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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 r I i 1 1 r1l v i I TT11 Ii 1Cfi 0NI11 cIlllEIpv1LA H1LL 1 rf I M V j d =t V o II I PVOLUME 4 r i 1v RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUX1KYW EDESffAYPRIT4J49OO1UMEER 45 u rr nEPAirirna AND ThrRING PINE VArcH A SPECIALTYI s s D a cau AH WorkUnaranteed MAIN STREET RICHMOND KY rr rAvoR ITE n A IOv CJ 1 ee WH ISKY r u LL- ClUARTS Delivered Expressage paid anywhere directly acooS sIble to Adams American or U S Express In plain box without any marks Indicating contents Guaranteed an absolutely pure OLD KENTUCKY VHrSlCEY direct from Kentucky Reference Any bank express company or com mercial agency In loulsvlllb LUG G8LDEWEY S C23VLMainSLLoi1syi1ay Woman f Hanufactorsd by THE FLOREHSE HEDICiHE CD Red Oak S I 6 PROFESSIONAL CARDS ArrotT J R E ROBERTS KENTUCKY aOffioe over Climax Office with Js B Mc Irtary Second Street RVI MILLER ATTORNEYATLAW RICHMOND KflVyCCKT Office In the Bnrnsm Building next door to armers N tloual Bank feb3ly SULL1V8NJE ATTpnVBVATLAW RICHMOND KENTUCKY Offite over Slate Hank TriiatQp op positctiourt Hoise on Main Street J G D M OI1UNA UJr ATTORNEYS ATLA1V RICHMOND KKNTUCKY Oilice on second street over Chen all Its grocery W R LETCHER A RICHMOND KBVTDCKY fli e T Ptnith Jr over CIIII tOIl t1itlIe4l34 prc AttolIUJy atrLaw Mbrlv Uuildinc Ricbond Ky p r J TL5OI J i so ATTOUNISYATLAW ntcnsioxu SENTUCEY- rOllce in Prather Bntldins Main Etrect iriSOuUS DKS G B30X GIBSON PH Yd IOTA AW fATl SUROKOfiS KiHMOM KENTUCKY Office in the Joe Iclin I1 10 Sec ond Street over Woue old druc lore 17 ClIAS CV IIUQICKU fEfEKllfAUl SURGEON Gradunif Ontario Veterinary CoUeye Veterinary Dentistry aod Bterilltrn Sreclalty- HrfOffieeat my utable on corner Flrstand Wjter Streets CUcliuioiirt Ky apr7ly If C JASLELi jL D Metliciiic and Surgery Olh6Prathtr Uiiildina Main Street Telephone nt tetulenee the Carr yUce on Uroiidway- RICHMOND KENitcry t EvAsI GW PlI YS CIAN AND SDRGKOK RICHMOND KKNTUCKY SE1TTAL Sun ERY lT X1XTt t ltODSOt CESTIST or LoUISVILLE Ky eyOfflce next door to Qoyernment Building BichmSnd Ky Office bours 9 to 4 novl7ly IJl FRED SMITH f j DENTIST esrOfflce overTAylur D rot Hardware Store Main Street Jsnl2ly Big four Route jrarnific nt Vestihuled Twine with uu equaled Blnlag Car Sarvee to Lake Front Entrance ST LOUIS Via Merchants Bridge No Turfiiel BOSTON v Only IJaroURh Steeping CarS Line NEW YORK V- Onjy Depot In the Cty4 t Fast Schedules Fine Equipment n ISniooL1iracksWARREN j LYNCH WD tpf QenL PMS Tkt ArtA atT4it- I KRWBS GeaJk1ItaAtt 17ffcrir1fA O 491 The New ATTORNEYATLA- WIUCHMOND ttolnl1fllt7lAlJ LoWry CHICAGO Is the acm Ia BEAUTY HEALTH r A SBDay ofir home treatment for fi The Liidr Florenre J fmtl cure r etl ol 5know too drama upon their healtn 7 andatrenitheau46l by aliments to ec The Lndy Remedy Is not a care but Is a cnre for diseasei of woman prescriptionIcan andturRpoa who aatreatedmoro tcases of female dimifg perhaps Ulan one other Individual It now Is offered for the first Woe In this country within too reach of rIM sOne paciczeo affords relief In the most obstinate Iowa U o buiMipt Florene IT IS NO BURDEN when a PIANO orORGANis pur chased here Our fystenv ofv easy payments enables any one tben jny tlic music ot 2Tct sthttswithout deprivinfr thenWlves of necessary comforts Ono of theso INSTRUMENTS would make a superb HOLIDAY PKESENT Why not como in and look at these specialbargains HARDING RIEHM H G KENT AGENT RICHMOND KY CRITICALLY INSPECTED onr line of- Watches Dinmot- dsGIddSiihrJwe1r Sil verwaro and Novelties will be found to possets many qualities whiqli hu prigfe would lead you to sup pose Were lacking The showing of UOLlbAY GOODSf Ls not a parade of Fiiperanuated voter ans but an attractive display of NEW AD KOVBL GOODS both useful and ornamental vv F J YEMIER I CIRCULATI Q YASH BOILER- I PAT AllOWED MARCH 15m 1899 I BOTTOM SHOWING COILED COPPER STEAM PIP ES IadeUilrJ artn III icarln of clothe I rYInih Iii V aili Iar ihrefoxti- I of the labor etna lor circular I Prfrect1 Tin SOO I oirrCotton 400 Jojjcr 600 Fion Ike rereipt ofnlinye prIce sIIl cx- prca prpftl4 fur ur above I Waling Wash Boiltr Gir so i Tine S ClnetDnaU Ohio Itaetn VMTO F +CALL IT+ + + + olfllSALOON PARLOR WHEN IM TOWN j Coolest and most ref reshinj of drinks that can be foun ill the city are dispensed- by 1W late and accoinmo- dating clerks MHtM S4rtof Watif Kept M Tap r PbotMt3 Second St t of C fJfQ1 ANNOUNCEMENT f t OB cbratr ciEiuc AUCIKAVAXAUGU t to tle action of fh Democratic Party BAYDURNto the action of the Democratic Party We are authorized to announce D lU TEVIS a candidate for County Clerk subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce Sf It subject JESSECOBBto the action of the Democratic party FOR 8II1KJIP PWAGERSconnyT iibject to the actipn of the Democratic are authorized to announce JOHN W forSheriffparty MARTINaENTRYcounty subject to the action of the Democraticparty BDROADDUSsubject to the action of the Democratic party rca ASSESSOB OLDRAMcounty subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce JAB L MadlsQocountynbjectparty We are authorized to announce GEORGE NOLAND a candidate for Assessor of Madison county subject to the actlonof the Democratic prtyi WDEATHERAGEsubject to the action of the Democratic party We are lIut11o lzedtoa nounce BUD DUNN of the Glade District a candidate for Assessor subject to the action of the Democratic party Fog JAILED cLACKEYcounty subject to the action of the Democratic party GPARRISUcounty subject to the action of the Democratic are authorized to announce JACK ROSS candidate for Jailer of Madison county for theDemocratl PERKINSaction oftliei Democratic party We are authorized to announce N B JONES countysubjectFOB SCHOOL SCFEBIHTEJfDJQrr WWAGERSthe office of Superintendent of County Schools subject to the action of the Democratic party WASHINGTON LETTER The Porto RicJiri bill is likely to come to a Tote at almost any moment Tht Jtepuhlicans have abandoned the hope of party harmony and those in favor of a tariff intend to carry through their programme by brutal force if necessary According tp the latest de cision the civIl government and tariff features will tjo reicotnbiiiedInasine bill which will be amended BOBS to provide that the cereal products of the northwestfrom States whose Senators areavowedly in favor of free trade shall be put upon the free list The 15 per cent protection to trusts goods en tering the United States is to continue or time present When tile Porto Rican Legislature has devised some means of rising revenue to take the plftceof tariff dues free trade jstpen sue This the tnjscrable makeshift to which the G 0 P has come In its ef forts to subserve the interests of Mr Henry Oxnard Time most important feature of theproposition is that it will have to go back to the House to be again voted upon and there is certain to be a merry time wlietf It dOeL The bill passed the body by a majority of oily eleven votes in the first place and it is reasonably certainthat more than jleven Republicans will manage to be tbsent and unpaired when a new voted taken so as to let the Democrats de feat the billIu other words the Hen ate is going tq leave the House to lake care ofJtseliV The Senators will urge that thev modify the bill Inthe direction of free trade but that the wick ed House refused to agree with them Senator Manna and Representative Payno have denounced invfblent lan guage the assertion printed in the Star of this lty that a Republican member rf the House had stated to ozThof its reporters that the tariff bill was adopted as the JlI ltf d the trusts and the Republican party the former agreeing to furnish on immense campaign fund in return The Star which is a Republican paper clean and nonsensational has replied as follows The interview was hail as reported in the Star Friday vitha Republican member of time House who supported the PortUicauTariff bill with his vote- It was written a very short time after the conversation between the Repre sentative nd the Star reporter closed This fact can be supported by the oath- of the manwho wrote the interview who is perfectly willing to take oath te it Something mpre than denials will be necessary to silenc tliis assertion It is beginning to dawn upon theRe publicans that the slowness ot Philadel pha in putting up that 100000 cam Every woman loves to think of tJrt time when a soft llttls body all her bosomfq1Jysatisfying ths heart of every codlim Pi But yet there a black hovering about the pretJ picture br mltld Which her witi lerrr Idread of childbirth takes away much of the foyof motherhotfd tdet If need not bo so For sometime there has been upon the market wellknown And recommended by physicians a llslment called liMiterS filchwhich makes childbirth as simple and as nature Intended It It Is a strengthening penetrating liniment which the skin readily absorbs It andyigorlrevent3 ness and thc loss of the girlish figure An Were1toneedfotberslrend again I would obtain 8 bottles if I had topay 96 pr bottle for itGet Mother Friend at tho drug store per tattle TIlE EfUDfKlfl KGUUTOK CO wta Ga Wrtteiof orrr ellltjstr ted book It Before Baby Is Bora pnfcn fund is only a sample of the general iiuliffQrenpt ibafc tUivprty will experience in raising money fpr he etcHq1Q1 IL an q a Jnx Limit irony the sugar andutobaccatriista for imposing a duty on Porto Rico which seems imupmobaliepowiliat the proposed tarffttiaa been milch cut down and Unless It can persuade time shipbuilders to contribute on the strength of the gift enterprise bill hay ing been reported to the House with tho promise of passage at the next Ses sion it will bo in a bad way fur money The cnrrency bill passed re cently Tcills the goose that laid time golden egg for no banker will now con tribute to Insure its passage The tariff is alao out of politics for at least fonr years and tho manufacturers cannot longer have tneir lilt fried 6iif of them Altogether the GO P is in a bad way It must fall back on Usold plat form Three cheers for tha flag and God save jijcKinley- Evidence bearing on t leltarjT the mother of trusts assertion is fuuIsii ed by the figures in regard to ItAd wldcli is In he hands pfone ptthe most rapacious trusts in the conntry Lead is sold in Londpn forQQ a hum dred pounds and In New York for 170 Tbq differenqfl In price reprwente the Dlngley tariff by means of wilch the trusts is able to export some 5000 pro a year from the American cougumQrs Lead entets into the composUjon ot every house hat Is built apcUntQ that of thousands of other articles It will be seen therefore that the tariff fosters the trust and enables it to put its hands into the pockets of every man in the country and that the trust further takes full advantage of its opportunities How far some of tho Republican ira mperialiets are willing to go in the way of violation of national honor was slrown when Senator Lodge of Mama chusetts wrote to Chairman Knox of the House Committee of territories stating that if he had been present when the Hawaiian bill passed the Senate he would not have consented to the adoption of the clause for a dele gacin Congress or making Hawaii eli gible for statehqpd He urged Mr Knox to lay the matter before the House Committee on Territories and if possible to strike out those two prO- visions Timers was some discussion in the committee over tbe letter but finally in view of tho feeling in the country in regard to Porto Rico it was decided that it would not bo well to stir rip any further trouble bv betray ing Hawaii and the clauses were per mitted to remain unchanged It is quite probable that the Supreme Court will be able after all to decide whether or no Porto Rico Is a part of the Ignited States without the necessi totthepassingofany tariff law by Congress A petition for certiorati and habeas corpus has been filed in tbeSupremo Court in behalf of Ramon Baez who was convicted of violating the election laws of Porto Rico He was convicted by a provisional court established by the military authorities after tire close of the Spanish war His attorney takes the position that lime provisional court was without jurisdic tion to try and convict the prisoner saying 1lIe was held to answer for an infamous crime and was convicted thereof and is now restrained of bii liberty and confined at hard labor with out a presentment or indictment of a grand jury previously returned ainst him This not being a case arisingiu the land or naval forces or in the militia in actual service either in time of war tor public danger Tbe ordinary civil courts of the territory wherein he was a resident were open and exorcising their ordinary Jurisdiction and therein he should have been tried it stalL If the Constitution extends to Porto Rico Baez was entitled to a jury trial if it does not he is entitled to just what the President and tongrees may choose to crant him and nothing more A Life sad Death Fight froWA Hines of Manchester j la writing of his almost miraculous escape from death says Exposure after measlesinduced serious lung trouble which ended in Consumption I had frequent hemorrhages and coughed night and day All my doctors saiI- must die Then I begun to use Dr Kings New discovery Consumption which completely cured me I would not bo without it even if it cost 500 a bottle Hundreds have used it on my recommendation and all say it never LungIITrial bottle free at Perry Thomas drug store 4 A REMARKABLE NEGRO BOY Glasgow Republicans Not long since a postofGce inspector who was visiting tho different post offices through this section stopped at Savoyard a well known place in Met calfti county On calling for the postmaster a colored boy about thirteen years of age stepped farward and said The postmaster is not in but I am the deputy His name is John Tjiomp son and on investigating the poetoSice books were found to be kept in first class style John Is a remarkable boy All the drummers who called at that place know hut well and proDouace I him AS Jiaving a superior intellect He has full charge and control of Mr Whit Thdropsdns store He Is polite and courteous and is pnrsuingat his lewure moments a regular course of etatly elHlraCiflg algebra geometry astrono my nnd other sciences He keeps well posted onthe topics ot the day Heis said by his friends to be EHother Fred Douglas Mr Whit Thompson who owns the store and hola one of the most prominent cltizeBs in Metcalfe county says lie coald HOt get along without John No family can afford to bo without One Minute Cough Cure It will Btoji a cough and cure a cold quicker than any other medicine writes CW iame Stmrljn Run Pa It cure croup bronchitis and all Ihimmat adlung troubles and prevents eokimrap ties Pltwsaat and berHilijw Perry k Tboaii Mr McKinley IMW re awted Oen Joe Wheeler to withdraw kk ttrigm tlon and remain in the army bQtCHn WheetorhM HOt yet deciikd tdo ao HebMlMjdveB to uckor Mad that itLewill remain in iW army IM CM faIthat MM il- d I COLCHINN ANNOUNCES HE WILL ADORN THt LECT URE PLAFORM Frankfort Democrat KentUQkimis will read with a great deal of satisfaction the news that Col Jack Cliinn the devoted friend of the late Senator Gpcbel whowps willi huh thou he was shot has announced that he will shortly take the lecture platform His subject will be the political situation in Kentucky beginning with the campaign lor the IJemocratlcguber natoral nomination and covering de tails of the regular campaign the con test assassination trials of suspects and allother occurrences relating to It Col Chiun says he will visit all the leading cities and will devote the entire proceeds to the Goebel Monument Fund He has he says received ofr fers from a number of theatrical organizations askIng bint to go on the stage and this suggested the lecture tour W II Shipman Beardslev JIlunr nnder oath says he suffered from dys pepsin for twentyfive years Doctors FinallIynow eats what he likes and as much as he wants and he feels like a new man It digests what you eat Perry and Thomas DETECTIVE ARMSTRONG JALKS Detective Armstrong says We have sufficient witnesses and evidence to bang some people The best part about the whole bnisncss is that when the cases come to trial and all the witnessed are introduced Ute differentstages of the plot to kill Uoebnt will be made so plain that there will not be ajuan woman or child in the State who will not believe the men are guilty The implication of every man will be proved so thoroughly that no one can doubt his guilt Do you mean to say that It ran be proved that all the men now under ar restareguiltya I did not specify replied lie Isimply said that we would hangseveral men and when the cases against thorn are made out by the prosecntion no one will say that they should not hang Time man who actually shotQoebel has not been arrested bUt lie isl nQwn I can say positively that he is not a negro Heisawhite man and a Republican Furthermore two or more witnesses will be introduced who will swear that they saw this man shoot Ooebels beUevgthe evidence against him will be so overwhelming that lie will tell the whole story Now as strange as it may seem in my opnion Youtsey is more guilty than either the man who concocted the plot to kill fJoebel or the man who tired tho fatal shot The public may doubt this but will be found that Youtseys connection with the con spiracy put him in the foreground all the timeSThe Appetite of a Goat Is envied by aUpoordyspeptics whose Stomach and Liver are out of order All such should know that Dr Kings New Life Pills the wonderful Stomach and Liver Remedy gives a splendid appetite sound digestion and a regu lar bodily habit that insures perfect health and great energy Only 26 cents at any Drugstore 4 ACTING SENSIBLY I ancaiter EtcordI Notwithstanding Jact that the State Is stirred from stem to stern over the political contests the people of Lancaster as a rule are going along In a quiet way attending to their business and not worrying over the outcome Of course most everyon feels an inter estinthematter but those who have any business to attend to are pursuing the even tenor of their way and find little time to discuss the question The majority want pcaceand amicable set tlement of the matter but they dont quit work td discuss the ways and wherefores Of course there are some who have nothing elseto do who hug the store stoves and do a powerful chance of gassing but as they only listen to one another no harm ili one The storestove orator may hold away but the business men waste few words on the came saysImost wonderful medicine quick and safe It Is time only harmless remedy hat gives immediate results It cures MigViH colds croup bronchitis grippe whooping cough pneumonia and throat and lung diseases Its eary use pre alwayslikeThomas Time Kentucky Stock Farm published at the Hub of the Horse Universe Lexington Kentucky The lending paper of America devoted to the Light Harness Horse Invaluable to everyman interested in the breeding raising litCorIubiishmedfamous Blue Grass region TJieJK fttucky Stock Farm is theau thority on every question reTating to the horse Now is tire time to snl scribe For ninety days vre we enabled to offer The lentuckyStock Farm and The CLIMAX for ODe year for 2 25 Write at once and get the Best Horse Paper DZ Amorica ft LiriC U is Nie hay Takn LaxatiseBromoQutnInQ Tablets All druggists refurid the if if falls to cure 25c1EWorGes signature ison Elasb box oct256m IJJIteatll look Alike to the in yentpr who Jiiw mAde hit first invention arid looks forward wltlrylsfoas of un told wealth to the blneribboo and roil seal of the patent document It Is only when be iegins to exploit his patented inveiitiooa that he learns thai theclalm is the life of tbe patent and by its construction the iqiwl stand or fan bevarbt or val ueless Pirtjittfar Prqtwiipfi n is the cardinal princjipk dl the business of E 1G ers Jtent tawytr Waelilnx tonIC Lyou wjwt6n h pttteatp write him 1o are Itpyol thii1la thfe bp ot apt t IVkNIio diif Tefleewhoyou rnpro C Llww periftbe blood ImviKorate the body tuwog Wjtt1 IinouiIumir II iE 7i TRUST RULE- Shhiagovcrnmeuit 1 is ruled by trusts Even governmental work which could be lOllqlndr goyfttiraeplai control Ifl turned over JOIIivllJe qp cerns This is financial folly and official recently UiHpuso CpinmJttqft on NavalAffairs votedto pay 54a ton for armor instead of the maximum price of7M0 dcumaiiiieUby CWigrese It Is proposed that Umisbody of trnste panderers to put 05 government ships under construction in private yards when the Jovernmerit navy yards prepared to do tlmework are un Jpioved t No other nation is guilty of such criminal extravagant stupendous folly England works her navy yards jo full T iseal jslio will JiuJId two battleships two flrstclafa armored cruisersthreeBmallcruis ra and losloops in govern mental navy yards and only one torpedo boat sviUbeconstruct ed hyn IriVateCOUC0rfl France fallows the lead of England ostvillbe seep from the following statistics I astjcacs French naval pro grain of uewconstruc ton nnderiWay or tobe beguninclnded 7 bat ershipsall built in time navy yaals 14 first class armored cruisers 8 built in navy yardsaiulGJjy contract 4 last cruisera 1 bniluili a uavyyardand3byeontraetla- uid 83 Bmxll crafts mid torpedo boats 21 in public and 62 in private yards Tho government yards it wlllbeob seived get the most important and responsible parts ot the work What argumeiithastheNaval Contj mittee of this governmentfpr itaetupid rand extravagant action Simply that the government should not go into pri vale business It this is a good argument let the govetnmenMurn over the postoffices to private contractors Express com fpftnies would like to carry the mails limit postmasteraRro neetiqd by McKinley to work uphis political boom ThIS joveimintemlt makes its own guns Let it make its own gun platforms In the shape of great biittloshlps Con can settle this matter antI its piain duty f6tpQyerruJBthe Naval Committee DOESSOVEREIGNfliIIEAN TRYANNY1 Does siicTi a legal relation elween the Federal government and Federal territories Imply tyranny By no menus TWoVdconceptioVof the col onies priWarily for the bcneflfof the moIjer country It wasagaTnstts11ch a system that the Americas coloniesjof Great Brillan and of Spain revolted and fistabllsHed tljelr indtfpendenee Time new p ucepion of fiolpnles implies their go vernment primarily foe their own encfilH is this conception which thd unileeCanadaftnd Great BrilLin Vy jpIlf 3 rPoe jdieijpato than sihk and yot stronger than steal In short this relation of the United States to itftferrltorieS is based riot on greedTbut on a sqnse of dhtyl It implies the olH AnuloSaxon safeguards for personal property It implies local selfgovernment far mpierlndiedth n Is enjoyed by thesljlstrictpf Columbia But it ahio implies that federal citizen ship in the United States Is a high privilege not tube grantediliitIy andj only tb be won by jprpyed desert It implies finally that statehood in the American union is the imigliostprivi lege n1l10 Which nO territOry has nn a priori right and wiuplt beTfi after will be bestowed cbairly and only after long dciberationFroiim The Constitution and tie TerrltoVy by Harry Prattjuaionirvthe American Mouth Iv Review of Reviews for April Governor Beckhams mother swcura that lit was thirty years oldlastAugust It Is believpil that tlmci Rip Ucills will attempt to iuiyaliaiotiiyimleiico lmy proving thatshe wasnt there when 1t- 1bappeimedGisisgow Times Two weeks ago a rmfilewas held in EurekaKauSasiU aW of tile local brats baudaud ope pf Jh prizes offered was a marriage license aucf1t free wedding ceremony This was won by Henry Peniiington aged sixt34Oultyears who at fJncqjnr9 ftqel toliunt Op J bride On Monday last heappearedbefore the Probate Judge with Rebecca Smith aged fifty seven and the two were made ode WmmIf you have it you know it You know all aboutrhetheavy fticingi- nthestomachlhe fonriationof gasv he I nausea SICk headaChe and general weakness of the whole body Youcanthaveriraweek- wlthptit lytiUf bio id being impure tn your nerves all exhausted Therms juit one remedy for you Ir f 3SarsaparitiaTher about it Yotirgrand jMirenti took if Tas an old Sarsaparilla before other sarsapaHHas were n ItmIdetheword IS Sarsaparilla famous over the whole world 7hCrnotirsa-pariila like k fnafcjind power tp pure its II The leader othiaiILIN c Mils AdisAyers Pills tare o iMrp Honk After wifftiHhHf tenJbrjr I WM icM sa Iyvoer IrUS I MWf ii a aew na I wI sdbs ili nhy tetctstiw t ttriiIIMItte- Iaulee s4o e 1lC IJftNa jJ I v auS 7f crfu r DLba a e c f Iii lotiislkLandnian We4t f wilt beat M StMilleraresVdenceseeVJna door I o POatofllce Elchrflbad Ky on W1DAYIiRIL 11 19dOr- etnrnlng1 every second Wednewlay o each month Eeference every physician of RIch mondEy tnayllr Dr R Mdstem 4 The Optic peclalisijjfi of So 541 Fourth Azeno i IxmUrillQ willbqat tUeQlyndon lint UchpWQd WEDNESDAY APRIL 18 returning one day each month Eyes exam Incd arid glasses ltllicAl1r adjusted J i t 11 t tEJ HEAtfQtJXTpRSFOR SEWING MACHINES AND SEWING MACHINE SUPtJrIESJJI Orders taken iior PIANOS and ORGANS Repairing a Specialty 2 OFFICE opposite Court- House with Freeman Bros Janl7ly Remember I Thdt I have purchased thestockof s re cently owned by Mr Ji M AsbillneUr L N De pot and amnow prepared to furnish and deliver fresh goodsto any part of the city at the loyirest prices I shall continue tQtnt1 1 PRODUCE A SPECIALTY tiid r more for Poultry1 Butter Eggs Hides ip than any house in Rich mbnd It Avjll certainly prove profitable to you to get my prices before dis posing dfjanyJilungiii this line fl LG0W jan2ltf KodoIDyspepsia Digests what you eat aidsNature orIantjand tonic No other preparation InIHeartburn1Flatulence SickHcadachcGa8traIaiCrampsand ImperfectdigestionPrepared For sale by Perry Thom 8 7 r PATENTSDEsiGlls NTABILITYFREENot rJ moderate No fee tlU patent islecnred AzldrtssjE C REC Rn FOR WEAK MEN withIneasyreqtntIc7Amadd quc y Iw r FIwf Prc1scfO lIYS ccLECO Yorurracn xlilrrrain lloirloernt b tt1nimtt OilMen T ill recover yoiitiJ vTTir Itrtn oro rtLIsCaabocarriemlinvr4 pqcrt 3taillO rftdllmtirculara fico Address JhOAICro 3CjccOt YCoCIor sate by Perry Thomas septl3ly Onr 6oods- 4r9 Our pricesC- Ome1 ycfti to trade with Us when y ugiVQusnt1iul h Th ladi S cannpttje dejeehled by catchy phrases nor ijbrnbastic claims 1 we have1 to sayiSjwelyuy In the best marjtets of MtititoA s i1ct tthe la- iest goodsj andiWhen you rjBiiy you Icnoj yoA tYe stvruiitodateil4gopdi Is tn I ttIi blrit1i 0 Wht r Ii j tfs Ii I w t M k4in Monumental Works 1 1 ESTABLISHED 1863 t J JllffEiST HAMILTON PEOEKIETOJI oJ I Monuments TombsJ Headstones Statuary and Foreign and i American Marble and Granite J l d + 1t IIWORK SPECIFLTY 1 4 + + + i Thdsewhb are contemplating buying Marble Granite or any kind of Cetnc ryWorl will ffuiditto their interestto call at the old stand in the roar of the M 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 classes of buyers ffME W G GOUCHER one of the best workmen in Central iKentucky is in charge of our establishment and this means satisfactory work 4 in Parties living at a distance should write to us for designs I j which wIll be furnished on application t grYOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED j MES TH mlLT0N Proprietor j ttr Iittttmr ELDERS BARGAIN STORE c IDRYGOODSBUYERSTHAT ARE POST i9J w mill brands j c on goods are never misled They know their 4 t y interest neitherare they baited by a low price Jon one special article but they buy where the throwcs prices are uniform on every class of Dry J 12tUr1ovo SUflwliU rario1 Time styles and makes of the oods we carry speak for them selves so that no word commendation form us Is necessary MUSLIN UNDERWEAR j i Now and beautiful lines of Nainsook Chemises and Gowns t f11thave just boon opened They are the right kinds for SpringLJ Summer wearI3Everydayaddsto the goodness and greatness of our assortI A montof Colored Dress Fabrics New Golfiogs Cbeyiots t 4 llomespunsi Venetians Cloths Plaids und Suitings just 4y rcce1t H bThe Finest of Millinery J f3 We are showing new Sailors and stylish Walking Hats for Jl1ieesandLabiea We invite to see our stock Our grand will last for three davs Thursday Friday and V Sat1rdayAprH12th13tb and 14th Everybody invitedv rtr11051Cr PlumsWe alwavs offer good bargains in Hosiery s i but these we are sure you can not afford to overlook 4k SlIk Waists and Tailor mamlc Skirts Oil r new and uptodate1J f w line of Ladies Kilk Waists and THIformnde Skirts a being placed in stock and they are the very latest Dont buy t until on have seen our lino No fancy prices here1I i gr4 Ladles Tflllorraade Suits Doiit fail to see our stock of l Ladies Tailormade Suits Tfices 71StOr4f86jj1V 111 flHll CURT BUSIIESS j r t Every day sees our tradfl expand and the volume and tlr variety of our atock Increase Iris doubtful if there Is art jboUmer hoUse in Pwhmpnd that carries a larger better selected t or suneriorassortinent than we iitiw h veThis department wtihaveMelyenlarRed again giving more space for display r ci9and sale purposes You will make a mistake If you buy aICarpet any where without first inspecting our colleCtionitlaklS Eqifl everything from a plain cottaae ingrain to the highest grades I MA1TINGS This season we made the largest er purchases of these goods we have ever made RUGS We i4ur have made increased capacity for handling these have a most y oxte9sivjssortrnent ol all kindsngt a purpose for whichayou may want rf show you something that will 4 answer Prices always right lifeBritflitJST ACCOMPANY LOW PBICESln presenting the neJliable McCall Bazaar PAtterns to the community we again illustrate two thousand ot our customers that we are cheaper In Patterns as in every i thinasise Tbemozt skilled artlst8are employed In designing and are In t touchwithtbeZateatWodespreseqtedifltbe Fashions ceotres of Europe g l 4 W AllPatterns At 10 and 15 Ar e C CLOTIIINO Dont fall to Inspect our complete stock of Childrens and st J q Mens Suits Prices will please you UOEv5aresbowngabettetline than ever Ladles Shoes from ft to J3SO Infants Shoes 15 to We Mens Shoes to 376 ff INDIA LINENS 5cto3Scperd DIMITIE88W to25cper yd PLAIN t ANDDOTTKD SWISS toZScperyd LACE CURTAINS ctoJUllperpatr KffiCtfully Submitted to Cash Trade 4 11 EVELDER tIsIsThe Oliver P1ow1 1 i aS i IFTOUHLVE 4 DSEDIT IOU f KKOf IT IS TllgBEST I 7E i IF YOU HAW t f I NOTWEWILL t lI PROVEIT IS TIlE BEST + tI = I i i lI Cultivator ir WL lfl an0q e s arrov Ohitho market Also a full line of Collars ii0IIaeBack13aiis Br lles Ln4 all kiids Plow ir and a full line of Hardware and Stoves 1 JII a f nw ilUORD Oimf Ui J1 AUf TBEElRJC M TD KYf f i kI ii 1 t lc 1 IIC e r 0 f i l ij r VJf t SdIJ hj 0 r BMMM Iiif i r4 A II5muJeJ Prin or rf 21 j 1j iii The Richmond Climax J O OBENAULTProprlrtor- A D MILLERBaalneu Manager C E WOODS Editor WEDNESDAY APRIL ii 1000 PUBtlaUKD ZVERY WZDNKSDAT BY The Climax Printing Co PRICE PKIl YEAEI15O ADMIRAL DEWJJY has so repeatedly torn his trousers it is doubtful if his domestic helpmeet will ever be abletb uiuud them Gov BKOKIIAMS title to the Gov ernorship was confirmed by the Court of Appeals and the Louisville Post dont know who rowed dat brick TiiBsliowine madeby MrTaylor dur irg his incumbency legally and other wise Is such that it is an open question among the ilepublicans if the Court of Appeals decision wits not a good one for the State any how TirE Court of Appeals by a voto of Ctol sustained ge Field and the Democrats in their contention in the consolidated cases J udge Durelle was the only ono of the Judges to dissent rite fonr Democrats and Judges Bur lIam and Guffy Republicans upheld tie decision of the lower court JUDGE BOEUING proposed to intro duce a bill to take roachin cry from the State officials and hand it over to the Federal government The judge would like very ranch doubtless to have a law enacted disfranchising all who do not vote the Republican ticket or subscribe to bay u t rule Interior Journal WE are not giving to quoting the blatherskite governor of New York who got his high olllco by accident and on the popular belief that he was the hero of San Juan Hill hut the follow jug too nearly expresses the general opinion to pss unnoticed Roosevelt says McKiiiley has about as much backbone as a toy chocolate man lie dliappoiattueiiLStanford A CAnBFUipeiuiiil of the Mountain Mtssetigwr printed at Campion VAlfe county will convince any one that the editor wields a mighty pen one dedicated to tho uplifting of the mountain people of Kentucky It is an eight page paper tweiitvfuu columns of choice litenituie contribute J by earnest coworkers of the editor Rev John J Dickey whose worth and work have won him earthly fame and will entitle him to a tarry crown il heaven The Messenger is only 50 cents per year and every family in Eastern Kentucky especially should haveit CONGRESSMAN GILBKKT delivered speech LV1 t on tht Puerto mean Bill and fur a copy of it the CLIMAX extends thank with the assurance that it was read with pleasure Here is an extract Our great Constitution has come to us through centuries of strife treasure end blood Its great purpose was to insure the blessings of liberty to us and to our posterity mid let us stand by it This nation said Mr Lincoln can not lasthalf hlave and half free The citizen is himself not wholly free who own a slave So this country can not romain a great repuhlic and at the seine time hold in subjection thioe alien and oriental rates OK coure Judge A KullitH Human is to he r iiiiiifiiie rr liHVing eliI rliarued a duty lliit must have tuxd his uourdire nut a I t in voting to liP hold the Daniocrrftiir contention in tin liubcrnatorhl cotiust Uut thule win know Mr llurimm will better under Htand how thl task was made theeaxjer for he ipo tiitpriiir in all particulars to Mr Tavlur Unit tin olien must lutvi blushed for lh rlv and honor of the party with Utli a nmiilari hearer who has ulundHivd at every step siine the diy after hi4 inauguration Thus Mr ItiirnainV conviction of the legality of the Democratic contention WitS rein forced by an iuhoin repugnance for such high tiaiultxl nustatesmanlikc conduct of the chirf executive of Ken voting as lii did in our estima lion our clislici uUlicil felloivtnnsinan lisa added no shore to his distinction a u learniul and iiiinnial jurist than he IiightonedKentucky name he bears Wants lo Go on the Battleship Kentucky A dispatch from Washington in Mondays Louisville Times says that Rep resentative Gilbert called on the Sec retary of the Navy in behalf of Lieut Carlo B Hrittain of Itichuiond Ky who wants an assignment on the new KentuckyIf of his Madison friends colid avail this accomplished aiiil popular gentleman would be made Commander of Kentucky namesake hattlcsliip elLBrov9erCo11LBxINGT0N ARE YOU- BUILDIIJG jjreyou going to Remodel Dp you expect to put in one or more woodmantels Some oue has very truly said that an attractivefireplace does more for a room than anything else We have theexclusive Igency for four of the largesfffac thriesin the coimtry md- w iicliowing a line of Mari tels Tiles and Grafes that is incomparable in J Hiniah construction and piice The new line is ready for your inspection I r All we ask is a chance to show you and make an estimate We buy in such quantities that we get the lowest It sibl figure Weevil sell you Mantels on a cIQs r margin than you have any idea of Muntel Bases complete with riles and Grates 1200 1350 and 1500 Cabinet Mantels complete with Tiles and Grates 20002200525003000 and up We will call jon you cr mail atalogue L FiBrowerCo MAIN AND JIBOADWAY xr1 1 PERSONALJii Mr D B Tevis Is In JLwcington Mrs James B McCreary is inXJln citinati V Mrs W D Oldham is et home from Lexington Mrs TT Covinston has been ill for several weeks Mrs Harry B Hanger went to Cin cinnati this week Miss Carrie Farley bas returned from a visit to Lexington Mrs R E Tnrley is thoguest ofj friends in Louisville Usa MalI Tribblo was n I ioJlori a few days las week Mr A C Green of Cincinnati was here a few days last week- Mr Ballard LUxon went to Lexing ton Friday to see Joe Jefferson Miss Bessie Turlev is at home from a visit to Jessamine and Garrard Mr John Farley onterlained last night with a mammoth candy pulling Mr and Mrs William 8 Oldham were in Lexington Friday to see Joe Jefferson Prof J D Clark spent Monday on his farm four miles west of Lexington Mrs Joe Chenault is visiting her mother Mrs It F Spears at Spears Kr The S A E fraternity gave a dance in their beautiful hall on Friday even ingMr Hary B Hanger after a few days stay with his family here left Friday for Chicago Miss Esther Burnam spent several davs here pleasantly and has returned to Franktort Ir L H Landman will be at Mrs M M Millers residence this city Wednes day April 11 Mrs T A Garnett who has been the guest of Mrs W C French has returned to Cincinnati Mr John C Miller continues very ill at the residence of MrsE V Gibson on Lancaster avenue Misses Annette Rlddell Ida and Katlirine Park of Irvine visited friends here last week Mr James T Shackelford came up from Danville Saturday and spent sev eral days with lila family Miss Sue McRoberts has returned to her home in Danville after a pleasant visit to Miss Julia Higgins Mr and Mrs Jolin H Allen of Car lisle Ky will arrive here Saturday to visit rewtivts for a few days Mrs Nelson Prewiit Gay and little son are the guests of Mrs Gays parents Mr and Mrs T D Chenault Mr J Mac Cotton a former well known citizen of Kirksville was here on Monday He is located in Cincin nati Mrs W G White was welcomed home last week after a visit to Louisville The musical notes in another column are from her facile pen Capt Adolph Underwood anti wife of Corhin who have been visiting in Louisville were the quests of Mrs KE Mitchell and family of this city last G W Stilling returned home on Saturday aftej a pleasant visit to her sister Mrs P B Broaddus On Thurs tIny a family reunion was held at which a number of near relations were present Mrs G W Evans Jr entertained her guest Mrs lien A Crutclier of Xicliolanvilie at a progressive euchre manyfatliioiiablyspout a pleasant afternoon SterlingSCMMAX with kindly expressions for its editor Among our 1550 readers there it tame more highly esteemed than this scholarly Christian gentleman Miss Spicle Haden a trained nurse from the Good Samaritan Hospital at Lexington but whose home ia at Val ley View has returned to J xington after having most acceptably diF charged her duties in the sick room of Mrs Matt S Cohen who was sufficient ly improved to warrant her nurses release One of the swellest suppers lately served the Pmtuiomiial Glut was that ltien lust Thursday night by Prof S J Sanderson at Joes cafe About eighteen guests were on hand After cijapl the company repaired to GoY McCrearys office sod the Puerto Rican Tariff Bill was discussed Gov Mc Creary leading the discussion The following invitation has beerr is sued The bride and groom are well throughout thin county and this an nouncement will be received with pleasure by their many friends Mr and Mn John A Dueraon request your pretence at the daughterJennie to Mr John 0 Farley twentythhlflneteen Pond Church Madison County Ientn- cyRELIGIOUS Sunday School will be organizedat Waco Baptist church next Sunday morning at 030 lhpEpiscopalA feature of the occasion will be the presence of the Knights Templar In full uniform Rev lJ G Turner will preach at SundaymorniuCentury Movement The entire mew bersbip is urged to be present Daptistchurchind at the same time a more touching summon than Rev Mr Ryalls sermon on Sunday morning It was a com panlon sermon to the masterful address nt Rev John R Sampey delivered at the Chbristian last commence ment A higher compliment cannot be paid Sundays sermon MARRIED IlAnnisMooBE Mr E B Harris nudmThehapPIrouplaIrvine DEATHS WniTTAKKB Mrs Zach Whittaker need 80 years died near Edenton on tnourtlodbyWmrrAiczxAtbcr home ner Cot SusanVbtttaleryears Funeral services were conduct reddeucetorredin theFerrell burying ground SHKABEB Th CukAi has IwIthVr 4bnerth1wstiOtileslrsbleworthyof the 1ecesed who wadouu of the oldeetand beet know B dthwautli tlit county We are speflally ttralllled frotilthe1V4Maumhiand 20 days Cloeaeedw8sa rfkil member of the Brookstown churcK orfriendsMatljewShearerParrish Fayette Mo Irs D FStaf tibearer1Rlchmoad urahiso1WiiiekesMr hisrylaggrotsndtraspet l u GocIAl1IGPCN iwrswVt nD sis k kas ===s cI m i iVVV L1t1frnrii1LIirw I America Greatest Spring Medicine linines This life of uncertainty is not all there is of us or for us Our escap jug breath only opens the door of this prisnnhonse and affords a soft escape to that better house where tears and mourning are unknown Nay there It no death stars go down To rise upon some brighter shore And bright in heaTens crown They shine for evermore DO Curious 5 Reward Offered A rantankerous antiGoebelita with thespondnlix to make good hits offer says he is tired of hearing tho Louis vifle Post called a liar and hence will present 5 for every lie printed in that paper HAND US THE FIVK The CLIMAX submits time following as proof that the Post and Dispatch are in the fake business and we want that five Wm A FAKE The Louisville Dispatch and Post Monday contained a rank fake A letI ter was published denouncing ham with Dr Harrels name signed to it It was published in facsimile and the signature is a palpable forgery as his name is spelled wrong But nobody pays any attention to the Dispatct fakesKentucky State Democrat Resolution ol Respect The Pattie A Clay Infirmary Association have heard with profound sor row of the passing away loved and efficient corresponding Secre tary Miss Mary Schmidt who entered into rest April 2nd at the Good Sa uiatitan Hospital Cincinnati where situ had gone for surgical treatment We desire to express our highest ap predation of her life and lidJ gentle sweet spirit and willingness to lend a helping hand to all good work We would tender to her aged lather and her sisters our deepest sympathy in their great bereavement and earnest iv pray that the God whom she loved may bless comfort and sustain them The Association desires that this ex pression of sympathy be sent to her family and that it be recorded upon the minutes ot the association as c1n evidence of the high esteem in which she was held by the Infirmary Assucia LionV MRS MARIA A LYNN Pres MRS NANNIE PEMBBV Sec Admitted to The Bar It is with pleasure that we record the admission of Mr Robert Stuart Taylor to the Richmond Bar on Taos day April 10 1900 lions R Harris Crooke and J Tevis Cobb had been appointed by Judge Scott to examine Mr Taylor and he passed a number one examination Mr Taylor was graduated at Central University in 1895 at the ago of 17 a few months previously representing his alma mater at the InterCollegiate Oratorical Contest As an arator he had no superiors at the University and among his fellowsnon was more popular than he It is with great pride in one whom we have ever watched with more than ordinary in terest that we record his present entre Into the honorable profession of the law May he adorn this profession and hriiiB to it the wealth of a wellstorei mind a cultivated nature a generous soul and be now and henceforth a source of pride to all his friends tar andnear Mr Taylor will be in the office of Hon J Tevis Cobb for the present Boquets for the City Board ot Health The atmosphere of the City Hall was redolent with the perfume of flowers last Thursday night for the space ofone hour due to the flinging to and fro of Sequels between the ouneil and the City Board of Health The latter ed resolutions highly commendinJttbe- former for its skillful management of the late tonallpox epidemic in this city for stamping out the dread diseasi at a minimum cost of moue and ul life Only one case was fatal and that possessed undoubted complications of other diseases and the fact that no other death ensued among 55 cases of more or lees virulence impelled the City Fathers to strew a few fragrant gourdvines and sweetsmelling jimson weeds along the erstwhile thorny path way of the Guardians of Public Health Not to be outdone by the City Dads tile Health Board composed of Drs 0 H Vaught A Wilkes Smith H C Jasper and Murieon Dunn got into the floral business themselves and when the whirlwind of eloquence had died away the atmosphere w881adened with sweet violets attar of roses extract of Jockey Club amid lillles of PowelPfl valley To The Citizens ol Madison County Ky We have the pleasure to report that countyIgcop raUon of tIme best citizens in our laborsOn the 2Tst day of January we took charge of the then alarming conditions under See 2055 General Statutes and refer to opinion of fluprerior Court of Kentucky June 1885 From January 21st until the close theeltylimitspoX we hind under our care and treatment 124 cases distribted as follows In neighborhood of College BHL 70 In neighborhood ot Peytontown 24 In neighborhood ot Tales Oreek1tI-n neighborhood oU3ereaHnHZIn neighborhood ot BrassfieldH In Celehborhood PalntLlek 1 Ia neighborhood of hear WallowSTo- tal litnmn There were 4 eased near Red House and 2 cases at Waco not in our care professionally making the total of 130 cases We had assisting us in the treatment of cases UreB B Combs and Lewis A Davis It Is not too much tossythat Dr Combs every trying hour labored day and night in he midst of the moat trying and dis tressing scenes always faithfully Dr Davis deserves special mention for Ills work and we could mention others who have heartily cooperated with us in all things In making this our report we thank those who labored for ud and thom who furnished fOod fuel and utter necoevaries tor s patients and request them to tile their tIiti with Judgesfflceprnperiyaudit tlieiit for presentation to the omirt for payineittr J M Poy TZ PresB U M C Mt M qiHSON Heal II Officer Ajttiij0owfll Chili Netes RHgTime Mulc says Crout Con- Verse llM a respectable genesis an old vehrable oue indeo We need not xb further back than lleathoven 10 find exwaples of ragtime mask though formerly known under a more respec syncopaUOfla syncopkttr1tha iMMa b preseat tasteTbatra mulcallyelfeetivelDGbody Byncop tpa cn be to iea1redaa ia Horaces vo k grandly to strike the stars oreaiytEIcend to the depths of ba xhaaality TtiatiJf like any othei fad Is the victim oEntHBbertew abuses laaptenfacLBeesrmoven W r C pini and the utlter old m e terg did we It but sparingly Jtist to receive tb tearly rythualc current wllOMaeepu kaI uniform variety Xhe ordiuary music listener waists to hear ometb1ameaP- cat thts U the liad to notkliwc Mid ttoot to lUmpiDg ome4bkihe Mn Id uesiidwttb Itti pir- ytbselc ls heMetD f iVIV iIi two steps and marches The present American music age has in it u noisy element which exults rvthni pure and simple above tone So far as man re mains in the hereafter he now is so far will he desire and demand rythmlc music ractimo coon music syncopation music ruba dubmusic The more one studies however and the deeper one delves into the tone wealth of the masters tho more does he realize the soul chafing at these bonds Music is a most intellectual art if rightly understood If we would but keep before us lofty ideals and steadily work up to them we would soon find that mnslc was more than melodymott than rythm That it is a higher revelation than all their wisdom and philosophy W GRAND CONCERT Thursday ev cuing April 12 at 8 pm Mr David D Abramowitz of Cincin nati will appear for the second time in this cityupon this oc casion at Madison Institute when he will be assisted in a beautiful program by the Musical Faculty and ensemble class of the Insti tute Mr Abramowitz upon his first appearance here at Mrs Keenes recital proved an artistic success like all of his public ap pearances in Cincinnati and else where Those that did not hear him theu should certainly do so this time for his work is remark ably clean and always well delivered displaying refinement of tone and a reverence for tradition for tradition that is peculiar to great artists Below is given the program and artists Symphony In IJ minorRebubert3il- ases Cravens Dcxlson MortonCook CygneSaentSaenabDavid D Abramowltz a AiinhChadwick-b ToSevllla Dessauei Miss Gertrude Caru there ChoplnSarosaUbDavid D Abramowitz- n Melody In E flat AVlIlnnna Cravens Ii lioureeBachJosetryMiss Wlllannn Crav- ensProtestationsNorrisMiss Gertrude Caruthors ConcertoNo23ViottiDavid Miss Alice Lloyd has arranged this auricular pleasure and invites all friends of Madison Institute to enjoy the evening A Happy Occasio- nIt was a very happy gathering of young men that assembled at the residence of Mr and Mrs George W Ficcels on Wednesday evening last to partake of a sumptuous seven course dinner given jointly by Messrs Thos IJ and George W Pickets Jr in honor of their fraternity Sigma Nu The Pickets residence is one of the prettiest in the city architecturally and in interior arrangement and fur nishings It is also one of the happi pst homes in the borders of Madison The white winged dove of peace hovers ever above the happy family circle which God has not saddened a sin gle vacant chair A kind and indul gent father provides abundantly whilst an accomplished and devoted Christian mother and doting aunt shed genUeIIesconscious of these happy conditions and all the greater was their enjoyment of the evening The dinner was a triumph of skill the perfection of culinary art supplemented by the artistic finish of the decorative genius Seven courses of thetablelmony with the occasion Everywhere the colors ofSIgma Nu were visible black white and gold in tlnv satin bows or great sllken8treamer9- in tiny ice tubs fringed with yellow tis sue or from the beautiful festooned chandelier The cloth of snowy white ness was overlaid with a centerpiece of yellow satin and white lace numerous yellow candles beaming from candela on the table and cheflonier In tbe center of the table were a dozen longstem pure white roses the frater nitys floral emblem i the ices were in the colors served upon large handcar veil badges of yellow Smaller badges serving as plate marks with appropriate mottoes were at each plate Be respondedtoagThd College Fraternity Prof Wm Foster Jr Our Brothers Ben S Vanmeter Phi Delta Theta Elliott Poe Smith Sigma Alpha Epsilon PO Galbralth Delta Kappa Epsilon James Tribble- fifgma Nu C With but one exception the address es were prepared and wera delivered in pleasing style and were well recei ed It ought to be remarked that the example set by the Messrs Pickels followed fIord more enjoy ment and real benefit to the fraternities by promoting better understandings than the program of dance dance danceThose present were Prof Wm Foster Messrs Alex Logan Bs Van meter David B Bell Lewis II Greene W M Spears A A Talbott W H Wilsmi C O Addams G W and T H Pickets Joe Evanc C E Woods and Ilobt E Little- Jude Anthony Rollins Burnarfis Opinion In concurring with the unanimous Verdict of the four Democrat c Judges of the Court of 4ppe Judge A Itol Ibis liurnam used the following Ian guage which his Republican colleague Judj6 Guffy adopted as his own It is hard to imagine more flagrant and partisan disregard of the moves of procedure should govern a judi cial tribunal in the determination uf a great and important issue than Is made manifest by the facts alleged end relied on by contested and admitted by demummer filed in this action lobe true and rum firmly convinced both from admitted facts and from knowledge of the carrent history of these transac tions that ihe Legislature In heat of anger engendered by intense partisan excitement which prevailed ave done two faithful conscientious and able public servants an Irreparable injury in depriving them of the offices to they were elected by the people Pr the State sad still a greater wrong 16 the larger majority of the electors ol the Commonwealth who voted under dlftlc circumstances to elect these gentlemen to act as there servants in Jhresholdthat the courts of the Stale under the limitation imposed by the Constitution have no JweNojCO behind the legis lative the Judgment ot this emblyin proceedioga over which they are given by the Constitu tlba exclusive dlction and from whose uetenniRftttori of the question no appeal itf prdjld d Tim Constitu tion defines Jh asties and limits the V wer of esckof the three departments of the government and In time dIscharge- of theee duties aIMIexereitM of these pQWers Melt depaetmeat must be IedO- Mtudnt o tbe others as bssea they re mIn witlitn the eontH tiewil lImits ties llDO pereM eoltectioli cf veons h4iiig of OftS departinetit esit beJouTngtoorti or p laT=i ii j i i iccordance with the law Pursuant to hPse proviiions of live Constitution time legislature hnx in Section 1531 nixl subjection thereunder of the Ken tucky Statute presented the regula tions for their guidance in the deter mination of snch contested Ilectlons and it appears from the exhibits filed with the petitions that the General As sembly have pursuant to the reaula tions decided the contests for the oflicis of Governor and Lieutenant Governor in favor of the contestants and if no appeal or power to review their find ings is given to the courts by the Con stitution which is the basis of all power both in the Legislature and in the courts their findings would seem to be questionSimilar at bar have been before this court in quite a num ber of cases beginning with the cele drated case of Batman vs etc 1 Met 033 in which the opinion was written by one of time and most celebrated lawyers who everadorr cd thus bench and after n careful consideration of all these cases and numerous authorities which have been cited from elementary writers and courts of last resort in other Slates I have been led with some reluctance to tho conclusion arid not without some misgivings as to its correctness that there is no power in the courts of the State to review the findings of the Gen eral Assemby in a contested electior for the offices of Governor and Lieutenant Governor as shown by its only authen ticated records Many questions have beun raised and discussed with great ability by learned and eloquent coun sel for appellants but it will be un necessary for me to consider them in view of the conclusion winch I have reached on this fundamental question A It BURNAM PAINTLICK Miss Margaret Parkes Francis leaves this week to visit friends and relatives at Corbin Ky Mr James Butner has recovered from his recent illness and returned to his old post with Mr A B Estridgu Mrs Robert Sallee after spending several weeks with her parents Mr anti Mrs E II Ballard has returned to StanfordMiss Amanda Anderson who is teaching at Lowelljhis spring attend ed time marriage of her sister in Lamas tel last week Misses Elveree and Jennie Wallace and Sne Ogilvle three of Point Ltavells most popular young ladies spent Saturday in our midst ReV L I Echols preached an able sermon te a large congregation lit New Hope Sunday from the text Freely ye have received freely give Miss Lulu McClure a handsome young lady from Crab Orchard is visiting her old home at Mane and is the guest of her cousin Mrs Robt Arnold Miss Sallie Anderson of Lancaster so widely known in our community and one of Garrards most efficient teachers was married last week to Mr ManyPainttiops to the bride and groom RICE STATION Mr Griffin Freight Agent of the L N railroad was here Saturday Walter and Clias Tharp entertained a number of their friends lust week at their home at WinstonV Grlmsley Wilder have just gotten a new saw mill and will soon hRve teeth ready for chewing1 1wood Willis Hubbard our polite mailcar whyhisclaims work but tells it in a jocular toneThe people of Rico Station are clear lug their throats and already practicing their voices to talk with the surround ing towns An amateur base ball club was or ganized hero Wednesday night and after a little practicing they will be ready to cross bats with anv club con veniently near Misses Fannie and Dude Wilson en tertained some young people at their eveningThe pleisureforViaO nEW ARD S100 TIo readers of this paper will be pleased to learn tint there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all its stages aud that is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Smite is the only positive UUItl known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional disease requires a con stitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting direct 81ofthethe constitution and assisting nature up In doing its work The proprietors wlersF J CHENEY CO Toledo O Sold byail druirgists 75 cents Halls Family Pills are time best iaprlm THEPOSSESSOR OF GOODV TEETHJReal or artificial is much healthier than those whose teeth are aching and decayed and nnfit to masticate LoodVlf nature has been unkind the deficiency can be quickly painlessly end inexpensively plied TEETH with or without plates olutelyperfect in ap pearance and use lifted inside of tvrenty fOur hours i srecui asx FMCES Extracting TenthS 25 White or m8lpM iIlin tHmpold yilltWE J isoA Good SCot ot TeetiV4 500 7MSlidGold3rIdgWoec per Titoth 5 Sft It 1 ILhMiM- Odlee rt1 ss4dset aiitlrf Ass o IIr 1VViVIiiiIV1 ACCIDENTALI injury to customers work is guarded against Injury through carelessness is unknown at th- eRichmond Laundry which is famous for carefulness sis well as for the high quality of the work doneThe washing ironing and finishing of starched unstarched goods is per fect in every WilY A postal card will bring our messen gem RICHMOND STEAM LAUNDRY MIXED PAINTS I We manufacture for every purpose of Interior and Exterior painting in nil the different colors and shades of colors rmde by the same formulas with the necessary Improvements as more than 30 years actual practical experience has suggested We guarantee there are none on the market superior at any price We know there are other good paints on the market and then we known that there are some third and fourth grade mixed paints with flashy Red White and Blue Jabels that are offered as firstclass goods Now in order to protect yourself against im position scrutinize this label well and the gaurantee if there bonny then ask the dealer to show you the manufac tumors catalogue to fhow whether it be a first second third fourth or lower grade It seems to 1x3 a custom ot manufac tnrersof Cheap Paints to label the paCkages with a highly colored and attractive label Some cost as low as 40 cents per gallon anti sold at relatl from 100 to S125 per gallon A good Mixed Paint can not be produced at less than 3125 per gallon- Eespectfnlly Subm- ittedGEOMILLW Wallpapers Window Shades Pic turn Framed Paints Oils Varnishes Brushes Glass c Stock the largest in8pcctionrequesled m V MilS STREE- TRICHMOND KY y 7IN N7IN7J7I 7ih FOR EASTER YOU W ANTi VNeat Nobby Nice Dress Goods IVVV r + AN INSPECTION OF OUR STOCK WILL CON VINCE YOU THAT WE HAVE THEM AND f THAT OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT V x 390IVDont forget our Percales and Ginghamswe havt them in the propel styles and shades at PRICES to suit you Linen Skirtsat 39c Scotch Lawns ssls 2 at 5c Our Lassa Quilts at 59c 75c and on up to 135 will speak for them 2 X selves when you see them Ladies Mercerized Sateen Skirts 99c Ladies sgc r Silkatine Skirts all colors 49 and 79c Ladies Silkatine Skirts deep flounce r a s 71corded ruWe allcolors 99e Infants Caps at Oc Infants Embroidered Silk m VMX Caps at 25c Ladies Blacked Ribbed Hose special grade 2 pair for 25f Sj 78 Dadies Lace Stripped Hose 25c Childrens Hose in fast qolors at lOc WLadies Jet Belts at the very low price of 25c Dont overlook our line of rS 7W Covert and White P K Skirts We feel sure that our stock will please you f s4K and you are invited to call and examine Clarks Thread stilPgoes at 4e si BARGAINk fSHOE SAtE0I- s c f STILL GOING ON Come early or you will be tootlate to secure a bargain for tho stock will soon be gone at the prices we have marked thorn I A OWEN McKEE2-I 7fa 71 ffi 7D 7i 7lf Opportunity ol a tile Time 25 OCO in cash will be given away 15000 for first prize S5000 Jar second prize ilOOO for so on 1000 prizes in all making a grand to tat of 25000 If you are interested send 10 cents for April issue Sunny SouthRequests for copies should be filed immediately as they will be filled In the order in which they are received TIlE SUNNY SOUTH Atlanta Gu OUffNSWARf AT COST + + b + + +++ + Haying decided to quit the Qneensware Business we otfer our entire stock at Cost for Spot Cash We wish to utilize the space now occupied by Queens ware for another line of merchandise Come and examine our s c ck and get prices Now is your time to refit your China Closets at a LOW PRICE Our stock of GROCERIES will be to the stand ard and we solicit your patronage gtGrnnteeingat all times to give you good goods at reasonable prices Goods exchanged for Country Produce Higgins Ellis ttw4mA Sgrocus8Chill d cUll1LLLlii PAtE FARM FENCE JS Continental DiscHarrowsclHamilton Corn Planters 3MajtaCorn Cultivators A Corn CultivatorsV tMcColm Soil PulverizerJ Z o le Shovel PkmwV- Champion Binders aflVVMowersVV Horse Collars Pads Traces Back jA tibands Bridles Hames Plow lines Wood and Steel Double Trees Hoes Mattocks Build A ers SuppliesVI = The above we respectfully submit to your careful consideration when in the market atV Living Prices GIVE THE BOYS A CHANCE csD- OUGLkS A S1MMONS1 I HARDWARE SOYEL TOWARE tlVnxhl4y 0 iftc cJ yt- t PITT BURG ENTRAL TK YADL EAST LIBERTY PA OFR SUPERIOR ADVANTAGES TO SHIPPFRS Yards have been enlarged and rearranged It is the nearest point to theEastern Market Best Distributing Point East of Indianapolis for Balti more Washington Philadelphia New York and all Eastern mnr ets Good buyers always in attendance for export cattle mal all other kinds of stock- Consignmentsfor Commission firms given prompt attention rEVERY m g1111 H 11 II I- IIIH I- flL I I iI riaviiw TT decided to quit t r 321 m Istockg Mattings etc atV V t COST 4 CASHEJFine ri eLtciaIty + 4 1VVV VV I Wj t f Respt 7 G IIS IHEREEYm I220222 m Main Streett TVPGHTft ctc III r i c1 TTTT 0 f 4 TO THE FARMER BluegrassOrchard SeedfE DEATHEBAGE CO Headquarters for Salt Lime and Cement The Richmond Climax WEDNESDAY APUIL 11 1900 DEAR MADAM Now is the time to plant lower seed bulbs and plants and we have laid in the largest variety in the county and are disposing of them rapidly Xo trouble to show goods or make prices A students lamp beats r is or electricity and is not nearly so expensive A beautiful parlor lamp is an ornament once possessed is never abandoned We have dozens to select from Single pieces of fine china or whole sets of dishes city styles at city prices Cut glass and fine china Novelties BracaBrac c Lamp Globes Chimneys etc Tumblers Cups Glasses Mugs etc Everything firstclass at lowest prices MCCANN DEATHERAGE Suits from 10 up to measure at Stouffers marl tf See local ad of residence for rentiby Henry L Perry See Higgins Luxons Milwaukee Hinder ant Mower It will please you 2Siiiar4w Dr R Goldstein of Louisvillowill lf at the HQtel Glyntlon Wednesday April 18 for ono day onlv eall and leave your measure at Stouffers the tailor marl4 tf Fry Ulue Hem and Jollico Semi TelephoneHFancy shirts in new styles at Stonf fiis marl4tf CIIIlon Ilituins Luxon for low pricus on buggies and road wagons 28 nar4w The Lailins Aid Society of the Pliitilan Church at KirksvIIle will jalunlareaminmission 15 cents two for 25 rents Our motto Htriutly cash Best groceries at lowest rhstf 1C A BAXTER Mgr If you have any oak ash poplar or walnut lops or troeR and wish to sell them for cash write or rail on Roy OPlRC0 nov20 Cm NicholJsvnie Ky plejt9ufflllrsMv gnaruiitee in that every Suit of porfetlmiifactionhoOrrt ctrirge fur clothe that not fit CHAR JACOB5- fel 21tf The Tailor S nA Stoutfor fir men nnd hoys cluthing marl4 If Rompilii e ni v iu MonV Tithing at Chits Jallh tin ban lit fliiest hirnghittIlovwf inl vrwxli the best Ca1 an- dfelsIfitiv dtipit fo to Higpinc Luxon for loelpsl and form wngonr 28tnar4w Great nppoit unity f rpd to good rolinli men SHlary of S15 per week iitrqIfleestatnpAmerican2Sfebly The new cutter ran fit you at Stou Tors marl4tf Agents on BHlnrvofSIS per wrek ald expenses the inmates agent 8 llpr ever produced every stort and poultry rater buys it on sight Hnstlctx want stmnpAmricHnlltiC SSfehly Have suits made by Stouffer andsave 10 mar4tf White Wash Brushes lOc on up Stock the largest Gee M Willging anlzedaWacomorning at 930 While Deputy Sheriff Joe Tenill byConstable sellouin Richmond U A BAXTER1 Mgr tf shoelsanstyleICarriagePaint enough to buggyGeo nowreadypaid on receipt of price 25 cents to any address IEKKV THOMAS 4apr4w Richmond Ky EontetpriseGroceryceri s for cash tItan any grocery house in Hichmond It A BAXTEB Mgr FLOOR PAINTS in u all satisfaction Geo JVI Willging The following program has been FirstPreveningApril IschlrchDoableDrownSoprano OelbelBais OptoDouble Quartette ThU is the Dar BrackcttOrgan lost One large gold breast pin with gen tie nanepictnre enclosed A liberal re ward will be paid for return ofsameto this office feb21tf For Rent Early grazing or pastuarge clover or clover and timothy Apply to- MBS LIVIA UJIKGORY aprl v Estill Ky New and True t bccaureheyhow they should treated Dr Hob son next door to Government Build ins Richmond Kv jn1otfI pureWhitenew colors all lengths alid widths Prices right lOc on up Geo M Willging Stouffer the tailor makes suits to fit mar4tf Strayed A white and black setter hitch with IhiiirsdayMardial reward for return of same to the un dprMgned Jon ClIBNAUI- Tmarl4tf Richmond Ky Save money aud set a snit from Stouffer marl4tf Missionary Enteitainment The Mary Evans Mission Band will give a missionary entertainment at Mt Pleasant church near White Hall on next Stindav 15 beErinningat 2O p in Everyone cordially invited to attend See the new style hats atStouffers For Cash S178TEto meet till HpmaniJH of the cash trade Yxiu can buy more fur CASFI than oumammothbeing sbltllit prices much less than ever before Cpme and beconvlnred apr4it IOUQLAS BRIGHT Co C 0 Scsnic Playing Cards AVo have just received a new lot of scenic pltiyiujj cards Each card has ail exquisite enpraving of a bit of scenery along the line and there are 53 different scenes Similar cards cannot pacfrtheletters and fIgures in the corners so that persons who do riot play cards can framellhSend 80 cents in cash or stamps to wrer the cost and postage and a deck will bo mailed to your address HIm W BAn EY Div Pass Agt Lexington Ky WeAM T NowReadyWi- ththe largest and most complete line otes SHOES HATS AND MENS FURNISHINGS Ever brought to RICHMOND We have all th New Things and at PRICES that will please you to r buy We invite you to call and examine our t Spring Stock and get our prices before buying and be convinced that for the same quality of goods we are the CHEAPEST house in Richmond RICE Si ARNOLDI Main Street Richmood Ky rr14 i ttovJ1L t r r PaprichRedsBluespirroll Geo M Willin Teaclws Examination certificateto oaAprillQttMHM PeMttr Gees Free The indictments against Mrs Mary Scudder colored of Bereaj for sellin Questionswere improperly drawn Hews Destroyed by Fire The residence of Mrs Richard Clark tireMonday eauuslthesured Lost His New Home Carpenternear Noinsuranceand its destruction falls heavily upon Mr Carpender Rcsldorca for Sent dsiretoonThlrdstreetapply to HENRY L PERRY aprlltf Ho For Lexington The annual iutcrcollegiato oratorical contest take place at Lexington on ofltelhyUniversity A number of students will go over Another Younq Lawyer WCbyJUdgeassaultingMrs Wants His History Col S M Duncan Nicholasvilles thehistorywent as a private soldier from Madison county to the war of 1812 being raised to Colonel before it closed Estill County Family Poisoned CallowayCreektwo daughters and one son were poisoned The father is dead Suspi hisIdebtityFurniture at Cost thebusiness SNovhlleat cost Theblij windows are stacked with sample bargains See ad Anolher Residence Burned The frame residence Win Coates at Antioch church on the Tates Creek pike was burned to the ground on Mon day morning together with the entire escapedIninsuryiice Public Training Stable J J Embry arid D S Wilcox hav leg joined in partnership for the pur pose of handling horses have opened a public stable at the fair grounds Any- One having colts to break or ho s to seeIiapr3mA Horseless Carriage In Richmondw Tire first horseless carriage we ever saw in Richmond was pn the streets here some time ago It was drawn by a mule This reminds us that John Donelson has n number of horseless carriages iu his warerooms at the CO- rner of Second and Water streets Circuit Court Considerable business haboen trans acted Wm White two years for klll ing Ed Winkler For cutting John OObondCreekmore forgery to September term Septemberterm fcMembersNo 19 are requested to assemble in the asylum on Sunday April 15 in full uniform at 10 a m for the purpose of oEpiscopalBurton By order of the Eminent Commander T T CQVIKGTON Itecorder Confederate Veterans Requested to Meet at Court House The Confederate Veterans and Sons of Veterans are requested to meet at the court house April 14 at 2 p m for tile of reorganizin and asonleactiOnrOllnionin Louisville Kr May SO full attendance is fiqerestediDAVID C Com N B DEATHERAOE J Progressive Merchants Speaking Here letorchbroughltolatest things and at prices that will please you to buy We invite you to call and examine our Spring Stock and get our prices before buying and be convinced that for the same quality of inHichmondAlfred The GreateProprietors may come and proprietors may go but All Douglas tire incom parable beef carpenter goes on forever This w introductory to the statement that Douglas Rice have sold NCultonknowseerybody solongcongratulated oajetnining his services Lancasters Luck counthavinIroni3urgliithrough Lancaster provided 2OOtwas raised to purchase the right subscrlplion makesItroad will be built which with posses thSouthernNorfolk Elders Easter Millinery Oywtbf IrE V Elder has announced his FridayMiss Seibert who has charge of millinery departm nt is assisted by Mrs Gormlerandone of the handsomest lines of fashion able millinery ever displayed in this city There line of millinery for this years opening exceeds of asy former occasion which is sufficient to RichmondandMadison DontforgettbecJates LaIN ytailoredvalue the same work that the eitytei meneyMyacustomers in style fit and price You hulatNewYorc wafckets at a retI blo rates from the latest outer J1edhoMiwrt aJ durability tIfltfleed Aci Tfea given on all maUtni iwt wiin to dream Fttr ft eat i- oIre Cell Mid M MM Steoni I b M hbOdilt I U XML MgLLoIr ii L j F 3 u sPRtR 1 hri IN ALL THE NEW THINGS IN MENS WEAR JI TenTwelvefiftyof Mens New V STYLISH SUITS 5 J No one will give you the value that you will find in r these goods for the jT J PRICE FurnishC r J Suits and all heavy goods that we want to close out V and will save you money on every article These rA same goods will cost you more money next f- allCovingtonMiitcheII bp rWill Dudley Gets Caned Mr Will Dudley who is visiting Ida parents at Waco is the recipient of a hatidsome walking stick of which he is very proud The handle is a polished horn of a bnffalo from New Mexico the stick is from the banks of the Congo river Africa the ferrule from the steel plant of Andrew Carnegie and the sil ver name plate from Free Silver Mex- Ico He a superb gold watch presented by his brothers Wilt weigh 210 pounds and mac bidden farewell to- basebaiilootball and snow ball Mr Carpenter Resigns iimClrristresignation last Sabbath to take effect luthe400 members at Portsmouth Va a city of 20000 inhabitants The departure of Mr Carpenter is sure to cause here great regret He is such a companion able cultured scholarly gentleman that his citizenship hero baa attached to him people of all denominations Too be uttered in his praise His virtues and his talents will add to tbe lustre of any community anhisIn Jail Charged With Murder Dodge Tarman charged with killing FrankAdams son of Wi Adams of byDepBerea and lodged in jail with the charge ot murder against his name on the jail register The circumstances are said nephewAdams hoasday when he was found cold in death An inquest was held Gay and Dr Cornelieon aud sufficient evi d J byarmanre CiTwoaearle saying young man committed suicide Another rumor has it that Adams attempted to shoot hl uncle when the latter knocked the pistol np and the ball passed through Adams head Singular Coincidence Recalled By Mr Goe bels Deather clbeautiful brTnrWashington Crutcher of Franklin county Mrs Crutchers husband is a distant cousin of Cal W L Crutcher c0incidenceWhen Col Crutcher and his twin yTexassome time after the Mexicau war they twinbrothertwo sets nf twin boys of the same name were always a eource nf interest In the school Their family resemblance trans and taste were very striking nd on one occasion the boys were of reda prize if they would exhibit cutfityIntrespondedthat twinlla1l10ngtho triptsf IlioIon ol The United Confederate Veterans t ofheetate Veterans and in obodienes to lIajorGeneraltnanding the United Confederate Vet DivljinnIT That on thehe1dquartersin the city of Louisville Kyr election shall be held for one Major General and four Brigadier Generals said Brigadier Generals being for the let 2nd 3rd and 4th Brigades of Kentucky Division theUniteqelections shall be held by ballots and ther1l1mRndersdue and proper notice to each of the members of said camps of the proposed election nITofht fByJ M POYNTZ GenAdjtA PraetlciBS Physician DrCaldwellsllaprlm Some folks think that honesty in moderation la the bet ApriL SkewersiWash away tire filth aad waste accum nlated during winter Sarsaprlllaexpelhave been deposited darioe tire season when there lisa been but little prespfr ation and perhaps constant confine mont in impure and vltfitHlalr Itia boon to tired mothers housekeepers theirlimeIt vesthe blood richness MId vital hetltheeprlnghumorsing eetnboylldbeginDoing nothing does kaye the misIchlef of the world WtWap 1y Md- WswsutJtoodaadawiItgjveyos ofDr vitbbysiIdei Easy to Take EytoOperateBecause purely vegetableyet thor oUII prompt healthful satisfactory H01J fS PiSis The Republican 9th District Congress AshlandMay2d A PAm OFFEB I will fill any order for you at tire jewelryrecatalogueg you expense of Respectfullyjan3lyr ARMER candoRemarkable Cure of Rheumatism VsAbout confinedstepwithoutswollen 10 double their normal size usingnmbcrlaina accordIngshe walked to breakfast without assist nothallsons For sale by Perry One half of the women dont know afeingIn almost very neigbborhoodjhere savollbyarrhoea Remedy or who has been red of chronic diarrhoea by the use that medicine urh persons make tu wlieneveoppornity salePerryPorto Rican refuges are arriving at e glvediThe worries of a weak and sick moth are only begun with the birth of her ntlyinterruptedbv the walling of the peevish loRovoritePre ttllthetheypartyears of practice Dr Pierce and his associate staff of nearly a score of physi morethanDrPircecespondence is strictly private Atl lIotalturglcalAn effort IB being made to form a combination of all the principle ribbon manufactories in tire United StatesbCuts wounds burns sprains and BalInrds50 cents Perry Thomas 4aprlnr A ninetypound woman can cow a who iaa terror to all his fellow en ilItd6esnntthing tell it riuhfcoaU Dont use false means to attract attention We say thatDrevery case of stomach trouble It will itknocksti to adigeste ate281899PepsinGentlemen I have peed Syrup Pep givesmostthe greatest selling preparations I have ever carried iu stock I do not hesitate recommend itTery Respt JonesSoldA woman may not always be an ex tbeJew8torturesfrom UndTabler8cure them It has met with absolute success Price 25 cents in bottles 75 centa tubes Perry Thomas 4aprlm beclusetheyapparel Ctrry 5ulIlillt With YM alwaysnspiring Ma1yfacesItloomlaiebeen tirade and sUn- ny bv Hodds SaraapwrllUj which care all dyspfptte apMptotM strengthens Invigorates t lilIshodruggLstii a strikebarInTeeter MakRkwaa AIM Eczema incldeJtttob amikin Jtlaa f vorik rwsdy foe ore nflesc adIb frost bibne- an repIct perbox riutoondWwi roc bIo pnrider a-MsrItp asi food bat boputasapr4 kiIj ti- w r ri THE LADIES WJLORMADE SUIT DEPARTMENT AT THE 1 I BUSY BEE CASH STORE your skin when been the pectation proprietors have therefore redoubled energies lot Suits and are showing present complete of Fine and Priced Tailormade Suits placed on anybody iluuflF Quran1 n 1250 and Tailormade Suits beauties many instances price we ask for them WE ARE SHOWING AN ELEGANT OF I FINE TC CURTAINS IialltqfrIrish etc Call and see QUI before buying we will save you it CARPETS = CARPETS linerMoquettes IIt Boby Brussels Brussels Axminsters etc line of Linoliums Oilcloths Oilishades etc Our prices on this line of goods are much lower can be had anywhere atlOcSHOES AND SLIPPERSWe are showing line of Ladies Fine Slippers that cant be surpassed by J 1jULany large store in order to introduce our line of more thoroughly we making some SPECIAL CUT PRICES in this line Dont fail through our Shoe Department You will be surprised at the Fine Quality of our Ladies and Childrens t and our prices will an eyeopener to you i j i1 you for see you our wet MT I f i I BLOOD OTJSS An Offer Proving Faith ta Is blood pure Are you sure of I slowlyDoes AchlllJrbone8 Foulbreathso your blued atonce with BB UotanicBlood Balm It makes the blood pure and rice heals every sore anti gives a clear smooth Deep seated cases like b awetitugsloodpoisonB BDl tie especially for all obstinate blood and skin troubles Bn B ifTelent from other remedies because B B drains the poisons and hu mors out of the entire system the symptoms cannot return Give lit a trial It cures all else falls Thoroughly tested for 3d years Sold at drug stores at SI per large bottle 6 large bottles full treatment 5 So sufferers may test it a bottle given way absolutely free Write for it BLOOD BALM CO 430 Mitch lI street Ga Write tonlav Describe trouble and free medical advice given o irrebscured Has a far beyond ex of the They their put in an entire new of at the most line Ladies Medium ever sale by See our 750 1000 1500 lineof Ladies they are and worth in double the ALSO LINE Ld Points Curtains money f- d e Velvet Full than cd a Shoes and shoe and shoes areito look Shoes be PS3S Suffsrcrs purify B healthy bloodand so Atlanta success +++t+Cf6- We are agents for The fThisbe the most perfect fitter 4 and most comfortable of I + all Corsets try cpe t I+ 4 +++++t++ ++ to Mothers Beware of those secret robbers of your babys quiet and health Tiioee sleepless nights and long hours of tiresome vigil arg caused by those torn bie enemies of worms Destroy and remove them Whites Vermifuge Puice 2centsPerry Thomas Japrlm foksdontjug the other one The Best in the World Coughlteiriedyweeks ago we suffered with sevens cold and a trottblesouiij cough and hdv lug rend there advertisements in our own and other papers we a bottle to see If it would effect us It cured us before the bottle was more than halt used It is the best medicine out for coughs and codsThO Herald Anderson Ind For cabby Perry Thomas 4aprlm Some women are never when they are miserable Those horrid fits of depressl mel amiciroly low spirits and rrudteiIimta that 8 afflicted even plsr is due to tho being with black Herblne will pnrirytbe bi9od restore etaPerry OUR DRESS GOODS I and Pretty Wash Fabrics are the talk of jithe town You cant afford not to seeIthem IIOUR CLOTHING is chuck full of DEPARTMENTj anyway Boys and Our Children prices t yr ties are all fitters If you expect to need a suit 01 pair of pants give us a trial 1i Thanking past favors and hoping at ijtBUSY BEE CASH STORE soon are very respectfully JV W D OLDHAM COMPANY RICHMOND STERLING AND GEORGETOWN 1 r M trial with purchased bappierttiatr gofteUlperedpe bilt1 FENCE Something New In Farm Fence j Agents for theBlue Grass Wire Fence Coof Lexington i This is avrire fence of ten strands No 9 wire and five oak slats to the rod Tnis is the original patent COILwr T T countybeforeWB CoalUayFe f LETCHER WITT r TELEPHONE 142 4 i For coughs and colds there is no medicine so effective as Conssens Ron remedyPrfco25Thomas 4aprlm Difficulties give diligence waybto and diseusQ perms humors when Hoods Sarsaparilla is faithfully takeri beartytpeople Lhideelin2and vitality Price 6ft cents Perry Thomas 4aprlm e 1that+ fA+++ IeE 3 3f+ I 4GRNDOpENfNG E I OFI 1 0 iIUPfUITIUGt 4 WE L6VE CHPESTAD MOST COMPLETE LIITEI+ QFriji I G W YOC iP7 COME GJTUR rwv Wo take 1I your nleasurerK1i toijl+ 4c I I J B STcFFER4Sx h LjiE1cofiErFi F1E i 1ZD TIJLIOI RF +r ii i i CiU L1 r as a t 1 T- T t jjo 1q 11 it l i 1intshtstI1rou9hI I It Is Not IIT- H MATERIAL1L GETHER THAT MAlES OUR Suits j Jrorc I 1 The Best We use good material but anybody can buy good material It is the fit an- dickhl nQi Vwell as the good material which make our garments so emi nently satisfactory H S STOUT D B Sl rli alltGuUO 4 One Door East of W DOldj ham on JaiSctTf b2lly aryew IS OUR LINE OF jUDO VAL1 JlAIPIDI Which we haverecen to QUI stock We havecbntiecteUfritn us Mr W LiifiEDS whose reputation as an Interior JDeqaratop is well established and in every instance guaran tee work dane bY hh We also carry complete line of the very freshest and purest drugs druggist sundries toilet and stationery mPrase- call and examine our stock before purchasingelse where as we pleasure in showing you our goods whether you buy i vvrnqt Kespt PERRY IVHOMAS UQCUSOtAwAlIW 2I3 MAtrcet RJchmoai Icy p ONg 2U 1 aIfl117 2 a QfYflUB LIEE v Is spent in shoes Whynotwear the best and those that will be a comfort Some people go about compliining about their shoes hurting their feet This ari rill be avoided if you buy jour shoes from us Our NEW SPRiGand STMMEKStxjkof 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 ARE HERE Remember we an- do just a little better than others Jjest r Come iniV will only take a few minutes foslioVyoirr v xf vAND DONT FORGET about our line of childrens shoes New StylesNew Goods SAME LOW PRICES OUR MENS SHOES Arc just a little ahead of styleV We never in all Oiir past years of experience in the shoe busessoffered a finer line HeavyShoesFREEMAN BROSo hIAINSTIIEFJ cOuRt sERIC DI0NDKY VSRICHMOND SCHOOL AND INFIRMARY OFMAmmCTIC EAtING I RICHMOND KY5We teach and practice this irietliod of MAGNETIC HEALING as does Prof Weltmej sof 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 Office and treating rooms 1 23 and4rG ARNETT KyBranchAtTdress all correspondence1 C M KENNEDY Secy KENTUCKY CAEEIAGE WORKS JOHN DONELSON PROPRIETOR We say it we mean it we can prove itOar Vehicles the BEST our PRICES the LOWEST VV HIGHGRADE CARRIAGES Ii iJei 188 8 D l DCULTIVATiB YOUknowII fil IB1i1J i1m9 why try tq use supIIriEBipR TUFF Rqpairs pj IIJ E3 are constantly necessary and the old machine jg II gives out has made a return of nfty E3 per cent on your outlay We guaranteV 8 VULCAN REPAIRS to COST LESS thanVj pther plow r While we refuse to halea1owqualityofoothour prices will bear cone reputedtoevercheapS5Vef- iI TAYLOR BEOS U 1 U a VV 4VV Y IrV11L l KENTUCKYS ALL M MTV Kentucky la aJlifKbt1Jsays Hurry Gtovannoll the brilliant Penciler of the Danville Advocate with these few exception She has too many dead beats Too many ptatesjrieu out of work Too many men who would rather see a killing than prevent one Too many men who are twofifths mouth and thre fifths wind t Too manf men running forotce lhatouglit to be working county roads Too manyfellows who would rather tote pistols than carry Spades and jack planes Too many fellows abusing the rich who teto laay W5pick up a dollar within their reachV Too many fellows prating about purity in politics who can be bought for a pint of whisky Too many fellows who attend politi cal meeting five tinges a weckaud take bath once a year hToo many fellows talking politics while their wives are breaking their backs Over sewing machines Too ruanyft fellows construing the coustitiou who cant think In a straight Hue Len consecutive seconds Too many m nSo engrossed with public affairs that they permit their children to grow up in Idleuoss and ignorance Too many fellows wanting to help make new laws who know no more about the old ohes than a pig doos about astronomyVroo many fell ws talking about honah who havent enough selfre pect tQ 41eUtVthe tobacco juice from their shirt bosoms Too many men willing to walk ten miles to a political speaking that would not ride one mile to take their children to Sunday aeboolVToo many good cltizenswho stay at lfomeand let the country go to tie devil and then blame the d Vif for run ning ofTwith It Too many men who when they die leave nothing to their families but six shooters and certificates that they never stratched a ticket VVIToo many cusses spending their time talking politico who dont know the difference between the principles of Democracy or Republicanism and the laws of the Sanhedrim BRYANS BRIGHT BRIEFS V No nation is strong enough to dp wrung The plea of destiny is the plea of cowardice Conquest moms not destiny bnt covetonsness and temptation It is not the producer but the non proxluoer ot wealth that vmakesthe lawsSNo large standing army is needed Thecountry is safe in the hands of vol unteers Monopolists opposed the Democracy bemuse it was ihdpartytfthe common people Government should be made so that every citizen will be ready to die to preserve ItIf the people donot get the trust question in their beous they will jet it in their necks Adtuiral Dewey should be wade to corieepondwith Lafayette and not with Lord Olive If the Republican party destroys trusts it will destoy the goose that lays thegoldenegK VVVV So long as the farmer lets the monop other make the laws they will not meet at summer resorts God does not inspire one man to govern another and inspire the other to die for independenceV The Democratic party is now built from the vofernp heretofore itwas built from the financier down If the people wish to extinguish trusts they must take the extinguisher out of the hands of the monopolists No ling on earth would have the un limited power of the President if the people approve the Porto Rican tariff billVThe Republican party is borrowing from England all that is bad but will not take the income tax whichjs goodV A GREAT STOCK SALEV Kentucky Citizen One of the greatest sales of cattle ever held in the United States was that held by Wallace Eatill a former Madison county man but now of Estill Mo He was closing out his large cattle breeding farm and offered for sale 72 bead of Aberdeen Angus cattle which brought an average of 57950 per bead The highest price paid lor a female was 2800 and the highest for a male was 12100 At this sale 0 G Callahan of Helena Ky paid 2000 for a LOW Blackbird ot Woodland 4th 19526 She was calved in 1893 her sire being Royal Eric On the 5yearold cow Lucia EB till tile highest priced animal he bid 2750 Mr Callahan purchased thn following at prices named Queen of Estill 3d tOO Queen of Estill 2d 400 Heroine pt EotilllUh 200 Pranklin Heroine 350 Duchas of Estill OO TJadlne of Lakeside4375V The Misalssippi senate has passed ai Vantifrom a man whp lets the prieouerVbl lynchedV Tn the East childlessness considered pathethlmothezprostrate before an idol implor that the curse of childlessness may be taken away Are we mud wiser than ili- eheathen Thousands of childless w wen arc not as they i suppose un 1 der Nature 9 ban but are suffering from a diseased entitnfl I the delicate feminine tmay be debilitating drains or female weakness and perhaps an ulcerated and inflamed of the In aniaseVthi diseased condition austbe removed and eforetheManya mother acksowledges hbt to Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription arid toils inentor Dr RV ofBuffalo- N Y who invites the sick towrite asS consultlim without charge Favorite Preseriplau promptly allays hritatioaI gdrainsaccompanying bearing down pains It nde1asiicity tuUte peculiar establishes the natural coaditioos which inakfc tbc easy birth of healthy children oryoitaeput off with a subfltitwt t anu writtete yoii OWZVMli1 I as aedtWeXVastincWheta J yooeaboet ibveMs r 0DtGoMMcdott DyVand fc ilo l11 h lrwai pf p lr t h I VVV e i V i VVVVV VV r bwwty are the c1eri sotperfect woman a IHEALTHasd ffereotirtly withweaknesspeculiar retain their beauty Preservationipf pretty fetureSNasd remade iorIfl15 a duty women owe to themselves The mark of excessive monthly suf ering is a familiar one in the faces of young American women Dont wait young women until yomr good looks are gone past recall Coos tWrs Pinkham at the oitV start Write to her at Lynn Mass Jfiss EDNA Eixis Higgins ort Ohio writes DEAR MRs i PTNKrftiPiI aura school teacher and had suffered untold during my menstrual periods for ten years My nervous sys tern was almost a wreek I suffered with pain in jhy side and n n J Mt Jackson Ind DEAR MRS FINKHAMT ram boccupatlon schoor teacher and for siifV 1 fered witl painful menstruation and nervousness qeived more benefit from Lydia E Iinkhams Vegetable Com pound than fromali remedies that have ever VJVV NEW TOES PASSI01TS Etoncoats ornament the very newest tailor gowns- Extravagance rather than simplicity characterized every department of dress both in materials atid meddling The most stunning costume immagi nable issnown by Lord Taylor con sisting of a fine cloth skirt and black taffetas silk coat both evincing the very acme of advanced and flawless tailoring Extravagance rather than simplicity characterizes every department of dress both in raaterialsand modelling Fuller skitts are promised as a sure thing yet the unplaited flaring at the foot continues in vogueV Paletancolored cloth makes very chic costumesV Most of the little eton coats for spring fit closely to the waistline and show the little trirndown collar and prettily shapedrevers i A very swell bolero jacket is trimmed with self bands showing intricate stitchingV Babies will be beautifully dressed this sUmmer Best Co are showing some lovely baby hats of silverlooking straw with shirred brims of mousseline or tuff etas Also lovely little lowneck frocks of India mousseline inlet with dainty French Valenciennes Many very stylish cloth gowns for spring have no a sort of blouse plaited ortticked fitting well in the back and slightly poun hed in front v Very wide belts are a feature of some bodices Tfiecblorcard is very long this season Every known strode seems to be more or less faahlonableVV- EVELYN CABLE S H Clark Chauncey Ga says De Witts Vhitch Hazel Salve cured him of piles that Had afflicted him for twenty years It is also a speedy cure for skin diseases Beware of dangeronac counterfeits Perry The fact that history repeats Itself is one of the truths stranger than fiction and the following preasdispatch fur uishes a case in point Glendive Mont MarcTiltOwJoseptt Q Hurst was executed in tjie jail yard here todfly for the murder of Sheriff Cavanaugh December 23 1893 ilkwife and J1YR chilvlren ruljear relatives took their last leave of the condemned man yesterday People 1atroUedthe streets since early last cveliinp and for a time it was feared Hurst would be lynched VVVVHurstand Cavanaughivcre respecr lively Republican audi Democratic can dictates for Sheriff in 1893 the latter tyShorUysassinated in on alloy Hurst being ap pointed Sheriff by tile C6unty CoraoiUv sipners Hurst was convicted on cir cumstantial evidence and a sensational tight for his life was made Hurst con fessed committing tllft murder1 11 resemblance to the Kentucky Situation is startling and the statement sensational light for his Hursts life wasniade probably embodies in a nntshell the history of hitter charges partisan Vcentder the forms of lanetcV etc In tho end however we see justice dime in spite of the sensational fight for the murderers life Wouldnt tlipso wlio plotted to kill Goflbel do well to make a note of this JJontana case2Lowi8villa Times UIoriausNeW8VV J Cornea from Dr D B Cargile of Whashita T T pewfites Four bottles of Electric ihItterVhflACUTCC Mrs Brewei of scrofula which had caused her great fferinfor years Terrible 80reswould reak out on her head and face and the best doctors could give no help but her oGre 18 com plete and her health is excellent n Tins shows what thousands have provedtbat Ditfersis the UesttoloodTiGfifler known its the supreme remedy for eczema letter salt rheum ulcers boils and rnwriing sores It stimulates liver kidneys and digestiQnbSold by Perry 4 ThpulasybruRgisf Guaranteed1 i i The latest Kansas corn yam iial tributed to a Penn yhanian who is- 801f visiting relatiyea in Kansae City and who is said to Ji v6 written home as follows Most ot the street are paved thegrIaef areJOUThe husks when taken off whole ad stood ou end make ajitcolentfcHthe children to play in It sounds qn nr iotakeLtncasters livery stableif it weie see not QolItJteeoni tut tile stalks woal growiwhl h lIfpkh nTY their eit wea tfc talk duw a the rosad q n vSIVOL 11 tf iaar t Ut =c il jJ c c THE 1 MARKS OF- VUFFERINO agony nan JUmost every nuwlW UIl lheir to I had taken treatment from a number of physicians who gave me no relief in tact one eminent specialist said no medicine could jmeI must submitUo an operation At my moterS request I wrote to Mrs Pink ham stating my 5 case in every par ticutar and r- eL ceived a prompt reply I followedVt t ad4c giyeiIV me and now I suffer noVVduringienses i If anyone ctresV to know more S about my case I VII letters I Miss KATE COOK i6Adi disoa St writes a longwhile jlvVI tried white model jacketis cornbeinicvud fJ SWIFT FLIRTATION BY PHONE The Couple Got Mixed on the Names and Central Quickly Ended the MatterL Hollo saicl a mans voice over the telephone Hello answered a worn a ns soprano are youswifl Erwell I dont kIan s hweramIOh pshaw ouknow what I mean Are you MSSwlftr lH6ne8tlyIamnot WlLVwliyont you fipg off then Youre the one thats dippJing in though Of course I hate to Insinuate i t he answered 55V555- Vhj the idpa of such a thing I thought you wanted to speak to inc V4IIVdoIIV x VVV Then you musbwIftVV Chuckles at the otherendof the phone iVVV Well all right if YOU will take that view of itl1VSV SVVV 5Vhat are we going to dp about i rejoined ahalftcarf voice Lwant to speak to SwilL VV But you said yourself that Im Swift and as for talking 7I1 When the heartless girl in Central cut them both off says the Chicago Inter Ocean as she Y flectedoti thatVliarity in hnman paturevhlpbmahps e evening to so many people tRUSTS AND yoVNP iNV TlioSe whocontrprthe trusts are noVy fondo pointing to the time when they were hardworking boys and to the fact that they are sellmade men TheYndIselhe youth of our land tojgo anddolikewiso But how istbe youth of the land to d Ioworking just as honest just as bright and just as thrifty as the trust kings but the avenues of trade ar losed to thepi Thoy mist become clerks or petty merchants dependent Upon the faVur of the trusts If a boy of 21 should in herit 1006000 and should want to em barkin thcoil refining business Rockefeller Would choke bImotAtVV Carnegio would throw h1m out of tfie irpn business Duke would check his- ambitiou8ln tobacco Armour wonli I not allow him to buy attlHaEno er would rujnhTpi 1q tie sugar trijde and lie would flndairaost every line of business closedagainstliiin His onlr method Would be tojoinone of tlie trusts wjth his money jandpift his faith in the honesty of the men in conitrolV VSV- If a young iril vrJtha 1000067 iberi hind him could not conduct an indej pendent business what chance therebefpirono with notljingv 0KENTUCKYS FEUplSTS it ti IySU Louis Republic Such times as Jtentucky can spare from the ailment which is afflicting her at present ahe sliquM use iqioming an inflexible resolution that the p rsou nl and family fetidsinai cease tolfold a place among her established cnptbiiiB in somo Iqcaiitiea Many circumstances tend tovthat the fetiunivedtbo wan the1 as sassination of6oeVeUftis known that men weroinFraukfortiwhen Gut bel was assassinated who had been schooled through lung yeaiS W regard the revolvcadItneTJ1lasdieartttej i best adapted to eplving knotty quean tions between mall and mairVVVVVS If the State of lientucky tjpokastern yloldsifto understand that the use of fircanis Jhdirectlytheshooter anti the man shofat the State W9u1d escape some troubles which pass beyond the neighborhood disturbance VVThefamily feud4s a distinct and vet plctlr es feature of tha Tife of a mountaineer in KJentcfckv To abolish it would take out of the world Its ihter etiiiga coiiiiiionns tlie jiusls oyhe visored knights of the Middle Ages but Kertt2tkthuatIya1Ihxi repres eke handOn that relic of mediaeval times VVVV u lIle1eoieevrVAHdoctorstoldRenick Hamilton oi VrestJeBersoni0 after suffering I s months JroinllOctaji iFjsltVla he wpujcj die unless H costly operation was per foniied biit he cured himself witbflve boxes if Bucfeletay Arrifca Salve the1 surest Pile ureoll Earth and thebost Salve ill the AVorlil 25 cents a box Sold by 1erry TinbiabDrugiaV 4 A qneer1atoryIttidlchrVtwoViatatith play the leading parts comes from Fiemingsourp Tirest py runs tliat ltJoh71FjnJPJtbrotl1rjn house werllbleSed iwith H black eyed l8jThftbpfAsmdtbe oihec ay whim Vtiie color ednnriM wUI iVVtlt isfnts beth she got thebf mVx a r4 1ttUbet the ftfeute Hoi VIlVia tite QtAn1 CL1VWbb7 adVw1MVbb PWTH = jI 11 lVSVVVU B41nlYIY o WOO eterI aCSlJIoad f H last w9 i if iMIss Iamie owarjdj of dentini8 ttsiting relatives her- eMilTheyAsbihI1iit Po Winston is herer1ie Baxter will visit re1ativefat Bardstown next week i F Broaddus is building a house whlcli will be completed in a few days Ed Javs and 5amilypf Brookstowtr IraverbeW vIsttIarerat1es near here rareta1Ofl1s ocality are very busily in preparing for their cropVVJohn JKanatazar jshojhad a very severe spell9jBickpess last weokf5s reported betterVf rrorroepebe lias a class in matli lfOUbeHeVtesheiVflt 4 lleO jlung is holdiqgh pro traded meeting at Charleston ill lie will Jjeg9np abpnt two weeks TheggIsnipci talk of haying a pike built running through this locality CreekTbereLet all ot uTUie our influence toward this asiwo ambadly inneedofthMzoaU1ttSCSV arethebestJ pillb iii ihe world saj WUELakeJUnppV Creek ya0iiey andboweluIi t Perry1 fcThoinasj VVVV GOOD LOGIC f 1 VLewstandrum Lau taster rBeoordiniftreceni iss Jsveays We are awate of the fact that a maui has auperfect right Jo send hjawork IIpaper to grind anfciciforhiiri The bit terestpill toswalow Jsto meat some bay I can get the work done in opfsn1le or Cincinnati for less Yes you can And we CArt buy a suit oJ cloth sa bottle of bairrestorera pound of teha ansngemill or even be buried cheaper in the citythan in the coriritry huttlmtJsnQt tho point SVe are for honiecntorpriso llrst last and nlMhe UmlmnI it will be many a day we hope UeTore we give any indfieyf6 tfie cyuiblinglieiicied 6transerslo carry away frQin town Qt qltoriiGra1iJGbanell t K P M D Witch sujelicateknaudwhich certain and good results llontbIt does uTgobd to observe that Mr Ualterson has swung fully into the column againfrom which webegged plteqannounces that the Courier Jownal will abide the result no matter what it be end will support the nominee of the Kansas City convention who he says will bo1 Bryan by Acclamation the gatherintj being simply a ratrucat6p meetIng Andheaddsif lie can hold the vote he got in 1SOO he will be lectedfor nit tOast a million of the itgalnsthIptInISOOtbemoney wayi will vote for him in 1000 We love W teach BOch Words bf comfort fromolie wbouee UobeourpntxOQsnint of Democracy aud fill whose opinion we have always mad the highestrespect himWithmatchless editor with us what care we if a certain disreputable sheet in Lou- istllleaJ1il snbaldized ones in Lexing ton t find other places be against us Walk up Mr Vatterson getihe new suit of clothes put the ring on your fiiiger anil eat thb fatted calf ttrid drink and be merry Stitoford Journal WuhiugtouPItDyspepsia Cure an excellent in case of stomach lronbleand fiavade ItdiJcststo cure IerryTlioums iTbefarmer docs not have to solicit the patronage 6f any one He does not liaveto eliter fnto coknpetltiOtnd tpetlchnnLwarp In fact lie can beth nrpst independ ent mapoaVOodc3 green e4rtlMfiifi man ages his affairs in a business like manner He has more time and qual opportunities for Ms niihd h6 haaiegsaijurement for corrupting Jqs morals and his occupation conducive of the highest development of his phys icall powers He can be on Intimate terms with his whole family at peace withtheworld niul iican wprshipGotl undeDhis fig lrcenol1e daring to molest or nwke him afraid Mississip pi Valley Democrat VSVVVV- xperie1icetod VLESSyour goods ill the dye is rill CIQ 2 y JbeJQtji anriyaistateQ6iyentIonof the Kentucky Societies of Christian Enfleavor will be hOld at VersailcsK- VM May Iftp J3 It isthe earnest deairo pf till Comvbjttee qf rririg nients tho Young PeoplesSocieties atiti the citizens Of Versailles that this c6uveritIoh6baU be onenfthe jnost aucpo sful iu thohistpry of Endeavor hiKentuoky and preparations are bh tngaiade entertain n large numb t of delegafesl fljhVnams6tah1de1d gates who purppse attending the con vention should be sent toMrsS Kuckols ChmnEutertalnment Gem mittee YcnailJvq not later than ilay l4t VV- VVhkte1 Wilt frfancurateaprxtt y Vbabying publisher uIiilflkVWhat a pleasant tensation it would be tostaiidfjicotb face with the ljappVnotler of the baby hnt ishoujd wj the prizeV VMr Moss said the managing ed1tOrlhat you consitfcred Whet a grand epnsation ft wpuld R e to Stand face td fac will the unhappy niotlienj of the babies tlmbshonhP hot win the prize Mr Mdss shddderedahti1 decided to run a sibafeei4tpry jon eet instentf AtlantaGa f j of lunQC l aari iDysjisIVTnbkguVprQQIc to cure yery aeq PllPIIIIOV 3 ker Sappi4cCo hayp returnfa froinVa liuigtonafter explaining J the Kentucky situatidit to Presi est jrrKwlf S I3y report Umt Vtlkrl wiIIbOnD interference OD thopartof the FederalauthoritLeqand wo believe ticoin r y nr n 1e JIarfcHsnn is entireljrtbo Biwdth tran the rl k of liia = p4ea tints JaM by S1MiftXs In a q tii ktt htiI I tbarftMt 1 f 1 VVVVV c t t ac0 N fV j PLEASE 4 TRYoV e 6 VVVVmSANDy OATHARTUD I I 10V if 25c 50c LVO Mr 1Afirst and ontj plant in the counts for the construction and repair of rnhber tires for vehicles and is turning out facroryork at less than factory prices Vo examined his work and found it equal to any in service He will be pleased to exhibit his own factory work and quote prices He puts rubber tires on old wheels and the life of the- vel1icleis prolonged that twice their cOst is saved not to mention thq rom fort derived oct25tf SOMETHING TO EAT ALLDAY Anduntil midnightV FINE RESTAUIIVNTV VV VVtVVVVV VV OYS ERS STYLES REGULAR IEALS FRUITS CANDIES TOBACCO ciGAttS HAM SANDWICHESV AND COFFEE Ji9yV VA DINELLI Nextdoor old postoffice r troninHom InTInC Insnreyonr dwellings hams and otherprop ertylo the BLUe ORASS INSURANCE COM PANY of Lexington Ky a home institution Gives protectlpgftgalnjst VVV- VVF1RE1PALGAN TORNADO No osiesimcnt calls on members when losses occur to other members and no Inttiatiou fee to becomeamemberofcompany The cheapest a d reliable company for the our county nqw operating In the State and gets cheSpVevcy year falling to SrstysarFor on their and collector a R B Black attorneyatfaw oppositecouTtilLoQen Jf IT ABTER Pje may24ly 1C BOSWORTH SecyT For Sale 175 Acres of Land 5 miles south of Richmond near the pike dwelling with eight 8 foojnSj good barn and other buildings good apple and peach orchard well watered in gpod state ofu1tiation church and school housescon venieilt Terms1reasonable Possession given this fall VVAJ HOUSE mchl4tf White Hall Ky FOBHD MINEAGPLJJV ITWAS N1HISPOULTRY YARD IakpIlisbrr Suranrranil Wiatrr Secret of llli Sncrrsa People irt the neighborhood o f Ores ton Iowa are amazed at tile number of eggs that this man drives to market causeowas all in a certain compound ho waS uslnJ that kept his hens in good con dition anti furnislied them with the prpper stimulus to egg production AmericanPoultry Mixtureia the name MfgCothe poijiltiy bwIM sj8interebted in- nhathc1the hishens and their laying capacity in ttieeggsie his pnints This mixture is guaranteed o increase the prodrictirtn ofegS 100 per cent or money rreundeH It will do more than three tjraes as jnucli JlI jho same aiiioimbofiiny other compound It Ja eoncelitrated inform aud the result of yOurs pr practJcalflxperierice In Iho potnrShusjuosV There Is absolutely noiloHbt AS to what it will do and you expeIeoftbpackage and Jfdoesnt dothe work yon tfrt your money Inirfe This Is fair antI VnnadeVtoVm4aeepractjcah pniiltry ui ntagiveitsi trialVjg also a sure i S pfsuctr tlfseas as the errl jjl clmierawJd mop irhfcIi qrestqjuVV havoc IH allVprts of the country 3t acts dive4y ofli the craw ami gia rd preprieb4P yMtpeeAws4pilvJtiM iN erfrA iMn 11 C 1 H I 1tW cc t vALV IDRUGGISTS 234 SDOOOCcoee81 7 ii VSVVFVR IVT GVE 1VVV Eifw 1T0 WiSh to announce to our 8 Ir1Ji ijlIj 1V our lscom jt3 FRINIIV VV iL rniLTour goods early and can offer in lp fLI ducements that will interest and Bgif g j IE benefit all We have a nice line y II of 7 feet allLinen Shade at 35c irS i1ri to 75c Other things correspond giii lffiIfjfB lIE 8 w SOLD ANrS I8 m riS tsJt1rj II- II Day Phone 76 Night 136 L ==8 IDrrn II rn lID rn rn m 8 j ak- V L f TSt EEK C DIVISION VINEFFECT aONDAY MAY 151893 No1 Cinctonati and Livingston Express son th bound arr Bichmond 54pm IT 5pm OOpmtopmluOpmtVniV Stanford north bound air S Sam iSHTFor further information call on or addressV TELEPHONED KUPER HOOD Agt A BOON T2MANKINDS DRTABLER BUCKEV C norIIgZt= gmr1 0 IgnrlED IHJLJn tori aC II en IT o 1zJo t4 1 UC o L rL I PILE CJREVA New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES WiniOUT PAIN FAILEDVTuaps BY MAIL 75 CENTS BOTTLES 50 CENTS JUKS F I1ALLAR8 Sk Pref rtetef 310 forth Kals Street ST LOUIS KO For sale by PERRY THOMAS Druggists J5U117V- exirX xX TDj OU Barn Mu u l V stm nt OIJI OR LEXINOTOr KY m 220 000 00 Paid up in viniBenefits riO- OOOOOORESEiTE4XD8Vi1JLUSaV t H ofLip deadtpayatboIargestpro5tscouIstentw1tbMfCta and conservatism andIM LASdepressionIts perSJnsuraace0tkpayneat of tke sme Every precaution is Used lor the protection ot rj For t rtlcal rs apply to IJSSt J7S7YUTHSOWM7vNVV IIlk 4S