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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1iJ IrWRLL1lflf I rriTLrTTRI41frIMQND CLJ IA N u Al1xL r J q r n W 1j t ro i j VOLUME 26 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY APRIL 4 19M ec NUMBER 44 r I 11 JeWc1cd REPAIRING AND TIMEING flKZ WATCH A SPECIALTY b eer All Work GUAranteed MAIN STREET RICHMOND KY rotJcBoI AMERIC FAVORITE ORANtJ HARVARD ChUBfJfS I WHISK FULLS- GUARTSa Dollvorod Exprossage paid ariywhero directly acces sible to Adams American or U S Express In plain box without any marks Indicating contents Guaranteed an absolutely pure OLD KENTUCKY WHISKEY direct from KQntucky Reference Any bank express company or com merclal agency In Loulsvllls AUG COLDEWEY S CO 231 W Mala Sl LocisYllle Ky Woman l by THE CO Had Oak Iowa e PROFESSIONAL CARDS AT O1 nrs R E Office with Jas B Mc Creary Second Street RV MILLER RICHMOND KKWTCCKY Office In the Burnam Building next door to armers National hank feb31y AN T1OnSBrATLA Offie over Slate Rank Trust Co op posite Court House on Main Street SSJ C te D 11 OHKNAOLT AT LAW KiciiMutin KENTUCKY Office on Second street over Chcn aiilts gi w R LErrcta AUorneyatrLaw KuHjioNo with T I Smithi Jr over roll II tn Miu4 IIVf JI Pr C Lorry zkrnqjatJtiv M wrIrv nufllinj ttirliotul Ky t 1 JfI J ATTOKN KYATLAWttl- CilMOXU SBNTUCKY dOliJC ii PMthor Ruildlns Main Ftrect UiS 1IHuGIBSON 1Jr IjXS LYU jJRfJEdS- KICtMI 1 Kit UhJ Str in tkc i Jita tMtudtng aede Sec ond Street ucti Tauc otd drcstote 17 CHAS C llOOKIvtl VRTRKIXufy oURG RON Gratlitutr Oidnriii Vrleritmry College Veterinary Dentlttry auj Sterility a Specialty OSOffice at ray jilibta on corner Pint and Water Stroels buitflt Ky pr7ly II C d1tl Ell M D Mtsoitie and urIOflire Irathwr itiitl Iiti r Main Street lmphvll KI tIHbsiOC the Carr place on iiiviulwaj U1cuMoD KENTUCKY EVi U 1lirriCIAN ANO bUKOKON itICHMIIT1 KieNTUCgY 4 mi Or itOOT DfTIT 01 LovisvIIrr KY aa Offlce uextdoor tu Oovenurent Building Uicltnuinl Ky OUlcbonrePto121toJu- ovl717 DEMiTDEMI 1ST- tfOtcf o erTaylor Bros lIard ware Store Main Street anily 8ia four Route o Vstilinled Trtins with un qtutiwl piiit- nCHIcAGO Car Samoa to Iake Fi out Knlrance ST LOUIS Via Merulniiils Bridge No Tunnel Bosrdtf Only iiiroUKh Sleeping iarIiuo YORK Only tht City Fust Schedules Fine Equipment WARREN LYNCH W MK E Ag QP4t 9 lJSEBY f O U a ca sS 1J4q Newr Is the acme of j7 BEAUTY HEALTH f A 3OJay CommonSense ir treatment for one dollar rItemedvhspecIflczI know too well the upon their health Sand strength catued by ailments C- DthCbOW111tr Tile Lady Florence Remedy Is not a cureall but a cure for disease at woman preiCrlptlonIdin and gnrRron who has treated more complicated icawaof female diseases any one other IndlridnaL It now r rferefg the flrtt time In this country within the reach of nfl claswi One package affordi Teller in the most obstinate Kanufaclcred FLOREHOE MEDICINE U S A I 0 ROBERTS ATTOUNEYATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY ajOlBceoverOt4mix ATTOBSBTATLAW JA SurrJT RICHMOND KENTUCKY ATTORNEYS wyS KHNTCCKY- Otfi ltrhtts- r GW L3vLnT OaVwvlvue Mnpniflivnt NEW DeiHftlii Smooth Tracks GlJueTkt GHtoIMAt CIJfCIKXATI I LONGEVITY IT IS NO BURDEN when a PIANO or ORGAN is pur chased Lore Our I stem of easy payments enables any one to enjoy tlio music of FcTec Uume without depriving themselves of necessary comforts One of these INSTRUMENTS would make superliHOjaIDAYi PRESENT Why not come land lOokat these special bargains HARDING RIEHBl H G KENT AGENT 1RICIJMOND KY COMBINATION GLASSES fur those who dislike to carry two liirn of ordinary Glances can be fitted without anv xtra trouble Vo will examine the eyes with aid of Mm must inipmvcd OPTICAL AP PMANt US KltEE OF CHARGED wild IfyiHi are mitisfied tell or make you apairof Glasses at a very moderate cliur e token lenses nr frames felt us by mull repaired and returned promptly F J YEAGER h I CIRCULATING WASH BOILER t II PATALLOWED MARCH 15m 18991 BOTTOM SHOWING COILED J COPPER STEAM PIPES4 Ma4eUtired arm more tearing of clothes a nlth thit Vuli Marhlne have Ihrcofourtba of toe labor Send for rlrcnler- JPrfee all Tin S3OO- Copptr Jiottom 400Copper 600 TJiionilio recrlt of above price wUl ez press rrepald any or abote CSrcalting Wash Boiler Bo 801 Tine SUCUcinnall Ohio +CALL AT ++ + + dijitSALOON PARLOR WHEN IN TOWN Coolest and most refreshing of diinksthat can be found in the city are dispensed by tipto late and accommodating clerks Oeaalac Saratepi W ter KeptiH TapS SsssR- hoie 30 g eoo4- QU sJ i kItJKAaL7 f XJ ANNOUNCEMENT Foa corarrY LavANAUcULnoTY1orto the fiction of the Democratic Party flAYBURN10 the action Of the Democratic Party We are authorized to announce D R TETIS a candidate for County Clericsubject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce M M subjectWe are authorized to announce JESSE subjecttoFOB SBBBIPP FWAGERScouutysubJeet to the action of the Democratic iVnAtTARDSheriff subject to the action of the Democratic party We are aethoriied to announce MABTIN GENTRY a candidate for Sheriff ot Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party BROADDUSsubject to the action of the Democratic party Jolt ASSESSOR OLD11AMcounty subject to the action of the Demo cratic party LDAKERcounty subject to the action of the Democratic party GRORGENOLA1iDcounty subject to the action of the Democratic party WDEATIIERAGE theDemocraticWe are authorized to announce BUD DUNN of the Glade District candidate for Assessor subject to the action of the Democratic party ron JAILBH CLACKEYcounty subject to the action of the Democratic party RGPARRISHcounty subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to Announce JACK ROSS a candidate for Jailer of Madison county for theDemocratlo PERKINS action of the Democratic party FOB SCHOOL SDPEEINTKSDBKT WWAGERSthe office of Superintendentof County Schools subject to the action of the Democratic party NORTHERN REPUBLICAN PAPERS ON TAY LORS MANIFESTO New York Commercial Advertiser Rep Gov Taylor has seen fit to issue a statement about the newdevelopment which seems ill advised in its insult upon the State Courts charging that they have been so partisan that it is imposslblecratic persuasion to obtain a lair trial ItThis may be true but U does not become tlie Governor of the State who has appealed to them to decide upon the legality of his own office to say it In fact the Governors entire statement comes very near to being an incendiary document and in the in flamed Condition of the public mind cllIInllforwiser prjjiiuto iiavekept silent and abided by his agreement to leave the whole matter in the hands of the courts IT Dettiot Tribune Iud Rep Not only is tin honest man the noblest work of God but Mr Taylor ol Ken tucky appears to beMIt The return ing boards are honey combed with fraud the Election Commissioners would rather drop dead than be caught doing a reputable act the Legislature is uncpeakuble vile tire courts are putrid beyond the power of wan to de scribe Nothing in all Kentucky is pure and noble except Mr Taylor and in view of the unprecedented condition of affairs hiin generously volun teered to net as a Stale Government lie is discliaiIngtbodui1esuf Governor in spite of the fact that he has no legal title With such a benevolent ruler there is no need for a Legislature so Mr Taylor prevents the Legislature from acting The courts being rotten it would be a terrible calamity if they were allowed to do business so Mr performextraordinary than the conduct of Mr Taylor has over been witnessed in American politicsand that gentlemans performances becomes the more reo Taylorwood Caesar that ever reared his head in a republic A very valuable book is a Hebrew Bible in time Vatican In 1512 the Hebrews tried to buy it of Pope Julius II for its weight in gold It is so large and heavy that two men can hardly lift it and it would have brought 100000 Oom Paul wants a man who can bell a li- onUtttkUtUt1t After He Gomes i Everything S can do to help her child she should g b1essingsshe 2 do this she must have health her S 4toe She should by all means supply 5 herself with 5- S Mothers I Friend ilthtoughthe and quickly Itisa which gives strength and vigor to the xniuclea Common sens will 3 show you tbat theV elr the usclss arc which bear th- e1tri the lies pain tJMre wIn be Wayaeladwonders for me PraIa God for 4w 11hoqtMt THE WWBf JEL1 BfttJUWW CG Attata9 irr J b f ij ii- J ST HELENA ISearchllght St Helena How jrnithe weabick tie tubof yearsisanti reproduces 16neoflhe most remarkable scenes in tlie Vorda hititory The liuiniliHlIon of Nnpoleon on that barren rock will ever excite the sym pathy ot mankind Such humiliation might have been considered just during the primitive aires of the race But in the light of the later centuries it reveals a remain ing trait of savagery And Uronje the noble old Lion of South Africa Is to pass the remainder of his days In exile in that midocean solitude For what Because he did not understand that the AngloSaxon civilization of which we boast requires that life and liberty must be sacrificed to the God of Gold Exiled to St Helena Who knows but that our own immor tal Washington would have shared the sHills fate had Cortiwallls been the vic tor at Yorktown And libertyloving Americans are enjoined to sanction tho outrage against humanity because forsooth it is alleged to be a matter of the supremacy AngloSaxon civiliza tionAway with such folly Out upon such treason to mankind No civilization ever eafe that wor ships at the shrine of mammon No advancement is certain or even possible that depends upon the throt thug of human liberty No libertyloving American can In dorse such oppression Modem history is replete with the wholesome effects of humanity toward conquered foe mockIupon balm of amnesty Exiled to St Helena AngloSaxon Americans blushred with shame at the very mention of such AngloSaxoncivilization IJrave Mrn FalldVictims to stomach liver nnd kidnoy troubles as well as women and all feel polsqnsinheadache and tired listless rundown feeling But theres no need to feel like that Listen to J W Gardner Idaville Ind He says Electric Bit ters are just the thing for a man whep he is all run down and dont care moretopetite than anything I could take I can now tat anything and have a new lease on life Only 50 cents at Perry Thomas Drug Store Every bottle guaranteed 3 TilE PLAGUE IS HERE IToiedoUlade It hall been definitely ascertained that the Chinaman who died in San Francisco under suspicious circumstance Was a victim of the bubonic plague The board of health has taken hold of the matter with vigor and will put every house of the Chinese quarter under rigorous Inspection The case Tony have been a pporatlc one and tho measures now inaugurated may prove effectual But Chinatown becomes a menace not only to the health of the city of San Fandsco but of the United States The Oriental population in this case becomes a grave danger for the Chinese will not report cases nor will they take any precautionary saul tary measures unless compelled to do by the authorities From the middle of the fourteenth century when under the name of the Black Death the bobonlc plague rav aved all Europe it has been the most dreaded of human maladies It is tai worse that cholera or yellow fever It Is propagated by rats and any protect ive measure must include a war of ex termination against these animals such as is now being waged in Hono lulu Though it is a flth disease the most complete and systematic meas urea cleanliness in bouses are of no avail if rates can penetrate the dwell ings Mrs Harriett Evans Hinsdale 111 writes I never fail to relievo Iriv utsinOuofeel safe without iL Quickly cures andIUItXEMORIbS OF DWIGHT L MOODY It was the wish of the late Mr Moody that bis biography should be written by his son Mr W R Moody who has in his possession hllof his farther Jlllpel- and is preparing a very complete life of the great piOHcher hurts consented to write especially for Time Saturday Evening Post a series of anecdotal papers on lila fathers life and work unrfirt of these papers entitled Moody as Boy and Business Man will appear in the Aril 7 number of The Saturday Evening Post Werkiar Night An 1 Day The busiestand mightiest little tiling that every was made is Dr Kings New Life Pills Every pill is a sugarcoated globule of health that changes weak ness into strength Jistlessness into en orgy brainfag into mental power Theyre wonderful In building up the health Only 25c per box Sold by Perry Thomas 3 Ordinarily said Col Slilwell I object to the conundrum I regard it as a primitive form of humor 1 also resent these constant VIbes at the State of Kentucky They represent both del clency of taste anti poverty of resoarce Butjust to bhoy he continued delib ratelylithat I am a broad mlHed man who can accept a joke amiably I will ask yoa a question What w thel difference between the States of Atmt cliQeetts and Kentucky Give h up Colonel Massachusetts produces boot Mi shoe sad Kentueky prodocofi hGM- iMd boooe ADd I want to My IM KM I tbowchtof itArnf forifwyltedy else bad jpri a rekHlutthM i a IIM unexpeetedly I wonMnt e r to aiwwer for tlM coaeeaeeiW- 8tr pDWItibttng ertin iUd xmn my and newer firip Tb rn aw w Barry 1 bo4luuIiI T IJI n j THEWISE COURSE FOR GOVERNOR TAYLOR fLooUTlIlo News Ind Bep March 12 If the News lund Governor Taylori confidence it would my this to him Dont hold on to your office a fractiw ppealldecidesout at once Make no protests issue nr pioclnmationR show no temper Stand aside end lot tboi e whO have robbedIyou of the highest title In the people get what honor andco fort they can out of their disreputable work The burden of defending rests upon them Dont make the task easier for them by aresort to violence Tho call ing out of more troops the prevent the Democrats from seizing the state house until after the supreme court passes on the contest would be an act of crimi nal folly It is the one thing that might turn the scales in favor of the revolutionists They are posing as the patty of law and order Dont strengthen their claims by any further appeals to the military We have had finite enough of bayonet government If Adjutant General Collier luau been quoted correctly you owe it to your self and your party and to the welfare of the Commonwealth to countermand his orders He has served notice on the Democrats that any attempt to oc cupy the state houpi until after the su premo courts decision will bo resisted by force of arms This means a con filet between rival soldiery Such a conflict means death to many Innocent men It may precipitate a general slaughter The responsibility for it will be placed upon you Governor Tay lor and if your life does not pay the forfeit it will BOunl the death knell of your parly ufJPIcolds croup and spro throat One Min nt Cough Cure is unequalled t is pleasant for children to take I hearti it to mothers His the producesimmediate throatslltllungdiseases Perry Thomas BOUND BY CORDS OF LIGHT The Pilgrim Look at night into the moonlit sky broader than the sea that turns its great bright eyes to the moon and more Hniitle siy deep titan oceans depths its surface flecked with mackerel drift and floating clondweeil and let the vision strive to penetrate to its far shining bottom strewn with star sands then will it be seen that this terrestial ball is bound by cords of light to all the universe and all along their vibrating lines electric impres sions pass The whole round earth is but a great receiver were oily our ears attuned to tho telephonic tone with which through etherial spaces the sun and planets converse together The morning stars still sing in infinite chorus but our dull ears cannot distin guish their harmonies To Cure a Cold in One Day TabletsAllfalls to cure 25c E W Groves sig nature is on each box oct25Cui TAYLOR FORFEITS RESPECT OF ALL Boston AdrerUser BepnblJcan When he assumes to pardon before thuy have been tried or even arrested meuaimnsl whom warrants have been ibbuud on sworn information which points to them as murderous conspira mayhavegood citizens anywhere regardless of their party affiliationspAN OUTL4Wo Boston Advertiser Republican When Taylor says as he does in his public statement of Sunday night In effect that he will not submit to the Constitution of Kentucky because the Legislature has Wrongly acted under its provisions and that lie will not submit to tIme decision of the Kentucky courts because the Judges are political ly opposed to him ho takes a course vthich means anarchy He proclaims himself an outlaw =Rev W K Sitzer W Caton N Y writes MI had dyspepsia over 20 years and tried and medicines with useodolme from the start 1 believe it to be a panacea fur all forms of indigestion it digests what OU eat Perry ThornssS delinquentlistof Pulaski shows the names of many women and dead persons besides a number of Democrats This is worse arid worse and proves that liepublicans there are either too ignorant for office or pad their lists shamefully in order to beat the State out of the assessment fee Dead men and women aaseseed for poll tax Editor Hansford should not txPOSG lila brother Republicans in such a manner Stanford Journal There are thousands of inventions which die in their inception because some attorney ha advised that his in vention is not patentable Inventors can always secure accurate and free ad vice irom E G Siggert Patent Lawyer Washington DO by sending to him a drawing model or photograph of the invention He makes his fee contin gent on succesj and will not acceptor prosecution an application for jiat cut unless there is afajr pioepect of ob raining a patent T Louisville Dispatch thus admits that its original okholders Mid foun dora have torsHkeuJt one of which we Hre some Oar circulation is among the solid Bubfrtuntial citizens of both city aaa and not among tlj mouthed politicians Mho were so rei ih their initial support of the paper WB Tuylor by life lawless in c sdi ry nwitliods Jas doac wore harm to the Republican parts of Kentucky thaw any header of tlUt org IHtOh who ever lived in the SIMeertoi Herald When n diesatiedpohItieIen teavwi hlJlpMtrto ffili tt nlthAMtw I Ii tbittu tko perybs up 1M fastleaL 1he truthktha onhytaetk 10 ia i1rtMi whsti be Mft Viioth 1 WiD l dKMM wonta ftUbroaeolbirAftor JI twr 1i tbltit lb Cbi lJh i TABLE MAINTAIN ROPEWAY The ropewaylpcated ntToMQ Mourir taint irxSouth Afiica is an important example of a Hue 52SO feet lonjtn consists of a single jffxejT nipe on which ope carriage is diawn to aucUro with an endless hauling rope the drlv ing gear having reversing motion so that the direction of travel of thecarrier can be controlled Comtneuclngat sea level and following theground pn posts Splice about 300 feet apart the cable takesappan of 1 500 feet rising to n projecting rock some1480 feet above the starting point Keeling oh a support at this point the cable again takes a span of 1400 foot to an upper termi nal 2200 feet above the loffsr one This ropeway has worked so satisfac torily that it is not only used for time carriage of materials employed in the ponstriictlon ofa reservoir but isat times used for passcngersEngineer- tgit Magazine i Many a school girl is said to be lazy an- d7shiftIess when she IVtheFfalls asleep is nervpus and tired alL the time And what can you tx beingfedand her wholes t ntfs suffering from poisoning Such girls are wonder fully helped and greatly changed by taking yerssarJftparillft Hundreds thousands Pitduringthepastsoyears IhavehOmesThey remember what cured them and now they give the same medi cine to theirown children You can afford to trust a Sarsaparilla thathasbeen test centurysuh P If your bowefs are consti Ipaled ute Ayers Pills You cant have good health unless you hare daily action of the V bowels Sets a toil One twr 61 Arerj PIUs cnredmr dnpepsla LD CUD WILL Janl2l89J athNYWrHe the Doctor whateTorandWrluthedoetDrfreelTply without cost AddreM 11S O AYER Lowell MalE St P trQniz Ham immi Insure your dnelllniri tarn and other prop e COMPANYGives protection againstaHREUfiirWQAXT02NADO No assessment calls oh members when losses occur to other members and no initiation fee Theheapest theStauafter the Seat year For further Information call on their agent attorneyatlawRichmond Court House next door to State Bank Trust Company upstairs J 11 CARTER Pres mayHly C O UOSWOWTU Secy For Sale 175 Acres of Land 5 miles south of Richmond near the pike dwelling with eight 8 rooms good barn and other buildings good apple and peach orchard well watered in good state of cultivation church and school con venient Terms reasonable Possession given this fall AJ SOUSE mehl4tf White Hall Ky WAR TO THE DEATH PBSTS OZ TE3E POliTHY TAnD KVST G AMerican Lice llestro er Klllt Mure Mites Lire aad Other Vermin In a Day Than All tlllier KemaUos CoembimiedS The war Is on Thdayoflico and vermin that have done so much to make the life of the poultryman miserable and his business unprofitable ftre over American Llcq Destroyer fa ibe roper ammunition 10 use I This preparation is wonderful iu its power antI vermin cannot exist twentyfour hoflrVaker it la applied to the coop or fowle Every jioultrjinan needs It It e cheap reliable and effective otto package being sufficient to proteet230 kiwIs from mites or lice for onq year When this De stroyer U used profits at oace increase Lice and vermin do more to kilt profit than all other causes combined You know it Dont go oa loele money every week but trymrieaa Lice Destroyer Yotf may Myief tried other things without success bat i Uiisfad4J you cau baveyonr moey kea-re in this fight to stay and will back Destroyer against any BHwbe r omtes or lice you may have oatlM away money with reelpiee Or bomiiemaete makeshifts Use acientlfiemaesizs Tito AmerIcan Lkie Jpestrdyer kM betH used by thousands o pou1tryzi4 has been oa tle iflerkit for pvsre and hfiflbwen testeil tbOt0645 f tiM WeknllW It is W right Ddk- t does net do the workmnioaiWy yo- urt your moesfbse Wt4 eeey- ea Mk 1 If year dnwfrt s t IIII1 uflrAI 7 bLbSM4 tbeaa lQ It oee J srLaMfgj- Oo TwfA Jtsit Intu AJ Dr Louis n Ladnian No fSdWcst NinthStreet ClpcilmnatiOhie wlll be at MtflTer e o Postomce Ichm ndjKron WEDNESDAY APRII 111900 returning every second Wednesday o each month nererence Ter of Rich mond Ky maylly DrR Goldsteiii T tThe Optic Specialist of No 544 Fourth Avenue Louisville wlllbe al thoOIyndon ibid lUchmond WEDNESDAY APRIK 18 returning one day each month Iye exam Infcd and glasses scientifically adjusted rw lB lmB IIEADQUARTERS- FonSEWIflGMACHINES SEWINa MACHINE SUPPLIESin Orders taken for PIANOS and ORGANS Repairing a Specialty KSTOFFICE opposite Court House wit Freeman Bros janWly eniembef That I have purchased the stock of groceries re cently owned by MlT M Asbill near L N De pot7apdam now prepared to furnish and deliver fresh goods to any part of the city at the lowest prices I shall continue to make PRODUCE SPECIALTY and pay more for Poultry Butter Eggs Hides c than any house in Richmond It will certainly prove profitable to you to get my prices before disposing of anything in this line A b GOTT janitf KodolDyspepsia Digests what you eat aidsNatnrestructing the exhausted digestive or gans ItIs the latest discovered digest ntand tonic No other preparation can approach it in efficiency It in anclpermanentiycuresDyspepsia HcadacbeGastralglaCrampsananIl Prepared by E C DeWltt a Co Clcaso For sale by Perry Tho- maPATENTS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS OBTAINED FREENoticeChtJrgea modarafeNofeotflitentls secured Letters Btrictly eonftdentla1 AddreM G SIGGERS Patent Lawyer Wathln 8 C Rt tn I FOR WEAK MIN ecayTcclurn1quIriy A Perfect Is rsuItelSO tn etfCCEtenO yonrarnca 11 ncaJal1tr1et tnIJrl and rid lienTrill recover their yocthfi I vtun Itfits oro RZCNER3IaCnn bo carried In vest roerrt cy sall C1C 0 fJnlIIIUreulns fvc4drv5sSiio 4mcrta ocoo- tB3rx FtcL ceuceFor sale by PprryA Thomas septl3Iy Our6oods i tri Our prices Compel you to trade with usjt J when you give us a trial p rrM ViM Is The ladies cannot be dicei ed by catchy phrases nor bombjistic claims All we hayjft to say is webuy- in ttiji best marktj of the vjirld select th j la test goods and when you buy yovf know have the latest uptoclate r Ittwhafci Jlfth1f nlI L- It n 1 II r t M ills pflumental Wdrksj I sS ESTABLISHED 1863 JAMES T HAMILTON PROPRIETOR Monuments Tombs Headstones Statuary and Foreign and I r American Marble and Granite +FffiE WORK A SPEGIALTT 1 + a ofCemeteryofIof the 11 E Church on Irvine Street where they will find constantly on hand a large stock of finished work to select from at prices to suit all chaises ofwCentralKentuckyin every phase Parties living at a distance should write to us for designs which be furnished on application ta YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED1 JH7VTES T HK7VULTON Proprietor FQAR S Doesnt this weather make you fi feel like taking up the I tt OLD CARPET tt- and putting down one of our j bright paterns of carpets or mat i9 ting They are here at the I WgJWe can help you make yourliomeflJ fceautilulard thtII f 0 4 F UNDERTAIUN6 I I 1 ++ ++ + ++ +++ 44 4 ++++ 6 + ++ + + + + 444 S NEVILLE MOBmLY I 220222 W Main Street iJ 1 YNIGHT This Is The Oliver Plow I IF YOU HAYE IUSED IT TOO IHOWl IS III THE BEST I 1IF YOU HAVE JlO1 WE WILL 5S j PROVE IT IS THE BEST f lf ire ti1r handling the Brown CultivatOr Haworth Corn Panter and the Best Harrow oathe markel ALSo a full line of Collars Iite 36ckan s Bridles and all kinds Plow Gr arid afull lineof Hardware and StovesI JliI snatURDICDEm HE 1 t IcJ f I U it f kri0 X h ifv o lj11ji 0 n The Richmond Climax J C OHENAUIT Proprietor A D MILLER noBuunen Manager C E WOODS Editor WEDNESDAY APIUL4 1900 PUKLiaHKl EVERY WKDNKSDAT BY The Climax Printing Go PRICK PICK YEAR 150 We are authorized to announce N n JONES aa a candidate for Jailer of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party J bGoonEoyed p1IoErneck GOOD afternoon have IOU been pardoned THE meeting of theHfpnblican Staie Campaign had helter be hurried tip several hro already in jail or Indiana ENOUGH evidence ugainst the con Rpirmore could not be produced to cause the assassin sympathizers to cease their diffuse of Goebels THE Brazilian ruler escaped hems assassinated List week through the confession of a coconspiraior As a rcault the almond trees of Brazil to use the languHp of Caleb rowers before the November election will bear stiange fruitpWATT HAKDIN has encaged to de fend Whallen in his bribery ease nnd Brown will a service for those ucrustd or tll murder or Uoebol Stand by each other bovKand let the world know that there is honor among thieves Frankfurt Favorite THE Court d Appeals sitting in Louisville hoard arguments in the con sol hili tel cases for Governor on Mon day Judge Pry or and Mr McQuown for the Democrats and exGo Bradley nnd Mr Helm Bruce represented thu Republican The decision is expect ml tomorrow As ANTI GOEHEL Democrat returned to Richmond from Frankfort Friday night and confessed thus The halt has never beon told there were five hundred men in that conspiracy and they say that Youtsey was practicing target shooting with his rifle foB three weeks before Goebel killed EVERY man who had any connection with the Goebel mnrder should be hunued and should it develop that any one knew of the plot and failed to re veal it should be given a ionz term in the penitentiary fur had he revealed the conspiracy it might have saved Mr Goebels life and thn State from bear inc tho shame of the foulest nnd black est crime ever committed in a civilized community After the above soaks in we will tell the author of it Col Lewis Lnndram editor of the Lancaster Record a Re publican a friend runt fellow citizen of exGov W 0 Bradley Read it again and if von do not endorse its senti meets you ought to be pardoned TUB connection of Rev Mr Swee neys naiiiH with the conspiracy to kill Goebel or to raise a riot lit the Legisla ture is to b s regretted Notwithstand lug Charley Moore aid that if lie wanl to bre for hell he would wnk a bhnft in front of Elder MveeneyV church at 1nriui cincerolv lio e till Miictitv of the ji ilpit may be spared not if Mr Sweeney be guihy but he cause if this crime laid not only at the ilour of the cliif executive of the Stat but at tin MUitid shrine of the church whllt dis the civil ztt1n ot nU century ain iiit loanywuj Sure ly we can pray wi hut hypucricy and 1liticlOCurfrom all complicity with this damning deed IT is hitdi lime for the display of sniue dihtiiicJly Republican energy la t lie oi fastening the crime of assHssinatiiti Senator Goebei upon the actual perpetrator of that foul deednnd upon such instiiihkir of it as actually promoted it if the assassin tiid not Mitt ulone It is luau time for Uopuliliiwi activity in prIri cuti m rather than de fense It cannot Ie doubted indeed Mint the Democrats will make good their boost that they will hang Taylor nud damn the Republican party un 1053 the Republican party promptly sees that every resource at its command be instintiy brought to bear for timemh ol sure of the filets as to tho ntejssiua tion nf Senator Go bel When tin above confession has had time to soak in good we will tell who Wroto it the editor of the 1uiis vllle Republican Commercial It is thu only exhibition Ir ianity given bv time press of tilt parlj that pack 4 with regular mountain friHisi the Executive building from which the assassin shut wan fired F ciiiBroirCo1 I LEXINGTON KY Beauty In The House There is no excuse for torn roominselling all grades of Wall Paper at the prices we have puton them for this season No need to put up with old paperNolooking at unattractive walls TilE BEST DECORATIVE TALENT isreplesentedin Oll P f3 ire Me ium iiic unlimitedOurthe best We can give you- JUany now ideas Estimates furnished hinvingyour walIs If so let us knowi and we will gladly sericl it cE FIBEoerCo11 MAIN AND BROADWAY 7 44KL7 of GpvernorKeittuekyowcd is reaping whirlwind McKiu leys expresses his tytnpsthy while United States Attorney Grlggs says concerning the in this State Thero id absolutely ot a pretext for any interference bv tho Government KentuckyIslaws J ro snpreme matters within lnr domain Secretary of War Root takes the position that the use of Fed eral artnsy the Stale inalitia affords excuse for Federal Interference lit he arms were loaned to the State anti State alone is responsible for their safe keeping Thus William Sylvester will have to return like the dog to his vomit IF Tallow Dick Combs Is appre thekillchester Believing that Combs hold a pHc1tyBenton conceived a way to catch Combs by having the circuit clerk of Clark issue a cnpius pro fine on unsatisfied judgments against Combs for viola tion of the local option law at Winchester some years ago As Taylor knew nothing of these judgments Judge Benton concluded that Combss pardon would not embrace these offenses against the Commonwealth In conse queiice Combs either has to be surren dered to the sheriff of Clark or the Re publican authorities Beattyvllle wall be dutyBilly Judge Bentonu act as a conspiracy to i tandhreatenhim a false confession upon which to suspectButup Mr Breckinridges charcea and shows that the tatters motives and tohampert sLothatindereatintreachedFrankfort ON the colonial question the Democ racy can convict the Republican party out of the month of its own leader and not on old records as in the case of MrMcKinIey8 former votes for thefree verylatestOur plain duty is to abolish all customs tariffs between the United States productstree toldCongress sametimeThe highest consideration of justice and good faith demand that we should exptetation soIadlythe United States and that we should trent the interests of this people as our urgehatRico and the United States be removed partyaroshame upon each other repudialin what McKinley calls our duty and trampling on what Secretary Root oJjusticethings go for nothing in the campaign McKinleyties of the country and begin to see that campaigu1hwalk over has been dissipated and the probability of Mr Bryans election becouns every lay greater in every mind situationut896KUIUIky normallyhow these States will vote in Novem theSlatesand lit lacks but fourteen vote of a ma MrBrynngins fifteen electoral votes There are good grounds in view of the action of tariffbillIhedoulJtrIlIJ partythatestablish colonial system Now York is plainly inclined to Democracy Min Otdo Stateifu1tand so is Michigan The of WilOamJswingintoyear to go Democratic In 187GTilden forGarfield189ClevImd V1electoralgoomthatmaintained The demoralization in the Republican party in Ohio is imperfectly understood The State is ripe for political revoltant this is also Jbe case in the States further West anti particularly In the Northwest where the robberies of the tariffmade trusts are heavily felt Con Kress is furnishing the Issues and the people a world of independent voting in November Whoever thinks easi11elecICtIIsInda man is pot watching the situation closely hasfollowedstates evidence lass not been made public yet Republicans he lass nothing to telljand Democrats that It is reserved for the trial Finley who is thought to know who the shot is sa Indianapiarnination were theGoebelassinatiDncase who waived examination and was held theCapitalprosecutfk EHogreported at the time that Culton had Imtlatergained was not at all sweeping in char acter as it was at first reported The ofColonelEYoutseyneyB private secretary who was are chargedwith bimatisome time Youtsey when he was ar rested told officers that tIme prosecution had promised not to arrest him hadhroken betweenreported thafYoutsey announced that he was ready to make a public state evidentlydliithe present HELD WITHOUT BAIL CalePowersGovernor Introducedforwaive further examination The raybrthedefeumfammtbverruled the motion saying It la not my belief that Powers fired the shot which killed Governor Goebel but thatbeorderthatgrand jury Captain John Davis and withbeingexamination and wore released on 111- Woe we olNpermiM44toran autonwbiles in Chicago tM i8- I SMB that city MuM take wtoa GeralOfossj 1Id Jut1lllj1IJ I n PERSON L V alersaillesMr Harry B Hanger ithome for a few days i Miss Helen Bennett is with friends I n Lexington Mr C C Wallace was in Stanford one day last week Miss Laura Bennett is at home from a visit to Frankfurt Hon Grant E Lilly is at home after a ten days stay at Irvin- e3IrWSMoberley was in Ciucln nati a few days mat week Miss Esther Burnamtof Frankfort Is with Miss Miss Hue Hume has returned from a pleasant visit to Winchester ksonsp6ntSuuday MireTillie Triable is at home after a two weeks visit in LexingtonaMr Mat S Cohen left Saturday for a weeks stay in New City Mr Waller Traynor of Lawrence burg spent Sunday with friends here Mrs JM Benton of Winchester is with her mother Mrs C C Smith Mr and Mrs Jno Wilson of Station Camp visited relatives hero Monday Mrs C W Friend of Paris was the guest last week of Mr and Mrs W W Pigg Mr George W Evans Jr has re turned from a business trip to Louis yule Mr and Mrs L L Bright have re moved to the family residence on Lancaster avenue Mrs It A Thompson of Seneca Kansas is the guest of her brothersMrE C Wines Mrs John B Chenault is in Mays ville on a visit to her parents Mr and Mrs Joshua Burgess Mrs James Bennett is in Lexington with her mother Mrs Mary Jane War field Clay who is no better Dr Bradley Young of Lee county Va was the guest on Monday of his relative Mrs H U Uargis Mr JUST Shackelford Jr has returned to Montgomery Ala after a short visit to his parents hero Judge A R Burnam of Frankfort was the guest of Major and Mrs C FsBurnan a few days last week Mr and Mrs John B Chenault came up from Frankfort Friday and spent several days with friends here Miss Margaret Cheuaultof Richmond spent several days with Mrs Overton Chenault Lexington Herald Mr and Mrs Jas S Wlnn have re turned to Winchester after a visit to Mrs Wines mother Mrs Elizabeth Miller Mr William Crooks who has been ill at the residence of Mrs M M Har gladtoMiss Margaret Chenanlt went to Lex ington Thursday to eee Mansfled and was with her aunt Mrs Wm Watts several days Mrs Mary R Clay is at home after six months stay in Lexington She has seriouslyillThe young people of Valley View and vicinity enjoyed themselvels at a social tiance Friday night at time house of Dr anti Mrs Northcutt Among those who went over to see Richard Mansfield in The First Vio Un at Lexington were Messrs J S 3rulcher Cale Shearer J N Nale Dr Thomas Mr Robert It Burnam oi Richmond was a visitor liars on Monday Mr C E Woods of time Climax othersthlRLient Carlo B Brittain is back from Hot Springs and we trust he is im proved sufficiently to re enter the naval service where he made a recordof which his Richmond friends are very proud Mrs Fannie Garnett of Cynthiana PollyGreen eJorenclirelatives havebrokenBronston has gone to Paris tostay with her parents until their new house on East Main street is completed Mr Bronston coca to Paris every Saturday and stays until Monday DoLaud166 pounds and hopes to increase his avoirdupois right along until the time for his departure for homo about May Mrs Arnold who formerly in DeLand is enjoying good health regrettheVGibsoncountyoneandbesoffiieimds welcomeed lhealthtideInwhosefriends RELIGIOUS Miss Sabra Petty was not well enough to attend Sunday School last fiittimecomber 1892 There is perhaps not andbutaon NIJWS- MOUJIMVIILE W VA Mar 22Spl EChurchsince Jan 1 closed last night More than 600 conversions were witnessed Several saloon keepers closed up and streetTImebasdecidederument on the Sheldon plantI He will close saloons and gambling house The meeting presided over by Rev W thiUnitedminister At closing time late In the evening tho lights had to bo turned out to clear the church BIRTHS SMITH There put in appearance at ktawlltotmItcreature in the form of a girl baby retGlbbenis wellepriiie of pleasure in time home fronthencorthfeatherdroppeder and babe doing well DEAThS MAYS Calvin Mays twoyearold child tiled near Rnlhton on Marcia 23 of croup ofWootLiOnsumption on Marci 21 MboBE At Red House on March 29 at her husbands nome Mrs K Mooreaged about 38 years InterawBt at Breaon Thursday Chkafro te in the market for an aoudd It wants It IROIdtlG com pare it with ie aldermanic baited rykr goito K MM City itteWiiUaThK Mkyfi 8M- y iuk tAoMoi P Ttrt Ckwafc Ptmw W rM SatMaetirilY The transmitter secreted in the put flat In te Jmreetedpeople especially were pleased Parties at l tiiiiattend services without moving atsi ep Indeed time tGnntclionR w extended to as to allow at Dan ville Lancaster Ciab Orchard anti MU Vernon to listen to the sermons and music morning and evening nt lImei Christian church this tIInelpastor JIurWR Lloyd has heard not a few compliments upon the scheme to provide distant aa well n local members with this novel way of worshipinp Invalids also took advan tage of the opportunity to hear the seravices while confined to their beds h omeoA Busy Bee in Nebrcska This Item is clipped from the Omaha World Herald report of the recent NebraskaState Democratic Convention t Lincon The gentleman referred to is notour Bee W D Oldham but be talks exactly like his Kentucky name sake Hear him W D Old ham of Kearney was next named as a de esrate lit and his electIon was also effected by acclamation He was called for and spoke in happy vein ot his transition from Missouri to a place amid the fighting Democracy of Western Nebraska He referred to the conditions under which he went to the last National Convention when the Nebraska delegation had no tickets and had to crawl under the tent but said they manage to capture the whole show after getting He said that it would be different this time so far as the standing of Nebraska was concerned but that the principles of 1898 would again be enunciated and some added by reason of the departure of he administration from American in principleHeguarded the cation since its infancy would forth with tho rose in its cheeks and wind in its hair to meet Uncle Sam on Fourth of July Bit Information for the Good People of Col leoe Hill Jiilor Climax It is not the policy of the City Board of Health to pay any attention to such wind pumping inpchincsas one Melon of the College Hill neighborhood in last weeks CLIMAX and we disavow that this is addressed to him but we would ay to these good people that we were in the deepest sympathy with them in their late troubles and we feel sure it goes without saying we used the limit of our powers to prevent any spreading of the disease and now rejoice with hem that the epidemic is over Asa responsibleand through their represenlatives the City Council we have submitted our report of tho epidemic in this city which is long since over That coincil has commended us for our vigilant care in stamping out the diseaseand for further commendations we care but little even though writing articles may tickle Melon ever so much thats like uncle Remus Brer Bar while sliding down tire rough plank VimisseifSec of Health Office Death of an Aged Lady onSundayHouse the county loses one of its old est citizens Ninety years ago at the age of three months she came with her parents from Loudonn county Va and they settled on the spot where Mrs Green died last Sunday The funeral was largely attended services being conducted by Rev Peebles pastor a f the College Hill Methodist church of which denomination Mrs Green had been a devoted consistent member for 75 years holding family prayers to the time of her last illness Theiollowint children survive five dead Martin Stephen Jacob Con raveJohn and Mrs L W Harris Mrs Alice Souther Deceased was the grandmother of Mrs It Lee Davis J W Cole and Mrs W C French MrsGreenold Boone fort before it was demolished by relic hunters or torn away by tho plow of time farmer and the swollen waters of the Kentucky In her youth homeinness on horseback with her father Mr thelogin which Mrs Green died that being probably the first brick structure in that section Of Mrs Green it is said by her neighbors that no better woman ever lived Her life was a sermon in acts in words in thoughts conforming as nearly totbe Divine Law as seems possible for frail humanity to attain Thus abe bequathes to the generations spotIIM9 hope of immorality Kings Valley Estill Co Editor Since my last writing I have fhatdayin the valleys and over the mountains countryThAtiful While in a valley mountain directionWhile liSbeautifulJohnson mountain is nearly as high as any mountain here The air here is very pure and this ia very health section of the country It is seldom 1 that a deatlroccurs I visited one graveyard that has been used over 90 years and some of the settlers say It onehundredsons buried there and some of them 1IildIeyears old There was one old bachelor that was 97 years old when be died and thatifthe ground was icy and injured him self they believe he vonld have dried up and blown away body boot and aduIIJottCIIkihlecButwounded aLways gets well Tuee is a surgeon that livesat Richmond ivhocani e appliedtookhisand sewed them up and packed them and lie is now sitting up and will lie able to be around in a short time II there should be plenty to do Jiefe so as tiiekrouibeno sickness that I can bear of jind I andtllRt gofhealth that the people do here 1 wish you all a happy B MILES IrvIne Ky ANtI Cititons CMteciiM The state of Jeeling which has been worked up by the developments at plaidpartiestberohearts to sympathy for those even re rno ely connected with usc damning crime rho death of Mr elicit ed scarcely a word of deprecation from thibeneficiary o 6 8110frOIRthat only the sovweet pnnkhaa t raeut for those in aayway connected tthIttlatehourhovers above thoea Migpected ot com plicity in the crime when the public interested in biioffing tlrti guilty tJHt8JeQthotteiMOtimentotBMflbM of Uw erimBtltbehJ our owlieoDIIJDAftTIt i father of Df ibos ahtitesctd eitiwn tJIIWdb i plead for a suspension of public judg aloilt upon Ijla sons allegel connection with the case It would be a iofiuti- hmatdict not yield tit thou mans ppealm hot for jiiiv for lieuvows isis ong innocence bn Qr a stay public pinioauntil time trial proves hint guilt less of criminal conspiracy Tfimlt first time in all the Irintory of time uulon naniH said the old luau with a ear dlintniiip hhrc1ulJllI eyeti that ever a Culton looked tliron Ii the bars of a prison I raited Will right and 1 know lilY on6 heart mind he is lImo betrayinglirKcribed ilie fiist meeting with bisson after his iticarceration When vre met Will threw his anus around my neck and cried Father I am innocent I do lint tlmrIt This narrative and its rnde preface printed because Jn the excitement palefdemned and punished who should be reed and because it is the desire of an aged citizen who stands high in onr c 8 prensitivewould bo grateful for an exh bit Ion or the Golden Rule on time t art of his more fortunate neighbors in this an preme hour of sorrowanProfessionalism ia College Athletics Un solicited Advice la Central University Boys Wa have always taken a lively inter eat in the student affairs nf our shun Jingwriter baa always contributed to the support of her athletic teams and fol lowed them to numberless victories and defeats We have practiced with the boys and watched their contests from the side lines are iniinately acquainted sympathyThis ia by way ot preface to abitofmgratuitous advice we now have o tr them Time time for outdoor sports is at hand and the selection of a bate ball hblearinwelt as in oratory and debate To main mnvlendplayers whose collegiate status is more liningquestionable method of organizing for the intercollegiate campaign and before any such step Is taken we wish as thamgaiu8tathletics onlybonaathletic department of our collegelo Thedeception and fraud practicea and condoned is one reason without further notice here The sec ond reason ill that the regular studentsp who are acknowledged as first of all entitled to the use of the ath letic grounds and to all time benefits and pleasures of active participaUon in the college sports Time grounds theMapparatus uniforms balls paraphernaliachpose and when Jiircd players or others of doubtful temporary conncc tion with the University are atta led to tile teams the regular student is crowded olf tho teams and off the stuldentsThe way to purify athletics is to and not waste time watching other colleges and trying to outdo them in moralizing but set the example at home If we get beat let us take our defeat with the consciousness that our fellows truly represented Lfactionsport among themselves What real honor would it be for C U to liicean experienced college orator or debater to win a victory for her on the forum And it would be no less hide feasible than to hire persuade or other wLae procure semIprofessional non college athletes to represent us on the oval anti diamond the track or field The splendid Miller gymnasium and the flue athletic field of Central University are dedicated to thephjsical development and culture of the men who come to Central University for an education and they should not bo perverted to the uses of others And we would like to see that large body of students who want to engage in the sports but who aro crowded out by iui ported players rise up and demand their rights Victory is not the sole aim of time athletic department but sportiSlOllgeteamenjoyment to time greatest number of bona fide students of the University C E W EX 87 P SThe writer will forfeit 5 for a posltlunreebly SILVER CREEK visitingfriends losingtheIr spendingthisMr Walter Samuels entertained a few of his friends one night last week Mr Robert Duereon hail three head of cattle and several lambs to die the past week Mrs Gilbert Mason who has been quite sick for the past three weeks is improving aIRue Duerson Mr and Mrs Walter Bennett of Richmond spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs James Burnam Mr Sam Biggerelaff of Red House is clerking for B F Tevis who lKiicbt out Hume Bros store Miss Marietta Jones is hack from Iawrenc burg where she visited Dr M E Jones and family Miss Marion Burn fun ofM F L spent from Saturday until Monday with her father Mr T 8 Burnam Miss Minnie Payburn returned to her homo in Lexington Saturday after pleasant visit to Miss Mary Ballard Sailors trousers or troinbono pants as they have sometimes been called expand in bell shape at time bot torn so as to be the more easily kicked off in the case of the wearers falling Into the water 100mW AnD 100 Time readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all its stages and that is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional disease requires a con stitntlonal treatment Halls Catarrh direstlyof tlio system thereby destroying the vlngIproprietorsiIOOforanycaaeIhat testimonials Address FJ CHENEY CO Toledo O goatsHailFatnily 4aprlm SPECIAL cASH PRICES Extracting frceth Z 76Gold 00I50aHalffare pn railroad and free hotel adistanoo25 per cent itlttetioofr mall r prices wjiea yh isjMiidyleetb extracted XRJ11iMtWi 4Mxt 1 ori- n Jg N bsd boAtKT trl df h iiii11iiiIiiit WE ARE REACHING OUT for more business and Want to do your Laundry Work Our place is the best equipped in the city Everything that would Im ove the quality of the work anti en nce its finish is done We have long since weeded out tho merely good workers from those who are experts d their skill experience nod care insure perfect results RICHMOND STOOl LAUNDRY e I PAINTS WP manufacture for every purpose of Interior and ExUsrior painting In all the different colors and shades of colors ulo by tho same formula with the necessary Improvements ns more than 30 years actual practical experience suggested We guarantee there e none on the market superior at any pr ice We know there are other good paints on time market and then we known that there ore some third and fourth grade mixed paints with flashy ed White and Blue labels that are offered as firstclass goods Now in order to protect yourself against 1m position Bcantinize the label well and e gaurantee if there bo any then ask the denier to show yon the manufac turers catalogue to show whether It i a first second third fourth or- fler grade It seems to bo a custom ot manufacturers of Chap Paints to label the- ackages with a highly colored and attractive label Some cost as lowas 40 cents per gallon and sold at retail from 100 to S125 per gallon A good ixed Paint can not be produced at less than 125 per gallon- Respectfully SubmittedI GEO MmYIILLGING Wallpapers Window Shades Pic turn Frames Paints Oils Varnishes Brushes Glass Jcc Stock the largest Prices always time lowest Your inspec tion requested 209 JilS IIiIEtT- ISICIUIOND KY j 2t JV FI7I 7I 7 r FOR EASTER YOU WANT 25Z Neat Nobby Nice Dress 6oodsL I Nr4 AN INSPECTION OF OUR STOOK WILL JON YINCE YOU THAT WE HAVE THEM AND THAT OUR PRiCES ARE RIGHT IE E HAVE AN ELEGANT LINE OF SILK GINGHAMS AT 39C t I A few patterns Qf Japanese Wash Silks at 49c their real value is GOc 1tMLJDont forget our Percales and Ginghamswe have them in the proper II styles and shades at PRICES to suit you Linen Skirts at 39c Scotch Lawns z at 5c Our Las sa Quilts at 59c 75c and on up to 135 will speak for them selves when you see them Ladies Mercerized Sateen Skirts OOc Ladies U Xjjx Silkatine Skirts all colors 49 and 79c Ladies Silkatine Skirts deep flounce tkcorded ruWe all colors ODe Infants Caps at 9c Infants Embroidered Silk ICaps at 25c Ladies Blacked Ribbed Hose special grade 2 pair for 25c NS XJJK Dadies Lace Stripped Hose 25c Childrens Hose in fast colois at lOc Ladies Jet Belts at thevery low price of 25c Dont overlook our line of i7R Covert and White P K Skirts Wei eel sure that our stock will please you Ahand you are invited to call and examine Clarks Thread still goes at 4c 7J fi OUR BARGAIN SHOE SALEtIS STILL GOING ON Come early or you will be too late to secure a betjfJ gone at the prices we have marked them 2 OWEN McKEE4-I lL J Z 7i1 z 7 Opportunity oi a Ule Time 25 OCQ inash will be given away 15000 for first prizt 5000 for second prize 1000 for third prize and so oni 1000 prizes in nil making a grand to tal of 25000 If you are interested SunnySouthRequests or copies should be filelli immeiliatply as they will bo the order which they are received THE SUNNY SOUTHI OUtNSWARf AT COSTI ++++ +i ++ ++++++tHaving decided to quit the Queensware Business we offer our entire stock at Cos for Spot CashWewish to utilize the space now occupied by Queens ware for another line of merchandise Come and examine our stoclrand get prices Now is jour time to refit your China Closets at a LOW PRICE Our stock of GROCERIES will be kept up to the stand ard and we solicit your patronage guaranteeing ht all times to ive you good goods at reasonable prices Goods exchanged for Country Produce Higgins I Ellis t ststtt Srudllse Chilled PLOWS 0 ft uiL1eQLLjPAt1E FARM NCE t Continental Disc Harrows tfj JHamilton Corn Planters ee Malta Corn Cultivators w New Departure Corn Cultivators McColm Soil Pulverizer Ii4ti Hprse Collars Pads Traces Back bands Bridles Hames PlOw 34 lines WoodandSteelDouble It Trees Roes Mattocks Build ii er Supplies Tic above we respectfully submit tour careful consideration 4 when in the market at Living Prices GIVE ThEBOXSi CHANCE 1 Ii BODGLISS UIMMOi aA IBU1I1UU SfOfES TOW A E 3lkly i IfF IPITT BURG ENTRAL TOK YARL EAST LIBERTY PA OFFER SUPERIOR ADVANTAGES TO SHIPPFRS rearrangedItBest Distributing Point East of Indianapolis for Balti more Washington Philadelphia NewYork and all Eastern markets Good buyers always in attendance for export cattle and all other kinds of stock- Consignments forCommission firms given prompt at tention PR CanardEVEFY Mgr lt A ELDERS IBARGAIN STORE RYGOODS BUYERS THAT ARE POST V wed as to prices qualities and mill brands on goods are never misled They know their Q J interest neither are they baited by a low price Jtcon one special article but they buy where the jV lowest prices are uniform on every class of Dry f Goods Carpets Notions Mattings Linoleums jw Oil Cloths C g New Kia GlDve an Pr als SC The styles and makes oi time goods we carry peak for them fv selves so that no word of commendation form us is neces- saryMUSLINUNDEAWEAR iNew and beautiful lines of Nainsook Chemises and Gowns f+q Springandc tt1J Every day adds to the goodness and greatness of our assort t ClioriotsHornespuns treceived o tcThe Finest of Miltinery VWe ato showing new Sailors and stylish Walking Hats for Misses and Labies Wo invite you to see our stock Our grand opening will lamt for three vs Thursday Friday and l Saturday 12ih 13th and Wth Everybody invited fHosiery Flams We always offer good bargains in Hosiery but overlookSilkuptodate iiowbeingutiiyou have seen our line Nofaney prices here ofLadies4 i FIST Gnome CARPET IIllSIMES 1 mdyarTety0her house in Richmond that carries a larger better selected or superior assortment than we nOw have This department jyre have lately enlarged again giving more space for display I and sale purposes You will wake a mistake If you buy a itakesilof Axmisisters M ATTING8 This season we made the largest RUGSWehiveejEiousIve assortin nt ot all kindsnot i purpose for whichylbu may wanf a rug that cannot show you somethingthat will atswer Prices always rijiit iNERHIT McCa MUST ACCOMPANY LOW PRICESW presenting the to Wthe community wo illustrate two tbbusaadsofonrstkatwe are Ptittemas In every tctt the tMetmnde amoit akiiiet artlat sreempIoye In deRtgntng and aro lit treacntcd theAl Pattern at 5 sad i ceatid None Higher Europe OLOTRINODoat fall to i sect owrcomplete stock of Ctdldrena and t sHoawa b tterItae this ever Ladle Shoes from satoise ei ShoelOseth 3Ls A Dflj 8 to per 7d PLAIN K4ippfr ublted to Ca2ade a fIL Vi j- fr jI11w marr i IiYI wT TO THE FARMER BluegrassOrchard and other Garden and Field Seed from E1DEATHERAI3E COaJ Headquarters for Salt Lime and Cement The Richmond Climax I WEDNESDAY APRIL 4 1900 We are offering you China now at a rss price than we can replace it for McGaniv D0atherage David Landreth Sons garden seeds are sold by McOann Deatherage Sol agents for this Territory Onion note 10 cents per quart Other pardon seeds at proportionate prices at MfCann Deathoraje We arc offering genuine bargains in iliina glassware lamps etc and will continue to dos until our entire stock js exhausted McCann 1 Deatherago Do you ever oat pudding if so come anti got ono of those nice decorattd dinner sets 100 pieces at the low price of 7 McCann Deatherage- Keep looking Dont you want a dandy Iluyilands decorated dinner st 100 piures for S25- McCanni Deatherage Suilp from 10 up to m aFuro at Siotillers marI tf j Robert Moberlev of Rntliton paM Jacob Long 700 for 2 acres of land Ilnbert Mo orlpy paid Mr Tudor of Uutliton J50 for 40 acres of land See Higdins Lnxons Milwaukee Kinder an I Mower It will please JOu- 28mar4w Joplin sells Blue Gem and Somi Caniiol coal Caut be boat Tele phone SI 7m4vv M5s Rogers Milliner Oponinyl Fridav and Saturday She is prepar in a great exhibit Cull and leave your measure at Sionllers tho tailor marH tf Trv Tlliin fiem Jlnil Jelico Semi runnel Coal at Joplins Telephone M apr44w Wnsliinnton If ncs and Margaret Cnitohpr nnd lack Rorrymnn and Margaret Kirby were granted license to inarry last week Fancy shirts in hew styles at Stouf 1Ip1 marl4tf f 11on lUctiins Jllxon for low I lItI on buggies and roart wagons 128l1ar4wtIfyou have any onkash poplar or lops fir trees nail wiih tosell tinin forcash write or call on t RoY SOPKH Cot i ov2fldn Nlchnlaevlllc Ky Hnnt Iiuf a8iiit until you see frs mar4tf Mv fftmrantPe that every Suit of 1 Cl hespliHll give Hjrfect satisfaction Ifrt loavincr the shop I do not oliirjje fur clotljpp that do not fit I CHAS J COnc fhiltf The Tailor iSf SimilTor fIr men end cl thing marttr Sometliii new In Mnns CJoMiinp ifitiII JjipiliK flA lum the- tIAit finest 4f8IflnTPt4 over brought t Ttiilunortd His prices Ilrpthp- tiAi t and UHids the het CIIIIRnd i 1oti Alo feh21tf Ho to TTIjrcum it fnxon for v 0iielep sotl fnrm wagons 28mnr4w Great nppnitnnii ffT roil to good i rlinhe IncH Salary orlrper week t nnd expends for tnnn with rig to intro 111f0 our Ponliry Mixture and Insect Destroyer in theponntry Jend stamp American Mig Co Terre Haute Ind- 28feblyi t The new cutter rail fit OIl at t H oulFers inai14tf Agents on enlarT4if15 per week and expenses the ic ates agent seller poultryttnmpAmerican2Sfeblv Have suits made by Stouffer and save 10 marl4tf Panola will bo talking to Richmond this week rnssfiehlonFridaySpeedwell will shortly bo connected with Richmond by talkaphone Richmond and Union City will be talking to each other this week theTWm Trowers is nursing a hand lacerated by a saw In Myers planning mill Now and pleasing specialties be tweeu acts tonight at the Opera house Prices 10 20 and 30jcents Rice Station and Irvine will be connected by telephone with Rich mond on or before May 1 Bales Mc lvalno and Wagers Cohen expressed 20 high grade horses to New York on Saturday The Boonesboro Chapter D A R will meet at Mrs J C Chenaults Thursday afternoon at 2 oclock The demand for Blue Gem coal ringinglikehotel There will be a meeting of the Richmond Chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy with the Presidents Friday afternoon April 6 As there is important business a large attendance is desired Kentucky and other Poems now realyflt Perry Thomas Sent pre paid mi receipt of price 25 cents to any address IEKKV THOMAS 4apr4w Richmond Ky Mr Joseph Jefferson comes to the Lexington Opera House Friday April Oth lie will present his old success Rip Van Winkle The sale of seats opened yesterday at 9 a m at the Opera The price will be Lower floor 2j Balcony 50 and Gallery 50 cents- MeNavin Comedy Co every night this week nt the Opera louse in a repertoire of comedies and dramas selccted from the following play Is lie Guilty Diamond Necklace Rob herv Heart of Gold Life in New York All a Mistake The Circus Girl etc Prices 10 20 and 30 cents Reserved seat tickets on sale at Perry Thomas drug store Are you interested in the Light lIar ness Horsi If so you want the Ken tin ky Stock Form It is the leading authority on all matters pertaining to the breeding raising and training of the trotter and pacer It is published lit Lexington the Hub of the Uprse Universe For ninety lays we abled to offer the Kentucky Stock Farm and the CLIMAX ono year for S2 Send your subscriptions at once to Climax Printing Company Richmond Ky New Grocery Mr Robert A Baxter has rented the T A Chenault store room on Second street and will open a grocery Lost One large gold breast pin with gentle mans pictnre enclosed A liberal reward will be paid for return of same to this office feb21tf For Rent A splendid eightroom house on Fifth street this city Possession given April I Apply to R Lee Davis Real Estate Agent Moberley Building m282w Successful Revival The revival hold at the Christian church this city closed last Wednes day with 28 additions by baptism and confession and seven by letter of re commendation Per Kent Early grazing or pastuarge clover or clover and timothy to Nits LlVIA liKEGORY pr44w Fstill ivy New and True Dontists who extract teeth because they ache should go to school and learn how they should be treated Dr Hob son rinxt door to Government Build lug Rirhmond Ky jnlOlf No More Smallpox The city Board of Health pronounces this free fromsmallpox and we learn with gratification that the disease has been stampe lout from nearly every portion of the county And This is no Lie Miss who lives on steel this cit broke ft front tooth out while masticating a piece of beefsteak bought from a Richmond butcher are assured of protection and posi the proof in event tIle butchers get to beefing about this item We never sausage meat in ourlives I 1 6 SEFllIW l1S 1 IN ALL THE NEW THINGS WEAR Xi1d Come andsee what in Eight Ten frrwclvefifty Fifteen and Eighteen Dollar Lines fI of Malis New hTYL1SHSUITSNo in 5 these goods for the 1 t PRICE 1 t We are also showing all the new things in Furnishing Goods Hats and Shoes And also have some GREAT BARGAINS in Heavy Winer Overcoats J Suits and all heavy goods that we want to close out J and will save you money on every article These rh same goods will cost you more money next fall e CovingtonMltchell L Lr w e iII Cmrl Py dayInthe dullest April court day he ever ex perieaced here He reports 15 horse- sSOIdat4to46 Primary After Nevewtw The Democratic County Committee at its meeting on Monday decided to postpone the primary election to select aftertheStrayed- A white and black setter bitch with 2hursdayMarch undClBignedmar4tf Richmond Ky lromStNet Dead as was Reported Wm Ryan the Richmond young seaturnsletter says to ajrlend here Ryan was a fine physical manhood and should make a capital soldier See the now style hats ItSt uffers Big Railroaders Here For an hour on 8aturdav President SuperintondentDaniel were hero on business Mr Breck is a son of Rev Dr R L Brook formerly of havebeenawhile SlxYearOld Stump Speaker Court day visitors were entertained Monday by Democratic speeches made PriceWinter anIfeature of the next State Convention to have him address that body from the platform For Jailer Mr N B Jones of Red House is a candidatefor Jailer subject to action downhispoor mat a Democrat and want to be the next Jailer which entitles him to the consideration of the p rty he his so long and faithfully served without fear of punishment or hope of reward Special Rates to Washington The C C railway will sell round trip tickets to Washington and return on May 20 and 21 at one fare for the round trip limited to return until May 31 on account of the meeting of the Mystic Shriners Keep these dates in your jnmd Jf you are going to make a trip east Gao W BARNEY KyttFor Caih We have adopted the CASH SYSTEM Our prices have been reduced tradeYouCREDIT Come and inspect our mammoth stock of spring goods now oyerbeforeapr42t DOUGLAS Bnionr Co That Church Telephone The Jessamine Journal remarks thus about the telephone placed in the Pill theChristian couldhaveto apply It to the listeners every few minutes he could then probably find out whether or not he as audiences at home as at church Under Headway The large saw mill of Roy Soper Co at Nicholasville has commenced operations and things in that portion of allIheits sounds three times a day makes one feel as though some big river MingoAwhat our town needs Jessaruiue Journal Miss Rogers Easter Opening April loth will be Easter Miss Rogers the fashionable milliner over LerEasterday of this week when she will exhibit the handiwork of New York and Paris artists importations that will astonish millineryShe array of novelties were ever brought hero partieulary baby caps and lace ties A Log Tide The log tide this week proved very satisfactory to mill men and log dealers Senator liargis who is a close calcula tidehavinjt150000 were set adrift down the three main tributaries of tha Kentucky river andSouthfor this section The float of staves encouragingJacksonllust1er Keeping the Mills Busy theUarkerports that his company received a big tokeepsummer they 15000 more logs in the mountains ready to Hutchleonfurther itlotsorders booked for the greater of lumber they wlllmanufacturo this year Here is a Brave Woman isknownthb citvMissa prominent farmer anti President of the Goebel Monument Committee Auder sot county heard a noise in her fathers corncrib and arming herself with a pistol she proceeded to investi gate Arriving at the crib she discov ered Mat Pleasant a negro stealing corn and presenting the pistol at his bend she forced him togo to the house where she guarded him until officer could be summoned from Lawrence burg Mr McCreaiy Resigns as President The Hon James B McCreary hasrer signed as President of the Louisville and Atlantic llailroadCompanyfor merly the Nicholaaville Irvine and Bcattyville railroad This railroad is sixtyone miles in length arid was sold under a decree of the United States Distri t Court and conveyed to Messrs Sparhawk and Synnot 01 Philadelphia last November Mr McCrenry agreed to assist them for a feu monthsm order to kelp extend the railroad into the mineral counties but nowsevers JiFs connection With this- railroadCourferTournal Merck 29 C L See Ic Playtag Carfe We have just received a newlot of scenic playing cards Each card has an engraving of a bit of scenery along the line and there are 53 different scenes Similar cards catiBOt perpackTheletters and figures in the corners BO thatp rsons who do not play card can arrafige them in groups and frame prettypicturcseend cover the cost and postage and a deck will be mailed to your addresi GEO W BAUXXY Div Pass Agt LoxInjetoB Ky Miel eMidt s IHttI The death of Miss Mary Schmidt daughter of MrL 0 Schmidt which occurred at the Good Samaritan Hos memillfi8pecglieetw young W1Jl8 8w et aNd kind a Christian in whom theWMJtO guile that we pen these lines with profound sorrow and sincere rt Decoded went to thi city for aurgioal treatment and pMi d sway HB dertbebife Her remains were bfoagtt hooM to Monday and today atpaflthatwu Nortel et tbb duUfai 4 ywr and desd elMer wiUb tWd o loroTer from the yw ol tbs who knrvdj hx Wtfsutvdevi tI 0Ii ji- i 1c 1Ahere CaMe IB IcaeoVcekiyDemocratic paper were paid at this andDispatch paperKyourself Bent Give Ym Mwy lo Tlww Some persons not authorized to can subscriptions arebeingdnpedto receive subscriptions to the weekly or daily Enquirer and clubs the former with the CLIMAX for 150 yer yearC- onfederate Veterans Requeital 4o Meet at Court House The Confederate Velprans and Sons of Veterans are requested to meet at tlie court hou e April 14 nt 2p m for tho purpose of reorganizing and taking some action in record to attending the reunion in Louisville Ky May 30 A full attendance is requested rnmNStouffer the tailor makes suits to fit marl4tfq To Lecture on Mormsnlsm hey L L Kyle has prepared a lecture on Mormonism and will deliver it with that force and earnestness which HavingatudiedtheChristian civilization he will speak with no uncertain sound Those who hove heard the lecture pronounce it a learned and instructive composition and doubtless his bearers will be edified by its delivery New Wrinkle InWall Decoration We had the pleasure of inspecting a now style of wall and ceiling decoration a substitute for wall paper with which the residence of Mrs Ellen V Gitfson is being adorned The parlor walls and ceiling are done in water colors with shades blending into a Sildedfrescoiusrived from paper as it Is nil handwork done with brush and colors by an artist The lining room is papered in rich ruby and green with reeu bur lap wainscotting The sitting room will have the burlap to a height of 7 or 8 feet The hall will oe equally as beautiful Lowry Pleads Not Guilty Doc Lowry who has been incarcera ted in the Lexincton jail charged with criminally assaulting Mrs Hainan tIll lion in this county somnd timeago WHS indicted here yesterday morning by the grand jury and when he was brought into court and the indictment was read squarelyinguilty Mrs Million appeared before the grand jury and testified to the facts of the assault The trial wits set for Tuesday April 17 the 14th day of LowrrwillMwsrs R E Roberts and T C Lowry were appointed to defend Lowry Richmonds Colored Poet George Albert Miller a teacher of the 5th Grade of the Colored Pnblic School has just issued a printed vol ume of poems dedicated to Mr and Mrs N B Deatherage of this city for whom he entertains grateful respect be cause they assisted him in procuring an education rhe title of the casket of Gems is Kentucky and Other Poem Price 25 cents at Perry Thomas Madison county has another colored poet Henry Laine of College Hill who really has decided talent his contribu tions have been accepted by several city papers Laine teaches school in tile summer and fall and attends Berea College in the winter He intends to finish with a university education and fit himself fora literary career Forcible Fcts Onesixth of the deaths from disease are due to consumption Nlnetyei lat per cent of all those who have used Discoverytorand permRntntlyeufOf1 Cornelius Mc- Cawley of Leechburg Armstrong Co Pa had in all 81 hemorrhages He says My doctor did all he could for me but could not stop the hemorrhages and all gave me up to died with consumption What doctors could bot do Golden Medical Discovery did It stopped the hemorrhages and cured caute This is one case out of thousands Investigate the facts FREE Dr Pierces great work The Peoples Common Senso Medical stampstoodecentstamps for paper coveredbook or 31 stamps for cloth binding Ad dress Dr It V Pierce Buffalo N Y Telephone Connection with Union Brassfleld and Panola The CLIMAX has been agitating the question of Increasing the telephone system out in the county and learns distinct pleasure that before ten lays have passed by the following new telephonieBrassfield and Union The line through Brassfield and Panula will be rapidly extended to Rices Station and on to Irvine the latter being on the hello line by May 1 In side of four weeks Speedwell will be connected Superintendent Baldwin has given us the best service in this section and willnot let up until every crossroad village and voting place has connection saysthatrln the countrys history he Intends to place a transmitter in the everyboxside of town will be enabled fc hear the speeches made in this city STATIONS NOW IS tiPKKATION The following points are already in connection with the Richmond ex Creek and Caleast CollegeBIllPanoln Irvine and Unionin course oferec thou StationWahlacetonMr Baldwin has placed 18 phones since January 1 MadiSM Circuit Cowl The Madison Circuit convened Mos JudgeTmonwealths Attorney Ben A Crutch er on hand to look after the States interests Nothing was done time first day except to empanel and ia truct the grand jury The docket te a heavy one and there are a number of importa- mit cases to be tried Yesterday morn ing William Settles charjted with time woundingJohl1IcHoneueer was of presstheotA S Harris for shooting exChief of Police J D Feedy was called next An order was issued yesterday morning to bring Dock Lowery the assailant of Mrs haitian Million from the Lexington jail where he bw been for safe keeping arid Dety Sheriff R W Colyer returned him on the ap m L c N train A numbecof witnesses were b for thA grand jury yesterday to Miify ia lila case and an imilctmeata lhthim hiss already been made oat Following are the nnnwa ol those eer looted to serve oa the Grand sad Petit Juries GRAND JURY GeorgeloIanlAlfred Dovglm ST Fo Rt Whit ttkrW DR Taylor G GPrewiUC r- lFoai Price GBBB 1 pB Shwkellord foremen fKIlt JUST OW8nnehG W Adaws Kobt HMTM Eaeews Burgis JM Comb WJ BUnttm EID 1JIrd N A Lord W B W iaJLjITM pin Walter JW oJ JU OriKH BobS Jemniun Jamern- ASWI Biehard JoiM 8 BtB1X BWiIhis Ah I Jfr rt wi W C Btefrntaft IhiiDed1J W rwel1 AYALzoPJz I will fill any order for you at the jewelrylinecatajoguetbamug you expense of ordering RespectfUlly jan3lyr DP ARMER Mills the Shoemaker bis HU Feriww at Las This item from the Lexington Leader fe interesting to many Richmond peo pie who remcnubcr the oM Confederate Hhoemaker who claimed while be lived here three years ago to have fallen agedfatherGOES TO MACON TO RUN A HOTEL interestingfamilylo take possession of a large and hand some hotel formerly The National novrThe Brown House just across fromjbe Grand Depot to which he has recently gained possession by the settle mont of a bug contested law suit Mr tllls v11I give positions in the hotel to Kentucky friends Last Saturday week Circuit ClerkS H Thorpe and the editor of this paper met Mr Mills in Cbxington he on his way then to Macon Ga tie was handsomely dressed and seem spiritslieLottie Stoy a handsome lady aged about fortv daughter of Mr O H Stoy KyMrall his Richmond friendsmany ot whom doubtless will be glad to hear of his good fortune That Electric Line lo Lexington is not Dead Yet The Lexington Herald of Sunday says that there seems to be a prospector materialization of the oftsuggested plan of connecting Lexington with neighboring cities by an electric railway systemSeveral days ago a gentleman from New York representing capalists of that city was in Lexington making es timates While here he had conferences with neveral citizens and the feasabiljty the plan was discussed lie has returned to New York to make a ret ort of his investigation THREE TOWNS CONSIDERED One of the men who conferred with the visitor said Estimates were made on the lines connecting Lexington with Richmond Versailles and Georgetown By calculating the inhabitants within four miles of the proposed route on either side the distance to be covered cost and other items railroad builders are able to compute the per cent that the investment will pay The gentle man who wasJiere estimated thata line trom Richmond to Lexington would pay 41 per cent the first year To Eastern capitalists this is large and I believe the opportunity will be accepted The approximate cost of the line is 150000 including a bridge at 50000ADVANTAGE TO LEXINGTON Lines from here to Georgetown and Versailles would probably costr5000 per mile says the Herald If a road should be built to Rich mond there would probably be a pleas are resort wbllsbedat the point where it crosses Kentucky river Water power there mightbs utilized to advantage that such a system would oe to Lexington would bo immense Business of all kinds would ted and Iventure tosay that over 1000 students would be added to our colleges As Eaty as Shooting Fish Mr Trix Baxter foreman of the res ervoir has created some little excite meat lately on account of some dis coveries he has made recently touch lug the disposition of a certain species of fish in lake Reba It appears that when Cot C S Powell was stocking the lake several years since he heard of a pecular kind of fish up in Ohio that grew to anenor mous size He managed to secure a few and placed them in the lake The few that he obtained appeared to 1ede lighted with their new home and especially to be charmed with the beauti ful blue grass that flourishes about the lake and grows to the waters edge Mr Baxter relates that a short time since he was walking aionnd the lake with gun In band thinking be might wing a duck the blue grass was beginning to shoot up but did not show nearer the waters edge than two or three feet He says he finally noticed a commotion in the grass and at first took the moving objects to be pigs nipping at the grass but on closer inspection saw that it was a whole drove of fish out in the grass and they were eating it with as much relish apparently as a goose Mr Baxter says he shot one of the larg est and the rest flopped back into the water with asmuch celerity asif it was a daily habit Mr Baxter first related the incident to Col Dan Dougherty Mr Dougher ty showed so plainly that ha did not believe It that Baxter insisted on him coming out and seeing for himself He said he hud not shot any more of the regularIllyOil Ian says he told Trix that he could not verify that fish story by him alone but that he would come out and bring some gentlemen with him Last Friday Col Dougherty In company with Judge Rice T J Smith Jr Euln Harris and A D Miller went out to the lake to see tho wonderful sight re ported by Baxter and to our surprise they all say that Trix told thefactsGBT Remarkable Care of Rbeanatism- KEENA JJackson to W Va About three years ago my wife had an attack of rheumatism which con fined her to her bed for over a month and rendered her unable to walk astep without assistance her limbs being swollen to double their normal size Mr S Maddox insisted on my using Chamberlains Pain Balm 1 purchas ed a bottle and used it accord- Ing to directions and the next morning she walked to breakfast without assist ancfr In any manner and she has not had a similar attack slnceJD Par sons For sale by Perry Thomas 4aprlm The Macrtim investigation will be condncted by the full House Committee on Public affairs In almost every neighborhood there is some one whose life has been savod by Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy or who has been cured of chronic diarrhoea by the use of tbat medicine Such persons make- a point of telling of twhenever opportunity offers hoping that it may be the means of saving other lives For leI by Perry Thomas 4aprlm A combination of time lime manufact- urerS of the South is on the point of completion Cuts wounds burns sprains and bruises quickly heal If yon apply Bal lards SnowsLiniment Price 25 and 60 cents Perry A Thomas 4aprlm During the past week charters have issued ttor three 100000 cotton mills in Texas Many people suffer untold tortures from p11cc because of the popular im pression they caNnot be cured wmcnre success Price 36 rente ta bottles 75 cents tubes Perry Thomas teprlra Conreeasi Bally hM opened his campaign five U Jte toIo from Texas Totter f4MMtXelieI lieulelnaMlyatlayedbykDfDL Many yery bad 3 ast bbe ap B oentljrcnrtdby it It u iqnsUy ei t for Itching pile u4 ahrY m resnidy for aon nippJe eha ped haft da I dlliWne frost bliss ttderaaic tore eye Mote pvrb eni are jaR Ivkurtvifeone aik wth bsJ- a r1ol M UW1 are JIIDt ftod but mdii tfo lsM ta to put a laone in i4e OhjN4hUc rice 2 I T 1 t i Uio THE LADIES TilLORMADE SUIT DEPARTMENT IT THE r BUSY BEE CASH STORE g If be a to to see our all De see to to a in all on are can in at a are be in to our of we are to our be our our be to Aa ta Is Are you sure of it Do cuts or heal Does your skin itch or you or back Old sores Foul Catarrh Are you If so your at once with B B B It the pure and rice sore a skin casss like cancer sore are by B B B for all and skin B B B is B B B and hu mor out of the and the It a trial It cures all else falls for 80 Sold at at 1 per lar e G full 5 So may test it atri free for it CO 430 ell Ga and free1 medical In in each is to find his own been a success far beyond ex pectation proprietors They therefore redoubled their energies in an entire new lot of Suits are showing present complete of Ladies Tailormade on anybody tyles d Fits eu r ntee our 1250 1500 of Ladies Tailormade Suits they are worth in instances price we for them ARE ALSO SHOWING ELEGANT LINE FINE LACE CURTAINSIt will treat any assortment of Fine Lace They comprise the new Point Callie Myrionetts Batenburgh Lace inserting effects Points etc Call our Curtains before buying we money CARPErS CARPETSYou dont have leave buy Fine We have most complete ever shown Richmond We have best in Ingrains Tapestrys Moquettes Boby Brussels Velvet Axminsters etc Full line of Linoliums Oilcloths Oil shades etc Our prices of goods much lower than be anywhere We have largest of Matting shown city commence lOc for goodmatting SHOES AND SLIPPERSWe showing of Ladies Fine Shoes Slippers that cant surpassed by large shoe store order introduce shoes thorough making some SPECIAL CUT PRICES in Dont fail look through Shoe Department You surprised at the Fine Quality of Ladies Childrens Shoes will aneyeopener you see you soon we AND FUES BLOOD CVEX Offer Proving1 Faith Sufferers your blood scratches slowly burn Have pimples Eruptions Aching Eczema Boils Scrofula Rheumatism breath pale purify Blood Balm maltes blood heals every and gives clear smooth hoaltlry Deepseajed ulcers eating painful swellings poison quickly cured made especially obstinate troubles different from other remedies because drainsthe poisons blood entire system symptoms cannot return Give when horoughly years drug stores large bottles treatment sufferers given away absolutelv Write Address BLOOD BALM Mftch street Atlanta Write today Describe trouble given small Russia truest expected bed clothing Has the of the have put and at the most line and Medium Priced Suits ever placed sale by See 750 1000 and line beauties and many double the ask 7E AN OF lady Curtains things and Irish and will save you home Carpet the line the things Brussels this line had the line ever this Our prices line and any and line more this line will and and prices you bones blood blood blond tested bottle advice i OUR DRESS GOODS and Pretty Wash Fabrics are the talk ofWe are agents for The + the town You cant afford not to see American Lady orsetthem ThisCorset is given up to fbe the most perfect fitter OUR CLOTHING DEPARTMENT and most comfortable of is clwek full of good things for Men anybodyallanyway Our prices styles and quali O H tties are all fitters If you expect to need +++ a or pair of pants give us a trial Thanking for past favors and hoping to at our BUSY BEE CASH STORE are very respectfully W D OLDHAM COMPANY RICHMOND MT STERLING GEORGETOWN Botanic bottle hotels Fine Mothers Beware of those secret robbers of your babys quiet and health Those sleepless and long hours ot tiresome vipil are caused by those terrible enemies of childhood worms Destroy and remove them with Whites Cream Vermifuge Iaico 25 rents Perry Thomas Japrlm The Christian Endeavor society is represented in every county in the world The lIt in the World We believe Chamberlains Cough Remedy is tIe best in the world A few weeks ago we suffered with a severe cold and a troublesoiue cough and hav lug read there advertisements in our own and other papers we purchased a bottle to see if it would effect us It cured us before the bottle was more than halt used It is tho best medicine out for coughs and coldfi The Herald Anderson Ind For sale by Perry Thomas 4aprlm CapeTownThose horrid fits of depression mel ancholy low spirits and sudden imta bilih that sometimes afflicted even goodtempered people is due to the blood being permeated with black bile Herbine will purify the bloodrestore health and cheerfulness Price 50 eta Perry Thomas 4aprlm FENCESo- methingNew In Farm Fence 11 veAgentsKy This is a wire fence of ten strands No9 coil wire and five oak slats to the rod Tnis is the original patent COIL t WIRE and none like it has ever been sold in Madison County before WE PUT IT UP FOR YOU Agents for Buckeye Binders and Mowers also Coal tHay Lime Salt Cement etc Ii LETCHER WITTfTELEPHONE 142 For coughs and colds there is no medicine so effective as Coussens lIon ey of Tar It is the ideal remedy Price 25 cents and 50 cents Perry Thomas 4aprlm An automobile omnibus services has boon established on the Isle of Man between the various towns and summer resorts J f tpeoplet ing take Herbine it will impart vigor and vitality Price 50 cents Perry Thomas 4aprlm J Since the Tyrol first offered a bounty on poisonous snakes iu 1893 it has been paid on 3171 snakes J+ i t ffi Fffi IGRAND OPENING I 11 OF + t SPRING SUITINGS 1 +WE HAmlEB CEEJlLPEST MD MOST COMPLETE LINE IOF HECE GOODS TO SHOW YOU fE i C0ME VjrlLr YOUR PICK vi5W0your measure at jiqm 11200 fOral O patterns to select from at MI n JBSIPOUFFERSITiEtIj I fii Ltt Y J 1 i lIi 1 i ii iiJlIIF r l I tsowstho h It ISNOtVI THE LA6ETHER THAT MAlES OUR SuitsWe Best use good material but anybodycan buy good material It is the fit and As lnQiB W rkm nsniJf well as the good material which make our garments so emi nently satisfactory ll S STOUT D II sIliidllhIctO- ne r Door East of WDOldh- um on Main Street f b2Ily Ver New Is QURLIE OFV 1901VlOJt Which we have recent h ly tiSea to oUr stock cT We have connecteitwith- usMr W LLEEDS whose reputation as an interior Decorator is well established and in guaranv We also carry a complete line of the very freshestand purest drugs druggist sundries articles and stationery Please call and examine our stock before purchasing else where as we will take pleasure in showing you our goods whether you buy or not Hespt PERRYg THOMAS r WMI- Halo street Richmond Ky PHONE NO 75IanllIy 21 OF YOUR LIFE Is spent in shoes Why not wear the best and those that will be a comfort Some people go about complaining about their shoes hurting their feet This can all be avoided if you buy your shoes from us Our NEW SPRING and STMMER St ck of SHOEShave arrived and we are ready to serve you TilE FINEST AND BEST IN LADIES SHOES We have an excellent time New coined styles The shoes everybody wants AREBERE Remember we an- do just a little better than others best Come init will only take a few minutes to show you AND DONT FORGET about our line Of childrens shoes New StylesNew Goods SAME LOW PRICES OUR MENSSHOES Are just a little ahead of style We never in all our past of experience in the shoe business offered finer line of Stylish Shoes Wo also have an extra good line of Heavy Shoes Call and see us Youre always welcome FREEMAN BROS IOPP MAIN COURT STREET UO SERICHMONDKY S A WILSON P II 51 PKES CM KENNEDY P 51 H SECT RICHMOND SOIIOOL AND llIFIRMARY OF MAGNECTIC HEALING RICHMOND KY We teach and practice this method of MAGNETIC HEALING as does Prof Weltmer of Nevada Mo We treat any and all diseases without the use of drugs or medicine Come and see us Consultation free We also give absent treatment Terms reasonable VVV Office and treating rooms 1 2 3 and 4 GARNETT HOUSE opposite court house Richmond Ky Branch office Newby Ky Address all correspondence to VV Ce K KENNEDY Secy EENTOCKY CABR1 AGE WORKS JOHN DONELSON PROPRIETOR We say it we mean it we can prove ItOur Vehicles the BEST our PRICES tile LOWEST BIGHGRADE CARRIAGES I CULTIVATE theIrfa that below a certain price it is impossible to IfJE3 manufacture good farm implements or machinery or good HAHOVAREof any kind Then why try to use such INFERIOR STUFF Repairs ifrn are constantly necessary and the old machine t gives out before it haS made a return of fifty 3 per cent on your outlay We guarantee VULGAN REPAIRS to COST LESS than any f1Jotberplow repairs While werefuse to handle ty of goods our pric jnil lear corn paris n with any house reputed to be y ry 1TAYLQR OJI WASHINGTON LETTER rv The act of Senator Beveridge of IudiBR1 la introducing a free trade asaeadBient to the Porto Ricau bill with the proviso that the Constitution shall not be understood to be extended to that island has6tirred up fresh dime cnlties among the Republicana in Con gress The worst of the situation from a party standpoint is that Mr Feve ridge took his action after consultation with the President it is understood that the President advocates the mean ure If this is McKinlvy has flopped again leaving the thirty odd Republi cans in the House whom lie induced to vote for the original bill out In the basIegation into the greatest confusion bit it lias upset tha course of proce ilnreof the ponce committee of the Senate However no action will be taken for some time yet and it is fond ly hoped by the G O P that some means ontof the tangle may be found that will etill Wees Porto Rico without wrecking the party The part the Tobacco Trust has played in Porto Rican affairs is rapidly coming to light It seems that the Trust triedto buy the entire leaf tobac co crop of the island at starvation prices and that the pUnteis refused to 8111ho Trust accordingly threatened that it would compel them to sell It prevented action by Congress as long as possible anti when it became in evitable it advjtael and forced through the 15 per cent duty ThIs it mutt be remembered does not mean 15 percent of the value of the goods but 15 per cent of the Dingley rates of duty Leaf tobacco costs from 20 to 40 cents a pound in Porto Rico The Diugley tax is L5 a pound Fifteen per c ntol thin is 28 cents which makes the duty oa Porto Rican tobacco from 70 to 140 per cent ad valorem This will absolutely prevent its export and will sooner or later enable tim Trust to bny it up at its own price Then the Treat will advocate the re moval of the duty aud bring its booty in freeThe country need not be surprised to wake up some fine morning to find itself involved in a war with China riie meaning of the mysterious con centration o the Asiatic squadron in Chinese waters has at last leaked out and shows as many people imagined it would that the United States has practically engaged to do Englands Oriental work for her while she is sup pressing liberty in South Africa It shows too that there was more truth than peotry in the stories of a British GermanAmerican alliance From a source that is absolutely accurate the facts in tho case have been ascertained The maneuvers of the American fleet which ia now the largest in existence at any ono place are directed not towards a lot of miserable Chinese rioters as has been intimated but towards our old time friends Russia The Admlnsiratlon and Great Britain putting their heads together have concluded that Russia meditates directing the powerful armaments that she has collected against China where with connivance of the Empress she will expell the British and other nations and divije up Chinese territory between herself aud France The chances are that the Russian designs are directed merely against Britain but this from the administration standpoint is as bad as if they were directed against ourselves Secretary Hay is therefore taking every precaution to prevent British interests being injured in China while the i8bUMV in South Africa He has collected in Chinese waters on one prctextor another the Oregon Monad nock New Orleans Castine Newark and Atlanta rho British and German fleets have also been quietly increased and Japan is working night and day to net her vessels into readiness Alto gether it is evident that the President means to fight for the Chinese trade if there is the least need of doing so Having declared war against the Filipinos without any authority from Con gress he will not findVit difficult to re peat the process with regard to Russia Besides it would be a good idea to fire tbe American heart just before election The United States troops in the Philippines are about to be withdrawn to the sea coast until after the rainy season President McKinldy objects to this because of the effect an unfinished war in those islands will have on the coming election but there is no way out of it- TheJarge forces maintained in mountain districts pursuing Filipinos will have to be withdrawn to the coast towns leaving small detachments to look after guerrilla bands Gen Otis has made no official report as to his views of the present situation after nearly fivo months of active campaign work in which Gen Lawton Gen Mc Arthur and Gen Young were the most active and determined pursuers of Agnlnaldo and lila supporters It cannot be forgotten how freely it was predicted by army experts both here and at Manila that with an army of 65000 affording an active field force of 40000 the uprising would be crushed before the wet season Agninaldo captured and the war at an end But dispatches giving accounts of fighting are still being received every day The ship 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shipper or the traveler or any return for the money invested lurther than the stimulating of the shipbuilding Industry line never been seriously con sidered by European WM LLOYD GARRISON THE FAMOUS ABO LITIONIST BITTERLY DENOUNCES MKINLEYS ADMINISTRATION In an address on The Irresponsible Conflict Between Imperialism and De mocracy delivered before tbe Bnai Ziorr Educational Societsat Boston William Lloyd Garrison said Today in the minds of all think lug people in America and in Great theta is iv single absorbing question It goes by the name of imperialism McKinley in his speech at New York last week as sured his hearers that Imperialism is impossible in country The asser was forced by the consciousness that an attempt to enthrone tht policy is on loot and by his own order JtKINLEY TIlE CREATURE In our present dayof storm and stress to many minds William McKinley stands responsible for the nation retrogression How blind to mistake the creature for the mater the producer How 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