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I I j r TIifl RICHMOND J CLIMAX 11VOLUME25 of RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MAY SS e1 1899 NUMBER 51fJ1f1 5ollIs x IIkctDo t1iITn E ulbDleLife AII eJoiythOF TUB feGRIGSBY General Agents Jisteiii Kentucky =THE CSST OP THEM ALLII LPP1NCOTVSt 11ONTHLYAQAZINE birTnumbcutcrtuliilDR rradiag matter 4lroerj cffuisuM lo Iwst rrurfer fairrlptlunwhomthe IIMJPH LA 0 ELPH IARePROFESSIONAL CARDS A1rORNEYS Rw MILLER ATTORNEYATLW RICHMOND KENTUCKY inrmer8 toJATTORNEY ATLAwtwRICHMOND KENTUCKY Odke over Taylors Hardware store op pOl itt Court House on Main Streetm ofIIOGGATTORNEY AT LAW KiciiMovi KENTUCKY Office No 13 Firt St up stairs 3130 JC D 11 OIIENAULT ATTORNEYS AT LAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chen anils jrrnonry PHYSICIANS DRS GIBSON GIBSON PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON nRICIIMONDOficc in the Joe Vilitu building 18 and ao Sec on l Sirtet oyer Wnue t old drugstore 27 CUASIIOOKERTVETERINARY SURGEONt iGrIJlwle Ontario Veterinary College Dentistry and Sterility a Specialty upstairs over store recently nccu Harness Co East Main Bt jVrnaryIcyapr7ly JASPER M D Medicine and Surgery lIainStreetIon lirontlway- RuiiMOND KENTUCKY GW EVANS M U PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON RICHMOND KENTUCKY DR T J TAYLOR PractUloner Medicine and Surgery RICHMOND KENTUCKY office and residence on Second Street 9 DENTAL STOGEBT Dr 1eeTlTle tt ltonSOTl DENTIST op LOUISVILLE KY oyOfHce next door to Government Haildlng BlchmSnd Ky Office hours9 to 121 to 4 novl7ly Four nice rooms for rent Call at Dental Office of Dr Hob son next door to postollice Di FRED SMITH DENTIST iWOfBce over Collins Grocery same office lately occupied by Dr W W Burgin an2ly Dr Louis II Landman No 503 West Ninth Street Cincinnati Ohio will be at the Hotel Zimmcr Richmond Kyon WEDNESDAY JUNE 14 1899 returning every second Wednesday o each month Reference every physician of Richmond Ky feblHy KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY IL US CiVE reriJnl Uiicjtw ERAttY BIBLE MEDICAL AND COMMERCIAL COLLEGES Tuition for Literary and Bible Course J53 a More tan twenty teachcra iryranattum Thousands of saccessf nl alumni Social and moral welfare of students receive special attention Open to both sexes For catalogues address the President jIy- DtfILLIIThL I SHORT LINE TO New Orleans B6st Line to ARKANSAS TEXAS IcOAND CALIFORNIA Ialljau Tonrldt Sleeping Car leaves Louis Title every Thursday nIght and ruts through to tan Francisco Ask your ticket agent for particular or write LgentLonist1leFree Reclining Chair Cars Louisville tb Memphis and Nef Orleans A H HANSON WM A XELLONB- Q I4g Chicago j PAfL4flth1T1Iti a GOV ED BROWN WRiTES UP RED HOUSE AND VICINITY Red House a village of aboul ghty inhabitants is located on the N railro id six miles from this dty iu a level place Otter Creek dividing it into with larire ami commanding hills oil either SIde This is the largest ijiping point in tile northern part of t county supplied from a strip of country extending from Union City to l1uxtowualldneurly to the city limits npJ1elIutiolfrulll e fint house hud it tatted some three cur years ago An incident happened there several years ago On the death i f one of tin owners one o his little children drank a halt glass of whiskey and died from the ef cta and they were buried in the same grave So take warnini ye lovers of the bug juice that you do not owl the same way This little village lUll two stores two blacksmith shops a grist null express office and post office also a passenger depot anti a good Baptist cliurch The merchants are Jam Powell and William Dozier Thomas Marshall is the miller Horace Dozier who learned hid trade with Mr Alitl kiff our efficient blacksmith of this city is the principal smith One of the principal iiuluati ies of the place at the IJangliterinour citizens Mr James Smith conducts a chicken ranch and has several hun etI fowls and ships hundreds of eggs every day Some of the principal CosbySquireti Harvey Cobb who was a niagis of that section for several years d House is the former home of Hoggs and Dozier our liverymen located on Irvine street Near this place is the former homo of Dock Cobb and attorneyheret daughter of Squire Hugley conducts n select school Elihue JtiggeretalF is the railroad agent and is one of the oldest the county having been constant employ for twenty years It is hurt keep a good man down Thomas arr of this city is a former merchant of Ked House In a place midway be een this city and that village on the Otter Creek pike three miles from wnlive8 one of Madisons most noted ezi Hon Tiff Chcuault He is a scion one of the oldest families in the county has been a lifelong politicians a staunch Democrat and a consistent member of the Baptist church and has been honored twice by his fellow citizens to aseat in the Legislature and received the name of the economist of that body by the way in which he looked after the things and interest of the people It Is salt he rode the money box we need a few more such nowdays Otter Creek upon which this village is situated id one of the principal creeks in the county it re ceived it name from the great number of otters iu its waterbut have long been extinct It is one of the tributaries of the Kentucky and enters that river ear Boonesboro It rises three miles east of Richmond a short distance above the reservoir Dreaming Creek which rises in and flows through the ty is one of tributaries to this creek ue home of Hon Thomas Phelps DreamingCreok rivulet Flow on winding singing little stream To the waters of be rushing Otter Flow on Otter to the old Kentucky Rush on old Kentucky to the broad Ohio Bound on Ohio to the great Mississippi Rage on Mississippi father of waters Through the sunny southland And merge your muddy waters In the briny deep of the Mcxic gulf It is well to bear in mind in feeding hogs for market that money or feed may be expended unnecessarily in producing heavy weights Generally of late buyers discriminate against tem so that they bring less per pound and after a pig pas t8 the 200 or SCO pound mark it often costs as much to put on mother 50 or pounds as was pounddrit production r out of feeding hogs for market Lax ingtou Observer AAAAAAAAAAA pckI I- keLees aBlnn Gvelarnlng 02 Winler So the falling of the hairells of the nflgrosch of age and declining perNo matter now barren the tree nor bow leafless it may seem confidently expect leaves whyBecause is life at the rootsSo you need not worry about the falling of your hair the threatened departure of youth sad beauty And why Because if there is a spark of life remaining in the roots of the hair AVERS DAIR VIGOR will arouse it into healthy activ ity The hair ceases to come out it begins to grow and the glory of your youth restored- to oU we have a book on the Hair and its Diseases It is free Nt Basi Avt If ou do not obtain all the benefit expected fran tbo me of the Vigor writs the doctor about It iretebly tlwro II omo dltEroltTnltl yuurt2a- crL iritiuu which n YtM allrrcawveo 4diUn fi MMh n 1 r PURE Makes the food more delicious and wholesome I Glloi7Father Tic PHYSICIAN FROM AWAY HACK OUTSTRIPS f PHILOSPHERS a FINDS THE ELIXIR OF LIFE Drives Away The Wrinkles of Approaching Old Age TAKEN FROM BILLY GOATS The elixir of life sought by explorer and philosophers Iron lonee De LeerMto BrownStquard has at last found in the land of razor backs and fence rails A country physician from Green comity Mo claims to havedis Plcoverededjje of the scythe of Father Time and drive away the wrinkles of approchinp old age His nome is B F Roberts and so thoroughly has he impressed Chicago physicians who have experi monttid with his fluid that several of them have undertaken extensive experiment with the new panacea On his farm near Green City Dr Rob erts lias raised a large herd of vhandthat the fluid of youth is to be secured Life cells from tho lymphatic glands of the goats are removed with great care and are transplanted to the hu CojectlonsRoberts and his assistants have been interesting in the extreme In the in tamfurtherDr Alexander C Wiener a physician whose ofice is in the Reliance building assisted Dr Roberts in some of the ex JIof this kind said he because it thtocriticism by the profession IrJloU BlbeetiSt retersburg and Brown Sequard has WPoebiand obtained results much similar to ours The general plan of the treatment is to find a method of elimination of certain deposits and of oxidization blood This will naturally prolong life for these are the two elements which tend to bring about the state of old agoWDo you think this lymph actually leYesthink so from the results 1 have Seeflfollow long would one treatment have effectGshould sayuwas the answer that one treatment might retain its tUthemight bo repeated with success Wo do IIOt wish to give this matter pub licity hut do wish to make it known to the medical profession Krmarkable Rescue Mrs Jliuhaol Curtain Plainfiold makes the statement that she caught cold which settled on her lungs the was treated for a month by her iamily physician but grew worse He told her she was a hopeless victim of consump tion and that no medicine couldcure- cri Her druggist suggested Dr Kings Now Discovery for Consumption i she liiinirhr n lintHn nriH n lipr iIoltMif SfoundShe continued its use and after taking six bottles found herself sound aiid well now does her own housework and is well as sue every wasFree trial bottles of the Great Discovery it Perry Thomas Drugstore Successors to W G White Large bottles CO cents and 100 C What is the smallest income on which a man can live In Nosy York was the question asked of a noted banker whose income is 100000 a year Well he replied my house hold expenses alone amount to 25000 a year and I do not see how I QuId possibly live on less than that Then a reminiscent smile began to cross his countenance and heaving a little sijli he salt Hut the happiest time of ally life was when my wife sinai I aud tvo children lived hero on 2500 a year We kept two servants und felt quito rich After alt happiness doesnt depend on the amount of a mans incomer I was quite intimate with William II Vanderbilt when ho was considered the richest man in the country I met him one day on Fifth avenue and said to him that he ought to bo tire happiest man in the world hI am not the great miliotiaito replied ify health is shattered and all the money I possess can not restore it I call tint even drive one of my line horses It is painful for me lo sit down My only possible txereiso is tI tcallilwu the avenue Irtclhc threatening letters Jaifv and my nerves are so unstrung that I am con staidly afraid that sime assnesiu will waylay nip Uiu uvurruir with people who want 10 t my money I am tho- m wit wreche man in New ivnrk and I tell you that altar a peTSou Jias area initiated jKiiougit lirtecurB Jiiniujaiist poverty jin l gratify lat reasonable wants every dollar in ixtilltirtnisabnr den and weglia him duwn III larrkslrQJ1XrfI WaSllf result il his 1iloiidtd liealth ItKibuiilaUle will tronitndoii energy are not found whero Stomach Liver oFoliteJIisuccess they bring use pr KigV New Life 1lIh hey develop every power oriiraiii and bHlv Only Socat Perry Tliotnhs ilrIit store =it is reported that allOw cainpii lisa brett fbrinwl in Virginia with cajiitlpI i O9W000 with Ilie avcw intviiic4jCOfliernig tIi e tC portEbce tndi t T KIN6 POWDER LOCAL Yenowins Illustrated Kentuckian qiofpublished weekly at Louisville by Mr Yenojvine in CourierJournal BlaigI dfullsome dames gallant men and oilier products of Kentucky Wilh the CLI MAX one year it will be sent to any ad pcr for 00cgTelephone Line by Way of Ford The WincheMer Democrat is author for the following of interest to al- adiioniaus Work has begun on the Winches ter Fun and Richmond lino mid we dliall soon be able to Hello to thore aees and intermediate points beveml car loads of cedar poles from Madison county which will be used for this line The Old Kentucky Telephone Com pany whichf1l8 organized saintiumOlllhll will tago plobl1bly lines of ita own but will be the lessee of tiie Winchester Ford and Richmond the Winchester and Paris the Winchet ter and Mt Sterling lines and others that will probably bo built lt have independent TheseS di ThceKentucky luGrealBryan BnnquetCommittee lley League of Bimetallic Clubs atr arrangemenlsfor Ferry on the evening of the cbs 011Thereseats for lCOO guestp The central chair at table No1 will be occupied by W banquetChairTarvin of Covington the President of e League Chair No 3 for the lion Q aphairackburn the toastmastersubanqueters will go to Fountain p beiLltguests upon the Allegro iu front ItIas x liticsRadishes Olives Pickless foiSmear Kaso hole Tomatoes Lettuce with Dressing Swiss Cheese e Cream Coffee Assorted Cakes mong theVpeakers so we are In rmed by Jjge Tarvin will be ex CGovIf any of our rears desire to attend the banquet they eUQiild at once remit ofiice1IhVALLEY U4wItl liIEitSOAL CiSWtc liredOJlr thigtousalIreB ethel Christian church i txt tiuuday Thomas Pratlier of LexinutJu visi ted E B Scrivener aud family last Sunday 0novo Hlt NUts of Spears preactibd atSylomo M E Church South list titiday Manager O A Roy of the Southern Lumber Cp returned Vethiitsdtty fidIa business trip to Cincinnati Mr Nortlicutt of ale ifeu county us spending a few days with the fatuity of his brother Dr Elmer Northcntt Rev Joseph Bailew of Danville preached to a large congregation at Antioch Christian church last Sunday Mr Henry Moore Spears was iu our ton Sunday Henry is a nice young fellow and cuts quite a swell over tie river as evidenced by regular weekly visits of late SLABS ITFItOflHUUBIED KEADEUS Oscar Witt a young married man was accidentally shot by his cousin George Wilburii Sunday afternoon The shot tuok effect in Witts side in flicting a severe flesh wound but itib thought not to be daugeioui The Kentucky river had a splendid rail tide last week Manager U W Hutchison of the Darker Cedar Co bought several rafts for his plant which by tho way is doing a bigger b b cupsitsever it did uiiuer auy previous inanagL ment which tpuuks well fur tIll excel leiit judgement of the present mauagi r Miss Lets Harris of Klcliinund the able nod ellicieiit teat her woo was eu gaged to teach a five mouths term at this place clued licruchoul lust Friday iiavingbiifuesbfiilly cumplHifd e term giving entire satbiactiuu to her patrons ills Iluiritf is one of that cuiiiiiyo up tlrtIiitO Instructors and the patrons of this fichuol at this place congratulate themselves on securing her ineatini biD bervice8 hi the past slits having previously taught schooPat this pac Misa Keltid biggerbtalf who lefta month ago to vult Mian Maud Uiviu tt inll nyOhiu whereafivr Bptnding a latIilllltw they wero lout by two young men of thitllIICtllr Travis Juun and Mr thiiry tiijurloyk who left fieie bout ten days inen youngiinitthat they were married Mr Duuu loiiiling tw the hayinenealtiller Miss IJig gerBtnir aud Mr SpurioOk and Miss Uiviu t4tkig upon themselves Site sear riagtt vpw The nquariettt will arrive hoinetjQUietime tIllS welk whoa all jilwjli be forgvcn May theytaedjilirougli the four a1Ctni5 of love hI tknabfillWBfnujf betrothal then comes the summer more ardent and fierce which lasts from the betrothal to the altAr tim third the richly Ia encd soft and dreamy au tumn the honeymoon and after it the winter bright and clear when you take shelter by your fireside from the cold worldwithout amd find every pleasure there until like a tender flower planted iu tlu fertile soil of tho heart itgrows expanding ito folitgo aril imparting its UI1pLtUhcJItit UI rail In brightness in thoparadi of God Young tacit may you never iause them lo shed a tear the unc- IllIIvocnllunJuae of thu heart yet hew oqtieiit the impassioned eloquence ofwup before which the I onip and lrodtewJAY KLL Kss THE legal ProfssboUWihl bo special interested iii the following unpre dentoll ruling of the jjupremu Court of the United States as detailed in a Wnshington dispatch to the New York Sun Nelson W Green of Arlington Mass who as inventor of the driven well process has furnished more litigation for the United States courts than any other man in the country obtained to day a rule in the Supreme Courtthe form of which is probably unique In 1897 Green obtained judgement agnln t e city of Lynn Mass fur 11500 for- 1rigemtnt of his driven well patent Not being tutisQud he appealed to the Circuit Court of Appeals for the First Circuit The appeal was granted by Judge Putnam Mho indorsed the ap peal with the statement that he was afraid it hail notbeen perfected in time e App Hate Judge threw out the ap peal on the ground suggested by Judge tinun From this judgment they to allow Green to appeal to the Supreme Court- Thereupon Mr Green lastM anday by his attorney presented a petition asking leave to file a motion for a writ of mandamus to these Judges compel ing them to hear his appeal or grant o to the Supreme Court or for any her relief that the court might deem fit Today Chief Justice Fuller announced that the court had granted the petition aud had received the motion A rule was issued male returnable on May I directing tho Judges to show cause not why the petitioners peal should bo heard by them but a writ of certiorari should not is e bringing the case directly to the Supreme Court for review This is lieved to be unprecedented in the story ot the court Should the case ultimately go to the Supreme Court it may not be to the advantage of Mr Green for in a fatuous decision de tered some years ago the court de areti that lie was not the inventor of the driven well process reversing a rmer decision TIlE right of a husband to gamble away money when he has a wife de pending upon him for support ia de lIned by the Ohio Supreme Court Saturday in the case of Charles Vincent vs Clapira Taylor error to tile Circuit ourt of Fayette county The syllabus sds as follows Bardburry C J f In an action brought under Section 1271 Ilevised Statutes by a wife dependent on her husband for support it is not necessary aver or prove that the husband lost oliny or other thing ofvalue in gainihiog schemes in which he participat It is suflicient in that respect that expend money or thing of value n account of such scheme and that e defendant in the action receive the mecWhvro in such action the petition discloses that the hubbiiiid of the plain till ou numerous occasions during a period extending over a number of mouths had gambled at a place kept by defendant it is sufficient if the pet tiou states generally that the husband extended money on schemes of gain- ingd conducted at such pla e stat it f Slut iiecessary to describe the particu nc games or schemes at which he jilayed Where persons who engage in playing roomfcpttbiney to bet thereat employ chipb orfcoutiteis that represent money and wi eh are furnished by the keeper of Uherooin at an agreed valuation fur- hatur1neet the players buying them vclioiiliey outer on the game and the J i buyiback playerinbe Itemed to have expended and the tlellc1hne received the money paid forie cliljace on account of a suheitti of gambling Judtitit ulfiruied I WiillN6 TOIP IrutlmjrtJ11i of catarrh mates loyal fr nls for the liberator Peruna has I been making fo friends of this L kind for many C1l J yeirs It cures ttwherercr located WrsBEades wentrTtroit Mich is one many thousand of PerunasfricHsA This is what she says to Dr Ilartmo I Vfo hare used yontsna with the most remarkable su3siic1 would not lIe without ite hire always recommended to ourtricars A few years ago I purchnscdlf pttllo of your Peruna its results recommended it to my gtyrcrWlio was troubled with dyspepsia Jl iuinff of which indiccd her to sellU in her store She has sold large ntintnts of IL My daughter hiss just ban cured of jaundice with ieruna Wr pea would gJ5 w weary were Jf to1 Vin to tell you Of the numerous cures rerjina has effected in our imratxliato tichitr within the last couple of yeara Dr Hartman PresIdent of the m i cal ITotcl Columbus Ohio willciat1 and prcscrltx for fl1tyhousanlwcist- this year free of chse Every jnuIeJf lag woman slioald write Ofnpela QtiOlllankfCHJta and Mvel Df Bwt ItOOok JiJth afad tT AUW wU PAe o T t f1 fiNERYOUSWEAK DISEASED MEN aNO CURE NO PAY B TIlE NEW METHOD TREATMENT putttjceiySexual discern It ii the remIt of 30 r fofthoaodiJeaWE CURE SYPHILIS Tliis terriblo Blood Poison tho terror V J i of mankind yields readily In our KKW MercuryPotah Sf S If you have sores in Ibo mouth or tongue ypains in tbo joints IOro throat hair eyebrows falling outphnpieiior blolchei A beadayt of thia ItiooI1oion WO oiictt tho most nbntinato cater and cbnllence the r world for a caro ro noccpt f ir trentmrnt and cannot cure out treatment the iigainpainadimappear marriage possiblo and rate 3 CURES GUARANTEED Thnnrandtof anti miildle ieod f men haTelheirv1 r nUll vitality rapped h catty ahueII later OSCfIC menIal worry etc No matter tha caure our New Method Treatment ia tha retuc- cWECUREIMPOTENCY Andrcrtororll parts to n normal condi tion Ambition life anteMrn are ro j If I newed and ono lt man amonicmen Erery can in treatedindi cnreaILheacoourwonderful 1 jconsult us confidentially Wo can furnish fbank bonds to guarantee to accom plish what wo claim y it 250000 CURED 1J We treat and OLlohtSTltICTUltDRAINS UNNATUUAI D16C1IAKOI illkeardONSULTAnION FREE It unable In call writai fnr l103IBtREATDRS KENNEDY KERGAN 1 22 W Fourth St fCINCINNATI O 1 tc DROPSY rvn11 with Teeetablfl F mMllwt llaVu cured many thonsmd ca ea t tentfreeRSDR CALDWEUU CONSTIPATION PEPSI N William Bickers of Chattanooga killed himself because he could not manage his household a and Whiskey Labiti cured at home with out Jioiik of par I1PIU tlculan sent f RttDR BM WOOLLEt uilic JW North fryur St SEND us ONE DOLLAR I IkUtCITuritoTiD aleitaJ l rrtall at 475OO Ie IUOOO Uwirreamt Tain you CTer lair and paybetreIhtandtrelghcaarges3I PRICE charj4k7Mbr iaoaaottheOta1iiK15D3naTr5tlaon rmred direct from a phoiugrapbyou can f IuOro1 applarane ilude rre i oIrOflti ii nUqti llDllitlia3UoineljtH dacorettdauderuiamene2 bupiI j6xtA Uitp as iollowi bipIo fruripit Sldl ere Carter Tvr Ir P a Te Ua3Otv tn c tl IGOIahOITJ tl1pQiil icd 51 117 h Svt 511 7 aPI3aIg PrtcIp 5 TM F CLE QtE1 ac 1iTavea lit 7OMK 4JVKEX bi furnithed with a n xl leveled osdta aa4 ht t rcialAlnitt a Wsi bkd IgSSFSIvue Ir lernu and cnndltlona of which K oy part lre oat f1r repair It free ir hrjre Try ti one 000tharkt wilt relund your monet If you are not perevtiy n11J1Elt lilt All a Sun we say the 1 aster Cornrnissi ofIWinnie Wilson Ac Dfts In Equity fly virtue ota Judgment and order of Sale of theAprilcause the will o- nSflTURDAYMAY2U899 Between the hours of 10 oclock anti ZclimondMadisonpublic sale to the highest bidder the following theDilliugham described property viz producethedered to b made and the costs hereof Sale will be made on credit of and months equally The purchaser will be required to give bond with good security for the ofthe purchase money to have bearluglegalreserved upon said property until all the pur chase money is paidS E SCOTT Master M C C mayl72vr UND8LESLeDISON a D Adrar with the Will ofWm K Green decd Plffl Notice of Sale James R Urccn ic Dfts J llsonCircuittion at its Term IKi the undersigned as Admilnistratorwlththe will annexed of Wm R Green will on hrday At 10 oclock am on the premises on the Richmond and Lancaster Turnpike Road otterforsale Yftherdeath theIcontaintAcresnd lies almost in square Upon this is situated the residence and improvements The other tract of lies and fronts on the west side of the Lancaster Turnpike and contains thelandslands of Green on the southwest Each parcelsandthis way for each tract will be accepted and reported TERMS This land will be sold upon a credit of six and twelve and months in equal payments with interest from day of sale Pur chasers will be required to execute bonds with approved security payable to the as of the will annexed of Wm R fromdayand effect of judgment Possession will be given on October 11899 and the purchaser will 18IitGreen OUn RELIABILITY ESTABLISHED 5f0 Ie h not dealt wile u F t fj 11 wr 1 F for Dint Chicago or German Bank KewTork or any railroad or erpre bIoekIinhhgoaad crri alw everything In mtuieal Instrument at lowest wholesale pricey Write for free piclal organ piano XtiUrSEARS= = DiB Fl ridai Havana Solid finest In the South Cincinnati to Jacksonvill daily viI the Queen and and connecting lines Through connections to Tampa Miami or New Orleans with fast Steamer Service to Nassau Key West Havana Santiago and San Juan Low rate round trip tickets O fl 1t Of F to to fes lud Did K tQ you fA i a d a 6 Chenault Against deceased a tract land Adam 6 a liic TraIn icrvico is perfect ia detail Fast des thours to Jackson viIe S4 hours i to Havana WCjltitEjRsoIit Cincinnati1 lt llll tiJ I s f5KG OI Don G i Bxcih ii d ffi We have just received ar umler 1efiig 1torsIeeBoxs White Mounttin Ice Freezers5 e5 cl1btn 71 kindsjof Fish min Tackle Hooks everything from Peich Channel Cat eVfr any thing ubuut tT 1t C1t1r 1M OIlCrS SI undersigned TERMS Commissioner June btI 108 undersigned Administrator bpubltheroftiilpaperorsetropulltanxatjonai Exchange trains Crescent sched Cincinnati WiterCuolers Cream i1 rIll c Vefl wciwi11so jo ttci C1 1lld see us- t DB tACkcfQau t MPANYJ r1 1S nNoND 1Y m TItgE1tI 1 fj 7If1J IPJtJ Iii f n u 11 Matting Display 1yI4iiilaa half a carload of Mattings j 4weinvite the public to call and 4 examine the finest display ever exhibited in Richmond 4 IF MONEYSAVING MEANS ANYTHING NOW IS TIlE TIME FOR YOU TO CALL = Lomfc Teaxi 5 1 a kc115om QomoTk1iTherefore you prices Oil Mattings Carpets Furniture c before go 4 inn elsewhere 1 NEVILLE MflRFRIFVIvIUDLriLLi 220222 W Main Street 23NIGHT 23 RICHMOND KY 4L i REPAIRING IuraatetiAL E LANEJETELER OTIcIT2ND STREET RICHMOND Ky E3 us right at band is the t II Vulcan1ilJF3I Chilled Plow 11DISCIS Our store is heavily stocked with every article t found in a firstclass Hardware Store sucht6 BackbandsEl etc etc J- F3 l1 MK WM BUCKLEY our experienced tin i1ner is constantly in demand for guttering jpl ErJ roofing andrepairing 4 pJiTaylor Bros I Rv ll i 6 El El E38 6 El I f J llAP1Li ANew Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL an EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHCRf ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED 1 sy Math 75 CrNr 8oTtlESlllO Cirrr lMltUBfchfUflrtr a 30 Irt H iii 1frLOjIS Vf sitle by PERRY THOMAS t Jiruggists tn1 I o tt ti l glrfilr 5 r1uI ii 1 The J PjclimondCliniaxJroprlctorz A D C E WOODS Auociatc Editor i WEDNESDAY MAY 24 1890 I J 4 P011WSHK1I naTy I The Climax Printing Co PRICE PER YEAR 150 DEMOCRATIC TICKET 4FOR KAILROAU COMMISSIONER Sb DIST COL A W HAMILTON OF MX STK1ELIM 4 ANNOUNCEMENT FOR AUDITOR We lire authorized to announce JOHN B 4CURNAULr of Madison county a candidate of State Auditor subject to the action of the Democratic State Convention I POX nKPBESBMTATIVB We are authorized to announce M H WILL lAMS a candidate for the Legislature subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce W W com a candidate to succeed himself in the next general assembly of the State of Ken tuCkysubJect to the will of the Democratic party von COCSTT CLERK We are authorized to announce A KWA NAUtIlI DOTY for Count Clerk sucjrct to the action of the Democratic Party We are authorized to announce C M RAY nUUN a candidate for County Clerk subject to the action of the Democratic Party von SDSIIIFY We are authorized to announce JOHN F WAGERS a candidate for Sheriff of Madison countysubject to the action of the Democratic are authorized to announce JOHN W BALLARD of White Station a candidate for Sheriff subject to the action of the Democratic party Democratic Committee Meeting At a meeting of the Democratic committee of Madison county held at the court house in Richmond Ky on Monday May 1st IKK it wits ordered that n mass convention be held in each voting precinct in Madison county on Saturday July 1st 1899 at 2 oclock p m to select delegates to a county Democratic convention to nominate aDem ocratic candidate to be voted for as Itepresentative for Madison county in the next Assembly of Ken tuck The basis of representation in each votini precinct shall be one delegate for each fifty votes cast in tho respective precincts for 11w Democratic electorial ticket for President in 1890 and one vote for each fraction of twentyfive votes or more cast at said election The members of Madison county Democratic committees residing in each voting precinct shall call the precinct convention to onler and jprosido while the convention is in session and certify tho result to the county convention to be held on the 3rd of July J All known Democrats and others IIwhosupported the Democratic electo I ticket for President in 1890 and those who pledge themselves to sup port the nominees of the county Democratic convention shall bo entitled to participate in the precinct conventions J CiiEXAUWChin WILLIAM J HIT See WATCH this Democrats and see what the outcome will he from Col Walter Forresters Free Press The Free Press wants tosee Senator Matt Quay up to tho Senate with identically the tamo creJeitials that Major A T Wood hall when Gov IJrad ley appointed him Senator Then we want to see Mark Haiina and McKBn ley write themcolvos down the knaves and hypocrites that they are by sup naye claims after refusing to recognIze Major Wood WIIRX you want to sly something sul phurous about the Republican party quote this from one of the brightest and most courageous Republicans in the State Col Walter Forrester Governor Urndleys assistant Adjutant General It isnt hard to catch a liar ora thief youIIfedernfofllce holders who have bloomed out since McKinley and Hunter got through organizing the gang that is in charge of tho Republican machine in Kentucky now THE Regwtefs Fnklrin chief defends his course in refusing to perpetrate1 Judge Tarvlns speech upon itu readers by saying that the 500 Democrats and Republican listeners of Judge lnrvin justificationforspeech That looks like a homemade verdict and will not hold water beslle Judge Tarvins own words published in tho CLIMAX Jast week to wInch we appendanothetportion of his letter I do not think the publication in CJ Brower COil LEXINGTON KY nr ii 1SorcererYou never saw the name ap plied to China before r Well there is no appella tion 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 col lection of medium priced goods you ever saw furniture At 760 Beautiful Reclining Chair re t p movable cushion 4 AtJ450 Fancy Golden Oak Window Seat At W 00 Beautiful noParlor Tables At 26O 100 and 100 lineot Leather Seat Rockers At iQc 100 and 125 lino of Dining Chairs IDaw th1flBB- j m 11r1 ill rni mj1 See ThemI i 11 C1F1BroerCo11 1c MAIN AND BROADWAY LEXINGTON KY ap13j t L the Register is of importance but I am surprised by It I did not care to give to time Associated Press my remarks concerning Judge Burnam which were of a purely local and personal nature nor did I care to give out that which was in time nature of an argument for j independent bimetallism at 10 to as priutediutain stand ou that issue Please tell Mr Davis that the next time 1 make A speech with the pleasure of having him as a listener I will write out and memorize all I intend to say and not depart therefrom Now Judge Tarvin doesnt care whether his speech goes in the Regis ter or not but he refutes Davis bom bR tlc tpmfoolry that he hrank from perpetrating n fake on his readers us the CLIMAX did as the speech delivered was not the one printed When a man is wrong is proven to lie wrong and knows he is wrong it is time part of a fasgack to switch the issue and fire as ho fleen Ills Whiskers concludes that we copy all our news from the Register anti thereby perpetrate fakes because the Register has a monopoly on cuarent events and whatever that it docs not print is a fake like Judge Tarvins speech Come Davis tell time truth once didnt yon omit Judge Tarvins speech timpl ai d solely because you could not get it up with out great expense and delay Dont shift the issuo and retreat under false coverDavis never saw the day that a little timing like scruple alone would later him from theperpetration of aHake amid this sudden assumption of a virtue which Is not a distinguishing character istic of his newspaper career creates within us a thirst fur CocaCola for that tired feeling We took mild exceptions to his editorial that CLIMAX hal imposed a coun terfeit upon our readers in printing iqpendedJudgeuineness Instead of accepting tho facts he reiterates that the speech was different in texture If not in sub stance We regret the necessity of resubstantiating our claims as as pointing out gentlemans ridicu excuse for hesitating to perpetrate a fakeT trust our diplomatic relations will not cease with this lti matum However it the calamity must come it will be easy for K Lee to trace from theleflect to the cau- sePERSOINAL plantfrMiss Daisy Hart of Somerset is visiting relative hero this week Mr and Mrs Edgar of Detroit were the guest of Mrs C 0 Smith Sunday Miss Jane Lusk of Garrard was time guest of Mrs Geo W White last weekMiss Mary Evans left Thursday for Louisville to visit Miss Nettle B Chen ault Mr Morris of Louisville was the guest on Sunday of his niece Mrs J Stone Walker paidMrvisit last Monday Drs Boeley Martin and II R and W Moss Gibson attended the State Medical Society at Louisville last week Miss Nancy Hall who for the past week has been visitinir her cousin Miss Elizabeth Hall at Paris has returned homo Miss Kate Harvey Louisville who has been the guest of Miss Mary Lit tle for the past two weeks has returned home Miss Jeannie Myers left last week for Lexington where she will spend the summer with her uncle Mr C J My ers and family Mr J N Litsey of Chicago is herein tho interest of a large book house lie attended C U inlH and is kindly remembered here Rev W IL Potter anti family of Mt Carmel Tenn are expected soon to visit tho family of Mr W B Jones family near Silver Creek Mr Marshal Davis and Miss Dora Iurrhof Nicholnsville were the pleasant visitors of Miss Bessie Hocka day of Silver Creek last week Miss Bessie Ballard entertained a few of her friends at her beautiful Whites Station home last Saturday night in honor of her birthday Mrs JohriF White who with Mrs buggyImistfew slight bruises and has been up almost ever since the accident Mr Henry Reidhas returned This will be sufficient notice to the belles of Bobtown to bring them out of mourn ing unless the rumor of Henrys mar mayheleading vehicle Mrs James W Smith is steadily im proving although the bruises cuts and fractures received iji the runaway of last week were sermons and extremely paInful In her sufrering Mrs Smith- has been greatly comforted by the re markable demonstrations of affection ate interest in her welfare by countless friends a testimonial to her lofty post thou in tho esteem of a- llREL1GIOUS Elder Lloyds meeting at the East End Christian Church resulted in several additions Rev W O Shewmaker C U 83 has declined the flattering call to the pastorate ot the Presbyterian church at Shelbville lie has charge of the fine church at Georgetown which up to tight years ago was filled by the dis tinguished Rev Dr Hunter now of Harrodeburg Dr T T Eaton has succeded in ousting President William H Whitsitt from the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary The war on Dr Whitaitt was on account of his statement of the historical fact that there was a time practice22 to 20 in the Board of Trustees may prove it does not prove that Dr Whit doesnt know more about church histor than Dr Eaton There will come a time thank God when there will be no Gospel torch bearers for the Lord God will be the light thereof lii wayLouisville DEATHS SOWERS Elmer Bryan 18months old child of Mr and Mrs J L Sowers of Valley View died on May 17 This was tho first time this household had leOn darkened by the Grim Reaper and tho once cheerful home is wrapped In gladdengrowing tiredj fell asleepon its moth ers breast ami awakened in the homo parentshaewhelming sorrow May it be sanctified to their sousgoodO- rDIcAmxWm Kavanaugb Oldhatn died on Saturday night at the residence of his soninlaw Wm 11 Miller at Kavananghs old place at the age of 78 vearll He lost the use of his limbs about eighteen months ago and al thou h ime suffered no pain his vitality gradually diminished until the end came funeral took place at 1 oclock yesterday afternoon conducted by Rev Culton followed by interment iu time Richmond cemetery Ho leaves six childjcii Wm ilezekiah and Mrs J P Eagle alt residing in Arkansas Mrs W H Miller Mrs Join Doty and Dr Brown Oldham of this county The following brothers and sisters stir vive Otdnlel father of Mrs Judge C Chenault Miss Temple Oldham Charles and Thomas M Oldham of this county Mrs Mrgaiet Chenault SterlingOharlesling now n resident of this county and Squire Abner Oldham of Lexing farmerimeeting house on the pld Hocker farm lie was a member of the Christian church and was an upright re spected lliizeu whose children Inherit many flf Ids sterling qualities and have been a great sinirco of liapplneus to their aged cttheJn his yew t xl i Lii evf f r j 1 LqOCAL The Post Office Flqht Here There is a very Interesting contest going on overtime appointment of a sue cessor to thin present postmaster Josiala ll Willis Democratic Bo far as we know only three applications are on tile that of our goou friend Mr W A Powell exPostmaster having lieeii withdrawn The other applicants are Capr J Speed Srniiuvand Alegars CU Wallace and T U Adams As the appointment may be made within the next sixty days or less there much interest manifested iu the outcome Everybody of nIl purl ies creeds colors and previous conditions of ser vitude bund or free male or female black white or old gold wilt regret the day that Mr Willis lays down theduticfe of his position which he with the in dispensable aiKiistaiice of Miss Pattie has so acceptably filled But since the blow must fall the question of his successor ia time subject of much con jecture at this time Ueniat Caut haiitlua fine type of the true Keutuckian of the old tctiool would make a postmaster very much on the order of Jon Willis for ho has no enemies iu this ucrld or the other and his appointment would give universal satUlaulion we believe He stands high in the councils of his party at time same time firmly holding time respect yen the affection of his political opponents auid while he hits been caus mug lees commotion than his younger competitors in the race his element of strength may lie in that peaceful con sciousnebs that his worth is acknowl edged and hisdeoervedness undisputed His appointment would cause abu ely jio regret but would reflect credit upon the administration Everybody likts Mr Wallace too for he has been a partisan without bit terness and a most effective wprker without forfeiting time good will of time opposition Of how few cnn this be uaid truthfully It is pleasant to testify to the high character public and pri Vale of this selfmade mnn Ills political opponents and his business competitors were never heard to speak a word disparagement of him When prosperity perched upon his banner he was ifncbaiiged unspoiled the same Coley that we knew as a collge boy When adversity frowned upon him and his path was strewn with few roses he was uncomplaining wisely hiding bravely concealing his sorrow from the world that hath sorrows enough of her own His capital at first was industry honesty and selfrespect to which time added other treasures a beautiful wife loving children and enJtgedinstone out Christianity and bos led a consistent life based thereupon To relationsIenergies time counsel and means and all these his endorsers lay upon tho altar as an argument for his rec ognition in this important contest This brings us to consider the claims of the other applicant Mr Thomas C Adams associate editor of the Panto graph son of Rev Pay ton Adams of this county No man has worked timers faithfully for the success of Republi canism in this county ever since ho came to tho ago of discretion than Mr Adams His most effective work began when he founded a newspaper and dedicated it to the political principles of his fathers the first Republican paper printed in Richmond since the wartime only one then anti now in this Congressional district A party without a paper is an army without a General and the opposition with journals annnqueetioned putforthRepublicanism We did not like it a little bit but it seemsd to thrive on our opposition We have repeatedly knocked- it on the head but it wouldnt down and to day we view it complacently as publictofor it docs not know any better than to be a stalwart Republican organ It has a large constituency and keeps pace with and sometimes in advance of its party This latter trait keeeping in advance of the party was never better illustrated than In 1853 when Mr Attains in advance orlit others in the face of opposition nailed to its mast head time name of William McKinley NapoleonicOhiOan and elected I RopuLlicunshis friends is one of the must conspicuous traits in Mr Mclvinley character and we need not go to Ohio for examples of his rememberance and reward of those who were his friends at a time chmamnpioumhisfavorite sons Here in Kentucky at Lexington we find an exact parallel to Mr Adams case Hon baum Roberts Eleven years ago the first day of this month we saw the Very first copies of the Lexington Leader turned olF the press It reeked withJgood ink and bal McKinleyism and went broadcast the herald of a new political era in Kentucky It cost something in those days to be a Republican as time dominant party had all the offices and there was not a daily of the opposition in the State Ninetylive per cent of the present state udtninistrationcan date firstdayraised Its voice in the wilderness of Democracy They got in its band wagon and landed rigtitside up at the pie counter of rock ribbed Democratic Kentucky Surely Sam Roberts de serves all honors ho has received and which he so modestly wears Arguing from the above facts Mr Adams stands an excellent show of be privatelifeother gentlemens and there can be no discounting his work for his party in the Puntauraph in conventions or ou time hustings If anybody fancies that Tom Adams is not iu this race by an nouncing it he will confer a favor not only upon Capt Smith ai d Mr Wallace but upon Editor II Lee Davis of the Register who will certainly drop dead if Adams wins Asa purely dis interested observer ol this pretty trian gular contest which hiss been absolutely devoid of mudslingicg we have attempted to show the equipments of the gladiators as they appear to us in the shortlybewe only regret that Mr McKinley can nut give each one a post otflcuamiti- one for Joe Willis also These do not quite exhaust time sup- IiY of good men in the Uepublica- npartynot by any means It is only at election only when we are tho tail to some Democratic candidates kite that we forget perhapstbat there are other pebbles on the beach other good men not DemocrauMust as honest patriotic and Goodly who wear time easybutbodyto be generous to a fault magnanimous to a foe in short to give the devil his dues This we have tried to do both in this column now and when the excitement of elec Lion times line tended to becloud our better judgement of men The ad ministration can make no mistake in choosing a postmaster from this trio From it one must be chosen May the best man win I C E W State LAW Meet The eyes of Jhe State are upon Richmond at least those of the Bicycle con tingent The Louisville Tunes says divistonyearsJasttheseforward to with much pleasure by all the wheelmen In the State The Rich mond Club promises royal entertain ment to all who attend the meet this probablytourSaturday morning and reaching Rich mond Sunday night Tho route wilt be through Frankfort arid Lexington Time roads should be In good condition at that time Pre icJent Strong and Secretary Har- rIs and Iheir committees are doing everything possible to work up interest in the big meeting and we earnest ly our citizens and particularly our merchants will encourage timi genlleiii n who have the matter in hand It will bring SOQ men to our city for two days and that uieans sumac tlaiug to the w t II p iMlic1 Ji j Announces for Sheriff In this Issue of the CLIMAX will be found the announcement of Jolm 1 Wagers for sheriff of Madison county j subject to the action of time Democratic party Mr Wagers hiss been jailer of this county and no bettor o was ever intrusted with the keys of that iu stitutlon During his service as jailer there wero no escayies from custody and not one cent of expenditure for injury to public property tit prisoners vhile under his charge we can best judge a mans future by his past record and from that we believe Democracy will make no mistake in selecting Mr Wagers Mr Ballard Shies His Castor The formal announcement of Mr John W Ballard of White Station for time democratic nomination for Sheriff brings into the race ours or the best citizens iu Madison a man of fine business qualifications and one of the most prosperous farmers and stockmen iu time county His Democracy is un sullied aud his party services have been most arduous and efficient He is the man of his nune to oiler for recognition though his family hums been ever true to Democracy He is a true friend and hiss been a great aid to other candidates in the past who re member his services gratefully and will doubtless pull for him Delegates Named by County Judge Judge Turpin has named as delegates to the State Commercial Convention Hons Jno D Harris J W Caperton and C L Scarcy three of tho foremost citizens of Madison county All are farmers one Col Caperton is also a lawyer and bank presidont and often urged as gubernatorial timber Major Harris served in the State Senate ami ron Gen Buckner a close race for the Democratic nomination for Governor in 87 Mr Searcy has served in the Legislature is one of the most pro gressive merchants and manufacturers of the county All are excellent citizens mind will take front rank In the deliberation of the convention A Floating Saloon Captured Sheriff Colyer learned last week that a blind tiger was operating on Ken ValleyYiewandBroaddns and Dick Colyer These trusty deputies readied the river where time houseboat or floating barroom was anchored about 11 p in and withdrawn revolvers boldly boarded the little craft and entered the smalIc bin presebtbesidecrafts and Ingleman from Buck Creek Estill county These three wero lauded in jail here at 2 a in and at their ex amining trial before Judge Turpin Were held over to time grand jury in 300 bond each- Confederate Decoration Day Saturday May 27 at 10 a m Short addresses songs flowers on graves Those who have lead soldier in cem etery will mark same with a small Confederate flag so they mav be seen flagConfederateVeterans are requested to bring flowers At 130 p in the Confederate Veter ans are requested to meet at court house Camps to be reorganized and now members admitted Come and meet with us THOS THORPE CampDAVIDCorn D Waller Chenault Camp Miss Patties Musical Standing room was its usual aLa premium at Miss Mary Patties musical eveningInstVocal Trio Misses Minnie Dykes Lottie Crow Lizzie Feeny Piarto Annie Cosby Vocal L A Rice Piano Willie Traynor Vocal Katie Hacker Piano Nettie Wagors Vocal Miunib Dykes Piano Mary Travnor Vocal VhitelPianoand Emmett Million Piano Sudie Barney Vocal Willie Traynor MnryPratherPiano Nannie Powell Vocal Lizzie Peony Piano Minnie Dykes Vocal Quartette Misses Traynor White and Coyle They Missed Him Sadly Among the many gallant Pythians who spent last Wednesday in Rich mond was Mr Joe F Waters the ver mUle correspondent Of the Stanford Journal and Harrodsburg Sayings who veryfeelinglyvan He declared that he very greatly missed his Pythian brother whom he had met here on a former occasion and who had made a delightful lasting impression upon him I shttll never for get handclasp and cordial greeting said Mr Waters and I am profoundly grieved over the loss of such a good man rtspccttaJtmdgethe K of P at the suggestions of Mr Waters Centre College Time annual slaughter of Centre College occurred on Friday last In the presence of a large congregation of howling and weeping Danvillians ConsId- eration for their feelings forbids a lengthy memoriam Briefly stated Central University won the IntorCol legiate Dtbate and time final base ball game between C U and Centre This is a sufficiency for one day and we desist further selflaudation as wisdom and moderation in the hourof victory are essential to prove that victors are largeminded and worthy of confidence printedinreaved Harry Giovannoti nndEd Rowland 37 i tResolutions of Respect to The Memory of Judge Sullivan At the district conclave of the Division Knights of Pythias held here last week Mr Joseph F Waters otf ered the following resolutions which were unanimously adopted WHEREAS The Allwise Ruler of the Universe has in His infinite wisdom transferred from time subordinate lodge of earth tO the buprenme Lodge in Heaven our brother Judge van therefore be it KESOLVEO That we the members of this District Convention Knights of Pythias express publicly our sorrow in time Toss of a brother brave generous and true exemplifying In his daily walk and conversation time immortal orderFriendsimipChariLy brilliant mind Iud an ambitious nature recognized a leader of men and in Ills death the Knights of Pvth ins sustain a loss incalculable May onesIour departed brother Judge Pat Sullivan Celebrates His 82nd Birthday Mr Haden Tnrpln Sr one of Math sou most prosperous farmers celebrat ed his 82nd birthday Thursday at his homo on waters of Muddy Creek ranginsthospiblityIAinou of R L Geulry this city age 72lJr nndicounty uncle of J T Hamilton of this city age SS Mr Hamilton notwith standing his advanced age road horseback from Why Not to Union City a distance of about thirty miles Mr Turpin has given to his seven children in the last six years at the celebration of his birth days Si20 In RoodthlnwsJoollthingspresezmtthe crowd being strictly Demo cratic shook hands with present especiallyforvenerable couple bo their happiest tnnyfrlenllarIle Jouroal Is advorafcin timcomstmctkmui of pLies live milt sot in every Ufrectwn Iron that uitjv 7 j li cC h tt a Ig ti icd1II 0 j f feVi I Spring Unlocks The FfwrsTo Taint tne uugb Soil Andnot even Nature would allow the flowers to grow and blossom to perfection without gfsoil Now Nature and people are much alike the former must have sunshine latter must have pure blood in order TO have perfect health Hoods Sarsaparilla cures blood troubles of all sorts It is to tho human system what sunshine is to Nature the destroyer of disease germs It nerer disappoints Poor BloodThe doctor saId there were not seven drops of good blood In my body Hoods Sarsaparilla built me up and made me stronsr and well SosncEBBOWW 16 Astor Hill Lynn Mass Dyspepsia etcA complication of troubles dyspepsia chronic catarrh and Inflammation of the stomach rheumatism etc made me miserable Had no appetite until I took Hoods Sarsaparllla which acted like magic I am thoroughly cured N B SZEUT 1874 W Hth Av Denver CoL Rheumatism My husband was obliged to give up work on account of rheumatism No remedy helped until be used Hoods Sarsaparilla which permanently cured him It cured my daughter of ca tarrh I give It to the children with good results MRS J S MCMATII Stamford Ct OOdj SalJa 7Hoodi mil cure liver Ills the nonlrrlutlnz only cathartic to take with hoods SarupulUa A Great Address HaloysSundaysion of the Commencement of Madison Institute was a powerful discourse We were unable to gain admittance the church as usual being well filled Dr Haley had only a few hours notice the regular speaker being unable lo come at the last moment which renders his effort the more remarkable In the evening to a crowded audi enco Rev John R Sampey D D of the Baptist Theological Seminary de longiudIt created n sensation inasmuch as at its close flio audience surrounded Dr profoundthem We have never witnessed such a demonstration of numbers and fervency bespeak the feelings of the heart Mary and Martha and Lazarus whom Jesus loved was his touciminglyimewe heard numerous individuals thank theydorlvedof the text Dr Sampey returned home doubtless fully assured that his visit hail resulted as he would most dutyiiiloved them also Madison Institute Commencement The annual commencement of Madison institute was ushered iii on Sun day morning by the baccalaureate sermon by Rev Haley of Cyiithiana in place of Rev J II Garrison editor of the Christian Evangelist St Louis who at the last moment wired Miss Llovd his regrets at being unable to ful thoujhhaYingnotice rendered a powerful discourse which excited great admiration mId praiseIn evening time sermon before the Young Women Christian Association was delivered by Rev Jno R Sampey D D one of time foremost Baptist edu cators a member of the Faculty of the Southern Baptist Theological Semina ry and who was one of the few men considered in the late controversy over a successor to the renowned Dr Whit siLt President of that great Institution the largest on the face of time earth Thus was Richmond honored by the presence of one of time most dis theologians ane teachers in the South and too one of the loveliest of men His was a masterful address and was thoroughly enjoyed by the im immense audience receptioncurred Miss Mary Coyles elocution ro cital Assisted by thaccharming vocalist Miss Campbell Last evening at 8 interesting oxer cises wer held by the preparatory and primary departments This evening at 8 the mandolin IlveaJru1l1iTomorrow morning at 10 a m at the Christian church the final com plllceIhemldressU T Matthews ot Newport The year has been a most successful ono to both the management and in the growth in knowledge and culture of the pupils in attendance The Institute will continue to improve under its present able supervisor Tho Boonesborough Monument May Hold The Name of Your Ancestor The ladies of the Boonesborougl Chapter desire to say to the people rs PrOPosiBoonesboroucit erected to Daniel Boone individuolr but to time pioneers who came to Boos Iyhistorhomes at the fort and from whgfi fso lUany of time proimminent families of flahm son county and Kentucky aro defend ed A partial list of these is on record in the countv clerktfXtSlce here Others who are known to ave been there are not on this list aim1 time object is to perpetuate all their intnes on the monument The following are some of time names on record which will appear on the monument Kobt Boggs William Bush Michael Stoner Jesse Oldham Joel Walker John Snoddy William Williams David Oafs John Kennedy James Estill Nathaniel Hart Peraber SanlueWoodsJno Uullock Hugh Sefar William Calk Nicholas tes Dsvid Robinson William Robinson Siwntiel Wood hughestividYates John Morten ijuire Boone Daniel Boone George toonej Samuel Barker Bartlett Searcjy Christopher Braillebaghcock Josiah Ihelps Diehard Peterson James Kennedy Riliard Wade David Cross lateamongthernare descended allAlp the Chenaults of onIlheily pride of al dependants of these brave men wliP to see honor done tnthmmir ancestors who fought and fjiecTw this beautiful land which is nrw tr heritage Time en terprise is ifaost udable and the ladies- enrrmestly irequIt enthmusiitstic co operation ofW people or Madison county I Dont fprgf time Ladles Fair June 9 and 10 Tmesowo Men nFfshlng Went Mr rates Shackelford and Tammie- sWommdprfu smhh have returned from a w e excursion to the headwaters of Bitter Creekvalias Rackcaslle river and wht diy fetched back home was a j l jty consisting of a large and varied assortment of wonderful stories so l cOncocied and memorized that tim1i fillnsbeeu no cpntnulictiona far- almitighu both gentlemen have imec- umiijced to the most rigid crOmus ux- aJ4nations Mr Shnqkelford claims pikejimdtimelmmiurIUlIeSltlflttQf6rtjjnileiJby beeUne IffltR uraft o- allTtt mutof wurse JJNt It j h CrSl t it r1iit i 1 fr d any piscatorial proof ot tho truth of their statements Rut they have documentary evidence of their veracity in Cotmiityntimtmbican fill achievements of the Madison coun ty fishermen But being newspaper incn and som what of a liar ourselves caution our leaders just this one not to believe everything they see in the papeis are not to blame as the lay County Editor probably fell a victim to the mag netic charms of the gentlemen from Madison believing everything the lat ter said Credulity is the cause of the column fake But anyhow Messrs Shiarkelford and Smith wet tletr line ill every square foot of water from time source to the mouth of the historic stream and subsisted mainly on minnows and wildstrawberries They claim to have lost the mammoth heads of their big fish which they had at tached to the axle of the rear wheels bringingimomecess But the string broke as usual and tile fish heads that never were are ausgezeicnic in other words nix cum U1ou lDEItlarties from Big Hill say they saw Messrs Smith and Slinckel ford walking for live miles leading their horse and wagon and upon in quirly learned that time axle was so badly bent by the weight of the fish heads that it was feared the vehicle would collapse The axle was after great difficulty Ktraiuhtened the fish heads were thrownoverboard mind the shortsdrovefIshif1ltriPtxctlltat ten cents a foot Knights ol Pjlhias Celebrate Never before have the business houses of Richmond minnie a ap preaching that of Wednesday last when almost every town was decorated with time insignia of the K of P Banners and HngH huntings and mottoes were everywhere displayed with a profusion that bespoke the citys welcome to time gallant Knights At 3 oclock a uniform rank drill oc nrred after which the public exercises took place in the court house These consisted of prayer by Kev Vm Rose Lloyd after Grand Chancellor Alexander Campbell Green of thin city had called the house to order A very ap proprieto Welcome address was deliv ered by Mayor Claude Smith who in choice woids fittingly turned over the keys of time city to the visitors On be half of the latter Sir Knight J Talbot Jackson eloquently responded Then came the chief function of the KnightRevsubject Influence of Pythinnism on speaktooray and will long remain a delightful memory with those who heard the masterly address Mr Bowmans own life exemplifies the compatibility of Pythiauism and the for he is both a soldier of the mystic Cross and a faithful follower of the Lamb It would be no exaggeration to say that half his audience was in tears during a large portion of his address so pathetic were the examples of knightly chivalry and so touching his appeal for the emula tion of the splendid examples f self abnegation and devotion Rev Jasper K Smith closed the exer cises with prayer At night time Lodges of the District eleganttemplegave up the entire evening to the work in hand At eleven they and their lady friends and invited guests sat down to a royal ZImmer banquet Mr Joseph Waters of Stanford was an ideal toast master again attested the versatility of his genius having as sisted the afternoon performance by cornet solos witir piano nccompa nimeut by Miss Lizzie Feeny The chief toast was delivered by lion Letcher Owsley of Lancaster who spoke with characteristic ease and power It was a rare treat indeed to listen to the young Lancastrian whose tame as an orator is justly deserved He sustained his reputation fully and added fresh laurels to his crown The occasion was a notable one and the visitors pronounced it a great suc cess Pythianism in better Understood lodgebuckle splenliiiwith all its glory will n6t have been in vaimi C Bronston Throws Another Bomb Time remarkable speech which lIon Chas J Bronstou delivered in this city some weeks ago willTbe long remem thathethe Register as great a surprise upon another audience before which ho was invited to speak Nevertheless he did so and as Ii result the Insurance Companies have not yet caught their breath It happened in this way The Underwriters Association of Kentucky invited Mr Bronston to their second annual meeting at Louisville last week and doubtlee expected him to say nothing bv what would please his host ilie trend of all time speeches eiitily to time liking of time Iuistmrmtnct gem is who claim that Prejudice is attti basis of the current opposition to mocailediimsnraimce trusts amid an nonncu that they will not vote for candidates inimical to their interests Jl goes smoothly until Mr Bronstons line to speak arrives He then pro reeds to tear up the whole fabric of rheir arguments eviscerate time com panies anti kick them out of time win dow as it were But the ConnerJour pal tells it thus Mr Bronston said that a short time ago he received n letter from Mr Al lison saying that time insurance men wanted a silver crank to tell thorn how they appeared toothers Mr Bioustou continued by saying that Mr Allison hind said he was the best qualified crank to tell time insurance men how they were seen by others Mr Bronston made an eloquent speccim buit It was not to thitm taste hmmf insurance immen He said that ho proposed to tell time insurance men ex Kentuckylookedman from time country said Mr Brou stou I am not a distinguished repre sentative of any political party or fac tlon I will not communist whose motto is victory or ruin and presstowmquently I tbnot stand as hluh in bime tallic circles as I possibly once did1 Mr Bronston said that he drew time first indictment brought against an in surance company in Kentucky He said he did it nut because opposed time companies or their agents but because he realized that they were making a mistake and that be wanted to make them see that they woredoingHo before they had gone too far Mr Bronston said that time insurance companies had tIed to pass and had passed laws killing competition and fixing rates so that tho people were compelled to insure with this or that company or not at alt Therefore he declared tho people looked up u them as promoters of trusts arid combines to check their operationsMr said if the concentra timicetmntryitlence would result Mr Bronston was thoroughly enthused and ho tpoke in such a way that time insurance men could not mistake his meaning Deafness Cannot be Icrtti by local applications as they cannot reach time disease portion to time ear There is only one way to cure deafness and that Is bv constitutional Deafness is caused by nil inflammation of time mucous lining of time Euslachfan Tube When thus tube Is ImperfectlucaringDeafness is tim result and unless time inflammation can bo taken out aimd this tube restored to its normal comlditiomi hearing will be destroyed forevi1mmiime cases out of ten are y which is nothing htmL aft inflRmM con dition of time mucous surfaces pohlarsforcatarrh that cannot bo cured bmtHahls Catarrhm Cure Fcnd for circular free F J CHEXKY Cot Toledlfi 0 iSohl by DrUfglsts 75c p t Waiia JfamnUy rilJa are lfre tii i 0 frf NEW CLOTHING THE M Having removed from First Street to large houseon Maiu Street next kC to J G Taylor Sons we are better prepared than ever to sliqw the newest P and finest line of r Clothing Hats and 8 Furnishing Goods Ever opened in Richmond We have a few goods left we brought from out fc V First Store that we will sell at YOUR OWN PRICE as long as they last OLtr new goods are of the LATEST AND NEWEST 8TYLEk24r youhavequality forHhe money than ever you got before Our q Is full of the finest piece goods for Suits to measure ever opened Suits k measure and PIT GUARANTEED at from 1000 per Suit up Call and see us and save money at Tie Oldest Clothier and Furnisher in Richmond Main St Next door to Farmers Nat EQUAL TO ANY EMERGENCY Time man is who has a good sound re liable carriage under hum He can rest secure in time thought that when he hiss one of our well made reliable phsctons carriages runabouts whale bone speeders or road carts that come what may on time road lila wagon never will give way We have one of time finest stocks of road wagons rocka ways and rubbertired bnrcteH in Rich mond JOHN DONELSON Propr Kentucky Carriage Works ts1 CUllhIllissioIIeIls SIo OWErans Puff against f Notice of Same Hayden Estill Deft In Equity Dy virtue of a and Order of sale of the Madison Circuit Court rendered at the April term thereof 1899 In the above style cause the undersigned will on aty J 19 Between the boors ot oclock a m anti 12 oclock m at the Court House ioor in Rich mond Madison county Ky proceed to expose tollowingLot No 18 in Block No 2 of the Dillingham Addition to the City ot Richmond Ky fronting on Linden Avenue fifty 50 feet and running back in a northerly direction same width to a twenty foot alley and being on the southeast corner of Linden Avenue and Oak Street producetheordered to be made and the costs hereof TERMS Sale will be made on a credit of six months The purchaser will be required to give bond with approved security for the theforceinterest from the day of sale with a Lien re served upon said property until all the pur chase money is S B SCOTT may27Iw M C M C C aoi o Iraoc1 Insure your dwellings barns and all other property in the Blue Grass Insurance Compa ny of Lexington Ky a home institution Gives protection Fire Lightning and Tornado The cheapest and company for the people of our county now operating in the State and gets cheaper ever companyForAttorneyatLawopposite Court House next door to State Bank Trust Co second floor f H TABTEB Pres mayZ7 ly C C BOSWORTII Secy NOTICE All persons are hereby notified not to charge me with anything without ft written order asl will not pay same mayZ74w TAYLOR RICE 99V In alt time new rich dark- colorings special designs fctea QXU Bat 2as On up in price to the hue Pressed Papers No use to waste your valuable tune looking at small sample books of old style job papers Wo have a number ol experienced Paper Ranger tag Ko irt++++4 + + + + + + ++++++ for hanging than those who cut up and otherwise destroy your paper New Window Shades Mounted orj Spring Rollers fix tures complete ready to hang frotn lOc on tip lii prico 4IJJj iw iriABrstt r a ITCMMONL gy WalLPaper WIu4e h4ee Pmiii Oile awggi5imWSM i CUSTOM TAILORING DEPARTMENT anRaBankmay3Gni IkPaper ciiijEUCf S BARIAIN Store 4 IN CLOTHING 7 h upMens4 upBoysNOTIONS Qe3 Gents Laundred Shirts assorted colors 25c up Gents Undershirts25c up jf UIbYup3wupLadies J t jSuspenders UIcw Mfl v Ui A 4 upBabywt Fire ScreenslOc up OUR LTNE OF LADIES GEXrS AND CUILRRENS SLIPPERS AND SHOES LlRGJRsf ii9N RIBBONS We have a ftv bolts of tim 0 N Cos Ribbon on hand which we will close out at No 10 lOc No 40 loc No SO 20c eoTks See our stock of Corsets before you buy We can please you with R G Armoside W B Rob Roy Di Norsab i4 IN HATS AND CAPS Mens Black Frit flats2cup upBoysNiteMens and Boys 0apsio up IN CARPETS uplirussehs4ffittigs up 1tlattiIIgs jOe up IN HARD WARE eachCakeupTeaspoonsec1c Tablespoons Oc setup 6w ttc aTL Sa to 3Re8peclfuli Submitted to Cash Trade ELDEReA0ENT FO McCALL PATTERNS SEND ONE DOLLAR srtg ILtpJc1u itxnizsITPRlCS3SsgosadWE MAKE TNt8 TOP BUGGYimtaiiermNcmueco pal lIUi Lmis 5t tyto Sot 999 D4 slim 151 SeeS S5aied Thu c ulLl141bbHimium7 LInPRil SI1bC eerMlzu 1sso II1WUiK Ie mupS i wv eIa i SqALTUI TMji1S ii1dsutf iis suti imwemfl s pin y saeaiassz PMI g4 N N ml hr Ou sa 55 goS4 oooAddri C4lCAco LL bprSiei r pi II L 7 i I p I t1 MEN 8 PRICES ak ko 1as- I S has taken more fr than store St in of weak iiiiiuls the of fools n 1 I HM TU AN YO I COME SEE tor SEE FEW OF OUR PRICES BELOW LadieMnISO1ii1 Ladies all leather Oxfonls Dongola Kid gr CaR common sense eize 3 lo 8K1C pticel 00 worth 121 t Liultus extra nice Oxfords common sense Gum toe or patent tin 2 lIII 8 K 123 worth 1 69 J 50 worth 752 00Vici Kitlii button low shocs All The Go pnfenttli top size 11 tli 8E iirlti F wtrjli 2 00Vici Kid tan lace spring heel kid tip Coin too 8lzH2 to 7 E lIrici i 75 wrrth 2 25Lndira Vici Kid in heel or spring heef lace or kill or patent tip ly ti 8 Dui K jro worth 752 00Mens new Tan Box Calf in lace or all style toes size C to 11 0 U lUll K l 3 00 worth 3 50MenV new Tan Box Talf light or dark shade all ptyle toes size C toIl B Gaud H 3 50 worth 4 00Mens Black or Tan Vici ull lace or o toconjress TL 01 and EK B 00 worth 3 50MenV Black or Tan Vid or Calf all Htyles size 6 to 11 1 aid KE 2 0 worth 2 60 JDeae a 01 RIOE to WALLACE RICE g ARE SOLE AGENTS FOR THE BOYS AND MIS BLACK CAT LEATHER STOCKINGS Is very Little Money to invest in a style your investment of 1000 is Vir tually a Loss Every you make in from our store will be jilt edge 50 t1tam O51sAre absolutely AlI Wool beautifully fluiRhed atpimerce every garment through and through Upper and Lower Shuttle with 5000 Government Standard Iure Dye Silk Lined with extra fine real Italian Lining Sleeves are Lined with plain color Pongee Silk finish Sateen Sleeve Lining Satin under collars Thirty rows of Pitching French facing and broad Satin pipine Every detail of inside and outside tailoring is with tate and thought to have the gar ments lit perfectly and give the Wearer LastineSalisfactlon There are no better tailored garments than ours thero is no way to make them bolter You want to see our Suits before looking elsewhere as we can make your 1000 do what it will take much more to do sis well Stonfler measures mills loonier this spring nil the rst combined New Main Miners only the refive and holiday Clics- tiTliild A leather solid Fite Ltdlee vesiinit Iadiet button button styles Suit Sewed done If von have had the grip take Hoods Sprpsparilla It will brace you up purify your blood and overcome bad effects of the disease Admiral Dewey has left an effective Barker as the watch dog of Manila X IDXX 1IXX ID F1 I OneFuiiitli Off Clearing Sale IR J will last y v By the forelock if you want the fj benefit of the OneFourth OFF IiIIIii MONEYS WORTH ALLTHE ori8tiitI Cot ARNOLD 10000 rightfabric ele- wlieroGOVNOTON MITCHELL bWLYAFEW PllFtbthIH1it1 asfrIf c4 rtv flm TDIPJoa 9 i The Clothier The Skor Thela yerlLe FMrisker 1 Vr l1 t S 0 n i j r Twvs ail ss CAxvVTCxvs auA bau FINE SHOES Successors investment Clothing ciTheWEDNESDAY MAY 23 1899 Dr Hobson DentisfarProctor Knott Cigar Ho for the Ladies Fair IlCroSaturday Dr Ayers is very sick at his hume near College HillSYour Uncle Sam Jones will catch you Saturday night vzstoreStouffer has moved to Main street next to John O TayIorsSHavo you sired your seat to Sam Jones lecture Saturday niijlit Catlhe Intlits fair by MjlhiSOflS fair ladies will he the event of the year I have u new upright piano for sale or trade Lymnn 1arrish inayKHt Mr AVm Lane of Paint Lick sold two work mules to Jake Ilerndon for 250 Largttit line of hats and caps in Ilichiuuiid at ijtoullerd Main utreei store Tho only fair even given by ladies will take place in Richmond Juno Jib and 10 openthoirat Waco Ky League of Auiorican Wheel- men in ecu here in annual convention June 15 tf Attorney S It B Black is soliciting business for the Blue Grass Insurance Co See ad oAIryceedsStouffer took more than 100 meas pautaNewStoufFer sells more clothing for clthierNwThe ladles of the Kirksville Chris tian church will uive a strawberry sup per at tlut1 lace next Friday Mr T Chenault Willis has pur chased the Jim Whicker house anti 10 acres wear Pond Meeting House for 1000 Iveubroom adjoining Busy Hen Cash Store Meals 2oc may242t Chief of Police Capt John Feeny was nUb9i be out the next day after JIarrislul1sdaJ D Powell purchased at public sale last week five acres known as the Jake Shearer place hear Boons born at 12 per atrelliebeautifulcents to SI 50 Give her a call before purchasing elsewhere niayl7lm The ladies of tile Catholic church will give u courtday dinner on Main street bolow Busy Befl Cash Store Monday June 5 ifeals2jc m242l 11rllNltllulcnext dvir tolL J Streiige residence may 241 prettymaldshe said So ami said bo and so are my cousuitt and my uncles and my aunts At tim Stato Medical meeting last week Dr W U Martin of Kiuguton was appointed a delegate to this Ameri can Medical A to be held at Columbus 0 JUne 6 We aro out all our goods in order to retfluleluur house Ulolbln tats shins and underwear at your own price at SiouUcrs new Main street More next door to Farmers National Bank Irhe New York Life Insurance Co ugelltIICIuttstor 3000 the amount of insurance carried by the deceased in Unit com panyI 300 sample summer coats and vests just opened in alltlio atest and best styles at less than manufacturers cot1O be closed out StouUers new oppotite1oIaul60n Mr John Cunningham of Escon dida Bourbon county Juts purchased from K K Thomas at a handsome price avuiy lime sliort horn bull At lOrney Ufiieml 131743 to place sitlhe lieud of his Itosedule lier1 of short horn cattle His son 14th Duke Of Thorn dale sold for SITIKX Street Fair Organization A meeting of everybody interested in the fctruct lair fur Thurs day afternoon at 3 oclock at the State gihlshenry huoiiler toii1paiy Lumber dealers of LOI1 vite correspondence with thume lyPoplarDry or Green Write timni aprG Gm up to Data and tieyondi uptotiatebut thedatenougli withoiif giving him this bposU Slm Jencs Saturday Night The Masonii Tumjile halt Will not coulalu the uroWil that waists to hear SaturdilYlifcehotwafflti lit tuuHti to Haxutsl Ariatctogu npplU1cOllinice eatr lies1tAbfleeo and cigarrfVtfo 1tistOJITiItitturitttL r llrl1if C H The best smoker the Proctor Knott gar prDaughtersMrs Poyntz requests the Daughters or the COllrederltcy to meet at her home Friday morning at ten oclock to range for the decoration of the graves of the soldiers buried in our cemeterymm TakeNolice r advertisedforof the occupancy of the Fair Grounds Dayee large bills and eataloguescl diTwentybeforoUoostYork seltinglMns ilver Creek Madison Co Ky mS3m Special Rales via R N B CommercialConenlioll ule Club Convention at Louisville the K N L B will sell excursion tickets Slay 28 to May inclusive with limit onotltlnIfareFalse Report R cuegisterl ane of Paint Lick lint sold his farm ta Sir Win Fish is not true Mr Lime WWI on a trade with Mr Fish however but they did not agree K DChWinchester Court a Sbouthead steers and heifers mixed weight perh24 each milch cows and calves 35 to flj Demand good and all offerings sold In Capt Wilsons Memory Green Broaddtis Post G A R No 128 of Winston will decorate the grave CampMayOder Post of Irvine has beeninvited to take part It will be remembered that LookoutMountain Sliver Creek Distillery Changes Manage meatl cThement the Hume Distillery at Silver Creek occurred lust week whereby that plant passes into tile control of t tivout Mr Sam Marra of Lawrencebneg has been temporarily appointed to that position uDelegatesThe following gentlemen have beer selected by Mayor Claude Smith as delegates from Richmond to the State Commercial Convention to be held at Louisville May 21 and 30 George M Willging K V Elder S Neville Mob why E Deatherage Claude Smith J EUreeuloaf Zeiia Douglas J WZar l ug Jas B iMeCreary A D Miller all of whom particularly the la t named are grateful to our excellent Mayor for he honor conferred which was doubt ess a pleuVitnt surprise to them all Three Victories The Same flaymFriday was a good day for University Mie won the great annual iutcrrollegiaiK debate at DJIII beateuCfutrolliaat contest At time same hour an other Etuuent Mr Myers front Arkan sas carried oil first honors at tIme Kiuh moiul Bird Shooting Tournament in parilcipllieliNotwithstalldillg a the young much returned to extraoidiuary Inwlythethe other fellows The Bird ShootaIfWhen a onearmed Ulan can beat the man who heat the great Bogardusat trap shooting it in time for one Dr frul11lowhattanT T Covingtiiu with the aLoe disa bility fetched down fourteen out of twetity five birds white Hobson nlid other crack shots ct uld do but precious little better The live bird shoot waR only two itbirdstokIllWagers Covington The others missed one each Chimney swallows wet C used The clay bird shoot 25 rounds re suited Myerv 17 Letciier Hobson 15 each Coviiigton H henatilt W Chcnnult 14 Pwell tales 12 Kito II Elliott Smith Evans Wagnn 10 TnrI Vy Jasper W Chenault 1 MuCHn tijok T J Smith8 Cotieu7 Moberley C D Levis 3 TIio sport is very enjoyable nnd after while it get to lie tlangsronst 0 cliiiniuiv axvallown Iseveitlielcsa the club abidinginterest is here to sioy Mtsis Smith mid KG tUi ipe PiiOr dhcomfo no lrrtntin tI tjic In 1thealthful7jQgSf PillsSold by all druggists 25 cents A dozen mlUI cases ot smallpox are rcportcJ at Mullis and tlirousrh the county says the Williainnlmri News Wliuiiping Cou li idfrotmineighbors reconiuiendeil ChainberlaiuV COli Remedy 1 did not thinic tb lt IrtergivingimirncJy I noticed an improvement and nile i ltln cured h m entirety It is thhJJlulOJLt lilth01UlIS PCrJniuphone exOhaimmtt 1royjilniuo ltthropBrnt1JltllIclime iqnnt foiiSfwnV Hiufecf Tar alttiKlJi 1 It- li I In Constipation Herbino affords a actingomptlyly be found to so regulate tIme excretory functions that they am able to whsteverIrlceThe Teachers Association of Meade concnenlWcstHoarseness Leads to serious irritation of the throat and may end in a racking rasping cough qukklvdearear and smooth It is on infallible alltlisorl1ersood dniirgNts sell it 25 cents The 1lnckprimme Baptist Church in Wel ter county will not be dedicated until in Neglected Cold ItdUJ8and breaks down the lung tissues Dr Bells PineTar Honey is an unfailing cure for roughs and colds It rebuilds ti lt theInnsforming oxygen 25c at all good drug gisis CirltMirn Nature Needs assistance it may he best to ren er it promptly but one should rem em er to use even the most perfect rem cdies only when needed The best and most simple and gentle remedy is the yrup of Figs manufactured by the Fig Syrup Co The present session of Auburn Seminar will close on Wednesday May 31 d chroniciarrhoeau8Ctlltll kinds of medicines for it At last I found one remedy that has been a success as a cure and that is Chum berlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea MillsLB011103fpitalityand enceSir P Sidney A Serious Position nlglectold is threatened by that dread destroyer of mankindconsumption Do not a cough or cold however trifling It is a menace of comsump ou Dr Bells PineTnrHoney will ure a cough or n cold in one night ami inceptionHe that calls nina ungrateful sums p mill time evil of which one can be uiltySwiItjCUBANOILcures IU i Cute Burns Brutes Rhea matism anil Sores Price 25 cents VGOur own heart and not other mens opinion forms our true honor Cole ridge Ballard Snow Liniment cures Rheu maliftm Neuralgia Headache Sick 8prnin8BrniPI penotralinaT c 2homasAdversity borrows its sharpest stings from our impatience Bishop Iloriit Tennessee BoyhMy little boy aged five years had sores on his limbs from his hips to time Hiids of his toes They were about the rtize of ten cent pieces Some said they Wrll rjinseil by poifon and lie doctored w1nthim iMits D A JoNESMorristown Tell Hoods Pills cure nausea sick lmendache biliousness indigestion tion growbumhler 110urishlnwhelleljJesled willhellofIItalthThomas inay3lin churJhUUtllMany old soldiers now feel the el enduringthuRossville York county Penn who thofrontlsattnckIlltelyof Ulmmberlains Pain Hahn It did so ranch good that I would like to know what vou wouldcharge me lor ono dozen Mr Anderson wanted it both fur his own tie md to supply it everytRmllytheir home nut only for rheumatism hut lame back sprains Kwcllinirs cuts bruises mul burns for simichi it Is timi equalled For sale by Perry smut Tliom uiaylui Live only for today sid you ruin to morrow Simmons NothIng has ever been produced to eqiHl or compare with Tablera Buck eye Pile Ointment as a curative ami healing application lor Pijea Fisjnies blind and bleeding external or inter thMRuctum8cure infHllihlo Priro Soc In bolle tubes 75 Perry ThQhu rnay3lm Nothing is more disirabefnl than In sincerity Cicero siflgingAs fprininglrIn the spring your blodll in frtlhht- Vilhlhu gerus that cntseiiieno Hntrtom bolts are dtflttlllod jjitiiiils WarpintrVntl tliwo lit t tie 8J1tl hit thut lirflrf lInl Makes yon every duty HHlrk1 Mukrs you feel like Ktcalit- iItathertliKii enmnmgeiiwtirk But therBB Hoinetliiim kpownthai Will a Man tn health and tfisor VaiU Y BnodsrsajiarillIust o illUtl31u 11u f i I 1 1 UO IAAINI Busy Bee Cash Stores Bargains Shrivel up Competiton Their SPRING ANNOUNCEMENTS meet the coolest shrewd est buyers Everyone is warmed with enthusiasm HOT BARGAINS keep our de livery wago ls smoking THE BUSY BEE CASH STORES BARGAINS never dis appoint They are always better than expectation See the tempting list below Tobacco Canvas Ic arJ 0 yardGootiyard1lyardBestCottonade f r hoyx pants 8je yard yrtiExtraBest grade Apron Gingham 4c yard 0 will go very fast at prices named fthe largest dry goods importing houses in the East it will pay you look at In our Ready to Wear Department we are showing a beautiful line of Ladies Silk Skirts Shirt Waists Muslin Underwear Bonnets etc Our Bargain prices prevail iu Department See Our Line of Lace Curtains Dot Swiss Curtains Oil Shades Carpets I Mattings Oilcloths Curtain Poles Trunks Valises etc We are showing the largest assortment of these goods Q to be seen this side of the large cities C Bargain prices are a guar antee for their cheapness e We on ever AND I For Children the best cough and cold remedy ever discovbred is Dr Hells e y It is pleasant to take and perfectly to cure croup und cough ic at all druggists The sweetest typo of heaven is home J G Holland Hundreds In Kentucky DJllpeptinthem 25c drujrgiets William 1eun 2O7i is time fastest trottiT by the records ever at public ail1 DyspcpUiuigestion Regulates the Liver Price 25 cts Sold by Perry Thomu successors to W White In 1898 about 60000 horw lIwere sold In Ney York nerly 45000 of them being and draft horse a fair young child whose pallor hasibled with worms has rogaiiieF time rosy line of hiialMi with a few loses of WhituH reiiiii Veruiilnge Price 25c Perry fc Thomas inuylMm Irritation U the forerunner to Pro Hells LimicIarl buoy wilt Cure nud give Mich strength to the lungs iliit a coughor a mid will lint settle there 25c at all good druggists lien Ottis has Drain put a turndown collar on the Filipino armistice habit CUQAM RELIEF coW rHut t i S coimztn1 Toolhncb In live mnuttT Sour gtnmaeh and Summer Couiplaluu 1rire 25 Vents Sold byPerry Thomas Successors to W G White Self trust is the essence of heroism Emerson Tetter SaltIlhcu m and Kczcmn The intense itching and smarting inci nlIuyelby is equally efficient for itching piles and a favorite remedy for sore nipples chapped hands chilblains and chronic soro eyes 25 cts per box condition Tonic blood ptirifier and They are not food but medicine and the best in use to put a horse in prime condition Price 25 3enta per package Nice Dress Ginghams 5 6 antI 71c yard 24cyardAllwool 35cNiceOur Clover Leaf Damask Towels are now only 10 centsF Mens and Boys Percalle Shirts 25c each 2i5cLadiea9ScMensOur Boys Knee Suits are all Double Knee and Seat pecialPrices SuitingsSilkto them and Woolen Hot this Our Hot We Have Just Received And put on a fresh lot of But- S termilk Toilet Soap price Sc a cake the best Toilet Soap used We are nice Toilet Soap at Ic a cake inIp Laces and new Ham bergs Try a pair of our Topsy brand Hosiery they the best in the market Get Our Hot Bargain Prices on All Kinds of Hosiery placed sale the Red Hottest line of Clothing shown in this city We carry everything in iavor this sea SOIl in this department Get our Hot Bargain Prices on this line before purchasing elsewhere Respectfully W ft OLDIIAM COMPANY RICHMOND MT STERLING GEORGETOWN IineTarHon toptileWhooping ollered work Many Lung consumption mmsesbavebeen arljustvermifuge sale Cassino selling have fl NEW 6ROCERY I t 4 rr 1G Having purchased the Gus Margolian stock of Groceries from Million Greenleaf we will continue the business at theisSAME STAND ErOnWe will keep constantly on hand a full line STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES FRUITS and VEGETA BLES We have already added largely to the stockjand you will find most anything kept in a firstclass H Grocery The public is cordially invited to call and inspect our stock and get our LOW CASH PRICES Yours Very Respectfully I Phone Beasleymay3it L lt ili 147F7Jt 11 7 8 7t + 7 M7f 7tf9 8 bi= uTkeyFitUe Feet as Nature ii1 INTRODUCTION OF THE FAMOUS N I4P I JENNESS MILLER fi f Hygienic Shoes for Women JENtji f These shoes are now being introduced throughout the United 19 States and are tbe finest most comfortable durable mid graceful Shoes Q made Mttcle of specially tanned uVelvetta kid whiclilis as soft and fine as its name implies = z Gufconscientifie anatomical principles and lit the feet as nature J intended J 4 iW6 unhesifcitingl recommend them and guarantee them to give absolute SUtiSfflcti1fl s 5 WOnly to bemTofiIsln tEe city Ik BUTTOM AND TRACED 3 SO 4OUGLASBfli1T COIEfi 07 Went Main SlreetiltlcnmontL Itf + I ++++ + ++ E ti 1 h L f oJ Our Goods AND o44e+ Our Prices Compel you to trade with us when you give us a trial ffi ID ID 0 j9ID- illIDID JJ m llijJ1 Da 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 la test goods and when you bUTyou know you have the latest uptodate goods Is that what you want If so trade with WniteAND GiDSOn I teatrWLitonwaleceriWaintnEton D X ror sad 1Lt of two hundreil Inrentlons wanted WHHosnalCoi Commission Merchants atlbJ Hogs ana nee UNION STOCKYARDS CINCINNATI O TELEPHONE 7346 J6STA11 information regarding live stock cheerfully furnished Consign your stock direct to us sept7ly Sealed Bids Sled bids will be received J N Culton for the erection of anew church Just beyond Water Works on the Richmond and Irvine turnpike up to Friday May25 For further call on David Chenault Sror JN Culton this city apr2Std ++++ CALL AT + t + 1 r o SALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of drinks that can dispensedbydatingclerks Genuine Saratoga Water Kept on Tap Phone 3 Second St RICHMOND KY WantedAnthinknProtect your Ideas the y may bring you weal wuhlnatdoDCtorthelyd3Eaaprlrootfeta LEGAL TEST 16036 Record 2sg4 fourth heat In a race on a half mile track Sired by the great Election eer the only horse with 167 In 230 byWilliamson Keenebyanyhorsespeed and 230 performers and his son Chimes offastadistinctiongreat George Wilkes or any of his sons The public Is well acquainted with such noted FantasyTomnn trnfThealso bold the records for yearling twoyearold and three yearold trotters 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CLIMAX and The Week ly Louisville Dispatch r 125 The CLIMAX and the Home and The Farm 130Ithe CosmopolitantMunseys or McClures Magazine 200 The CLIMAX and the Louis ville daily evening post 53 The Richmond CLIMAX and Twice a week CourierJour nal 51GOsThe CLIMAX and Weekly Cincinnati Enquirer 5150 The CLIMAX and OhioFarm 190 The CLIMAX can also fur nish any paper published in the United States or Europe at reduced rates LIE ON BRYAN NAILED Tho gold standard and Republican press through out the county havebee publishing that Mr Bryan had eats dinner in New York with negioes Tho following appears in a week journal called Tho Verdict published in New York City by a company o which Mr 0 B P Belmont is presi dent and the journal being edited b a widely known newspaper roan Mr Alfred Henry Lewis The article appears In Vol 1 No 21 May 1 to May 8 1809 and can easily bo verified To the Southern Press Speaking I Bryan let us seize up this chance to nail a He and damp it One should strike down mendacity wherever its found hissing just as one should serve death to rattlesnakes on sight Both conjmen are their executioners Do you recall the dollar dinners in New York City They were notable for the su perior sort of those who came No gathering for any purpose of finer mental edge or purer feather ever oc sinjk Hudsonr And there were no negroes present not one None were invited none sought to come It was a He built to hurt Bryan in the South If the South has an appetite for falsehood it will feed on it if not it will reject and cast it aside There was never a negro at either dinner of the dollar QUICK RELIEF NEEDED A pathetic instance of poverty has been recently brought to light by the publication of the details of the Van dclbilt Fair wedding In speaking f this sad case a correspondent rectt trio fact that young Mr Vanderbi- has an income of only 1000 a day The terms of his fathers contract with the young man limit him to that in significant sum until next fall after which he will do some better and have about 1600 a day How the young man and his blooming bride are to get along until the leaves turn red is not stated This is only April A full six months must intervene before the reliet of a paltry S500 a day is hand There is food to be provided n the meantime and there must be a place the young bride can call home Mr and Mrs Vanderbilts neighbors may do something but the public cannot expect them to do much They have their families and their obliga tions There is Mr Astor with a miserable little 18000 a day and Mr Rockefeller with only 25000 a day Tho both have cares and cannot b looks to all the months Clearly something should be done to provide food ind clothing for these young people until they can Beta start in life Exchange A CLEVER PASTOR My dear brudders an sisters remarked the venerable pastor of the only colored church in town as ho caretullyclearedtbeboardtabloinfroofnt d button laid upon it would stand out in startling distinctness dere is some of de folks in dis chuch gives accawdin to deir meanness Les not have any of de secon class Leah dis mawin1 commentn m dime thapeaparthe gold standard Republican par bosses It was only in 1892 that the Republican National platform con tallied these words The American people from tradition and interest favor bitnetalism and the Republican pa demands the use of both gold an silver as a standard money this same party alludes to the advora of bimetalism as repudiator ch money advocates anarchist and other such pet names Dutchbop withhiscountry from over destruclionabout him in your school readers how hewaswalkiagalongthe aoundIsad knew at once that a leak had sprung in that srreat embank devastalions LanThehe knew that the action of thewater wool wasswapcountry and destroy his own and thou kifingertUJdthesaved his Equally insignificant U the entrance of Tliegiaaiags thstartandevastating isopeningan largeuntildestroyedPieteeGoldrn s healthcoereTakrnmvent greater and more serious troubles temngbimhowand made them strong Conlltiption t s ggiavates waRY biiF1 k ks 11rNffIsBilbg I i I TooTblnI 0 iI Usa there must be some I fIare prom I i ithe1 Itheynourishes them Perhaps a f = Ipgestion is weakened If that babyij I your common- senseI and help nature a doI1 i fur of i I SCOl1f9S If MULSION I I s ItIyIfIyfIemulsion It will have a i = good effect both upon the I mother and child Twenty j 5 five proves this fact I iand togalldru661sts = SCOTT tl DOWNE Chemists Nsw York S fttItfttttJThat the Republican party is the natural parent and propagator of trusts is conceded but that it should have ono organ courageous or brazen enough to confess it is a surprise But th New York Sun the leading organ o the G 0 P thus confesses for its party what its demagagical members deny The Republican party has no call to indulge in windy declamation against trusts They have their evil with thei good but they are an impregnable par of business necessity and they are n more to be puffed out by platforms nn Legislatures than are promissory notes or partnerships The Democratic party sputtering against wealth naturally sputters against trusts Let it The Republican party does not hold that property is a crime or that the highly organized forms of modern business are to be disturbed at the request of tho sumo set of persons that is frantic for a cheap doller ItVoleanic Eruptions Are grand but Skin Eruptions rob life of joy Bucklena Arnica Salve cures them also Old Running and Fever Sores Ulcers Dolls Felons Corns AVarts Cuts Bruises Burns Scalds Chapped Hands Chilblains Best Pile cure on earth Drives out Pains and Aches Only 25 cents a box Cure guaranteed Sold by Perry tI Thomas Drupgests C atElliott Danforth of New York has just returned from a visit through the south He says So far arthe south is concerned and perhaps the west too but one man is seriously considered for the Presidential nomination and that is William Jennings Were the convention to be called for tomorrow I believe that solid delega tions would be sent from the south and nominatiod n are Col Bryans personal popularity 11spent18901Govthat there was little hope of tho Republicans carrying that State this tall Wo sound a warning note now to the poor but honest toiler of this country to bo on their guard or ero they are aware of their impending doom It will be upon themthis scheme of the gold worshipping imperialists to increase the standing army is for the purpose with othersofin time making snffra a sacred right based on property It edcoming as sure as the present Balig succeed in prolonging their robber poormanleserf a vassal a slave and ho alone btye fore it is forever too late Nicholas ville Democrat Story ofaSlave yeadrs o woret lYilllamsice Denpwife has been so helpless for fire years that she could not tarn over in bed alone After using two bottles of Elec tric Bitters she is wonderfully im proved and able to do her own work This supreme remedy for female dis eases quickly cures nervousness sleep lessness melancholy headache fainting and dizzy epells This miracle working medicine is a godsend to weak sickly run down people Every bottle guaranteed Only 50 cents Sold by PcrryS Thomas Druggists 0 LITERARY NOTESx Many of our readers who have practical experience on the subjects called for in the list here given appearing in the May Issuo of the Cosmopolitan may taro to submit articles as tuo Theyhdiscussion as the organization of the various branches QsmoJlolitGP9iLubjccts involved offer 2300 In varlouseams for articles of rom four thousand td five thousand words each Y11i0 on How to furnish Social Life for Children S15Q on How to Educate Children at Homo Between tho Ages of Three and fwclvejrt 5160on The Home Care of the Sick Tho content oft tho shorn three articles closes June 20 18JJ SfID for tho beet rHc1eon n Press1 HOO on Tile ServaotTprob lein Sl50 on A New Philosophy of Fashion Tliex ontcst on the above three artfcles closes Tuly 20 1890 gaA on J What a Cojnrnunity Loses bylibe Titsmn a q lP J o I3p CarPil Forion ftQlifeoij Teilf t 114L nt t n ttr H h4X j 01 y U r i tsK u L icJ i t t three artfcles closes Augusta i 200 for the mast interesting collection of photographs of American hbmes Closes Junol 150 for the ihotit inttr esting collection of photographs of artistic or novel architectural features Closes July 1 150 for the niost tutor csUnR collection of potograplm of artis tically arranged llowercardens lawns yards Closes August SfbO Dribs most interesting collection ot photo graphs of plant life flowers vegetables cereals etc Closes August 1 X150 forth most interesting collection of photographs of homo features such aa break fast and dinner tables artistically ar ranged windows interiors etc Closes September County Court Days Paris Bourbon county Scat Monday Richmond Madison county flirt Mon day Lexington Fayette connty second Monday i Stanford Lincoln county second Mon day Georgetown Scott connlyjthird Mon dayDanvi1le Boylo county third Monday Nicholasville Jessamine county third Monday Winchester Clark county fourth Monday Versailles Vpodford county fourth Monday If all the poems I have written Were piled together in a pile And with a candle they were litten You could see the blaze n milo nut all the gold that I have Bitten For the poems I have wrote Would not hurt the feeblest kitten If poured melted down its tltroatI A farmer tolls an exchange that he has made a discovery that will be of vast importance to the farmers during a dry season He has found by plnnt Ii K onions and potatoes in the same field in alternate rows the onions be come so strong that they bring tons to the eyes of the potatoes in such vast volumes that tho roots of the vines tare kept moist and a big crop raised in spite of drought The sumo farmer has a scheme for raising custard pies by crossing the egg plant with the milk weed An Illinois beekeeper tells of obtain ing over 350 pounds of extracted hadffrom them He sells the extracted honey 15 pounds for land there has been no trouble in finding customers The increase by swarming leaves him ThetehogiugdA Kansas hog raiser giving his ox perience in feeding hogs says five acres of sweet potatoes fatten moro hogs than twentyflve acres of corn He had sixty hogs that would yield him 18000 pounds of pork and esti mates that the cost of their feed is not more than S2G in actual cash for labor and expenses in his sweet potato patch He also claims this food im parts a flavor to the meat that for surpasses that of corn for any animals Exchange I note in your column of inquiries some one asking for a preparation for killing lice on cattle and horses A simple and most effect ual remedy I have used is sour but termllk Let it get sonr and then take a sponge and sponge them well with the sour milk If any lice should escape give them the second application It will surely kill them and does not injure the hair Statistics gathered regarding the pubonic plague in India shows that since the beginning of the last out nbreak at Bombay 250000 deaths have been recorded This number Low ever is believed to be much below the actual total because the natives are known to have concealed deaths from the disease Young chicks want all of the sun shine they can get like every other growing thing excepting the mush room and will grow but slowly in the shads even if kept warm and well fed They need also dry ground under them and dry bedding in their nests The Bath county grand jury returned 19 indictments against the Standard Oil Company for peddling oil without license Ten different insurance com panty were indicted for conspiracy and forming trusts raThe grand jury at Carlisle indicated all tho slot machine men but let the insurance people alone Pretty Childrenrlwe have three children Before the birth of the last one my waft used fourbot ties of MOTHERS FRIEND If you had the pictures of Oir children you could see at a gancethatthelastane- Is healthiest prettiest and finestlooking of them all My wife thinks Mothers Friend is the greatest and grandest remedy Intbe UJworld for expect ant mothers u Written bya Ken PT lucky Attorney t YvS Lawr 1 mUTHERS FRIEt prerf disposition and temper remain unruffled throughout the ordeal because this relaxing penetrating liniment relieves the usual distress A goodnatured mother is pretty sure to have goodnatured child The patient is kept in a strong health condition which the child also inherits Mothers Friend takes a wife through the crisis quickly and almost painlessly I assists hi her rapid recovery and wards off the dangers that so often follow de livery Sodbydruszi3tsforl betU THE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO ATLANTA OA rltteaezpreuly WaO tiosfelO PWtMYtr t tacNl2 sat w fjCo t Au WOMEN Should know that the DIQ 1YmaPemedy- t a Is the bust forPeedaTrntkr Ooncctn all- IrregtilarlUeslnFemale0rgaat Should be taken fnrGtaate of Llta sad before t9etestfortwearypcatx Made anlY by Yew PpenttrltMlctae chattanoooa Tnneoaee 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