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Digital page images are linked to the text file. iiL F 1 IJUL r a q1 c t t crTI1EIRICHMOND CLIMAX r j 4f iTII50qe5 1 oL Tnl B UlDII WI 0 Assurance kisly OK THE UNITED STATHS GRIGSBY RIUNCEY General Agents East 1n Kentucky THE BEST OF THEM AUll LIPPINCOTTS QAZIN Contnln n complete novel In every namI r ad titl ii ton lirjjc quantity or useful nA alcrtalnlns reading matter Xo ronflnirml nformi rhlls nrti obJecflonnbte to inot reuder It should be In every honschold Subfcripnon S3OO jer year AkMts wanted In every town to whom the moet liberal Inducements will bo offered j B uppntcorr COMPANY lub11 hers PHILADELPHIA PROFESSIONAL CARDS ArOItTT RW MILLER ATTORSEYATLAW RIrHMOND KENTUCKY Oflice in the Burnam Building next door to armvri National Bank feb3ly StTLL1V eNJ ATTOKN EYTLAW KHMIMOXI KENTUCKY Oilice over Taylors Hardware store op piite Court IIouRe on Main Street HOGG ATTORNEY AT LAW UWIIlom KENTUCKY Vice No 13 First St up stairs 3130 J C Dl1 OHENAULT ATTORNEYS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY office on Second street over Chen anliM grocery PHYSI01ANS DUS GIBSON GIBSON PJtYtCfA N AND SURGEON PICHMONB KENTUCKY iflice in the Joe Ccilint building and to Sec od Street over While old drugstore 17 CHAS HOOKER I ETERINARY SURGEON Graduate Ontario Veterinary College Viirrinary Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty Office up stairs over store recently accu ri1 by Richmond Harness Co East 8t In limond lyapr7l7If C JASPJ2R M D Medicine and Surgery iflice Collins Huildine MainStreet TYicphoiie nt reiitlenee the Oirr place on Broadway KiciiMovD KENTUCKY EVANS M D Gw PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON RICHMOND KENTUCKY DR T J TAYLOR Practitioner in Jfedicw and Surgery RICHMOND KENTUCKY aomee and residence on Second Street DENTAL SUIWP- T1t a ttt1t stobSO DENTIsT or LOUISVILLE Kv iriOITice next door to Government Building RichmSnd Ky Office houre 9 to 121 to 4 novlTly Four nice rooms for rent Call at Dental Office of Dr Hob- son next door to ostolfice Dt FRED lIST eOiacc over Collln Grocery same offlce lately occupied by Dr W W llurgia JanlSly Dr Louis II Landman No 510 West Ninth Street Cincinnati Ohio will be at the Hotel Zimmer Richmond Ky on WEDNESDAY lilY 10 1899 returning every second Wednesday o each month Reference every physician of Illch mood Ky tebl6ly KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY Ul CUE Pi int LniB 1I Jj- ERAKY BIBLE MEDICAL AND COM MERCIAL COLLEGES Tuition fur Literary and Bible Coarse 22 i year More than twenty teachern J100C gymnasium Thousands of successful alumni Social and moral welfare of students recelv siiectal attention to both sexes Ko catalogue address the President jly- 27tfZLLIIETflAL I SHORT LINE TO I NeWQrleans BestLineto- ARKANSAS TEXAS MEXICO AND CALIFQRNIA Pnllraan Tourist Sleeping Car lean Louis Tme every Thursday night and run throng to San FrancUco Ask ticket agent for particulars or writ AgenlLoulsTll1eFree Reclining Chair Cara Louisville t Memphis and New Orleans- A II HANSON WM A KELL8JW 0rAchlc40Ttffib THE PUNCTUATION POINTS Six little marks from school are we Very important all agree Filled to the brim with mystery Six little marks front school One little mark is round and small Out when it stands the voice must fall At the close of a sentence alt Place this little mark from school One little mark with gown utrniliug Holds up the voiciHiid never failing Tells you not long to pause when hailing This little mark irons school If out of breath you chance to meet Two little dots both round and neat PauHtymd these tiny guardsmen greet Tlices littlo marks front school When shorter pantos aro yourpleasure One trail his sword takes half the measuro Then speeds you on to seek new treasure This littlo mark from school One little mark ear shaped implies Keep up the voice await replies To gather information tries This littlo mark from school 7 One little maik with an exclamation Presents itself to your observation And leaves the voice at an elevation This little mark from school Six little marks Bo sure to Ireeclus- Carefully stuuy write and read us For you can never cease to uend liP Six little marks from school I Julia M Colton in St Kicholas LOCAL Mr Van Meter Won With a brats now epecch aud one out of the ordinary being highly dramatic Mr lion S Van Meter a Shelby county student won the gold medal for the best declamation in the contest between the two Literary Societies at C TJ last Friday night Mr Van Meter had read Quo Vadis and liking the story of the Gladiator which is scarcely less thrilling than General Wallaces Ben llur he set quietly to work to memor ize the narrative By culling out and piecing together he secured declama tion which probably was never before rendered in public And since it lies been awarded first prize we shall not be surprised to hear Quo Vadis Gladiator resounding hero and hereabouts fortho next five years by ambitions young ora tors Rare Mementos of Tho War Of Special In terest to Ladles A friend here has a letter from the Episcopal Rector Alex C Hensley of Versailles wherein he expresses a willingness to sell a set of pure Mandarin china which he lately received from Canton China This fino ware has a history that gives added value to it Rev Heneley ordered lIe china through a naval officer was eta tio ell at Canton China fust at tho outbreak of the Spanish War and it was stored in the Olympia the flag ship of Admiral Dcweys squadron just as the ship were ordered to Manila A letter from the officer said the china was stored in the ship below the water line and that if the Olympia survived battle Mr Hensley would receive the fine plate if not it would have to go down To possess a sot of china with such a history added to its intrinsic value may be the desire of some lady readers of the CLIMAX who would like to possess such a memento of Deweys naval victory at Manila The set or in pieces can be purchased direct from Rev Alex Hensley of Versailles who by the way is a cousin of Mr C D Clienanlt of this city STOCK AND FARM Farmers report tobacco plants doing well The usual crop will be planted this year A writer to the Breeders Gazette says all forage feed should bo cut before the seed forms Hudson Cos largo warehouse in Garrard county on May 2 containing 2 0000 pounds of hemp 500 barrels of corn and much valuable machinery burned with nil its contents Origin of tiro unknown Insurance SlOOfO which will not cover the loss G4DOdf BloOdY Your heart beats over cne lien dred thousand times ecch ay One hundred thousand pplf s good or bad blood to your brain WhIch is It If bad impure blood then your brain aches are troubled with drowsinessJet cannot sleep You the morning as at night You have no nerve power food does you but ood Stimulants tonics headache powders cannot cure you but 1 l will It makes the liver Tcidneys skin and bowels perform their proper work It removes allini from the blood And it makes the blood rich in ia life giving properties To Ilas4ca RHIifDZOY You will be moreralldl1 cured if you rtt e a o- rAyers3 each night They arouse tae and cure biliousness WrN t r J We Jln the eiclo lre errlccs of tome ot tliC molt eolnmt t iyIctns In the United Huus Write ft elr the MttlctUon AdueaDlIoicATEK- I 0 j J RO AL IAkINoPIwIFI1 w p v pASQLuTELY rIIKE Makes the food more delicious and wholesome ROW mwO For The Climax A FUNERAL IN TilE KENTUCKY MOUNTAINS I stood on a lofty mountains crest ixjlitnry yes and nol Fur none was near And yet ns the ruddy light faded in the west licit myriad presences and could hear Unnumbeied voices that made the air Vibrant with supernatural stir TIre silliness and whiteness of a deep snow Enwrapped the roomy and silent spaces Of mountain slope and valley below Birds and foxes were in hiding places No living creature was astirno Footprints marred the unblemished snow- Memories linked by many a hidden chain Silently passed in review in the twilight Shadows Sweet pleasures and throbbing pain Engaged my thoughts as the coming night Brushed away the bloodred afterglow From that wide expanse of untrodden snow Presently with crunching muffled tread A funeral train passes near Hearing some beoved dtad T JJOn a rudely constructed bier A pole that supported by a rope The casket and body of a child And the bearers slowly gropti Their way in single file Down the darking mountain side A single mourner walked beside the bier With one trembling hand hetricd To steady Itwith the other brushed a tear From his weary hardened face When his child is under the sod In this wild and desolate place Will oven the allpervading mercy of God Shine with one glimmering rayIInto the darkness of his home Surely his is a hard lonely way Sonic messenger of hope will come There isa time somewheu a place somewhere Be ho illdeserving no That will some compensation bear For present desolation and woe Yes this picturo is poorly drawn But it lives in my mind and heart And often casts its solemn shadow on My pathway in the citys crowded mart E A G NEW TORE ASRIONSI Satin Shanghai this reason They are soft cool andI clinging ThereJs a new blue which is a 1I1htI shade of army blue Allover Penian patternsshcyyBOver al shades of the same color In Oriental silk weaves tile ilvcrI gray grounds with colored polka dots are very effective Fourinhand scarves come in all the brightpretty shades of pique with long ends reaching to tho belt Overskirts either as a simulation or an actuality are undoubtedly in Colored hose in solid colors or plaids are pushing black stockings pretty close to the wall A clmituiny coat shown by Best Co for a tiny maiden is of white allover embroidery over a colored lining With this is worn n white bonnet with wen forgetmenots Grays prevail in dress goods next to blues Soft fawncolored costumes trimmed with darker shades of brown are seen in great profusion Tulle and chiifbn trimmings large bows of ribbon and flowers in endless profusion are used upon hats AlUthu appointments of Miladis table must be cut glass in lieu of silver Anyone wishing to make her present of a honbouniere for holding Ditmaus Charcoal Tablets should telcct It therefore from tho rystal displays in the big stores Tho Tablets may be procured at2 Barclay street There is a nosy material out for un derwear It seems liko linen net and is said tobe cooler in Summer and warmer in Winter and in every way more desirable than any other fabric for the purpose which has over before appeared1 A uewsliape Eton jacket is scalloped round the bottom and looks very neat and pretty EVELYN CAn B Glorious News Comes from DrD li Cargilo of Whashita I T He writes Four bottles of Electric Bitters has cured Mrs Brewer of scrofula which had caused her great6u2ering for years Terrible sores would break out on her bead iindJucejandJtlie best doctors could giveiio helpjbut her cure is com plete and her I is excellent This shows what thousands have proved that Electric Bitters is tho best blood purifier known Its the supreme remedy for eczema letter salt rheum ulcers boils and running sores It stimulator liver kidneys nod bowels expels poisons helps digestion builds up the strength Only 50 cents Sold by Perry Thomas Druggist Guaranteed 4 PANOLA Every faringr ft hurrying to get hilt corn llnntcrJ o Cns crovoii u BUvj Jis7Cr was liaii1li11evJT Turil r W Cplumuus jroiw1fe and ilaugljtcr arc slowly i covering fVom affects of poisJn lnm tlh4HJtCrmilk How it cotm tiiti1 is tityiiLery Jack crStia1oti of Wof Carr orlhl lliCeWiIO served t trIm iii the 4th Kojituejjy Volunteers jecenlly of the US Itcgulrirs dietiat Columbus Barracks Oliioitturday night SPECIAL liMES TO RICHMONDVA VIA CHESAPEAKE OrllO PY On account of the Presbyterian Gen eral Assembly 15 and 17 tho 0 D Ify will sell round trill tickets at one faro for the round trip good returning un til June 3d Write fir sleeping rnr berths 01 any litlurinat ion to George Barney DR A Lexington Ky Thievesstole Mio silver CommunIon servlckya Cliristlanchureli ear H llki I ti i UiKcovercd by a Woman Another great discovery has been made and that too by a lady in this country Disease fastened its clutches upon her and for seven years she withstood its severest tests hut her vital or gans were undermined and heath seemed imminent For three months she coughed incessantly and could not Bleep She finally discovered a way to recovery by purchasing of us a bottle of Consumptionfanll first dose that she slept all night and with two bottles lias been absolutely cured Her name is Mrs Luther Lutz Thus writes W C Hamnick Co of Shelby N C Trial bottles free at Perry Thomas Drug Store Succes sore to WG White Regular size tioc and SlOO every bottle guaranteed 4 Time funeral of Private Uichard Clore of the First Kentucky Volunteers who died at Mayagucz August 29 1898 while serviiiRwitli his command in Porto Uico took place at Lagrange with military honors last Thursday morning at 10 oclock Bob Ingersoll probably looks upon the purchase of an old English Bible for 8750 as money thrownjjway QUEEN CRESCENJI ROUTE Presbyterian Assembly Richmond Virginia May 1730 1839 Queen Crescent Route and con tripMayvice in the tjoutli Tickets emxl till June 3 returnIng Ask your ticket agent for particulars LITERARYNOTES nOOK NEWS FOIl MAY Book News for May ngain empha sizes its claim to bo the foremost literary chronicle of our time by presenting in addition to its many department sVO- C Allies all contributed by writers of eminence in their respective fields some featuresjofgtrikinj interest which attest its alterncss Thus Book News was among the first publications to recognize the merit of David Harum and tItle month it presents tho only large portrait of the deceased nuttier Edward Noycs Wettcott which has ever been printed together with a re production of his nutngraph the only one ever published nod a sketch of lila career Another feature of the May Uoujc News which will attract unusual intention among literary folks is the aiittiRmph letter trout Onoto Vatanna the gifted joungiuihorvt hnlf English and half Japanese who i now rosiduiit of Chicago and who tells with peculiar charm of individ uality the of her life anti oIlier umtlioilsbf literary work One of the most strikinp pooms Inspired by there cent was tliit by Grance Dudie Roylan entitled Hosanrja anti Huzzah Time hilt text of this exalted production ap pears in the present number It has beet estimated lht t mow than thirty now books drop from English and American prestos every day in the year It is the province of Book News to keep track of them nllIo give you frankly fairly and promptly JI clear idea of all tint merit your at teutlon tho sort of information which every reader constantly requires and which ho could not possibly gather for hiiiwelf though he should give his whole life to time task This informa tin fool News onpioYsH corps of experts to gather for limos since it likewfatfRivta book prices it may etwO ly saso the book buyer the BJ Iytietet the iifty cents a year five canfe a eywSlcriwittscosta Julm Wssrni kef l 1Lhi1plii M irXk J i RELlO1OUS Rev Ken Helm who Is here tells Us that ho held n three days meeting At Iheron in which there wertrSO redatna tions and sanctiflcations Ho held n previous meeting there in March the net results of both being about 90 saved Stanford Journal- A Georgia Negro preacher thus ex patiated 10 mos powerf ules parab blu Is dat bout ole King Potipjiar en Queen Jezebel Ole King Potiphar wnz gwine crlong in his fo lioss chant fiim Jericho Icr Jersalem for t rtend or festible gives olo King thnrioh at Jerusalem when lie pass Queen Jezebcl walkin in dc dus long do road She look at him en say MVhitu man Icinino tide en he tuck her tip beliin him En do young man he nxhsJinder a branchin oak en his liar got rop eroun et limo en le mule what waz under him went away En dey got town dey did en blowed on er rams hunlen do walls fell down En de dogs cum en Hckd his sores en de dovls got inter do hogs en he hogs tot inter do sea En dev gatberd up fly do fniyminta darof 12 basklts full Now do question is whose wife is she gwino beat de resumrcctiou At time Methodist church on Sunday morning the former munch beloved pas tor Rev F S rollitt Presiding Elder conducted the services His sermon was a touching and beautiful discourse upon the blessedness ot Christian parentage and the virtue of friendship TIme former was exemplified in the lives of Zachariah and Elizabeth the parents oi John whom Christ pronounced time greatest of time prophets Friendship has Ii lofty example in the devotion of the followers of John when the latter wile imprisoned on the banks of the Dead Seal Indeed there can be left to children no greater legacy than the memory of saintly parentage On the contrary the child that never knew the influence of Godly parents is most unfortunate Too little concern is given to the religious training of children Paul in his Letters to Timothy said From a babe thou hast known the Holy Scriptures The best work wo do in this world is the religioustraining given to children The hard environ ments of tho early life of John were like many today who are reared in ob scurity where Nature yields not her plen ty to the toil of man as in the more favored places of earth Under such condition early impressions for good are deeply grounded in children and conduce to their mental moral and physical strength and influence To this same Johnof lowly birth but God ly parents fell the honor of making Christ known to the world the commissioned servant of the Almighty His fame went to farthest Gallilee and Simeon Andrew James and John re ceived his message repented were con secrated by baptism and put on the armor of time Lord But how touching time meeting of John with Christ when liE came to be baptised I As lie looked into the eyes of Jesus John drew back and said I am not worthy to adminis ter baptism to this holy man Up to this time John was the recipient of tho worlds greatest honor and praise but see how gracefully he yields nil to Christ He must henceforth increase but I must decrease This self abne gation will thrill the thoughtful Chris tian for that beautiful sentiment is a sermon in itself Afterwards when John was in prison his followers adhered to him with unswerving fidelity their loving friendship and services lighting the awful gloom of his solitary impris onment After a time llils same John with painracked mind and body caught time contagion of his gloomy surroundings antI doubts entered his nouL Go and find Jesus said ho to time faithful friends who came to his barred windows daily and ask him Art thon Jesus or shall we look for an other They came to Jesus and asked and He perceived that a crisis had coon to Johns religious life Jesus made no answer but walked with them curing as he journeyed the blind deal ilumb lepers and cheering the poor people who like John had lost hope telling them of the riches of His Fathers home Then Jesus said Go tell your master what ye have seen When they toll John of these won cn heart id lifted and ho thanks his devoted friends for their priceless ser vices in his greatest extremity and we fancy that Jolm like Simeon when he first saw and lifted the Christchild to his breast saul Now Lord let thy servant lie in peace Mr Pollitt has lost none of that indescribable charm which we delight to believe is the illumination from a Godly fire within and it was a genuine pleasure to be near again to this splendid Christian whose greatest weapon in Gods service is a gentle consecrated to His work CEW Meckison of Ohio Has Been Greatly Benefited by Peruna Congressman I Meelclxna of Ohio writes the following letter to Dr Ilartiuan Dr S ii fJartnian Coumiut 0 DEAR SmI have used several tles of Peruna and feel greatly beneIfited thereby I liave been lIct I jiLtt Ron D MEEEISOW with catarrh of the head and feel encouraged to believe that continued use of Terana will fully eradicate a disease of thirty years standing Yours sincerelyD MEEKISON Tha continued receipt of endorse ment like this for Dr Hartmans great catarrh remedy prove Its value beyond question Men prominence everywhere are recognizing thamerit of Peon and are willia te gire expres sfe theirjadgmeai beeMwett eerUte alMiolakHe for e iwri ia r ptMto PoL AU ui- NjnL a KKl DMKTB Leading SpscUIIsts of America 20 YEARS IN OHIO 250000 Cured KKl WECURESTR1CTURE Thontand of young nUll mUdloaccd men arc troubled with this disease many unconsciously They may have n rmart ing MDtat ion small twisting jtrcara painsattimessIlghtdiI organs emisitionff and all tho rymptoms of nervous debility they hare hllllC TURF Dont let doctor experiment you by cutting stretching or tearing Ton lhlswill will torn Our NEW SlhTlIOl TKKAT MEXT absorbi the stricture tissue hence reoyes tbetrictnre permanently It can never return Ko pain no nffcr log no detention from business by our method TboBexnatorgnnarertrcnetb cnod The nerves are invigorated and tho bites of manhood retn- mrWECURE GLEET Thouzandi of young nnolmlddlollrcd men are haying their fcxuat ligor and vitality continually rapped by tiii disease They are frequently unconscious 4f the cause of these ryniptomm lencral Weakneu Unnatural JJlleharg Foil lug Manhood Ncrvou nc Poor Jlem err Irritability at times Smarting Sensation Sunken Ejtr Weak Back Ueneral Dcpresiion Lack of Ambition Vnricocelo Shrunken Port etc OLEET and STRICTUUU may ho otno Dont consult family doctor ta they baTe no experience in these dicacadont allow iiaeki to experiment on you Consult pothlLriswhohavomdealifostudyofPiseases positiveiyfor a ease we accept for treatment and cannotcore Tcnni 1erntofutAcore CURES GUARANTEED lVs treat and caret K5IISSIOKP RTSTlUCTUJtEINS niSOHAllQ ES KIDNEY and lILA tlDRU Disns tO0SFREEQUISSTTON DUNK for HOMK TREATMENT DRS KENNEDY KERGAN 122 W FOURTH STREET CINCINNATI O KK K K K K1 DROPSY yegetableRemedies many thousand cnea called hopeloes In laji at leant twothird of all symptoms xl TestImonIals and TEX ATS trextment tellIDR H H GKZEBS SOUS Box K Atlanta GO TO TUB English Kitchen 12 W Short St Lexington Ky J W MASTERS Proprietor negnlar meats 25 cents Lodging 25 cents Most convenient and centrally located hotel in the city Fine equipped bar in connection i ndWhlskry hllta cured at home with ut out lIln Book pf ruir Dp s tltnlarll cent iREOR WOULLtt u office lot North 1rjor 8t Vulcan Chilfed Plow Our Goods Our Prices Compel you to trade wlillus when you give us a trial i ffi J llia Ccj- m illIDfj n13lli1lt The ladies cannot be deceived by catchy phrases 1101 bombastic claims All we have to say is we buy in the best markets of the worM select the latest goods and when you buy you know you have the latest uptodate goods Is thatwhat you want Ifs trade wit- hGibson1WhitPsAID V1H1HushaICoaVomniission Merchants Gatlls logs ann Slssp UNIbN STOCK YARDS CINCINNATI O TELEPHONE 7346 CSfAIt information regarding livo stock cheerfully furnished Consign your stock direct to us sept7ly s ++ CALL AT + + + + dilfilSALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found in the city are dispensed by uprtodate and accommo dating clerks iTnuine Saratoga Water Kept on Tap Phone 3 Second St RICIIXOND KY I1- tPLOWffiG J TE-L Is right at hand so is the And Bell Center Cut I Disc Harrows b m i1j Our store is heavily stock dw th every article IS Sr found in a firstclass Hardware such ffHlJ as Collars Haines Traces Backhands etc Nails Wire Stoves Tinware Cutlery etc JEJS i6jIL ii Mn WM BUCKLEY our experienced tin m JoiJ nor is constantly in demand for guttering raJ IiJm a Taylor Brosj Fli3 IL3J6 E1I El El L- la i 6 6 51 13 lii I9E3IIJ Madison Monumental Works ESTAIILISUEI 1863 JAMES T HAMILTON TJIOTBIBTOB Monweentis Timbs Heatons Statuary and Fsrelga aii AMericxa Marble zd Granite FINE WORK A SPEGIAETY Those who art eoumtoimmlhuul lug nnying Mnrl U Granite or any kind of Cemetery Work wilt timid ii to their interest to call nt time old stand in time rent of tima M E Chnruh on Irvine Street where theywHl timid constantly on hand n large stock of fluiMbedoik to sclrt lroJlldlt prices to ault all clanica of buyers JpBrJMiu W GJI GOUOIIKH one of ihiibrst workmen in Central Kentucky is charge cur establishment arid this mean8 SHtisfnctcry work In oVlr P1 Partlos iviriit at a distance should write to us for designs which will be furfTlshod oFiUPpUcaUoil YOUt PATRONAGE SOLC- 1TEIJ7MESTH1MILTON Poprktor- cII = T i We Dont Want a Cent 4 1 Of your money unless you fi get value received for it For that reason we are always clad to have you lookaround the store and learn how much better you can do here than anywhere else c cciIc E11c Bedroom r SuitespBirdsEye Maple Mahog7tany Golden ahd Antique OakIr- 5Beantifu1 Brass and Folding Beds N Elegant Sideboards Extension and Center Tables t Odd Dressers Chiffoniers Parlor Cabinet Book Cases a4 Hat Racks Etc Etc There is also on display in my store the most elegant display of Morris Chairs ever r brought to Richmond My selection of Rocking Chairsand Moquette Roxberry and Axminster Carpets cannot K qbe excelledt7A handsome line of Couches in Velvet and Corduroy just received from the city fr4 Clothes Hampers Scrap and Work Baskets fpjiteTf Trill are a lover of beauty it will pay you to 3Tr f ji call and my line of Framed Pictures Me iIt9 dallions cir0 also make a specialty ofIframing pictures 1rlS leT8 t i jd1and funeral director It will pay you to call on me before purchasing elsewhere Mk IC SINfVILLf MOBtRLY r rr Successor to J S Collins L JcaNIGHTPHONE23rj r j v io I Rq J i j A BOON TO MANKIND lbDRTABLES A New for the Certain Cure of PILES PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBES DY MAIL 7G CENTS BOTTLES 50 CENTO- J4SKS F BALURD Sole Proprietor 310 NortUiala Sires ST LOUIS MO For sale by PERRY THOMAS Druggists la15ly u r SEND US ONE i cad dto Ii5 Sluu MU1s4 IIIIWJ- aroovan qua rsLod OIUIS 11Ioac u ibjulIXBliiilnu Yon can examine It at yoarnearsst frttlxlit uutuUU youftndlt czaeUrci rorreieJCpittODflAfli Itaat rttKllat rsOUt llMOU thaCTeIeat yauayoueerIaw tar beater than organa athertlsd 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The Richmond Climax l1L1M T PruprIetors and Edtors a a WOODS uoelate EdItor WEDNESDAY MAY 10 1890 PUBLISHED ZVEILY WJtDNItSDA1 BY The Climax Printing Co PUCE PER YEAR 150 DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR RAILROAD COMSIISSIOXEK 3D DIST COL A V hA MILTON OFJUT STEELI- NGANNOUNCEMENT FOR AUDITOR We are authorized to announce JOHN B CUBNAULT of Madison county a candidate for the office of StAte AudItor subject to the action ot the Democratic State Convention ron BBFBMBXTATIVE to It H WILL lAMSacondldiSofortheLegtslature subject to the action of tbe Democratic party We are anthBrked to announce W W COMBS a candidate to succeed himself in the next general assembly of the State of Ken tucky subject to tbe will of the Democratic party FOB CLEBK Wears authorized to announce A KAVA NAUdll DOTY for County ClerkBucject to the action of the Democratic Party IT WAS JUDGE TARVINS SPEECH Last Fridays Register fJaJf3 editor ially Wednesdalwhatspeech delivered hero Monday but no more Tarvins than George Washing tons and everybody knows the Father of HisConutry touldnt make a speech if botried Through the ASsociated Press the Register got the same speech in manuscript form that the CLIMAX used but finding it different in text from what Jubgo Tarvin actually Bpoko it refused to perpetrate suchan imposItion upon its readersandkilled a the item The Cincinnati Enqnirer and Louisville lost got caught just like our stoemed contemporary which can console itself with the thought that such things sometimes happen in the best regulated newspaper offices That nil eonnds very high and mighty and exhibits wonderful aua gosity not to say rUmpbuloishness The item is entirely unique coming from its source Whenever IL Lee Davis shrinks from erpetrating an imposition upon his readers then in deed has the millenium dawned As a selfrespecting journal with 1435 individual subscribers the CLIMAX fools constrained to take notice of the above semifriendly detraction because if what Davis says be true then indeed is the CLLMAX n hypocrite and hue gullod its patrons in n way worthy of ridicule not to say contempt But the CLIMAX dill 110 such thing It printed Judge Tarvins speech exactly as it came from Judge Tarvins pen and had the Register had the time to do so it would undoubtedly have per petrated the imposition on its readers too But the Rogister did not care to keep its printers up all night to set up the speech although It had half of it in type when press hour arrived So Davis fertile brain evolves a scheme which is to discredit the CLIMAX and and thereby excuse itself for not per forming its duty to the Democracy of which it purports to be a champion and which we sincerely hope it is- o it kills the item Well well well And the woodcock went a fishing for more suckers It is positively humorous this discovery we have wade that Davis will not impose a fako upon his readers Why bless his short memory he has the most thrilling history of escapes from death on account of fakes of any newspaper man that ever carne up the Rich mend pike And yet when it came to a matter of printing a speech of one of tim foremost Democrats of the nation who honored us with his presence or printing a sixcolumn report of the Republican railroad eOnvention in which Democrats had naturally very little interest he chose the latter and on Friday he perpetrated upon his Democratic readers a complete twopage account of the REPUBLICAN convention held here the very day after Judge Tarvin spoke Thats where we smile and other Democrats are asking whats the matter with the Register Time threecolnmn article in the last CJBrowerCoJ LEXINGTON KY TheSorcerer You never saw the name ap plied to China before Well there is no appellation in our language that can completely describe its winning qualities When you have seen our line of China you will agree with us that it is the most enchanting col lection of medium priced gooUs you ever saw Furniture Vt750 Beautiful Reclining Chair re movable cushion At H50 Fancy Golden Oak Window Seat At So 00 Beautiful line Parlor Tables At S2GO 300 and LOO line ol Leather lSeatHockers At 75c SLOO andSl25 lino of Dining Chairs ilki fu m m m- IDl1 jJllJf3 IDrnill Epii Se Them- CViFI8fOiCOII MAIN AND BROADWAY tXYUtlt CLIMAX labeled Judge Tarvins j Speech was Judge Tarvins speech though to be sure tbe first fifteen min utes of it was in the naturevof an Intro ductory which wo regret we could not also have printed together with the very ablo remarks of Hon W B Smith Wo did not have tim time to print everything but unlike the Regis ter we did tho next best thing printed Judge Tarvins speech just aa It was sent to ns at our request in order to give ns time to put it in type WHAT JUDGE TABVIN SAYS Clarence E Woods Esq Richmond Ky MY DEAR SIB Your letter of May 5tb inclosing clipping from the Rich mond Register of May Sib Is received In answer to your letter I will imy that the speech printed in the RICHMOND CLIMAX of May 3 was delivered by meat Richmond on May I that Is to say every thought and every idea contained in the printed speech was spoken by mo in my speech Tho speech as preparedbyBubstanco of what I expected to say anti did sa but of course was not intended to give word for word all that I expected today It was not intended to be All that was said by me in that speech in addition to that which was printed in the CLIMAX was in elaboration of and consistent with that which was so printed J had the manuscript of the speech with me and read it over on the train as I went to Richmond It was the first speech I ever prepared excepting the one delivered by me at the Dollar Dinner in New York in April and I made every effort to adhere to the speech as prepared and slid adhere to itSincerely JAS P TARVIN And so had B Lee been sincerely anxious to have the speech verbatim et literatim et punctuatim he could have gotten it from the two stenographer who inform us they will yet be glad to snpply it to him if he will consent to perpetrate it on his Demo cratic readers In defending Democracy from enemies and traitors from without the CLIMAX will always defend itself from detractors from withinor withonteven though in so doing we are compelled to give a spanking to our former co workerR Lee Davis CEW THK Register outPantagraphed the Pantagraph perpetrating twice as much about the Republican convention to the exclusion of Judge Tarvins speech entirely It was a nice mess of fish for Democratic readers but thats what journalists call enterprise rIm Democratic subscribers of the Register who wanted to read Judge Tarvins speech were given instead a twopage account of the G O P meet iiif here last week If you want Demo cratic news now is the time to subscribe for the CLIMAX TEN thousand dollars reward for the name of the Democrat who read tho Registers report of the Republican convention TiiEiin was a Democratic landslide in Baltimore last week when the Democrats elected every nominee except two councilmen by 0000 majority Two pages for Wood the Republi can but not one inch for Tarvin the Democrat Thats the way the Register kills Democrats PERSONAL Sir T J Smith was in Cincinnati this week Miss Julia Higgins is at home from DanvilleVMiss Florence Myers line returned from Stanford Dr Lusk of Berea has returned home much improved in health Miss Helen Bennett is at home from a visit to friends In Cincinnati Mrs Mattie Jackson is in Danville nuptialsMisses Della and Edna Fisher of Laredo Texas are tIme guests of Mrs HB Hogg Mrs J Baldwin attended the burial of her grandmother in Cincinnati SaturdayMr L Bright has returned from Washington and New York after a pleasant visit Mrs Margaret Rowland White and daughtos came up last week to visit relatives here Oiunchigliauifishing in Rockcastle Rev S V M Logan of Middlesboro was the guest of his father Rev Dr J V Logan on Sunday Mr Jacob Schroingle of Cincinnati was the guest of Mrs R E Mitchell and family last week Mr R Leo Davis was summoned to Coin on as a witness in the USCourt in the House case Dr L U Landman the Cincinnati optician will be at the Zimmcr Hotel on Wednesday May 10 Miss Mary Coylo a gifted elocution ist will represent Richmond on June 16 at a contest at Stanford Mrs Kuper Hood and baby are back from Coviugton and joined Mr Hood at Mrs M M Millers Mrs N S Price mother of the beau tiful Miss Evelyn Price that was was the guest last week of Miss Mary Logan Mrs A H Severance nee Miss Flor rie Heath is growing stronger now since her removal to Henaersonville N CMrs T Chenault Willis and little laughter Nannie are visiting Mrs FW Miller at Lexington and Dr n A Willis family Drs H R W M Gibson will at tend the State Medical ASsociationS which convenes the 16 17 and 18 of this month in Louisville Ky SallieShackelford WallaceWoodbnry Rev Edward John Baird C 11 05 atGlenvilielIaryland ted trout Princeton Seminary in 97 and has had a successful career in the ministry ntWinchesterthe friends of that estimable lady will road with interest time from time Winchester Democrat which is reprinted in another column today Mr and Mrs A D Miller will re theyhaveaccompanytimemguest of Miss Mary Gentry for several days enfoyablecallrlQroyule Christain church Besides pos sessing a fine education pleasing ad heiswish him abundant success in his chosen work DBateslug in a buggy for Clay county The rido tree a lung cno but are accus tomed to long journeys overland Mr Smith once rude from Denver to Albuquerque New Mexico before break Tur1eyandt must be very nearly BO t REUIQIOUS LebanonKywiiLpe A protrMtedmfrttenc MyM1J fe ociockapojtea 4 1 ifi J i 1 Church conducted by Rev Vm Rosa Lloyd 4 Rev W O Showmakerof Georgetown has been called to the Southern SbelbydllelieMr James M Cornelison of this place was sent by the Presbvtery of Oregan as a missionary to the Indiana lie was graduateI in 96 from Central University spent two years in DanvlileTheologi Seminary and lately was graduated from the San Ansel mo Seminary California Rev Sanford Logan of Middlesboro preached at the Presbyterian Church on Sunday morning from the text Be not deceived God Is not mocked for whatsoever a man soweth that shall he also reap Mr Logan preaches with an earnestness that completely masters his bearers lila consecration to the Lords work being emphasized by every word and gesture His address was highly spiritual and made a good impression DEATHS MARSHALL Glass Marshall one of the benefactors of Central University is dead at the ago of 00 years Ho was born and died near Bethel Church in Fayette county and was a true friend of every good work TAYLOR Richard Taylor aged years and who hail been blind for 15 years died near Red House on Sun day and was buried in tbe Richmond byRevof which deceased bad been a member BURNS Felix A Burns son of the late W Tom Burns lied at his home on Wilson Avenue Tuesday May 2d after an illness from He was about twenty nine years of age and was employed by the A Kellar Distilling Co Two sisters Misses Elsie and Allecn and one brother sympathyisducted at the house Wednesday after GroveOynthianaDeceased WItS a nephew of Mrs T H Hart of this city HARRIS Miss Nannie Harris daughter of the late Major Robert Har rs and aunt of Messrs Robert Harris Crooke and O C Crooke of this city died at her home near Kingston last Thursday in herGSth year Burial on Saturday in Richmond Cemetery ADAMsNear Doylesvill on Wednesday E G Adams age 65 died after a short illness A wife and two daughters Mrs Nannie Thompson and Mrs Pendleton Tracy and the following brothers and sister survive Rev P F Adams A W Adams Strother G Adams of Waco Claiborne Adams of Athens Fayetto county and Mrs Amanda Cable Bronston Illinois and Mrs S Parrish of this city Burial at College Hill on Thursday LOCAL Barred Ilrmoulli Rock Twenty years a breeder of this one variety stock better than ever before Roosters from E B Thompson New York Eggs 16 to 1 setting SI MBS M F AKIJUCKLE Silver Creek Madison Co Ky mSSm More Water Time people of North and Fifth streets are greatly annoyed because time public water trough on the corner is out of repair The proper parties should repair this trough and see that this por tlon of the town line the water it is en titled to We hope this Inention will be sufficient Called Meeting A call meeting by the president to re organize College Hill Cemetery will be held at College Hill May 20 at 2 oclock p m to elect a now set of officers and ByLawsAllbe present those not present must abide by what those do that are pres ent P F ADAMS President P S Decoration May 30 Mr R W Miller will be invited to deliver address may33t Startling Case of Color Blindness- A gentleman from Valley View in forms us that a Richmond printing office has a traveling who represents to the public that his is the only office in the county that does colorwork printing As the agent is not acquainted with the printing busi ness not knowing a Nonpareil thin space from a double English asterisk ignoranceTheU So Cuba Porto Rico and the Philip- pInes do color work Some do it worse than others though If you want the best send to the CLIMAX High Compliment to Mr Cohen In the year 1895 Mat Cohen of this city won the prize at the St LSbls Fair for the Best Rider scoring 24 out of a possible 26 points and beating his nearest competitor points Last week Mr Cohen received a message from Col J A Maxwell of St Louis ask ing him to come to New Orleans to ride in the 1000 ring Napoleon the great saddler for which John T Hughes received 1750 last year Mat telegraphed his regrets as ho was to leavo for New York on Friday wIth a carload of saddle horses Gun Club OrganizedV orwsnizedSaturday HarveyLhenalt FinanceCommitteeerected on Mr G B Turleys premises and an initiation fee of 250 charged to members who alone will lie entitled to take part in time sport The club its organized is composed of some of onr crack shots and will furnish sport for lovers of that diversion Now is the joinR and H C Rico wero appointed a committee to have the Club incorporated Milo Shanks Luck Grows That the Goddess of Fortune is smil lag on Mr Milo Shanks proprietor of the Pantagraph is evidenced Ills continued successes in Wnaimixmgto- nwhore he has a lucrative position in the Government Printing Office Last week ho was elected Chairman of the Chapel in time Job Printing Department which carries it an increase of salary and larger honors and respon sibilities In winning time honor at the aUesUnghis whohasJohn L Alverson who was for several years In the Government Printing Office Fish That Are Fish Youve beam tell of fish that your uncle or your granddad cotch afore nilgerstototehas on its sporting staff a man who booked 33 fish in 34 minutes weighing 35 pounds and thats no lie nuther It was Mr A D Miller who went to Irvine to rest a bit and fish tw3 bits i and the net result has been 60 pounds of red horse 30 pounds of black bass 40 cats and 24 water dogs besides stumps and snags by tho cord He is coming home to day with hiM catch inn special hog car arid will hind at the E N 1 Ueat 240 He inyites the tlepottheirfish as they can carry home Col IrKkiiirMfe Speaks Cot W lP Brecklnrulge addressed ityonFriwas seatetl with an appreciative audience of ladles and gentlemen The subject was the CoiwtitnUon which the speaker eaiuw fto6 dry a topic for a J popular speech but nevertheless be it ibterMtitMC ebra timer 14 ITn lca W er kwyIibTI l i n U BetterBe WiseV Than Rich jWise people are also rich when they know a perfect remedy for all annoying dis eases af tile blood kidneys liVer and bowelsr It is Hoods Sarsaparilla which is perfect fa itsaction ItVV so regulates the entire sys tern aitobrIrigVVigOrQu health It never disappoints ColtreFor 42 years I had goitre or swellings on my neck which was dis couraglng and troublesome Ilhenmatlsm also annoyed me Hoods Barsaparllla cured me completely and the swelling has entirely disappeard A lady In MichIgan saw my previous testimonial and used Hoods and was entirely cured of the same trouble She thanked me for recommending IL Mae AlmA SUTHSKLAHD 406 LOTC Street Kalamazoo MichIPoor Health Had poor health for years pains in shoulders back and hips with constant headache nervousness and no appetite Used Hoods Sarsaparilla gained strength and can work hard all day eat heartily and sleep well I took It because It helped my husband Mss ELIZABETH J Girnu Moose Lake 31 inn Makes Weak StronI would give 55 a bottle for Hoods Sarsaparilla if II could not pet It for less It Is the best spring medicine It makes the weak strong ALBERT A JAOKOW DouglasWwn N Y SaJiJa Jl Hoods PUll cure liver the nonIrritating and ouly eatbutJc to take wltb floodi Sanapartl1 sonal reminiscences and reading some letters of distinguished ancestors He struck a note of Expansion and Fed eral Interference in InterState compli cations such as the Chicago Railway Riot of 95 Only once or twice did his address take an impassioned turn when he shook his snowy locks and raised his silvery tones until the audi ence responded with generous ap plause The address was well received and probably but for time several pos ponements and the distance to the University a much larger crowd would have been present The Ladies Fair is a Go Chaptera fair association wholly composed of tho members of the local chapter the board of directors to be chosen from the ladies of the county These are to pushitThe fair is to last two days will occur at the fair grounds and embrace every possible attraction of a fair such as the following Trotting races on track saddle rings fancy turn out baby show handsomest young lady publicplete wedding outfit for the couple ag ricultural exhibits complete domestic department art exhibit exhibit relics otcetcetcEvery is to bo bought in Madison county antI only Madison connty entries are eligible Catalogues will soon be issued Mr Field Breaks His Leg A lamentable accident befell Mr Ezekiel Field on Wednesday night or rather early Thursday morning where by may be a cripple for life if Indeed he is permitted to survive the shock He was on an errand of kindness when the accident happened having been marriagelicenseardson and was guiding them to the home of Judge Tnrpin to perform the frohhtdepotstepped into the pit of the tarn table a distance of five feet breaking his leg i crushing his hip and bruising his body over At the age of 61 years Mr Field hiss sustained such injuiies as cause his friends to be very apprehen recoveryEzekiel of Mrs John F Whileiand is a highly respected friends are numer ous and who will learn of his sad mishaps with profound regret He had beon engaged in the office of the county clerk Mr Joint F White for some uniformlykindcharge of his duties Big Day For Richmond inRichmondtrict Meeting of the Knights of Pythias when about 150 Knights will assemble here We understand that a number of the business houses will decorate asfollowsbylodges meninPrayer Rev Wm Ross LloydV ClaudeSmith JacksonMAddressSir Knight R Leo Bow man DDof Versailles Subject thelloineBouedictionBey J K Smith whohavepresent are Grand Chancellor A C StanleyMilwardTime drill and public address will be especially Interesting Of Dr Bow mans address we are assured that it is- an oratorical and intellectual gem A ofJvthianisUladdress Parents may hear it with profit and pleasure The Great ReUnion oi Confederates The Confederate reunion is now on at Charleston S C and Richmond is well represented Time veterans from Central and Eastern Kentucky met at specialtraincharge of Dr J M Poyntr of Rich mond Brigadier General commanding the Fourth Brigade Gen Poyntz will be in command si the Kentucky division having been appointed to that honor by Gen John Boyd who is commander of tho division but who is un able to attend the reunion General Poyntz selected the following staff James B Clay and Chief of RogersAdjutant JudgeAdvocateB Taylor Major and Quarter Master General Nicbolasville Chores F Kct CommissnryOclleral1t Sugeon General Nicholasville Alex Trlbble Major and Inspector General DeatimeragoMajorMiss Anne Mary Taylor of Nicholas yule was appnintei and Miss Kathleen M Povutz Richmond was allpointed maid of honor Mondays CourierJournal contained good pictures of Dr and his daughter Miss Kathleen He Didnt Come Near That Farm Problem SuperintendeutVofpublican C6nvention here last week so we learn for the first time by Tburs days Pantagraph but ho didnt call ou the CLIMAX and learn more about those arithmetic questions which his Board sent out to the common schools of Kentucky His failure to drop in deprived us of the opportunity of showing him letters from the fol upholdingYale University Chicago University CentralUniversityStatisticians and students who unani mously declare that his problem is Indetonninalo Some of them did not disguise their real jneaning ami used such words ns mmOu1semisiOal and EillyVivhile the most emroent perimaps Of theln nil said that the elisIH 1liaiv two tt pi Ji bri3 11111 Pi1ifC wXBeliVQI Hnrrodsbu reat ned bad11otrammal and worse tjngapimy Stthte tiiocorrectnbss of his VPOSL19fl yetfenhim after our invitation VtOL5OIi JIcDuffl Had Mr Davidsons presence been known to us lie would have been given incontestible evidence of the righteousness of our charge that there existed in his department a specler of incompetence or careless boititimat reflects no creditnesrwhatever upon his official career IHrsKsans Recital at Winchester aCral Success Of Mrs Lillie LoganKeans recital Rt Winuhster the Democrats gifted critic has this to Thursday night in the spacious dining hail of the Rees House was given the annual artists recital under the auspices of time Winchester Musical Club It was an evening of song and the artist was Mrs Lillie LoganKean of Richmond pupil of FOley of Cia tinnati and Powers of New York Front her first number the dramatic aria of SaintSaens through the French Spanish German and English songs to the close of the program the fair singer unfolded to a delighted audience time versatility of her rich musical nature Her voice has gained in compass and brilliance without losing the quality which makes her singing of Inllabys something ever to be remem bored With a rare gift of interpreta tion she forgets her audience anti is heart to heart with the composer Notably was this true in the song Mona which stirred the deepest emotions of the heart with its wails of sadness and grietIn Mrs Kean looked the Senorita and sang with the passion and romance of Andalusia One Spring Morning by Kevin was ife liciousl given and the rich Voice of the singer was brilliant with the glad notes ot the lark The Cradle Song of Detineo was one of the gems of the evening and time audience was moved bv the deep ten derness which breathed through itTime singer was most happy in her byGOringAt tho close of the program moved by the insistence of the audience she sang The Last Rose of Summer and clothed it with new interest and beau tyMrs Kean is a fine pianist as well as singer and a musician of general cul ture She will go to Paris soon to con tinue liar vocal studies queenlyappearedbetter to The program is omitted for want of space What One Man Saw In One Day Prof G B Sears of Albany Mo who arrived here Saturday week told us of his rather remarkabfe experience en route to Richmond On one and the same day Saturday the 6 he saw the following notable places The birth place of Wm Jennings Bryan at Salem III first house ever erected in old Indiana Territory at Vincennes i HenryHarrisonPresident Benjamin Harrison was born near North Bond the house where Win Henry Harrison afterward lived the tomb of Win Harri son time demonstration in Cincinnati over time reception of time Spanish can non from the Oquendo battleship and finally passed within one mile of Bodnesboro the first settlement in Kentucky All these places are on tho Hue of railroad over which Prof Sears came from Missouri Not the least notable spectacle Was MissouriThursdayhisjschool at Albany saw time ominous storm cloud cross the sky above his itsUamaucs there But at Kirksville elsewherehundreds homesdestroyedworst calamity of its nature that ever StLouis ofthethis extract from a telegraphic of the storms havoc ntKirksyjlle Marcus Wards Young Ladies Semi nary was couple of hundred yards cast buildingcloseguests stood upon the porticos and in the diningrooms of time Still House half a mile west of time storms path and saw it sweep majestically through thq town terrified at the manifestation wreakirmgRoofsleaves seemingly far in front of time re afulland then a great branching tree would loss in the arms of the blast high over the city and spiny on ahead like a wheat straw out of a thrashing machine whotellskyward as birds and from the list of missing among East Side families the story Eeems credible VALLEY VIEW William Montgomery visted friends at Mt Lebanon lost week Rev R H Mills will at van M E Clnirch South nexesumnday- Luther Sanders and wife of Mt Lob parentsMr gonefordayTravis Dunn and Harry Spurlock left Thursday for a stay friends in OimioVMrs Susan Maguiro and Mrs Kittio Kanatzar visited the family of JGBurrus at Athens last week E L linden went to Lexington last Friday on business Mrs G A Roy and Mrs A F Bry son were in Lexington Saturday shop pingVJack Crutchfield and fainilvPlnoville GoUSfYHotelGA Roy left for Cincinnati Mon day on business connected with the Southern Lumber Oos interest includingVteachersirow Lexington spent last Sat urday at tills place rusticating on the banks of tlieKentucky river amidst the vernal coverings of the overhanging cliffs with theirplctiiresque scenery Last Thursday night thieves effected an entrance to the dwelling of Post throughhisobtained the keys to his store and post playedhavocpostotHce and counter cash drawer gutting in allnbommt255 The burglars were out for cash only and expected it on demand as they dId not take any thing else that carne their way in the shape of valuables for they did not take a gold watch whIch was hanging in the postofllce robbers also entered tine residence of Pr Northcntt time same night while the doctor was absent but was scared away by Mrs fleeingHher room on awakening f1Jerois no clew to the perpetrators of the deed hiit no stone unturned to bring the guiltyparties to justice Ess Deafness Cannot be Ittred by local applications na Uiey cannot reach the disease portion tn the ear Tliero is only one way to Cure deafness and that is bv constitutional remedies Denfuipfi is caused by an inflammation ofjtho mucous liningmf time InsttlehIan Tube When tube is ill III cd orllllpcirlcJhoaring Dinfncss is the result ntitf unlfisa the inilninuiation can he taken ont and thfo tnbo restored to its normal condition hearing will bo destroyed forevor nine attics out of ten are caused by Catarrh tnfiallwdCOIId ollarsforcatarrh thin cannot ba llalVit GntMrh Cure 8oi nd fV1circuIi fre4 ty si CO l dQ 0- Sottl JCiPWe tmlia tho kiM bt i 1 t V- VI 7rH3 igg Henry Koehler It CtmfMy Lumber dealers of louisville Ky itj vite corresporidence with Mill men buy1oplarnndpry orGreeu pr50m A Place to go For luscious bananas ripe apples cold ice creamsoda water fresh cakes nice candies tobacco and cigars sro to A Din lIe next dQOr to old Post Office Restaurant open day and night aprlOSm A Good Consfgnmfrfll Mat S Cohen and Hugh McElwaine left Friday for New York City with I2 head of higjiclnsa saddle and iarneHs horses which they were to sell yesterday at the American Horse Exchange under tho supervision of M W D Grand Mat saysthfs consignment is composed of as much action step and finish as any lot be over handled and if they dont bring their value it will surprise him LAND SALE CounTCofWm B Green decd Pltfl Notice SJleJamesUadlSlnCircuittion at Its April Terms the undersigned Willnhry Jung kt131LV At 10 oclock a m on the premises on the Richmond and Lancaster Turnpike Bod orrerfortwo tracts of land owned and occupied by n Green during his lifetime and allotted to and occupied by his widow as dower until her death One tract lies and fronts on the east thelandsC Bronston on the east and south and con sins aboutV 108 AcresA nd lies almost In a Upon this tract Is sitnateclthe residence and improvements The other tract of laud lies and fronts on the west- side of the Lancaster Turnpike and contains about thirtyfive 33 acres and adloins the timelandsof the two tracts will be offered in two parcels and then as a whole and the best bid offered In this way for each tract will be accepted and reportedTtRSSThis land will be sold upon a credit of sizand twelve 6 and 12 months In equal payments with interest from day of sale Pur chasers will be required to execute bonds with approved payable to the undersigned as Administrator of the will annexed of Wm R fromdayheJdvenhave the to seed before is givenVC D Chenault ItOreenMaster Commissioners Sale I ofBldgBenjamin Field c Deft In Equity By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of theAprilcause the undersigned w onV SATURDAY MAY 20 1899 About the hour of 11 ocIocV a m at the RIchmondMadison followingLota Nos2t and 26 In block No 5 In the DII RichmondXlntncq toBenlamlnproduce the sum of 27701 the amount of costahereofTERMS Salo will be made on a credit of 8 togiveof the purchase money to hue the force and interestfromsaid property until all the purchase money ia paid SCOTTMaster C mayIO2v wfttfrtij DRIVING IS BOTH HEALTHFUL AND PLEASURABLE sayextremelydriving in one of our easy and handsome Buggies and Ph tons Our stock of fine car images is unsurpassed for beauty style and gene i superiority arid we are selling them at prices that will surprise you quality con sidered JOHN DONELSON from a Sun Perch to a Channel Mud Cat Did we eversay any- thingA to you about r t till I 61 6 h Having removed from First Street to large house ouMaiiuStrggfc noxt toJG Taylor Sons we are better prepared than ever to sloWj the newestV and finest line of and L i Ever First Store that we will sell at YOUR OWN PRICE as long fiS they last Qui new goods are of the LATEST ANJ2Jt Andat prices that wIll surprise you for qua until you have seen our goods We guarantee to sell you more goods and better t quality for the money than ever you got before Our Is full of the finest piece goods lor Suits to measure ever opened Suits to measure andPIT GUARANTEED at from 1000 pet Suit up Call and see us and saye mone at 4t The Oldest Clothier and Furnisher in Richmond Main St Next door to Farmers Nat 0 t r In all the new rich dark colorings special designs 1akB8 fe1avs 5c On up in price to the flno Pressed Papers No use to waste your valuable time looking at small sample books ofold style job papers Wo have a number of experienced Paper Hangers le Charge lo More ttt+ 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 GEM WKU ff B11J STREE- TItICIIMOND KY Wall Paper Window Shades Paints Oils alwaysthea tar t and wesrillSEND USONE DOLLAR enayou this his sfl4b1999 MtUrm WcfrWc BtStUTUlK ASh eimntratlonCxamlnayour freight depot Mid If fount perfect taiuractor u4 t U1X yon itr MW or heard Jrl ICEXTear triciu nun 1300- leu e J oVmcoV FREESTOVEor Uelrreb charge This rtor Is mad froatbenplglronutra gistlargenickelplated ornamrataUoc and dmmingt extra Large deep ennin5tMik pvlizlld nundr band tome lara ornamented bam seal kerxr sad perfeet1011rrallroadfor curb a hOT the tun for sacS mile is xn gaso Artdre- ii6EARSROEBUCKCOaHCJCHCAM1U loan BeeWrt care lmam HeZ 3ttrl aprS1Im REPAIRING AKD A 81 ZINEWATCHES All Work Gxaraitcei JEETELE 2ND STREET RICHMOND KY i7J eHeH H- 2P7 Ki1vv Cool Doal U EaitoL 1V We have just received a number of Refrig morators Ice Boxes Water Coolers White Mountain Ice dream Freezers 1sk 0 aTku u FshII the +1ttr Ica3t1tCtt NEW CLOTHING STORE 1VClothing Hats Furnishing Goods ourrYESImLES llzeNlonnh- 1lhlloP1atns3 Well we will see yo later Call and see us 9- t w D1B me l RD MAIN STJR ET RICHMOND KY I lrIc d1t i i j II CUSTOM TAILORING Bankmay3Gm aI1Papert LE LANEOTIoI7 IoJ DEPARTMENT SEND ONE DOLLAR J1110 IIltUlIHrco8CJIl UtUftUyariuk M at sad fitbt rsea WE MAli THIS aisker pile In smso OVRotALPRICS3S90iSaUd ii4 leo tile IIee 51gb Grads ws4 tabbernsasjly Used aceT tgresa yw iai = atiar Iw e l 1 36190 iiO Iftc IIeL t s 4ststMENSJAr1 IIfJf a5uat to Tease i 4 1Jt tin y so dotake Dvs Tablets cure dyspepsia Ci to study t Ifaving LOW bought PRICES in very lrge quantities we ate in a pOsition to the following f LLadiea all solid icather Oxfords Ladies all onwla Kill or Calf1 common sense size 3 to S rice41 00 5sold Oxfords common En rgsense too rpatentllp sizo 21 to R t Ladies extra li ht ht Kid w o 1 IA orpatentladles 150 worth f 752 00Kid2 button low shoes All Ladies YIP Kid tan lace bent kid tip Coin Go tO9Fizo2to7E patent tip vesting tan sire 2J to 8 E rire fiO worth 2 00 price 1 75 worthLadlra KM in or spring heel lace or buttQI k 225ntSiittiii 2 to 8 I6i E 150 worth 752Notes ITannew in lieu or button all style toes slzoG to 11 O Ji mill Ei 3 worthe Mens 3 50now Box light or shade all etyle toes size 6 to 11 11 Cand J 3 50 worthMens HInck 4 00t or Tan VlcrJn sll stydes or congress 6to 11 D land Ia 3 00Veda lackor Tan or Calf nil styles size 0 to lI Eand EE 200 worth worth IS De avea eomQee So a hrcn s aril ants RICE ARNOLDSuccessors to WALLACE RICE Ji WE MISSESBLACK 1oDoo Is very Little Money to in a Suit rightlabricstyle your investment of 1000 is Vir tually a Loss Every investment you make in Clothing from ourstore will be gilt edge 3Of bRam le- Our 1000 SttsAre absolutely AllWool beautifully finished Carsimercp every garment Sewed through and through Upper and Lower Shuttle fiovorument Standard Dye Silk Lined extra fine real Italian Lining Sleeves are Lined LinlnjSatinand broad Satin piping Every detail of Inside and outside tailoring is done with care and thought to have the gar ments fit and give the Wearer Lasting Satisfaction There are no better garments ours there is no way to make them better You want to see our Suits before looking elsewhere as we can make do it will much more to do as well ele- wheraGOVINOTON MITCHELL I JNIHOOIS H3H1V31 iVD SOVaa 3H1 3211 SHV3A JVHJ 9NIH001S ON SI 3 I3H When Others Fails often Dipestos 1Ij they druggists Knssia and England have gone toIma long division quote leather Coin nico wol VuI The pprmj Viol heel Pox Calf Tan elf dark Taco Vicl MGtIS t k 3n invest with 6000 Pure with perfectly tailored than your 1000 what take Pimples hails nnd humors show that the blood is impure Hoods Sar Boparilla is the best blood purifier that money can buy The Samoans are beginning to see Stars and feel stripes r X IereTI lereeIer m NlY A fW t DAYS l NG i OneFourth Off Clearing Sale vIllItstd V 1 IBy the forelock IT you tifaitt e benefit of the OneDFotirlh a 1 OFFOn all Heap Goods such as Suits Overcoats ShoesUn1- e1 ti earl Hats c L 6J STU1G FYHnr The Clothier Th Sheer TUe Halter The Furnisher = j The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY MAY 10 1809 Dr Hobson Dentist v Proctor KnottOlgar fa2ithfoclaimsyesterday MafuroueHave you been in Stouffers now store on 1iain street Large Century Plant for sale Ap ply to Mrs J B Willis superCenturyb isioulfer hns moved to Main street next to John G Taylors gstodiedMonllay townlota Seats for Sam Jones lecture now o sale at Stockton Hagans J W Ballard shipped a car load ol hogs to Cincinnati Thursday Dr H C Jasper was elected jail physician by Court M F Arbuckle sold to E L Woods a bunch of hogs at S3 25 Finest line of neckwear in the city at Stuulfers new store Mnin street I have a new upright piano for sale Sthe Goodloe one car load of hogs at 3 33 TIios Jones is the new Democratic committeeman in Biggerstalf pretTncl Largest lino of hats anil caps in Richmond at Stouffers Main street storetLow rates to Louisville and re turnAIay 4 to 21 via L Ji account of races Ky League of Amencan Wheel- men meets here in annual convention June 15 tf The rain of Saturday and Sunday needingitWill Newby and Miss Lizzio Ben jamin wore married at Kiciiolnsvillo lust Monday Judge Tarvin spoko at Shelby ville on Monday We would to have been there sure Cut worms are very numerous in the Red House region where corn is coming up badly CityPauperat 03 per annum Dr Frazee removed Thomas Stew arts ear yesterday at the Infirmary on account of cancer The order to clecn tip your premises should be complied with to prevent disease and SHve cost Stouffer took more titan 100 meas pautliNewSlouffcr sells more clothing for clothierNewG W Dcathcrage and J B Do zier celebrated their 39th birthdays on Monday night at HedlJou e One and onethird fare for joiird trip to Cincinnati May 3 10 20 good for fie days returning via L N The alarm of fire Inst Thursday night was due to the burning of saw dust at Myers planing mill No loss StouITer has taken more measures for suits loonier this spring thai all the rest combined Now store Main St Miss Temple Oldham will close cheap her Einall lintfof ladies handker tliiels underwear and hosiery Come at once aprlOlni Everett Witt Co have bought nearly nil too wool in the lied House reglou at prices ranging runt IdltflSM cents Corn is selling there atperbarrel CMand his wif ius matron Jt H Well was reelected Receiver of the 1uor House T J Marshall tins sold a half inter ist iu hisgrlrit mill at Itod House to Pflowerburr process Dr J W Scudder proposition act o as physician at the four without compensation the county nccelltedStatiQIJsoldaverage 27 pounds nt 3 9nndtwo IiJulyAttorney S It B Black is coUecibr IlIsurlIlreComluuyblecumpIY for the peopld ofOuicounty now operating in ills Slate We are closing out all otugoods in enter to remodel our gesso IRis nhinaanilundernearatyuurorvi- prim r lit now sired Htore nest door to Farmers National Hank SCO frample summer coats and vects Just opened in Jill the latest und heiit fitylec lit UBS than manufacturers tuft to bo closed out KNiiJlfurrt new oppudillaatsntt the Ilurst Home Insurance Gini pany of MiHcr Ilr Ky iaipiOlnt edWm M llisleut WI di rector for Tiptqn prcrinctlfr Ilislf ia ayonuc IhmincI uflnaml YIIiter J J cigar The best smoker the Proctor Knott mutedtotoobeatmoney Suits to measure at 10 Lost abInterchangeleturn to this office and get reward maylO2t City School Census According to Stiperinfendant Wa f oyare male and 339 females an increase of 13 children over last year The cen ellHighv Wllloughby Sale At the sale of the property of the late thefollowingFU to 35 hugs 4 horses 20 to S56 25 200 acres grass laud rented at lawnlostamounted to about f5GO For Bent I will rent privately 200 acres of extra quality Bluegrass landwcll watered and fenced This land is located fonr thne forks of Big llill and Speedwell turn pikes Best grazing land in Madison county M B WHITE Box 372 Richmond Ky mlO2t Largest Hailstones In Years thanderbrisk wind rain and hail on Monday morning at eleven oclock storm passed from west to flast sail the hail was very larks and in places six inches sea11rr t oftlrsstock killed serloudamage e r States showing that we were in the path of a youngtornado Convenlionheld at Philadelphia May 911 The NonIrritating CatharticEasy to operate Hoods Pills The New Era Institute will be held at Harrodsbnrg May 1012 In Constipation Hcrbine affords a natural healthful remedy acting promptly A few small doses will usually found to regulate the excretory functions that they are able to whateverPrice DoPautwConsumption is Prevented coldwhetherPineTuCHoney alldtuThe Methodist Bonn of Insurance Ic ready for hnsine AatlimsBronclHitlscino equal Conssens Money of Tar unciThomns beheldTo be Happy Impossibilitya discomforting cold or nasty little cough 1C you are down in the mouth from the effects of a cough or a cold you will find delight in the use PineTarHoney The Baptist Congress will meet at Pittsburg November 1410 Nothing has ewer been produced to equal or compare with Tattlers Buck andhealingblind and bloedipg external or inter theieuro infallible Price 50o in bottle tubes 75 v Perry Thouis may3lm Profs Cash and Elrud have been KysChildren Catch Cold nore easily than grown folks anfltlleir constitutions will not permit of quinine BeUslillelarHoueybut is pleasant to the taste and is a certain cure for all coughs and colds willtochroutiarrhoea Atlasta success as a cure and that is Cham UinrrbucRemedy e For sale by Perry Thomas 1m willBaptistVkhfH Natare Tweeds assistance it may IKJ nest to ren tementberedies only when needed lite best and thoSJfntCalifornia Fin Syrup Co dayforProbably Was InheilUd SirVKis CuKKKKr May 4 1800 plllfOlinshLflleQtctedwhh almosthllndiulIy 1looidnJjlHheVjnii taking Hoods rstPrn WhlnilloI1n1J taken six or etglst kw f l4tIM cYnulr- G IIr C p i Whooping Cough dlJ1tffromChamberJaintCouJhany medicine would help him but af ter giving him afew doses of that rem ely I noticed an improvement and one bottle cured entirely It is thehOIloJsnitThomasIt now looks like 18 or 19 cents will InBoonBallards Snow Liniment cures Rheu matism Neuralgia Headache Sick SprainsBruises penetratincents and CO cents Perry and Thomas uiay3lm The International Y Af C A con Rapld8lobyPIfWfm CUB A N OIL cures Cuts Burns Bruises Rheu matism and Sores Price 25 cents Sold by Perry Se Thomas mcccssors to W G White The German Catholic Clubs of Kentucky will meet In Louisville May21 Unless a woman cats sufficient nour jshing food she can neither gain nor keep H good complexion Food when digested is the base of all health all willhelpthe clear bright beautiful skin of PerryrhomnThe Edward Atkinson Endless Chain Correspondence Bureau has struck snag10xMany soldiers now feel the et tests of the hard service they enduring the war Mr Geo S Anderson of Rossville York county Penn who saw the hardest kind of sevice at the trout is now frequently troubled with attackelately sas and procured a bottle of Chamberlains Pain Balm It did so much good that I would like to know what you wouldcharge me for one dozen Mr Anderson wanted it both for his own use and to supply it to his friends and neighbors as every familyshould have a bottle of it in their homo not only for rheumatism but lame rack sprains swellings cuts bruises and burns for which it is un equalled For sale by Perry nnd Thomas may3lin Republican organs say the trusts make some things cheaper Men for instance There is a Difference a refit difference a vast difference be tween Ur Hells 1lnerar Honey and any other cough cold or lung remedy curingtoothe irritation heals the bronchials and exhilarates the lungs 25c at all good druggists A coffin lid may be railed a dead open and shut arrangement pallorhnsbuspccted rightly her darling was troll bled with worms has regained the hUt of health with a few doses of llricej25cLerryThomas prcdectetlbyIn singingAsspriuingOer freightedWithHumors boils are designted ijinals warningyou of these feelingMake stealingRatherBut there s something known that will a Man to heatli and vigor lead You will find Hoods Sarsjiparilla Just exactly what you need may3lm The Comborlandrelephone Company will run a lino from Patcsvillo to Clovorport Attractive Women Why is one woman nttiactive and another not The most admirable and attractive thing shout mi attractive woman is tier womanliness Every body admires n womanly woman She must have health of course because without it she would lose the bright ness of her eyes the fulness of her cheeks and her vivacity Real health must menu that a women is really a perfectevery other That she is capable of performing perfectly the duties ot maternity Some are born with what weaknessr It not nest only take the proper ptecautions perfectlyFavorite Ireocriptioivwijl cure any de ran feminine organismSend l cents in onecent stamps to Worlds Dispensary Medical Associa tion Buffalo null receive Dr Pierrt s 1008 paoretCommolf Sense Medical ieuernlnJracefullyPIRELIEFenmoaMtrS nail Summer CotspUlntt Price 25 Cents Sold by Perry a Thomas Saccewors to W O White Several towns In the State will elect two School Trustees at election to be held this afternoon Tetter SaltRheum sadEczema The intense itching and smarting incl aUyaUnredbySkin Ointment Many very bad 2ascfl hero been permanently cured by it It is efficient for itching piles and a favorite remedy for sore uiprsliM dta ba da cbilblaina frost biki sad chronic sore oyes 25 eta per hog 1 r tYti a CwMBHwi IVtTdern ate jest what ajiorso seeds whets ia bad Woodpllrirandvermifuge pattII a IIi J utya c J s lOT AOA1N TilE Busy Bee CashStores Bargains shrewdestour disappointIcynrdTobacco yardGood12cyardGoodyardCottnnndeBest New York mills Camlet Jeans lOc yard yardBest 4 3oc I0 w are all will go very fast at prices named r of the largest goods importing houses in it to look at them our Ready to Wear Department we are showing a beautiful line of Ladies Silk See Our Line of Lace Curtains Dot Swiss Curtains Oil Shades Carpets Mattirigs Oilcloths Curtain Poles Trunks Valises etc We are showing largest assortment of these goods to be seen this side of the large cities Our Hot Bargain prices are a guar antee for their cheapness BIII we at our our and 25c each Our and Seat In 0 0 on a fresh lot of Cassino o termilk Toilet Soap 8c a p Toilet Soap are selling Toilet Soap at Ic a are all new things in Dress o Laces new a Our Hot Bargain Prices All Kinds of Hosiery We have placed sale the Red Hottest line Clothing ever shown this city We everything this this departmentaGct Hot Bargain Prices on this line before purchasing elsewhere Respectfully Wnill fRICHMOND AND GEORGETOWN j NEW Having purchased the Gus Margoleu stocirof from Million will continue the business the SAME STAND On inspect stock get LOSS CASH PRICES Yours Very Respectfully phone yardFinestyliehandpretty scOurMens Boys Percalle Shirts 25cLadiesOScMensBoys Knee Suits Double Knee SpecialPrices SuitingsSilkdry the East will pay you Bargainprices the VEGETABLESfirstclassGrocery Beaslevinav3 eceiveoAnd put sale But price cake the best used We nice cake We showing the Ribbons New Trimmings New and Hambergs Try pair theyQGet on on of in carry in favor sea son in our OLDlIAM COMPANY MT STERLING 6ROCERY Greenleaf BankWeand AUCTION v AS ASSIGNEE OF LEWIS P TOD1 I3EGI11NING MONDAY MAY 1ST And continuing until the goods are dis p1 OSedinninng f at 10 oclock ti niN pIll and 7 p in tilt stock of Dry Goods etc in the sure room on Main Street next to Richmond National Bank Major Forsythe of Paris will entertain the crowd J E flREENLEAF Assignee t7I O ++ 7I HI 7I 7lJ a t a e JtiId 3 r i i It fitjl C s iE 2ij i ld 7I j j j d ijl sgac M4ominated7ft ffi IEAl iL C ci y delegate iii attendance wcis throu hy convinced that w e lead iI the procession iii Stylo Quality and Price in Mens Ladies and Childrens Fine ShOesif and Gents Purnishiiig Cf tr Wi oh t It Calliand be convinced of these facts and reap tome ithe benefits of this meat cttriVbhtibn that never onds at h nl DnUGlA BDlrUT tu ID jl iA 207 WEST MAIN STREET A = tu t r T t E J if 1 J l i ILo rl31 L i WantedAn idea ==Protect mr tdea they tiring you weftUh Write JOHN WrBDCUBURM t Patent AI- tORINIL COa so otrBt ool Uit ol tHO bunJrea laTentlon wanted BIHIRSTi- mo Table No S3 Taking Effect Mon day May 2 1898 1st Class 2d Clas JuST nOIlND No1 No3 No9 Ex Sun Ex Sun Ez Sun AM piiAM Versatile 22 S 52 530 Nicholas dllo ii 02 735 6 48 Valley VIew II 26 S 00 S 20 Million 41 8 13 S Richmond 58 S 33 S 15 P M Union 1213 10 00 12 18 1005 Braufield12 10lS Panola 12 35 10 40 Irvine195 113 N7TN4o 8 No 10 WEST Boumi Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex Sun Ex Sun AM PM PM AM Irvlne 2 00 55 Fanola J 25 1- 05Brasfle1so io- Moberey2 H 45 Union 24 Richmond 6 3 15 2 1- 5MflUon6 330 300- Vall View I III 3 t5 3 2S NioholaiTllle 658 4 10 4 3- 0Yersaflleb7 50 5 00 10 A 51 P 5 P C- An trains connect with Louisville Southern trains to and from LoiiUvillc All trains connect with C N O T P trains to and from CincinnatiJ Train Dispatcher W n ADAMS Superintendent WWboeanthlllllanProtect Your 1dea they bring you wealth Write JOhN WEIJDE1tIItfl1N CO Patent Aflor- ney WabinatOfl P c for their prize offer Ma Uat ot two InTentions wanted SOR CALOVELLSN rllkft incinn U aiIy In Effect December 5 1898 DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY pm Am pm pm 2 09 6 at LYe IUchmondAr Ifl 7 29 245 7 68 Winchester 42 6 X I ti MavBTllle 830 6 +8 930 Paris 8 40 510 38 Georgetown 7 50 4 28 7 20 Ar Frankfoit lire 7 00 3 40 Ask for tickets via Paris J RNEWTONOPA Cliesipsalis ani Dlio Kilny Time of Trains at Winchester Ky WEST BOUND Kit Sterling and Lexington Accom 6 55 am OMtern ExpresS for Louisville 30 am pmNewBAST BOUND Lexington and Morehead Accom 9 am New York Limited F F V1158 11- mLuIRKkm and Mt Sterling Accom 6 33 pm Washington Express 918 pm A modation trains run dally except Sun dailyThrough car service to New York For information rates or sleeper reservations call on or write K HOOD Agent LiNJly Richmond Ky or GEORGE W BAIINEY D A C O Ry Lexington Ky EASIER THAN EVER The present schedule of Illinois Central Rail road in addition to shortening the time to Memphis and New Orleans has made It Easier Than Ever to reach all points In Arkansas Arizona and California The splendid train service with uhlch the Illinois Centrals Memphis and New Orleans Vestibnled Limited is equipped makes It Easier Than Ever to take a trip to the above mentioned territory The Central Is the only line which runs Free Reclining Chair Carsand Vestlbulled trains weeklyPulimna ZSpmArr45pmLveArr Houston Saturday8 45am 45pmArr20pmArrItu ii Tie Wister Ctitc to CiliTonia Parties desiring to make a comfortable trip to tho territory mentioned will do well to com with R II Fowler Traveling Passen ger Agent Louisville Ky WM ALFOBD KELLOND A Q P A A U HANSON G P A Lonlsville Ky Chicago dec29ly SOUTHERN RftILWfY IN KENTUCKY Schedule In eftecc Oc 18 1808 KASTUOUKD NTNc 5 101 74pmArlIfJOpmArAr Lexington liL4rn tII5pm lLpTn WKSTBOOKD No I Na i No 4 5lSamAr5tiamArAr Louisville IttWnm 735pm 75am ObservationInctea EABTItOUKU ITESTUOUMD No l3rrAriws No IMNo 104Oarn5Iirpnsopm 10Can4r JfhrodstigAr 42rpm 730am m 30SSaxnlAr Uurgtn Lv tlSprn 7ioani- 1Aw1uoUaD WErruuia No llltNaCT KTATIONS No ialtNoC8 7Dpin5npmB17pm10l6am Ar Vcrsllcs Ar 7SOam 4iSpm 33pm7l9paieASTBOUND WXSTHOUHO iR ItNoiflTAT1oiStNO1I HNai 73SpnlastamlUCam 705pm ArNlchlTlll Arl iWam 3Slpzn 1153pm 805pm Ar ItIchmndLv 605am 300pm 105pm JAf Irvine Lvl LSOpm STATJQSS No NO 3 745pmArLflxlnctonArJCnon lie 700pm 74iam L15pmArSavannahJacksonville 900Am Ar Cualtanooja IlioamArAr Jacksonville Sam at6ptn Lv Chattanooga V10pm CLMam loaptUllIOamArMcrldlaL JiaaDaLlmAtlantalabconearfoNcwOrlcn carsbetweenant coaches betweenham also Through Sleeping cars from Losing lonto Jacksonville eia Axbcvllle andSavan Dahl nlsp via Chattanooga and Atlanta No cbange lreo Chair cars Lexlnltou to Catta toNowCXCt1flUnd1yA PTA 1Y5OANXoN4WaLingion Weebtugion D WATunxOPA WX1LTATLOKAGPA Wc xt An Excellent Combination- The pleasant method and beneficial effects the well known remedy SYRUP OF FIOS manufactured by the CAUFOUNIA FIG SYRUP Co illustrate the value of obtaining the liquid laxa tive principles of plants known to be medicinally laxative and them in the form most refreshing to the taste and acceptable to the system It is the one strengthening laxa effectuallydispelling gently yet promptly and enabling one to overcome constipation per manently Its perfect freedom from every objectionable quality and sub kidneysliveror irritating them make it the ideal laxativeIn process of manufacturing figs are used as they are pleasant to the taste but the medicinal qualities of the remedy are obtained from senna and other aromatic plants by a method known to the CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP Co only In order to get its beneficial effects and to avoid imitations please remember the full name of the Company printed on the front of every package CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO BAN FRANCISCO CAL LOUISVILLE KY NEW Tronir f T For sale by all Druggists Price per bottle JanSly 135E- CONOMIST RANGES P f 1 I PtI1 iCt11 tIlH Roofing Guttering and General Job Work LAUE MITH i SOR CALDWELLSN ++ H +H++ i SFRock I +++ tFOR + 3te SM Ota O i ta cc e S + +++ t 4i4 promptly 4 9 + 4 In the Prudental you are offered the + 4 beat Life Insurance attainable and on + 4 the most approved plans In Accident + Insurance we again cive the best We + t will not transact business with irrespon + + sible companies 4 4 261 Second Street 4 UpStaIrs J tle2111 4 For Sale Privately r4w- I will offer for sale privately my House and Lot situated on the comer of North and nh propertyThoblo and other necessary outbuildings the lot contains about 90x90 feet The will be reasonable Soc each WILLIAM ENGLISH norttf Richmond K- yREGENERON COMPlETEBLISS f rltThe Great Restore Makes tte FRENCH IrDsrl now nlthln roy rIme or every American Si ilays treatment Is poiJtlTtly guaranteed to yore the most ttmipllcated caso of Ncrvmts Debility ot qukklyAethic nr or UIOEKUn von men will re train their lost manhooil and Old Men wilt record their youthful visor Itlnvigorntcs and restores tc full life hind rigor all loiTerer from Seminal Weak nesses Impotency Vnrlcoccle Spcnnattorhca Slzhtly Eralulons Lost Brain and Jlnscnlar Power DcspondrncyIkslime or sexual excess nwl Indiscretion width smUts one for business study or niarriocn ItKCUXUItO vIiTittint b wiit it glees Vizor and elton and restores Purlflerthatiswlsrtile palerlieck la9UtuponliavlasKCiENKICa PeTboxcureClrculara ArlJulIlJlfwFor sale in Richmond by Perry Thomas Druggists sept21ly Wfeeeler Wilson Sewing Machine Rotary MbtJoi lid Ball Bearings for sateiit4 Grass JFurtmiu I Co Rlcbmondy I CI t f7 r ri c Heres Tow Ckiice Some Extraordinary Offers 111 The Climax The CLIMAX wants fivo hunred new subscribers by the first of thouow year In order to reach this end some ex traordinary inducements will bo made Until further notice the following will be offered to subscribers The CLIMAX and The Week ly Louisville Dispatch 125 The CLIMAX and the Home and Farm 130 The CLIMAX and either the Cosmopolitan Munseys orMcClures Magazine 200 The CLIMAX and the Louis ville daily evening post 3The Richmond CLIMAX and Twiceaweek CourierJour nal both for one year 160 The CLIMAX and Weekly Cincinnati Enquirer 150 The CLIMAX and OhioFarm 190 The CLIMAX can also fur nish any paper published in the United States or Europe at reduced rates THACKERAY ON DEATH The following is taken from n letter of condolence written by Tliackerny to Mrs1roctoron tim death of her mother shortly before Thackerays death The letter is fouud in tho biographical introduction to Denis Dun the twelth in the valuable biographical edi tlon of Thackerays complete works published in the United States by Harper Bros and shows the great novel ist as he was at heart earnest and sub lime not Urn cynic the satirist that so many have considered him The introductions to the thirteen volumes of this new edition constitute tho only biography in existence of Thackray Thinking of doath1t says Thacke ray is thinking of God inscrutable immeasurable endless beginningless supreme awfully solitary Little children step off this earth into the infinite and we tear our hearts out over their sweet cold hands and smiling faces that drop indifferent when you cease holding them and smile as the lid is closing over them I dont think we deplore the old who have had enough of living and striving and have buried so many others and must be weary of livIngit seems tfme for them to co for wheres the pleasure of staying when the feast is over and the flowers withered and the guests gone Isnt it better to blow the light out than sit on among the broken meats and col lapsed jellies and vapid heeltaps I- goto what I dont knowbut to Gods next world which is His and lie made it One paces up and down the shore yet awhile and looks toward the un known ocean and thinks of the traveler whose boat sailed yesterday Those we love can but walk down the pier with usthe voyage we must make alone Except for the young or very happy I cant say I am sorry for any ono rho dies An Atlanta Minister Receives a Piece ol Hoses Flesh With Warning to Leave New Orleans TimesDemocrat Dr L G Broughton the pastor of the Tabernacle Baptist church ofAtlantu Georgia received through tho mail a package purporting to come from a committee o f Palmetto citizens containing a piece of the flesh of Sam Hose and a letter of warning notifying the minister that he would be given six days in which to leave the city Dr Broughton says that it simply bears out the statement he made from the pulpit Sunday night condemning the action of the mob at Newman The letter which accompanied the flesh of tho negro was obscene in the extreme and among other things called Dr Broughtou a dog an old devil and stated that he was held in contempt and condemned by all good women in tho community at with the flesh were several onions some lettuce and salad and the note stated that as Dr Broughton ad mired Sam Hose so much as to defend him from the pulpit and denounce tho action of the mob the committee recommended that he have the flesh made into a Brunswick stew We approve the following from Stan ford and pass it to its second reading- A Dispatch like this that comes from Frankfort every few days At torney General Taylor will not announce his decision on the candidacy for governor for a week or two has grown monotonous We therefore sue guest to the correspondents that it bo changed so as to read as follows The attorney general still keeps the world in suspense by continuing to delay the day of his announcement for governor It begins to look like that individual notwithstanding he is like Yanderbllt described his soninlaw More sorts livingtinsthat no Republican need apply for office in Kentucky again especially one with as little reasons for preferment and has decided to fly tile coop entire ly rA robust manly cooingbabygirl her bosom what more can any wom lmlTwoman ask u a that Heaven intended should be granted to every woman Thousands fail of this because they have neglected to look after their health in a way The health of a Womans- babies is dependent upon lier own health during the period prospective maternity particularahesuffen from local weakness nervous cliiidrenPierces Favorite Prescription is the unfailing cure for all weakness and disease thatbearorgans strong healthy vigorous virile and elastic It makes the prospective mother strong and cheerful It rcbs maternity of ccnstitutiona11ineat and skillful who has bid particularbranch manythousandssell it and an honest dealer will not urge upon you an inferior substitute merely for the little added profit he may make thereon atisif23 or Lisbon Granos Co N H I cannot l1erttaFavoriteirescriptbn coneUpatiollmany diseases Cute the cause and cure disease Ot Pellet Is otk a tOaabthoe IM iibit IaI n4 J 0 h 4W4DilRQeI f Is- f Do you takg cold with every change in ther weather Does your throat feel raw t And do sharp ifpalns drt through your chest Dont you know these are i danger signals which point to pneumonia bronchitis or consumption itself If you are ailing and have I lost flesh lately they are certainly danger signals The question for you to decide Is Have I the vitality to throw offthese diseases Dont wait to try SCOTTS e EMULSION II as a last re Jaort There Is no remedy aequal to it for fortifying the system Prevention Is easy Scotts j Emulsiong prevents consumption and c hosts of other diseases which attack the weak and those with poor blood- SCOTTS EMULSION Is the one standard remedy for inflamed throats and lungs for colds bronchitis and con sumption It is a food mcdl cine remarkable power A food because it nourishes the body and a medicine be cause It corrects diseased conditions 8socndIsndruglsts York t DRESS DONTS Commit These to Memory They Will Bear Constant Repetition Dont be dashingbe dainty Dont sacrifice fitness to fashion Dont let smart verge on loud Dont hold up silks and display rags Dont use the pins whore stitches would do- Dont wear a smart hat and burst shoesDont sacrifice neatness to artistic effect Dont spoil the gown forthe yard oi stuff Dont if you aro September dress as MayDont wear tan shoes if you have large feet Dont dress more fashionably than becoming Dont neglect qualityforuhG7sakeOf qnantiy Dont wear a white petticbat uulessit is look a frump because you cant look a swell Dont trim good material with common trimmings Dont imagine that beauty will atone for untidiness s Dont forgetthat long icSiti often brings discredit Dont male your own dresses unless you can do it well Dont expect great bargains to turn oat great savings Dont jump into your clothes and ex pect to look dressed Dont dress your head at the expense of your hands and feet Dont dress to startle popples eyes but to satisfy them Dont be grotesque while attempting the original Dont wear a fur or feather boa with a cotton dress or skirt Dont put cost before cut Corded silk wont cover a clumsy fit Dont buy cheap imitations if yon cant afford the genuine article Dont forget that dress was made for woman npt woman for dress The Appetite of a Goat Is envied by all poor dyspeptics whose Stomach and Liver are out oforder All such should know that Dr Kings New Life Pills the wonderful Stomach and Liyer R naiJdVtft a splendid appetite sound jind a regular bodily habit that insures perfect health and great enorgy Only 25 cents at any Drug Store 4 The BortrJ of Trustees of the Gins gow Public School have employed the following teachers for the ensuingyean Prof W 0 Turner and rife 11i38eS Bettie Bybee Mollio Wood Katie Mansfield and Maud AValler School will open the first Monday in Septem ber Special Rates to Louisville During Month of May 99 via The Southern Railway Note dates on which you can go to Louisville cheap Spring Meeting New Louisville Jockey Club tickets on sale May 3 to 10 good to return May22 Rate ono and onethird fare for tho rouniMrip On May 4 Derby Day May 11 Clark Stakes and May 20 Kentucky Oaks only one fare forthe roun1triptieketa good two days to return May Musical Festival Tickets on sale May S 9 and 10 good to return May 11 One fare roundtrip Southern Baptist Convention Tickets on Sale May 8 to 12 inclusive good to return 15 days from date of sale One lare roundtrip Travelers Protective As sociation Tickets on stile May 15 and 16 good to return May 22 Onejare roundtrip For rates and further information call on or address nearest Agent South ern Hallway or Wm H Tayloo Asst Genh Pass AgentLouisyiIie Ky RECRUITS FOR THE PHILIPPINES rThe Eecruitlng Offlcorin Lexington has Just received orders to enlist a number of white men for service in the Regiments now in the PJhillnpine Islands These men will be sent direct to San Francisco from Lexington and from there to Manila This will make a fine trip iOIlble bodied men unmac ned and nptoTerSS years of ago It wilt bo a chance to see the world and possi bly make a trip entirely around Ib Persons desiring to enlist should apply at once to the Iteeruitiufr Officer in Lex ington in order to be In tme Judge Cantral decides that the con vict parolll inv Is unconstitutional jusi as John Young mown decided whoij he was governor After tho exgovern orpsen a law oint there js littlo use lajg tbcao Ul alof file ceLt14iJ baY pn cetrec- tS4aai J I aa i rI HtHn11 Court Days J Paris Bourbon untyrfirstMonday Richmond Madison county first Mem yVT VLexington Jayetlo county second Monday Stanford Lincoln county second Mon day I Georgetown Scott county third Mon day i JIonl1ayNichowv Monday T- Wihcbesteri Clark county fourth Monday Versailles woodford county fourth Monday j GIVE PIECE ocfThomas Walshla Cosmopolitan I pray the gods to spare me From this fierce love of mIne Vhose sorrows rend and tear rub AVhose joys are poisoned wine Godheads take back your pleasures Take back you gifts divinoj And from your hearts own treasures Grant jioaco and rest to mine lie Foalrtl Tile Surgon- All doctors told Ionick Hamilton ol West Jelferson 01 alter suffering 18 months froth Itoctal Fistula he would die uii less a costly ooperajibn was per formed but lie cured himself with live boxes of Bucklens Arnica Salve the surest Pile cure on Earth and the beet Salve iu the World 25 cents a box Sold by Perry Thomas Druggist 4 Gov Bradley says Hunter is not worthy of rerpect Hunter is pgood slice for Republican party in these parts hence the remark includes his following When Mr Hunter is heard from he will beyond doubt say the same thing of the Governor which wiil include thu latters following All good Democrats will thou say Amen you are bott both eminently correct We have been telling you that for lo these many years but ye believed it not Truth crushes to earth will rise again the eternal years of God are hers but error wounded writhes in pain and dies amid her worshippers Substitute Democracy for truth and Ee pnblicnnism for error and you have the case in Kentucky Truth has been crushed to earth these four years in the Grand Old Commonwealth but watch her rise on the ides of November next when Error will have a fatal case of appendicitis Harrodsbnrg Sayings m If an editor who is perfectly sincere is to be jerked up for criminal libel every time lie criticises public officials or others needing the eyes of the people turned to their misdeeds the boasted freedom of the press is a travesty and the mainstay of good government will bo withdrawn Judge Parker is entitled to the gratitude of every one who regards the press as the palladium of liberty and the freedom of speech a God given right Stanford Journal The above is anent the acquittal of Editor KnQtt of the LouisvIlle Post for criticising the rotten administration of the city government of Louisville COLORED SOLDIERS ATTENTION The Colored Regiments of the regular army are filling up very last and there are only a few vacancies left All ablebodied colored men who can read and all exeoldiers who desire to reenlist should call at once at the Recruiting Office in Lexington Business College Building Main street near post office Lexington iy The Bloomer Girls who will playa match game of baseball with a Paris team at Paris Friday atternoon defeated the Ashland team Friday beat the Mt Sterling boys Saturday and Sunday bested the Lexington team Smiley Perry a prominent druggist of Rtisscllville known by his hundreds of friends as Bunks Perry died last evening of heart disease He was ono of the bestknown and most generally beloved men in Logan county The marriage of Miss Maude Christ in and Mr Charles S Garretson a popular society couple is announced to take place attbe Methodist church inEus scllville Wednesday evening May 10 When a mans rattled ho does queer things A Now Yorker who tried to turn in a fire alarm from a letter lox had a little trouble in proving his sanity Prof H Ji Geenwolllnte pincipal of Liberty College at Glasgow has seqnrcd control of the Bardstown Bap tist Male and Female Institute 1 8 8 ee msaI Q BeutifuIWomen E There are few women las beau 5 tiful as they might be Powder g and paint and cosmetics dont make good looks Beauty is H simply an impossibility without g health Beautiful women are o few because healthy women are o few The way to have a fair g face anti a wellrounded figure a ia to tako II rsiieifs- tFeiieiegsJafor E j This LJ that old and timetried g msdicino that cures all female II e troubles and weaknesses and drains Jt makes no difference = g what the doctors call the trou ill ble if there is anything tha matter in the distinctly feminine g organs Bradfields Fear 8 male Reguiator ill help = g and cure it Jt ia good for h E regular or painful menstruation III theag ache packachQ and dizziness = Take get welh Th iV g tures1andM Sold by JnJKjfcts for 51 a bottle 1 TIlE BRADHELD REGULATOR CO GA LKIIn J1IMc jA IALL WOMEN Should know tJiat the Old Tlmo Ueaioay Is tho best for Penile TrosMes Corrects aU IrrcBularlUes In Female Organs Should be taken for Ctunps ol Lila and before ChMBMk Plasters This Ceffltilies have Stood the test for tWe1tlypars Mads only by New Spencer Meiilclne Co Chat tnouen Tennenee Perry Thomas druggists successors to W O White decslyr All druggists soil Dr Miles Nerro Plasters 3 fill iLIiiJIID i tI AM ee YEARS OLD andnewrtaed PlDeTarHonIn grip as well as CODlM and colds It mates weak lungs troncairs M A lietcura lWacat Er STEEL STEAMERS 18 THE c trTa4c4o 1625 front I CANDY CATHARTIC II G r r1fr Ring out the old Ring In the now Ring out tho false Ring ia the true It We 3g to you the new and true from tho piney forests of Norway DR BELLS PineTarHoneyNatures science to a Pleasant Permanent Positive Cure for coughs colds and all inflamed surfaces of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes The sore weary coughworn Lungs are exhila rated the microbebearing mucus is cut out the cause of that tickling removed and the inflamed membranes are and soothed that there Is no indination to cough SOLD BY ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS Bottlea Only 25c SOc and 100 Sizes BE SURE YOU GET Dr Bills PintTirHoncy For sale by Perry Thomas successors to W O WhiteI Sell Your Hides ANDBUY YOUR Seed Potatoes at Thurmans We pay the Highest and sell for the Lowest Prices on earth- THTTRMAN GROCERY Co COR MAIN AND CHEAPSIDE RICHMOND KY tttttW4kT- heyre C the AJiA Best 1 c Thais why you want to se them hw c before you buy We mean our I Insurance 2 Gasoline iStovet FOUND ONLY AT TIlE y Cash Hardware Store of i3 DOUGLAS SIMMONS f H = C Plows Harrows Corn Planters 4Cultivators Champion Bind ers and Mowers and all kinds of Farming Implements t3mchlly For a SUMMER CRUISE take the COAST LINt TO MACKINAC YPASSENGER TIle Foug Tarns pen Wttn Btrwtts and soo Ann DULUTH 11 is healed so aa SAnTY Ti eiNo Cim4rwc44Lwaoiiol3qulpmeat ica f Toledo Detroit acklnac PETOSKEY MAnsuetTe MsckhascandAJ9fOxleteCotrro Oetroltl IlTsnm BFTWEIHDcTROIT Ill 150 Eec1I Dhrecticir 7ciDectioasBiWeat i EArliest TraitidfelipoIsta East South allpoInuuns Trt6 8Ml4fAeSpSet Only Ertt Csriwoaiv 0iiaCJovoland Bayand XoJcdo Bend ac for JlltatraUd Pamphlet A siAi A S6MANT a P MSi 51 r 0Ifi u Jft tr1 jp r v 1 i asITRY S p S SEND NO MONEY m go apr5Sin I Sealed Bids Scaled bids will be received byJ N Culton for the erection of a new church just beyond Water Works on the Richmond and Irvine turnpike up to May 25 For further can on David ChenauU Sr or N Culton this city apr26td PI tlfOfvNUBIAN TEA cures Dyspep and Indigestion Regulates the Liver Price 25 cts Sold by Perry Thomas successors to W Q White 4AA4 5O YEARS EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS I DESIGNS rm COPYRIGHTS cAnyone sending sketch and description may a3certain our opinion an Invention is probably Commnnln Cons atrictlyconhldenttai Handbook on Patents sent tree Oldest agency for ecur1np patents Patents taken Mann Go recclro tpeetat notice without chared In the Scientific fltaierican A handsomely Illnttrated weeHr Largest drcnlatlon of any pclentuto journal Terns J3 a rear foarraonthsfi Sold byaU newsdpalcrn UNN Co36lBroadway New York Dranca ONCe CS T 8U Washington D 2827 2 r COLUMBIAN Jll1ALL DRUGGISTS 2841 oo rvIawvwnorAddress IlI p LEGAL TEST 16036 Record 223V fourth heat in a race on a half mile track Sired by the great Election eer the only horse with in 230 LEGAL TESTS 1st dam by Don Victor by Williamsons Belmont 2d dam Minnie by son of Hambletonian 3d dam Laura Keen by Hambletonian all producing dams Itnyhorsespeed and 230 performers and liis son Chimf is the champion trotting Stallion as a sire or fast and consistent race horses having to his credit seven with average records ol 2111 a distinction which is not equaled even by the great George Wilkes or any of his sons The public is well acquainted with such notici performers as The Monk The Abbot Fantasy Tommy Britton Janie T etc from year t year the leading stars of the truf The get of this great horse also bold the records for yearling twoyearold and three yearold ellthtdtha fourounce shoo in front and behind and is quite a handsome horse Will stand at 1500 to insure a 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