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Digital page images are linked to the text file. u I m ifc j I C TITlEC H fir jRICHMOND CLIMAX JbrJill INi lPrnt5ow5t 5fevii VOLUME 25 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MAY 17 1899 h NUMBER 50 j StvoTtSk vt tive Dwi Tn qi1c Life Assurance eJeATOl THE GRIGSBY MUNCEY General AgentS Eastern Kentucky n THE DZST OP THEM AL- L1LllPINCOUS 1 1 I rONTHLYJ1AcAZINE l tvifirrn n coBpleta ravel In r riMiiini ton r lCJl1nllllyoiuoCr- ulnl umilnliiK matter No rntifntrrr jMfr7leli nrff 90 cfJrcffonutife to ntvt reader It MiiiiM be In cvpry household Sub erriiiii S3OO jor year whomnJ B LIPPIHCOTT COMPANY Publishers PHILADELPHIA PROFESSIONAL CARDS ATT03N3Y3 Rw MILLER ATTORSBYATLAW RUHIIOND KENTUCKY tnire in the nurnam Building next door to srimrs National Dank fcb3ly SurLr T ANJA ATTOKXEVATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Oiliip over Hardware store op pnsiti Court House on Main Street HOGG ATTOKfflSr AT LAW EIiItflNI KENTUCKY Wire No 13 First St up stairs 3130 J C c D M OI1KNAULT ATTORNEYS AT LA W RICHMOND KENTUCKY office on Second street over Chen milts grocery PHYSICIANS DRS GIBSON GIBSON 1IIYSICTA ff AND SURGEON RICHMOND KENTUCKY itfict in the Jee Colini building and ao Sec ci treet over While old drult lore 27 CHAS HOOKER I ETEllINAKY SURGEON Graduate Ontario Veterinary College v rintiry Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty i Office up stairs over store recently accu ro by Richmond Harness Co East Main St jlilunoiiii Kyapr71y H C JASPER M D Medicine and Surgery idice Collins Buildinc MainStreet Ti iihone nt residence the Curt place on IJroadway- lilCHMOSn KENTtCKV EVANS M D GW PhYSICIAN ANn POKOKON- KICIIMOND KENTUCKY DRT JTAYLOK in Median trSJgIractitwner KirilMOND KKNTUCkY ariOfflce and residence on Second Street DENTAL SURGERY DT att t toDsot PENTIST OP TinisvitiB KY ffSOTice next door to Government Building nichtnSnd Ky Office hours 9 to I2I to novlTly n nu Four nice rooms for rent Call at Dental OHice of Dr Hob son next door to postoffice D FRED SMITH DEN IST- WOluce over Collins Grocery same office lately occupied by Dr W W Ilurgln JanlZly Dr Louis 1 L ndinan No West Ninth Street Cincinnati Ohio will be at the Hotel Zimmcr Richmond Ky on WEDNESDAY APRIL 14 1899 returning every eccond Wednesday o each month Reference every physician of Richmond Ky ebl6ly KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY PmWrH Inijtw Ij ERARY BuiLt MEDICAL AND COMMERCIAL COLLEGES Tuition itT Literary and Bible Conrse fa s year More than wenty teachera Kymnasinm Thousands of successful alumni Social and moral welfare of students receive special attention to both aeresFol catalogues address the President jlyKtf ILL1ICETLSHORT New 0rileans I Best Line to ARKANSAS TEXAS MEXICO AND CALIFORNIA Pullman Tourint Sleeping Car leaves Lon rille every Thuraday night and ram throu1 to San AIk your ticket agent tai particulars or WrIt AgentLoulav1leFree Reclining Chair Cars Loalsrllle fMemphis ndNew Orleans AIIIIANSOK WM A KELLOND GI A Chicago XarALonIaTtUf r RICHMOND BOY BANQUETS WITH BRYAN AND TARVIN IN NEW YORK DEAR Sin Having once bein a resident of the dear old city of Rich mond which holds scenes and events dear to my childhood I take an unfeigned interest in her welfare As you doubtless know it has been a long time since I resided there and at the time of my departure I was not interested in politics Owing to that fact I am not enlightened as to the political views1f the several newspapers in your city hence I addreFSyoti as The Leading Democratic Newspaper and trust that you will receive samq prompt Jy I have been greatly interested in the coming political campaign and can proudly say my interests are chiefly centered in the Chicago platformwhich to me since my thorough investigat- iOn of its very plank is a second Declaration of Independence and I feel assured that after a careful inves tigation every other citizen who wishes to sen our country in abounding prosperity and not under the cruel thumb of a foreign nation would find it the sump as I have Should we as American citizens bring ourselves under financial servitude to London as other nations have done No Let us honorably and bravely stand up and retain our independence for which our forefathers bravely fought and heroically gave their lives Let it be only by tho stifling of that spirit and love of liberty which gave us pout ical independence in 177G won in the war of the Revolution as proclaimed in the sixth clause of the Chicago plat formOur President elected in 180fi did not exert his power in securing for us bimetallism as he had pledged to do but instead after several mouths of his administration hail elapsed presented a lull to Congress the object of which was to fasten the gold standard upon us forever therefore making the laboring man a slave to vile treachery which was nothing more than a betrayal of public trust My dear friends should I write as my mind anil heart dictate I fear there would be a scarcltof stationery in New York and Brooklyn but I will desist from this subject and return to the object of my letter to you I wish to say that I am glad to have been present at the great 1 Chicago platform dinner heM in New York last night at the Grand Central Palace which was in every way a tremendous success I enclose you a progam and list of speakers Mr Bryan responded to the toast of Democracy and did justice to it was the opinion of evory one present Our grand old State of Kentucky was well represented by Judge Jas P Tarvin whose popularity was mulo manifest by the continued rounds ol applause given him during his response to the toast of Power of Organized Wealth I only wish that it were possible for the entire voting population of the United States to have been present to have witnessed the friendly gathering of both rlnh and laboring man and been benefited by the speeches of our most popular political leaders Knowing of the glad welcome Bryan received in New York I fee that notli Ing famulus but to walt for the returns of the next election scion to the world will announced that our President the lirut of the iiw century is William Jennings Bryar n cnncliisioi I wish to add that JUSI iCOO h Not worth paying attention to you say Perhaps you have had it for weeks youhavecough It annoys you also because you remember that weak lungs is a family failing coughAtAt flrt it is easy to cure At last extremely dif- ficultAllers CIIer1jPecloNi f quickly conquers your little V hacking cough t r There is no doubt about I the cure not Doubt cornea neglectFor half a century Cherry Pectoral has been curingcoldsandcouglis andpreventingconsumption It cures Consumption if taken in time fi Keep one 8tl1 lCrSCk1rl Pccloral Wasters fRrlCf lugs If not cob Shall ire send you a look on this ubect tree Our BfetKezt C prtntct- It you hare anY complaint what ever deilre the but poiIbiybtaflwr1teI a piomntTeplrMlOiojteo t 1R ieUJat I jf J itaiiiMakes the food more delicious and wholesome nxiima rowrea co now that I fully appreciate the value of our countrys greatest blefsing Equal Rights and that I can call myself a citizen of the United States with a right to vote for the prosperity of the country that is tear to every honorable citizen I do not wish to inconvenience you in any way but I would bo pleased to have the friends of my boyhood know my sentiments in regard to same therefore leave to your kindness the fulfillment of my wish I sincerely trust that what little I know and have said in this letter may ho beneficial to many who are seeking for the tight A few words in regard to my wel fare I have a nice photograph gallery at 530 Fifth Avenue Brooklyn and am well content to be here in the East where everything is so businesslike Nevertheless I should be glad to visit Richmond and my old friends anti certainlyintotid to do so at my earliest opportnity Trusting your paper to ever be a benefit to our cause and with best wishes and kindest regards to all Rich mond friends I am Very Sincerely April IS IlvnuV LSCHLEGEIJ Robbed the Grave A startling incident of whiih Mr John Oliver of Philadelphia was the subject is narrated by him ns follows I was in a most dreadful condition My skin was almost yellow eyes sunken tongue coated Paul continually in back and sides no appetite gradually growing weaker day by day Three physicians had given me up Fortunately a friend advised trying Electric Bitters and to my great joy and surprise the first bottle made a decided improvement continued their use for three weeks arid am now a well man I know they saved my life and robbed the grave of another victim No oneshould fail to try them Only 50 cents per hot tIe at Terry r Thomas Drug Store Sac ccssors to W G White 5 Confederate Decoration Day Saturday May 27th 1899 Daughtersof VeteransThe Saturday in May Is hereby set apart as decoration day We hope as in the past that it will be your pleasure to meet and scatter flowers upon the graves of the gallant mon who gave their lives to the cause they loved so well It is said that General Hunter on June 12th 1SH when his lorces were evacutiiit the town of Lexington in passing by the Cemetery wherein the remains of the renowned Gen Stone wall Jackson were buried ordered the panels of tim fauces removed anl the Federal Army marched by the grave of that gallant Confederate General with reversed arms and otherwise honored the valiant dead If such a tribute could be paid during the heat ed period of war by a Federal Army to a foehow touch more lovingly can we gather flowers fresh with the morn ing dew and scatter them upon the graves of our loved ones Then to all who recognize unsullied worth Christian fortitude bravery on field of battle loyal to true soldierly impulse and real matilioodcotue with us mid do honor to the memory of our Confederate dead J M POYNTZ Brig Gen Commanding J TO MAKE LIFE HAPPY Sweet music appeals to the heart and sour and lightens rosily otlifes burdens If you have ever heard thcsweettoned Steger Piano you will appreciate1 this To reach the highest standard of excel lence has always been the aim in the manufacture of the Celebrated Steger Piano Only the best material is used insuring great durability Every piano fully guaranteed The Steger factories thoroughly equipped with the best null most improved machinery located at Steger III are among tliejiaruest in the Vcst- jInteiidiigpunhascrs will find it pVpi fitable to write for full descriptive cat logue which will be mailed free upon application Steger Co Estab llshcd 1870 Chicago III A Thousand Tongues Could not express tfiefaptufe rAn nie B Springer of 1125 Howard St Philadelphia Pa when shofound that Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption had completely cured her of a hacking cough that for many years had made life a burden All other remedies dud doctors could give her no help but she rays of this Royal Cure It soon rembvsd the pain in my chest and 1 can now sleep soundly something I can scarcely remember doing before I feel like sounding its praises through out tlie Universe II So will every oio- whiotries Dr Kings New Discovery for any trouble of IhO Throat Chestor Lungs Price SOc and SI 00 Trial bottle free at Perry Thomas Drug Storejjivery bottle guaranteed 5 1 HICKS FORECAST FOR MAY if Hicjis sum upof the weathrr for the remainder of May isas follows A regularfifonii period is centraljon the l2Ui icoVerinR tlip Jlth to Itith rhtsperiod AvilJ dovelop a very lush temperatur for the seasoiv over moat of the countryo Thid barometer will be depressed generally nnd some wide reaching stormy will npIar na1141 touching the 12th to UhiA reaction sTy disturbance centers 0115 the l7tb to 18th More marked storm conditions wilt developed at this timeand the Moon being on the equator on the IGth the warm wave and electrical storms will barely reach their crisis or subside before the date Ytiy cool weather comes on the heels of electrical storms during the last half ot May The tem perature will fall low ol1 ugh for stios squalls in the north hhich heavy frost at night Marked hail storms are note blqcltJriog thIreiius period May ndi- niubhi 4 Tht Venus period will culminate w Juno BAKING POWDER BLASTED WILL BE ALL IDEALS SHOULD IMPERIALISM GAIN A STONG FOOTHOLD GermanAmericans Sought the Land of Freedom to Es cape Such a System as is Now Advocated BY THE ADMINISTRATIONNO PARTY CAN OPPOSE AMERICANISM AD EXIST LONG The Westliche Iost of St Louislast week punted an article in the English language defining the policy of all Ger manAmerican papers in this country regarding Americanism against imperi alism The article in part follows Time and again the attempt has been RepublIcanIsin American patriotism and that high and farseeing love of mankind which unites men ot all countries in common brotherhood of humanity have rallied against it When halfa century ago we had the sance cries of Mani fest Dcstinythie Conquering Saxon Expansion and all the rest we are hearing again now Americans as radically opposed to each other in most things as we are Calhoun and Corwin joined with Clay Webster Lowell Clayton and Clemens against it What American can read this with out an indignant refusal to consent that the blood of those once our allies shall saturate the soil on which they were born that we may be praised by the London Times for our noble work for progress in furthering British plans for dismembering and robbing China John MClayton himself the author of the ClaytonBuhver treaty and open ly in favor of cooperating with England in this was openly opposed to hav ing anything to do with the political methods of British imperialism What is there in stalwart Americanism its native Americanism if you will except that GermanAmericans are saying now in declaring that they gave up home and friends and came thousands of miles into jin unknown country for the deep love not of Brit ish colonialism but of American Republicanism To that they are loyal now and always To Americanism not to the British commercialism of the bayonet to Americanism to liberty to progress to freedom from militarism to thin ox pectation of a time to come when the world will bo no longer shackled by imperialism with its bayonets and fet tersto that GermanAmericans who renounced imperialism in Europe arans devoted now as they wore 60 years ago when they listened to Seward as lie said of these same Expansionists Sir they have sent the American eagle abroad bearing not the olive branch but a shackle In his talons The hag of this great republic stands nownot for what the London rimes approvesbut for what it meant when Seward stood under it to utter this im mortal sentence Such Republicanism as that was not his nor is it that of any loyal German American or of any other American who Is loyal to lila flag situ to his country Mav heaven forbid that it ever should be May the time never come when the American people will applaud those who drabble a flag dedicated to free dom and human progress in the blood of men who die on their own soil resisting the same principle of British imperialism again over which America triumphed at Yorktown and New Or leans Such ideas will never prevail in America Any party which commits itself to them will bo wiped out of ex istence Any leader who attempts to check civilization cud progress under American institutions and through American principles will ho repudiated and disgraced j any foreign nation which for its own brutal and seflsh purposes attempts to use the American people as n catspaw in schemes of fraud and violence wilt tind itself the victim of the reactions of its own ma levolent scheming Justice liberty progress through justice and liberty until thin wholo world is elevated by our national lifo as it has been by the individaul life of Wakaliiugtouttiat is thin manifest destiny of America j for that the ling stands and fur that Ger manAmericans are willing now as they always have been to slake everything knowing that when issues are made against liberty suit in favor of imperialism everything is at stake for them the American flag and for all that is worthy ol survival in the World =BOOK OF TIlE DOG We have received from the Associat ed Fanciers 400 N Third street Phila delphia u copy of their Dog Buyers Guide It contains a fInely executed colored frontispiece well ctrnttn en graill sot nearly every breed of dog and all kinds of dog furnishing gOods We should judge that the book costs to produce a great deal moro than the price asked 15 cents and we should advise all our readers who urn Interested in dogs to selid fur the Look LOUISVILLE TOBACCO MARKET The market this week lies fluctuated more than usual but the average range of values has difleied but little from thoso of last week except for tobacco In soft condition which has been some what lower The tendency of the mar ket is upward for tobacco of the colory type Awhile teat of the red type sellini froin SIO 12 has been irregular with a tendency to easftr prices The sales of the week included four hogsheads of one crop sold at the Growers wnre bouse at 20lS2 10 mad L22- 5alstwbogstea4s i sold i Jthe liut11 street house at 19 each P- Osta NEW TOSS PASSIONS Broadcloth jackets with notched sat in lapels are very chic An openwork straw toque has all the trimmings massed at one sidethe left Sleeves are PO tight to the forearm as almost impede circulation Nice proepect for Summer comfort A cloth Princesso gown closes on the left side from neck to hem three buttons appealing on the bodice chose to the shoulder and three just below the waist line The long Cyrano neck chains may be rendered pratical in n variety of ways They may be attached to purse lorg nette watch viniagrctte or pencilcase At the Ulipntian Bazar Best Co are showing little bonnets in straw and colored pique They are called Dutch bonnets and are very cute little af lairs Long silk gauze ties in white and dainty colors are still very fashionable They are tied in very smartlooking bows in front Plaited rumes form the favorite finish for gauze scarves One new style of princesse gown is a trIfle more elaborate than the earlier model No portion of ones under dressing could possibly bo more dainty than the lovely lacemesh Summer corset of R G make Ladles can easily have three or four corsets for Summer and the more the better as changing them frequently makes one feel Iresh and comfortable A very smart tailor gown is of broad cloth iu two shades of blue Patent leather belts with steel buckle and a ring on each sue are very fashionable EVELYN CAULK SUPERINTENDENT WAGERS SUSTAINED The Pantagraph states the case so well and the compliment to Prof Wag ers is so deserved that wo copy the Pmitagraphs statement of the vex atious trustee question In view of the fact that the legislature of 1893 changed the time of elect ing school trustees from Juno till Octo ber and that n great many trustees think they terminated their term of office and were released from the respon sibilities of same as soon as his succes sor was elected there has been some confusion as to tile expiration of their terms Mr Wagers says the new law provides that the trustee elected shall hold his office for three years Jrom the first of July succeeding hid election Therefore by reason of a change in the law and in order that there may not be- n vacancy in the board each trustee elected under theold law must hold one year longer than he was elected for And it is the duty of the trustee who has acted ns chairman during the present scholastic year to so continue till first of July1809 Mr Wagers po sition has been sustained by the court of appeals A case involving tinsques tion came up from Wolf county and covers the decision of Mr Wagers to the letter ROBBERY IN BUCKTOWN Corn Boone Hennio King and Mary Owens three dusky and shady dent zens of Bncktnwn have been arrested on a serious charge One night this week P Sheridan a tailor wandered into the bailiwick of tire above damsels and was robbed of 140 in money nnd a check for 20 The women went to Richmond to have a good time and their lavish expenditure of money caused the officers of that town to send a telegram of inquiry here Officer Tarpy went over and brought the gang home including three fine tailormade suits a lot of handsome silk underwear and other finery with which the colored damsels intended to paralyze the other frail denizens of Bucktown Some twentyeight dollars of the money was recovered The Grand Jury will inves tigate Ike case as soon as they resume their session Winchester Democrat One of the things said an unmarried lady to The Flyman of the Ver lilies Sun the other day that no Woman ever falls tp resent is the sug gestion that shin had anything what ever to dn with marrying her husband She may be as meek and humble ns the traditional worm but lot anybody hint that she did the proposing and she turns on you with a snapping denial So well understood Is this feminine idiosyncrasy that we have facitly ac cepted it as n polite if ridiculous theory that it i3 only by dint of the most per sistent persuasion that a woman is ever induced to forsake the state of sin gle blessedness We oven carry the ideal bu far that we say a gulls married to a man and that she is led to the altar as if shin was more or less of a victim instead of being pleased to death at her good luck iu catching the iiiHii she wanted NCURABLE DISEASES Aftiriy diseases considered in catarrhIlSimple catarrh in the head is called ConJ1tarrh of the tk lungs and its victim is no doubtpasthelp in the more ad f1ifrr 6taguifbers of people die of consumption needlessly It is certain that every phase of catarrh including many cases of consumption are cured by the right treatment Peruna Dr Hartmans great prescription attacks catarrhal diseases scientifically and cures them Dr Hartmnn explains it fully in his books which are mailed on application Here is a letter from Mrs Ilarmening Mazo Manic Wis who is one of many cured of consumption by Peruna She say- sPeruna Medicine Co Columbus O JnAH SmlU J cannot praise your remedy too highly Last winter 1 had la grippe hemorrhage of the lungs followed All the doctorsaro ml hero told mo I had to die of consumption Then I thought would ask Dr Hart man for advice which I did lIe pre scribed Peruna for me and I took it according to his directions and wns cured I advise everybody that is troubled with lung disease to take Dr Ilnrtmans treatment I am sure they will not regret it i they do lam now good health and can tkkPeruMtior it 0 a f1- I IIS UfSit- A Hook for Y uflg and Old- yECURj RECORD NERVOUS Es 187g flBLOOD 25000o 4sINDISEASED PRIVATE CUREDp15ASES 250000CURED IIno you tinnedYOUNG MAN against nature when ignorant of tho terrible crime you were committing LIlt you only consider evilhabitriblo results were your eyes oi neJ to your peril Did yon later on in man linodenntnutanyPlUVATKorllLOOD discawT Were you cured Ioyoun w tymptomaflare YTIlEItLIKEstantly living In dread Is marriage a failure with you on Recount of any weak nets caiunt by early abate or later ex cesses have you been with mercury This bookletwlltpomtontto yon the result of these crimes anil out how our NEW METhOD TKEAT MENT wilt poritirely euro you Ithow how thousand s have been saved by our NEW TKKATJIKNT It prove how wo can flUAKANTEK TO CU11E ANY CURABLE CASE Olt NO PAY We treat and enro EMISSIONS OLEFISTIlJCTURICRET DRAINS UNNATURAL DIg DLDDERdifeue CURES GUARANTEED The Wages of Sin sent Irre by enclosing 2o CONSULTATION FRKE If unable to call write for QUESTION BLANK for ROME TREATMENT X F S- KENNEDYS KERGAN 122 W FOURTH STREET CINCINNATI O p i qi i 3 CURED with vegetable DRO PS Y KtmndlrR Haro cured I many thousand coc- celled hopeico In ten clays at least twothirds nil Hrinptomn remoT ti Testimonial nndTEN DAYS rvntrnrnt free liz H H CEIEHS SONS Box K Atlanta Ga GO TO TIlE English Kitchen 12 W Short St Lexington Ky J W MASTERS Proprietor Hcffiilar meals 25 cents Lodging 25 centn Most convenient and centrally located hotel In the city line equipped bar in connection gPI M D IItJ Ion 0 t1l end Whiskey 61t Hired at liome ultli imt Hunk of par liculnrs sent RcEt- JRRM WOOLttt te Korth 1ryor St PlowfJEiIi Our Goods l9 Our Prices Compel you to trade with us when you give us u trial t Th B ffi 1 irillB m m ID lJ illqjIl nv IDJ1 111 Jo The ladies cannot be deceived by catchy phrases nor bombastic claims All we have to say is we buy in the best markets of the world select the latest goods and when you buy you know you have the latest uptodateI goods Is you want If so trade with CommissionDIerchants Cattle logs iil Slump UNION STOCK YARDS CINCINNATI O TELEPHONE 7346 ZIYAIL information regtrding live stock cheerfully furnished Consign your stock direct to us neptly ++ ++CALL AT + + + + JQISALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can be found dispensedbydating clerks Genuine Saratoga Water Kept on Tap Phone 3 Second St RICHMOND KY S I If TIMEI1igLILj Is right at hand so is the riJhcal VulcaniiJ WniteAND GiDSnnjI WIHIHosnalCOll And Bell Center=Cut Irn Disc HarrovSrn m uEi Our store is heavily stocked with every articlcll found in u firstclass Hardware Stare such 8 L as Collars Hames Trades Backbauds et- cILI F ffi Nails Wire Stoves Tinware Cutlery eteillSI rn- rn IL Mn WM BUCIOEY pur experienced tin rn jJ ner is constantly ill demand for guttering aIi J roofing indrepairingWe 1m will not be jJ iiUndersold Taylor Bros f3 Madison Monumental Works ESTABLTSIIED 1863 JAMES Tf HAMILTON PKOPRIETOR Monuments Toms Headstones Statuary and Foreign and American Marble and Granite FJIIE WORK R SPEdIIMITYS t+ Those who are onle l1llalln ltiyinj MnrMe Granite or aiiy kind of Cemetery Work will find it lo their interest to call nt tho old stniilin the real of the M E Church on Irvine Street where they will find constantly on hand a large stock of flinHluiil work ti select froni at prices to piiit nil elates of buyers gG tRW UOUOJIKU one of the best workmen In Central Kentucky Is in clmrpe of our estililisslinient and this means patisfnotcry work In vary phase Parties lirinir at a distance should write to us for which will Uo furnishedipn application a cit PtIlOAGL SQL1CrrED J 1 7ES jH77l1 I I tr0Nt ProiJlLorO I H o I ij III XIeXtriL = We Dont 11 Want a Cent nvfcv Of your money unless you P get value received for it For that eaSOl1 we are always yglad to bavo you lookaround the store and learn now much better you can do here than anywhere else Bedroom L rrr4 SuitesI il J Beautiful Brass and Folding Beds r 1ff Elegant Sideboards i Extension and Center fi Ii L1Odd Dressers Parlor Cabinet Book TablesI rHHat Racks Etc Etc There is also on display ill my store the most 1 elegant display of Morris Chairs ever g brought to Richmond My quettcRoxbClrybe excelled andjpBasketsHive additions to our business i If you are a lover of beauty it will pay you to jcalland my line of Framed Pictures Me dallions e We also make a specialty of Wa framing pictures 1 Our line is full and corn Iet3 and in charge j of Mr M G Brown a graduate embalmer and funeral director It will pay you to f callon me before purchasing elsewhere 4 Si NEVILLE MOBERLEY1J Successor to J 8 Cottiux ffr NIGHT PHONE 23G3 I A BOON ToMjiNKIND S- DTALERS IBUCKEYE A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN jj CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBES BY MAIL 75 CENTS BOTTLES 50 CENTS JAMS f BALURD Sole Proprietor 310 North Main Street ST LOUIS Kff For sale by PERRY THOMAS Druggists l4ntvljr SEND US ONE DOLLAR I1101 adtu4 t Ik 11110 iIiM41 1111KW IXrXUIII liail lyfrtlctlC CbJIonltllM Yon CM examine It at jronrnemt rrelKht iei ot iruir yutiflnJlt exaeiljTBi rxpmmtcd equal to oran tbxt f all a t 475VU I noooo tiiegreaietya1ueyouecraWnhl ftr organ fcdrertlMd bjothen at ore money iiay imo ur vperlal W dya offer orlee S3I7Ilie SOOr Joll and II ellb cJIl1- e3751S OUR SPECIAL 90 ousrPRICE tSJKZ= prlc cltrsIhjrvtbm j aek eSe wea PCfcr mad before HE ACE QUEEN 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Richmond Climax EditorsAC E WOODS Associate Editor WEDNESDAY MAY 17 111991 rUBLlaUKl EVERY VRDNJDAY BT The Climax Printing Co IMUCK PER YEAR 150 DEMOCRATIC TICKET EOn KAlLnOAD COMMISSIONER 3D fIST COL A W HAMILTON 01 MT STEIIL- I6ANNOUNCEMENT FOR AUDITOR Wo are authorized to announce JOHN B CHENAULT of Madison county a candidate tot tbe office ot State Auditor subject to tbe action otthe Democratic State Convention FOR UBPRB9BNTATIVB We are authorized to announce M II WILL IAMS a candidate for the Legislature subject to the action or the Democratic party We are authorized to annonnce W W COMBS a candidate to succeed himself In the next general assembly of the State of Ken tuck subject to the will of the Democratic party Ron CLERK We are authorized to announce A KAVA NAUOH DOTY for County Clerk sucject to the action of the Democratic Party We are authorized to announce C M RAY BURN a candidate for Clerk subject to the action of the Democratic Party Democratic Committee Meeting At n meeting of the Democratic committee of Madison county held at the court house in liichmond Ky on Monday May 1st 1899 it was ordered that a mass convention be held in each voting precinct in Madison county on Saturday July 1st 1899 at 2 oclock p in to solect delegates to a county Dem ocratic convention to bo voted for as Representative for Madison county in the next General Assembly of Kentucky The basis representation in each Votinc precinct shall be one delegate for each fifty votes cast in tho respective precincts for the Democratic elcctorial ticket for President in litiand one vote for each fraction of twentyfive votes ot more cast at said election Tho members of Madison county Democraticcommittees residing in each voting precinct sTihlt call the precinct convention to order anti preside while the convention is in uossion and certify the result to the county convention to bo hold on the 3rd uJ July All known Democrats and othort who supported the Democratic electo andlthosoDemoicrntcparticipate in the precinct conventions J CHENAULT Chin WIIIIAM JETT Sec IT would hardly be expected at tilt North that a child of tho famous abolitionist General Casbins Marcellus Clay our distinguished and venerable friend anti fellow citizen would oppose any thllncrowith pride and point to the fact as wij j nitlcant of the lofty intelligence of the tl1Nationalroeolntion demanding that colored women in tho Nniih he rinitted to ride in the SortIe cars with white wont en Miss Laura Clay of Kentucky warmly attacked tilt resolution as all insult to Southern white women Afteit a warm debate the resolution wah thrown out as tendinu to create factional feelinj We all know Miss Clay to be in in telligence culture patriotism and forc of character the equal of any woman engaged in the noble work of disen- thralling her sex from the unjust ine aUdlwhoushewas up by a high sense of right and ex pediency Miss Clay has probably unlike ninetenths of her colleagues traveled this nation over from the snowy Xorth to its sunny southern borders mill realizes that conditions andlsolvodcame near winning for woman the bal lotthat the intelligent cultured women of that Commonwealth might have their rights antI a choice in their rulert mal lawmakers There as in othel thickly populated negro States she learned lessons that site has evidently not forgotten and when she returns to those chivalric people of the South she will not blush for the part she took in sparing them from the added burden which this Michigan negress would place upon thorn ell BrorreOiJ LEXINGTON KY TheSorcererl You never saw the name ap plied to China before Well there js no appellation in our language that can so completely describe its winning qualities When you have seen our line of China you will agree with us that it is the most enchanting collection of medium priced goods you ever saw Furniture AtS750 Beautiful Reclining Chair re movable cushion At 450 Fancy Golden Oak Window Seat At u 00 Beautiful line Parlor Tables AtS250 300 and St00 line ot Lealher teat Rockers AfTjic 100 and 125 line of Dining Chairs lii J ID1 OJrn nn hill mmn mn Bn See Them- C1F1BrowerCO11 UIN AND BUOADWAY LEXdt3 Y ttfirir JI lL 2I Sullivans Death r IJudge on Weflaesday lapt Henry Sullivan Judge o the county court of Madison breathed iis last at Hendersonville N C and the news was receivea here with Pro round sorrow for while his condition was generally known to be serious there was little apprehension of his death tpr almost a year ho had wavered in health in December suffering a col lapse that must have been to his near est friends premonitory of the end though even they shrank from the thought that death would come to Judge Sullivan so soon About two weeks ago it was decided that the climate about Asheville would ho conducive to hits recovery and thither lie went accompanied by hlf wife little daughter and his brother lIon Jerry A Sullivan and Mr John L Baxter Little remains to be told ifter this The echo of the farowell said at our depot had scarce died awn before the awful news flashed to the waiting sister that Pat is dead We saw this sister repressing the tears and rlef that rent her heart when she pressed her lips to the cheek of her boy brother the night ho rode away Upon his facq the ghastly pallor ofII Iread disease increased the lustre of hif dark eyes as he said good bye His hand stole into mine and it never had i more firm grasp but it was a grip that t shall never forget and I stepped from presentmentliatlmy upon the Old Kentucky Home- A t Asheville Judge Sullivan remainedIonly two days the party Hendersonville whose curative cli mate is famous in the glorious Land f tho Sky He was able lo ride out the next day after his arrival but on the second day his voice failed All this time the faithful watchers and physicians had been continually at his bedside His wile was exhausted hit brother almost ill from worryand work lout Mr Baxter with splendid endur vigaljtiy thlflhojior which he knew all their pow ers would be required One day hope tilled the breasts of all that Judgo Sul jlivan would recover but on the next seenlandsinkingEnStartled by tho news that Judge Sul livan was no more 1 The homeward journey was at once arranged but WitS deferred at the re Fittest of the nr of Hendersonvllle which made a remarkable demonstra tion in honor of the deceased headed Vance14I1jf cortege arrived hero in safety on Fri purIlamented dead had so loved in life The body was borne to tho home of Sheriff Uolyer on Lancaster Avenue where the funeral was held on Friday afternoon at 4 This was probably the most notable gathering of the kind in the history of the county True only thlJhearts ntacluy Noblementheirlirlenll wasraof pastor to the deceased They bad lately campaigned together on a moral oattleflcld and to the common temperaneerheytrout They know each other as veterans of a bloody war and knowing thtfThe procession seemed endless the longest ever seen item and as it slowly andsllenJllnIOOkers was The ceremony at the grave was completed amid furious storm which had burst while the procession was in motion It seemed ns though the elements were consonant with the troubled hearts of the people and voiced their rgrief in thunders roar wild winds and a tor rent from the inky clouds that hung above the city like a pall respectfromeloquenttributestheir dead colleague was held Rut we like most to contemplate the mute sorrow of the countless friends out in forIlI1a 0JIathe Judgeship of his county by a peo tile who recognize truo merit arid are generous in its reward We like to possibilitiescitizen who steps forth into tho arena tleterlnlnatiOn from hitttnblocircurnstancestiijs record is inoQacably written in tho hearts of IJiose who held up his hands as he Struggled along the thorny path of life Thank God he lived to know thai canlootJutlgerhtairworth and his position on all question ividenccd a high order of learning and- f justice and right will have he courage to take up the reins where they have fallen from this mans grasp who will dare to do like ho did and trust in God and the justice of his muse though it strip him of place and relegate him to obscurity May lib ucccssor emulate example remem outpouringnans tomb was the result of an abid lug faith in his loyalty to Right shalltongplaces which know and loved his pres ence Judge Sullivan was thrice married his last wife being Miss White of tbie eounty who with a bright Jouryear brothersHonullfvnn Nashville and a sister Mist Mary of this city are the sole surviv ring relrftivee lo each of whom the outiromITho docket hiss not been closed there been adjournment until iironrt in course tt convenes jipiiri a new Jtylge will lo upon the iKJllch and the conrt sitting alt a jury will it true verdict render according to the law and evidence ilone who SnlJlnnin HIinuaI 0 RKtII1UflMief Respect At a meeting Of the lawyers of the RicbmondBarand the county officers red citizens ofMaflison county held at the court house in Richmond Ky ray 12 1809 the following resolutions were adopted WHEREAS It has pleased an All wise Providence to remove from our midst our friend and brother Hon Patrick H Sullivan therefore re solved 1st That the death of our friend tad brother who was stricken down in the prime of his manhood and useful ness is a public calamity and a per sonal bereavement to the citizens ol Madison county and tho State of Kentucky 2d That as a lawyer he was prompt able and honorable as a he was incorruptible juBtand efficient is a citizen he was faithful conscientious and true and in all the walks ol lifo he merited and received the esteen red confidence of his fellow cititizens- 3d That we tender our sympathy to lila bereaved widow and daughter and to his sisters and brothers Jth That as evidence of our respect md esteem for the deceased we 1 body attend his funeral and escort lila remains to the Richmond cemetery 5th That of these resolutions n copy be published in the newspapers at Richmond Ky and a copy bo spread upon therecords of County Court and copy delivered to the family of the deceased JAS B McCREAnv J TEns Coun- W3f thIELtULT O H BKECK J W CAIEKTOX Committee Resolutions by School Board At a meeting of the School Board for the purpose of taking suitable ac tion upon the of lion P H Sul hyatt County Judge of Madison county the following resolutions were unaui mousy adopted WHKKEAS Judge P II Sullivan has been called hence by an allwise providence entailing upon our com munity a sorrow which time alone can heal and being sensible of the great loss thus sustained by the better form that operate for the Upholding of oui laws and the Upholding of our homes be it Rtsolred That we coincide with tin universal sentiment of regret that tint death has spread throughout our county and attest our high regard for the lamented deceased j linokcd That wo believe that the cause of Education in which Judge Sullivan was over a potential factor in this county has lost a true friend wlioto file Intimately associated with was it from his up Jfrtofrrti That we feel it a duty and a privilege to add this feeble testimon ia worth and work of our deceased colaborer in a common cause the uplifting of the masses of the people TT COVINOTON G W EVANS Committee Resolutions Ol Richmond Lodge No 74 A 0 W WIIKUEAS Almighty God in his litfiutite mercy and wisdom has called from the labors of this earth to a lilghei and better life our dearly beloved brother Patrick Henry Sullivan familyhasmunity lost a good citizen tho county i faithful officer and this lodge an earnest member Therefore be it resolrtd That we 1m brethren extend to the family ot out lamented brother our sincere sympathy ind assure them that the virtues 01 1milminutes of Richmond Lodge that tiles resolutions be engrossed a to the of our deceased brother1 Kentucl1Workmautucky Register and Pantagraph for publication Fraternally JAMES H ALLMAK W P BAXTER OKO PRKWITT A D MILLER J Committee on Resolutions Resolutions of Respect WHEREAS Death hits taken from our number our beloved brother rat rick II Sullivan therefore be it Jtetolced That in his death White Lodge No 43 Knights of Pythias haf lost one of her truest brightest and most faithful sons That while wo bow in humble sub mission to the will of Providence yet we sustain an irreparable loSE and feel a grief wo cannot express That the heart felt sympathy of this lodge be extended to the family of oui deceased brother That a copy of these resolutions be spread upon the minutes of the lodge published in the city papers and a copy sent the family of the deceased J TALBOT JACKSON CLYDE HAKT S Z DOUGLAS Comm- itteePERSONAL Mrs J B Willis has a century plant for sale visitlnJtMr T J Smith returned from Cin cinnati last week Miss Ethel Terrill gave a beautiful lawn party on Monday night Mr and Mrs Fred Pipg of London are guests of Mr Martin Iig Dr L J Frazeo is attending Grand Lodge of Macabees at Frankfort Mrs Maud Granan of Corbinis visiting her father Mr C DSamuels Flemingsburgis Mrs Mattio McDowell Hanger is expected tomorrow from Stauntott Va Mrs L R Blanton and Miss Kather ino Ulantou are at home from Paris Dr Jno W Harris leaves today lor Louisville to attend the State Medical Martin Frazee who has been quite sick for the past week is improvingMiss Baughman spent several FeottyJrMr Emery Peters of Piltsbiirg Pa is tho guest of his uncle Mr M M llarber on High street A business meeting of the D A Rwill bo held at Mrs C D Chenaulte this afternoon at 230 oclock M r J J Arvin who resided near Clays Ferry this county now of Vin throp Ark is visiting relatives hero Lire Carlo B Brittain and tho little commodore of Aunopolia are the guests of Mr and Mrs T E Baldwin Mrs J S Johnson and little daughter Florence ElizabethLof Marcellus are visiting isirs l J Arnold on High street Coy and Mrs Jas P left on Thursday last for Arkansas via Louis rule after Mrs W H Millei and other relatives hire Mr Edwin Stockton has a letter from CuptHenryis now in command of Vancouver Bar racks Washington State Mrs Harry Baylor Hanger loaves today for Sault Stb Marie Mich when tier husband hItS large contracts She will be absent for somt time to tho re ret pf many friends hero Mr Henry P Reid is rusticating at Mt Sterling much to the regret 01 several holies in llodesdalo who think Handsorua Henry is cuter titan a mule thoughswe know he is not Bill Owsleyfs well and once again presiding over the destiny of a mssli tub at Mocks Jistillory in Boyle coun yo iftpapn will he good now we will write 110 nVoro nntonlortein obit itaries Nathaniel Woodcock is in durcity representing a mon6yed syndicate who will open up here a grain and couitnis fon house handling stocks honda etc Nath was ofttJretllhe choice pi several alHces hilt tree tb lite eaasfe lfceplod 0 n Spring MTheToplnJ the Laughing SoiL And not even Nature would allow tile flowers to grow and blossom to perfection without goodsoil Now Nature and people are much alike the former musthave sunshtne laUerrtwsthave- pure blood in order tornave perfect health f t Hoods Sars3pariUi1curesbloooltTOU- bles of all sorts It is to tho human system what sunshine lar to Nature the destroyer of disease germs Its never disappoints Poor EloodThe doctor raid there were not seven drops of Rood blood in rny aritlImademe npj whlcl19actetlllkeB SEELKT 1871 W 14th Av Denver Cot IN Rheumatism My husband was to give up work on account of rheu No remedy helped until he used floods Sarsaparilla which permanently cared him It caret my daughter of ca tarrh I give It to the children with Rood results MRS J S McMAiii Stamford Ct I Hood mil enre lIter nil the nonlrrltMlne and onlrrathartle to take with hoods Sarllparll1a the place of his birth the town spring thirst having never been fully elimi nated Somerset Progressive Home Journal Mr Dan II Brcck of Richmond district agent of the Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Is here in the interest of that company of which Mayor J N is agent Stanford Journal Dr David Bennett was host to a bevy jof attractive young ladies in a Iowe box on the loft among thorn Mrs Walter Bennett Misses Helen Anne ruth LaUra Bennett of Richmond and Miss Grace Pearson Lexington Lead er Friends of Mr Titus A Riccbrother of Messrs Henry and Sam Rice will be pleased to hear that his health is improving Ho is located nt presont ays Stanford Journal at Phoenix Arizona which is a long ways from Jordan or Briartown Mrs Vernon Eeggs nee Miss Mabel enjoyingforif home which her enfeebled health demanded The charming young ma is rapidly regaining her strength- and her many friends will rejoice when die is entirely restored Mrs Harry Miller Winn has returned to Winchester after a pleasant visit to her mother Mrs Elizabeth Miller this city Mrs Winn hiss about recovered fioiti a long and at times seriously alarming illness luring which she was mitch reduced Now however the color has returned to her cheeks her jstep is more elastic and her voice which is one of rare Sweetness hits re sumed the soulful qualities that have stirred tho audiences wherever she Isang The firm of Severance Sons has been dissolved by the retirement of A H Severance who will locate at Bell lersonvillo N C where he took his herIhim to do so that they have donated lesirable lot for the plant Mr Sever ance is an energetic young man and we Ire sure he will make a success of his undertaking Stanford Journal RELIGIOUS Rev L L Kyle will preach at Speed well Baptist church on the fourth Sun day ill Slay at 11 a i- nBIRTHS RlDDELtOn Sunday May 7ourgood friend Hon Riddle of Ir vine was apprised of the arrival at babydaughterlIst grandmother If the little house queen shall be as handsome ns her charming mother and as popular as pa her future is assil- tedDEAThS rEr HALEY At his homo near Rowland April 10th Mr Alfred Haley aged 55 years Ho was a member of the Chris tian church for 39 years and leaves a wife and a largo family of children to moiprn his loss He was buried in the Stanford cemetery Deceased was an uncle of Mrs Mary Bolton Mrs Drummer White and Miss Martha Parsons of this place LOCAL barred Plymouth Rock Twenty years a breeder of thin ono vaiiety stock better than ever before Roosters from E B Thompson New York Eggs 10 to 1 setting SI MRS M F AienucKiiB Silver CreekjMadlson CoKy ni83tn Atlho Pyeper Tims At the proper time Mr Charles B rudor will announce for County Clerk He is a Democrat and his father before him Allan Tudor was always one Tho latter was to the day of his death a highly respectable citizen of the Jacks manyfriendsto a man Special Rales to Washington DC I Tho Chesapeake and Ohio Ry will WashiugtonDground trip on May 22 and 23 good to ten days on account of the Peace Jubllleo Two fast vestibuled Itrins daily I GKO W BAISNEV Div Pass Agt Called Meeting A call meeting by the president to re organize College lull Cemetery will bo held at College Hill May 20 at 2 oclock p m to elect aneW set of officers and ByLawsAllbe present thoso not present twist abide by what thoso do that are pres untoP F ADAMS President- P S Decoration May 30 Mr R Vv Miller will bo invited to deliver address inay33t Miss Poynlz Breaks an Arm During the meeting of the Confeder ate Veterans at Charleston last week Jlss Kathleen Poyntz eldest daught er of Brigadier General Dr J M Poynlz of this city fell through the hatchway of the U S H Raleigh which was anchored in tha harbor breaking her arm The accident was unfortunate and served to spoil the pleasure ofHhe memorable occasion for the young lady It will bo recalled that her father was in command of the Kentucky brigade at this ineetne and that Miss Kathleen was one of the Maids of HonorOfflcerpot Chief of Police Feeriy was shot in the left leg near the thighat 2 oclock p m yesterday by Ansa Harris n pro prietor of the Powers Harris saloon nn First street Wo learn that Harris had earlier in thin diy assaulted tin Is raelite on First street and wouhl jiot permit Capt Feeriy to arrest him The trouble in the afternoon resulted from this probably and lhatrriswliilo drunk armed himself with two pistols and when the two melt met the shooting took place Cant l e ywl8J jtfft v s aN1j l save for a kniferwhicbrheuconld not use and lie vn shioias det Crlbel1fth ollndJieing pai fUINatfI4 I4Twoinsurance Policies Foil aIJow louse on life now that he has found two 2500 insurance policies on his life which has been lost for two years While cleaning out some old records that were transferred from the old to the nujv ofliQe Slr Wjllis on Saturday rap acrpssitligsojpulicies which keeping in the Uichinond National Bank As one i9a paiduppolicy and thootheEin fqjee lie is himself on the bark for having snatched lliem from the burning so to speak as the mbbieli wjascastin the firebox under the big boilers of the Government Building Will Entertain Sam Jones While Here rRev Mr Herbert of the Methodist church this city will entertain Rev Sam Jones during his stay here where he will lecture on May 27 Mr Her bert was converted under the preach ing of Mr Jones anti is one staunchest friends He is also one of the most eloquent and spiritual of men as such his conversion is a star in the crown of Mr Jones The latter is con ducting a big tent meeting in Louisville and is meeting with much success SomA of the newspapers there nro scoring him as Usual bnt their attacks seem as harmless as water on a ducks back Allready half the seats are sold for his lecture here although it is nearly two weeks off HligansdruCentral University Commencement Exercises Sunday June 11th 11 iIID Bacca laureate sermon by Kev Thos Cum KySundaym6ermon in behalf of Y M C A by Rev Joseph Rennio Covington Ky Monday June 12th 11 a mprepara tory department commencement Monday Juno 12th 8 p in class day exercises Tuesday June 13th 11 n m annnal meeting of board of curators Tuesday June 13th 11 a mlaw col lege commencement Annual address by Hon E J MacDermott Louisville KyTuesday June 13th 3 p m annual meeting of alumni association jTuesdcy June 13th 8 p in annual junior oratorical contest Wednesday June 14th 11 a m commencement day Programme For Commencement Week at Madison Institute Baccalaurate Sermon Sunday morn ing May 21st at the Ghristain church by J II Garrison Editor Christian Evangelist St Louis Mo Y W C A Sermon Sunday eveniug May 21st by Dr John Sampey ol the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary louis- ville Ky Monday afternoon from 4 to 6 oclock Art Reception Monday at 8 p m Miss Mary Coyle Will give an Elocution Recital assisted by Miss Campbell vocalist Tuesday at S p m the Primary and Preparatory Devnrt ments will give an interesting pro gramme Wednesday at 8 p m the piano voice and mandolin classes will varietyillmorningMayontl Commencement Rev II T Matthews Newport Ky will deliver the address To all these exercises the public is cordially invited lcafiiess Cannot he Cured by local applications as they cannot reach the disease portion to the ear There is only one way to cure deafness and that is bv constitutional remedies Deafness is caused by an inflammation pf tho mucous lining of the Eustachian rube When this is inflamed Imperfecthlearing Deafness is the result and unless the inflammation can bo taken out anti this tube restored to its normal condition hearing will be destroyed forever nine cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh which is nothing but an inflamed con dition of the mucous surfacesrIWe will give b7calarrhtCatarrh Cure Send for circulars free F J CHENEY Co Toledo OISold by Druggists The Halls Family Pills are the best 1m Thrown From a Buggy As Mrs James W Smith and Mrs John P White were driving down the street from the latters home on the Summit the horse ran away and turned the buggy over at Myers mill corner Both ladies were hurt Mrs Smith far companionMrsbruises on the shoulder and back Mrs Smiths forehead was lacerated for three inches her arm nhonlder and back being fearfully bruised The horse wheeled at the corner crashing the bug gy into a lamp post loosening the ve hicle from him How the ladies es caped a worse fate is la surprise Mrs White forgetful of her own injuries accompanied Mrs Smith to her home but was persuaded to return to her home and send for a physician Mrs Smiths condition is not alarming but will require careful attention lest other complications like pneumonia should set up Mr Smith was absent in the mountains but was telegraphed to come home Mrs Smith is a sister of Mrs Dan Harber Mrs D B Shackelford and Mrs C E Woods and is one of the most genuinely loved ladies in the county In College Base Ball Circles Following from Danville Advocate C U Beaten Woods easy things from Central University were defeated Satuiday by Georgetown College Score 7 to C Bigger the theolog pitched forC U Bigger theolog1 Wiry Harry he is the pitcher that turned your mis fits down 5 to 1 a few weeks ago and he is a lullcourse senior of tine academic departmentHarry throws this boquct at our noggin Clarence Woods of the RICHMOND CiiMAXcan tell tire truth about every thing excepting a C CC U base ball game Theta he puts his conscience in cold storage ignores Christianity and forgets that there is said to bo hell If there is a land that is fairer than tiny we expect to reach it without be ing barred on account of our narratives concerning OCClTgRmes Centre College we simply said had a battery thio are college boys protein Outs is a strictly bona fine college team If that be false then wo will endow a Chair at Centre for the propaaation of Truth as she is understood by Harmless Har ry the Screaming Moses of Dix River Resolutions of Respect J D Hamilton Lodge No 578 F JkA Jr UNION Cry KY May 13 1809 JIrsTIIUESWo are called on again to pay tho last tribute respect to II departed craftsman KS Bro Elisha G Adams was bbrnlfin Madison county Ky December 0 1833 was admitted a member of our lodge on September 10 1 893 and his health hind not been such that he could labor with us until May 3 1899 he was called to that temple not made with hands eternal in the heavens Therolore be it RESOLVED That in the death of Bro Acjauis his family has lost a kind and loving husband father and grandfather the church a consistent Christian tho community ah upright citizen the lodge a respected brother Bo it therefore RESOLVED That our loss is his gain and that we bow with liumblo submis Bion to him who knows best Be ittherefore RESOLVED That we tender the family of our deceased brother our d sympathy anti point to the ituthoruul1 finisher ofour faith Be it further RESOLVED That a copy of these reso lutions lie cent to the family of our brother a copy published in JUcnioiid CuiiAXi Mnsonio Homo Journal and a copy spread on the minutes of this Jodge fiiEuiY JETT J It DCNDJR lwrNocLK ql4sIitiLtee 3 I i CUIIEOF THE FEfr WhaljMfS Jennsss Miller Has Dose Fr tHer Suffering Sisters ffho wave of commonsense dtess reform ndespecially shoe reform Is forco as it wends its way from tire Atlantic to the Pacific When nuked what led to the manufacture of the celebrated Jemiess Miller shoe this noelle of comfort mid beauty replied A crying demand from women all over the country From every audi fence I have addressed and they have numbered thousands in every city of note on the continent has come the tjHeMiotr In tones of distress What shall wgweacuponjqur Ieettolurco In fortable and look 7 I have an swered that question In the shoo which bears my name It my own idea of a strictly hygienic anatomical shoe and gives the greatest possible amount of comfort style and durability ever secured from a lhge Idonot think I slralleverktiaw greater satisfaction in life than the thought that it hiss been my privilege to solve the problem of foot comfort briny sisters throughout the length and breadth of the The Jenness Miller hygienic chance are confined to Douglas Bright Coj 307 West Main street this city Till Lexington street railway and tho Hercules ice plant have been sold to a Richmond Va syndicate iIastlltOll1MISSIOIIUPS Sa10 Q Evans Pill Notice of Against Sale Winnie Wilson c flits J In Equity By virtue of Judgment and order of lisle of tbe Madison Circuit Court rendered at the April Term thereof in the above style cause the undersigned will on SATURDAY MAY 2f 1899 Between the hours of oclock a and oclock am on the premises in Richmond Madison county Ky proceed to expose to pubUc sale to the highest bidder the following described property Yiz Lots No 67 and 8 in block No It in the Dilllngham Addition to the city of Richmond Kentucky Or a efficient quantity to produce the sum of 16650 the amount of money so ordered to be made and the costs hereof TEKJI8 Sale will be made on a credit of 6 and 12 months equally The purchaser will be required to give bond with good for the payment of the purchase money to have the force and effect of a Judgment bearing legal interest from the day of sale with alien reserved upon said property until all the pur chase money is paidS E SCOTT Master Commissioner M C C maylT2 LAND SALE MADISOU CIRCUIT COURT C D Chcnault Admr with the will of Wm n Green decd PlHl Notice Against of Sale James R Green Ac DttaJ- Jn pursuance of a Judgment of the Madison Court rendered In the above tion at its April Term 1818 the undersigned as Administrator with the will annexed of Win n preen deceased will on hurdy June M m At 10 oclock am on the premises on the Richmond and Lancaster Turnpike Road about one mile southwest 8f for sale at public auction to the higest bidder two tracts of land owned and occupied by W B Green his lifetime and allotted to and occupied by his widow as dower until her death One lies and fronts on the east side of the Lancaster Turnpike sad adjoins the lands of Mrs Ellen Gibson on the north and T C Bronston on the east and south and con tains about l08 AcresAnd lies almost in a square this tract is situated the residence and improvement The other tract of laud lies and fronts on the west side of the Lancaster Turnpike and contains about thirtyfire t3l acres adjoins the lands of Mrs Writ Irvine on the the lands of Adam Green on the southwest Each of the two tracts will be offered in two parcels sad then as a whole and the best bid offered in this for each tract will be accepted and reporteitTERMSTt1ls land will be sold Upon creditof six and twelve 6 and months in equal javrnents with interest from day of tale Purchasers will be required to execute bonds with approved security payable to the undersigned as Administrator Of the wilt ahne Jed of Win nGreen deceased and interest from day of sale with lien retained having the force and effect of a Judgment Possession will be 111h1vegivenC D Chenault Admr with the will annexed of Wm R Green deceased majlOlw Master Commissioncrs SI Wm A Eubank Assignee Globe Notice of Dldg IS Loan Co 1lff against Sate Benjamin Field ic Deft Jn Equity By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale of the Madison Circuit Court rendered at the April Term thereof the above styled cause the undersIgned will on SATURDAY MAY 20 1899 About the hour of oclock a m at the rSntoftho Court Rouse door in Richmond exposetoing described property viz Lots Nos 21 and 28 in block No in the Dil lingham Addition to the city of Richmond Kentucky Also four shares of stock in the Globe Building and Loan Co belonging to Benjamin Field Or a sufficient quantity to the sum of 27701 the amount of money so ordered to be made and the costs hereof TERMS Sale will lie made on a credit of 6 months The purchaser will be required to give bOnd with good security for the payment of the purchase money to have the force and effect of a Judgment bearing legal interest from the day of pate a lien rosened upon said property until all the purchase money is paid BCOTTraster C maylO2w rAllkinds Bite Tackle Hooks to rT catch everything a Sun Perch to x a Mud Cat Did we say any x to you about the NEW CLOTHING STORE 2 1Having removed from First Street to largo house on Main Street next to J G Taylor Sons we are better prepared than ever to snowfJlirlTBwest 1 and finest line of 1 fr Clothing Hats and Furnishing Goods l Ever opened in Richmond We have a few goods left we brought from our First Store that we will sell at YOUR OWN PRICE as long as they last Our new goods are the LATEST AND NEWEST STYLES And at prices that will surprise you for quality and fit Dont buy 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 k1a TILOPJI1WDEPTMENT pc Is full of the finest liece goods for Snits to measure ever opened Suits 001measure and FIT 9UARANTEED at from 1000 pci SUIt up Call and see 1 us and save money FurnisherITie Oldest Clothier and ill Richmond JMain St Next door to Farmers Nat Bankmay3Gln I NEW = 99 = Wall Pa erl In all the now rich dark colorings special designs fcfoafc JOXU 1af Xas On up in price to the fine Pressed 1npors No use to waste your valuable tune looking at small sample books ofclii style job PPerTe have a number of experienced Paper Hangers We Charge So More upINew WindowShades Mounted on Spring Rollers fix turns complete ready to hang from lOc on up in price MIWItt ING yn am STREE- TRICHMOND KY Wall Paper Window Shades Paints Oils alwaystheand till ad and wewitiSEND US ONE DOLLAR en4ou lila 5iib- I pus kfetfrvlt AID by freight COD iiibjcrt to lamination Examine It ae Ioar SingS perfenaly led u prt 8t run mix you ever or heard nrpaTthe 3Area rut a S1300 5c ACME BIRD leetheLOO 1f WHITE FOR OUR RIO FREE 1r1iSTOVE CATALOGUE red IhalVO rbI otare U tluNoSoTenli KMilStll topUIJiai made from botplz Iron extra gratelaraenlckelplafed ornamentations and trimming extra lArge deep renulne Suuitia pureelil IIe4 rnernlr Sand one laive ornamented base Set ei 8aen and perfretevery stave and guarantee safe delivery to rail road station Toar loe deaurwoaM charm you K500 for sueS a stove the freight Is only about for each miles isi TH al ll Address SEARS ROEBUCKCOaMCJ IU lean leteatk an Uemiklf nllakU lUIU- tnprSJm REPAIRING AND A SPECIALTY TIME1NQ FINE WATCHES All Work Guaranteed L E LANE OwIJOPTIciTSND STREET RICHMOND KY KQ1 nt Dct Eitii 1Wehave just received a number of Ref ng erators Ice Boxes Water Coolers WhiteS Mountain Ice Cream FreezersIf of Fishing from Channel ever thing i of depot Well we will see you later Call anti see us a B1flAELFD OMAT i 4u MAIN STREET RICHMOND KY CUTOM riscir iI 0 i ibC Jtic- c L 40 L 1- R I 4 J i SEND ONE DOLLAR 5 trdu wa er ratai a wm Kt JM tua tor ccaer BT SLEIGHT LuIiCT ye ItkIiIAleS U 7 v frlBt d p4ka PSUFICTLT ATeVACT5I VflCTLT IS MTEISXITED IQC1L IflAI1TMS9S ISLeS a4 ftc SSAflST I iYi PRICES389OMdWE MAKE THIS TOP RUOGYiroak- ripit is TtM baralHLatest Style For 1899 j Bdy CutBuildVallrKabbtrL 7 Ie l b s4 u5y tee Ml sik senileriepLm SNA1MTUSTWSfAi rwiiIhjtalltetir3ewar pes p py 5flatL ea AtE 510000 ThIs Ter 5nIIlnrstisr osi svAy 05 CAx LL IT PU WOO DOIT OUR 3890 Ades EAR ROEUCK CO kc CHICAGO ILL O aprfem a V f Printshows thtCJ1h r 4iMEWS+ JttV II + w PRICE i+ Varanteed e e to Tease e w4 i fur Mills to nst New SU Association of Kentucky at IIavin L bought PRICE very large qumititiesVc are n a pOsition quote the following I 4 J r KAll solid leather Oxfords Don ola Kid f or CalfjcomruoO FenspisizelS KJprAUtun it1tndter to 8 F hq worth SI 25 LndteaextruthcrhgbtwoighiIC1 10YfordrilfapkgrIttniynuwunrsnnnr tu 8 worth i 50 j ladiesVii IU tu8Dor h tlll lriilKId low shot All i Fi0 wOl1h t 752 00 eel K1d lace t prim heeli kith lhp tl UfIII toe patent tih vgeltne qlll size SE prlf I an wurth 2 onp sfzr2 toici Kid in hool or spring heellaru OCI I 7n worth 2 i Mnua uru Ittx CalC to Inca or hutton alt st UU lkJiJ ttqnlil to Ini Ia45ttanrth 752110 MenlI IIW Iall linx light or U nod iItU troth all blows Black tlr Patti Viciln all dark811alealJj1 nea Nze n In II lt CRill 30 worth 4or ogress Gn l lJ K andMens Jbck or Vici or Calfallstyles size 6 to anal la n lXIwllrth 3 5U 2 00 worth 2 i 1D nave a CompteteZ1cti RICE ARNOLD a Successors WALLACE t t fi 1 JJt WE MISSESBLACK fQdIs very Little Money invest Suit rightfabricstyle your investment of 1000 Vir tually a Loss Every investment you make in Clothing from our store will be gilt edge 30r Sara le 6nv S000 SuVts Are absolutely AllWool beautifully finished Casshncrre every garment Sewed through and through Upper and Lower Shuttle with 6000 Government Standard Pure Dye Silk Lined with extra fine real Lining Sleoves are Lined with plain color lon eo Silk finish Sateen Lining Satin under collars Thirty rows of stitching French facing and broad Satin plpinu Every detail of inside and outside tailoring is lone with and thought to have the garments lit perfectly and give Wearer Lasting Satisfaction There are no better tailored garments than ours there IK no way to make them better You want to see Suits before looking elsewhere as we can make your 1000 do what it will take much more to do as well ole- wltereGOVINOTON MITCHELL sioufler has ttkon more measures odor this spring than nil tin combined store Slain Tin State Dental met Mammoth Cave yes klday in W 4 to f ali 1Ip hutton 00 tdladies tau Lud1Pa pr Ima IIU lsi Itl Tati i1 53 to RICE k 1a k to ina is Italian Sleeve cato the our People say Hoods Sarapanlla cures when all other preparations fall to ally good mill you run no risk in giv lug it a fair trial The report that there is small pox at Bardstown is denied leXer 1OLYAFEWII JG tR i i Ir LLLJa- 14tt h a- 1Li OneFourth Off Clearing Sale will last By the forelock if you want the benefit of the OneFourth eOlFOn all Heavy Goods such as Snits Overcoats Shoes UIl d rwear Hats e IUJnTIle Clothier The Slloerf The natter TIe Furnisher 4 =o I I TIle Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY MAY 17 1809 Dr Hobson Iciitist Sam iJgtiesf it k h SaifrlSireVMay in Proctor Knott Cigar Remember May 7Sam Jones Garrards land assessment was raised ten per cent hishorsenuBatestore oiuAitiiii6treetf streetnest cityyat saleor+ Montlaynext itltichwoadt store Get tickets at once to 0111cnrthKy League of American Wheel tioiJuneworsthereage was dune Wo saw wheat kneehij h near llcreitStouffer took more that 100 nieas pantsNewStouffer sells more clothing fo clothierNow t It is reported that Judge Sullif IIl1dJOOOrr atthgat 2 p m at court twine lIon C L Hearty will not make Senatorianomination l ofIC W Sanders resigned as post JaxterMiss Mary Coylo will give a read ajaslstedhell herbcautifulliueuts to St 50 Give her a tall before purchasing elsewhere tiParispaint As an artist he has no i in orouthiao of Puoseya jiJoeforhaingWe are closing out all Our goods in order to remodel our liousJ uothiug tiats shirtsanil underwear at your own price at Stouffermew Main street NatiuiiBatik3X samplo summer coats an vests just opened in alt the latest aiid best styles at lees Unui manufacturers tract to bo closed out i toulfertf new urMauluufiLostJnterchaulCoabluturn to this ollice and get reward may02tA- ssessmsnt Raised ofMnoEqualhliuuTo Choose County judge The magistrates will meet May 25 to select u biiixector to the htterl4ugu Sul cglilareItctiou heavy Koelilcr Company Lumber dealers of Louisville Ky in vito correspondtuce with ball pit ta ImyPoplarDry or Green Write thorn aproCuv Sunday School Bands Tho Sell Denial Baud of lliehmond BandKtugstou ul ot will meet at the Pond church 01lSI11 urday May 20 and give a flno exult lion A lhlceIouc a For luscious baimnan ripe applet cold leo creauiEodu Vvatur fresh caKes tarstratARestaurant upett day awl uflit ajirlOoin RlSlato Encampment Glasgow Ky May 2324th rickets pii enlo via the Queensnd 9atheroUIltagentslull for UulsvillB Gets The Confederate Reunion tillUnnuul meeting in loulovilio in iou tliio having been iteicniiiiieU upon tit the jrent icuuiuii hint week ui Cdartoii S C L 1r rtnt nip rill prlvsilely 200 iivira ofex era tjiiaiiiy Uiiujrrnrs lall IellWIItIO1 fund teiiLVii Tliik iimd is loMited four xUI t f IticlliiiuiMl Kyuu folks ol Itig 11111 tllI1 pettlweil to pikes fagot rat Ii laud ur Mmlisoii Ciiiij Ai n VjiiTK- iibsiu7i lhtlatteuillf iuUO2t f l r Ii s antsFINE I IThe best smoker the Proclor Knoll cigar After 25 years Stouffer has muted upperMainbest and cheapest outfit for the least money Suits to measure at 10 ICase Continued JudgeFvanscontinued Ed1J0nse1000bondRaise Your Awnings A small retailer in this town narrowly escaped punishment for maintaining a awninrth3tinchisancesof P Hosts The hosts of Knipbte of Pythiao from twentyeight lodges in this district will meet hero Joday and will give public reception at the court house from 2 to 4 including uniform drill thehnllillE8held Colored School Faculty WMUCSllay iUIreasIIIr Reynoldll MillerAntiFair Women to Give a Womans Fair chapterDaullltersreport everything prospering in thelflscheme to give a fair here on and 22 As stated last week they will provide all the attractions of nn onii nary mans fair adding such novelties as a public marriage a live bird shoot and other novelties The proceeds bo devoted to the fund for erecting BooneisMr Rayburn Announces Charles1Cnation for county clerk subject to the brinksintolong experience in tlae important uu ties of that office and knows them from circleplnd to give him their support and l will mako a thorough canvass for place Tho Stale Bicycle Meet Here The annnal meet of the State League of American Wheelman will IKJ held here on Juno 19 20 and 21 The lococlub has made arrangements to hold groundtracktime with the races between the silent steeds of steel Much of the success of the mectim will be due to the tireless iiHarrisZnriug and Armer A Great Crowd Heard Miss Dykes Miss Minnie Dvkes and her instruc highlvdelighted Mondeuan s appreciative one and Miss Dykes was nt ilifficultDeuziDeHAifjiiiiThe voting lady handled these with rare skill and worn deserved apilaute e The Ladies Fair Indorsed Pie object ot the ladies Fair to he held here s to create n fund to hiijld a monument to Daniel ItiMinn lit iiipn tYitdThis should have been dram a Idnc lime ago and by the State of Keiitiicky ltlinreJr fortyfty u for tho purpose of convening tj allelromAnticed to would be a great attraction High School Teachers Elected tovcliersJ of ncsday lust at the miPliug of the Boarfof Education and resulted in change the election of Miss CurrHlcen Smith to the place now filled by Pro f J W Hunts The salary of the Prin cipal Prof Rack was raised from f500 to jOO std MiR CoyleV salary was ralced from 25 to 10 per month The Faculty for next year will be as follows Prof J D Clark Sunerin Mi88e11lAlleoBelts YOUi ILwpiWill be roused to its natural duties and your biliousness bcadacbcand constipation be cured your taga H 9d Pills centsiMrs Styles assiissluated her mother at Chicago because she told her child that she was born out of wedlock In oustlpniinn llerbine affords natural healtliful remedy nctin promptly A few nn nil doges wilt a found to po rejulaiti the st toi functions that they are able to operate without any aid whatever Price 50 genie Porgy k Thomas 1m A wind storm blew down 101iulldt age inIYliinipiiig Cou tledfrolIIChall1JerlalllColIhany medlclnii would help him but af tel giving him is few doses of that rein ely noticed an improvemunt and one lioltlo enroll him entirely It is hIehnnO1nllilf111mThe campaign nirHJiiht tlm Filipinoa lfthorilly AAIbrnins rli iIiivHjiinl Ionx nV Mmtyiif Par Pijio 2i and cents Prrv antt nat V mays o n Wlirn Nature renderber perfect rem rediesonlyuhenueededa Tho best and theSyrupCalifornia Fig Syrup Co capitalat Tleuton N J To Cure a Cold in One Night take Dr IJnIIs PineTarlloney It clears the throat the bmnchlals and exhilarates tho lungs 25c at all good druggists No cure no pay Carnegie is reported to have sold his steel interests to hrs copartners for ever 50000000 chronicdlarrhota Atlasta success as n cure and that is Cham IinrrhnP1RemedyFor sale by Perry S Thomas 1m capitalstay yet Good Old Granny Metcalfr 88 years old living at Paducah Kv says that Dr Bells PineTarHoney is the best grip cure cough lung and bronchial remedy that has been sold during lierlife 0jPat bile- Sometimes it seems to weary woman that she must certainly give up The simplest nod easiest work betimes hu most insurmountable task Nervous ees sleeplessness and pain harrass her seems hardly worth the living Ur Pierces Favorite Prescription was made for her Dr Pierces Golden forlicrrnfsuccessfulFavorite Prescription restores heal thy regular action to the organs dis tinctly feminine It forces out all fur s the tissues allays inflammation Tio Golden Medical DiBcovery makes appetite helps digestion promotes assimilation fills out the hollows in cheeks and neck with good SOlid flesh and brings back tho gladsome glow of girlhood too1 Pierces 1098 page Common Sense Medi enl Adviser Illustrated Joshua Price of Floraville 0 who lias been married twice has 35 living children Ballards Snow Liniment cures Rheu matism Neuralgia Headache Sick Sprainsnrui penotratilluand genie Jerry and Thomas may3lm The schoolcensus at Lexington shows n loss of 560 colored pupils since last eyvpIatfMtr CUBANOILcures b Cut Burn BruiwsRhcu matism and Sores Price 25 cents Sold by Perry a Thomas luicceseors to W 0 White James K Mecibben n well known distiller and tnrfmandied at Cjnithiana Substantiated Claims All claims for Dr Bells Pine Tar reportsfrom aioldsbronchial alfections are the diseases for wliiih pallDr J T Graves of Wootlford 75 hung liiiosnU to got rid of tl cubic thishlugkeep a coo completion Food when dijcShd llm base of all health nil strength and all beauty Ilerhine willI YOIlHiecents Perry itiThomaa innySlm Mrs Frank Dycus of Kuttawa was fairly gored by a cow elfeclsthe war Mr Geo S Anderson of Rowiville York county Penn who MIW fie hardest kind of sewage at the front1 is now frequently troubled with rheumatism hI hud a tevaro attack lately he says and procured a bottle of Chamberlains Pain Balm It did so much fffd that I would like to know what yon would charge mo for rate wnlediteCryfatheir liomif nut only fur rheumatism but lame back sprains swcllingii cuts bruises aud horns for which it is un equalled For sale b y Perry and Thomas juay3lm Mad dogs rile said to be quite numer ors in the Howr Cross country It Neur Disappoints anyIBmayremost confidence fiui iu faithful use will effects cure lilllons take it as n prang medicine cause they know by experience it is jist what the system needs Hoods Pills are the tl8t family cathar tie and liver tunic UelltJe reliable suro So far 11 Negroes bao been lynched this year in Geoigia In liillginsAMlllailes of grass and btidHiire sprtuingt OVr time mead the cattVj roam IghfMltHumors bolls lIre desigutl seInlhunpringtiattirr Makes you Pd err tlllts sh k reahngIlatlPrlint iliercn hill known nat will u than to health nod vtror Itrfl liltJnlit3 1 w l s 1 c 0 V y r 1 OOTJMIAINI TilE BusyBee Cash Stores Bargains Shrivel up Competiton Their SPRING ANNOUNCEMENTS meet the coolest shrewd est buyers Everyone is warmed with enthusiasm nOT BARGAINS keep our de livery wagons smoking THE BUSY BEE CASH STORES BARGAINS never disappoint They are always better than expectation See the tempting list below ynrdTobaccoGood yard wide Irown Cotton 31e yard yard10IGood lied Ticking 6c yard yardCottonadeRest Now York mills Camlet Jeans lOe yard yardUcst will go very fast at prices named I We are showing the handsomest and prettiest line of Crepons Tailormade SuitingsI In our Ready to Wear Department wee are showing a beautiful line of Ladies i J See Our Line of lace Curtains Dot Swiss Curtains Oil Shades Carpets E Mattings Oilcloths Curtain Poles 0 Trunks Valises etc We are showing the largest assortment of these goods c to be seen this side of the large cities Our Hot Bargain prices arc a guarantee G for their cheapness fi on 1 on in in on e MT AND has ever been prodnred to equal or roinpnro with fablers Buick amidhealingblind mill external or inter mil and Itching and ISIecdini of tho Rectumi Tho relief is and cure infallible Price 50e in bottle tubes 75r Perry Thoinrs may3lm The awarded n contract paperWilh a Catarrhal Affection of anypulmonttrylment couch is a serious thing to IIIIeit is w serious you can not nfTunl to have it- elays are Dr Bells will cure a rough or a cold in one night it will remove the catar rhnl affection or ailment and build up the time tissues e lungs The National Car ttom pang has been cisco with capital of 10000000 pullurhnsrightly her darling WIIS trou bled with worms hns ret tiinal the rosy lion of healh with n few Whites ream S Thomas inay3lm Dont Starve or Diet hut eat food and take Diges tOil Tablets they cure dys pepsin mad stomach troubles 25c at all J It Marks died at Poplar Flat Nelson county aged 57- CUQAft RELIEF cures Colic NenralKlannd Toothache to arc minutes Sour Stomach and Sazimcr CoupUIuu Price 25 Cents aWhileMrs Jeanette Nicholls died at nards town aged 70 years Tetter and Edema mcilenttoandSldn Jtisn fnvonto remedy for sore nipples chapped chilblains frost bites sore eyes 25 eta per bozo aredustcondition Tonic blood purifier and They are not food but ahorsecents per package The v Fit The Fczt as Nature r TJcynnlFine6 Allwool Dress Goods 36 inch wide stylish and 35cNiceOur Clover Leaf Damask Towels are now only 10 cents Jlcns and Boys Percalie Shirts 23c each 2cLadiess USeeOur Boys Knee Suits are all Double Knee and Seat I SpecialPrices CullingsofSilk Bargain11icesWe Have Just Received And plit on sale a rosh lot of But Toilet Soap Sc a cake the best Toilet Soap used We are selling Toilet Soap at Ic a cake We are showing all the new in Ribbons New Dress Trimmings New Laces and new Ham Try a pair theyDGet Our Hot Bargain Prices All Kinds of Hosiery We have placed sale the lied Hottest line of Clothing ever shown this city We carry everything favor this sea son in this department Get our Hot Bargain Prices this line before purchasing elsewhere Respectfully W DOLIJIIAM COMPANY RICHMOND STERLING GEORGETOWN Nothing blooding immediate government dangerous Pin- arlIonev pulinrionary supporting Equipment incorponitcilntSanlraii suspected ijusesof Vermiingo Perry wholesome Dyspepsia druggists lTSQUtWf SaltRheum andchronic vormifngo Q M7j1 Intended Cassino termilk price nice things hergs s NEW6ROCERYrIaving 3 Margolen stuck of Groceries from Million Green leafs we will continue the business at the V SAME STAND On Main Street next door to the Richmond National BanhjWe will keep constantly on hand a full line of and FANCY GROCERIES FRUITS and VEGETA BLES We have already added largely to the stock and you will find mast anything kept in a firstclass t Grocery The public is cordially invited to call and inspect our stock anilget our LOW CASH PRICES j Yours Very RespectfullyIPhone 107 JaT Beasleyomaya ta r H t iJ V 7ofve mm I v Jbr ilr r2 w JENNE55 MILLER tr i Hygienic Shoes for Women w otr JENvXt vii Unitedf rmade finejm 1 riliplesand the feet as nature intended givejk 7 m to be of us in the city lBUTTON AND LACED P350 LDou6LsBRISHT co 1 11 F 207 feat Kai StreelRichmolld Ju +++iHI ++++ ++ + +4E1 n J 1 v j IIA I fr f- C d ItIRN111BR1RTime day May 2 1893 lit Class 2d Class EAST BOUOT No1 No3 NO 9 lixSnnlExSun EiSunl A M PM AM =Versailles 10 22 5 62 6 30 Nieholasville 02 7 35 6 48 Valley View 26 8 00 8 20 Million 41 8 13 8 50 Blchmond 58 8 30 9 15 PIII Union 12 13 10 00 Moberley 12 16 12 30 25 Ianola 12 M lii Irvine 3S 08 SoTTo WEST lExSuniEzSunlExBanlExSun A P M P M A M IrvthO MI 200 1155 lanola 225 I M Brassfield I 30 120 2 41 I n2 17 MoberlyI 6 3 15 2 15 6 28 3 30 3 00 Vallay View II 3 45 3 25 Nicholasvllle 6 4 10 4 1Versailles7 5I 5 00 6 1- 0AM i Piii piM Pi M i All trains connect with Louisville Southern trains to and from Louisville All trains connect with C N O T P trains to and from CincinnatiJ Train Dispatcher 1vH ADAMS Superintendent I Wbo can think WantedAn Idea t 1 thing to VatenI Protect lde they bring ou wealth Write JOHN WEUDEKUUIUS CO teBt Attor Dey Washington P cfor their 10 prtto offer aDd list of two ItundnU tiircnllons wantrU S PERSIACURES iIaytDAILY EXCK1T SUNDAY apmam pm pm 2 00 6 20 Lvo Richmond Ar 00 720 2 V 7 00 Winchester U 42 616 21 S fiM Jlavsville 830 S 38 Paris S 40 10 fl 182 Georgetown 7 60 t 28 7 18 a Ar Frankfoit Lve 7 00 3 0 Ask for tickets via ParisJNEWTON G PA nn ke n ho i1y Time of Trains at Winchester Ky DOUNDI 6 85 am Eastern Express for Louisville 7 30 am pmNewBAST HOUND Lexington and Morehead Accom 9 15 am New York Limited K F V Jl 58 am pmWashingtonAccommodation trains run daily except Situ dailyThrough oar service to New York For information rates or sleeper reservations call on or write K HOOD Agent LNRy Richmond Ky or GEORGE W BARNEY D p A C O Ry Lexington Ky EASIER THAN EVER The present schedule of Illinois Central Stall road in addition to shortening the time to madeitEasierIArizona and California Thesplendid train service with which the Illinois Centrals Memphis and New Orleans Vestibnled Limited is equipped makes it Easier Than Ever to take a trip to the above mentioned is the only line which runs Free Reclining Chair Carsand Vestibulled trains weeklyPullmanLYe Louisville every Thursday9 25pm ISamJ4 4Sprn j ISpmMrt Arr San Francisco Tuesday 5 l5pm nil Wister Cntt U Cifiroreii tothemunicate with R II Fowler Traveling Passen ger Agent Louisville Ky WM ALPOQD KKIXOXD A O P A j A H HANSON O P A Louisville Ky Chicago III dec23ly SOUTHERN RtIILWIIY IN KENTUCKY Schedule In egeci l1c 18 1808 EASTOUNn NU L Na aN X Ar Lv 745pmShelbyOJOpmVersailles1033pm 515am No4 64pmt537am 755am 6Kam 5am oarry LeiIEASTBOUND r STDOCHDL Na lliNa Ill RTATIORS INo t330pm 740am Iv UmUrll Ar 7J5pni laiOam 8IOam60P1D1Iot3am WESTBOUNDH 7rpmq017pm laitamlAr VeralleSAH 750am 415pm 64Opmll1IOamjAr Midway Ar 730am 338pm if Ucoretn Lvl 700am 300pm t EAST130UND rESTBOUKD 1NoIlltNo Si STATIONS iNn 8tNoi ifi 74Oani 33upm UT Loulfivll Ar 1040am 735pm 5pmI4 300pm103pmSTATIONS Na t No 3 745pmAr 45amiiIArS1vl1nnah 900am 510am fiJBpm 845am Atlantn lo3Oam UliOam Macon 100am 2pm- IAr655amAr Jacksonville aau4 lIpm a lderidlan 23Jam fjupn lOamlitLimited Tarries Through Drawme Room Pull AtlantaI5 car for New Orleans Free Chalrcan between Lou isville and Lexington Observation Chair cars Ixjtwcon Lexington and nome Cafo cars ele lOOcell Train Mo 3 carries Pullman Sleeping car be wren Houlxvllle Chattanooga and Illnntnsham a o Tbrmiffh Sleeping can tram Lexlnz SaranOSlitchange Free Chair card Lexington to Chatia nocffm rUroucU Sleeping cars Lexington ta JJeK Orleans I tDallyeieeptSnndapA KrFsOAK DCWWasb1ugtoaA C Louisville Ky til o An Excellent Combination The pleasant method and beneficial remedySYRUPCALIFORNIA Fio SYRUP Co illustrate the value ot obtaining the liquid laxa tive principles of known to be presentingthemtast and acceptable to the system Itis the one perfect strengthening laxa effectuallydispelling gently yet promptly and enabling ono 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 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 SAN niANCIOCO CAL LOUISVILLE KV NEW TOBK N TFor sale by all DmggistLPrlcesoc per bottle JanS4y 135 ECONOMIST RANGES Roofing Guttering and GeneralJob Work LDUEMITH A SDR CALDVELLSN f+ +++ i SFRock I FORit 3t ttl cc t s + + tSix of the best Fire Insurance Com 1 panics in the United States Losses t promptlyi+ Insurance attainable and on + the most approved plans In Accident + Insurance we again Rive the best We 4 + will not transact business with irrespon 4 4 sible companies + 261 Second Street 4 UpStairs Je21yli++ + + 4 + +++ ++ +++++++ 4 +++ + + + 1 For Si1a Privat1y MMOOMMMMOO I will offer for sale privately my House and Lot situated on the corner of North and 7th propertyTheble and other necessary outbuildings the lot contains nbot 9090 feet The price will be reasonable for cash WILLIAM ENGLISH nov9tf Richmond Ky REGENfERO I COMPLETEBLISS f The Great Rcslors Lest ViWllr Mikes the iicri RE xr5rIs now nrilliln eamy rear or every Amrriran W days treatment is positively ciiarantrol to cure the most complicated cn o of Nervous Drlillltr ot qukklyAoniir use or IIK I1MUO Voitn men will reo gain theIr lost manhooil and Old lien will rccovei their youthful vljor It Invigorates am restores to lull lire and visor nil sufferers from Seminal Weaknesses Impotency Varlcocele Spcrmattorhca SlsMly EmissIons Lost Drain and Muscular Power Depoidency r abiue or sexual excess nnd Indlstntlon which QliOu one for boilncs study or mnrrla HCCJ I5CU1 wbyItruresthat Is whr It elves Vlcnr ami Action and restores PutflerIhatlswly 0 lr1iieCirtularaS25ColwnbusLaUUI1UIJiUA ThomasDruggistsscptllly Wheeler Wilson Sewing Machine Rotary Modoituxi Ball Bearings 1CoRlc1 l I t 11 Heres Toir Chuce SOHO Extraordinary Offers ly Tbe Climax The CLIMAX wants fivo hunred new subscribers by the first of thenew year In order to reach this end some ex traordlnary inducements will be made Until further notice the following will be offered to subscribers The CLIMAX and TheWeek ly Louisville Dispatch 125 The CLIMAX and the Home and Farrn 130 The CLIMAX and either the Cosmopolitan Munseys or McClures Magazine 200 The CLIMAX and the Louis ville daily evening post 3The Richmond CLIMAX and Twiceaweek CourierJour nal both for one year 160 The CLIMAX and Weekly Cincinnati Enquirer 150 The CLIMAX and Qhio Farm 190 The CLIMAX can also furnish any paper published in the United States or Europe at reduced rates KENTUCKY CROP REPORT Reports wero received this month from 160 correspondents representing 103 counties- It may be interesting note the con dition of winter wheat in the principal wheat growing states at this time according to the weekly bulletins issued by the Climate and Crop Service for those states In the State of Ohio the crop is in much the same condition as in this State early sown wheat on well drain ed land being promising but there is considerable portion of the acreage which is considered worthless In In diana wheat is badly damaged in the northern part of the State but quite promising in central and southern districts In Illinois promising conditions prevail as a rule only in tho southern part of the State badly damaged in centraland northern portions In Michigan much of the wheat will be plowed up and planted to other crops Iii Missouri the damage in the northern part of the Stato amounts toa prac tical failure but in the other portions favorable weather conditions have repaired to a great extent the injury from winter killing In Kansas the latest reports indicate from onehalf to two thirds of a crop Winter wheat has al so suffered Wisconsin Iowa and Nebraska but the damage there will be repaired by sowing to spring wheat In this State the seasonable weather of the latter half of April produced a rapid growth but there is some com plaint that the plant is not starting well and that it will not be sufficient to cover the ground The improvement is confined to early and medium late wheat the extreme late being general ly reported worthless Spots in fields where tile snow was blown off still show the effects of the exposure and it is highly probable that these spots will remain bare to the end It is estimat ed that 7 per cent of the acrage will be plowed up Oats were sown very late in fact seeding was barely completed with the close of the month Many farmers in their eagerness sowed while the ground was too wet for cultivation resulting in poor germination and indifferent growth Where sown with ground in good condition the crop is coming on nicelyCorn planting made considerable progress during the month and while there yet remains much ground to be brokon planting began as early as the middle of the month The early plant ed came up quickly and is growjng rap idly No complaint is made of injury from cut worms or other insects The ground dried very rapidly during the latter days of the month and somo dif ficulty is experienced in getting the ground in good condition for planting Tobacco plants though plentiful will be late Indications are that set ting will not be generally begun until the 25th of May on account of plants being small Indications are for an av erage acreage Clover generally wintered well and has made wonderful growth since the advent of warm weather It is now ready for stock to be turned on Re ports on clover sown this spring differ In some counties tasowing has been found necessary on account of bein killed by late freezes also that it has been badly drifted into bunches by the heavy rains Others report an excel lent catch obtained from first sowing and that it is getting a good start Pastures have mado equally rapid growth and considering the condition on April 1st the present condition of 80 is quite satisfactory May 1st finds live stock in good con dition after the long hard winter Very little complaint is made of hog cholera and there is an entire absence of other diseases Sheep that were suffering from lack of pasturage are now rapidly regaining lost vitality Prospects for fruit have improved wonderfully during the month Espec ially is this the case with pears and Carried Down streamWhen man crossing some difficult place in his working career spurring all his energies to sOleCT1tlC3 his business jour uddenlyfinds Riving and feels himselfswept out of the addle by the swiftrunningcurrent ease then is the time when the DrPiercesprove an unfailing means of rescue and restoration eminentlysdentificulant like so many malt extracts It restores healthy power reviving the in nermost sources of vitality in the nutritive andbloodgood blood abundantly and rapidly so that the waste of tissue and nerve byastrength phys1dauDherewiLOthirtyone bintlugmyIiihthat you have Tendered the public A correct measure of your nsefulnes never has been ami nercr will be estimated the public no not cyen by the multitude of afflicted humanity thtthas teen relieved and cured your raedlv OutPolledsatisfacuhorraircdaion dlspol1lgiuRlyotheirtheir good effects I an also enthused with con condlUoasforcommon for Jcgnitr yhyakfawTto endorse and recommend p medkhisitnt in this CMC I have no qiitcatios or hesitancy is to oinc Tie quick estipalisieoreDoctoi ccl PS rM CIt Q J I yL i 3 9 993 e 3 IItsEasyI w Takel wmm need a food to enrich ff their bloodlgive color to w mtheir cheeks and restore their m health and strength it is g safe to say that they nearly all reject fat With their food I icA 2sj K COD LIVER OIL ViniUYPOPIOSPIIITES oPLMEii5ODAJa w m is exactly what they require w m it not only gives them the im j g portant clement codliver oil m in a palatable and easily dj 1 m gcstcd form but also the hypo g mmen usually accompany anaemia g SCOTTS EMULSION isa fatty food that is more easily m m digested than any other form m of fat A certain amount off m flesh is necessary for health 8 You can get it in this way i We have knowh per v B sons to gain a pound a w W day while taking it W A soc and 100 all druggists W its SCOTT BO WNE Chemists New YorkI eeeeEEEeEeeeeEEEeEEeE i cherries The reverse is probably true of grapes the damage to the vines from severe winter being greater than at first anticipated 1 Apples pears cherries and plums have been in full bloom with the weather conditions perfect for fruiting Many correspondents make special mention of the unusually heavy apple bloom Raspberries and blackberries will be a failure the canes being killed to the roots Strawberries will be a failure though a few reports of live bloom are received from the western and southeastern sections A short time ago a gentleman in town who takes a great interest in live Block wished to purchase an extra milk SOW After searching some time he found ono just to his liking but on bringing her home ho was annoyed to discover sbe had no tipper teeth He sent Immediately for a veteran stool buyer who lives just outsideof the city limits As a joke the latter told him his cow had a serious disease of gums which would prevent her grow jug any more teeth and made her worthless as a milk cow He offered to take her off his hands at twothirds the value at which she had been ap praised To his surprise the jiisconso late purchaser jumped at the chance It wasnearly a week before the gen tleman found out his mistake and then it was his nine year old son who enlightened him Harrodsburg Democrat A Frightful lilunder Will often cause a horrible Burn Scald Cut or Bruise Bucklehs Arid en Salvo tho best in the world will kill the pain and promptly heal it Cures Old Sores Fever Sores Ulcers Boils Felon Corns all skin eruptions Best Pile cure on earth Only 25 cents a box Cure guaranteed Sold by Per ry Thomas Druggist 5 RUNNING FOR OFFICE A MAN WHO DIDNT WIN GIVES THE COST AND EXPERIENCE A Mississippi newspaper has found a man who gives his experience while running for office which he did not win by a large majority He submitted the following account of expenses incurred Lost 4 months and 33 days canvas lug 1349 hours thinking about the election 5 acres of wheat 2 whole crops of sweet potatoes 4 sheep 5 shoals and 1 beef given a barbecue 2 front teeth and a considerable amount of hair in a personal skirmish gave 07 plugs of tobacco 7 Sunday schoolbooks 2 pair of suspenders 4 calico dresses 7 dolls and 13 baby rattlers told 2859 lies shook hands 23370 times talked enough to have mado in print 1000 large volumes size of patent office reports kissed 126 babies kin died 13 kitchen fires cut three cords of wood pulled 475 shocks of fodder helped shuck 6 wagon loads of corn dug 14 bashels of potatoes toted 27 buckets of water put up 7 stoves was dog bit 3 times watch broken by baby Ito repair loaned 3 barrels ol flour 25 bushels of meal 150 pounds of ba con 57 pounds of butter 32 dozen of eggs 2 umbrellas 12 lead pencil 1 Bible dictionary 1 mowing blade 2 hoes 1 overcoat 2 boxes of paper collars none of which have been returned Called my opponent a perambulating liardoctor bill 10 Had 6 argu ments with my wife results 1 flower vase smashed 1 broom handle broken 1 dish of hash knocked oil table 1 shirt bosom ruined 2 liandsful of whiskprs pulled out 10 edIts worth of sticking plaster bought Besides spendlhgl 8G8 That Tlirobins Headache Would quickly leave you if you nsed Dr Kings New Life Pills Thousands of sunerers have proved their match less merits for Sick jfervous Head aches They mako pure blood rind strong nerves and build up YOU IJllt1h Easy to take Trj them Only 2o cents Money back if not cured Sold by Per ry iii Thomas Dragcista 5 The life of an editor in Servia is not a delightfril one Within the last two years a weekly paper has had 10 editors Fifteen tl1em are in jail for too keenly commenting upon govormrient affairs nzidNIIe lath has just been Jiu8tledt fr fti join them for tho same- most i rri of the horses nreelioJ- Eveit6traW the clluuSletit of carthorses wear straw shoes which in their cases are tied round the ankle with straw rope anti are mad Df the br4inaryjIco fitrawjbroided sons the f sma sele f rI the 9t ut Rlr nn- iiibolc hS iles Zbtf4bt LCIle QMitapW t i 1 r I f fCounty Court sfParis BourbOn county first Monday Richmond Madison county first Moo d iaLexlfJg1ontFayette county second Monday Stanford Lincoln second Mon d JGeorgetownScott Mon day t 1 Danville Boyle county thirdMonday- Nicholasville Jessamine county third Monday Winchester Clark county fourth Monday i Versailles oodford county fourth Monday i LITERARY JgflTES t Reidinor of LippincottsMagazineappeal8 strongly to every lover of romance The intro duction of the RussopAmerican inc 8i a olfloses1ta by a pinktinted seashell of roses and where she is teen for the first time bji wealthy Central American who is to- nfluence her afcrlife surely attention ThaU this mUll compelsI difference o tile fair sex jse s1iouIdiupiil iTfe life 7or hqr Seems but ilaturivl naT we sbe combined with the charming personality character unspoiled by adulation sympathetic faithful and brave The story can be said truly to be among the best works of this popular writer We have read of Maud on a summer day who raked barefoot the new mown hay wo have read of the maid in the early morn who milked the cow with the crumpled horn and weve read the lay that poets sing of the resiling corn and the flowers of spring but of all the lays of the tongue or pen theres naught like the lay of the Ken tucky lien Lonjr long before Maud makes her hay the Kentucky hen be gins to lay and etc the milkmaid has stirred a peg the hen is up and has dropped her egg the corn must rustle and the flowers spring if they keep up with the barnyard ring If Maud is needing a hat or gown she dosnt take her hay to tovvn she goes to the store and obtains her suit with a basket full of fresh fruit If the milk maids beau makes a Sunday call she doesnt feed him on milk at all but work up eggs in a custard pie antI stuffs him full of chicken fry And when the old man wanta a horn docs ho take the druggist a load of corn Not much Ho simply robs a nest to town he goes yon know the rest lie lingers anti he talks perchance of true reform and correct finance while his good wile stays at home and scowls but- si saved from want hy those self same fowls for while the husband lingers there she watches the cackling lion with care and gathers the eggs thee s shell hide till she gets enough to stem the tide Then hail all hail the Kentucky hen the greatest blessing of all to men Throw up your lint and make Rome howl for the persevering barnyard fowl Corn may be king but lis plainly seen that the Kentucky hen is Kentucky Queen Winchester Democrat Maryland has a law making it a felony to attempt to commitsnicide and the first trial under it occurred at Cumberland Friday The defendant who is a Virginian and an exConfederate produced very strong extenuating cir cumstances which made him desire to shuffle oil his mortal coil before his natural timeand he was dismissed with an admonition As only those who fail to succeed in fclo do so ran be tried and punished Marylanders and others who are tried of life will doubtless make suro work of it when they start out to die by their own hand Stan ford Journal A dispatch from Lexington to the Chicago TimesJournal gives the start ling information that of tho 47 colonels and three generals who went with Qov Bradley to Chickamauga only seven ever smelled the smoko of battle or know how to mark time and not one of them offered his services in the lato Spanishwar It is a pity to FpoiLrep uUitions and traditions in this way Each of the colonels and generals is a born fighter willing to do so at the drop of a hat what boots it if they did not go to work Stanford Journal A writer in the Arena contends that the death penalty has been a failure in this coutitry basing this conclusion on the increase of homicides The figures given are somewhat startling In 1SSQ there were only 4290 homicides in the United States but in 15 years thenum ber went up to 10- 500kW1e Says We have four children With the first three suffered almost unbearable pains from 12 to t4 hours and had to be placed under the influence of chloroform I used thc bottles of Mothers Friend before our Last child came which b a strong fatand healthy boy doing my houseworkup to within two hours of birth and sub- fcredbutafewhard pains This lini mentis tfie grandest remedy everV made Mothers j Friend will do for every woman wfcxt it did fir the Minnesota mother who wri s the above let ter Not 13 use it durinr pregnancy isa mistake to be paid for in own and sufftring Mothers Friend equips e patient with a strong body and ckirAitdkct which in turn are imparted to vi child It relaxes the mwcic and 1om to expand I relieves morning sickness anderyousncsr It puts all the orgxts concerned in perfect condition for theinf1hour so that the actual labor is short painless Dan ger of rising cr tyrd breasts is altogether avoided and recoft ry is merely a matter oi a few days ft Druggists sellM ers Friend forti a bottle the Bradficld Ifcfulator Co Atlanta Ga Send for pr free illustrated book rw C WEiLQ CO I O4 TNAV LOMLJe- cls2lSLfl i Y f cL 0 j i LJ J 1 iLL WOMENShould that the J Old Time Romet1T Is the best for fieTresbies COrrectS aU- trregullrttles In Female Organs Should betake for CUre llle and before QIJd1Mrt Planters Old Tire Ressodics have stood the test for twoity years Uad oily by New fpenrer Mcdldne eo Chat tsnoua Tennesee Perry Thomas druggists successOTS to W G White decsayr- All druggists sell Dr Miles Norvo Plastera Wt Iii yT ni i 1LU1iD 1I AM 88 YEARS OLDand never nned PInelarhoneyIn grip n3 wen na concha and colds It makes weak tunes Btronc Mrs M A JfctcaUe Pednch Kr pta WtK THE LOW and WI aa a a e a Sl PLEASE Vjc I CANDY CATHARTIC 1 Ring out tho Ring In the new Ring out tho false Ring in true We to you the new and true from tho piney forests of Norway BELLS PineTarHoney INatures most natural remedy by science to a Pleasant Positive Cure for coughs colds and all inflamed of the and Bronchial Tubes The sore weary are exhila rated i the microbebearing mucus is cut out i the cause of that tickling is and the inflamed are healed and soothed so that there Is no to cough 1SOLD BY ALL GOOD Bottle 25c 50o and 100 BE SURE YOU GET Dr PineTarHoMy For by Perry Thomas successors to W d White Sell Your Hides AND BUY YOUR Potatoes at Thurmans- We pay the Highest and sell for the Lowest on earth- THTJRMAN GROCERY Co COR MAIN AND CHEAPSIDE RICHMOND KY ttvttT- heyre the Best I At Thats why you to sc them before buy We mean i tv our Insurance Gasoline Stove V ONLY AT THE Cash Hardware Store of C wDOUGLAS SIMMONS Plows Harrows Corn Planters Cultivators Champion Bind 3CIS Mowers all kinds r of Farming Implements mchlly J 1 1 For a SUMMER CRUISE the COAST LINt TO MACKINAC WE17 STEEL surfaces Lungs Lungs removed SPIED ad CoastctionLusotiossquipnicat To e8iii6iiiathL Wish DIcaiN- o LIne offers n panorama of 460 pitIes of equal variety and Interest The Detroit and Msckruec PETOSKEY SOO MARGOEtTC ANDOULUTH RATF1S Return IncludingMcajs eiIs 10ro8lTol I cIa the Jg DR Improved Permanent coughworn membranes inclination DRUGGISTS Only Slut Bells sale Seed Prices want you FOUND and and take The revs Toledo COMFORT SAFETY Pare 15 0 Each Dtreetrea Dtrtk373CoI 5teereo 175 SundaJ TrJoM J kkt hly tvtaslCaya s BCTW- UMClovolanU FittiaBay RIME Toledo Scud so fcrll1ustrltctlPn pd 4i4re it jA SCIWKT2 r o is Ill J t I It t 0- j t j 0s- seSS BnwttnJJOIT msdeatCIyeandwjil1Itarliest Detruitfcrall1OIntsNortk a It SEND NO MONEY KCUiDLK AID till SOT THE BUR3CKuzr- acraorsoic aii1 its vu vw Address SEARS ROEBUCK CO Inc Chicago apr56m IIISealed Bids Sealed bids will be received J N Culton for the erection of a new church just beyond Water Works on the Richmond and Irvine turnpike up to Friday May25 For further particulars call on David Chenault Sr or JN Culton this city apr28- tdIiHfnpUBIAN P TEA cures Dyspep U4IIII V CIa Constipation anti Indi gestion Regulates the Liver Price 25 cts Sold by Perry lit Thomas successors to W G White A 50 YEARS EXPERIENCE I J 1 TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS cAnyono sending a sketch and description may ilckly ascertain our opinion an Invention Is probsbiypatentablc Commurtea- tion strictly conadenUal on Patents securlmrpatentPatent o tptdol wOke without chante In tho Scientific flmcrieam A handsomely Hlnstrated weekly Jjirceat drcuUUon of any ndcnttflo journaL Tcrns year tour month L Sold by all newsdealer Yorknranc12827 I GENTSCOLUMBIAN LL1DRUGGISTS 24 DD 1m EmN 1m I LEGAL TEST 16036 Record 229 fourth heat in a race on a half mile track Sired by the great Election eer the only horse with in 210 byWilliamsonsson of Hambletonian 3d dam Laura Keeiu by HambletonlnnJO all producing tiania His sire Electioneer stands ahead of any horse living or dead both as a tire of extreme speed and 230 performers and his son Chine is the champion trotting Stallion as a sire of fast and consistent race horses having to his credit seven with average records of 210 a distinction which is not equaled even by till great George Wilkes or any of his sons The public is well acquainted with such noteil FantasyTommyyear the leading stars of the truf The get of this great horse also bold the records for yearling twoyearold and three yearold trotters LBOAL TKST in 16 hands hicb fine weight with a perfect disposition lie roes with a fourounce shoe in front behind and is quite a handsome horse Will stand at 11301- insure a living colt aprs2nB H NEALE GHESTnnnnnn = GRADES I4444 +4+ ++ ++ S IcLADIES COLumBIAN II BEST BICYCLE BUILT I FACTORY TO RIDER DIRECT I All we 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