAHloct which stw s coiveltjsively that Chamberlains ratK asest ib the people 4 alitrParry Ttetuat f IjI o Ur7 For coughs nrfd colds thf re is no medicine s i effective as Coussens remedyIriceThomas npr Ini DCS Moinc has women butchers CUQAN RELIEF euro PSanters concKenwlrnianJTooUiene In five mnuttiu orStnrnueh and Saauaer Complaiuu lrjcc 25 Cknts Sold by P rry Thomas Sacccsjor toW O White Riches perhaps do not so often produce crimes as incite accusers Johnson Tetter SaltKbeUra and Eczema The Intense itching and smarting Inc allayedbySHa Ointment Many very baa ascs have bees permanently cured by it It Is equally efficient for itching pilesend a favorite remedy for sore aiiiplra chapped haads chilblains frost bilos aadchronioareoyte23ctpcrbezr 1IrdeeHitIoaTtrInifnr neyj are not food tint q zathicitieriebeat bt use to trat a horse fat pciiM ecMMoH Fried 25 petrrhr Ii TI 1 1Pritslo i I u I WantedAn Idea =J1I Protect your Idpul th bring wealth Write JOhN WKUDEKUUBN ft Patent Attor cerII R1 N1B1 HIR Table No S3 Taking Effect Mon day May 2 1893 1st Class 2d C1u JTimeBOCOT No1 No3 No 8 Kx Sun Ex Sun Ex Hun 1A PM AM 22 S 82 5 30 MicholUTltle 02 785 8 48 Valley VIew 8 S 00 S 20 Million 41 8 13 8 O 58 8 SO 19 IS IRlchmond p M 1213 L 1000 Moberley 12 16 10 oi 12 80 10 2S 12 35 10 40 IDlUlsfield 1O iias N2N4-WT No 8 0 IK SOUND Bi SunEz Sun Ex Sun ExSun- IiiirirM AM Irvine 200 1165 Panola 225 i 105 Drafleldm 2BO J 130- Moberley 2 4t 145 Union 247 Richmond 6 08 3 15 2 1- 5Million620 330 300 Vall Vim f lit 3 5 3 Nlcholasrllle 6 4 10 4 30 Venalll 7 50 I 00 610 AM PJM PM p ai All trains connect with Louisville Southern train to and from LoikdflleSAll trains connect with C N O T P trains to and Irom CincinnatiJ Train Dispatcher- W H ADAMS Superintendent WantedAn Idea of Vboesntblnk aomeulmpIO tbbg to patent Protect yovr way brtnzrou wealth 8EWDbWrite CO Patent Atte Beys Washington D C for their 11EU offer anti lIst ot two liuadretl larontlont wanted SDR CALDWELLSN rr iil1a1 iit iI1In Effect December 5 1898 DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY pm am pm pm 2 00 6 80 Lve llichraond Ar Q 7 20 245 7 09 Winchester 42 618- S 45 Maysvillo 830 644 939 Paris 840 510 617 126 Georgetown 750 428 71 M Ar Frankfott Lye 7 00 340- Ask lor tickets viaParisJNEWTON OPA hcc1 nn nio ily- Time of Trains at Winchester Ky WEST BOUND Mt Sterling and Lexington Accom 6 55 am Eastern Bxpresa for Louisville 7 30 am pmYorkKA8T BOUND Lexington and Morehead Accom 915 am New Limited F F VIt68 am Lexingtoh and Mt Sterling Accom 6 30 pm Washington llxprectspusAccommodatfon trains run daily except SUn dailyThyoughMeplngand car service Ne York Per information rates orsleepcrrcservations can on or write K HOOD Agent LNBy Richmond Ky or GEORGE W BARNBY D A C O Ry Lexington Ky EASIER THAN EVER The present schedule of Illinois Central Railroad In addition to shortening the time to Memphis and New Orleans has made It Easler Than Ever to reach all points in Arkansas Texas Mexico Arizona and California The I1Ilnolontral8Limited is equipped makes it Easier Than liTer to take a trip to the above mentioned territory The Central Is tho only lino which runs Free Reclining Chair Carsand Vestlballed trains weeklyPuIlmn 2SpmMrNewOrleanslrlday145pmLn Arr Houston Saturday s 45am 4SpmMr2OpmArrTin u Tit Tm Whiter Boats Ii Cilibnii t tothenrunioate with R II Fowler Traveling Passen gar Agent Louisville Ky WM ALFOBD Knunap A O P A A n HANSON 0 P A Lonlsville Ky Chicago dcc29ly SOUTHERN RftILWfY IN KENTUCKY iSchedule in effect Do 18 1808 EABTBOHNIk Nat NaS N i7iSPiii7r1I5OpmArAr LexInKton KX45am 045pm 1035pm wU5T8U2cD No6 Na 2 NLv Lvxmmoa 730am 45pm slam rraatAr63amArObservationington EASTUOUNtt WESTBOCXn No Nn1CTh1rinNL INoTlilNoTu iiifrrplhlWUlTDoli No 15 tNob7l STATIONS INa 10ltNo6g pmitpmJJ1 EASTJIOUNIX WESTBOUND hi No 11 No 61 STATIONS ItNo 6 tNo i 73rpmtTOSpm Ar Nlchlvill Ar KMam 355pm t1J3pm 805pm Ar Klchmnd Lv 606am 300pm Ar Irvine Lv L30pm 3k745pmArAr flnoxvilleittipm 745am llSprniAr Jacksonvlllo 000am i Ar Chattanooga t2SSpm 645am- Ar Atlanta l0lOam 1150am 2Zpmj610pm 655am Ar IHrmlncbsm iao5pm 1130am pmATTrain NO ClnelnnatL Florida k Havana PullpMacoa and Jacktionrille connects at Lextcs carcteyflie nnd Lexington Oaservnton Chair care olejI Train No 3 carries Iullrcan Sleeping ear be firmingrr tcnto Jacksonville via Ashevllla and SaTan nah also via Chattanootra and t1nntL No change Pee Chair cars Lezinirtna to Cbatujioova Jee ln Lexington toNow OilcanstDalljrczccptSunday Jo TSwjrr PTJKy FsOAllnONkt laOSL TYo CULPT Ste n D C Washington DOL WATVlt8O1A WM1LTATKAOJA L watct xiixr i An Excellent Combination The pleasant method nndTJcncficial remedySrnUICALIFORNIA Fiff SYRUP Co illustrate the value of obtaining the liquid laxa tive principles of plants known to be presentingthemtaste and acceptable to the system Itis the one perfect strengthening laxa effectuallydispelling gently yet promptly and enabling one to overcome habitual constipation per manently Its freedom from every objectionable quality and sub kidneysliver idtallaxativeIn the process of manufacturing figs are used as they arc pleasant to the taste but the medicinal qualities of the remedy are obtained from senna and other aromatic plants by a method known to the CALIFORNIA Fio SYRUP Co only In order to get its beneficial effects and to avoid imitations please remember the full name of the Company printed on the front of every package CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO SAN FRANCISCO CAL YForlanSl 135 ECONOMIST RANGES I j 3 Roofing Guttering and GeneralJob Work LADUE MITH 2I SDR CALDWELLSN ++++++++++++++4 ++ ++ + E t p 4 +++ + +++ + + + + + + t FOR t toctao + t acvttt tS tSixt panles In the United Btatea Losses paid + + promptly 1 ++ + 1In the Prndental you are offered the 4 4 best Life Insurance attainable and on + the most approved plans In Accident 4 4 Insurance Ye again rive the best We + 4vllI not transact business with irrcspon + 4 Bible companies + 26 Second Street tUpStllrs t+ le21y1 +++4 + + + t+ + + ++ Fer Sals Privately HOO I will otter for sale privately my House and Lot situated on the corner of North and 7th propertyTheble and other necessary outbuildings the lot contains about 90x90 will be reasonable for cubrWILLIAM ENGLISH nov9tf RIchmond Ky w REGEIfEROCOMPLETE i BLISS rThe Great is Lost 7 Mkcsth Well Stroll FRgNCXX jjpIn now nlihln IIV rene or rtcry Anirrlcan U dots trtiitinetit U positively guaranteed to cure the mst cwnpllcate cao of Nervous Debility quictAvfllir utc of t iiJEURO Yomi men will nv gain tliclr lost manhood ami OM lieu will morntheir Jocthful tsor Itlnrlsnraies and restores ufull life nod vigor nil SuOTcrcra from Seminal Weak npcs Impotency VnrlcoccI Siwrmattorhca Nightly Eiulslons Lost Brain nnJ Maculor Power Weak Memory Wakcfulncss Evil Drrann Despon Jency Lark of Coalklrnre ned nil ftTeris of wlf alntxr or soioal excess ansi Indlwrrilon whirl nunt1 for boslncm study or niiirrtap1 UEUKXCKO risytcurca mlotberl flrr Utat Is wliy the Plati jlnnr cnrncn hark to EltOCanl refthrClrcuidrt tree Address tho American once of B2SColumbusfsJuiIIIItlJA ThomasDmgglslBieptl- llywceeer Wilson Sewing Machine Rotary Motion add BaIl Bearings JDOOdXy j bi i I Heres Year Clurace See Extraordinary Offers fcy The Climax The CLUUt wants fivE liunroil new subscribers by the first of thenow year In order to reach this end some ex traordinary inducements will be made Until further notice tho following will Ibe offered to subscribers The CLIMAX and The Weekly Louisville Dispatch 125 The CLIMAX and the Home and Farm 130 a The CLIMAX and either the Cosmopolitan Munseys or McClure s 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 ThqjCLiMAX and OhioFarm 190The CLIMAX can also fur nish any paper published in the United States or Europe at reduced rates WHY TRUSTS ARE FORMED The hypocrisy ot the organs ol gold monopoly in denouncing trusts mocks the intelligence of the people The in dustrial trusts grow out of contractions of the volume of money to gold alone Inasmuch as the volume of money in circulation and the property for sale are reciprocally the supply and demand of each other economists agree that a sihrnking volume oL money for ces down tim general range of prices Persons engaged in any particular manufacturing or other industrial pur suit feed themselves embarrassed by a constant shrinkage of the value of theyIsave themselves from ruin The only available means at their command to resist the effects of falling prices is to unite with all others engaged in the same pursuit and thus monopolizo the product fix the price and save them selves from loss Whenall business enterprises are consolidated to resist the baneful effects of the single gold standard it is probable that nbout five per cent of the people will flourish in the gold oligarchy and its subordinate trusts The ninetyfive per cent who are outside of these great combinations may not all become beggars but they will be impoverished and will be compelled to serve the few in order to be hallowedfrom the tables of the rich NationaI Watchman LEAP YEAR This Account Says it Will be a Thing Un known After The Year 2700 Within eight more centuries leap year will have beome a relic of tho present time By that time the extra 11 days lost to make up the changes from the old Julian calendar to that of the present day will alt have been duly accounted for and the world will run round in just 365 days and no more The ladies of the coming cen turv will Be forced to devise some other scheme for forcing tho unwilling swain to take a wife Nineteen bun tired while one of the even years ending n quartette will not be a leap year simply bemuse inarranging tho dates it was purposely left out says the Cin cinnati Enquirer againInmany of those who see 1000 who will see 2000 the latter year ending a fourth century will be a leap year In this way three days are retrenched in four centuries and the remaining seven days will be made up in a little over 800 years After that calendar years will be like solar years and errors in calculation of time will arhoeandsprobably the mathematicians of the centuries hence will be so expert in handling figures and making calcula tIniiplacea Washington business woman one da lately and I took with me a 1afd whose home was somewhere near One day she came to me and asked for a daysleave I asked her where she was going and she very proudly drew from her pocket a sheet of paper on which was written with a superabundance of flourishes Miss Selina Jackson re spectfully requests the honor of your company at the funeral of Miss Amanda Juliana Jackson Friday morning at ten A M Compliments of the corpse The Times Tattler answers a query ts follows The wearing of a short bicycle skirt depends for effect upon the make up of the wearer If yon cannot head sheep In a lane and your underpinning looks like a capital 0 in perspective shun the short skirt nnd use lead weights In windy weather Some men am scared mighty easy startsouthis business life his health has a world todo with his success When a young manapplies to a business man for a position hispersonal appearance has a to do with doesnotexterior cleanliness alone A young man willmaketheekkublood The blood becomes impure because ofreceivingofIndigestionGoldenMedicajdisorders of this description isjhatjt goes auappttilealldisorderselementsofliver It purifies and enriches the blood activeItofbOdy 1tiidIliad eczema In its worst ibrmVirrttes Hunt4ndcnCokIscJe4s4bredeobat5ly cr tIJ a toj liiili tc HaieYou near W it You may have heard about COTTS EMULSIpN and iea vague that it iscodliver oil with its bad taste and smell and all its other repulsive Tea tures It is codliver oilthe purest and the best in the world but made scpalata ble that almost everybody 11more EMULS0N looks like cream it nour ishes the wasted body of the baby child or adult better than cream or any other food in existence It bears about the same relation to other emulsions that youhavewith other socalled just as good preparations you will find that this is a fact The Tiypophosphite that are combined with the codliver oil give additional vaIu to it became they tone up the nervous system and impart Strength to tho whole body soc aliJregisBONhemistsSewYr SCOTT i k STOPS HIS HEART Frank G Gandall gavean oxbibi bition last week of whafhe could do with his heart in Dr P r Masons office at 1C3 State street Ghicagor Hti started in by increasing the number of beats Shes jurhpetl 10 beats 00 now whispered Dr Mason with a glance at his watch One hundred 120 and 138 he wont on for the benefit of his hearers The patients eye were half closed by this time and tho veins on is forehead were bulging to bursting point His neck worlred convulsively and little gasps not ot pain however escaped from his parted lips That will do said the physician I cant count Jhem any faster than that Its 108 now ThetrIiesliowod he could stop the beating of his heart entirely Is It beating more sliJwly he asked soon after f A little oer 20 a minute approxi mately said Dr Abbott witha look of wonder on his face and curiosity in his gaze By the doctors watch the throbbing of the heart censed entirely for 20 seconds At the expiration of this time it resumed its normal func tionsLouisviJe Post A Frightful jJldniler Will often cause a horrible Burn Scald Cut or Bruise Buckletis Arnica Salve tho best in the world will kill the pain aid promptly heal it Cures Old Sores Fever Sores Ulcers Boils Felons Corns all Skin Eruptions Best Pile cute on earth Only 25 cts a box Cure guaranteed Sold by Perry Thomas Druggist 1 STATE C E CONVENTION Will be Held at Madisonvillc Ky May 19 to 21 1899 Tho citizens of tTiaTiibspHabie city re making great preparations for the entertainment ofthe NInfh1Stat QE ConventionS They are enthusiastic This conVentioiKwill be the best tho State Tins vet had The program is b most complete ever furnished Such men as WilliamT Ellis Philadelphia Pa James Lewis Howe Lex ington Va ZT Sweeney formerly oRichmond Va and William Shaw Boston Mass as well as some of the most finished speakers of our own State have been secured for addresses E O Excell will conduct the music JIadisonville extends a cordiaHnvi tation entertainment free livery member of all the Young Peoples Sor cieties of the State should attend this convention it will be a spiritual feast Clemency with extended on Thurs day afternoon by Gov Bradley in tho case of W8 Lloyd Henry HallH Clay Mclvcc and Walter Harper slid Montgomery county charged wJthllet ting on elections in J895 by which they won i00 The Governor gave thoJoI lowing reasohsfor hjs action No steps have been taken 11alnst any of the on elections In Mont2omery1counfy except the applicants A suit wasdirbuglit agaiiibt them by the persons claiming ttfbavo lost the money in which the pclitjoh ers were successful and another has been brought by the Commonwealth on the forfeiture The said forfeiture is now remitted and tho applicants granted a pardon CourierJdurjial Thunder and lightning though nat ural operations are a cause ofvgreat alarm to many JLt is Seldom tiny per lo14SPpsjhwaYfOmoonsidern avoids immediate xoutact with the walls of tho house The middle of the room is in general perfectly safe and the lower rooms are safer than the np per A lied removedat n slight distance from the room is iu perfect security even if the house were struck When lead Is used on the roofs of build ings particular Care should be taken that it communicates with tIle spouts and by these means with the ground To determine the distance ot the light ning count the seconds between the flash and the thunder and reckon less than a quarter of a milo for every see Ofld NewTfork Ledger A discouraged editor asks tire follow ing question If Bob Ingersoll in sists Hiat there is no hell will hjSstate what becomes of iho man who tdkes a paper for three or four years without paying font and then tells the posts master he tloes not want ft Allocliester If Y ron has offered TiOOOpasiaweddinij gift to the man who wIllN nbiS a toii hand The only CotirdftldryjtB iffcl tbijmau iaiost 13 anti indus tribus Thgk1innnlyt9hlld and the old maaj w OOWJMitsfe iIMshdy O L 0I0 I rf Il 4jP7 Caunljlc urt1iiays ParisrBburbon county first Mohaay Bicbmond3ladison cpuntyfirst Mon day Lexington Fayette county second Monday s Stanford Lincoln county second Mon day frv Georgetown Scott county third Mon day 41 Danville Boyle countyythird Monday Nicholdavnie Jessamine county thin Monday Winchester Clark county fourth Monday Yerjailles woodford county fourth Monday Henry Kochlcr Company Lumber dealers of Louisville in v Itt correspondence with1liIl men whohave InrabeCjfor sale 1hoy buy Poplarand Hardwoods in mixed cars Dy or Green Write them aprWHn A lawyer was crossqnesjioning un Irish woman Zhipoint under inquiry jbUJR the relative position QftIO doorp Kifdows afrdso forth in a house in whjyh a certain transaction had occur rPlUhAnlluw my good voman tho lawyer Baidwill you bo good enough to tell the court how the stairs run in y repliedShurdown aiid yhlri Im downstairs they ruu pep A movement is pn footJo build an Electric Kailrolid from Lexington to Richmond by way of Clays Ferry and it is intended afterward to build it to Winchester and other neighboring towns The object is to divert trade to Lexington We already have ample facilities for reaching Lexington and as for the tradq our merchants can take care of iU Winchester Democrat The NOW York Tribune one of the strongest adminstration organs has repudiiUed Secretary Alger The pa per says A Iger is largely responsible for the terrible beef scandal and has inth enced the President to defend Eagan whoso sentence was unquestionably righteous and it further says the inter est of the party dmands that Alger get out Howard Gratz a veteran Kentucky editor advises women to carry pistols to protect their lives and honor Many of them do this anyhow Didnt the wife of a prominent Jackson lawyer once let go at an intruder on her premises and it had a salutary eiTher Jackson Hustler EsctpeTllhnldul Mrs Ada Er Hart of Groton S D Was taken with a bad cold which settled on my lungs cough sot in and finally terminated in Consumption Four Doctors gave mo up saying I could live but a short time I gave myself up to my Savior determined if I could not stay withmy friends on earth I would meet my absent ones above My husband was advised to get Dr Kings New Dis covery for Consumption Coughs Colds- I gave it atrial took in all eight bottles It has cured me and thank God I am saved and now a well and healthy woman Trial bottles free at Perry and Thomas Drug Store Regular size 50c and 00 guaranteed or price refunded 1 Cigars costing a sovereign about So each are regularly smoked by a few of Londons most extravagant set They are considerably larger than weeds of the usual size a1 dare imXde of tobacco which is absoutely without flaw What is undoubtedly the most ex pensive tomb ever erected for a private ndividual is hue sn ntliln erected In GrcoriivooTtiSCSineTdry Brooklyn to the memory of John Mackay tho California millionaire It cost over SWOjOOD i v Four sweet lips two pure souls one undying affection these are loves in gredieutsfor akissr Booeo He who wuuld pass his declining years with honor and comfort should when young remember that he may one day become old and remember when he is old that he has been once youllgAddiSOnS ho bullet which killed Lord Nelson at Trafalgar is still preserved It Is reposlSinThe Coliseum at Rome was built by Vespasian to accommodate 100000 spectators It cowers 51 acres and was 120 feet high Mans inhumanity to man makes countless thousands mourn Burns S555535ISfSesssesseesc tSe theIIEfI disease So are Backache men I I Strtotgafls If you suffer i symptomsI I lie in bed another hour or if there is a bad taste in toII mouth ando backiI bring about a sure cure The troubeII The trouble is in the menstrual FenltIeShealth and regulate the menses like clockwork nrstrautbofmTHE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO A7LAHTA GA 5SI AIL WOMEN Should know Witt the Time Remedy Is the best for Female Troabka COrrects nil IrregulllrtUes In Female Organs Should be taken for Chane of Ure and before QJ141IIr- tPlnlera Q4 Tine Rtllc4cs havo stood tile test for twenty years Made only by New Medlctne Co that tannoa Tennessee Perry Thomas druggists successors to W O WhIte decSlyr All druggIts sell Dr Kilos Nerve Plasters f CL aI1 IIi PLEASE TRYIi z CATHARTIO I u vtI Ring ont tto old Ring in the new Ring ont tho falsa Rlngln the truo i W Jg to you the new and true from the piney forests of Norway DR BELLS PineTarHoneyNatures science to Pleasant Permanent Positive Cure for coughs colds and all inflamed surfaces of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes The sore weary coughworn Lungs are exhila rated the microbebearing mucus is cut out the inflamedFIs no indination to cough BY ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS tSOLD 2Sc 50o and 100 Sizes GTIAMOSYEAESOLDdneVeTnsCd anInwear noes strong35 SL A Mctcallc Kr sale by Perry Thomas successors W Q White Charles E Douglas Geo D Simmons As good as it APPEARANCES ARE OFTEN DECEITFUL andthings that are showy many times prove to be worthless An article that is in daily use as a Cooking Range is must be Substantial and Reliable It should be the best to be had heQ 8D N STEEL R1N6 II IS THE BEST in Construction the Most Economical in the use of fuel and tho Most and Satisfactory in Operation that has yet been produced We have secured tIle exclusive for this line of Ranges and will be pleased to show them to you Sizes Styles and to suit everybody The Hardware louse DOUGLAS SIMMONS Hardware Stoves Tinware Plows and Plow Gears rows Cultivators Everything in the Farming Line- Blacksmith Supplies mchlly SEMDSBO MONEY lr l oulUDEItfoundridGaflTEST 50fserb miles njrwemed cute ttn4nl SttbtoM f310 1000 C1IOO ItOOudir iii Il34eserIbd Our Trt 5el t xa M Olatan IIUBDIOXLaBEWARE OF buoncern adOCrtiamenuTHE BURDICKb1ROfDlJIIURT I n u oHms KiUlUX WITS vaM S a C E S S S Z fl IS I CANDY I a to looks at U nn 4J Enr1nnge ur THE Jerfect agency Prices Cash Har anIIRLUBLXr5iAKiIciJ AlEKlCA rIICAS licy CABiNET hea44mplugfaseydreerheeoraled eadtnet finish finest nickel drawer pull rests on 4 cia stasislastswe aUloaatlc bobbin winder sdjastabie bearIngs patent tenston shaltpatenttmrmlrt led KIOKEL TBIB5SIED waeMt1M wanTon ran nm It and doeltbtrplafn or any kind of fancy work machineiTSourltorol r ells 000 p4000rti tnn h hnhUAddress SEARS ROE8UOK fie CO Inc b Chicago apr5 oi REPAIRING AND TIMEINO FINE A SPECIALTY WATOHESAll W rkiurMtMi LE LANE d= ELaR i OPTIOiA LL 2ND STREET RICMOND Ky Sell Your Hides AND U YOUR ii Seed potato at Th rQiu t1 t We pay the Highest andsell for the Lowest Prides on esirija rHUlAN GLOCEIY G- CbflMAli AND CImAPSTDE EIO1LD 1X IIft 9 iS i ALL i DRUGGISTS i tDIi43ttbgr ifitS AY JJ fi URNITURE ROM OURTEENTOIFTYFOVE 90 PER SET 1ihw Rockers 9 I11J Chiffoniers9 t1 Side Boards Lamp StandsS AfJ 9 Umbrella Racks9I Prarnes Etc Etc Etc 3 NEV1Cheap f Attractive WE ARE rilE OLD AND RELIABLE FIRM f BlGGfRSTArr OLOHAM DAY TELEPHONE 6 NI1UT TELEPHONE 67 1J 17tt JtJ eo ees eessQss ose nses8 sssssSe SauesOOe t r t eo IPPI CASH STORE I Ot eoo sS eoc On and after January 1st 1899 our 0 terms wULbe 08c Seoii SPG T EASH1 e 1 s 0 We have attempted to run our business by co 1electimy ournccounts the first of each month but ravebeeIV unable to m allsGZpromptly We are tiiefefpfq cpajpelied to sellOgrayeaipurgoods6c 00 0 0 the trade to do business with us- We have a I 9 0 nice line ofstaplo tad Fancy wrctar 1 cJOQacenswaro and Glacowarc Bc Give us a GO S cull examine our stock and get prices 00 eo gI0s LIIflIINQ1iie i g 0 g0 LLLIUJSc 2 WEST IAIN ST RrCHMOND I YOtas SS e5 5 5 ct w 0e eti6 1Ji4wiWHY I When DONS COMPLETE PilE CURE is gtihranteed tocureyou Jt is thdovryciii omiiicntDliy icSin no Xnifo I No Internipfion of Business The first treatment brings iiatncdiato relief I fitter JonSIRf raorclioistticli icbniand chief cf tho Chattanoojra Firo Department soyi ifAfter fII ot eufictln DOS XtlL1 hiMTIENrsisrco- Iffiltendcdto tnl TIll 11M ciCa bQ cuIciitJ n pcnTlan p fiptofbnnipgyaurwuiidcrful f Icrlsii Witli pilesS IiPrJcaSlJOO Prepakl to nD AlrcsH OONCflEltlICALcoMpWNYCliA1TANOOOA CURESPILE SS05117 r IjJtifi1i11