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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i r r r c TUERICUMOND CLILV1h rVOLUME 25RiCHMcNDliM Ct to 1 MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MAY 3 1899 h- Printsh0 01 NUMBER 48f 1 4444dItosk 1e DQ +H+ 1h- c Equlbh We issme Sosistj- OK THE UNITED STATES ++ iGRIGSBY HDNCEY General Agents ttEaterzz Kentucky THE DEST OF THEM ALL 1 1 ILIPPINCOTTSI numtxrBail entertaining reading matter Jfo ronttnnnA rtarlr trtitrh are eo objectionable to not reader It should be In every household Sub scription S3OO i er year whomthoJ B LIPPINCOrr COmA PnWlihen PHILADELPHIA PROFESSIONAL CARDS A lOPNEYS Rw MILLER ATTOBSKYATLAW HICUMOND KENTUCKY Office in the Unrnam Building next door to armors National Bank febSly S1TJlL ANJA AlTO RNEV ATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office over Taylors Hardware store op posite Court House on Main Street HOGG ATTORNEY AT LAW JtJnlMmm KENTUCKY Office No 13 First St up stairs i 3130 J 0 D M CHENAULT ATTORNEYS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chcn anlts grocery PHYSICIANS DRS GIBSON GIBSON 1IIYSICIAN AND SURGEON RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office in the Joe Ccilini building iS and to Sec ond Street over Wnue old dmcstore a CIIAS HOOKER TETERTNARY SURGEON Graduate Ontario Veterinary College Veterinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty n Otlcc up stairs over store recently iiccn by Richmond Harness Co East Main St Richmond Ky apr7ly U C JASLER M D Medicine and Surgery Oflice Collins Kuildinir MainStreet Telephone nt resilience the Carr pLice on llrondway RICHMOND KKKTOCKY W EVANS M D G PlIYSClAN AND SORQKON RICHMOND i E T C o DRTJ TAYLOR rractilionerinredicinetindSiiTgeryl RICHMOND KENTUCKY aaOfTicc and residence on Second Street DENTAL 5UBGEET 1T 1aeti Q1S0t r DBNTIlTt or IXJUlSVtLLK Ky egOnice next door to floTemraent Building UlchmSnil Ky Office hours 8 to 121 to inorlTly Four nice rooms for rent Call at DentalOffice of Dr Hob son next door to postofiice fit FRED SMITH DENtIST aoOffice over eotiln Ordcery imeimc lately occupied by Dr W W Burgln JnnlZly Dr Louis HLandman No 503 Wc t Ninth Street Cincinnati Ohio Hill be At the note Zlmmcr Richmond Ky on WEDNESDAY MY 10 1899 returning every second Wednesday o each month Reference erery physician of Rich mond Ky leblSly KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY UT ClftJTiftiitiCTiiaiiliw ERUIY BIBLE MEDICAL AND COM MERCIAL COLLEGES Tuition fir Uterar rr and Biblo Course 1ayear More than twenty teachers SJopJO gymnasium Thonsinda pf acceiisful alumni Social and moral reUa oof atadenta rpcrtre special attention o both sexes For catalogues address the President Jlj27tf lLLINm ETAL I AKgAflSAS TEXAS 1JjXICO AND CALIFORNIA IuUtvan Tonrlot Slocplnc Car leaves Lout yUle every Thursday night and runs through to San Franciacoi Ask yonr ticket asmat for parllculsrs or mite to B 11 owler1rellng Pissengere- nt1I4nitjlte4y1 Cars Lown lie Eo HeicphU and New Orledct A UANSON WM A KELLOflB G P A Chicago A OPALOAIiTU4C o 4j i 1v vij r CONTINUED FROM LAST WEE- K1JudgeTarviifsMaster1y THE D tt R DlNNIERI i Ef fort on The Power of Or ganized Wealth Took the Manhattanites By Storm- rocifeiously Applauded Throughout its Delivery and a Rising Demonstration At its Close TlIlS KINSHIP 6F lltfjrANITY The welfare and happiness of inn kind art dependent upon the kinship of humanity It is natural law that men should labor and that by their labor they should live When a man is lifted above the neces sity of labor and abovo dependence upon it by the accumulation of wealth through the medium of discriminating legislation lie loses hie kinship to and his identity with humanity AncliOr ganized Wealth knowns no kinship to humanity and has no instincts 110 desires no be lief no feel ljgl in common with humanity I is wholly relcfnt less and wholly cruel It Is a faster and nothing else jThoXTrust ajiUha Gold Standard are brothers of the full blood the deformed and abnormal is sues from the womb of Organized Wealth and serve as the means through which are emphasized the tyranny tho oppression and Ihe extortion of their mother Every supporter elf the trust is an advocate ot the gold standardand ninetyfive per cent of the advocates of the gold standard are the open or secret adherents of the trusts You can not afford to rely upon declarations against trusts coming from the lips oi men of affairs or in public life who arc friends of the gold standard Their declarations are too often used only as a mask The same ptinciple underlies tho gold standard and the trust ORGANIZED WEALTHS INIQUITIES Organized Wealth controllinglecisla tion has been powerful enough to provide by law for the payment of two dollars for one by tho people to the bondholders to provide by law for the extension of the lifo of the national debtaud to prevent its payment j to bring about by legislation the destrue tion of janehalf of the peoples nioney to create a government by injunction for it is by reason of the dictates of Organized Wealth that the courts have established this process to prevent the levying and collecting of a tax pn in comes by which it was sought tore quire the wealth of the land to bear sonic part of the burdens of mailltain ingthe government to make this land the home innumerable corporations each one tending to tho concentration of the wealth to organize and operate throughout the land a system of trusts through which medium it becomes the dictator of the producer and the owner of the consumer It is not intended to denounce as monsters all those concerned in the or ganization and concentration of wealth The dictates and promptings of human nature cannot be ignored and it maybe said that those engaged in the pro cess by which Organized Wealth has governmontandI opportunities presented for their en richment and they would be more than human in falling so to do nut those who feel Ihe irou hand of Organized Wealth and those who labor is bI process of legislation diverted to Us en richment are not seeking to initiate a warfare upon Organized Wealth or its representatives They are not the aggressors they are the defenders They arc not seeking to take from others that which belongs to them bntthoy are seeking to hold and to defend their own They aroupt maltini warfare oil the interests of rs but are looking to the preservation oithieir own interests Theyaie seeking anti contending for the opportunity accorded to hem by uniu al law and promised to them by fundamental human law to reap for themselves the benefit of tinIt own la bor antI to prevent their deprivation of h PijIn tho Then probably tho kidneys In lThenin thoJolKis Then probably rheumatism No matter where it is nor what kind you need have it no longer It may bo an hour a day or a Drttjtf9S OheJj1JFJ peCloral r1NeIntrnfaiely shOll fcelits soothing warming Btrfength f fwer- t quiet congeati9n draws ou inflammation It is a new plaster A combination of new remedies usda aftsr new method Entirely unlike any other plaster The Triumph of Modern Medical Science The Perfected Product of years of FadeatTolC Placed over thai chest It It b powerful aid to Ayer Cherry Pee toralia the treatment ell throat and luag affections Placed ever the chltatops nausea aud yoiriitiBCT over the bowels it controls cramps and colic Peed overt hQ email of ihdiack frolltheIdtneysweaTcBjus 1or ealo by all Dnigpsta MlIlphnreDJass t i IonJ425QiUTLW Makes the food more delicious and wholesome Outran itby reason of inalndmiiiistration of government and the misuse of legisla iiulliorityI- MlEMIALISM ITS OFFSPRING Iinpcrinlieiii Is tlic offspring of Organ ized Wcallli The desire anti purpose torob and tnslavo n people who have done no wrong to this governingntinor to any of its citizens spring o Iyfroui tliosc whose efforts are wholly given to the advancement of the interests of capital There Is no patriotism and no unset flshtiess in wealth The present national administration under the In flnence of the clasg cloininating it wQiilJJfjablc be just aa willing to murder its own citizens at homo a to murder those of the Philippines if the yaljio of money could thereby ljdin criaised or a few more dollarsadiJecl to thstorc EXdLANn OUll XATUUAIi ENBMY An alliance with England is adesire natural to the friends of Organized Wealth Englands mnsniSiceut record of robbery riipiue and murder excites their enrandflres their inordlunte greed J to them tlmt England i3and Jias always bser the naturar fiieinydr this government The fcelifthifriends IIf Organized Wealth for England Is as strong as the admiration and reverence telL for that country by the snobs and flunkeys of the east patterned after the Depews the whlt lea anti tIm Astors Eng land would like nothing better than to have the influence und support of the United States in maintaining a system of colonial dependencies necessary to Englands life out wliollyunnecess to this country TilE CHICAGO PLATFORM DEFINED I would define the Chicago platform of 1800 to bo a formulated protest against the fcsistence and abuses of or ganized wealth I think tliat is its whole meaning I believe that the Democratic national convention of 1000 will adopt a platform even more specif ically and emphatically aprotest against the existence and abuses of organized wealth ItSviIf reaffirmili6 declara tions of the Chicago pratlorin of 1800 itwiihdoclarethe purpose of the party to prevent the organization ami operation of trusts It will declaro against Imperialism It will in that unite its protest with the protests on the still faces of hundreds of dead Pliilii inos turned to Heaven from CiiieiW tcethete- ars of pitying angels nsn remon strance againgt faeirinnrder Further it oufrlil to in t rm8 declare against any alliance with England It ought to declare that a monarchy and a republic cannot be linked together that human freedom and human slavery cannot march together It should be remem bered that no England army tins ever fought for freedom and no English soldier has ever died for its cause The existence of the English government is dependent upon human elavory the existence of this government is depend ent upon the attainment of human freedom Colonial dependencies are the life blood of England while they would mean the deatlroi free govern meat in tho United States PUUniO OWNERSHIP OE PUBLIC WORKS JTheiBliould be repeal of general orp ratiou IwaThicshicud be absolute governmental control of railroads and tel Thierosiould be pub lie ownersliir oft JJltilJhl franchises Municipalities should own anti operate their gas inrt flIi4OWl- and control tiielrsysfeiirofstrfeel rail way The means of supplying neces sities common to the public in facilities for transporutlon and cofnmnnication should note tho source of private profit Those who create should own and those whp build should possess Organized Wealth is the enemy of human recdomand Organized Wealth III this land has become a public enemy It cannot exist under a free govern ment because It cannot exist at all un less it controls the government and through the government dictates to the people It cannot exist if itis less than tlib government or subordinate to the government It can only dist when iigis greater than tho governmeztnill- iiiperior to tIm government There are number of patriotic and trio Americans in this land determined upon such a platform They numbers ven millions or more They control the organiziiliou of tho Democratic party and I do not believe they will be so foolish us to permit tliptfiieiniipsjof Democracy to in ttio jriii- OCltIigS litho Democratie National Convention of 1800 or to ussist Jn the selection of delegates to that COIl iU itlon I believe that these seven nililHfns otOeiftOcrats ire determined astltis l5blbIC fur n en tube anti that with tlieiii lilY sugjitidir ofnuy iLiriIhrIr- ii or c ucession 1JIItI regirdeUa treason YQ11t tiatiroti kueinies are- nit tlieNKepubliciitiltUKiifltii hi the open hut they art thosivoTireijtiq- ucrading its IemocraRI tijiJift jjtljo gold standard aim cenpuucmg truBurfh the samo bn alb and Keokjnjr tdi place your organization alto under tFe control of the Organized Wealth of thio tlr JOrganizail WttJi Ua iieersct1lec- rown of freedom upon a single human bOw but it has wado and tin iied more slaves in this taut tlwiVbavVevor been carried captive from Iho shores of Africa nud it lies driven zo death more men than have fallen in all the battles qverfonjjlitonAnicricanjon and has driven to houses of shame moro women than have over fallen because of the perfidy of trial r But in the contest now impending Organized WontlheaS face to foeo with an opposition such as it hss not before seen The riirlta never before known such a It1l3 itS those of the tnited States When they onc be- eptUO awakened their forco will be such withitttid it iIiii11 i t 51t1h01ht OSt they wiltremedy tielr QJH evlferibd they will do it by pro o c3 4 1 lI- BAKING POWDER cess of law and by and through the means of the ballot box The upholding established government and tho maintenance of the law are cssnulial to the welfare of the people In times of revolution of riot and disorder and law lessness it is the poor antI helpless who suffer and they who palbe rich anti powerful are able to find safety and to escape the payirent of any part of tho revenue necessary to public ends TIlE PARTIES OF LINCOLN AND IIANNA But it is well to fully estimate and know the power with which the people have to contend Organized Wealth It the owncr of a great political organization and many Republicans fail tc draw the distinction between the Re publicanism ot a Lincoln and the degraded Revenueisin of a Ilanna It has a national administration behind it It owns many oftlie courts of the land It can duitate legislation and ofttlme can dictate adjudications It reaches into owns and controls the great cities of the country to such an extent that it has come to pass that with those in political control in those cities Republicanism and De mocr cy have alike ceased to have a meaning and the only effort is by those in control to become ties wards and the beneficiaries of tho enemies of the people and of a free government There is no difference between n Croker and a Ilatt between Roosevelt and a Van Wyck No faith and no depend ence are to be placed upon the profes sions oflhosotcontrolling the political machinery of New York whether they call themselves Republicans or Demo crats They are all tarred same brush No peoples adminlstrn1 tioawiH cybr come into power because of ilia will of any part of New York aristocracy or New York politicians and our hope in tho Empire State must lie in the ability of the hundreds of thousands of honest patriotic citizens of the city and state to relegate these elements to tho rear The hope ol sue cess lies in tho country outside the great cities and success to be attained must be attained Jnthe face of the position of cbrrnrt anti debased niunic- ipal politipal conditions THE SPIRIT OF LIBERTY lint the instinct of human freedom is a great factor It has overthrown monarchies and destroyed empires it has torn down kings and become the master of emperors it has dominated the history of jhq vorjd and brought civiHzationout of Barbarism it laid the foundations of this government ind in spired the hearts of the people it is as strong today as ever before it will awaken again us it has so often done in the past and when awakened will accomplish its work with more corn pletncss than ever before organizations aristocracy of wealth and of parties will fall before Itit will inspire the people as of old it will gather them to gether under the banner of Democ racy upon a platform of selfdefense and bind them together in hope aspiration and belief and I believe that the time is near at hand when they wilt bo so awakened that their ends wilt be accomplished that government willJeTnftde the servant and not the master of man i that legislation will be for mans benefit and not frhls undo lug and thaLtlie common and Utl vcr sal nd cry will beNo Mastery ofMouey NoTyranny of Wealth The nominee of t Democratic na tioual convention of ioooforthe presi dency will bo named by acclamation Ho will not be one who claimd to be a Delnocrat il tlat1hd same time advo cates the gold standard and while friendly to the gold standard is so in consistent and lacking in regardfo the ties of kinship anti interest as to de nounce the trusts But that nominee will be a representative tried and true of the only Demdcracy of this Union time Democracy of tho Chicago platform of 1800 Mystery ol a Diamond This telegram from Dmvihhe till be read with interest by Uie friends of the young gentlfcinan who by the way was not at C U last vearbnt was graduated there about ton ye arsngo- adimia ycsri nracticirg Iaw plnce iii- iuisvihIe Tho mystery of a lost diamond just returned to its ownetYis just now under discussion in Drfnville Louisvillev r Chicago ajid Riphmond JjiBt year John I Jacob a wealthy young man now living In Chicago was attending Central University Richmond Xy He had a big diamond pin Tho pin Was lost when where or how Mr Jacob does not say Policemen in different cities were put on the hunt for the sparkler and one of tho first to strike a trail was Capt G T Helm of Danville He has been working on tho case for five mouths Not a great while ago ho got wind of a diamond which was in time possession of a person and time person gemInanHestedenough to be observed by anyone on the lookout for such To boldly attempt to procure the jewel however with time slim evidence at hand was a rather delicate matter and it was only after several wneks of the most patient and p dnstaking endeavor that farts enough were procured to warrant a big bluff toward getting the pin Time person when bluntly con fronted conftes d the pin did not be long to him or her and it was soon identificiljis the Jacob property The interesting feature however is that no prosecution was entered and hat the name of the unlawful possessor of the diamond is kept secret Young Mr Jacob is n nephew of John Jacob of Louisville Red Hot 1rom The Gun Was time ball that hit G BStcaduian of Newark Midi in the Civil War It caused horrible Ulcers that no treat ment helped for 20 years Then Buck tens Arnica Salve cured him Cures Cuts Bruises Burns Boils Felons Corns Skin Eruptions Best iile cure on earth 25 cts a box Cure guaran teed Sold by Perry Thomas Drug gists a Special Rates to Hunlinglon WVa On account of Wallaces Combined Worlds Greatest Circus which will exhibit at Hunlington Saturday May 6 the Chesapeake Ohio Railway has arranged for special excursion irains aud low rates from Morehead to Hunt ington and return White House to lluntiugton anti return and from Iron ton to Huntington and return at rates Tower than ever Dont fail to see time parade which will be a grand sight The circus has moro horses animals anti more good acts than any other circus Take the children and spend tim day in Hunt ington one of tho most enterprising cities in West Virginia Rates lower than ever For further particulars see small bills or call upon the ticket agent of the Chesapeake Ohio Railway at your neatest station FARM NOTICES Hon C M Clay Jr has been raising sorghum for several years as cattle feed He sows it in May with wheat drill planting about one bushel to the acre It is cut with an ordinary mower before frost in Fall anti piled in large shocks lIe leaves it in this condition until he feeds it out He says thht if properly put up it will keep nicely all winter He feeds it with corn in this form He says his experience is that it is the cheapest and best feed grown Paris Reporter Workinsr Night Ant Day The busiest and mightiest little thing that every was made is Dr Kings New Lifo Pills Every pill is a sugarcoated globule of health that changes weak ness into strength listlcssness into en ergy brainfag into mental power Theyre wonderful in building up the health Only 23c per box Sold by Perry Thomas 3 RELIGIOUS Rev Leonard W Doolan preached at Duck Creek church on Sunday morning and night to large audiences While he isnot asyotthroughiilstbpo logical studies he evinced a complete mmaiid and understanding of his eulject and capacitated as ito will be by a thorough ebucation lie can not fail to be a power in his churchand tho instrument of much good in the world Horo vjjiere he was born and reared his many friends bid a most hearty God speed In his chosen work Shelby News SPECIAL RATES TO RICHMOND VA VIA CHESAPEAKE OslO RY On account of tho Presbyterian Ger oral Assembly 16 and 17 tho C et 0 Ky will Fell round trip tickets at one fare for time rojind trip good returning tint I June 3d Write for sleeping car berths or any inforniation to George W Barney D P A Lexington Ky 4 Fo Whom It May Concern IFiJrig1Uortfs f indorsement for Pe runu and for the manufacturers of Peruna from jfeminent officials of its nome thy lion Samuel L lllack Mayor of Columbus OTVbose picture adjoins this paragraph writes the follow W ing letter P ExFcfTiVEDErrCiTy ORJCOLCMBUS To totorn it may concern M I can most cheerfully recommend Pcruna as of the very greatest possible benefij in cases i of catarrh and other disease of the mucous membrane TJtisrometly hasestab1ilihed Itself in the minds of the people as of the greatest possible vorth and genuineness I hare known Dr Hartman fur a number of years and am pleased to say that he is one of the leading citi sons of this cft a man of time very highest standing and hctcrin the community Respectfully SiNus L BLACK Cot Arthur L Hamilton commanding officer of time Seventeenth Infantry Ohio National Guard whose residence is at 309 West First Avenue Columbus 0 bears witness to time efficiency of Pcrana nero is Colonel Hamiltons letter and picture COLUMBUS O May 18 1897 Dr S ii Hartman DEAI Sin Besides tIme merits of Icruna CQ fully demonstrated In my family I have a num her of friends who have taken it for catarrh and stomach trouble anti all unite in praising it As a remedy for summer and winter catarrh can fully recommend it ABTUDB L HAMILTON From the lion Samuel 3 Swartz Police Judge Columbus O SrATEoFOrno SlTHEJIE C6URT LAW IilBRART COLUMBUS Olov X2 1897 0vr Gentlemen Tho result of using Pcrana has been so gratifying to iae that 1 cannot but congratulate you on the MoL your remedy Your imiih rdandiutrin the bushieiacommuaitv ti i1o4h clthNmteienoiuting thus Teat enterprise prepared mo tr ltl ta IBC ri n artheiia o iyi from your ctablishaiint Vat ite reIworth IIFrMedb Resctfuii1 Hiz 18wJuac r J l r iSPK1 KK KK KK f DMJUK I The LwHig Specialists of America I 20 YEARS IN OHIO 250000CURE- DWECURE EMISSIONSN- othing can bo moro demoralizing to yoong or rniJdlesge4 men than the caca of the nlgbtly louCl They a proInco weaknCl nervoumen a feeling traInofymtornTheylifo and social happineo in matter I whether caused evil hablla in youth ourNeWeuro you NO CURENO PAY Header you need help Early abuf or youJzpoturearonotrafo tilt Mlred OnrNewilethod will euro you ounmnL- orik5OQOO CURED i j Young Man You pale feeble t and haggard nervous irritabla anti ex ciuble You become forgetful morose and despondent btoteic amid Jimplcs raukea eyes wrinkled face ttoopin reTealthoWE CURE RICOCELE No matter how rcrloiH your eajo may how lotiir mar have had it oar L NtW ZtIRTUOI T1LEATMENT viII euro it Tho veins return to their normal condition and ueneo tn xual organs receive nonrlfb meat The orraci become vitalized nil IbemcfiLNO CUUoi1 PAY NO OPKKA TtON NKfESSAUY NO DETEN I TION FROM CURES GUARANTEEII We treat ant cure SYPHILIS flLKGT KJlISSIONti IMPOTKXCY SEMINALNKY durfte1I CONSULTATION CIIAILOESMODERATE for QUISTt0N BLANK for nOME TltETJIETDRS KENNEDY KERGA 122 W FOURTH ST CINCINNATI O r DROPS cunn with llftniedlxd sunny TogptableI t htdays At least tirothl nli nf all inrinptonmrcmoT et Tsllmonlals And DATS treatment fret OK H E GSZZSS SOIlS Box X Atlanta Ga GO TO TIlE English Kitchen 12 W Short St Lexington Ky J W MASTERS Proprietor Regular meals 25 cents Lodging 25 cent Most convenient and centrally located hotel In the city Fine equipped bar in connection ePIUM and Whiskey lablti cured at home with out nook nf par ticular prut VIcR actiM VVOOLLLt ce 104 Korth 1rjor St Vulcant Chilled Plowtmlirn p Our ftood AND OUr Prices+++ + Compel you trade with us when ou give 1181 trial B ffiID p fud 1j- 1uhrD a I n lli11igl w Tho ladies cannot VG deceived by catchy phrases nor bombastic claims All we have oosa is we buy in the best markets of the world select the latest goods and when you buy you know you have the latest uptodate goods Is that what you want 1 If so trade with WntteNDGiDson VY1H1HoshaI6o1Commission Merchants CitU Hogs ann hgg UNION STOCI YAlms CINCINNATI 0 TELEPHONE 73403- S8TAII inforniation regarding live stock cheerfully furnished Consign your stock direct to us 8ept7ly t+CALL AT + + + + iflSALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found dispensedbydating clerks Genuine Saratoga Water Kept on Tap sSss Phone 3 Second St RICHMOND KY iriowimis the And Bell CenterCut 1 r NBisc UarrovsmOur store is heavily stocked with every article Ei found in ri firstclass Hardware Store such as Collars Hames Traces Backhands etc IE4I Nails Wire Stoves Tinware Cutlery 6tc IJ6I fAI L iJ JVlu IVjifcfBuciCLEY our experienced tin ner is in demand for guttering f3mJ roofingand repairing We willnot fee T Undersold E- rTayIor Brosi- i Madison Monumental Works ESTABL1SI1E1 1803I JAMES rji HAMILTON v Pll01lUETORi i Miiiacits YomsHeastnes 5tffiary and Fofeiga aiii- aierican Marble jni Graaite + 44 FINE WORK A SPECIALTY Those who nfA conteinplatlnjr bnyliiR Jlarhio Granite or nny kind of Cemetery Work iqhl finch it lo their Interest to call nt tict old aiiiiid in tho rew lot tlm M E Chnty on Irvine Street when they will find constantly on hand a large stock of Jiimiiiheclvork to flli1 tromat prices to stilt nil claescHel buyers LMii W GiOUllHEn wie of tile heat worklrlcn in ehtraJ Kentucky Is in charge of our tablUtiintBtiMit lit 13 inenns Batigfactcry work In every phteo urVHrttes living itlt diHtance sliijlilil write to to for rdesfgnF which with be furnik4d o aipihtaitiomi I jirxint r3ThiONAG SOL1ilTE1 r 114r ItJKME T H1ItoNrorktor j f It t l E 1 tr b fj r11 We Dont g Wailt a Cent r1 1 yyour money unless you get value received for it For that reason we are always glad to have you iooiaround the store and learn how much g better vou Q can do here than anywhere else t t II 6 3 Bedroom Suites1 In BirdsEye Maple Mahog LIlIyGolden and Antique Oak Nj BeantifuI Brass and Folding Beds Elegant Sideboards NlExtension and Center Tables Odd Dressers Chiffoniers i Parlor Cabinet Book Cases Hat Racks Etc Etc There is also on display in my store the most elegant display of Morris Chairs over brought to Richmond i My selection of Rocking Chairs and Moquette Roxberry and Axminster Carpets cannot be excelled 4 A handsome line of Couches in Velvet and I Corduroy just received from the city Clothes Hampers Scrap and Work Baskets Smyrna and Wilton Rugs are also attract ive additions to our business 4If you are a lover of beauty it will pay you to call and my line of Framed Pictures Me hdallions c We also make a specialty of framing pictures Our line is full and complete and in charge 4of Mr M G Brown a graduate embalmer b1and funeral director It will pay you to call on me before purchasing elsewhere r = 3 SI NEVILLE MODERLEVIkp rSucce8sorto J S Collins KfNIGHT PHONE 23G3 4BOON TO MANKINDr k DRTAflE UCFVE HlE CURie A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBES BY MAIL 75 CENTS BOTTLES 50 CENTS JAM S F BALLARD Sole Proprietor 310 North MaIn Street ST LOUIS M8 For sale by PERRY THOMAS Druggists lan161y SEND US ONE DOLLAR Otttb t ud id wllk aa4 thISkW- harsoTrnacaz qcui rinuiu oiiuu iJUcrtibittteuBluibb Yoannewnlue It at jroarneamt frtlgtot Doeltuul ir you Sod It exactly a rcpmcated to onr ntnll at 0raua ta 510000 threatflTa1ne7OUe5er1sw and- tar better than organs aden il Lyotben at inors money pay tlifrelirl aeent iir peelat 9O da T offer price 53175 leMtlwtLCOor sati and ImBbt char1 S3I75 IS OUR SPECIAl90 DAYS PRICE SSaiVS prlct Ulrj 4krMhn HiMk sa alter wo never made brure TIlE ACME QUEEN Uon of toe iBULiiCkuJogwirTKST Itoh rM1 From tile Uluttratlun shown which n enmred direct from a ptcuxrnipjupo can tome Id aotlU MautUul abpearance tram Quarter sawed antiinn nlchlIanlkome7dCCOtIedonlloented Iee 1Hi tihe TilE ACIIq U fcettis3heS btgb is irtehei Roar t3 iflehea wide id welabs podaJs Con Iainb aemavel Uptupc ag tohiuwa lJipaaa riOJaL- Dahlia 5Ioia pma er ha taeplrr trt VbpuMi rs a i os im0ai S Ocltr m ltn IT onll Ornd Dma Bfll 4 Onkulnl TMrd It7II 5e4 i t Si kit St 51Pa Iced St ii cmm i siU Ekh5flw5a Diaw itd Beef 54 PaigIrUrfiuf rrllw Uertfc TilE AUUE OlEEX an Uoa thectiebrsed5nti 5qdwhich ie only Bte IiwC t ffrad iottrainrnui mined lth- iI4 11frt a os hmo ftbw hfrt tlefelt leatlXAntOtc bellowg of tbe beat rubber cloth 3plr 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onncctlons to Tampa Mlanil or New Orleans with fast Steamer Service Ito Nassau Key West Havana Santiago and San Juan Low rateroundtrfp tickets Inc iflUI bcrvicC is per fect in detail Fast sched ules 24 hours lii JjicUson viII 4 hours dlndrmati t- oI Havana ir e t= = = J 1 Il it IJ t r ov rlru t 2 = ==III i A I riTITiT1iiTu The Richmond Climax J c CHP4LJZTPropthtorzandEdltonA 0 C fi WOODS AtiocUte CdHor WEDNESDAY MAY 3 19 FUBLI8UK11XVKRY WEDXR3DAT BY The Climax Printing Co PRICE PER YEAR 150 DEMOCRATIC TICKET ww FOR KAltnOAI COMMISSIONER 3D lUST COL A W HAMILTON- OF SIT STERLING ANNOUNCEMENTFOR We sire authorized to announce JOHN B C1IENAULT ef Madison county a candidate for the office of State Auditor subject to the action of the Democratic State Convention FOB RErBESCXTJLTIVE We are authorized to announce M II WILLIAMS a candidate forthe Legislature subject to the action ot the Democratic party We are anthSriied to announce W W COMBS a candidate to succeed himself in the next general assembly of the State of len tuoky subject to the will of the Democratic party FOB CLERK We are authorired to announce A KAVA NAUO DOTY for CountY Clerk sncjcct to the aetlon of the Democratic Party Is publishing tha speech of Judge Tarvin the CLIMAX is afforded a pleas ure sccond only to having the distin guishcd gentleman in our midst It is not alone because our guest has won national renown Us not because ho is the closest man iu the Nation to Mr Bryan nor that he divided with the latter the honors at the greatest political banquet over held on earth that wo fool so dolightcdand satisfied with his visit But rather because the lofty expectations which had been aroused by nil these circumstances were more than realized by the best Democratic speech delivered here in many years before one of the largest crowds that ever filled the spacious court house to overflowing from wall to wall And that his telling words struck responsive chords in the hearts of his hearers was ovidenced by the unmistakable manifestations of approval that drowned the speaker words in cheer alter cheer Judge Tar vin is the kind of champion of a common rouse a cause he declared that should be as close to the heart of one poor man as another 110 matter what his croW or color to send forth among the masses lIe KNOWS whereof lit ppeaks and he fears no man that treads Gods footstool And when his own masterful logic fails he simply quotes from Carlisle Uuckner ct al in the days of their virginity not omitting Mc Kinloy Harrison and others of their ilk who are all oil record by vote and speech in support of the free and un limited coinage of silver at 1C to 1 Mr Tarvin says whenever ho wishes to use harsh language about the gold standard he simply quotes his former fellow townsman John G Carlisle nUll whenovor he wishes to criticise the lotion of the Supreme Court in its nmgic reversal of the Income Tax he has only to repeAt the words of Justice Brown a Ilopubllcan member of that august tribunal If these be for us but alas I a change has come over the spirit of their dreams Those old idols are now but clay and false the altaie that we knelt before lion W It Smith handsomely intro duced Mr Taivin and what he 8Ild- iW8SU PlontYsee elsewhere CJI Brower COil LEXINGTON KY pringtime at GROWERS p Is always an attractive time seasonable merchan dise blooms a little in ad vance of nature A look through our various de partments will make you think of May sunshine and the summer days stored away in the future FOR THE FLOORS Fresh new Malting cool and Bweot jointloss and oxra heavy n variety of colors Regular 2cc toe and 40c a yard qnnlity By tim roll of 40 yards forSG812 FJR THE WALLS Delicate Dresden Designs Two toned stripes in various colurr Large Floral Patterns Ioppies Wood Violets Uoscs 12 j 15 25c FOR THE WINDOWS Cross Striped Snowflake Curtains 2 pair Domestic Bagdad Revel siblo Curtains pair Fig ured Denims and Striped Tick ings 15 and 23o yard White and Colored Shades Good Rollers 25c All kinds of Poles Loops etc FORTHE TABLE English China Emerald Decora tions pieces 15 00 Tea SclsVitrlfled White Uliina 5150 Toilet Setskld Ktoppie Big Variety 41 ftf Colonial Glass warea new pat tcrnClwap- MAIN OrE BrowerCo AND BROADWAY LENGOKYa- e1iy y JudgeJasP T rvins Tea 5 e akI- n on Q e the presence of six hundred attentive and earnest listeners lion Wm B Smith on Monday introduced Judge Tarvin who said About a hundred and twenty years ago Samuel Adams of Massachusetts said Truth Loves an Appeal to the Common Sense of the People and if there is Anything in this Government above the Comprehension of the Masses of the People it has no Proper place There You know that it is said of us and by us I mean Democrats that we talk too much I believe in talk i sIlence Is the one thing most desired by those now controlling the legislative and executive affairs of the National Government T those of you who believe as I do I would say talk as long as you can find any one to listen to you and when you can talk express your own convictions beliefs and sentiments and you may bo sure that they will be the beliefs con vie lions and sentiments of Americans and not of flunkies of Kentuckians and not of toadies of Democrats and not of the chattels of the money power My proposition is that the Democratic National Convention of 1000 should adopt as n whole the Chicago Platform of 1890 I hear from some sources the contention that the plank in that platform advocating the free and unlimited coinage of silver and gold at the ratio of 1G to 1 by this country independent of the action of any other country should be omitted I am always inclined to rc yard those advocating such a step with suspicion You Will generally find that those advocating this course voted for Mr McKinley in 1800 If you find any who did not vote for Mr McKinley in 1800 advocating this step youwillproba bly also find upon investigation that their circumstances and conditions have changed since 1890 and that they have alliances or employment now that they did not have in 18JG It is said that Mr Croker and those belonging to him are now favoring the omission of that plank from the platform of next year and that Mr Croker and his following supported Mr Bryan in 1896 But 1 refer you to the election returns from the State and City of New York in 1890 to demonstrate to you whether Mr Croker and those belonging to him supported Mr Bryan by vote or him by professions only 1 submit to that the doctrine of independent bimetalhsni at 10 to 1 cannot be divorced by the JUdg- ment of any candid mans mind from the other doctrine advocated by the Chi chago Platform of 1B9G or from the doctrines that will by common consent bo added to that platform in 1000 I suggest to you that the man who is opposed to the control of our financial affairs being left in the hands of organized capital Is also opposed to the control of the courts of the land being left in the hands of organized capital resulting in further government by injunction and that tile man who is opposed to the control of our financial system by organized capital is likewise opposed to the proposition of leaving it to organized capital to saytha the wealth of the laud shall bear no part of the burden of taxation and to con tinuo in force the proposition that the government ol this country has no powor to levy any tax on incomes And I suggest further that he who is opposed to the organization and existence and operation of trusts and combinations is opposed to that system of finance that rendersthe existence of trusts and com practicable He who is opposed to trusts and combinations is likewise opposed to that system upon which trusts and combinations are built The less money there is the easier it is to concectrate or corner it The snore money there is the more difficult it is to concentrate control or corner it by a few The trust is not a thing of a day it is a gradual outgrowth of conditions it is part of the process and an important step in the process leading to their establishment was the demonetization of silver the decrease of the amount of money and an increase in value of the money remaining and an increase in the facilities for concentrating and cornering the money which remained The dif ficulties in the way of organization and of trusts ant combinations would be double under a system of independent bimetallism at 16 to 1 whereby the people of this land would have the use of all the money known to the world instead of having the use of only onehalf of it as is true under a gold standard No one is possessed of stronger convictions upon the subject of independent bimetallism at 10 to 1 than am 1 No one believes in it snore thoroughly more conscientiously or more consistently and my belief and my convictions are as strong as in 1890 but I realize and always have that this doctriue is not all but only a part It is not all of the Chicago platform but it is a constituent part of it That platform is a formulated protest against the aggressions and power of organized wealth and one of the great aggressions of organized wealth and one of the great demonstrations of its power was the demonetization of silver in 1873 just as another demonstration of its power is afforded by tIme acquittal of Mr Quay in Pennsylvania and by the fact that Richard Croker in New York is at liberty I think that he who is opposed to the control of our financial system by the few representatives of organized capital will likewise be opposed to the control of our foreign policy those people and opposed to the adoption and execution of any foreign policy the murder or enslavement of any innocent or harmless peoples benefit of the organized wealth of the United States or for the enrichment of those who own and control the machinery of the gov eruuient And I believe that those who oppose the control of our financial af fairs by organized capital are likewise opposed to the making of any alliance be tweeu this republican government and a monarchy for the purpose of carry ipg out a conspiracy to rob murder and destroy any people on earth for the purpose of enriching those who are already rich in and England IiI short it is true in my judgment that every mIlD in the United States who fails to agree with the proposition that the organized wealth of this country ought to own and control the President and the Congress and to so control and shape everything as to further enrich the rich and further impoverish the poor is likewise opposed to the gold standard and is favorable to the doctrine that as the demand of this people for motley is constantly increasing this people should have the use of all the money known to the world instead of having their supply decreased by taking away the use of onehalf in other words every Democrat in the United States is opposed to thl1 gold standard more strongly than we were opposed to it in 1896 There are no Democrats in this country except Chicago platform Democrats There is no division between Democrats There is no lack of harmony among Democrats They are of the same mind the same opinion anti there is no occasion and no use for any cry for harmony used as a pretext to induce Democrats to concede to their enemies a part of that in winch they believeanti for which they are contending Democracy means more than it ever meant before It means a formulated organ ized forceful and earnest defense by seven million Americans against the ag greesions the extortion and the robberyof organized wealth and against time proposition that the government country ought to be administered by organized wealth instead otby the people The sun of Clovelandisin has set never to rise again while upon thehori zon we can see the coming light and promise of free government and tho do strtiction of corporate and capitalistic power presaging the rising in effulgence and glory of the sun of William J Bryan of Nebraska I say there is nn lack of harmony I will not say that New York is the enemys country but I will say that New York is a country in possession of time enemy Tens of thousands of men are kept out of the Democratic party in time Slate of Now York because of their hatred of Crokerism in New York City Hundreds of thousands of men in this country are kept out of the Democratic party because they do not care to bemused to support and maintain and uphold Crokerism and the practice of Crokerism in Now York City and they do not want to be parties to any attempt to fasten that system upon the administra tion of the affairs of the national government If you will think you will he able to see that Crokerism has never brought anything to theDemocratic party It did assist in the election of Grover assisted in his election after a conference in New York City in whuh a contract was entered into by which time Democratic party of the United States pledged the accomplish men of a purpose foreign to the partyand for which it was not organized and for time benefit of a few politicians ew City They say that the Democracy cannot elect a resident in 1900 without the vote of the State of New York and they further say that the vote of the State of New York cannot be had without time aid of Mr Croker and tliose belonging ao him If both these propositions are true which I dont believe I would say that it Is better for the country and better for Democracy that we should nol win It is better to have defeat without Crokerism than victory with it There Is only one way by which the assistance of Crokerism can be had and that waj Is by pnrchaso and that purchase would mean a pledge that a Democratic ad ministration if elected should to carry out the promises of the platform upon which it went into power and should divert the Democratic organization and the Democratic administration to purposes and ends directly contrary to the wish and will of the Democracy of the land and of those who created the administrationIn a man in this country who is lig enough to own a court or to dictate to any judge his course In his position s too big to stay in the Democratic party aud ought to be out of it just as any combination in this country that has grown strong enough to control a court or dictate to a judge has grown too strong for Democracy and too strong for the peace and welfare of this people You cannot enter into an alliance with those controlling New York City politics unless you agree to abandon that for which you contended in 1890 and to abandon that for which we are now expecting to contend in 1000 There is nothing in this country more unDemocratic than Crokerism unless it be the insufferable flunkey ism and toadyism of New Yorks money aristocracy There is nothing in common between us and them Our interests are antagonis tic They desire to control the government in the interest of a few at the cost of time many We desire to use the government for the Interests of the many even at the sacrifice of a few I want to ask you how it would have been from 1776 to 1783 had a part of contendingforexcept that they wanted England to retain control of American courts or that they wanted England to dictateour foreign policy or wanted England to alliances with other countries Time answer is evident Time purpose of American patriots in those days was to overthrow English control and 110 theI tttnpromise Time purpose of American Democrats today and American powerinJefferson said once let the hands that do a nations work that produce a intiana wealth also guide a nations government and nil will be well Whose hands are guiding now Take the Supreme Court of the United States How did the decision in the income tax case tome about In answer ing that question you may inquire how did the judged wHo decided that ques tion getrtheir places on that bench You may consider in that connection that today the power of appointing the judges of the highest court of the world in whose hands ultimately rests the fate of all the people in this country rests with a man known as President Hanna You may remember that that power once rested In the hands of a man known as President You may imagine the kind it men that President Hanna and President Cleveland would bo likely to ap point They would likely appoint men whose sympathies or desires or tastes ajuqetlmeyhiuDtbank or hunt men who have spent years in that business They like to find men who believe that there is no part of this country West or South of Pmiiiy1 vania They like men who think that people at large are incapable of selfgov ernment and that those who ought to govern live in certain parts of New New Jersey or Ohio As long as we have such judges we may expect that it- will be considered an infamous outrage to undertake to make the concentrated rails of labor of which the have been robbed for the enrichment of others bear any part of the burdens of taxation- I will call your attention to the fact that in 1890 Mr Hobart was nominated and thereafter declared elected to the office of Vice President of the United States Have you ever considered why he was nominated Has it ever Occurred toyou that he came from New Jersey the hotbed and birth place of trusts Has it ever occurred to you that this was the reason of his nomination arid that ho was their chosen representative And I sugacet to you further that Mr Grim has been made attorneyglneral of time United States by lreslllent Hanna it is time duty and it Is the powl of the AttorneyGeneral of time United States to stop tho operations of the trusts Why select a Governor of New Jer soy who was made governor by the trusts to perform this work Why select destroyhisyou ought to have sense enough to understand these things Why was Mr Hay our representative in England and one who took such great pride in his intimate acquaintance with English nobility brought back to- be made Secretary of State and to be placed in a position where ho could large y control our foreign policy and regulate our alliances with monarchies foremostrepocsentutiveof New York fltmkAyisl Even If you fail In reaching to the Qf intellect Kttaiued time sold bug you may be able to see the tie that binds You nay understand why it is that the money oer of this country is seeking to make war with Germany and to form an alliance with England fn time face of ho fact that Germany has always been friendly to us and that England has always been our enemy and in faco of the fact that Germany was present in person and in sympathy at the birth of this republic while England aeaoek tag to strangle to death the new born may understand why it is piercingthednctivo of nothing that the United States noet8 Instead of piercingtlmo brents of redcoated BrltiSb soldiers and taking OssrestOml of rich and fruitful English possessions near to the United States That is to the money power of this bodyWhy Is conceded to causedUmqiot- 1Q tbc Wt 9f ul4 PfR ir ktT = J L j fund in 1896 Why is it that General Eagan is not summarily dismissed He was guilt of conduct grossly unbecoming one his position although all that ho said about General Miles may have been true but General Eagan has not been dsmiesed Ime has been relieved of work for six years mind at the end of that time ho will have arrived at time age tobe retired and will still continue to draw after that over 1000 a year in and if ho lives out his expectancy oi life he will in the noxt seventeen yearsdraw 7S000 from the people of timelinited States ns8 gift from Presi dent Hanna If you wonder at this your wonder may cease when yon know that General Egan possesses knoWl- edge and that be could tell a great deal about the conlracbybetween the United States Government and the Beef Trust during the tate trouble with Spain under winch heel was furnished to tile soldiers There Were about four hundred sold iers killed by bayonets or bullets in that war and about six thousand killed by rotten beef furnished by the admin istration of President Hanna under n contract With the Beef Trusts with Mr Griggs as AttorneyGeneral The ratio between those who were killed by time administration and those win were killed in battle is about 1G to 1 But while no Democrat and no true American approves the wholesale slaughter of the lIOR more of whom have been killed by the administration than by the Spaniards in their reign of three hundred years no one can wish for anything other than the welfare and safety of the American soldiers We honor their deetls of couraga ani wo mourn the beroic dead They are not responsible Their duty is toobey orders These who are responsible arc not in danger and will not her Time bullet has never yet been made that can travel fast enough to catch the rear part of n Ilauna or of nn AlgerHundreds of organized attempts have heretofore bean made to a free government They have all failed The cause has always been the same the concentration of power and wealth precedIng willithefailure It rest with you and those like you to say It rests with time people They have the power and the only question is can they be induced to ex ercise it If they will use the intelli gence they are blessed with if they will think each man for himself and not let some ono else think for them if they will look each one for himself io protecting his own interests and notii protecting the interests of others in short they will act they will succeed If they are worthy of free government they will have it for they have but tQ reach out and tike it If this people is unworthy of free government they will nothnvoitSo to you think and whet you think talk and when you talk if they tell you that you are an anarchist tell them that you are glad to be an anarchist if that means one who be lieves in free government nd one who is opposed to the government of this country by its organized wealth Toll them that if that constitutes an an archist you would rather be called nn kingLoud Mi Tarvm was surrounded and during the balance of his stay was the recipient of constant cOngratul- ationsPERSONAL Miss Lizzie Feony is at home from ParisMr G G Prewitt was in Clark this week Judgo Benton and family were here last week guests of Mrs C Cr Smith Mr and Mra Leonard West of Irvine are visiting Mrs Claude Smith on Second street Mr and MrsJK Ilutiehi of Win Chester were guests Sunday of Miss Pearl Gentry Mrs Nannie Haggard of Winches ter attended time funeral of the late Mrs Nancy Moberley- Mr Isaac Steenbergen of W Va was the guest last week of Miss Willie Denny at Mause last week Hon and Mrs W T Tevis enter taiucd Ralph Bingham the noted lecturer during his visit to Kirksvillolas week Miss Curralcen Smiths school closes today and she will be at homo for a hmt vacation before making a visit to mends in other cities Mr Tom Lackey of Paint Lick has gone to Colorado to live He is a good citizen and will be a valuable acquisition to his adopted Stale Mrs Will R Letcher came down on the Cincinnati Southern train Satuadaj and stopped at Nicholasville to visit her daughter Mrs R E Douglas Mrs Sanford M and the bab parentsJudge PresbyteryStanford Mrs MaT om Reid and her beautiful little daughter Jessie Williams have returned to their home at Irvine after a pleasant visit to her parents Mr and Mrs Sam Alexander and other relatives at Red House Mrs W 11 Cook nee Miss Ellen Owsley and handsome baby RobllOl1 and Letcher Owsley have returned from a visit to Hendersonvillo N C Mrs E L Owsley and son William plnceVement in Mr Owsleye healtliJancas- ter Record Hon JCripps Wickliffo Beckham of Bardstowu candidate for the Demo cratic nomination for Lieut Governor stopped here Tuesday on his was to the Convention at Winchester Mr Beckham was a student at C U hrightestboyshe had no superior Miss Hettie Martin Frazee enter tained about sixty little friends Mon day at a delightful May party Miss hattie was crowned Queen and her maids were Mary Curtis Hume and Annie Bennett Cohen A nice lunch was served and had Mr SchlegelJcnouu in time wpultl have taken a picture of the beautiful gathering Messrs A D Miller and Joo Wil son mire toying with the finny family on time slippery banks of Station Camp and will return home sooner or later theybroughtaway But no joking there are more CnmrrightMrs Nealo Bennett of Richmond has been visiting her mother Mrs Laura Thompson several daysMiss- es Estelle and Kathleen Poyntz of Madison county will move to this city shortly to make their future home Time CaptJohnlucky Division oi the United Contedi orate Veterans Miss Poyntz Maid of Honor to Miss Taylor of Rich spolloorMt1Sterling DEAThS ydiedIticed by cancer The funeral services were held Saturday at the Christian clmgrcb of wlich deceased was a most devoted menber i and a great throng of friends followed the remains Jo the tenderlylaidson Col T S Moberley the world fa mona breeder of short horns Mrs tloberloy was about 78 years old and was the youngest child and last urviv hug member of a family of fifteen children of Nathan LipFcoinb who was born NuncyGentrvof Madison Dr Lloyd conducted the ast sad rites and eloquently portrayed the beauty and nobility of the life that had Mrs oberley resided with her iauliterimilaw Mrs Ida Joberley and besides her leaves two grandchildren Mies Geneva and Mrs Neville Moberley htallo whom o1IovingIjO MVv Out of Sight Out of Mind In other months we forget tile harsh winds of Spring But they have their use as some say to blow out the badair accumulatedafter Winter storms and Spring thaws There is far more important accumulation of badness in tile veins and ar teries of humanity which needs Hoods SarsaparillaT- his great Spring Medicine clarifies the blood as nothing else can It cures scrofula kidney disease liver troubles rheumatism and kindred ailments Thus it gives perfect health strength and appetite for months to come Kidneys My kidneys troubled me and on advIce took Hoods Sarsaparilla which gave prompt relief better appetite My sleep Is refreshing It cured my wife also MICHAEL hOnE 3173 Denny Street Plttsburg Pa- DyspepsIa Complicated with liver and kidney I suffered for years with dyspepsia with severe pains Hoods Sarsaparilla made me strong and hearty L B EMERTOX Main Street Auburn Me Hip Disease Five running sores on my caused me to uSe crutches Was confined to bed every winter Hoods Sar saparilla saved my life as It cured mae perfectly Am strong and well ROBEBT 49 Fourth St Fall River Mass fjHoods Pllli core liver llli the nonIrritating and only cathartic to take with Hoods Sraapu111 BIRTHS TODD On Tuesday last to thowif of Mr Samuel Todd nee Miss Clyde Talbott the beautiful daughter of time late Win Talbntt a handsome ten pound boy No 2 LATcniho babe died LOCAL ludgo Sullivan in North Carolina Judge P II Sullivan left on Saturday night for Asheville N C whoso salt linens clmate we earnestly hope will restore him to his former good hcaltl He was accompanied by Mr John L Baxter From the verandas of the Battery Park Hotel nboo the clouds Pat and John can sec the towers arid minarets of Biltmore the five million dollar mansion of Mr Vanderbilt but to these true and tried Bryan Demo crats the dazzling splendors of tIme palace of the plutocrat will not oblitei rate their memory of the Old Ken tucky Home Married at The Gljndon prominentCorbinBord a Stanford beauty were married on Wednesday morning at the Hotel Glyndou by Rev W 1C Forsythe of Corbin The Stanford Journalspeaks thus kindly of the young couple Ho is a native of Crab Orchard and a most worthy young man The bride isadaughter of Mr and Mrs Geo W Do- fiord and is a petite pretty and lovable woman There was no objection to the marriage the trip to Richmond being a matter of preference and convenience Who good wishes of many friends will ever attend the wellmated pair The Odd Fellows Celebration The Eighteenth Anniversary of the Richmond Odd Fellows Lodge was ap Wednesdayby byHonand HeIf S Hubert of timid city banquetThetrict Deputy Grand Master Henry J Strong of this city to whose effort is largely due the success of the occasion- It is the intention of the CLIMAX to print the short but eloquent address of Rov T S Hubert whose theme Friendship was handed in that gift ed speakers most beautiful style Female College at Kirksville Prof 0 B Sears of Albany Gentry county Missouri arrived here Satur day with a view of leasing Elliott Insti openinent Prof Sears is professor of ancient languages of Central Christian College at Albany Mo in which Miss Jennie Dillin ham is a teacher Time latter who lately visited Richmond is a niece of Mr 11 B Dillingham and sister cityiscome to Madison with Prof Sears The later is an A H graduate of Christian Universityis an ordained minister of church is married and has a charming family His father A M Sears is a native of Kentucky having been born in Nicholas and brought up in Bourbon county thIs StateProf Sears is of engaging personality and would make friends here with ease should ho decide to locate The Elliott Institute was a famous institu tion under its original founder Rev KyItportions of the in the midst of a cultured Christian comraunty and would be again doubtless heartily supported by the people of this and other counties Street Fair For Richmond No similar proposition has ever appealed so forcibly to our citizens as that to have a Street Fair here The idea is ncSl a now one having been snvv cessfully carried out in various towns in this and other States and with more beneficent results commercially and more of pleasure and profit to specta tors anti participants than time oldfash ioned county fair held remote from the business centers Messrs John T McClintockChas T Higgins Matt Cohen and Jeptha Chcnauit Lave charge of the undertaking and nciirlv 1000 has been subscribed for the further ance of the scheme The best features of a fair are main tained but more attention is paid to agricultural and stock exhibits for which premiums nre awarded Already such encouragement has been given that the affair will probably assume such proportions as to occupy several lays The streets of the city will be ho principal Arenas for the contests of till kinds The water works will ena jleus to keep down the dust keep things cool and add to the enjoyment jf time exhibition VALLEY VIEW PR1ISOyAL Mr Bryson of Ohio is visiting his son A F liryson and family Trenon L Young who is attending college at Lexington is at on a visitDr Elmer Norlhcutt returned Satur dayfrom a few days stay in Mouefee countyFrank Bryson anti Louis Stone went to Richmond Satureay night and re turned Sunday IIIC Carpcntpwas In Louisyllls Thursday he purchased u large stock of merchandise MIss Nancy Hall of Richmond visited the Misses Pratherlast week Site byHenrYnine down Sunday cpent Lime day pleasantly in our tpwp vita SEVS HOILKD DOWN AND SERVED nOr Miss AtlJie Clarks school at Millers ichoul house is progressing nicely Onm Shlfllett is very low yfitlvtyl hoid fever anil is not expected to re over William Howard is confined to life room with tv nervous derangcnientof his sysfeui GW Beck was In Cincinnati last week mid laid ja a largo supply of spring gopJs engagedtotiIlIUlhllJc n tIt J 1ts t3dthilete1 an ddt 0 h- j tion to his store He now has the most attractive storo front in town Miss Lola Harris is teaching a schoolIat this place The pleased with her as an instructorI Time Barker Lumber Co has built over a mile of plank road In their lum ber yard extending same to railroad switch where they load lumber Misses Mona and Lucy Prather have the nicest line of millinery to be found outside the cities If you dont believe Itask Henry Reid who inspected name SundayWhy dont the people of this place organize A Sunday School at this place and discard the regular Saturday night drunks that are accompanied with so much boisterous language T P Kidwell who has been suffer ing from a cancer is not expected to recover He returned from Cincinnati recently where the physicians told him they could nothing for him Sam Portwood hind a narrow escape one day last week In tearing away some old tramway ho had just emerged from under it when about 300 feet came down with a crash just barely missing hire A gentleman claiming to be repre muting an Ohio printing concern struck our town recently anti secured a few orders for printed stationery It him turned that the work for which he secured orders were printed In a Richmond printing office not the CLIMAX The next time this scheming salesman strikes our town he must confine him self to the thlngknown iirthis section as Truth One of the parties who jIve him an order for work said that If ho had known it was to be done in Rich mond the CLIMAX would certainly have gotten the job Thanks JAY ELL Ens The best smoker the Proctor Knott cigar Philadelphians are entitled to a McKinleyleftsearch of rest Deafness Cannot bo Cured by local applications as they cannot reach time disease portion tn the car There is only one way to cure deafness and that is bv constitutional remedies Deafness is caused by an inflammation of time mucous liningof time Eustachian Tube When this tube is inflamed you impertecthearingDeafness is the result and unless the inflammation cnn bo taken out and this tube restored to its normal condition hearing will be destroyed forever nine cases out of ten are caused hy Catarrh which is nothing but an inflamed con dition of the mucous surfaces We will give One Hundred Dollars h7catarrimCatarrh Cure Send for circulars free F J CHENEY Co Toledo O Sold by Druggists 75c Halls Family Pills are the best lID NEW = 99 aI1Paper In all the new rich dark colorings special designs T at 0Xc Ba 1as = 5c On up in price to the fine Pressed Papers No use to waste your valuable time looking at small sample books of old style job papers AVe have a number of experienced Paper Hangers W Chug So More for hanging than those who cut up and otherwise destroy your paper New Window Shades Mounted on Spring Rollers fix tures complete ready to hang from lOc on up in price GB Mm WILLGI J 203 1AII STRE- ETniCHMONDKY Wall Paper Window Shades Paints Oils Glass etc stock the largest prices always the lowest l I W 1 i NEW CLOTHING STORE1 4mIb=e B 5Tj ftoJand finest line of r Clothing Hals and rf J i Furnishing Goods tiFirstnew goods are of the LITEST flND NEWEST STYLES I yuhaveV4- k quality for the money than ever you got before Our Is full of the finest piece goods for Suits to measure ever opened Suits to z4 measure and FIT GUARANTEED at from 1000 per Suit up Call andsee 1 us and save money at ff The Oldest Clothier and Furnisher in Richmond Main St Next door to Farmers Nat Bankmay3in rI I sniDRIVING IS BOTH HEALTHFUL AND PLEASURABLE sayextremelydriving in one of our easy and handsome Buggies and Ph tons Our stock of fine carriages is unsurpassed for beauty style durability and general superiority and we are selling them at prices that will surprise you quality con sidered JOHN DONELSON SEND US ONE DOlLAR and this ad end wafl1- ndrou 25lb- a iS t fOun fclVfra4 Cuba iB u by freight con ubje5 to rumination ACME BIRD WRITEFOROURDlGFREEeD der or IIUO and rreh chtrjnt This store U att KoOTenIi leSHSiil top 2iZ3i made from best pis Iron extra greteliargnickelplated ornamentations and trimmings extra Urn deep rnnine5iadmh pwnkla lrt rtMn lr Sand vine inrre ornamented bans lint lh r trM4 and perfecuaredeliveryzoyoxrrsliroadfor men a stove the freight Ii only about 1100 for nchanmllMMtttunrmihMt smOeo Artdreu SEARS ROEBUCK ct COdNCJ IlL Bun sea c ai tan gki7 r UUl ICtar- apr56m Theyre the Best Thats why you want to se them before you buy We mean 4our q 1 it Insurance Gasoline gStove ONLY AT THE iFOIJND iCash Hardware Store of i DOUGLAS SIMMONS A Plows Harrows Corn Planters Cultivators Champion Bind crs and Mowerz and alllqncls fl1pIemcfltLeat t ili c I 11iiri1JiIIiiiim CUSTOM TAILORING DEPARTMENT ao Q 5 t3tn C i 8 =Q = OgtU C c 001tVt Q =0 = 10 n ag r0 6 ii n O tooj nSi 5 bE Q n r QPQttCII C = Sor11 0 Q IY 0SO U 9oy2 0 CCp = 08 g = A SEND ONE DOLLAR UbeTUrn a DoISCiSilIbtieTRPCIALPRlCE38Qad fWE MARE TIllS TOP BiGY ocUIIFcttOt eM5cO fro better Materiel than mot r3ifrona r rvMrabbrismyuMeiu de andbeak ft11Ibu OWrBo rBoUIIIae lreeD baia EDBIAI twUlallft Y BrLISAddI Inc t spalb a ii 1 JT1T IJEHr I IMENSjA FEW EYE OPENERS n r c PRICES aaeea to Ea LOW Ladies shoes Vici e ARE SOLE FOR THE BOYS AND BLACK CAT Is very Little to invest in Suit style your of 1000 Vir tually Loss Every you make in from our store will be gilt edge oc Sa2 O oo absolutely AllWool beautifully finished every garment Sewed through through Upper Lower Shuttle with 6000 Standard Pure Dye Silk Lined with extra fine real Italian Lining Sleeves are Lined with plain color Pongee Silk Sateen Lining under collars Thirty rows of facing and broad Satin plpin Every detail inside outside tailoring done cato and thought to gar ments perfectly and give the Wearer Lasting Satisfaction There no better tailored garments than there is way make them better You want to see our Suits before looking elsewhere as can youeSlO what will take much more to do well JVO ON SI 3H3HJ The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY MAY 3 1699 Dr llobson Dentist 1roctor Knott Jijpir Monday was Tarvin Day here May Fiscal Court assembled ycsier day Ureckinriilge Friday night at 0 V Chapel Have you been in Stouliera new store on Main siroet Stouffer bus moved to Slain street next to John Tnyloin Finest line of noekweir in the city Stoiillers now store Mtdnetreet largest lino of lists mul caps in llielimoud at Stouflerts Maui street store Ky League l American Wheel meets hero III annual convention June 15 tf Mrs I TwliI will rontinne her auction Millinery btisiiuss regardless of the Daughters of Involution meet tomorrow 4 p iu with Mrs C D Uieimult Stouffer took more titan 100 meas tires in ore wes for aults and pants XeV store Main rlreet Stonlfer sells more clcitliinc fun the money than any other clothier New store Main street Caldwell high School team beat U Tren 112 Itaneris Felauc tDoty Hernngton and Million Stouffer lies taken more measures for suits to enter this Hpriig than all the rust combined New snte Main Miss Tempie Oldlmm will close cheap her small line liuliett iiamiktr underwear hosiery Come at JiprlOlm Princess Uonnio flue SSOO trotter of James White broke her leg on the railroad last Friday anl had to be killed The Colored High School Declama tory Contest occurs Friday niglu ll at the United ISaptitt church Adiuiti siuu 10 cents Mrs 1 Todd wjll cuutinne her Millinery business at the stand Tim auction will not Interfere with lier department NeIkirkIlavilllCaleast will continue the merchandise business there Harris Rices chine started to work last Thursday employing then who will make 300 00 brick this season Dr Pearson of Chicago otters Jive another 50000 cash prcAent to Iterea College if tim Faculty will ale- an additional I50000 lion T Gosuell who delivered the Odd Fellows address hero last wtek is a prominent candidate for State Treasurer This his fourth term as circuit clerk Leitbtield After 25 years Stouffer has moved upperMainbest and cheapest outfit for the least money suits to measure at 10 We are closing all onr goods in order to remodel our house Clothing hints shirts anti underwear at your price at StouIIerss new Main street store next dour to Farmcra National Bank 0001l1l1ple summer coats and vests just opened iu nil the Intent end best styles atjlfss tlmn innnufitrturelB cost 10 be cJosed out htoiiirerV new oIIpt8ite1tJli Fjur Applicants lor Curraleen Smith Null Mer ehu Htul Sue and Alma Scrivener were tint only to take extmi Cnlilwelllliprbbablj appy for retention 0 I Having bought in large quantities we are in a position to quote the PRICES Indies ft21j1IllIeextra nice n 25 1 ft orpatentLadle IIe leK Vici Kid 2 button low All The Go patent tip vraiin ton Piz 2J to S E prirfl I I CO O woith worth Si To 2 0 00 00- 25sltmK 75200ilox light or dark shade nil style toes mo fi to II ltCaHill 3 50 won worth 4 3 00 50 Mens Mens Jll8ek Black orTaniciorCalfall8tylcsBizeCtollEand or liiii In nfl lace or on r to 11 VE and KB n 00 worth 3 50 KB 2 00 worth 2 50 8 a Compete s1 01 e IRICE ARNOLDSuccessors to WALLACE RICE g AGENTS MISSES IWE STOCKINGS wwiMoney a rightfabrieinvestment is a investment Clothing 5l IArc Government and Cassimerw and finish Sleeve Satin stitching French of and is with have the fit are ours no to we make 00 do it as cle- wlicroGOVINOTON MITCHELL IflNIJl30LS G at men h C St of chief and once L old brickuiaking ma 15 to J at out own Teachcash- pMies nnplicaiits certflhuateapiilcjl1 following 1I01I1I1I81ln nil LEATHER H3HIY31 Mr Breckinridgo to Speak l diverdents of C U at the Chapel Friday night Illness detained him last week Henry Koehler Companyo Lumber dealers of Louisville Ky in vile correspondtnce with Mill mon buyPoplllrDry or Green Write them apr Gm Dr Combs Acquitted The examining trial of Dr Robert Combs for killing Charles Willoughby recently at College Hill resulted on Thursday last in his acquittal at his trial before Judge Turpin self defense being proven Place to go For luscious bananas ripe apples coltS ico creamsoda water fresh cakes nice candies tobacco and cigars ire to A Dinelle next door lbold Post Office Restaurant open day and night aprl95in WatO 0Reliablespecialty on the market Staple article profitXo 0Midliarrrd riymimili RocksTwenty years a breeder of this one vaiiety stock better than ever before Roosters from E B Thompson New York Eggsi6 to lOt setting Mils M F AlUJUCKLE SilyerjCreek Madison Co Ky ju83m corn amT niUcniliVainUoieTmtcmirer i burned with all its contents Origli- of lire unknown Insurance SlOXfljl which will not cover the loss j R R R Convention Tbe Republican Convention of the 3rd District is iu cession here with 200 delegates The ins IIIIIJOUl l are trivmg it n and down and as we go to press MrOtI who is in11 wIll lire10 heat the whole field to be noininn teili predict Cultond victory if Wood iadowned The Heirs Won The Court of Appeals dismissed the suit of the National Fraternal Union Insurance Co against the heirs of Lafayette Miller deceased The policy of 5000 will have to be paidJt the first trial there was a hung jury at the next a verdict of 5000 was rendered when the company appealed Atntion Every Day Mr J E Greenleaf assignee of L P Todd began yesterday to auction the dry goods stock in tim store next to Richmond National Bank Col For rtythe the glib and gifted auctioneer of Georgetown will cry the into so Mr Greenleaf informs us Auction dally at 10 aII 2 and 7SO pm until the stock is exhausted The Legislative Convention meetlogduct conventions July 1 to name dele gates to the county convention July 3 to name a candidate lor the Legislature for which Messrs Comb and Williams sro announced Each district is en titled to ouedelegale fur every 50 votes or fraction over 25 cast for Bryan Keep Cool Dont Get OxcileJ We have just received a nice line of refrigerators ice boxes water coolers White Manitou ice cream freezers best on earth All kind fUli tackle hooks to catch anything from a sun perch to a channel or mud cat Did we ever say any thing to you about the Deeriug harvest Inachine Well we will6lO you later Call mid see us D B SIIACKKIKORD Co Cost Place to Gel Groccrijs Mr JT Iksasley of Bourbon else where advertises ins new grocery pt the Gus Margoleu stand next to Vhitf 6 Gihfoii phone 107 Mr Jesse Dykes Hiid Mr lams Sullivan two jititl efllcient palepmen are nssfsliug Mr Beaaloy In tending out a fins lot of ctioietv groceries of rll kinds pad we filldiLtclitsJair portion ofifslatrbnngei Ii i Courl Sales Mr J W Bales tells us there were 1000 cattle at the two yards and theyisold as well or better than at any court which means very high prices viz 1 to G per cwt Six cents was refused for a choice lot of yearlings 40ReUersIrorremondouscrowd In town bACIteitip m to elect a new set of officers and adopt a new Constitution and ByLaws All persons owning Jots are expected to he present those not present must abide by what those do that are pres unto P F ADAMS President P SDecoration May 30 Mr ItoU Miller will be invited to deliver address raay33t A Fine Exhibition ol BaseBall STANDIXQ OF TIll OLUBS Won Lost Per Ct Georgetown College2 0 1000 Central Unjvereitv2 1 CCO Centre College1 StsteCollcge0 500 000 Kentucky Univy 0 1000At Georgetown Saturday C U met her first defeat inbaseball this year in one of the finest exhibitions of ball playing we ever saw The teams were evenly matched though nit signs and conditions pointed lo Georgetown put victorjbytheir expectations though it was a sutllcleuc The features of the game were our CapU liicgers nilround work the first nose work of Adams and the home run of C Chatham for a U the left field Lutz and shortstop work of Georgetown absolltelylairMessrs Tyrrell and McMicken We umpiretheGAME IK DETAIL Bigger made a slashing hit past second but was doubled on Halls hnmtl and out at fiat C Chatham own 3d base lino but Norman do- larerl out for getting hit by pitched mail which struck his body after he fouled it- Hinton grounds to P Chatham and ut to Adams Barkley out on his grounder to Adams Kellncr was hit and forced on Downings grounder to Logan who touched second has 00 Norman walks and 2d on V Chat haUls 4 balls Thompson sacrifices both a blUe and out pitcher to first Adams fans Tadlockout 3d to 1st with bases full- Stevens to Bigzer and out 1st Adair iiltsHarris flies to Hall in center and Craft to Bigger and out to 1st 00 Logan walks 21 on bunt by Higger who tiled at let Hall grounds to rd- ounst Chits Chatham hits to riyht and fielder makes great sidewise catch Logan left at second Fin od to Bigger to first Hinton funK Barkley grounds to C Chatham and out at 1st 00 Norman walks but had judgment at tempts second on V Chathams strike Both are nailed Thompsougoes short to first Kelner hits red hot liner to Adams who then drops Bijrgers difficult throw of Downincs hunt Latter steals sec 01 Stevens fans and Adair retires ide on grounder Bigger to Adams 00 Adams jilts beauty over 2d and Jets econd on Logans walk Tadlock lines out to short Bigger lines to center and Logan is doubled at first on beautiful throw indeed Adams make great stop of 0 Chat ronndertflaftdrops Ringolds fly to right but Hinton retires at first on red hot grounderto I Bigger 00 Halt was fooled on a low easy ball third strike and died at 1st C Chat ham walked but was thrown out at 2J by catcher Normau out pitcher to let Uarkley dies at let on grounder to IiiggQr Ieiner fnn Tathiock ImpS but get him at 1st Downing to cen lellpfullyover to Adams 00 This was the seventh inning without a score Y Chatham cracks ontsafel rhompsontJsaCety 8c1ballcrounderLo CChaLhJnsNorman puts fly in shortright field and tafcesil on V Chathains sate grounder to right Both left on Thompson fan C U 6 000Heres where tables were turned Bigger drops high fly from Adair bat latter to 2d on Harris bitto right and to 3rd on Normans wil l throw neil Aduir makes their first score bv Adam dropping Jiatimntns throw of Crafts grounder Ringold out to Hall in editor Hinton sale hit to center scoring Craft soil Harrit as Tndlock railed to trap Halls throw from center Barkley grounds slow one to Adams and beats it out Hinton scores on Down ings high fly which Thompson muffed going to second 011 the error and to 3rd on passed ball Kolner hits bounder striking Adams in face but latter gea plaTadlockand ends agony after five scores had UGGinninjtIegionuds to Kelner antI retired Tndlock smashed a liner that seemec good hut Adair at short leaped to left Jlovedhnndthe runner out Logan flied out to Harris at 2d Adair ttOulmdcd to Bigger to Adam Harris long hit to deep center lands him at 3rd from which he scored on headlhiswild A moment later Ringulils 2base tIck to center scored Craft anti aiiul e monmm broke loose Passed bull sent Ringold to 3rtl where he died on Bark lovaoiitO Ghathnm to Alum lifter flyItjr wa unJvWiili a grutit hn cMiiuhi the hall Ill his nnnnful twls falI but Wlli CHiichtnr 2d Iileirltl th bHHFso along foul to left and lifer struck citit ClmrleH Chatham struck out mid wi were ilefealed after victory seemed certain dt liii still went ilnwh on ollj ortiliffilstchlbitirthS of halluver plnrodlncollog ci cji nf Kentucky up to thdiitalfih Inning CE W c i T ffi 1t t a ts enns aTt asFIINE SHOES Caldwell High School Contest It was with sincere pride and pleas flmdntc Courtdoubtlwith the exhibition The vocal music e a thnjyablowits loath to leave at 930 when the exercises dotedTlhe were a oy declaimer and a duett of girls to erid to Somerset at the Blue Grata springFivespoke for the honor e mrat butheSullivan J C Chenault and C EgWoods was limited to the selection nly one and be was chosen unani mously on tIme first ballotwhch was secretMr T F Harris whose subject The March of Mind was rendered with more polish than any of time others At least two of the others were very fine and their excelul louce was fully appreciated but all points considered they are not yet quite ready to compote with other iu st Glhiesets of contestants Misses Traynor and whiteSing On Misses Traynor and yleTiIl We Meet FoundMissesliiilrightestThe first named was selected by tIme judge Mrs It C H Covin ton Miss Spencer and lrof Sanderson The hit of the evening was the lyPrettybroughtdowneucoredMr A RICP in his solo Jack demonstrated that he has a superb voice that with but little training will be the envy of his sex and a fascina lion to the gentler one Misses Traynor and Coyle and Mes srI Traynor and Rice sang a beautiful quartette Serenade that was well 1aurelsand Mr Rice surprised nil by a voice of great depth and richness Time quartette composed of Misses Traynor White Coyle and Traynor was particularly beautiful in the Rustle cplenmlidhoruses IllfYPattiejustly pleased with her part of the ex hibitfon Principal Clark will again enter the contest with the other institutions of the Blue Grass with confidence of bear ing off many oftlie trophies So mote tbe Twsnigll Just before retiring It your liver la sluggish out ot tune and you feel dull billons constipated take a dose 01 Hoods PillsAnd youll bo all right In the morning SpnnishMinisterleave Madrid this week for Washington In Constipation Herbine affords a natural healthful remedy acting promptly A few small doses will usu ally be found to so regulate the excre tory functions that tbev are able to operate without any aid whatever Price 50 cents Perry Thomas 1m The third annual convention of the Good Citizenship League will be held in Cincinnati this week It is better to preserve health than to mt i youbloodand Je always wellbEvangelist Sam Jones lift wrestle with the devil in Louisville yes terday For Whooping Cough Aathma Bronchitis or Consumption no medicine equal Coussens Honey of Tar Price 25nnd 50 cents Perry and Thomas may3lm Antilynching meetings were held in the Chicago negro churches yesterday If You Are Restless and cannot sleepat night a dose of Ur Bells wilt Jive 811CJIiI cold in one night It heals time throat dieM and lungs cures la grippe perm intently tines not stupefy is harmless Children love it Old people like itGood druggists soil it Pric 25 cents A patent leather trust is to be formed with headquarters at Newark K J 3 othintr has ever been produced lo equal or compare with Fablers Buck alllihlallnjtiIhmitI bleeding external Or intl nal and Itching and Bleeding of the RectuniB The relief is immediate and mire infallible Pried 50c in bottle tubes 75f Perry tScThomrs may3lm With land in London worth 10000 000 an acre there are people who wouldnt mind owning a few feet What it Doe ytimohave almost entirely eradicated it promotesdigeslionmanhiR beJievepurifier we rail get NORAH tiuonrnv1Ifuhmey Tennessee Revorntionhjtheir own account chronicdinrrhe JtlastClmamjiimerlaimism lietnrdy P E GIUSHAK Gaars Mills Liu For Piilo by Perry Thomas lui The snuff tinst has snIP ed2tOOO worth of stamp taxes into Now Jerseys trcaanry uiliplfNaur ritmjwf to uso even mst perfect reiu edips only whuii needed TieHe tanl IIIit81mpIAIlIjIl1lle r6ia jdv 1s the byCaiioraia Ul c K lIr Whooping Cough I had a little boy who was nearly dentS rom an attack of wboophngcouglm Mt neighbors CliamberlainV ough Remedy I did not think that medicine would help him but af ter giving him a few doses of that remedy I noticed an improvement and one bottle cured him entirely It is thehOIlBOJPa For sale by Perry and homas may3lm Arkansas has kicked out the trusts without ceremony New and Valuable agencies are combined in Dr ells PineTarHoney It advances a new in the treatment of coughs c olds lung and bronchial troubles It ives immediate relief to consumptives Philadelphias Zoo has just caged a d eficit Coughed 25 Years- I suffered for 25 years with a cough and spent hundreds of dollars with octors and for medicine to no avail un PlneTarhloneyhis HOSELLGrants The small scare at Elizabeth town has subsided- Ballards Snow Liniment cures Rheumatism Neuralgia Headache Sick Spmin5BruiH8 penetratinltcents and CO cents Perry and Thomas unay3lm President McKinley and party went on a visit to time cruiser Raleigh To Cure a Cold hOne Hay rake Laxative Brorno Quinine Tablets All druggists refund money if it fails o cure 25c The genuine has L B Q on each tablet novOtim A colony of Mormons will leave Lewis county fur Utah Pfotlfcrc CUBAN OIL cures Cut Burns Bruises Rheu matism and Sores Price 25 cents Sold by Perry Thomas raccessora to W O White negromurdererwashan Perfect Health depends upon the proper digestion and assimilation of Food Di estos Tablets aid imperfect digestion 25c at all druggists Fire at Pittsburg caused a loss of 210000 anti several business houses wero destroyed Unless a woman eats sufficient nour ishing food she can neither gain nor keep a good complexion Food when digested is the base of all healthall strength and all beauty Herbine will youimePerrykMurderer Kirves of Dayton Omust suffer death in the electric chair Many old soldiers now feel the et f t enduringImeRossville York county Penn who theIa severe lately he says and procured a bottle of Chamberlains Pain Balm It did so much good that I would like to know what vou would charge me for one dozen bottles Anderson wanted it both for his own use and to supply it- ot his friends and neighbors as every family should have a bottle of it in their home not only for rheumatism tit lame hack sprains swellings cuts ruises and burns for which it is unequalled For sale by Perry and- ThomAs may 31m The town of Cheek in Indian Territory was burnetllJown The Worst Cold I Ever Had You can cure it In one night with Dr Bells PineTariloney 25c at all druggists cure no pay s lighthipo f wireless telegraphy pallorIonsdarifngwastroubled rosy hue of health with a few doses of Whites I ream Vermilnge Price 25c Perry Thomas inay3lm Scores of children are suffering with measles iu Vanceburg and Lewis county In the spring time blrdu are singing As they build their summer home spriuingOerIn frtJJhteclVithdeslgntedSitrmmals In the spring that tired feeling Makes you every duty shirk stealingRatherBut theres something known that will a Man to health and vigor hjart SarsapariilaJust may3lin In Clinton county James Neal stab bed and seriously injured W H Woodsotia Methodist minister Planters CUBAN RELIEF cure- sCoUcenrIlgtftnd Toothache nfivemnutm Sourtnmseh anti Summer Coxnplsimau Price 25 Cents Sold by Perry Thomas Successors to W 0 White Chirmnn Barnett does not think Attorney General Taylor Is anxious to run for Governor Tetter SaltIUioum and Eczema The intense Itching and smarting inch lent to theso diseases is instantly allayed by tipplying Chamberlains Eye and cKin Oiutment Many very lad wscs lave been permanently cured by it H ha for itching piles nafl imiuplea4iappoilnd lIltomc sorn eyes itts prboa I Sir Catljrt CnHIIfra rowgers are Jn a horse needs when m b tl cpadifciuh Tonic blood jpniifier and rmitnge Thel8l9uot food but niedicino use to put a tujree la prirao eQsd4rPT1C 23 jeptS per package i J lOT1MIIAINI IRE Busy Bee Cash Stores Bargains Shrivel up Competiton Their SPRING ANNOUNCEMENTS meet the coolest shrewd deliveryappoint They are always better than expectation See the tempting list below yard1obatyardGoodyardGoodBest grade Haul Tick inir 71 to Hc yard yardBestyard13est In this Hot Bargain Sale we are naming Special Prices on Table Linens Napkins and Doilies They will go very fast at prices named largest dry goods importing houses the East will pay you them Ready Wear Department showing beautiful line Ladies See Our Line of Lace Curtains- Dot Swiss Curtains Oil Shades Carpets Mattings Oilcloths Curtain Poles Trunks Valises etc We showing largest assortment of these goods to seen this side the large cities Hot Bargain prices a guarantee for their cheapnessI We the We in iu on MT NEW the Gus stock from will the the SAME STAND On Main Street next door Bank We will keep hand a full line and and BLES We have added to the stock and you will find most kept a The is invited cull and stock and get LOW CAH Yours Very 0 Nice Dress Ginghams C 61 and 7Jc yard yardjjs35cQJ Clover Leaf Damask Towels are now only 10 cents eachfebutton and Shoes pat only The Sunday Shoes good quality only OSc 9 Mens Cassiinere Pants black blue The pair Boys Knee Suits are all Double Knee and SuitingsSilkof the in it to look at In our to we are a of Silk Bargainprices are the be of Our are r of we at to the on of in to our our Our kid lace tip and per Our Scat a Have Received 0o And put on sale a fresh lot of But Q termilk Toilet Soap price Sc a cake II the best Toilet Soap used We are cakeeWe9 New Dress New Laces and new Try a pair theythea Get Our Hot Bargain Prices on All Kinds of Hosiery have placed on sale Red Hottest line of Clothing ever shown in this city carrY everything favor this sea son this department Get our Hot Bargain Prices this line before purchasing elsewhere Respectfully W jj OLDIIAM COMPANY STERLING AND GEORGETOWN UROCERY J Having purchased Margolen Million Greeuleaf continue business Richmond National constantly STAPLE FANCY GROCERIES FRUITS VEGETA already largely anything firstclass Grocery public cordially inspect PRICES Respectfully Phone Beaslevm 0Ladies We Just Cassino Ribbons Trimmings Hambergs RICHMOND AUCTION AS ASSIGNEE OF LEWIS P TODD BEGINNIIS7G MONDAY MAY 1ST And continuing until the goods are dis poseloft I will sell tit auction beginning mat 10 oclock a m 2 piii and 7 pnithe stock of Dry Goods etc in the store room on Main Street next to IUch 1110111 National Dank Major Forsythe of Paris will entertain the crowd J E GREENLEAF Assignee r L fl 4tf7I7I7lf7I 7 7 lMM 7I7 1I7tf TrrHilf CJ h T Is Now in Session if I7ifArid v every delegation in attendance is I llOrdihg lily convinced that iI r we lead the procession in Style Quality and Price in I W P wI Men s Ladies and v w Children Pine Shoes+ andOeflts FurnLshingOQIods 1 Gal1 and l e tlCedo these facts arid reap cxhic of the benefits of this Jii grcatcnjcntiir rijow 111 scsSonat tt 1 i rc 1 1 UGlAS J 8 IGUT 4 I aiIII fl Ii j Stt i 207 WEST MAIN STREET it 1 71 J I r V1i j II a f r r flf TTT c- vri l l h r w C l PrJfitSiows thrCJ5 h I Ji 1 = oC c C + n = L1 r 11WantedAn IdeaWho can think simplo tartPntProtect Idnu thy may tinny7oii wealth Write JOHN VtDDE1U3U Patent Attor csya Waihlasuln D Cfor their prize offer and list ot two hundred Invention wanted m RIN I B1 R1H i Time Table No 33 Taking Effect Mon- dayI May 2 1808 41stClass MClassC No3 No Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex Ban AM PM AM 0 Versailles 10 M 5 si 5 30 Niehblasvillo 11 02 7 M 8 48 Valley View 26 8 00 8 0MlllioB 41 8 13 S 50 t Richmond ofoIUnion K 13 Moberlcy 12 16 12 30 10 25 12 SS 1040 Irvine 1 05 35 S No 10 WEST KxSunEx8unJExSunExSnn PM PM AM tAM 2 11 M i anola 225 1 nrassfleldf 230 120- Moberlcy 241 145 Union 2 47 Kichmond 6 05 3 15 2 15 fl Million 620 330 300 Valley View f U 3 45 3 25 r Nicholasvllle 6 SS 410 4 Versailles 7W 5 00 6 10 i A C P Cp7iii I AH trains connect with Louisville Southern trains to and from Louisville All trains connect with C N O T P trains to and from Cincinnati J W HOCK Train Dispatcher W U ADAMS Snoerintcndent j j Wantedfcn IdeaWhn can think tlmplo to patent xrt g VnerWaablnCIAn D C for their IIUJ prize uer ad Us tnYcnUOflS wauw L Z trJ 0 t tc II- w rI I C t 8 tJ Il g g g nZ j 1 cJtnrnst Ioq its cCo z Jn ti nCS4 2 ITI I S a CoJI = ss c4IIoltIIHjp 6 11r 14HHH u Iioo wPIv aSEassSs ttt 2= w f i8S 2S23 y n SDR CAICWIIL3N rrnRrOr iiti R i1vy1 In Effect December 5 1898 DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY Pm nm pm pm 2 Ot 6 Lye Richmond Ar I 10 120 2 M 7 Winchester 42 6 25 I IIi Maysville 850 I 49 30 Paris S 40 5 10 6 fl ie ss Oool1tetown 7 50 4 28 119 20 Ar lrankfost Lye 100 3 40 Ak for Ucket via Paris n n uk J d 1lNEWTONGPAho Time of Trains at Wlncheter Ky WEST nOUND lilt Steeling and Lexington Accoin 6 M am HHtrrn Expree for Louisville 7 30 am Morchead and Lexlnllton Aecom 300 pm New York LImited P F V 4 pm EAST BOUND LeiIuto and Morelicad AOOODL am New York Limited F F V1158 am Lextfigton and lilt Sterling Accom 630 pm Waithtngtonl4xpresa 23 Ill Accommodation traine run dally except SUn d dailyThrough car service to New York lor Information rotes or sleeperrosclTations cnlloaorwrite K ROOD Agent LNRy Richmond Ky or OXOROR W DARNEY- p p A C ORy Lexington Ky The present schedule of Illinois Central Rail road in addition to shortening the time to Memphis and New Orleans has made it Easier Than Ever to reach all points In Arkansas Texas Mexico Arizona and California The Illinoilljr Limited is equipped makes it Easier Than liver to take a trip to the above mentioned territory The Central Is the only line which runs Free Reclining Chair Cam and Vestibuiled trains weeklyPullman 25pmArr45praLve i 4SaIDITlu it Tie ffiitw Real ti bSforih Parties desiring to make a comfortable trip to tho territory mentioned vill do well to com municate with R H Fowler Traveling Passen ger Agent Louisville Ky Wit ALFOO KCLLOND A G P A A H JUNSox G P A Lonlsville Ky Chicago Ill dec29lv SOUTHERN RtIILWtIY I IN KENTUCKY Schedule In effect Dc IS 1808 EASTBOuND Nol NaS No1 Lv Loubvllle 74Uani laopm 74 pm Ar Shelbyvllio0Gam 0pm 807pm 9tOpmtm Ar Lexington iUVam 643pm 1035pm WE8TUOUXU No C NaS No 4 c Iv Lexington7mazn 42 pm 51fam Ar VersailleslAtoni 4ftpm 337am Ar Larcnccbi 8nknn Sol51m 655am i Ar SholbyvilleOllnm 005pm 633am J Ar Louisville Mum 735pm 755am f f ObsatioeIngum i KA8TI500KD WESTPOCMIX No Nt11t STATUixs NoTla No iipm 1 Ijoul vtl Ar 735pm I0i40am- pm SiSSuiDJAr I iroebtvAr MOpm aiOam 7SOamIEJISTBODKD wEsTifl3fl- Na 15tNoT67 STATIONS Iso ISltNaW 330pm 740am lv toulsvll Ar ia40am 7S3pm iIpmt6IIpm lLltm Ar Midway Ar 7Slam 3Ispzn 7l0pml3Ulpm Ar Georctn Lv 700aml lOOpm WESTBOUNDf i j lUttam 705pm Ar NlchlvllI Ar 8Sam 355pm 300pmIj STATtONS No I No 3 745pmArKnoxvilleiwpm 745am 1Ar115pmArJacksonville 1I00Lm- Chattanooga LSIpm Cl05am Oa1DiAr Jacksonville g55am 955pm CIl5amjAr1 havanaLlniIiadcnrries Atlantabeontun fir Cbatlandt with PillronnSlncpiDr car for NewOrlcon Free Cbaircanrbctwecn Lou carsICnt coachea Train No S tnnln Pullman Slecpne car betwen Uulsvllle Clittun oa nd flIrming taxingionAt1antaNochane toevPrleanDally except Sunday z4 A WzzRn ITA sTsvinMaavXr IexIngtThhyit st Z An Excellent Coiubbiatlen iTh ple san method and beaeficinl effects of the well known remedy STOUP or FIGS manufactured tby the CAUFOiuaA Fia SYRUP Co illustrate the value of obtaining the liquid laxa beItastd and acceptable to the system It 1s the one crIect strengthening laxa cffectua11ydispelling gently yet and enabling one to overcome habitual constipation permanently Its perfect freedom from every Objectionable quality and sub stanceand its acting on the kidneys liver and bowels without weakening tbcideallaxaIn the process of manufacturing figs arc used as they are pleasant to the taste but the medicinal qualities of the remedy are obtained from senna and other aromatic plants by a method known to the CALIFORNIA FIG SVBUP Co only In order to get its beneficial effects and to avoid imitations please remember the nlluame of the Company printed on the front of every package CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO SAN TTIANCISCO CAL LOUISVILLE KT NEW TrOHK K Y For sale by all Druggists Price SOc per bottler Jan51y 35 ECONOMIST RANGES en 1I CQc P1 1 rtJlUJ Roofing Guttering and GeneralJob Work LADUE MTHt SDR CALCVEIISN t I S F Rock 1 t ++ + + +i FORt3we tt vAttCt tS + 4S 4+ 4+4+ + Six of the best Fire Insurance Com + + panics In the United States Losses paid + promptly 4 T ms T In the Prudcntal you are offered the 4 + best Life Insurance attainable and on + 4 the most approved plans In Accident 4 4 Insurance we again rive the best We 4 4 will not transact business with irrespon + 4 Bible companies 4 f 26J Second Street 4 Upstairs tle21YI +44 + 44+ 444444+ 444+4+4 For E Ic Fivit 1y MOO1oM M MOO I will offer for sale privately my House and Lot situated on the corner of North and 7th propertyThoble and other necessary outbuildings the lot contains about 90x90 feet The price will be reasonable for carh WILLIAM ENGLISH novOtf Richmond Ky REGENEROCOMPLETE BLISS The Great Lost Vitality Makes the Wale Situg FRENCII IE1u3Ysrnow wlihln easy reach rerv Amrrfcan- M dar treatment Is imIUvcly cnarantcol to cure the most coinpllcatcd cnso of Ncrrons Uobllltr ot A quIcklyNewoflhr use of UiiliViitO Young men will gain their lost manhood ami Old Men will rccoTei tefollllron1SperniattorbeaIghtIy Despondencyabuse orsoiuil excess anil indiscretion which nnSts one for business study or marrUee KEG EVEIIO whyitthat Is why It gives Visor ami Action anti restores Pen1lcrtiiatitrhyIe pair clrihs InMunppnUivIo ItEiJITNKKO perboxcurnCtrcularsc2SCotumbuaAUUIIUflUt For sale In Richmond by Perry Thomas Druggists ept21ly fiselet Wilson Sewing Machine Rotary Motion aid Bali Bearings 1Id A v i iV Heres Your Chuce See Extraordinary Offers l y The Climax The CLIMAX wants five hunred new subscribers by the first of UICDOW year In order to xeach this end some extraordinary induce inenbrwllt bo snade Until fnrtiier iotico the following will be offered to subscribers The CLIMAX and TheTVeek Ily Louisville Dispatch 125 The CLIMAX and the Home and Farm 130 The CLIMAX and either the Cosmopolitan Munseys or McClurers Magazine 200 The CLIMAX and the Louisville daily evening post 3The Richmond CLIMAX and Twiceaweek Courier Jour nal both for one year 160 The CLIMAX and Weekly Cincinnati Enquirer 150 The CLIMAX and OhioFarm 190 The CLIMAX can also furnish any paper published in the United States or Europe at reduced rates FOWl ACES op MAN The milk trust reaches tho infant as he first sees tho world the ice trust cools him ill the summer the coal trust keeps him warm in the winter while the coma trust Wait to receive him whon lifes fitful dream is oerFrom William J Bryans Speech at Milw u kee April 13 law The little baby born today Forced into a world lie does not know With eyelids closed at first approach Not knowing whither its feet may 10 Opens wide its startled eyes And reads in letters large and cleAr Painted on the cottage door MILK TRUST LOCArED HERE Lifes summer comesthe babe has grown Into a youth as all babes grow He plays at games and goes to school And sows wild oats as all youths sow But fever comes with summer sun Bringing to his parents many a tear While painted on the fence he sees ICE TRUST LOCATED HERE Old ago has come his tattered frame Is fcobla and his limbs are weak And cold while in his chair he sits Near the fire its warmth to seek When peering through the open door Across the street lie reads with fear A big sign painted on the wall COAL TRUST LOCATED HERE His time is up and death has called To take him from this mortal soil Anti boar him to thegreat beyond And from this worlds strife and toil And as betakes his last long breath His eyes stare out with mortal fear For on the wall ho reads this sign COFFIN TRUST LOCATED HERE ADDENDA I wonder if in days to come When all the trusts are gathered home By Satan in the lower sphere If they wont find on hades gate In letters big and round and great FIRE TRUST LOCATED HERE WlLLAB MCOKMIOK NEW YOBS PASSIONS Jaunty Spring jackets of lightest blue serge are trimmed with black silk braid A fetching costume is of blue net polkadotted with red and made up over a red silk lining The coolest kind of a dress for Sum mer wear is of Chinese or Japanese silk Blue is essentially tho pet color of the season It appears in every shade ono ever saw or imagined from the palest baby tint to an almosf purplish hue The pineapple gauzes from tho PhiU ippines are having a great run They slightly resemble organdies and remade tip over silk linings All the nainsook and sheer white frocks shown by Best Co for little girls are trimmed with much hand work Between finger tucks appears much fine lace or embroidery Persian patterns are great sellers They appear both in silk and cotton weavesThe of the Ascot tie ended some time ago but it is predicted that it looms up in the near future in conjunction with a severely plain shirt waist beyond the neckwear affectations A of todnyIsilk cut an overskirt simulation in white lace Any sort of bodice may be worn with thisFrench mothers give a dash of color to their babies outfits A blue ribbon is tied around the left arm if the child be a boy and if a girl pink is the designating color Every woman realizes the Importance of a perfect corset and the only flawless one is that which is made right in the first place Then one can rely upon its keeping Its shape as long asit lasts That is the reason why all good dressers select the R G The tall linen collar has given place hisdAughters ua1Ivand business standing and intelli gence A yonnf man who suffers from i11 hiibealthisagainst the human race While all diseases may not be directly inherited the conititn inherItedchances are that his children will have predlspositlonThe young man who suffers from bron chiLi weak lungs spitting Wood or whicbifufglected VeryWitJsalmost takeninandlungsoration drives out all impurities and dis audbuildsPutsburghMiiUomy wife d jnt wapt tqkeep anythingyou I must tell you I am the stage commencedtakIngI Uld then only speak In whispers 1 have trut1igruetiyl8 tY5aotbwag never b tt rcc ittlon formerly I c-Mot 1atwitlonow I aw i Hei p i1ftJIurechildren need r fg l c rarely cvcrrncdf thty do nOt tkive rfitrI food somcthing is They need a Iittk1- Illip I to get their digestive i- lmachja working propcrly t i iJjt S BMli1Jl IJii 1 COD LaVER HLW- llllPOPH05PlrrE5 orLtEODA twill gdzra1Iyc3rrzcL this i difficulty I j If you will putjrom one J fourth to half teaspoonfuJf I in babys boitlc = 1 thrcs a thy you will soon see 1 Tl marked improvement For I hrgsr children from half ta 1 a teaspoonful according tof4ag c dissolved inpieir i 1if you so dtsirci will Very j t soofl show Its great nourish = jjtt powetII the mothersi I rnii I baby she needs the emu IT sian It will shvan effect 1 I at once both upmoth- rIi child I Isoc fldioo all dtuwm i SCOTT h BOWNE Chemists New York jLttIt +II I IIIIII to a pretty little turndown affair hem stitched and embroidered and edged with lace White tulle neckties cbveredai Lhe endawith rows of narrow tulle ruch ings are pretty and becoming EVELYN CABL- ECORJESPONDI3NCI3 RICE STATION Mr Norman Taylor of Kips Station was at the Station SatnrtlTjv Miss Addie Wagers of Station Camp was herefor a short time Thursday Miss Nora Elliott of Ianola has been a guest of Miss Annie Kerby for sonic Ttitiie Uncle Matt Barnet quite an old gentleman ofAhis vicinityhas been sick for some titno bunowab1e to baoutMr l Jack Taylor sol oem hogsheads of tobacco iu Louisville this week He disbelieves in trusts now more than ever MrFant Richardson is now one of the Rice Station boys as he is employed at tub foreat Eastern Hotel of which Chas Rice is proprietor Hyram Blytho is Kiirnin charcoal for Wagers and Rice He has fire in two large pits and is preparing three more Wagers and Rico have contract ed for 18 car loads A very delightful supper and puny was given Miss Lucy Webber at the home of Mr and Mrs JJruto Guinm Saturday night celebrating Miss Web bers nineteenth birthday Messrs JonahxWagers and W L Rico returned Thursday from Cincin nati where they have been for ten days purchasing spring goods for their three stores in this county They bought a large stock Joe S Gardner and Simp Wagers visited Henry and WilliS Hubbard Monday pight and had a blgfisliing spree catching a nice lot of tile water birds Now hiis4wasinteetVair wd of jolly old batchelors They may do well enough with a hook and line but have never been able to catch the gal they call Caroline i Vrr 70 r RM Qujnnjjhas recovered from a speUotRrip r w V W J Woodsou who was wanted at Estill circuit court has been spending a few days at Ford Miss Eliza Witt wife of School Superintendent W S Wilt is last rccov erinp from a spell of fever Capt J II Amerino has just re turned from a visit in Rockcastle coun ty where his best girl lives Judge Tharp is talking of connect- Ing a wheat roller mill to his saw and grist mills this is much needed in Estill S K Friend and Eon Andy died April land 8 only ten hours difference in death The father died with grip and sou with consumption f A Sunday school Was organiied at Providence church to meet each Sun day afternoon at 330 oclock with T J KingSupt JbcTStivere asstJ W TurpinSei LI Brave Men Fall Victims to stomach liverand Jidnoy troubles as well as women and all feel th results in loss of appetite poisons in the blood backache nervousness headache and tired listless rundown feeling But theres 110 need to feel like tbat Listen to J W Gardner Idavillo Iud LHe says Elf Bit tens are just the thing for a man when he is all lnnI down and dohl pare whether he lives or dies It did more to give me new strength and good ap petite Jhan anyihjng JjCojild lake I can now at anjtliing mid have wa new lease on life iOplylK cegts aWerry trboiit frug StOre Every bottle gnariuitecd v J I f rtHAS BEEN THERE HIMSELF It V r is not Knnerallyknowiithafein old Kentucky where the Southorn dea Is supposed to obtain in all purity here is a school in which perfect equality of the races istausiit but such Is the case and the fact is made more promi nen by a recent donation of 50000 to the institution Wft refer to KereaCo lege in Madison county which was founded souia fortyodd emir ago by Rqy John G Fee and lieu Cassitis Jt Clay rampant abolitionists Under many difficulties It now lisa Some 700 pupils about equally do vided between ropIeteXttem fO3It idM3p tfse1UntH- esameray there bcingjip illstinctiou what iaifavor of the white nu A i i dti 4 7 3 Colored viflUoraTmore r flf disttii- gulshed are entertained In tie ifouse ijolds of the mnenabersaf the faculty who aro mostly while teachers from the Northern States Atone of their commencements we saw white girl students and colored exchange kisses of greeting with as much apparent satisfaction as though both were Of theme colorll J Newlon in Owenton H aldr1 f County Court Days MondayiRichm day Lexington Fayctto county second tMonday Stanford Lincoln bounty eecondiMon iy Georgetown Scott county third Mon dayI f Danville Boyle county third Monday Kicholasviljc Jessamine countythird Monday Winchester Clark county fourth Monday Versailles wooclford county fourth Monday iS 3HlJious liven Awsy It is corUiinly gratifying to the pub lic tojktiow bf ouu concern in tho laud who aro nt afraid to be gpnerous to ttiof tic tly arid suderihjr Tiroproprie tors of DrKings Now Discovery for Consumption Coiitjhs and Colds have given away over ton millions trial bot tics of this groat medicine mid have tho satisfaction of knowing it Into absolutely cured thousands pf hopeless gases Asthma Bronchitis Hoarse ness and all disease of the Throat Chest and Lungs are surely cured by it Call on Perry Thomas Druggist Successors to W G White and get a trial bottle free regular size 50c and Eery bottle guaranteed or price re funded 3 A Mountain Republican Whooping Things Up For Chcnaiill This is the way the Campion orres pondent Supple Jack loosens up his shouting apparatus forMadisons Dem ocratic candidate for Auditor And there is tho gallant J B Chen ault of Madison candidate for Dem ocratic nomination for auditor Of course every Democratic in Wolfe coun ty will support him for Ike Combs says With such men as the above named on our ticket as strong a Republican as I am I would gladly vote for them and would send my friends in the Sandy valley word to do likewise Chenault is a man of ability and would reflect credit oithis constituents He is the poor mans friend mid the wind harps of the forest will over sing his praise Let everlasting ages roll Hurrah for Chenault Let flowers bloom and palm trees wave Hurrah for Chenauh Let this world die in earth quake struggle and be buried amid a procession of planets and a dirge of spheres Hurrah for Chonanlt April 17 SUPPBE JACK Jack old sport you are a darliug As a whoopernp you take tho cake Special Rates to Louisville During Month of May 99 via Tha Southern Railway Note dates on which you can go to Louisville cheap Spring Meeting New LbufsvYlle Jockey Club tickets on sale May 3 to 19 good to return May 22 Rate one and onethird farefor tho roundtrip On May 4 Derby Day May 11 Clark Stakes and May 20 Kentucky Oaks only one fare for the roundtrip tickets good two days to return May Musical Festival Tickets on salo May 8 9 and 10 good to return May 11 One faro roundtrip Southern Baptist Convention Tickets on sale May 8 to 12 inclusive good to return 15 days from date of sale One fare roundtrip Travelers Protective Association Tickets on sale May 15 and 1C good to returu May 22 One fare roundtripFor and further information call on or address nearest Agent Southern Railway or Win H Tayloe Asst Gonl Pass Agent Louisville Ivy IWOMEN HT TEOUBLBf Tho Approach of Motherhood is the Occasion of Much Ansiety to All ordealthroughing a mother The pain and suffering which is in store for her is a source of constant anxiety fear and dread to say nothing of tho danger which the coming incident entails Tho Joyous anticipations with which sho looks for ward to babys coming gives way to an indescribable dread of the ordeal when she fully realizes the critical and trying andhuveWomen should hall with delight a remedy which insures to them im munity from the pain suffering and danger incidental to childbearing Such a remedy is now offered and women need not fear the hour of childbirth Mothers 1ri ndis a scientific linimentand if used before preparesthoand changes it is undergoing insures safety to both child and takes her through the event with corn wonderfulwoman who has used it inMotherspricelesswhohaveperiod of womans liflthe approach and culmination of motherhood praisefortheir most trying hour and when somedaylittle book Before Baby is Born shoeldbetsedbenefit to till expectant mothers and will bo pent free to any address upon RegulatorCbmpany LEGAL TEST 16036 Bccord229 i fourth beat In a race on a ball mile track Sired by the great Election rer the only horse with 167 In 200 byWlJlhson Of Uambletonlanl0 3d darn Lasrrv Keene byllambletonian 10 all producing dam anyhorsespeed and 230 performers and bi son Chicles is the champlontrotting Stallion aa a sire at fast awl consUtentTacc horses having to hU credit seven with average records of 21U a dUMnctloti wtlcli is not equaled even by the WnVes or any of hU sons TiK public U rell acquainted with euch noted Fantasyfominyyear the IcadlnK stars of the rut The get t l thtf great horse also bold the records for yearling twoyearold and three trotters welllBtwithfourouncoTshoe in lOot antI behind andte ot151tto1ncpr54nzB HMEJLLE 0 c1 ca z r ALl WOMEN Should know that tho Old Time Kenlcdy Is tho best for Female Trestles Corrects nil Irregularities In Female Organs Should be takin for Oavyi o Ute and boforo Childdrill Plasters Ti Tim ROTeHcs havo Stood the test for twenty years SIajoalrtr row Spencer MiKIIdneGv Qiat tanevci tmnenee Perry Thomas druggists successors to W O White dec8Iyr All druggists sell DrMiles Korvo Plasters e rill lU1JfJIR I tAM ee YEARS sudnevernand any remiy equal to lit JJeUa FineIn reliefInweak etrons Mrs 21 A UeualfcU O r r I 2 or AYE m 12 weighs 9 rccclvel t u t 1 U3aPSSa 0 e a Sa a aaeSa I pLEASE TRY ii I iI CANDY CATHARTIC Io25c 50c 0 CUC U SS C C SU se a aaCS S S U S U r = i fWJIt Ring tho old Ring in the new Ring tho false Ring in the true d 3g to you the new and true from tho piney of Norway DR BELLS PineTarHoney Natures most natural remedy improved by science to a Pleasant Permanent Positive Cure for and all inflamed surfaces of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes The weary coughworn Lungs are exhila rated the microbebearing mucus is cut out the- II cause of that tickling is removed and inflamed i membranes are healed and soothed so that there is no inclination to cough I DRUGGISTSIllBE YOU GET Dr BIlls PlntTarHMty For sale by Perry Thomas successors to W White AND TIMEING FINE WATCHES All Work Guaranteed SPECIALTYU LANE owIJI cS OFTTOIAN 2ND STREET RICHMOND K- yYYYYYM7J 7I7IF 17ii 7Ir y y- a4 Ls e SAY IE y You tell your folks that when in need of any thing in the Hardware Tinware or Stove line not tostop until they get to the Old Reliable House of D B SH ACKELFORD l CO They are now buying for p I 7 Fsffist And receiving the Largest and Most Complete Xy Stock for the Spring trade that ever came to Richmond They have had a lifetine expel ii ience in the hardware business and they think W they know the peoples wants They arc pre pared to sell you anything in the hardware for less money than you can get the same goods 7anywhere Now when you are not trading with just keep your hand your rabbitWfoot and your eye peeled for hoodoos D E1HAKEFO RD i MPANY MAIN STREET RICHMOND KY 7f 7i 1 71 7171 71 71fT1- IU injinnnixnnriJinjinJinruxrtnnnnnnrinnnnniTrutnrinruinnnn 2 HIGHEST GRADE f +44+44 + +4+4+44+4+ I BICYCLE GENTS COLUMBIAN 2050 I BEST BICYCLE BUILT I FACTORY TO RIDER DIRECT Alt we require is 100 down balance payable after rideriWe arethe only factory in the United States selling direct to We guarantee our goods for two years most literal guarantee ever given S I We give more options than the regular dealers You can have your choice of color hcighth of frame any gear desired Our bicycles have all the latest Improvements large tubing flush Joints large arched crown drop banger etc FOR CATALOGUE GIVING FULL DESCRIPTION TODAY llIprockeis COLUMBIAN CYCLE duu1111lUtlUIUIUUU1JUlUIUUUUUlI1l1J1JU 5apt263m COJ WHAYNJ3 MKO CO- o FOURTH LOHWVKLKKr- mch22 r- OT O nT 10T 5at tIghtDrabmllpenhattookltrstpnlzcat lshThorourohbredfrlTfor Drake lbs ducks lbs Litngio1loriS Orderafilleci orderas Harry JS Morgtt JI1C tf WhIte Station 4 CCUUS CDS out out We forests cougfis colds sore the SURE REPAIRING line 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AL55arahallLexington 57 50 ia D B Jones Lexington S6 50 162 on OR Marshall Loxinlon 50 ISIs AsherCo Lexington 49 14100 Vf F White Estate Lofsgtqn 165 to A L Marshall Lexington 56 50 162 00 W F White Estate Lexington 57 A L Marshall Lelxington 5650 Is 00 F White Estate Lexington 57 50 i6 II W F White Estate Lexington f 7 50 00 E Robertson Lexington 56 50 152 SY F White Estate Lexington 57 5O1 00REGULAHREDElPTIONVf F White Estate Lexington 57 50 1i 97wD II Good Estate Lexington 53uO 153 00 Lexington 28 50 D B Good Estate Lexington S3 153 00Asher Lexington 31 50 IiiW92ALMarshallA L Marshall Lexington 57 50 165 00 Total 8929 Zi 56651 ZaSSJOAFor further information address A SMITH BOWMAN SECY Lexington Ky MRS AT MILLION Local Agent Richmond Ky Sell Your Ilides AND BUY YOUR Seed Potatoes at Thurmans- We pay the Highest and sell for the Lowest Prices on etlrth- THTJRMAN GROCERY Co Con MAIN AND CIIEAPSIDE RICHMOND KY 1eeeaOCleecoooo e OS000e 0seseesesss ss se Cs U 0e 0 n 1 TOE iiig 9- u UIJI g 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